Message From the Dean

Welcome to the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Lumbini Buddhist University.

We are witnessing unprecedented social and economic changes. Tremendous challenges are awaiting us in the post-pandemic era, though pandemic has not gone yet. The faculty of humanities and social sciences at LBU generates and promotes the knowledge, based on teaching of the Lord Buddha, through in-depth research and education with virtue, to overcome the crisis and enhance global peace and prosperity – one of the major goals of the proposition for an international Buddhist university at Lumbini in the first World Buddhist Summit held in Lumbini from 30th November to 2nd December, 1998.

With distinguished faculty members, faculty of humanities and social sciences offers outstanding academic programs in undergraduate and graduate level in the field of international relations and peace, law, tourism, rural development and so forth in Lumbini and different parts of Nepal such as Kathmandu, Butwal and Dang. Exploring the teaching of the Lord Buddha in each program and subject, e.g., The Buddhist Jurisprudence in law program, is the most unique features of our faculty’s curricula. Promoting Lumbini and Buddhist sites of Nepal, through interdisciplinary and collaborative research, is a key activity of our faculty.

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences fully complies with the regulatory institutions regarding the credit load with various components of the courses (such as remedial/bridge, core, elective, practical, and research). We are dedicated to strengthen the quality of student adopting more learner-centric approaching and technologies in education. We are committed to link more and more social science scholars to generate ideas to overcome socioeconomic issues in the land of the birthplace of Lord Buddha. We aim to create a global educational hub of peace and prosperity. Once again, I would like to welcome you all to join this Faculty on achieving your academic career goals.

Ram Chandra Paudel, PhD 

Professor /Dean

 

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Welcome to the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Lumbini Buddhist University.

We are witnessing unprecedented social and economic changes. Tremendous challenges are awaiting us in the post-pandemic era, though pandemic has not gone yet. The faculty of humanities and social sciences at LBU generates and promotes the knowledge, based on teaching of the Lord Buddha, through in-depth research and education with virtue, to overcome the crisis and enhance global peace and prosperity – one of the major goals of the proposition for an international Buddhist university at Lumbini in the first World Buddhist Summit held in Lumbini from 30th November to 2nd December, 1998.

With distinguished faculty members, faculty of humanities and social sciences offers outstanding academic programs in undergraduate and graduate level in the field of international relations and peace, law, tourism, rural development and so forth in Lumbini and different parts of Nepal such as Kathmandu, Butwal and Dang. Exploring the teaching of the Lord Buddha in each program and subject, e.g., The Buddhist Jurisprudence in law program, is the most unique features of our faculty’s curricula. Promoting Lumbini and Buddhist sites of Nepal, through interdisciplinary and collaborative research, is a key activity of our faculty.

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences fully complies with the regulatory institutions regarding the credit load with various components of the courses (such as remedial/bridge, core, elective, practical, and research). We are dedicated to strengthen the quality of student adopting more learner-centric approaching and technologies in education. We are committed to link more and more social science scholars to generate ideas to overcome socioeconomic issues in the land of the birthplace of Lord Buddha. We aim to create a global educational hub of peace and prosperity. Once again, I would like to welcome you all to join this Faculty on achieving your academic career goals.

Ram Chandra Paudel, PhD 

Professor /Dean