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University-Community Linkage Short Courses: Empowering Communities through Skill-Oriented Education

The Community University Linkage Program proudly presents its new initiative: short-term skill programs of varying durations—one month, three months, and six months. These dynamic programs are meticulously designed to equip participants with practical skills and knowledge tailored to meet current industry needs.

What sets our programs apart is their unique flavor of Buddhism. Each course is crafted in honor of Buddhist principles, integrating values of mindfulness, compassion, and ethical conduct. This enriching blend of practical skills and spiritual wisdom ensures a holistic learning experience.

With shorter durations, these courses offer flexibility and rapid skill acquisition, making them ideal for individuals with limited time availability or specific learning objectives. This initiative bridges the gap between academic learning and industry requirements, enhancing employability and fostering community development through the empowerment of a skilled workforce.

Join us in this transformative journey, gain the skills that drive success and community growth, and experience the profound impact of Buddhist-inspired education.

Areas of Focus

Behavioural Lab

Skill Lab

Knowledge Lab

Goal

The goal of the Faculty of Buddhist Studies is to produce a full-fledged, intelligent, wise, moral, talented, non-violent, and secular person,  who thinks and works not only for the benefit of their own but that of others and society unselfishly,  by providing teachings of core and applied Buddhism in scientific way.

Objectives

  1. To impart knowledge of Buddhist education based on Pali, Sanskrit, Tibetan, and Chinese through physical as well as online classes by the worldwide scholars in the field, to those who are interested in these studies all over the world, from Lumbini.
  2. To facilitate the student’s pedagogy and research in the areas of Buddhist philosophy, Literature, Education, Culture, and applied subjects.
  3. To help the students achieve physical, mental, moral, and intellectual development and guide the students to realize the innate, perfect, ultimate wisdom through which one can solve all kinds of problems and turn suffering into happiness.

Program Review

FBS will periodically review its academic programs on the basis of the parameters set by the University /Faculty/Quality Assurance and Accreditation Cell. At least one cycle of the program will be the observation period or piloting of the program.

Why Study Here?

  1. Delivering its learners an opportunity and access to academic, professional, and research-based education through blended mode (a combination of Face-to-Face and Online mode) with a collaborative and learner-centric way;
  2. Equipping its learners with knowledge, skills, and competencies by best-utilizing information technology in education;
  3. Developing sensitivity to ethical, aesthetic, and social issues;
  4. Cultivate in learners an ethical awareness to live with love, compassion, renunciation, cooperation, and peace
  5. Fostering excellence in learning and researching by nurturing an environment based on evidence-based, inquiry-based learning, reasoning, and researching;
  6. Equip learners relevant skills to compete in society;
  7. Delivering its learners an opportunity of and access to academic, professional, and research-based education through blended mode (a combination of Face-to-Face and Online mode) with collaborative and learner-centric way;
  8. Developing sensitivity to ethical, aesthetic, and social issues;

Department Contact Info

Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

 

32900 Butwal, Rupandehi
Lumbini Province, NP 071-554437

[email protected]

Sun – Fri 9:00A.M. – 4:00P.M.

Social Info

Student Resources

Welcome to the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at Lumbini Buddhist University. Our faculty, deeply rooted in the teachings of Lord Buddha, stands as a beacon of knowledge and research, dedicated to addressing the challenges of our ever-changing world. With esteemed faculty members and unique curricula that explore the wisdom of Buddhism in various fields, we offer exceptional undergraduate and graduate programs in international relations, law, tourism, rural development, and more across Nepal. Through interdisciplinary research, we also promote Lumbini and other Buddhist sites in Nepal. Committed to enhancing the quality of education and fostering learner-centric approaches, we invite you to be part of our mission to create a global hub for peace and prosperity in the birthplace of Lord Buddha. Join us in achieving your academic career goals.

Hari Sharan Chakhun, PhD 

Dean

Modes of Delivery
Assessment/Evaluation Methods
Learner Support System
  1. Pre-Class Activities with blended mode (a combination of Face-to-Face and/or online through a learning management system) in which learners will be assigned tasks to accomplish at home /out of the classroom before they attend the classrooms. They will be given the unit /module of the curriculum, learning materials textbooks, authentic keynotes on relevant topics, Weblinks, Blogging, LinkedIn, videos, and other new media-related materials so that they will prepare in advance and attend the classrooms with some content in their minds.
  2.  In-class activities with blended mode (a combination of Face-to-Face and/or online through learning management system) in which they participate in lectures, presentations, discussions, interactions, problem-solving activities.
  3.  Post-class activities: learners will be given assignments and learners’ feedback will be entertained.
  4. Online but asynchronous learning by learners by downloading the lectures and reading materials.
  5. Portfolio and multiple tasking (mainly through Learning Management System /Virtual Learning Platform).

Students’ evaluation will be continuous, diagnostic and placement, formative and summative. As part of the Internal Evaluation (40% weightage), Portfolio, Individual /Group Assignment, Attendance and Presentation will be used for awarding marks. As part of External Examination (with 60% weightage), Semester-End or External Examination will be conducted jointly by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Dean’s Office, and Controller of Examinations. Learners’ learning achievement will be assessed through the following processes:

a. Internal Assessment: 40% of the total weightage
i. Attendance and Participation
ii. Portfolio and Formative Dimension
iii. Quiz, Lessons, Individual and Collaborative /Group Assignments
iv. Writing Assignments and Presentation

b. External Assessment /Examination: The LBU Controller of Examinations will administer it. In special circumstances such as pandemic lockdown, virtually proctored and time-bound examinations will be implemented.

 

Learner Support Center will facilitate teaching staff and non-teaching staff (from the administration technical section) to support learners in their learning processes. Learners will be contacted and responded through bulk messages through SMS, emails, landline, and /or mobile phones. Learner Support Center will be ready to support in face-to-face mode as well. Learners’ grievances, comments, suggestions will be entertained through online modes since learners are located at a distance.

Join the Faculty of Buddhist Studies (FBS) at Lumbini Buddhist University on a transformative path. Discover the profound teachings of Buddhism, delve into its rich culture, and tackle contemporary challenges with mindfulness and compassion. With a range of programs, including Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees and certificate courses, you’ll not only acquire knowledge but also become part of a community dedicated to fostering global peace and prosperity. Your journey toward wisdom and positive change begins here—apply to FBS today.

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