Kamal Devkota has worked as a research fellow for the Southasia Institute of Advanced Studies, where he was involved with a project for the development of climate change resilience roadmap to multi stakeholder forestry program. His individual responsibilities at that position include contribution to literature review, data collection through expert interviews, logistic arrangements, and preliminary reports. Furthermore, he was a visiting faculty to Southwestern State College from 2010-2014, where he was a research team leader.
He received his bachelor’s degree in 2005 from Tribhuvan University in Population Studies and Mathematics. Later, he received a master’s degree in Development Studies in 2009 from Purbanchal University. Besides the schooling, he has had a lot of experience in publications. For example, he was involved in a policy review paper, Investigating the dynamics of urbanization in Nepal: Role and Response of Local Government. In addition, he published for Journal Papers, including a topic on Small Town Water Governance in Nepal: Actors, Institutions and Leadership. For conference papers, he has completed a report on Negotiating Water Security: Dynamics of Up and Down Stream Water Management in Two Small Towns in Nepal’s Himalaya.