Daily Archives: 1 July, 2013

Aryaa Rajouria   Ullens School The exams have been over, yet the most stressful part of being a post-10th grader remains. It is that time of the year again, overstuffed with applications and interviews. The final results come in, and it is time to make a decision.  Some higher education institutes […]


World Nepal We are students that go to a school that is very involved in fundraising for organizations to help support education in less privileged countries. As students, we are trying to raise awareness for a school in Nepal. Our teacher contacted a Nepalese teacher who founded a school in […]

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“SOS Children – a charity where deeds speak louder than words” The Dalai Lama Choosing a charity When the Dalai Lama said that  we were “a charity where deeds speak louder than words” doubtless  he knew there are lots of ways to choose a particular charity (for example through which […]

SOS Children Charity

(Source: Nepalnews.com, 17 July 2010) Link: http://www.nepalnews.com/main/index.php/news-archive/8-news-in-brief/7634-nepali-youths-run-in-london-to-support-schools.html A group of Nepali youths — who took part in the British 10 K run in London last week — have called upon all to support their initiative to raise funds for three schools in Nepal. Members of ‘Run for Change Nepal,’ a  UK-based […]

Nepali youths run in London ...

    Ishwaree Neupane In recent years, globalisation of the world economy has helped to bring unprecedented demand for a great diversification in higher education. At the same time, higher education is being challenged by new opportunities related to technological advances that drive innovation in both education and research. Higher […]

Challenges in Education reform in ...

From poverty to slavery, Pramila, 15, from Nepal, has faced extreme challenges in going to school – and she’s seen far too many girls from her community suffer the same fate. “Because of poverty, I have had many problems in keeping up my education,” says Pramila. “My family couldn’t afford […]

Journeys to school: Nepal