KATHMANDU, August 24: Educational fairs are without a doubt one of the most recommended tools to educate and inform students and parents alike about the programs and courses offered by various educational institutions.
Coffee is not just a beverage; it is a trend and an indication of one’s social life. Lately, coffee has become the most preferred drink at social gatherings and formal meetings. With the growing coffee-drinking culture, young population has been inclined toward learning coffee-making in the recent years.
Any new or functioning venture certainly requires a space with at least basic amenities. While imagining an office, you most probably think of a nice space, some posh furniture and a name plate that screams your identity. But, with the world getting smaller and congested each day, a corporate style office space might cost you more than what your idea is worth.
Young girls and boys on Saturday crowded The Heritage Garden in Sanepa to attend the Comic and Cosplay Convention Nepal 2017 organized by Next Entertainment in association with The Arbitary Group. The event had various musical performances, cosplay competition and stalls.
While the world itself was still exploring the basics of VR, Nepal was too far behind in terms of VR and technology when the trio conceptualized the app. And because of this, they lacked proper mentor in the initial phase.
KATHMANDU: Exam time is one of the most dreaded times for a student. While exam results are not the accurate evaluation of one’s intellect or capability, you can’t avoid them. No matter how capable you are, the three-hour exam you sit in decides your life and all things related to it. This is true in all disciplines and for students of all levels.
Dr Sneedha Mainali is a Pediatric dentist working at Shine Dental Clinic, Jawalakhel. She did her bachelor’s in pediatric dentistry from BP Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Dharan in 2011 before going to India to study pediatric and Preventive Dentistry at Manipal University. She founded Shine Dental Clinic in 2011 with a child-friendly environment. She has a way to work around with kids, and believes in working with children rather than forcing things on them.
The number of start-ups and entrepreneurs has mushroomed in the Kathmandu Valley in recent years. Regardless of how unrealistic and unsustainable the idea may be, people claim to be an entrepreneur and start a business of their own. But, starting a business should be a thought-through process. While merely an idea is not enough to sustain a business, the very first thing that any venture requires is space. And with space comes a list of expenses that needs to be taken care of.
KATHMANDU: Bidyut Timalsina is just 17 years old, and has been residing in Kathmandu for four months now. He joined the Kathmandu University School of Management as a security guard only 10 days ago. He passed his SLC (now SEE) in the year 2073 and says he has no plans to continue his study as of now. He has four siblings.
KATHMANDU: Bindu, Space for Artists is organizing a printmaking exhibition at Siddhartha Art Gallery, Babarmahal. The six-day exhibition showcases works of 12 artistes, including Korean Printmaker Hyun Ju Kim.
KATHMANDU: If you walk along the streets of Kathmandu, you might no longer see the heaps of waste that used to be a common sight a few years back. The credit largely goes to the fact that Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) started penalizing haphazard waste dumpers.
KATHMANDU: Just like an illuminating junkiri (firefly) that gives people light in the dark, Rising Junkiri is a website that has been relentlessly working as a platform for Nepali writers here and abroad. Rising Junkiri started as a platform for Ranjan Poudel to share his experience about student life in America. Through the website, he would answer people’s queries regarding visa, paperwork, scholarships and working permit, among others, in the US.
As the uproar of women’s rights and feminism is heard across the globe, more women have become leaders in various sectors. Meanwhile in Nepal, an increasing number of women have been stepping out of the generic gender-based roles. Having said that, even with the population of 51.54 percent, women are not involved in decision-making. However, even men don’t stay unaffected from these gender-based roles as they are also expected to behave in a certain way. My City’s Nasana Bajracharya met with grade XII students of Global College of Management and discussed how they perceive the role of both the genders in our society.