People beyond e-readiness are also waging in digital war of text


Airport in Kolkata

Kathmandu – Kolkata, 1 May 2016 – Digital war is waging in few communities and group edging social activities within digital supremacy. People with digital technology are rendering their social calendar with deep meaning of digital mediation nowadays. But, not only few people but also significant people, who are left beyond e-readiness in Nepal, are not still out of range of digital war in Nepal since digital technology is also securing its marks in concurrent politics in Nepal and politic always governs all interest of civic. I found some people on the way of traveling to Kalyani University, Kolkata who symbolically represent those people beyond e-readiness in Nepal but they are also indirectly connected with digital war in their area.

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Service Architecture for Information System

KATHMANDU (RMB Tech), 9 April 2016 – Service Architecture seems sometimes very lengthy and complex phenomena in computing only if it needs to render few unclassified information or documents. It is technical diplomacy of mechanical or software actors involved in process of information processing in order to produce human readable document. Service architecture provides interface to render data to process further into next module producing presentable information – as human could read in their own way. Making human readable information is spinoff multiple processes involved – data retrieving, merging, calculating and modification. Observing those multiple processes, major three modules – data service, web service, and presentation service – can be considered in service architecture for Information System in which centralized service architecture is nowadays widely being used for data security, data integrity and consistency in cloud. It is also used for desktop software too. Continue reading “Service Architecture for Information System”

E-Readiness of Okhaldhunga Observing Conflict

OneDegree InitiationThere is no doubt that slow social-economic development and lack of literacy over the years are major indicators to support ICT priority in Okhaldhunga. Though there are relatively improvement in terms of ICT and priority set by government and corporation in Okhaldhunga; low literacy and lack of ICT policies and political agenda are in front to block ICT penetration of the ICT among people. Incline degree of MDG of Nepal also contributes to increase ICT priority in Okhaldhunga.

A glance of software conflict in Nepal

नेपालका सफ्टवेर कम्पनीहरुले साधारण तय सफ्टवेर निर्माण गर्दा पहिले Visual Basic, अहिले नयाँ नयाँ सफ्टवेर डिभेलपमेन्त गर्ने टुलहरु – जस्तै Visual स्टुडियो डट्नेट्, डेल्फी, विन्टरदेव अनी यस्तै ओपेन source पनि पर्‍योग गर्गछन । ती सफ्टवेर कम्पनीहरुले आफ्नो सफ्टवेर बनाउन license version सफ्टवेर डिभेलपमेन्त टुल प्रोयोग गरेको छ कि छैन भन्ने नै पहिलो प्रश्न हुन्छ । अनाधिक्रित license सफ्टवेर बाट बनेको सफ्टवेर अधिकारिक हुन्छ कि हुँदैन । समस्या सफ्टवेरको सोर्स कोड चोरी को मात्र नभएर सफ्टवेर कम्पनीहरुले पनी अफुले सफ्टवेर कम्पनी को मन्यतालाई लागु गरेको छ या छैन भन्ने पनि हो । अवस्ये पनि source कोड चोरी गर्नु अपराध हो तर सफ्टवेर कम्पनीहरु पनि अब आँफै सझाक हुनु हजुरी छ । कती नेपाली सफ्टवेर कम्पनीहरुले license version सफ्टवेर डिभेलपमेन्त टुल प्रोयोग गर्छन् ? उत्तर गाह्रो छ ।
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e-Readiness in Okhaldhunga observing social conflict and post conflict scenario – Tribhuvan University

E-readiness denotes capability and speediness of electronics behavior of human in defined circumstances. The capacity might be explained in terms of technical, social, behavior, cultural, economic, and political. My research on e-Readiness in Okhaldhunga observing social conflict and post conflict scenario was executed in association with Tribhuvan University, Department of Conflict, Peace and Development Studies. The study tries to find out e-capability of civil and local government oganisation in order to participate electronics behavior observing social conflict and post conflict scenario. The degree of e-readiness in term of interconnected issues are major variables of this research.

The complete research report is coming up soon – Release date is the end of August 2013.

E-Government research with Kathmandu University

KATHMANDU, 21 Dec 2011 — The tendency of research is to find out trust issue investing ethnography in the context of Nepalese. Awareness and its consequences, influences of social media, factors of acceptance of technology and trust in technology for implementing of e-government in Nepal are major findings of this research. Continue reading “E-Government research with Kathmandu University”

UN brings students into cyberspace

BHAKTAPUR, September 2012 –

The UN Information Centre (UNIC) in Kathmandu lead an e-Library project on behalf of the UN inter-agency IT Taskforce (IAITTF) in Nepal that left smiles and invigorated students in its wake.

Within the cultural city of Bhaktapur, students at Samaj Sudhar Secondary School worked without computers or any other modern equipment. Continue reading “UN brings students into cyberspace”

Moving Around the Himalayan

Moving Around the Himalayan
Rajendra Man Banepali
22 December 2011

GHANDRUK, 22 December 2011 – most of the villagers come to tele-centre at downtown to make a photo copy, they are not really aware of internet and internet phone, and other application of computer – stated by tel-centre officer. Tele-centre is now operated by an entrepreneur of the village since the tele-centre is not sustainable without commercial prospectus so the first owner of the tele-centre one of the schools has been handed over to the entrepreneur in contract basis. The tele-centre has been serving photocopy, phone, internet but occasionally, VOIP occasionally and other information to the villagers. Due to irregular internet service from service provider tele0centre is helpless to serve internet facility to the villagers. Such irregular consequences of services made villagers to lose the faith of the services provided by tele-centre and decreases the people coming for internet related services.
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Human Movement and ICT Awareness

Human Movement and ICT Awareness
Rajendra Man Banepali
22 December 2011

GHANDRUK, 22 December 2011 – Seven class dropped out Sailee Bika – 22 (Name Changed) from Ghandruk was busy with her 3 years sons preparing for a school in the absence of his husband for oversea. She seemed so busy for family arrangement and household. As local people she is spending her days in farming and other community social work. She was attending a meeting for community social worker that morning. She is aware of electronic devices such as mobile, internet phone, and voice chat while she is supposing to communicate her husband in aboard. She cannot operate computer herself but she used to go Tele-centre for communication. She dragged my attention to indicate movement of her husband and she had to uses those electronics communication devices. Demand dragged out uses of electronics devices and awareness of electronics devices.
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Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for Development

Today’s scenario illustrates effective communication through appropriate technologies. Information, document as attachment, pictures, audios and movies are shared by electronic media like email for better leaflet communication. Telephone, email, web site has been common communication media even in remote areas of Nepal like in far western region’s districts (Darchula and Baitadi since Feb 2007). It is a new innovation of Code Detection and Multiple Access (CDMA) technology in Nepal by Nepal Telecom. Continue reading “Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for Development”