Geography, Tribhuvan University, Nepal
*Corresponding author: Kabi Prasad Pokhrel, Geography, Research Division, Tribhuvan University, Kirtipur, Nepal, Tel: +977 9849301741; Email: email@example.com
Submission: June 02, 2018; Published: June 12, 2018
ISSN: 2578-0190 Volume1 Issue5
The economic, spatial and mobility trends in Nepal point towards the inevitability of developed dense and compact human settlement in the countryside with a view to materialize the social innovation and cultural practices in the sphere of existing state- of the -art and creativity. To solve the local development problems in the context of rural areas, satisfaction of human needs, diffusion of skills and technology by activating local politics and policy making for valorisation of territorial specity through democratic governance of local development is to be the prime focus for national development policy framework. It could be paradigm shift to promote the practice of self-determination economy as people transform their livelihoods and lives by enlarging the power and competence base of localities. In this context, polycentric centers growth process is considering as the engine of economic growth, social change and science and technological development in the journey of sustainable development.