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November 2017

Developing the Lifelong Learning Attitude

Since ages, we have believed that learning is a lifelong process which helps us not only in gaining knowledge and updating it, but also in overcoming our weaknesses, failures and hurdles. This not only applies to our daily lives but also to our professional . . . Read more »


October 2017

Ethical Business in Budding Managers

Ethical Business in Budding Managers

The concept of business ethics may have different meanings for different people or management, but in general it refers to right or wrong actions in business practices. It balances the economic and . . . Read more »


September 2017

Develop Your Personality Before Facing The Music

Develop Your Personality Before Facing The Music

The Vedantic concept of personality development is based on the concept of perfection of each soul and self-confidence for the realisation and manifestation of this inner knowledge. This establishes . . . Read more »


August 2017

Shaping Educational Organisations for Tomorrow

Shaping Educational Organisations for Tomorrow

Educational organisations are expected to shape students of the future and if we talk about professional education, in today’s context, the expectation is crystal clear. In fact, the vision for . . . Read more »


Laws of The Land

Laws of The Land

By Madan Lamsal

There are many who complain that there is nothing in Nepal and that the government here does nothing. But these people don't know that the government has formulated so many laws in Nepal that it seems to have become the country with the highest number of laws. . . . read more »