WordCamp Kathmandu 2022 is set For 3rd & 4th of September

wordcamp kathmandu 2022

Right after a extended pandemic crack, WordCamp Kathmandu is eventually occurring this year……

Earlier in the pandemic meetup, WordPress Kathmandu declared The Ujwal Thapa scholarship. It will be declared at WordCamp Kathmandu 2022 in honor of the late Ujwal Thapa’s contributions to the WordPress community. There might be less of us who are unaware of what he accomplished for Nepal’s culture and the WordPress community at massive. He co-founded the firm WordPress Nepal with Chandra Maharzan and Sakin Shrestha, among the lots of other points. Considering that then, this group has expanded tremendously and now quantities extra than 8200 members.

#wcktm2022 Kathmandu will be welcoming at Alice Receptions, Gairidhara, Kathmandu. This most outstanding gathering of two days is going to be excellent and effective. At this accumulating, you will get the timeliness to socialize with people in the identical discipline. And present your queries in entrance of them. This will enhance capability with much better conversation expertise.

You will be able to collect knowledge from unique WordPress lovers which will be pretty fecund to you. Here you will get the chance to meet a number of WordPress speakers each nationwide and global. Attendees have to pay Rs.1000/- per head for students and Rs.2000 for standard attendees. With this, you are heading to get a t-shirt, diverse swags, a meal, and entry to the right after-social gathering.

To secure your seat, you can fill up the type from the given link.

Ticket Cost: NPR 1000/- (for learners) and NPR 2000/- (standard ticket)

1. On the net transfer by using Fonepay/ Khalti

Send your payment to [email protected]

2. Cash Payments

Just after your payment has been verified, your title will be detailed on the attendees’ web page.

If you have any concerns, be sure to experience free to simply call the WordCamp Kathmandu organizer staff.

Celebration Details

Location: Alice Receptions, Gairidhara, Kathmandu

Day: 3rd and 4th September


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