1. June 25, 2005. Kavi-Kunja, Maitidevi: A programme was organized to introduce the goals and objectives of Devkota Centre. Professor Dr. Chuda Mani Bandhu spoke about the life and works of the poet and also suggested a things that Devkota Centre could do in the future.
2. September 10, 2005. Padma Kannya Campus, Bagbazar: Dr. Mahadeva Awasthi spoke on "The Art of Poet Devkota's Long Narrative Poetry." According to him, there are thirty-seven long narrative poems of Devkota.
3. October 8, 2005. NIC, Dillibazar: Professor Dr. Keshav Prasad Upadhyaya spoke on "The Plays of Devkota" with special reference to Savitri-Satyavan andKrishi Bala. According to him, there are two other earlier works in Nepali based on the story of Savitri and Satyavan, but these need to be properly studied.
4. November 12, 2005. Padma Kannya Campus, Bagbazar: Members of Devkota Centre met to discuss Poet Devkota's "The Swallow and Devkota." Ammaraj Joshi interpreted the poem from an ecopoetic perspective. Professor Dr. Chuda Mani Bandhu pointed out that in this poem Devkota saw the need to improve one's homeplace, nation, and even the world. Professor Dr. Shreedhar Lohani explained the means and goals of creativity through words like "beak," "mud," and "house."
5. December 10, 2005. Padma Kannya Campus, Bagbazar: Professor Krishna Gautam spoke on "Poet Devkota's Epics."