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Meera Prajapati

Country of origin: Nepal Currently in: Nepal, Bhaktapur General field of specialization: Astronomy, Space and Earth Sciences
Academic Background


2013 Master Astronomy, Space and Earth Sciences
2008 Master Astronomy, Space and Earth Sciences
Research and Profession

Current Research Activities

Astronomy, Space and Earth Sciences

Research Keywords: 
Water quality
wastewater treatment

Publications resulting from Research: 

Prajapati M., Bruggen J.A., Dalu T., Malla R. (2017). Assessing the effectiveness of pollutant removal by macrophytes in a floating wetland for wastewater treatment. Journal of Applied Water Science. Springer Publication (DOI 10.1007/s13201-017-0625-2)

Shrestha S., Haramoto E., Sherchand J. B., Rajbhandari S., Prajapati M., Shindo J. (2016). Seasonal Variation of Microbial Quality of Irrigation Water in Different Sources in the Kathmandu valley, Nepal.

Matangulu M., Gurung S., Prajapati M., Jyakhwo R. (2017). Macroinvetebrate Assemblages as Indicators of Water Quality of the West Seti River, Bajhang, Nepal.

Current profession

Current professional activities type: 
Employer : Khwopa College Position : Program Incharge Responsibilities • Analyze the data and information on river and groundwater interaction and prepare scientific articles and fact sheets; • Prepare scientific articles relating to water/wastewater treatment using available data and information from different sources; • Review and study the socio-economic and environmental aspects of wastewater issues, problems and opportunities in Nepal and develop comprehensive report in a form of “Working Paper”; • Implement research activities related to water (groundwater, surface water and wastewater), solid waste and other relevant environmental issues and problems; • Assist in preparation and publication of reports, scientific papers and articles; • Assist to organize workshop, symposium, training, and meetings


Amnesty International Nepal
Planet Green Nepal
Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness

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