All the RAP3 engineers are required to attend the annual LRN Course and pass the associated examination if they are to continue to work on RAP. This year the course for graduates was held in Kathmandu from 7th-11th November.
The Graduates studied modules from the standard LRN course as part of their self-study and sat for the standard LRN test. Out of 20 Graduates attending the test, 14 passed with distinction with Gambhir Lamsal scoring highest at 92%.
The contents for the Graduate workshop were designed taking the ideas and suggestions of all GEs most of which was based on the STM course. The overall training was of five days which incorporated contents such as Extension of time and Control, Contractual Claims Costs, Disputes and Termination, E-Procurement by PPMO, Issues and Challenges in Public Procurement, Training on Use of Survey Equipment - Total Station & Abney level, Unloading data from Total Station, Planning and Resourcing, Road Safety and Discussion and presentation on Issues raised by Graduates.