Every year +2 graduates in Nepal who are interested about computers in general, face a great difficulty in choosing what they should study. Computer Engineering (TU) or BSc.CSIT (TU). While there’s no definite and an exact answer for that as each of these courses have their own pros and cons, this post tries to make… Read More The Ultimate Guide to Computer Engineering (TU) and BSc.CSIT (TU)
Nepal is a small country between China and India and also has a small economy . It may be a small country but has huge potential as it is between a critical location i.e between two booming economies . Even though it may be in a ideal location it still has may things that may… Read More Nepal’s strengths and weaknesses in international trade
Agriculture is the major occupation for the Nepalese and has been throughout its history but due to high amount of people leaving for foreign employment as well as climate and social/political problems it has slowly started to decline . Lets look at the current status of agriculture in Nepal : Nepal’s agriculture is dominated by… Read More Status of Agriculture in Nepal
Ah! It’s that time of the year again. You’ve just completed your SLC and there are random people on the street shoving flyers to your face. Some will even invite you in their office and give you reasons why you should join their Bridge Course. You’ll probably see tons of bridge course advertisements on newspapers… Read More Is a Bridge Course really “that” necessary?
Nepal is a country rich with water resources which have Hugh supply potential for technical and household purposes . But the main problem is supplying water to the high density areas like capital city. The country has been continuously having a hard time to cope with the high degree of water needed by its people.… Read More Nepal’s Water Supply
Following India’s month old unofficial economic blockade on Nepal, an Indian citizen has started a new hash tag trend: #ModiHimalayanBlunder.