May 30, 2013

Tribhuwan University has postponed the Free Student Union ( FSU ) elections after students unions remained adamant in their decision to padlock colleges across the country.

Tribhuvan University on Thursday has said it has indefinitely postponed Free Students Union (FSU) elections scheduled for June 6.
The university decided to postpone elections in all affiliate campuses after disputes among rival student unions hampered preparations for the polls, officials said.
Rival student unions aligned to various political parties have accused one another of enrolling 'fake' students just ahead of elections. Similarly, some groups have demanded a full proportional system.

Earlier, TU had decided to hold FSU polls on June 6.
An informal meeting of the TU Executive Committee held in the Capital on Wednesday had reached to the conclusion that the elections may not be held on the proposed date as most of the colleges across the country failed to publish voters’ list and distribute nomination forms for candidates as per the election schedule.
TU authorities had fixed Monday as the deadline for voters’ list publication while the deadline for nomination form distribution for the candidates from both the first-past-the-post and proportional categories ended on Friday. However, most of the colleges failed to meet the deadline. Though the elections are just a week away, the students unions are still divided over the status of the students who were enrolled en masse recently.
While the UCPN (Maoist)-aligned All Nepal National Independent Student Union (Revolutionary) has been stressing that all students should be allowed to vote, the Nepali Congress-aligned Nepal Students’ Union, the CPN-UML-aligned All Nepal National Free Student Union and the ANNISU-R have been demanding to scrap the voting rights of ‘fake’ students. 

May 20, 2013

SLC Result 2070

The result of SLC exam of 2070 is going to pubish in the first week of Ashad. Exam controller Khagraj baral told that, " there is the provisons of publishing result within 90 days of completion of exam, so office of the controller of examination is trying to pubish the result as soon as possible and the work for this is going in rapid pace.
He told that the answer sheets from 41 out of 60 testing center have been arrived and are waiting for the answer sheets of remaining 19 testing center. He also added that, checking the answer sheets have almost been completed for this year's SLC exam.
This year, SLC exam was started from 2069 Chaitra 1 and Five lakha, 47 thousands one hundred and sixty five students paricipated in the SLC exam.

May 16, 2013

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May 15, 2013

मुस्ताङमा जहाज दुर्घटना, ठूलो मानवीय क्षती हुन पाएन/ (Plane Crash in Jomsom)

पोखराबाट मुस्ताङका लागि उडेको नेपाल बायुसेवा निगमको 9 N ABO जहाज आज बिहान मुस्ताङस्थित जोमसोम बिमानस्थलमा दुर्घटना भएको छ ।
Plane Crash in Mustang May 2013

स्थानीय समाजसेवी एवं प्रत्यक्षदर्शी चन्द्रमोहन गौचनले एभिन्यूज टेलिभिजनलाई दिएको जानकारी अनुसार बिमान रनवेमा ल्याण्ड नगरी बाहिर ल्याण्ड भएको र अनियन्त्रित भई कालीगण्डकीको किनारमा खसेको थियो ।
बिमानमा विमानमा चालकदलका सुरेश केसी, श्री प्रधान र एसएम तामाङसहित ११ नेपाली यात्रु र ८ जना जापानी यात्रु रहेका थिए । बिमानमा सवार कसैको मृत्यु नभएको र बिमान आगलागी वा बिष्फोटसमेत नभएको गौचनले जानकारी दिनुभयो । बिमानको पखेटा भने भाँचिएको छ ।
Crashed Part of the plane

‘केही गम्भीर घाइते भएका छन, उहाँहरुलाई तारा एयरको बिमानमार्फत् पोखरा पठाउँदै छौं’- गौचनले भन्नुभयो-’ठूलो मानवीय क्षती हुनबाट बचेको छ ।’
नजिकै नेपाली सेनाको ब्यारेक रहेका कारण उनीहरुको तुरुन्तै उद्दार हुन सकेको थियो ।
Rescuing pax after the crash in Mustang.
 केहि यात्रुहरु हिडडुल गर्न सके पनी रेफर गरेर पोखरा ल्याइएका बिरामी भने अचेत अबस्थामा रहेका छन् । नेपाली सेना-प्रहरी र स्थानीय ले घाइतेहरुको उद्दार गरेका थिए । के कति कारणले बिमान दुर्घटना हुन पुग्यो त्यो भने थाहा हुन सकेको छैन! 

May 13, 2013

BBS and BBA: which one is better for you?

If you have just completed your +2 or PCL and so you are thinking of pursuing your career in Management stream, don’t panic. There are lots of programs in management stream available for you. Management is the most sought after disciplines at present for it prepares students to take up managerial responsibilities in all types of organizations by equipping them with essential skills to adapt to any situations. Management education also includes aspects like the development of entrepreneurial skills, leadership qualities, and problem solving abilities, amongst other.

There are lots of new subjects like Bachelor in Hotel Management (BHM), Bachelor in Information Management (BIM), Bachelor in Travels and Tourism Management (BTTM), Bachelor in Health Care Management (BHCM) along with the usual BBA and BBS under Management program. But if you are not in a mindset to pursue all those new subjects, & want to go for either BBS or BBA, here are some tips to help you make your choice.

BBS is a 3 years ( Now 4 years program has been started by TU) undergraduate course of TU. Students upon completion of BBS program with specialization in one of the area (Account or Finance) will have opportunities to join commercial banks, finance companies, insurance companies and other organizations in hotel and tourism sectors in Nepal. The graduate of BBS can also pursue MBA or MBS programs or even study CA. The BBS program affiliated with TU has been recognized by various foreign universities and professional bodies in Nepal. BBS degree opens the gate for managerial positions in governmental agencies as well as in governmental firms.

Similarly, BBA is a four-year program and has wider scope than the conventional three-year BBS program. Four-year graduation helps the students to get 16 years of schooling, an internationally accepted years of schooling to join the masters program in abroad universities. BBA encompasses both theoretical and practical knowledge. It’s an applied course that aims to prepare manpower capable of handling middle level managerial post. Apart form management it covers important part of Information Technology (IT) too. The BBA program usually includes general business courses and advanced courses for specific concentrations.

BBS program in Nepal is offered by only one university – Tribhuwan University (TU). But BBA is available at four different universities in Nepal, viz TU, Kathmandu University (KU), Pokhara University (PU) and Purwanchal University. On this ground, if you are opting for BBA, you will have multiple of options in comparison to BBS.
BBA is more expensive than BBS for it being a 4 years course and more a practical subject. BBA is a four years course, and four-year graduation helps the student to get 16 years of schooling, which would make them eligible to join Masters Program in any foreign countries. BBS graduates, on the other hand, will have difficulty applying for the master’s level studies in foreign nations.

Mirmee Multiple Campus, Mirmee, Syangja, Nepal.

And again if you are thinking of gaining some experiences in the Nepalese job market after completion of your bachelors, BBA will be an advantage. BBA for being more a practical program is given additional priority in the market. Private Banks and firms in Nepal prefer a BBA graduate to a BBS.

But again, if one targets for getting an MBA degree in Nepal, BBS will be an advantage. Because completing BBS program takes less time and money than completing BBA, but makes you eligible for an MBA degree. After completing an MBA both BBA and BBS graduates can have the same career platform. So, simply put, a BBS candidate can be one year ahead for an MBA degree than a BBA candidate.

May 9, 2013

Namate: This is Namaste Air by Pokhara based Entreprenuer!

Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has issued Air Operator’s Certificate to Namaste Nepalese Air (NNA) to operate on domestic routes.

The aviation sector regulator awarded the AOC after completing the company’s technical evaluation, operating condition and business plan, among others. With, the number of companies holding AOC to fly on domestic routes has reached 18. However, only 10 of them are presently in business.

According to a senior official at Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN), the airline has permission to operate flights to Kathmandu, Biratnagar, Bhadrapur, Nepalgunj, Dhangadi, Pokhara and Tumlingtar from its base in Bhairahawa.

CAAN has stopped giving Kathmandu as base station for airlines taking into consideration surface and air density at the Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA).

Namaste Nepalese Air is promoted by a group of investors led by Pokhara-based entrepreneur Raju KC. The airline is preparing to acquire one 48-seater ATR-42 and two 72-seater ATR-72s on lease, according to CAAN officials.

The officials said two other domestic carriers – Blue Airways and Swift – are also making preparations to start commercial operations soon.        Source: media center, TAAN

May 5, 2013

BB Air: A New Hope in Nepali Sky

BB Airways — promoted by treasurer of Non-Resident Nepalis Association Bhawan Bhatta — will start direct flights to Japan from October 13, 2012 shortening the distance between the two friendly nations to seven hours.
B B Airways, connecting South Asia with the East.         Bishnu Neupane

“The airlines will fly twice a week — on Wednesdays and Saturdays — to Narita airport from Kathmandu,” said chairman of the airlines Bhatta, adding that a two-way ticket will cost around Rs 120,000.

Addressing tour operators in Japan, he also urged friends of Nepal to promote the airlines as it will not only promote tourism but also open many avenues for development in Nepal.

Nepal Airlines, then Royal Nepal Airlines, used to fly directly to Japan almost a decade back, but after the ailing national flag carrier stopped its direct flights to Tokyo, Japanese tourists have to travel to Nepal through a longer route that is expensive and time consuming too.

Lately, the country has seen an increased flow of Japanese tourists to Nepal as Nepal is the birth place of Lord Buddha and Japanese people want to visit Nepal once in their lifetime, also due to Mt Everest, the highest mountain in the world.

“The 202-seater 757-200 ER Boeing — that has ICAO code ‘BBW’ and IATA code ‘BO’ — with eight business class seats will start its first flight on September 13 to Kuala Lumpur from Kathmandu,” said Bhatta, adding that the airlines will also start Hong Kong and Taiwan flights in September.

BB Airways has received permission to fly to Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Bangkok, New Delhi, Doha, Singapore and Japan.

Ref: thehimalayantimes

May 4, 2013

The Nepalese Young Entrepreneurs’ Forum (NYEF) elected its new Executive Committee (EC) through its 5th Annual General Meeting (AMG) held here in the capital on Saturday.

Immediate Past President Anuj Shrestha swore in the new Executive Committee members.

The new Committee is formed under the leadership of Ajay Pradhanang, Director of Fluer Himalaya Pvt. including Samir Thapa (Silver Mountain School of Hotel Management), Mangesh Lal Shrestha (CAS Trading House), Niranjan Shrestha (Sujal Foods and President of NYEF Pokhara Chapter), Anish Kabra (Home Care Products), Mr. Varun Lohia (Aarti Soap and Chemical Industries), Udeep Shrestha (Panchakanya Group), and Melee Shrestha (Soft Age Nepal).

The meeting also decided to amend the NYEF constitution and restructure the organisation into a corporate form whereby the operations will be handled by the directorate led by Alok Tumbahangphey and the EC will be converted into a Board.

The NYEF is a platform of young Nepali entrepreneurs working to encourage positive business thinking and to help would be entrepreneurs become successful through business networking and linkages, said the NYEF Directorate in a statement.

The organisation conducts events such as the biannual Made in Nepal exhibition and national and regional Young Entrepreneurs’ Summit.


May 2, 2013


Tourism is a collection of activities, services and industries that delivers a travel experience, including transportation, accommodations, eating and drinking establishments, retail shops, entertainment businesses, activity facilities and other hospitality services provided for individuals or groups traveling away from home. The World Tourism Organization (WTO) claims that tourism is currently the worlds largest industry with annual revenues of over $3 trillion dollars. The sum of the phenomena and relationships arising from the interaction of tourists, business suppliers, host governments and host communities in the process of attracting and hosting these tourists and other visitors.

Nepal is a small but very beautiful country. Tourism can be very important industry for our country. It has the highest mountain, Mt.Everest, the ever flowing Himalayan rivers, glaciers, large lakes, green valleys, and lovely water falls, the national parks in the Terai and Himalayan range are all the attractions for tourists. Lumbini, the birth place of Gautam Buddha, can be next attraction.
These all natural resources will be very important for our tourist industry. The tourists of different kinds will come to Nepal. Some will comes to see the natural resources, some to study its historical and religious places.

It needs a lot of money to set up other industries. But our natural beauty can be our capital for tourism. We can get many direct and indirect advantages from tourism. First of all, we can start hotels. We can sell our goods. Even farmers can get chance to sell their agricultural products.

However, some tourists may have criminal nature and commit crime any time. They may affect our traditional culture. For these all, the security system should be strict and we should be much careful.

It is important because it create many opportunity to our people who live in urban places where there are no good road or no road.If government can give good advertisement of our country than due to increment of of tourist we can improve our economy.