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  Attending Evening Classes
    KATHMANDU, July 23: Samrat Kishor Chhetri’s life has changed a little after deciding to pursue an MBA degree from Kathmandu Don Bosco College in Balkumari. Unlike during the previous years of his student life, he’s now required to go to college at 5:30 PM. His classes run till 8:45 PM.

Currently holding the position of assistant in the HR and administration department of Upper Solu Hydroelectric Company Pvt Ltd at Narayanchaur, he rushes off to his college as soon as office is over.

  SLC Results To Be In New Grading System
       Ruby Rauniyar  
    KATHMANDU, July 22: The government will be introducing a grading system while publishing SLC results from the coming year.

The grading system has been prepared by the Curriculum Development Center and was officially passed by the National Curriculum Development and Evaluation Council last week. The Council will function under the Ministry of Education.

  Days Of Our Lives
        Shitosh Parajuli  

  Explore Visual Storytelling With Young Cuts
    KATHMANDU, July 22: If you are enthusiastic about filmmaking and storytelling through the visual medium, Onion Films has an interesting workshop for next month.

The filmmaking workshop, ‘Young Cuts! The accountability film-school’, is a 20-day project, set to begin from August 5. Through this workshop, the organizers look forward to encouraging young people to tell stories that will ‘make citizens and power-holders more accountable’.

  A Passionate Lecturer
    KATHMANDU, July 21: Nabin Neupane, 26, was always inspired by his teachers, but it was in high school that he took this inspiration to a new level and decided to make teaching his career. Originally from Butwal, Nabin is associated with Kathmandu Engineering College (KEC) as a Lecturer for two years now. A graduate in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the same college, he previously worked as an Assistant Lecturer for a year at Lumbini Engineering College, Butwal, in 2011. He now teaches Digital Signal Processing to undergraduate students of engineering, and will be teaching Computer Programming in the next semester.

Here, Neupane talks about his career, his love for teaching and his future plans.

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