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PUSET Project

PUSET Project Commettee

PUSET Project Commettee

 Digital Learning, Skill Training & Entrepreneurship Development Program

Purbanchal University

School of Engineering & Technology

Sparsh Educational Trust

Touching Lives & Livelihood


Purbanchal University has mooted out an Innovative, Visionary & Novel Project for student’s youths & Women folks of the Nation and proposed to conduct thru its constituent college Purbanchal University School of Engineering & Technology (PUSET), Kanya Marg, Biratnagar-03, Morang, Nepal. In order to execute this program PUSET has identified Sparsh Educational Trust (SET), A Registered Trust under Trust Act and having its office at Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh India.

The Ministry of Education, Science & Technology has given its consent and also directed Purbanchal University to sign MOU with Sparsh Educational Trust thru its constituent college Purbanchal University School of Engineering & Technology (PUSET) and MOU was signed on 27th July 2018 at O/o. Campus Chief, PUSET, Biratnagar, Nepal.

The Key Contact Persons of this PUSET & SET Project ……




Contact Nos.


R.   Ashok Kumar , Founder Trustee ,SET

Hony. Advisor

+977 9861929839


Dr. Pawan Kumar Jha , Professor

Coordinator (PUSET-PC)

+977 9842251666


Mr.Manoj Kumar Haluwai ,Assoc. Professor

Member secretary(PUSET-PC)

+977 9852031947


Mr.Gopal Prasad Sharma, Assoc. Professor

Member (PUSET-PC)

+977 9852033540


Mr.Naresh Kumar Shah ,  Assoc. Professor

Member (PUSET-PC)

+977 9852038920


Er. Hemant Kumar Goit , Lecturer

Member (PUSET-PC)

+977 9852032325


Mr.Milap Dhakal , Lecturer

Member (PUSET-PC)

+977 9852032729


Mr. Deepak Raj Karki , Sr. Officer. Account

Member (PUSET-PC)

+977 9842032531


Mr. Gopal Mani

Member, Trustee SET


Project Programs

DIGITAL LEARNING.—The term ‘digital learning’ means any instructional practice that effectively uses technology to strengthen a student’s learning experience and encompasses a wide spectrum of tools and practices, including—

(A) Interactive learning resources, digital learning content (which may include openly licensed content), software, or simulations, that engage students in academic content;

(B) Access to online databases and other primary source documents;

(C) The use of data and information to personalize learning and provide targeted supplementary instruction;

(D) Online and computer-based assessments;

(E) Learning environments that allow for rich collaboration and communication, which may include student collaboration with content experts and peers;

(F) Hybrid or blended learning, which occurs under direct instructor supervision at a school or other location away from home and, at least in part, through online delivery of instruction with some element of student control over time, place, path, or pace.

Out Comes

1)      Provide 21st Century insights about changing learning needs

2)      Provide Skills to modify teaching strategies to meet those needs

3)      Teach Educators how to use state of art technological tools to enhance classroom instruction

4)      Enable educators to create their learning projects on collaborative tools for national and International forums

5)      Transformation from teacher to ICT skilled educator and to a facilitator

6)      Enable to create curriculum and Digital learning resources ( e-content Development)


Skill Training Programs

Finishing Schools

A Finishing school is defined as a Private School for students that emphasizes training in all round personality development, cultural and social activities .Specific skill sets may be imparted as value addition. The name reflects that it follows a school or college education and is intended to complete the educational experience it may consist of an intensive course or a capsule program.

Vocational Education

Vocational education or Vocational Education and training (VET), also called career and technical education (CTE), prepares learners for jobs that are based in manual or practical activities, traditionally non-academic and totally related to a specific trade, occupation or vacation hence the term, in which the learner participates. It is sometimes referred to as technical education as the learner directly develops expertise in a particular group of techniques or technology.

How this program works (Finishing School & Vocational Education)

This program is designed for Final year UG / PG Students and aligned to the Industry requirements enabling the candidates Ready to Deploy for employment and the duration of the training will be 2/3 months depending on Job Role with Skill Assessment from the industry followed by an internship and finally deployed for employment.

PUSET & SET has discussed with various industry partners within and outside Nepal and very soon MOU’s will signed.


Entrepreneurship Development Program

Entrepreneurship development is the process of improving the skills and knowledge of entrepreneursthrough various training and classroom programs. The whole point of entrepreneurship development is to increase the number of entrepreneurs.

Training Programs

1)      Entrepreneur Awareness Camps  ( EAC) , Duration -  3 Days

Programme Objective

To create awareness among faculty and students of Engineering and Science courses about various facets of entrepreneurship as an alternative career option as also to highlight the merits of pursuing such an option

Target Group

Science and Technology graduates/diploma holders or those who are doing their final year diploma/degree in engineering/technology/science.


2)      Entrepreneurship Development Program ( EDP)

An Entrepreneurship Development Programme (EDP), of 6-8 weeks duration, aims at training the S&T graduates and the diploma holders in the essentials of conceiving, planning, initiating and launching an economic activity or an enterprise successfully.

The program content includes class room training on essentials of entrepreneurship survey of the prevalent socio - economic scenario, identification of business opportunities, role and function as well as schemes of assistance offered by various constituents of the support system, preparation of a technically feasible and economically viable project report, Achievement Motivation Training and also the nuances of management of an enterprise. Sessions on technology and finance are also arranged, depending upon the nature of project selected.

Special EDPs are being conducted with more emphasis on linkages with R&D institutions to take up projects based on indigenous technologies and services, in the area of high technology, such as leather, plastics, bio-medical equipment, high speed data communication and other emerging areas of technology.  


3)      Faculty Development Program (FDP) , 2 weeks (preferably residential programme).

 A Faculty Development Programme (FDP) is designed to train and develop professionals in entrepreneurship development so that they can act as resource persons in guiding and motivating young S&T persons to take up entrepreneurship as a career. Through each FDP,15-20 faculty members of Science and Engineering colleges, Polytechnics and Entrepreneurship Development Organizations are trained for a duration of 2-3 weeks.

The FDPs provide inputs on process and practice of entrepreneurship development, communication and inter-personal skills, creativity, problem solving, achievement motivation training, inputs on resource and knowledge industries. The training methodology includes case studies, group discussion, games and simulation exercise, field visits and classroom lectures

Programme Objective

Faculty Development Programme (FDP) aims at equipping teachers with skills and knowledge that are essential for inculcating entrepreneurial values in students and guiding and monitoring their progress towards entrepreneurial career. 

Who can conduct?

Institutes / organization engaged in entrepreneurship training having vast experience in the field of entrepreneurship development. The organization should have in-house training experts for conducting FDPs.

Target Group

Teachers of Science & Technology Colleges/Institutions, persons from the organization engaged in entrepreneurship development.


4)      Technology Based EDP ( TEDP)

A Technology Based EDP primarily focuses on training and development need of S&T entrepreneurs in a specific technology area (for example, Leather, Plastic, Electronics & Communication, Fragrance & Flavour, Instrumentation, Sports Goods, Bio-technology, IT Computer Hardware, Food Processing, Bio-medical Equipment, Glass & Ceramics, Jute Products, Sustainable Building Materials, Herbs & Medical Plants Processing, etc.). The participants are provided with hands-on training in indigenous technologies developed by R&D institutions that are available for commercial exploitation.

In each TEDP, 20-25 persons, having a degree/diploma in S&T are trained through a structured training programme of about 6 weeks duration. The TEDP provides class room training on motivational management areas besides actual hands-on training in the specific technology areas by technology providers. 


Programme Objective

TEDP is a structured training programme of 6-weeks duration designed to motivate and develop entrepreneurs in specific products/technologies/processes developed by CSIR labs, R&D institutions, universities etc. 

In a TEDP :-

1. The entrepreneurs are exposed to technical knowledge about the products and technologies and are enabled to develop their skills at the lab of the technology provider.

2. The R&D lab having commercially viable technologies, get potential entrepreneurs as its "takers"; and

3. The entrepreneurship-training institute can put concerted efforts in a specific discipline of product-technology and thus can have better control over the course of the programme and its success.

The participants are selected through various tests and personal interviews to assess their potential of becoming a successful entrepreneur. During the training period, the participants also get to know the intricacies of how to start and manage an enterprise. At the end they are assisted in preparing a bankable project report. 


Engagement of Industry Partners, Assessment Partners & Placement Partners


PUSET & SET project Committee is keen in Engaging Industry Partners, Assessment Partners & Placement Partners within and outside Nepal for effective operations. All such MOU will be signed by its implementing agency and Training provider Sparsh Educational Foundation Pvt. Ltd. Nepal for signing of MOU. And it is mandatory to take consent from  PUSET-PC and SET.


For Details please contact


R. Ashok Kumar  ,

Hony. Advisor , PUSET & SET Project Committee

Mobile :  +977 9861929839