Deepak Prakash Bhatt Ph.D.
He was born on 11 August 2072. He earned his Ph.D. in 2010 in International Relation (IR), South Asian Studies Division, School of International Studies from Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi. Likewise, he obtained his Masters in Political Science (M.A.) 2003, DAV College, HNB Garhwal University, Dehradun, India. He is a member of advisory board of Forum for Nation Building (FNB). He has earned ample of experiences from different field. He is visiting Professor of Armed Police Force Command and Staff College Sanogaucharan, Kathmandu, from June 2015- visiting faculty and member of Subject Committee at the Central Department of Conflict, Peace and Development Studies (DCPDS), Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, from January 2012- worked as National Consultant, Danish Institute for Party and Democracy (DIPD), Kathmandu, October to December 2015- worked as a Consultant, The Asia Foundation, produced Compendium on National Security Policy, March-May, 2014- worked as a member of Technical Committee formed under Special Committee for Supervision, Integration and Rehabilitation of Maoist Army Combatants, Committee headed by Prime Minister of Nepal, from March 30, 2009 to September 15, 2010- translated a book on “Globalization and Democratization” from English to Nepali, a NIGD publication, 2002 and editor of Nepali Weekly Sudur Paschim Tara, 1997-2001. Likewise, he participated many seminars, conferences and workshops which includes Strategic Emergency Logistic Training (SELT), organized by World Food Program (WFP) and RedR India, 1-5, March 2015, Kathmandu; a workshop Nepalese Army Military Doctrine, organized by Army Command and Staff College (ACSC), Shivapuri, 28-29, January 2014, Kathmandu. Likewise, he presented paper titled “Inter-relation between National Security Policy and Democratic Control of Security Forces” in a workshop, December 10-13, 2011, Pokhara, organized by National Peace Campaign (NPC) and State Affairs Committee of Parliament presented a paper titled (Nepals Security Challenges) in a seminar, September 11-13, 2010, Kathmandu, organized by Nepal Centre for Contemporary Studies (NCCS) and Embassy of India. Likewise, he published number of articles and interviews in the Nepalese, Indian newspapers journals and magazines on democracy, security and defense related issues. Regarding language, he has command over English, Nepali, Hindi and Doteli language.