There are different types of people around us. Some are hard to deal with while the rest; easy going. It depends on each individual’s nature, character, upbringing and thought process. A lot of it is the level of tolerance that a person possesses. This article goes out to the majority of people that we interact with and we ourselves can be the subject if we relate our experiences and style of living.
KATHMANDU, March 18: Professor Laxman Prasad Mainali has been awarded with the Shankar Lal Kedia Best Book Writing Award for his book Juvenile Justice System in Nepal and Pankaj Kumar Karna has been selected for Shankar Lal Memorial Youth Law Award.
KATHAMNDU, Feb 27: Excellence at Workplace, a corporate training program organized by the Art of Living Foundation, wants to help professionals eliminate stress, strengthen their relationships, offer skills to deal with people and increase the work efficiency concluded on Friday at Hotel Annapurna, Durbar Marg.
Aishwarya Rani Singh, 23-year old, gold medalist in Bachelors of Development Studies, is the president of Women LEAD Nepal. Women LEAD Nepal is the first and only professional and leadership development organization for young women in Nepal.
Aishwarya’s journey officially began with Women LEAD in 2011. After her undergraduate studies, she was appointed as a research instructor specializing in Practical Skill Enhancement (PSE) at National College. She designs the course of study, assignments and helps the students use these skills in their life.
She shares with Prasuma Rawal of Republica the importance of practical learning and her experiences on delivering it.