When was first computer used in Nepal?

01/14/2020 Off By admin

When was first computer used in Nepal?

History of Computer in Nepal The first computer introduced in Nepal was IBM 1401. The first computer brought in Nepal was IBM 1401 which was brought by the Nepal government in lease (1 lakh 25 thousands per month) for the population census of 1972 AD (2028 BS).

Who invented computer in Nepal?

Muni Bahadhur Sakya
Muni Sakya

Muni Bahadhur Sakya
Born 1942 Lalitpur, Nepal
Nationality Nepali
Occupation Computer Engineer

What is the full form of IBM?

International Business Machines
IBM/Full name
IBM, in full International Business Machines Corporation, leading American computer manufacturer, with a major share of the market both in the United States and abroad. Its headquarters are in Armonk, New York.

Who is called father of computer science?

Charles Babbage
Charles Babbage, who was born in 1791, is regarded as the father of computing because of his research into machines that could calculate. Babbage’s Difference Engine Number 1 was the first device ever devised that could calculate and print mathematical tables.

Is there a history of computers in Nepal?

There is not a long history of computers in Nepal.Nepal hired some types of calculators and computers for it’s census calculation.Following list shows it’s history in Nepal.· In 2018 BS an electronic calculator called “Facit” was used for census.· In 2028 BS census IBM 1401 a second generation mainframe computer was used.·

Which is the best computer science college in Nepal?

In Nepal, PCPS College offers its B.Sc. (Hons) Computer Science Courses in Partnership with the University of Bedfordshire. In 2019-20, The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings has named The University of Bedfordshire as one of the best universities in the world and has been ranked amongst top 1000 universities of the world.

Which is the second generation computer in Nepal?

It was in 2028 B.S. when HMG brought IBM 1401 (a Second Generation computer) on rent for Rs. 1 lakhs and 25 thousand per month to process census data. Later the computer was bought by National Computer Center (NCC). In 2038 B.S., a fourth generation computer was imported with the aid of UNDP and UNFPA from England for 20 lakhs US dollars.