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

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

After a long pandemic break, WordCamp Kathmandu is finally happening this year……

Previously in the pandemic meetup, WordPress Kathmandu announced The Ujwal Thapa scholarship. It will be announced at WordCamp Kathmandu 2022 in honor of the late Ujwal Thapa’s contributions to the WordPress community. There may be fewer of us who are unaware of what he accomplished for Nepal’s society and the WordPress community at large. He co-founded the organization WordPress Nepal with Chandra Maharzan and Sakin Shrestha, among many other things. Since then, this organization has expanded tremendously and now numbers more than 8200 members.

#wcktm2022 Kathmandu will be welcoming at Alice Receptions, Gairidhara, Kathmandu. This most prominent gathering of two days is going to be excellent and productive. At this gathering, you will get the timeliness to socialize with people in the same field. And present your queries in front of them. This will increase capacity with better conversation skills.

You will be able to collect knowledge from different WordPress enthusiasts which will be very fecund to you. Here you will get the chance to meet several WordPress speakers both national and international. Attendees have to pay Rs.1000/- per head for students and Rs.2000 for standard attendees. With this, you are going to receive a t-shirt, different swags, a meal, and entry to the after-party.

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

Ticket Price: NPR 1000/- (for students) and NPR 2000/- (standard ticket)

1. Online transfer via Fonepay/ Khalti

Send your payment to [email protected]

2. Cash Payments

After your payment has been confirmed, your name will be listed on the attendees’ page.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call the WordCamp Kathmandu organizer team.

Event Details

Venue: Alice Receptions, Gairidhara, Kathmandu

Date: 3rd and 4th September