ICT DAY 2012
ICT Excellence Award 2012
ICT Business Excellence Award 2012
Mr. Muni Bahadur Shakya
Mr. Muni Bahadur Sakya is a Nepalese Computer Programmer credited with helping to usher in information technology in Nepal. He's also known for designing computer systems that can be operated in the Nepali language. Born in 1942, in Patan, Sakya was interested in science and technology from childhood. On the list of boyhood achievements is a radio receiver set that he designed and fabricated to listen to Radio Nepal. To satisfy his keen interest in electronics, he opted for engineering, and after obtaining his diploma in radio engineering from Calcutta, India in 1962, he joined Radio Nepal as a technician.
In 1970, Muni went to the UK on a British Council scholarship and obtained a degree in computer engineering. After his return from the UK, he designed and fabricated several devices; a laboratory type stabilized power supply and a shine wave generator. Muni went to France in 1973, where he worked from until 1979. It was in France that he decided to switch to the field of computers. He made microprocessor-based controllers and video cards while doing a course in communication, digital electronics and computer techniques there.
In 1979, he made the first microcomputer in Nepal. For this, he made the power supply unit and video card himself. He bought a keyboard from the US and made the monitor from a Russian television. At the South Asian Regional Conference on computers, held in Kathmandu in 1979, Sakya demonstrated his microcomputer.
Best ICT user in private sector
Thamel.com is an authentic website which aims to provide every bit of information related with Thamel to the outside world. This is going to give a definite boost to the business activity particularly in Thamel and Kathmandu in general.
The main objective of www.thamel.com is to provide accurate and updated information on the business of thamel area in order to enable the tourist to make well informed choice. There could be no other better medium of info propagation beside a website with a very genuine name – www.thamel.com.
Thamel.com plays a pivotal role in networking the entire business database of affiliate organization in the e-form which is easily accessible to anyone in the most convenient way. By paying a very nominal Affiliation Fee on annual basis any business organization can be affiliated with thamel dot com (P) Ltd and will be entitled to following benefits through the official site of the company.
Thamel.com collects factual information about you and your business. Your data is then placed in the most interactive website www.thamel.com where you will be definitely visited by thousands of visitors every month. Those who actually visit Kathmandu may visit our Tourist Information Centre at thamel complex and can be assisted in so many ways in person.
Best ICT user in public sector
Metropolitan Police Commissioner's Office
The Metropolitan Police Commissioner’s Office [MPCO], Ranipokhari, Kathmandu was established on 01/08/2063 B.S. as the primary law enforcement agency for Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur districts of the Kathmandu Valley. It has authority to command all the police components located in its area of responsibility. The chief of Metropolitan Police is the Police Commissioner (Additional Inspector General of Police, AIGP) who reports to the Inspector General of Police.
The Metropolitan Police comprises of Public Security Division, Administration Division, Intelligence Division, Inspectorate, Crime Division, Traffic Division, Armed Police Battalion, Riot Control Battalion, Garrison Battalion, Control Room, 3 Ranges, 7 Circles, 39 Sectors, 3 Area Police Offices and 19 Police Posts at present. Other Divisions and Sections will become functional in due course.
The MPCO today is on the forefront of technological crime fighting advances from highly developed advances in evidence analysis to state-of the-art-information technology.
These modern techniques are combined with a contemporary community policing philosophy, referred to as Policing for Prevention.
Community policing bonds the police and residents in a working partnership designed to organize and mobilize residents, merchants and professionals to improve the quality of life for all who live, work and visit the country's capital
The mission of the Metropolitan Police Office is to prevent crime and the fear of crime and provide effective, efficient and fair police service to the people in order to build safe, healthy and prepared neighborhoods throughout the Kathmandu Metropolis.
To make Kathmandu Metropolis one of the safest cities in the world."We are one team - we all have a duty to play our part in making safer Kathmandu Valley.