Kathmandu, 25 December 2018 — I found these certificates in garbage around forest area of Pashupatinath while going for jogging few days ago. A boy said that these documents were thrown after death of that person. Some medicines were also inside the plastic bag. Some certificates were well known to people and some had deeply rooted into one’s.
JANAKPUR, 9 December 2017 — Mithila (Janakpur) was not the first time for me. But, I found #Mithila clean and improving in term of infrastructure on my last trip for one day class organized by Teach for Nepal. I was invited to speak in class of Janata Secondary School so that students will get mileage in their further career symbolizing my speech as a new grip of life.
What do you do if you have 10?… what? Confused? Counter questions put you into knowledge stage. Exactly, you are asking yourself what 10. Ten (10) can be either 10 books or 10 rupees or any letter or any image about event. Data are discrete about events including numbers, text or any image representing single reality without any context. Data always represented disconnected and distinct which are absolute single reality without any double meaning to anyone like “10” means not “11”. It is “10” in quantity anywhere and anytime (environment).
Kirtipur, Lalitpur on Thursday, 10 April 2018 — Life with digital impression or life in isolation is not immune from thirst of new development with new media; the new media with native behavior understanding human actions has gained attention of people, especially youth who have developed their own way to express their emotions like reading habit, expressing their happiness and sadness in digital media. An intensity of the media is significant in youth and attention of any entity or sector for youth is always high. Traditional library is in line to transform in new way to meet youth’s path.
He knocked a door while I was taking computer class in my computer institute in the morning. He was a student – Chetan – from grade ten and wanted to learn computer programming in my institute. The institute had limited courses – like fundament of windows and desktop applications and not computer programming since I had not learned yet. That was my limitation too. I had never got a chance to look a book of programming before Chatan showed his school text book. We talked many interesting things during few minutes and I said, “I don’t know about programming yet.” Chetan said, “Please go through this book, study and teach us, we wait for your teaching. I know that you can do it.” He left his text book – “Q-Basic Programming” for me and said, “We will come after three days to learn from you.”
“Bir Yatra (Successful Journey)” is not end of journey. It is just starting like every exit is new beginning of new way. Should you complete the journey successfully, be aware of your essence of your journey. Know the differences among similar rewards like certificates, prize etc. what is exactly difference between any small reward of yours and others’. Reward does not make sense, journey values. Reward is just symbol of your journey.
Kathmandu, Monday, 25 Dec 2017 — Son brought 3-D puzzle. He wanted to spend time with me playing the puzzle in weekend. We started to play and spent almost 1 hour 30 minutes to solved three puzzle cards. The last puzzle of dinosaur was hard to solve since it has more than 100 tags to match. We solved the puzzle with thriller and tactics which solved my quest I am trying to resolve in my thesis. I was trying to draw conclusion of my research into my thesis using thematic analysis and the puzzle with my kids made me clear on my work too.
Rhode Island, USA, 10 November 2017 — Today’s observation, 10 November, affirmed that researchers in University of Rhode Island (URI) is moving differently, one-disciplinary to multidisciplinary drawing new knowledge. Not only computer scientist is doing research on like data or algorithm development but also researchers from social science, statistics, math, civil engineering, physics, biology and many faculties are engaged together for collaborative work in URI.
There is no doubt of innovation for foster development and resilience infrastructure development in a nation. No area is immune from effects of innovative technology with rapid growing and rendering social calendar of people around the world. Nobody wants to stop the technology and feel incomplete without technology even in group or alone, especially if to show off. In case of wondering how such technology is affordable to hunger who cannot even afford his grains. It would be innovative and sustainable if a hunger, from war zone and crisis, could afford the technology rather than a matter of show off. Development actors, donors, national and international community and no other than scholar and academicians should enter into a dialogue to bridge technology and livelihood of people in a way that a hunger would have no feelings of hungry next morning rather than as a burden or expensive item just for show off.
With an aim of innovative way of learning in education sector using information technology, Bett Asia, an organization in United Kingdom, is working in Asian countries pursuing many conferences and summit like leadership summit and worldwide exhibition. Bett Asia and I had a schedule of interview about knowledge management and some research work that I have been working nowadays.
The interview was focused on knowledge management and ICT in education how information technology could play vital roles in education sector in least development countries like in Nepal.