• impact of tourism on traditional culture of namo buddha
    tourism on traditional culture of NamoBudhha Submitted to International School of Tourism and Hotel Management Dillibazar, Kathmandu, Nepal Submitted by SanamAcharya 4th semester Section D 2014 August Declaration I hereby declare that this study entitled “Impact of Tourism...
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  • Meet the Brics
    Tibet and Nepal for social survey, I do realize the relationship between India and China, from the quantities of the military garrison troops, also the new built in 2006 Sky Road (Beijing-Lhasa railway), the new airport start in service in Ngari prefecture in 2010 July where very nearby Nepal and Kashmir...
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  • Importance of Sports
    originated. Teaching non-traditional (or non-native) sports provides a great opportunity to integrate academic concepts from other subjects as well (social studies from the example above), which is required of every P.E. teacher these days. There are also many different models that have been created...
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  • Research question
    Analysis 1- How is the Nepal tourism industry? ............................................................................. 10 General background of Nepal tourism industry ............................................................................ 10 Current offering of Nepal tourism industry .......
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  • Hello
    of Tourism in Lumbini, Nepal: A Case Study Pradeep Acharya∗ 1. Introduction Tourism is a very familiar affair in human life. It has been an industry of vast dimensions and ultimately supports economic growth and social development. In order to promote tourism in Nepal, the ninth five year plan...
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  • Acheiving Million Development Goals for India
    inconsistent. And So I, Master Gourav Agarwal is trying to bring about some little changes and awaken the thousands sleeping people through my words in this Essay to ensure better quality of life in this country and hence the whole world. MDGs: How Should We Deliver On This Promises Every year, we see in...
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  • Social Impact of Armed Conflict in Nepal
    Social Impact of Armed Conflict in Nepal Cause and Impact Ms. Anjana Shakya Research Team Leader SIRF 2006 Submitted: May 6, 2009 Social Impact of Armed Conflict in Nepal – Cause and Impact 0 Foreword This research process has been not only a project or academic exercise but a journey into...
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  • Slide
    Geography of India Geography of Egypt Geography of Mesopotamia Geography of Greece Geography of Rome Society Types Foraging Social Nomadic Egalitarian nature Leaders based on age, strength, courage, intelligence Organized in small clans- 20-30 Led by strongest male Organized hunts ...
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  • Global legal perspective of live-in relationships
     Sociology- I Essay on ‘The Global Perspective of the Legal Aspects of Live-in Relationships’ Submitted By Nipasha Mahanta, B.A L.LB (Hons.), First Year, Section-A Student’s ID- 213140 Introduction Our country, India, has sour perceptions to the concept of live-in...
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  • Respect
    Reclaiming Cultural and Social Diversity: Mobilizing Youth for National Harmony and Peace: the Search for Resources Within Students Essays 0 Reclaiming Cultural and Social Diversity: Mobilizing Youth for National Harmony and Peace: the Search for Resources Within Contents Acknowledgements...
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  • youth peace
    Foreword The International Essay Contest for Young People is one of the peace education programs sponsored by the Goi Peace Foundation. The annual contest, which started in the year 2000, is a UNESCO/Goi Peace Foundation joint program since 2007. The United Nations has designated 2001-2010 as...
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  • communal harmony
    Role of Teacher in promoting National Integration, Peace and Sustainable Harmony Introduction: Communal problems in India have reached an endemic proportion. Each and every part of India is being affected by this problem. More and more people are becoming conscious about their own community. ‘National...
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  • Jail Industry in Nepal
    like Udayapur Cement Industry (government) and many private cement factories. Hetauda cement industry is the single company to produce clinker in Nepal. It has the very good credit over the market. The capacity of the Industry is 750 Metric Ton per day or 16000 bags of Cement per day. The annual capacity...
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  • Siddharth
    relegated to a secondary position in comparison to their male counterparts in all walks of life. They lag far behind the males in terms of economic, social and political attainments. Today, India has reached the population of billion as against 301 million in 1951. In 2001 India has relegated China to...
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  • English honers
    Essay Topic: Computer Literacy/ Computer Education -Is Computer Literacy Becoming The Need Of Today? The modern age is the age of computers. Computers provide the wide range of education and executive software. Information technology has achieved a great success. Use of computers is widely spread. It...
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  • Bhutanese Refugee in Nepal: Problems and Challenges
    Recommendations BIBLIOGRAPHY APPENDICES I. Map of Bhutan and its Neighbors II. Map showing Refugee affected area of Nepal III. Profile of Bhutan Chapter - One Bhutanese Refugees in Nepal: Problems and Challenges 1. General Background: Refugee problem is seen as a world wide problem in 21st century...
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  • Work
    Health Organization consultant to the Department of Environment, India. He is the coauthor of Hindu Religion and the Environmental Crisis. In this essay, Dwivedi argues that a profound environmental ethics, consisting in satyagraha (the persistent quest for truth) permeates Hinduism. Hinduism holds to...
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  • Juvenile Justice System in Nepal
    term paper on juvenile justice system in nepal Juvenile Justice System 1. Introduction: Juvenile are the children below the age of 18 years. Nepalese legal system considers a child as juvenile if he is below the age of 16. Those juvenile consider children are...
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  • Women Empowerment
    part of the yearly appraisal process; and new indicators to track results. 'Gender mainstreaming' was defined by the United Nations Economic and Social Council in 1997 as 'a strategy for making women's as well as men’s concerns and experiences an integral dimension of...the policies and programmes...
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  • Brainstorming Essay Idea
    assumptions false? EXAMINE BIASES 1. What some of your own social, economic, religious, or cultural biases as they relate to this topic? 2. What influence do these biases have on your perspective on X? 3. How might a Buddhist monk in Nepal view the same problem? 4. How about a French Intellectual...
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