I would like to begin by saying that you are the most confident and charming lady that I’ve ever come across. I wanted to know how I can also appear charming and confident. I get distracted easily by little things. Please tell me what I can do to stay focused on my goals.
I made a strong decision in December of 2016 that I would undergo a gap year. I never informed my decision to anyone, not even my parents. A gap year, a year often taken between high school and college, or between the junior and senior year of college has long been a tradition in Europe and in America.
With the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) results published recently, students as well as their parents are in a dilemma on choosing the right school and subject for higher studies. While the students usually pick a school and the subjects of their choice based on their SEE results, there are many who later on regret their decision. Not every school is good just because it is in the city areas.
If you aspire to work instantly after the completion of a course, then joining technical and vocational training is the best way to do so. And the Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) has been providing such training since 1989.
So you’ve just passed your SEE exams with flying colors but what now? Should you continue with your SLC or opt for international degrees like A-Levels or International Baccalaureate? How do you find good colleges? How do you even apply at these colleges? Here are a few things you need to keep in mind before applying.
On June 16, the Office of the Controller of Examinations (OCE) published the results of the first Secondary Education Examination (SEE), previously known as the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) exams. Since then, SEE graduates have been wandering around in groups in order to check out colleges. After the publication of the results, colleges, especially those in the cities, have been flocked with students who have come from different corners of the country to find a college that is good enough for them.
KATHMANDU, June 22: Education is supposed to make you an expert, specialist, scientist, doctor, manager, administrator or teacher among others. However, the society and family expect their wards to be a successful person by earning enough money upon completion of their degree.
KATHMANDU, May 29: While most of you might want to shiver at the name of your ‘boss’ there will always be a firm line between the ‘scary’ boss and the ‘bad’ boss. While some might think that they’re the same, they are certainly not. The so-called ‘scary’ bosses aren’t always the bad guys. They will help you grow and motivate you to the fullest whether it is by truthful and blunt remarks or the same old ‘grunt’. It is the ‘bad’ bosses that you might want to watch out for. They are not the ones that you necessarily help you grow. They will most likely be the reason you won’t mind quitting your job.
From an ordinary village boy to being the captain of Makalu Air, Sangye Gelek Lama has come this far with all his hard work and audacity to dream above his imagination. He has been flying with Makalu Air for seven years now. After working as a co-pilot for five years he was upgraded to Captain in 2015. He was the flying captain of Makalu Air, who along with his co-pilot survived the airplane accident in August, 2016.
Republica’s Sonam Lama caught up with Sangye Gelek Lama to talk about the setbacks and experience that he has witnessed so far in the field of aviation.