• Adb Development Indicators
    amounting to $603.25 million and technical assistance (TA) of $148.31 million. Assistance supports work in agriculture and natural resources, education, water supply and other municipal infrastructure and services, transport, information and communication technology, finance, energy, public sector...
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  • Determinants of the Economic Development in Nepal
    , most of the students in Nepal are getting general education. They do not have apt knowledge and skill of technical and practical education. Fourthly, the job opportunity in Nepal is very limited. So the problems of unemployment produced criminal activities in Nepal. Education Modern education in...
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  • Contribution of World Bank in Nepal
    #3What is the contributions of World Bank in your country. World Bank group was founded in Nepal in the year 1962 with the mission of freeing the Nepalese economy from poverty. The World Bank Group has been a development partner in Nepal for almost five decades, providing financing, technical...
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  • Computer Education
    Most educationists are emphasizing in technical and vocational education. These educations are possible with the use of ICT ,which is introduced in schools through computer education. Internet is parts of computer education in our schools in Nepal.We are talking about “New Nepal”. It could be...
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  • Importance of Computer
    think so. If them to get a job. We can spread both kind of education together. But,  technical education has been a need of time. My country Nepal My country Nepal is surrounding by two countries. China lies in the east side and west, north and south is cover by India. It is in the northern hemisphere...
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  • Business Analysis
    resource for the development of nation. • Decreased level of social and economic infrastructure: The health and education system are the primary backbone of a country. However, Nepal lacks the good infrastructure of health and education. Education and economic growth are positively related. When...
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  • SOP for Diploma in IT
    Statement of Purpose I, Sital Madi Gautam, a resident of Bharatpur Municipality Ward No - 2, Kshetrapur, Chitwan, Nepal have completed my Higher Secondary Level education and am in seek of pursuing a foreign degree and applying for Australia, one of the best and adequate destinations for students...
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  • Bio Gas
    benefits from reduced indoor pollutions and livelihood enhancement from income generation opportunities such as masonry available in this sector. Potential of Biogas in Nepal Livestock plays an important role in the Nepalese farming system. The cattle are kept close to farmhouse and in many cases...
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  • Essay
    out Grameen banking system in the Nepalese context. How it has been started and why Grameen is important in the Nepalese context. • The second objective of the paper is to share the experiences of Grameen in Nepal, analyze the major opportunities and challenges, and suggest how Grameen can be more...
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  • Analysis of Rights and Duties in Nepal
    important tools and play a crucial role in creating gender equality in society. (Updated version of the published article in Workers News 32, March 2002) Women's Movement Scenario in Nepal Nepal is one of the least developed countries in the world. Our socio-economic life...
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  • E-Commerce Study in Nepal
    of time. Ironically, it is well believed that it has multiplier effects on other key areas of development, like education, technical infrastructure development, enhanced governance etc, of developing countries like Nepal, which makes it quite attractive. Hence, it is high time for us to realize its...
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  • marketing plan of royal nepal airlines
    international level. It has been providing service to the citizens moving in and out of the country for employment, education and holiday purpose. It used to operate the mountain flights for the tourist visiting Nepal in early days but it ceased this operation due to lack of sufficient aircrafts. It has...
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  • Statement of Purpose
    Statement of Purpose Born in a country with a large number of rivers, the interest in Hydraulics and Hydrology prodded in me since I started my Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering. The fact that Nepal is one of the richest countries in water resource always used to make me prouder. Therefore...
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  • Strategic Change
    the government only to the creation of a conducive atmosphere for market regulated economic decision making. |   | | Hydropower development was the most important sector opened for private sector participation, which until then was under the exclusive domain of the Nepal Electricity Authority (a...
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  • srilanka
    has a residential Embassy in Kathmandu since 1993. Nepal and Sri Lanka are the founder members of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) and are also the members of another regional organization called Bay of Bengal Initiatives for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic...
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  • Earthquake Riks and Schools in Kathmandu
    intensity of risks during earthquake. In a country which is very prone to earthquake like Nepal, to achieve a safer and healthy community, the involvement of school through disaster education and school safety programs are inevitable and urgent. Hence, safer schools are necessary to prevent lives of...
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  • Women's Empowerment
    agricultural development Agriculture is important to women, but there are some of the major handicaps in overall development of women including limited education, limited education, limited access to input & credit, inadequate technical competency, limited exposure to mass media (Santra and Kundu...
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  • Fostering Youth to Become Champions of Tomorrow
    this will lead us towards a more equal and democratic world. The problem facing by youth is the lack of technical education. If youth is trained and educated in the right manner, they will play a very constructive role in nation building. They will help the government and state and...
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  • Participation of Women in Travel Agency
    political, social, and economic and health status which are women's status components. (CBS, 2011) More than 80% of women in Nepal live in rural areas. They have no education and are typically poor and untrained. They cannot do job which requires proper education so most of the women are unfit for...
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  • tourism in nepal
    , lack of modern technical use and lack of commercialization.  Like agriculture, manufacturing sector is also not very good in Nepal it has provided only 10 percent employment and it has only 20 percent contribution on gross domestic product. There has a lots of investment and efforts to developed...
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