Company Profile

DK Consult (P) Ltd. is a multidisciplinary consulting firm, registered with the Ministry of Industry, Government of Nepal. The company was established in 1998 in order to provide research and consulting services in engineering, environmental, and social sectors. Led by a group of highly qualified young professionals, trained in North America, Europe, Australia, and Japan, the company is equipped with state-of-the art equipment and facilities. Until recently DK Consult was mainly involved in the hydropower sector and environment; it has recently expanded its scope to social sectors. DK Consult professionals and resource persons have vast experience in the fields of sanitation, public health, civil society partnership, monitoring and evaluation, and social research in general.

DK Consult aims to contribute to the overall development of Nepal by providing engineering, environmental, and social research services to private, public, and international agencies. DK Consult is committed to providing sound and professional services so that every development project is efficiently and effectively executed.


Key Staff (Full time)

Mr. Krishna Prasad Dulal, PhD, Water Resources

Mr. Sitaram Neupane, Masters, Water Resources

Mr. Umesh Singh, PhD, Environmental Engineering

Mr. Rameshwor dahal, Phd (Ongoing), Geology & Geotechnical

Mr. Abhusan Achhami, BE, Civil Engineering

Mr. Sushil Pokhrel, BE, Civil Engineering

Mr. Gyanendra Acharya, BE, Mechanical Engineering

Mr. Shushil Chandra Dulal, MBA, Finance & Administration

Mr. Sanjay Dhungana, BA, Computer Operator

Ms. Parvati Gurung, Office Assistant


Office, Facilities, and Equipment

DK Consult is located in Mid Baneshwor, Ward No. 34 of Kathmandu Metropolitan City. The office area covers more than 4500 sq. ft. and includes adequate parking facilities. Our office is well-equipped with adequate furniture, computers (15 nos.),  printers (5 nos.), survey equipments and accessories such as total station, theodolite, and tilting level and discharge measurement equipments such as the current meter and conductivity meter. The office computers are well-equipped with statistical and qualitative data analysis software.