Generation Next

9th August 2012

Nirmal Acharya, who has achieved his goal of working in an educational institute, tells us about the importance for setting your goals early and working towards achieving them.

9th August 2012

Youths of the Far west have united for a noble cause, the conservation of their local forest. Their attempts to save the forest are quite interesting and inspiring.

9th August 2012

I am a physically handicapped girl. I have a pen friend and now he has placed his proposal to me via phone, but I have not yet accepted his proposal that’s because I fear he might leave me since I have not told him about my physical disability. I was doing well in my studies but these days I am having problems coping with my disability and it has affected my studies.

9th August 2012

Your family expects you to marry a nice girl and settle down but your attractions lay within the same sex. How will you cope with this situation? A friend from Jhapa writes in expressing a similar problem; the team deals with issues like importance of determining your sexuality and convincing your family about your decision.

25th July 2012

I belong to a Dalit caste and I'm from a financially weak family. I have gone through a lot of hardships to study till the 12th grade. I want to do my Bachelors but my poor financial condition is preventing me from pursuing my goal. My father opts for a loan with high interest rates but the question is – How will I ever pay back the loan? I have loved music, radio and TV ever since I was a kid and I really want to enter those industries, but how do I fulfill my dreams?

19th April 2012

Youths from Kholpur, Banke prepares series of steps to save a massive forest. They now plan to make into community forest divided into four major sector as major source of economy. The produced products to be exported nationwide as identity of west as well as to improve the living standards.

15th February 2012

The importance of education is emphasized through these words of US President, when he said, 'In an economy where knowledge is the most valuable commodity a person and a country have to offer, the best jobs will go to the best educated - whether they live in the United States or India or China'. He makes a very important observation, pertaining to the need of education in holding a good job and flourishing in a successful career. He also announced $4.35 billion in competitive grants as part of the Race to the Top initiative to bolster education reform.