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Thursday, May 28, 2015

List of Jobs at NGOs, INGOs, Social Work,Peace/ Development Sector, Embassies in Nepal


Career in NGOs/ INGos/ Embassies/ Development sector is one of the most sought after career paths in Nepal.Various vacancies have been announced by these sectors in last few weeks. Given below are some of the popular announcements:

Senior Program Officer wanted at WWF
Deadline:10 June 2015

> Senior Programme Assistant Wanted at UNHCR
Deadline:10 june 2015

> Job Openings at Institute for Integrated Development Studies (IIDS)
Deadline:10 june 2015

> Vacancy announcement from JICA
Deadline:10 june 2015

> Vacancy announcement from GIZ
Deadline:10 june 2015

> Vacancy from HELVETAS Swiss Intercooperation nepal
Deadline:11 june 2015

> Policy Analyst Wanted at UNDP
Deadline:15 june 2015

> Various Positions Wanted at Heifer International Nepal
Deadline: 31 May 2015

> Local Peace Worker Wanted at Collective Campaign for Peace (COCAP)
Deadline:5 June 2015

> Surveillance and Research Officer Wanted at FHI 360
Deadline:2 June 2015

> Vacancy from Nepal Children's Organization
Deadline: 28 May 2015

> Various Positions Wanted at Poverty Alleviation Fund
Deadline: 3 June 2015

> Vacancy announcement from SALGP
Deadline: 9 June 2015

> Career Opportunities at WWF Nepal
Deadline:31 May 2015

> Operations Assistant Wanted at Asian Development Bank
Deadline:3 June 2015

> Senior Project Officer Wanted at Asian Development Bank
Deadline:3 June 2015

> Vacancy announcement from Habitat for Humanity Nepal
Deadline:3 June 2015

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Discovery to air documentary on Nepal earthquake


 Discovery Channel is broadcasting documentary ‘Earthquake: Disaster in Nepal’ on April 25 devastating earthquake that claimed lives of over 8,000 people.The documentary will be aired at 9:15 pm NST on June 8, according to Discovery India.

The channel said the documentary will feature expert interviews and seismic simulations to explain the science behind the earthquakes, footage of the rescue operations in Kathmandu, news reports from around the globe and exclusive glimpses of new technology and research being developed to help humanity better predict and cope with natural events such as earthquakes.

The program will also feature first-hand accounts from those who survived the natural disaster, from a mother whose baby was buried for 22 hours and a student who was crushed under a multi-story building in the city’s Durbar Square, to a newlywed couple caught up in the avalanche at Everest’s Base Camp 1.

source: republica, 28 may 2015

Career Opportunity at Ace Capital Limited

Deadline: 7 june 2015

Senior Program Officer wanted at WWF

Deadline:10 June 2015

List of Jobs at Airline,Tourism, Hospitality Industry in Nepal

Tourism and Hospitality industry is one of the most sought after career paths in Nepal.Various vacancies have been announced by tourism/ hospitality related industries in last few weeks. Given below are some of the popular announcements:

> Vacancy announcement from Hyatt Regency Kathmandu
Deadline:5 June 2015

> Vacancy notice rom The Summit Hotel Pvt. Ltd.
Deadline:31 May 2015

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List of Jobs at Medical, Nursing, Healthcare, Hospital and Pharmaceuticals Industry in Nepal

Career in Medical, Healthcare and Pharmaceuticals sector is one of the most sought after career paths in Nepal.Various vacancies have been announced by these sectors in last few weeks. Given below are some of the popular announcements:

> Various Positions Wanted at Taurus Pharma
Posted on kantipur,27 may 2015
Deadline:3 june 2015

> HRM and Plant Manager Wanted at Magnus Pharma P. Ltd.
Deadline: 15 June 2015


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TU students return to capital to resume studies


"Say they might have lost homes and property in districts but have not lost hope‚ fighting spirit"

The massive earthquake of April 25 prompted an exodus from the capital city to districts. People in huge numbers left Kathmandu to join their families back home. They included students.

One month after the devastating quake, students of the University Campus, Kirtipur, have now started to return to resume their studies.

Tribhuvan University, the biggest and oldest campus of the country, is set to resume regular class from June 5.

Mahesh Guragain, an MSc second semester student at the Central Department of Physics, who lost his three-storey mud house to the quake in Gorkha Bazaar, arrived in the capital yesterday after rebuilding a temporary shelter. “Though my family lost all what we had, I returned to Kathmandu to resume my studies. Lost property can be made again, I cannot get back lost years. I must complete my studies,” he said.

Madhusudan Bhattarai, an MA second year student at the Central Department of English, who was asked to vacate his rented room by his house owner after the quake, has also returned to the capital from his hometown Butwal.

“The varsity has decided to resume classes from June 5, so I am back,” said Bhattarai, who arrived today.

Ashmina Jha, an MBS second semester student at the Central Department of Management, came back to Kathmandu from Janakpur on Monday. “The room I had rented in Panga has developed deep cracks. I need find another room.”

Finding new rooms is going to be another challenge for students who have to struggle to focus on studies after the disaster.

There are more than 10,000 students enrolled in the campus for Master’s degree for 2014-2015 academic session. They come from all 75 districts. Many of them have either lost their houses back home or the rooms they had rented in Kathmandu, as they were told to vacate them. What none of them has lost though is hope and fighting spirit.

There are four faculties — Humanities and Social Sciences, Education, Management, and Science and Technology — and 31 departments in the University Campus.

Tribhuwan University had issued a notice on April 26, stating that the varsity will remain closed till May 3 as it had suffered damaged in the University Campus and its constituent campuses.

TU itself has suffered damage in its various buildings, particularly the Central Office, Central Library, Research Centre for Applied Science and Technology. According a preliminary estimate, the loss is to the tune of Rs 2 billion.

TU then again on May 2 said the University Campus and its constituent campuses would remain closed till June 4.

Officials have said the University Campus and TU’s constituent campuses will start regular classes from June 5 so that the academic calendar could be maintained.

“Despite huge loss and damage in buildings, we are determined to provide education to students. We are trying our best to even relocate the students of certain departments and will run classes in three shifts,” said TU Vice Chancellor Hira Bahadur Maharjan. “We are making efforts to build pre-fabricated huts to resume classes to ensure that the academic calendar does not get hampered.'

source: the himalayan times,28 may 2015

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