Nepal | June 18, 2019

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  • BLOG SURF: Studying abroad

    It has been six months since I came to Japan. In one of our Japanese class lectures, there was an article that explained about the emotions of the students studying abroad....

  • Is going abroad the only answer?

    The huge age gap between parents and children, mostly in uneducated parents and educated children — the children choose to leave and study abroad...

  • INR 500, 1,000 notes worth Rs 33.6 million in Nepal, central bank tells RBI

    Nepal has sought exchange facility worth INR 33.6 million with Reserve Bank of India against the high denomination Indian currency notes INR 500 and INR 1,000 that are in holding of Nepal Rastra Bank,...

  • Working abroad: Contemporary mindset

    Data suggest that the Ministry of Education had issued over 29, 000 no objection certificates in the fiscal year 2014-15 alone....

  • Nepalis abroad seek voting rights

    Many Nepalis living abroad have sought voting rights for those who live...

  • Encourage students studying abroad to return home: MoE

    Speaking at a programme organised by Educational Consultancy Association of Nepal, MoE Spokesperson Hari Lamsal said that it was not bad to go to foreign countries for studies, but the concerned secto...

  • Studying in France

    Kathmandu: The main objective of CampusFrance is to help students who wish to go to France for their further education, providing them necessary information from...

  • Getting ready for studies abroad

    Studying abroad at any level is one of the most worthwhile things you will ever do. Ask anyone from any walk of life — academic,...

  • Studying Down Under

    Kathmandu: Australia has come up as one of the favoured destinations among students applying for studies abroad. But finding the right college is no easy...

  • Edu-bytes: Sessions on studying abroad

    KATHMANDU: If you are planning on going abroad for studies, here’s a chance for you to get the necessary information and be able to get...

  • Going abroad: In search of quality education

    Every country has its own goal of preparing human resources for development. This is not an easy task. People have freedom to educate and prepare...

  • Spread your wings: Prospects abroad

    Kathmandu: The Universal Language and Computer Institute (ULCI) had organised a seminar for students wishing to study at the Stradford College London with Steve Cabb...

  • Marriage is not anti-education

    Ajaya Sharma Kathmandu: When I look around there are some parents and some guardians who are worried of their daughter’s marriage rather than her educational...

  • The absent generation: The ones that got away

    On a recent trip to Nepal after two-and-a-half years, I noticed that every other young person I met was either applying or was thinking of applying to study abroad....

  • Nepal in need of professional midwives

    Although the World Health Organisation has recommended its member countries to provide midwife-led care for women during pregnancy, labour and the post-partum period, as well as for newborns, Nepal st...

  • Large thymus tumour removed successfully

    A 22-year-old man underwent a complex but successful surgery for the removal of a two-kilo tumour from thymus gland, in Bhaktapur Cancer Hospital yesterday. The major surgery at the hospital, which is...