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Telephone Directory

Phone Numbers - 033-2456-1224/1154/1103/1085**

Sl. No. Name/Designation Ext.


1. P.A. To Consul General 200

2. Dy. Consul General 202

3. Consul 203

4. 2nd Secretary (Accounts) 204

5. Attache 205

6. P.R.O (Mr.Niladri Thapa) 206

7. 2nd Secretary (Commerce) 207

8. Consul General Residence 211

9. Dy. Consul General Residence 216

10. Consul Residence 218

11. 2nd Secretary (Accounts) Residence 219

12. 2nd Secretary (Commerce) Residence 220

13. Attache's Residence 221

14. P.A. To Consul General Residence (Mr.Satish Thapa) 222


**Call the Telephone Number followed by extension for direct contacts

Past CGs

Ex Consul Generals

Name 
Tenure
Lt.Gen.DamanShumsherJBRana

Lt. Gen. Daman Shamsher  J. B. Rana 1948-1955
 MrDharmaNarayanPradhan Dharma Narayan Pradhan 1955 (Feb-Sep)
 SalyaniRajaJitendraBahadurShah Salyani Raja Jitendra Bahadur Shah 1955-1961
 MajorGenGahendraShumsherThapa Maj. Gen.Gahendra Shumsher Thapa 1961-1967
 MajGenPahalSinghLama Maj.Gen. Pahal Singh Lama 1967-1971
 MrRomBahadurThapa Rom Bahadur Thapa 1971-1975
 MrMadhavRajBhandari Madhav Raj Bhandari 1975-1979
 DrMadhusudanLohani Madhusudhan Lohani 1979-1982
 MrDurgaPrasadPanday Durga Prakash Pandey 1982-1987
 MrRomBahadurKC Ram Bahadur K.C. 1987-1992
 ProfMohanPrasadUpadhyay Prof.M. P. Upadhyaya 1993-1995
 MrSunilPoudyal Sunil Poudyal 1995-1996
 MrDeepBasnyat Deep Basnyat 1996-1998
 MrBhojRajGhimire Mr. Bhoj Raj Ghimire 1998-2001
 MrYubaRajBhusal Mr. Yuba Raj Bhusal 2001-
 DrGovindPrasadKusum Dr. Govinda Prasad Kusum 2004-2007
 MrSureshManShrestha Mr. Suresh Man Shrestha 2007-2011

                   

Diplomatic Officials

Consul General of Nepal Chandra Kumar Ghimire
Consul General,
Ph:- 033-24561224
Ext - 201

Deputy Consul General of Nepal


Surendra Thapa

Deputy Consul General,
Ph:- 033-24561224
Ext - 202
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Sita Basnet

Consul, Ph:- 033-24561224
Ext - 203

Sanat-Kumar-Joshi

Sanat Kumar Joshi
Second Secretary, Ph:-03324561224
Ext - 204

tham-narayan-sharma

Rabindra Jung Thapa
Second Secretary, Ph- 24561224
Ext - 207

manisha-sharma

Manisha Sharma
Attache, Ph:-033-24561224
Ext - 205

 

Message of The Consul General

Dear Webpage Visitor,Consul General
Welcome and Namaskar !

I am very happy to welcome you in this portal. This encapsulates a variety of useful information about Consulate General of Nepal in Kolkata, the services it offers, Nepal and its trade and investment related potentials, the relationship between Nepal and India and so on.

Kolkata, a cultural capital of India, always stays at my heart. Here I feel  cherished! Every single minute is joyce and momentous !

Going back to our history, our fathers and great fathers used to come down Kolkata to have education and other opportunities. Our two major political parties were born in Kolkata. Industrialization and business of modern Nepal were hugely inspired from Kolkata. Big clicks in literature and arts of Nepalese society had been observed to have triggered from the illustrious Bengal renaissance and subsequent developments in this part of the planet.

Of Nepal this Consulate General is one of the earliest missions set up in the year 1948 AD. Our jurisdiction looks after West Bengal. Apart of ordinary diplomatic business we keep ourselves engaged in facilitating the trade and transit with respect to boosting the Nepal's trade mainly with Third Countries.

Nepal and India enjoy excellent bilateral relations, which has been very close, comprehensive and multidimensional in effect for centuries. Formal diplomatic relation between the two countries began since 17 June 1947.

With this round up, I do hope you will find ample information and linkages during your virtual visit.

In view of adding value to this, we are very eager to welcome your suggestions and comments. Thus, you are requested to kindly deliver us your feedback in the following link so as to make it more and more useful.
Very warm regards and best Wishes,

Chandra Kumar Ghimire
Contact the Consulate General of Nepal, Kolkata

BPKF Foundation

ADDRESS IN INDIA...

B. P. Koirala India Nepal Foundation
Embassy of Nepal, Barakhamba Road
New Delhi-110001, India

Tel: 0091-11 - 2332 8066/ 2332 9218
Fax: 0091-11- 23329647


 

Introduction:

Bishweswar Prasad Koirala, after whose name the Foundation is established, is the symbol of Nepali renaissance. His ideas and vision made him a unique mixture of liberalism, humanism and social justice. He was a crusader against all forms of injustices perpetrated in various forms and through various agencies, state and non-state. He occupies a unique place in politics, literature and intellectual thinking process making him a statesman – politician. B.P. had the distinction of being the first elected Prime Minister, following his party’s overwhelming victory in the 1959 general election.

B.P.’s involvement in the Indian Nationalist Movement and its impact on his political thinking process made him a close friend of India.

A unique institution for cultural co-operation between India and Nepal:

The B.P.Koirala India – Nepal Foundation (BPKF) was established in December, 1991. The BPKF was instituted by the two Governments during the visit of the then Prime Minister, G.P.Koirala (B.P.Koirala’s youngest brother) through a historic Memorandum of Understanding between Government of Nepal and the Government of the Republic of India.

The BPKF was jointly inaugurated in 1992 by the Prime Ministers of India and Nepal, with the objective of supplementing the normal cooperation and interaction at the Government - to - Government level by providing business leaders, statesmen, media persons, economists, professionals, students, theatre personalities, artists and others with channels of communication to constantly nurture and further enhance the understanding and friendship between the two countries.

The Foundation is financed through revenues generated from a Trust Fund, which has been set up principally through grants made available by Government of Nepal and the Government of India. The Foundation also accepts unconditional grants from other agencies, both public and private.


 

Objectives:

The BPKF has been set up:

(i) To foster educational, cultural, scientific and technical cooperation between India and Nepal.

(ii) To promote mutual understanding and co-operation through the process of wide sharing of knowledge and professional talents in both academic pursuits and technical specialization.


 

Activities:

The thrust areas of activities identified for promoting understanding and cooperation are:

• Education and Culture
• Agricultural Research
• Science and Technology
• Health
• Technical Training
• Development Studies
• Women Development
• Area Studies
• Media Studies

The Foundation extends financial supports for higher studies, research and other educational activities and in - service training, visits and exchange of scholars, writers, politicians, media – persons, administrators, businessmen and other professionals in various fields.


 

Structure of the Foundation

The BPKF is managed by a ten member of Board of Directors headed by the two Co-Chairpersons. The Ambassador of India to Nepal and the Nepalese Ambassador to India are the Co-Chairpersons of the Board. Other members of the Board are nominated by the two Governments from amongst the distinguished persons in their respective fields, while the two Joint Secretaries incharge of their respective Foreign offices of India and Nepal desks will be the ex-officio members. Two officials of respective Embassies are designated to act jointly as secretaries of the Foundation.

The Board manages, supervises and controls the affairs of the Foundation. It meets twice a year to consider various proposals and projects received by the Foundation, and sanctions funds. Towards meeting the stated objectives, individuals, institutions or groups can approach the Foundation for consideration of their proposals through prescribed format made available in foundation offices in Delhi and Kathmandu.


 

Board of Members of the BPKF

Co chairpersons
H. E. Mr. Jayant Prasad
Ambassador of India to Nepal
Embassy of India, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4411425
Fax:977-1-4420130
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Mr. K. N. Adhikari
Charge' d' Affaires a.i.
Embassy of Nepal
Barakhambha Road, New Delhi
Tel: 91-11-23329969
Fax:91-11-23326857
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Members
Mr. Akhilesh Mishra
Joint Secretary (North)
Ministry of External Affairs, New Delhi
Tel: 0091-11-23793241
Fax: 0091-11-23792814
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Mr. -
Joint Secretary (SA, SAARC)
Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Shital Niwas, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4416031
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Dr. Siddhartha Vardharajan
Deputy Editor
Hindu INS Building, Rafi Marg
New Delhi 110001
Prof. (Dr.) Bidur Prasad Upadhyay
Chuche Pati, Chabahil
Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4471825
Mobile: 977-9841545351
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Mr. Meenakshi Gopinath
Principal
Lady Shri Ram College for Women
Lajpat Nagar-IV,
New Delhi 110024
Tel. 26434459, 26460400
Fax. 26216951

Mr. Sriharsha Koirala
Dhumbarahi, Kathmandu
Phone:977-1-4262371(O) 4373550 (R)
Fax: 977-1-4240897
Cell: 977-9851017053
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Mr. Jaideep Mazumdar
Deputy Chief Mission,
Embassy of India, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4411408
Fax:977-1-4428285
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Mrs. Ragini Upadhayay
Kausaltar, Bhaktapur
Phone: 977-1-6630335
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Secretaries
Apoorva Srivastava
Secretary
Embassy of India, Kathmandu
Tel: 977-1-4413174
Fax:977-1-4420129
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Mr. Surendra Thapa
Secretary
Embassy of Nepal, New Delhi
Phone: 91-11-23329218/3327361
Fax: 0091-11-23329647
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Proposal Submission:

Individual, institutions and other interested in its activities will have to carry out projects and activities through the Embassy of Nepal in India and Indian Embassy in Nepal, the addresses of which are given below:


Secretary,
B.P. Koirala India – Nepal Foundation,
Embassy of Nepal,
Barakhamba Road,

New Delhi – 110 001
(India)
Tel : 0091-11-23329218 –23327361
Telefax : 0091-11-23329647

Secretary,
B.P. Koirala India – Nepal Foundation,
Embassy of India
P.O. Box. 292
336, Kapurdhara Marg, Lainchaur
Kathmandu, Nepal
Telephone: +977-1-4410900 / 4414990 / 4411699
Fax No: +977-1-4428279