ISOHBAB-2020, Pokhara NEPAL

Nepal is home to snowy mountains, green hills, fast flowing rivers, and dense green forests. Geographically, Nepal is divided into three regions: The Himalayan region (15%), the Hilly region (68%) and the Terai region (17%). The elevation ranges from 50 meters to the top of the world, 8848 meters (Mt. Everest). Due to such extreme geographical diversities, unique topographies, and climatic conditions, Nepal has a wide variety of flora and fauna. Nepal has more than 7000 species of flowering plants and about 2000 plant species have been reported to possess medicinal value. Likewise, traditional healing systems such as Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Unani, and Siddha have been practiced in Nepal since ancient times. All healing systems use a large number of medicinal plants and their products. No doubt, these natural resources present a potential source of economic development for the local people. Despite their huge medicinal as well as economic value, very little attention has been paid for proper scientific study, conservation and sustainable use of these medicinal plants. The objective of this symposium is to discuss about research and utilization of natural products and its future prospects. Oral presentations by the invited speakers and poster presentations by the young researchers along with discussions in the relevant topics would be the mode of symposium.

Advisory Board

Dr. Hyeong-Kyu Lee, Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology, South Korea

Dr. Purusotam Basnet, University of Tromso, Norway

Dr. Rameshwar Adhikari, Tribhuvan University, Nepal

Organizing Committee:

Dr. Amrit Poudel, Satvik Nepal, Nepal

Dr. Himal Luitel, Agriculture and Forestry University, Nepal

Dr. Hari Devkota, Kumamoto University, Japan

Dr. Dhaka Ram Bhandari, Justus Liebig University Giessen, Germany


EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION (Before 31 August, 2020)

Participants        Nepal            SAARC Countries Other Countries
Students Rs 4000

$ 60

$ 100
Delegates Rs 6000 $ 120

$ 200

Accompanying Person Rs 4000 $ 80

$ 150


LATER REGISTRATION (After 31 August, 2020)

Participants          Nepal           SAARC Countries Other Countries
Students Rs 5000

$ 65

$ 110
Delegates Rs 7000 $ 130

$ 210

Accompanying Person Rs 5000 $ 100

$ 160

• Registration fee includes kits, lunch and refreshment provided during the conferences.

• The fees do NOT include accommodation and travel cost. The booking must be arranged individually.

• By paying the fees you agree that complete amount is non-refundable.

For more information on Registration:

Mr. Prakash Poudel

Mobile number: +977-9856029293




Registration form 




Supporting Organizers



The organizers will gratefully accept any kind of support for the International Symposium of Himalayan Biodiversity and Bioresources in Pokhara. A space for marketing will be provided to sponsors. Please contact us to find possibilities on how to present your company at the event.

Venue and Sight Seeing

Pokhara is the nature's hidden paradise which possesses nature's gift of extreme beauty. With majestic view of Annapurna range and tranquility of beautiful lakes within it, Pokhara is the perfect destination for wonderful tour.



Phewa Lake


Sunrise from Sarankot


Peace Pagoda


Davi's Fall






Mountain Flight





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SOHBAB-2020 Conference Registrstion Form