Art’s kinda difficult. Even with motivation coursing through your veins, sometimes you can’t do anything but mess up. Along with talent and inspiration, you need skills and techniques to make that masterpiece.
Physically and mentally challenged people face discrimination in society and sometimes they are seen as a stigma. However, there are some who are breaking the limitations of their body and excelling at what they do using their skills, creating space for themselves. Helen Keller, Franklin D Roosevelt, Jhamak Kumari Ghimire are prime examples who have lived dignified lives contributing to the society. They are the ones whose physical impediment did not overshadow their dream.
Amar Nachsahani, 35, repairs generators and water pumps. He is from Patna, Bihar. He arrived in Kathmandu three years ago. He traveled with his Nepali friends and ended up working here. “I have been traveling to different places of India and Nepal. But this is the first time that I have stayed back in the same place for three years,” said Nachsahani. Nachsahani learned the repairing skills in Patna with the help of his friends. He started working at the age of 15.
DHADING, Nov 7: Bhawani Karki, 21, did not have a sound health when she was born. Things did not improve even later. When she turned a toddler, she would fall when if she attempted to walk. She grew up with low self esteem and unfulfilled dreams, she says.
PARBAT, Sept 26: Different organizations -- government and non-government -- conduct vocational training intended at developing skills of the youths. However, contrary to the expectations, these skills development activities have not been able to generate sufficient employment opportunities.
When 35-year-old Ngawang Chhiri Sherpa was informed that he could not walk anymore, he was not downhearted with despair to what life threw at him. He rather summoned up the courage to find a way of living. It was after a year of his accident that his journey altered from that of trekking guide to a thanka artist.
KATHMANDU, April 28: To introduce variety of cocktails in summer and create awareness about the versatility of drinking, Khukri XXX Rum is hosting a rum festival for the first time in Kathmandu, according to Shuvash Lamichhane, general manager of Nepal Distilleries Pvt Ltd. The festival started on April 24 and is slated to continue till the end of September with various activities in pipeline, said the official.
Sunsari Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Dharan is organizing a skill development training for locals of Dharan. Women Entrepreneur Management is managing the training session that began on April 7. As many as 30 people—24 women and six men—are taking the skill development training. They are creating different handicraft items made of bamboo such as pen holder, photo frame, wall clock, make-up box, fan, tray among others.
Though Sprinkles is a small store that has just 18 different bakery items lining its display, you will be surprised to see customers crowding the tiny space and often spilling out on the pavement to get their sugary treat. Decorated tastefully in pink and black with fun quotes artfully placed here and there, Sprinkles has certainly become one of the favorite places for people in Sanepa to grab some cookies, cupcakes, chocolates, and ice cream. And all this in just three months makes the owner Rosy Shrestha Thapa very, very happy.
Globally, girls are condemned and (in some cases) forbidden to do what are considered “male chores”. This destructive culture is blatantly prevalent in almost every sector in our country. And let’s be honest, besides the domestic/household chores and nurturing, is there anything that is considered a female chore? But #MakerKT aims to change just that mindset.
DOTI, Aug 12: For the first time in the district, Small and Cottage Industry Development Committee had offered gemstone-processing skill development training in Dipayal last fiscal year. There was a vacancy for 100 people for the training that was given under the initiative of the Ministry of Industry. However, only 38 participated showed up for it.
Roshee Lamichhane Bhusal is a lecturer of General Management and placement in-charge at the Kathmandu University School for Management (KUSOM). Having graduated from Kathmandu College of Management (KCM), she earned her MBA degree from Osmania University, India in 2012. She then went on to work in the field of marketing a couple of years. Roshee nevertheless encountered the sense of belongingness in academia, which eventually extended her journey in the field of teaching.
KATHMANDU, July 24: Mukesh Chaudhary took a break from his work in Kathmandu in June and went his hometown to sit in final examinations of Grade 12. Chaudhary, 21, works at a construction site and earns to help his parents. Chaudhary has already earned skills in construction work which he neither studied nor attended any training.
One of the best ways to increase your income and give yourself a solid foundation by which to grow into self-employment in the future is to start a side business of your own.
If you choose the right business opportunity, there’s room for you to keep growing your customer base on the side, while keeping your day job. From there, if you take the right steps, you’ll be able to grow your side income beyond that of your day job—and launch into the world of self-employment.
KATHMANDU, March 23: A four-day workshop entitled Evidence for Policy Design (EPoD), a policy research and implementation initiative of Harvard Kennedy School is underway in the capital. The workshop kicked off on Monday and will conclude on Thursday.
KATHMANDU, March 16: Federation of Handicraft Associations of Nepal (FHAN), with the support of Ministry of Commerce and Delegation of the European Union in Nepal, is organizing a series of interactions and workshops for handicraft artists.
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