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  Indie Journalism Nepal To Hold Video Workshop
    KATHMANDU, Sept 2:Indie Journalism Nepal, a collective network of young enthusiasts who have a keen interest in media and have been working hard to make it approachable for people, is organizing a week of workshop called ‘The Art of Video Storytelling’ from September 7 at Kalaa Bhandar, Yogshala, in Chabahil.

The workshop which is being organized in association with Kalaa Bhandar and Dirgha Creation will teach the participants about visual communication, scripting, frames and shots, editing, music and sound, and screening.

  ENGAGE Scholarships Open For Visually Impaired Students
    KATHMANDU, Sept 2:In collaboration with Nepal Association for the Welfare of the Blind (NAWB), National Association of the Blind (NAB), Cricket Association of Nepal, Blinds Rock and Abilis Foundation, 2014 ENGAGE presented the new ‘Guiding Hands Program’ at NAWB office on Monday. ‘Guiding Hands Program’ is the volunteering program providing learning support to visually impaired Nepali students.

The application deadline being September 12, six most needy Nepali students with visual impairment will be receiving the scholarships. In order to apply, the applicant should be studying in a national learning education above grade 11. Only those individuals are allowed to apply who are unable to read normal letter in ink and with “two most serious level of visual impairment”, states the press release.

  Looking Through The ‘real’ Life

Saugat Upadhyay

It’s really an amazing world we live in. Our forecasts often go wrong, but we never give up making predictions. Time has an important part to play in this beautiful venture. But unfortunately, we don’t value it as much as we should. Some say one shouldn’t be bound to time and enjoy life without any boundaries or restrictions while others, who are time-bound and follow a routine in their daily lives, say that perfection isn’t possible to achieve, yet they give a go for it

  Applications Open For SamYuBaa Team Building Training
    KATHMANDU, Sept 2:If you feel for the rich heritage of Kathmandu and would like to have the knowledge and skills and heritage protection and promotion, you can be a part of the Sampada Ka Lagi Yuwa Ra Balbalika (SamYuBaa) Team Building Training, applications for which are now open.

The training has been organized by Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) Office and Heritage Division in coordination with SamYuBaa Network.

  Engineering Scholarships For Nepali Students
    KATHMANDU, Sept 1: BML Munjal University in Gurgaon, India is giving away scholarships to Nepali students who want to pursue engineering there.

Education Park at Civil Mall in Sundhara, which has been assigned to regulate the scholarship procedure in Nepal has opened applications for students who have passed +2 in Science, said Bhupendra Sitaula, Chairperson of the Park.

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