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.
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.
This workshop will infuse participants with the fundamentals of supercomputing to a headstart in the computational field.
As a growing debate whether Nepal should sign MCC, GCT aims to organize an event to discuss pros and cons of this agreement.
Green Club of Thoughts participated on the webinar Making-University Community Partnership Productive and Visible.
This workshop aims at introducing graduate students, young researchers and early career faculties , to the basic to advanced concepts of MD simulation
Green Club of Thoughts has donated two 1 TB SSD worth rupees 30000 to Kathmandu University Supercomputer Center in the presence of Dr. Rajendra Adhikari from the center.
Department of Physics, KU, IIESR, Pune, India and GCT will jointly organize a SAARC regional summer school on advanced molecular dynamics Simulation
GCT organizes a day webinar to discuss the socio-economic impact of COVID-19 in Nepal and the future strategies Nepal should implement to overcome the 'COVID-Wound'
GCT released its first issue of a semi-scholarly trans-disciplinary journal ‘acKUaint’, on March 24 in a event organized at CV Raman Auditorium, Kathmandu University.
Green Club of Thoughts at Gyanjyoti School, Banepa conducted one-day interaction program entitled ‘Engineering is Fun’.
GCT in collaboration with KU Supercomputer Center conducted two-days workshop on basics of high-performance computing.
Green Club of Thoughts hosted a five-day workshop entitled “Workshop on Robotics” at Skyrider Higher Secondary School, Chitwan supported by Alpha Beta Institute.
Green Club of Thoughts (GCT) organized an online panel discussion on the construction of Nijgadh International Airport on Wednesday, October 14th.