KATHMANDU, Jan 8: President of the Nursing Association of Nepal, Man Kumari Rai said that the government is apathetic towards the issues raised by the Nepali nurses despite a number of efforts made by the association.
KATHMANDU, July 4: Nursing institutes across the country found themselves at the receiving end of a scathing criticism on Wednesday after nearly two-thirds nursing graduates vying professional career in nursing failed the license examination.
KATHMANDU, Feb 26: After the Australian Skills Quality Authority cancelled the registration of Australia Institute of Business and Technology (AIBT), there are concerns about what happens to AIBT’s current and alumni students. Pratik Rimal spoke to AIBT’s company director Fiona Kee via email.
KATHMANDU, Feb 20: Nepali Congress has urged the government to focus on rescuing Nepali students pursuing a nursing degree at the Australia Institute of Business and Technology (AIBT) after Australia's vocational education and training sector decided to cancel AIBT's registration.
CHITWAN, Aug 12: It was raining heavily since Friday evening. As night deepened, the rain got heavier. It even felt like a cloud burst at times. Locals of Chitai area were trembling with fear that the Chitai River might get out of control anytime. The apprehension came true. The river got swollen and flood entered their houses forcing them to flee.
Mira Khanal has more than 15 years of working experience in nursing. She is the principal of Alka Institute of Medical Sciences (AIMS), Hattiban,
Lalitpur. Apart from managing college administration, she loves to teach subjects like management, research and child care.
In conversation with Republica’s Prasansha Rimal, she shares her inspiration to pursue nursing, its scope in Nepal and the challenges she has had to face.
DHADING, Oct 21: With 'warm bag' program no more receiving budget from the center, maternal safety has been affected in the district. According to government health officials, the bag that would consist of sanitary pads, medicines and warm clothes for baby and mother is highly in demand whereas the center has not been sending budget for the program.
BARDIYA, June 22: Bardiya National Park where five rhinos had been transferred from Chitwan National Park three months ago has been blessed with a new baby rhino. While celebration is underway in the National Park, the officials are concerned over proper care and food for the new born and its mother. According to them, taking care of a nursing rhino and baby is a sensitive matter and arrangement of 'favorite' rhino fodder has been done for the special members.