Welcome to the American Society of Nepalese Engineers
American Society of Nepalese Engineers (ASNEngr) is a non-profit organization, registered in the state of South Carolina, USA in 2007 and has tax exempt status under Section 501(C)(3) of the IRS Internal Revenue Code. The society is organized and operated exclusively for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes and no part of the earnings of the society may inure to the benefit of, or be distributable to its members, officers or private persons.
The society provides a platform for all people of Nepalese background and friends of Nepal who are engineers and professionals in the closely related scientific and technical areas to come together, exchange ideas, share knowledge, and put technical, financial, and other resources together for the common good of its members and benefit of humanity. ASNEngr organizes technical and educational conferences and workshops, and plans to undertake engineering/scientific projects for the welfare of the human society. Although the emphasis is on engineering, the goal of ASNEngr is to be inclusive and be a common platform for engineers as well as scientists and technologists who have qualifications and expertise in areas closely related to any branch of engineering. As you visit other pages on this website, you will learn more about the society and its objectives and purposes. If you are an engineer or a scientist and wish to contribute to the missions/goals/objectives of ASNEngr for the benefit and well being of the human society, you are invited and welcome to join the society’s membership and participate actively in its activities. [Read more…]
Press Release - 2014 Merit Awards for Students
The American Society of Nepalese Engineers (ASNENgr) is pleased to announce the selection of the students from three different universities of Nepal for the Student Merit Award for 2014. This award is given to the top ranked students in the entrance examinations administered by various universities in Nepal in their selection process for undergraduate (bachelor's) degree in any engineering field. This award of $200 is to support their academic related expenses and is in recognition of their outstanding academic achievements.
In addition, starting this year ASNEngr is also providing a merit award to a female engineering student determined most meritorious and deserving among the top ranked female students in the entrance examinations of the various universities who respond to the Call for Nomination for the ASNEngr awards.
Engineers' Night 2015 celebrated on Feb. 14, 2015
Greater Washington DC Chapter of American Society of Nepalese Engineers (GWDC-ASNEngr) organized an “Engineers’ Night 2015” on Saturday, February 14, 2015. Over a hundred engineers and their families from DC Metro area participated in the event. The event provided an excellent opportunity for engineering students, engineers, scientists and closely related professionals and their families living and working in DC metro area to meet, greet and socialize within engineering community and their families.
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ENGINEERS' NIGHT 2015
Greater Washington DC (GWDC) chapter of ASNEngr is organizing "Engineers' Night 2015" on Feb. 14, 2015 at BOLLYWOOD TIKKA MASALA, 10364 FAIRFAX BLVD FAIRFAX, VA. All members of Engineering and Scientific community are cordially invited to attend the program. For more information, please contact DEEPENDRA POKHAREL (703) 627-2232 and THAKUR DHAKAL (240) 821-2137