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Hamro Prabidhi : Ramro Nepal
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Ashish Bhandari
Buddhanilkantha, Kathmandu
M.Sc. in Technology and Innovation Management
Chief of Department
Youth and Enterpreneurship
Mr Ashish Bhandari is an MSc Engineering in Technology and Innovation Management and Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Electrical Engineering and with more than five years of professional experience in Information Technology, Telecommunications and Academia. He has worked as a System Engineer for Tata Consultancy Services in Kolkata, India and Huawei Technologies Co Ltd (Nepal representative Office) in Nepal. He is currently working in Marketing and Management/Project Management/Entrepreneurial capacity for organizations like Hamro Prabidhi Ramro Nepal and Upveda Technology Pvt. Ltd. He is involved in Strategic Consulting with various partner organizations for initiating innovation led/bred projects.  Mr Ashish Bhandari is also part time course facilitator (Financial Management and Project Management) at Engineering Institutions like Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk Campus in Nepal. He is particularly interested in Decision Making/Facilitating tools like Analytic Hierarchy Process and Balanced Scorecard. He has also presented his papers in International Conferences like International Symposium on the Analytic Hierarchy Process (ISAHP, 2014 in USA).
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