Red Panda Network invites research proposals

September 20th, 2012 · 12:01 am @   -  6 Comments

Red Panda Network

P.O. Box 2785
Baluwatar, Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone: +977-1-4415 745
Fax: +977-1-4410 073
Press Release

Contact: Rajiv Paudel
Phone: +977-1-4415 745

9 A.M. NST, September 20, 2012

Red Panda Network calls for research proposals



Applicable to: Nepalese Students



Kathmandu, Nepal, September 20, 2012: Red Panda Network (RPN) has been committed to the conservation of wild red pandas and their habitat through the research, education and empowerment of local communities in Nepal for the past 7 years. RPN is happy to announce the introduction of the RED PANDA NETWORK SCHOLARSHIP program to provide research grants in the field of red panda conservation. This call invites highly interested and motivated Master’s level students of Environmental Science/Management, Zoology, Forestry and other relevant disciplines.


The priority research area will be on conservation status and baseline study on wild red pandas in Jumla, Kalikot and Jajarkot districts of Western Nepal. RPN will select two best proposals voted by a panel of renowned wildlife researchers of Nepal. The maximum amount of the grant will be NPR 35,000 for each student and the deadline for submitting the proposal has been set for [ UPDATE - DEADLINE EXTENDED til End of November ]November 30, 2012.


For more information, early pre-registration, and to view the detailed application guidelines, please go to

6 Comments → “Red Panda Network invites research proposals”

  1. rosan

    3 years ago

    good job for nepal

  2. Shivish Bhandari

    3 years ago

    Thank you for Red Panda Network.
    The study of red panda is important because its population is low. And it has a lot of biological significance so, we have must be save the Red Panda.

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  4. Sudeep Ghimire

    2 years ago

    Immense pleasure for – Providing such grants to the new graduate students time to time create a big support in the field of updating national wild life data on Ailurus fulgens (Red Panda) which is very prestigious work in international research mark too…


    2 years ago

    I am also interested in this part but dont know how to write the proposal.

  6. nirmal sharma

    2 years ago

    At least for evolutionary development study and conservation success the red panda must be protected.

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