Date: Oct 31, 2021
Green Club of Thoughts (GCT) is the first inter/trans-disciplinary club established at Kathmandu University founded in 2007. The club aims to raise awareness on major educational, technical, social, and economic national issues as well as international issues engaging students of all seven schools in various activities. Since then, to effectuate the objectives of the club it has been working in a wide range of activities from interaction program on national issues to outreach activities in different corners of the country, and has conducted different inter/national workshops and schools collaborating with different community organizations.
To sum all students of Kathmandu University from all seven schools (Engineering, Science, Medical Sciences, Arts, Law, Education, Management) exposing them to a wide range of domains creating mile-stones to reach a larger and diverse audience
To establish an inter/trans-disciplinary approach amongst the university students exposing them to the matter of national and international issues bridging the gap between the university and communities simultaneously enhancing their professional and technical skills.
Green Club of Thoughts- the first inter-departmental club of Kathmandu University- was initially established in 2007 within the central schools of Kathmandu University (KU) with the aim of developing educational, cultural, physical and mental, and literary skills. However, with the rapid technological transfer witnessed within a decade and surged awareness in national matters, to raise the interest of national issues in youngsters blending at a group of alike equally maintaining the major field of study, the GCT at 2020 -first of its kind at KU, has formed a community to connect, inspire and perform!
Green Club of Thoughts has successfully executed its Annual General Meeting.
Successfully ended ' Winter School on OpenFOAM with Supercomputing' with the final presentations from the participants.
Green Club of Thoughts (GCT) and the Community Engagement Division (CED), Kathmandu University have signed a memorandum of understanding with Dhaneshwor School, Panauti-5.
GCT in collaboration with KU Supercomputer Center has been offering workshops.
GCT in Collaboration with CED is working on the improvement of Shree Dhanshwor Mahadev School.
GCT has enriched our students with knowledge on Robotics and their mechanization via five days of training. Students participating in the program have excelled in scientific demonstrating even earning positions in competitions. I am very happy to have them as mentors to our students.
Madan PuriPrincipal, Skyrider School, Chitwan
The session was really appreciatable. It succored me to express my creativity in the technical and programming field. So much glad to be a part of the training workshop.
It is a joyous moment to see the enthusiasm of the students of Kathmandu University to come up with intellectual ideas and their dedication to work on noble deeds with respect to needs of society. I appreciate the Green Club of Thoughts on their future endeavors to jot up the ideas and exhibit them.
Nara Bahadur ThapaFormer Executive Director, Nepal Rastra Bank
It is wonderful how the Green Club of Thoughts has provided a platform to discuss important national issues like the construction of the NIjgadh International Airport. I am glad to share my take on the NIA among other experts through the club.
Green Club of Thoughts, GCT is the first inter-school trans-disciplinary club established at Kathmandu University. It works in a wide range of domain from social aspects to academics, arts to technological.
Yes, since GCT is an inter-school club of the university, students from all schools of KU can be a part of it.
GCT does not limit its works within the school's premises. Due to this, the club opens up new perspective and opportunities to the interested individuals
Since, GCT runs entirely through volunteers, that is its members, only funds required to conduct workshops are needed, which are mostly sponsored by its collaborators.