Friday, August 29, 2014

HSEB Exam Results 2071 Plus 2, +2 Science Exam results 2014 Nepal

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Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) Nepal is likely to publish results of 10+2 under science stream on Friday.

“Almost all the preparations have been completed. Most probably the results will be published today evening,” Krishna Ghimire, Deputy Controller at HSEB Nepal, told Republica.

The HSEB had conducted the exams of 10+2 under science stream in May. Over 300,000 examinees had appeared the exams this year.

At a time when the examinees are impatiently awaiting for their results, the SHEB officials informed about the results publishing today.

With the results publishing lately than the usual time, hundreds of examinees pursuing their higher studies in various universities have been hit hard.

It is learnt that the entrance test for engineering stream under Tribhuvan University has already been held while the test for medicine stream is scheduled for Sunday.

source: republica,28 august 2014

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Thursday, August 28, 2014

TU publishes Master's Level 1st year Exam form Fill up notice 2071; MBS 1st year,MA 1st year,M.Ed. 1st year,LLM 1st year

Tribhuvan University,Office of the controller of examination Balkhu has published the notice regarding Master's Level 1st year Exam form Fill up Notice for both partial and regular students. View notice below

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Guardians give HSEB three days to publish results

Bhaktapur:Guardians today served a three-day ultimatum to the Higher Secondary Education Board to publish the results of Grade XII exams held on May.

They have warned of stern protest if the board failed to publish the results within three days.

The guardians had picketed the HSEB office yesterday to exert pressure on officials to publish results at the earliest, saying their wards could miss application deadlines due to delay in the results.

Suprabhat Bhandari, president of Guardians Association Nepal, said, “The students have already missed entrance exams at various places due to delay in results. We have therefore asked HSEB officials to announce the results within three days.” He said delay in results could lead to loss of an academic year for students as many universities have already started classes for bachelor’s level.

“The Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, has already conducted the entrance exam for Bachelor’s in Engineering and Bachelor’s of Architecture and published their results while the entrance exam of MBBS is scheduled for August 31,” he added. He added that the HSEB had been delaying results for the last three years and that it should publicly apologise to the students.

As per rules, the HSEB should publish results within 90 days of exam, but the board has been overshooting the deadline for the last three years.

Narayan Koirala, Spokesperson of the HSEB, said that they were going to publish Grade XII results before August 28.

“We are working round-the-clock to publish the results,” said Koirala.

source: KOKILA KC,the himalayan times,26 august 2014

Monday, August 25, 2014

Making a career in Pharmacy

 “I had always been interested in learning about medicines so I decided to pursue the pharmacy course,” shares Barsha Shakya, who completed her Bachelor’s in Pharmacy (BPharm) from National Model College of Advanced Learning (NMCAL) in Naya Bazaar a few months ago.

While pursuing the four-year course, she got to learn about many things she was curious about. “Effects of various types of drugs on human body, process of making of tablets and capsules and herbal medicines among others were the most interesting things I learned in my college,” she reminisces.

Sharing about the scope of learning pharmacy, Prajwal Jung Pandey, Head of Marketing of LUMOS Pharmaceuticals, informs that after pursuing a formal education on pharmacy, individuals have many choices regarding their career.

Having completed her postgraduate degree in Pharmacy from Kathmandu University, he observes, “After pursuing a pharmacy course, one can get involved in research labs, drug industries, hospital pharmacy, community pharmacy or government/non-government organizations.” He adds that the subject has wide scopes abroad, too.Barsha, who is currently working as the Pharmacy In-charge at Annapurna Neuro Hospital in Maitighar says that her job is as interesting as was her studies. “We’re required to supply medicines to the patients of the hospitals and keep record of the same for future references,” she shares. She also has to provide counseling to the patients regarding the use of drugs, their timings, doses and side effects.

Likewise, Prabin Shrestha, after completing a three-year diploma course in Pharmacy from Nepal Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS) in Boudha, started working as a pharmacist in the shop ‘Pawan Pharma’ located in Paknajole.

“Many patients come to us with their problems before going to a doctor or a hospital,” he shares, adding, “We prescribe a medicine if the ailment is minor and curable. If the case is a serious one, we suggest the patient to go to a doctor first.” Prabin says that pharmacists need to feel responsible toward the quality of the medicines they supply.

Besides giving consultation on the drug use and supplying medicines, his pharmacy also provides basic services like Blood Pressure testing and vaccination of tetanus, rabies and hepatitis.

Adding to what Prajwal said about the scope of studying pharmacy, Prabin shares that individuals also can pursue the career of Medical Representative (MR) and maintain good PR with many people in the field. “If one is passionate about sharing the knowledge in formal institutes, one can opt for teaching, too,” he points out.

When it comes to significance of learning pharmacy, Prajwal emphasizes that pharmacists play a major role in creating awareness about the proper use of drugs.

“After years of theoretical studying, and having come across many ailment cases on a daily basis, pharmacists have ample knowledge about various drugs and their uses,” he says. In a country like Nepal, where doctors are still scarce and not readily available, pharmacists can aid patients in need by suggesting them the right course of medication that could even save their lives.

“In many western countries, pharmacists also perform many clinical practices as doctors do, and this trend is slowly increasing in Nepal, too,” he observes, suggesting that this is a great achievement. If better technical assistance and more advanced theoretical knowledge are incorporated in pharmacy courses, pharmacists can help improve the health status of the country, he concludes.

source: SUPRASANNA ARYAL, republica,25 august 2014

HSEB Exam Results 2071 2014 Science, Management: Guardians picket HSEB demanding early results

BHAKTAPUR: Guardians of Grade XII students today picketed the office of the Higher Secondary Education Board demanding that the board publish the results of Grade XII exams at the earliest.

Suprabhat Bhandari, president, Guardians Association Nepal, said that delay by HSEB to publish Grade XII results could result in loss of a year for students, as many universities within the country and abroad have already started classes for bachelor’s level.

The Institute of Engineering, Tribhuvan University, has already conducted entrance exams for Bachelor’s in Engineering and Bachelor’s of Architecture.

“Calendars followed by universities are not in sync,” he said. “Students have to suffer due to lack of coordination between government bodies and universities.”

As per existing rules, the HSEB should publish results within 90 days of exam, but this time the board has overshot the deadline. Grade XII exams were held on May 2 this year, going by which the results should have been out by the second week of August.

Uttam Dev Bista, Deputy Controller, HSEB, said the board was planning to publish results within a week. He attributed the delay to ‘some technical glitches’.

“Last year results were published by the end of Shrawan (mid-August), but this year results got delayed for various reasons including a strike by examiners,” said Bista.

According to Bista, results of science stream will be published first and results of other streams will be published accordingly.

Guardians have said that the will continue to picket the HSEB office to press officials to publish the results at the earliest.

source:the himalayan times,25 august 2014

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