Trishna Acharya

trishna-acharya_asm-2016Trishna Acharya has completed her MA (Journalism & Mass Communication) from Tribhuvan University with first class division. Her research interest mainly lies in “Significance of Intrapersonal Communication in Human and Environmental Management” for which she did her preliminary research study for her Master’s Thesis as “Significance of Intrapersonal Communication in Hinduism”. In her Master’s Thesis, she studied human physiology and psychology using phenomenology research methodology to understand how intrapersonal levels of communication impact other levels of communication and society as a whole, using Hinduism as a sample of study. In the case of the earthquake her research interest lies in “Significance of sound Intrapersonal communication to heal Post earthquake social psychology”.  To develop methodology for this research purpose, she continues her studies in this field.

Read Trishna Acharya’s Report on her year as an Asian Student Membership Scholarship recipient.

Contact Info

U.S.
Association for Nepal and Himalayan Studies
c/o John Metz, Treasurer
1586 Rockhurst Lane
Cincinnati, OH 45255-2637
administrator@anhs-himalaya.org

Nepal
ANHS Kathmandu Research Center
54 Kantishree Marg, Baluwatar
Kathmandu, Nepal.
kathmandu@anhs-himalaya.org