Faculty

Mr. Ram Sharan Pokharel

Contact: Suryabinyak-4, Dadhikot, Bhaktapur, Bagmati, Nepal | 01-6634455, 01-6634663

Email : pokharel.ramsharan@gmail.com

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Biography

Mr. Pokharel is the graduate of Kathmandu School of Law. Currently, he has been discharging his responsibilities in capacity of Deputy Director in the very prestigious institution, Nepal Rastra Bank- the Central Bank of Nepal.

Research Projects

  1. Research and drafting of law relating to Lease Finance
  2. Research done for the development of “Specialized Course on Banking Offense” being one of the member of the Committee formed in Attorney General Office headed by Joint Government Attorney in 2018.
  3. Research relating to the Investigation, Prosecution and Justice Dispensation regarding Offences defined by Banking Offence and Punishment Act, 2064 (2008)  being one of the member of the Study Group formed in Attorney General Office headed by Joint Government Attorney. Report has been published in the Website of Office of Attorney General in 2017.
  4. Salary Survey 2017 of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Nepal
  5. Review of the Financial Act 2073 (2016) in line with documents (Loan Agreement, Exchange of Notes) related to projects under Japanese Official Development Assistance as per the TOR of Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Nepal as executing agency.
 

Publication

  1. Assessing Impacts of Banks and Financial Institutions Act in the Development of Financial Sector,  KSLR Volume 6 Issue 1 April 2018
  2. “Nepal Ma Jat Thar Ko Manobaigyanik Ayam” (The Psychological Dimension of Caste in Nepal) Published in NIGRANI (Surveillance) of Year 3, Vol. 7-8, a bimonthly publication of KSL and CeLRRd  
  3. “Sanchai Samabeshikaran Ki Aabeshikaran?” (A real inclusion or provocation?) Published in NIGRANI (Surveillance) of Vol. 1-3, a bimonthly publication of KSL and CeLRRd

Research Interest/Research Area

  1. Legislative research with special focus on commercial laws
  2. Law and economics
  3. World Trade Organization (WTO) and the opportunities of Nepal with special focus on legal loop holes which can be interpreted for the benefit of developing countries like Nepal. For example, subsidy in agriculture inputs is not allowed by WTO but WTO has not restricted subsidy to agri-labors.