KATHMANDU, May 22: Career decisions aren’t easy to make. And even when we’ve decided what we want to do in life, we’re presented with many hurdles that we have to overcome. Four students from Herald International College in Maharajgunj share their career plans and anticipations on this week’s edition of Campus Talk.
The participants, Anjana Adhikari, Anita Bastola, Ranjita Bhattarai and Anupa Ramudamu are all first year students of Bachelors in Business Studies (BBS) at Herald International.
KATHMANDU, May 22: It’s refreshing to hang out with friends, especially after a hard day’s study. The students enrolled in the various Bachelors and Masters programs at Pulchowk Campus of Institute of Engineering in Patan Dhoka, have many options that they can turn to when it comes to filling up their stomachs or relaxing over a cup of tea or in between short breaks and after college hours.
The large campus area of Pulchowk Campus itself has three canteens in its premises that students can choose to go to – the Central Canteen, the Hostel Canteen and E Café. Each place has its own attractions for students and provides the regular momo-chowmein menu. However, the Hostel canteen is preferred by many for its very reasonable prices. Whereas, when the craving for a Newari Khaja Set calls, students go to the Central Canteen.
Film Southasia 2013 calls for entries
KATHMANDU, May 22: A presentation of the Southasian identity through films and documentaries, the ninth edition of the biennial festival, Film Southasia (FSA) 2013 is scheduled to take place in Kathmandu from October 3 to 6.
Run by the non-profit The Southasia Trust, FSA 2013 is currently calling for submissions for non-fiction films and documentaries. Films made after Jan 1, 2011 about Southasia or the Southasian Diaspora are eligible for this festival while the festival is open to filmmakers from all parts of the world.
“There’s a lot of cross cultural exchange between the West and the East but very little of it within the Southasian region,” Nayantara Gurung Kakshapati, the Director of the festival highlights the significance of the festival.