|Promoting Energy Efficient Lighting Education in Nepal and Bhutan (ELNAB)|
“Promoting Energy Efficient Lighting Education in Nepal and Bhutan (ELNAB)” is European Union Funded Project under Erasmus+ program. Erasmus+ is the European Union Program in the field of Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period 2014-2020.
|NTUA Lighting Laboratory, Athens, Greece|
This project aims at introducing and promoting the energy efficient technology in Nepal and Bhutan through the capacity building of the partner institutions in these two countries. Sagarmatha Engineering College is one of the partner institutions in Nepal. Project activities are designed to improve the quality of pedagogical capacities, teaching capacities and human resource capacity of partner institutions.
The project explores the important needs opportunities of efficient lighting in order to identify key areas where efficiency could swiftly be improved thorough educational development. The new courses related to efficient lighting will be developed and implemented (in one form or other) in all the partner institutions.
The college will have a standard lighting laboratory set-up as the part of this project. This laboratory provides the research infrastructure where the graduate students and faculties can conduct studies to resolve the local needs related to efficient lighting.
|Awareness raising seminar, Kathmandu, Nepal|
|Advisory Committee Meeting, Athens, Greece|
The European Universities who work for the capacity building, under this project, of partner institutions are:
- Aalto University(Finland)
- National Technical University of Athens (Greece)
- Université Toulouse III Paul Sabatier (France)
Further details available at ELNAB Homepage.