The international competition helps kick-start the careers of graduates, with a funding support ranging from cash prize of Rs two hundred thousand to the first place winner and the title Dopper Changemaker 2019. Additionally, Rs one hundred twenty-five thousand to the second and third place winners and 75 thousand rupees each to the rest of the winners in top 10 will be rewarded.
Samriddhi School, Balaju organized first Futsal Championship Competition on Wednesday at Riverfield Futsal ground. The competition was managed and led by the Students’ Internal Management Team of Samriddhi School which comprises of the Grade 11 students.
A total of 200 poems were received for the competition as per the organizer Aarohi Entertainment. Kshitiz Samparna became the winner in the competition with his poem titled ‘Astipanjar Junuagi’. Likewise, ‘Swaawalambi Jhanda’ by Niraj Dahal and ‘Farkeu Timi’ by Suman Thapa Magar become first and second runner-up with cash prize Rs 30,000, Rs 20,000 and Rs 10,000 respectively. The panel of judges included Poets Upendra Subba and Nawaraj Parjuli.
The winner of the competition will get to participate and showcase their designs in LBM Star Awards 2019 in Korea, Pune Fashion Week 2019 and Fashion Expo 2019. Likewise, the winner will able to participate in 'Milan Fashion week'
KATHMANDU, Dec 8: Kathmandu School of Law (KSL) has won the South Asian Regional Rounds of 14th Henry Dunant Memorial Moot Court Competition in Tehran, Iran. The competition, was initiated by ICRC Regional Delegation for South Asia in 2001. It was held from December 4 to 6. National winners of different South Asian countries participated in the competition.
KATHMANDU, Aug 4: A team of three students of the Pulchowk Engineering Campus; Abhish Khanal, Subhash Timalsina, and Sushan Paudel will be heading for Vietnam to participate in a robotics competition, which will see participation of students from over 22 countries. As part of a pre-event, they demonstrated their robots on the campus on Friday.
This is the school admission month in Nepal. Thousands of children have already secured their seats in the schools. But there are several thousand others who are unable to get admission in a good school. As I am ending my ninth grade this year, I feel that I am one of the lucky ones to get this extraordinary opportunity. However, I am increasingly concerned that those of us able to go to school are focusing too much on how to compete with one another rather than learning how to cooperate. I am wondering what should our schools teach us - competition or cooperation?
Anne McGuinness is a Tibetan-American who grew up in Kathmandu. When McGuinsess was younger, the only place where she could play sports was at her school. Although she was extremely interested in games, there were very little opportunities for her to play elsewhere.
KATHMANDU, March 16: A three-day US-Nepal International Moot Court Competition has begun in Kathmandu on Thursday 'to foster student-to-student interaction between the two countries in the discussion of emerging trends in international law'.
KAPILVASTU, Feb 2: An international wrestling championship has kicked off here since Thursday.
The three-day event titled 'Birat Aantarashtriya Kusti (Dangal) Pratiyogita' is organised by Suddhodhan rural municipality.
POKHARA, Jan 10: Eighth Women's and 23rd Men's National Weightlifting Competition under National Sports Council Championship has begun at a hall of Pokhara Chamber of Commerce and Industry from Wednesday.
KATHMANDU, Dec 5: The winners of National Essay Competition 2017 organized by Landmark Education and Macquare University in partnership with Glocal Pvt Ltd were announced amid an event at Hyatt Regency, Bauddha on Monday.
Uniglobe Center for Entrepreneurship (UCE), indispensable part of Uniglobe College, is going to pioneer the first ever National Level Business Plan Competition on 13th January 2018. This event plays a role of mediator to bridge the gap between creative ideas and its transformation into feasible goods or services.
BAJHANG, Nov 15: Former Bajhang district president of Nepali Congress (NC), Prithivi Bahadur Singh, is contesting the upcoming parliamentary elections from the only constituency of Bajhang district. His main rival in the polls is Bhairav Bahadur Singh, an alternate central member of CPN-UML. A tough competition is expected between them in the elections slated for November 26.
JAJARKOT, Nov 13: With the parliamentary and provincial polls are just two weeks away, candidates of the left alliance in Jajarkot are struggling to retaining their voter bank while the candidates of Nepali Congress (NC) are putting all of their efforts to woo more voters.
POKHARA/SYANGJA, Nov 10: Nepali paragliders dominated an international paragliding competition held in Swarek of Syangja on Wednesday. According to the organizers, Nepali paragliders won all the awards on offer in the international competition.
KATHMANDU, Nov 9: Laxman Ishar of Bright Future Higher Secondary School on Wednesday bagged the first prize at the three-day long National Solo Theatre Festival for Children organized by Kathmandu Pragya Kunja School at Shilpee Theatre.
KATHMANDU, Nov 5: The eleventh edition of mountain bike race has started. ‘Yak Attack 2017’ competition is considered to be the highest mountain bike race in the world that covers the trailing route of Annapurna Trekking.
SYANGJA, Nov 2: An International Paragliding Competition began on Wednesday at Syangja’s main tourist area Sworek Ground in Bhirkot Municipality-5, Mahapur Maidan. The competition will continue till November 6.
KATHMANDU, Sept 7: Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) Governor Chiranjibi Nepal has cautioned microfinance institutions that the growing unhealthy competition was becoming a challenge for the financial sector of the country.
KATHMANDU, Sept 6: Although the football and cricket are most popular sports in the country, national football team goalkeeper Kiran Kumar Limbu and cricketer Sharad Vesawkar are likely to face tough competition from players of other sports in the Male Player of the Year category in the upcoming NSJF Pulsar Sports Award.
KATHMANDU, July 30: Nepal Volleyball Association has honored former Prime Minister and CPN (Maoist Centre) Chairman, Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' for giving recognition to volleyball as the national game of the country.
KATHMANDU: With the main objective of promoting and enhancing hardware design skills with a chip technology called Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA), the ‘Second All Nepal FPGA Design Competition 2017’ has come to an end on Saturday at Kathford Int’l College of Engineering and Management, Balkumari, Lalitpur.
KABUL, July 10: Six female students from war-torn Afghanistan who had hoped to participate in an international robotics competition in the U.S. this month will have to watch via video link after their visa applications were denied — not once, but twice.
KATHMANDU, July 7: Nepal is set to make a maiden appearance in international futsal during the AFC Futsal Championship 2018 Qualifiers to be held in Iran as a preparation for the South and Central Zone qualifiers slated for October 13-22.
KATHMANDU, July 1: Tribhuvan Army Club 'A' lifted the title of First CoAS International Tri-Marathon Competition - 2017 defeating the likes of Reaper Marines and Vipers Team of the United States on Saturday in the annual tournament held along the Trishuli River in Dhading district.
POKHARA, June 24: Former Athletes Forum Kaski on Friday organized the Late Shiva Shanker Ranjit Second Men and Women Media Person Race Competition to mark the occasion of the International Olympics Day.
A movie by an Iranian who was arrested for his work in Iran won the ‘Un Certain Regard’ competition at the Cannes Film Festival on Saturday, bolstering the country’s filmmakers’ reputation for defying the censors to make high-quality films.