Kathmandu: Vice president and Chief technology officer of ‘Water For Small Villages’, Rick Miessau from US gave a presentation on ‘The Hydraulic Ram Pump’ on Friday at Institute of Engineering (IOE), Pulchowk Campus, Pulchowk.
KATHMANDU: CEO of Nabil Bank Sashin Joshi and country director of British Council Nepal Dr Jovan Ilic signed an MoU to facilitate International English Language Testing System (IELT) students of Nepal on June 6.
After a hectic week at work, we all wait for the weekend to arrive so that we can rejuvenate our minds for the upcoming week. Nasana Bajracharya of MyCity talked to some personalities in-between their busy schedules to understand their weekend preferences. Here is what they had to say.
BUTWAL: Jeetgadhi fort, where Nepali soldiers beat the East India Company army, is a prominent aspect of the Butwal cityscape. Located on the western bank of the Tinau River, the fort can be reached by a half hour walk from Butwal baazar.
Nepali artist and the chancellor of the Nepal Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA), works extensively in the field of symbolism and surrealism. Her journey to prominence has been a rollercoaster ride, further fueled by the recent demise of her beloved daughter Shivata, a grief she overcame by starting a foundation that provides scholarships to students studying Bachelors of Arts.
Bullying is about a student gaining strength from fear, acting like the boss, scaring the students and at times hurting them. Students are bullied by being called bad names, being threatened, not having friends, because of their race or color.
As the famous saying goes, “Happiness is a journey not a destination.” When the principal at my school announced a Mountain Biking Camp, I was enthralled to take part in the camp. This was the moment I discovered my passion for mountain biking.
Khwappa, a company that produces customized illustrations for businesses and individuals alike, comes as a breath of fresh air to the monotonous business identities of today. The start-up has found a way to add a personal touch to your personal business identity, especially in a highly competitive era where professionals would want to stand out. Professionals from all walks of life, be it the field of medicine, business or education, can benefit from the services of the company started by graduates of Kathmandu College of Management: Saujanya Shrestha, 25; Sonal Shrestha, 24; and Samip Babu Malla, 24.