Course Content
Need assessment/problem identification
ZOPP approach in project planning
Abstract, summary and conclusions
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a) Book with single author:

– Eg : Upadhyay, N. D. (2012). Plant protection. Kathmandu: Sajha Prakashan.


b) Book with two authors:

– Eg : Hunter, R. S., & Harold, R. W. (1994). The measurement of appearance. (2 nd ed.) New York: John Wiley and Son.


c) Book with Editors:

– Eg : Galley, K. E. (Ed.). (2004). Global climate change and wildlife in North America. New York: Florida Press.


d) Books with editors and authors of chapters:

– Eg : Bhattarai, S. N. (2015). Impact of Remittances: a case of Lamjung. In B. Pandey & H. N. Bhatta (Eds.), Economics (pp. 20-25). Kathmandu: Sajha Prakashan.


e) Anonymous Books (books with no author):

– Environmental resource handbook. (2011). New York: Grey House.



a) Scientific journal with single author:

– Eg : Panta, H. K. (2008). Economics of dairy business in Nepal. Economic Journal of Nepal, 35, 100- 110.

b) Journal with two or more authors:

– Panta, H. K., Datta, J. P., & Adhikari, K. B. (2005). Effect of temperature in tomato fruit setting.

– Journal of Horticultural Sciences, 60, 510-519.


c) Article form magazine or popular press:

– McLaren, G. F., Fraser, J. A., & King, B. A. (1992). Pollination of apricots. Orchardist of New Zealand, 65 (8), 20-23.




– Brooking, I. R., & McPherson, H. G. (1986). Sweet corn as a processing crop in the Manawatu. Proceedings of the Agronomy Society of New Zealand, 16, 1-5.


Unpublished theses:

– Joshi, K. (2006). Role of leasehold forestry in poverty alleviation: A case of Makwanpur district. Unpublished MSc. thesis, Tribhuwan University, Kathmandu, Nepal.



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