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.
Teach for Nepal is innovative hub with enthusiastic youth working for silos in educational infrastructure of a nation with proven model in other countries around the world. The team is implementing the model localizing for Nepal in which youth are key player to engaged directly to improve quality of education in school. Trained youths teach in government or public schools for two years. Their commitment shows a hope for communities building manpower for a nation. I shared about “the trust” in my one-day class in Mithila.
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.
Rhode Island, USA, 9 November 2017 — Seeking chance of failure of technology is a kind of preventing future consequences tensed by technology, the consequences – humanitarian crisis or technology crisis. It is also wide idea to identity potential latent future conflict tensed by digital technology so that we could take measure to prevent those conflicts for better world and smooth technology implementation.
New York, USA, 4 November 2017 — A magnitude of digital technological based on cloud influences in social calendar of persons, society and state living with or without digital technology exposes digital supremacy which is rendering social conversation in new forms – linear conversation, and disruptive conversation. Scheme of conversation makes sense of relations among social actors – state and non-state actors. New media is witness of digital mediation nowadays. Aiming with exploration of framework to compute digital supremacy in terms of social calendar simulation by digital technology and decision-making power in International Relations (IR) aligning social relations among people and society in ground reality, this work has gone through two manifolds – social constructivism reflecting multiple realities generated by digital technology and de-constructive analysis of conversation text with semiotic analysis tool. Continue reading “Talking about Digital Diplomacy in Columbia University, New York”
“He, who cannot forgive, will break the bridge from where he himself must pass.”
Kathmandu, 14 October 2017 — Eyes opened as usual at 5 am, hugged her, pressed and stepped up to Kitchen for warm water. I found an old diary and ripped on floor in Kitchen, picked up, put on table. I recognized her handwriting, could not help not reading the text and spent half an hour with such genuine and eternal words she had written in school days. The text affirmed the philosophy and idea we shared each other since our beginning, 2000.
Kathmandu, 20 September 2017 — “Does it like asking coffee using e-mail!”, said my senior at middle of the trip from Kathmandu to Darchula in 2007 when there was not landline phone or mobile except CDMA phone. I was not in position to imagine the real ground before my field trip to Darchula though I was bit experienced about rural area of Nepal. It was new experience again. I reached Darchula of Nepal through Dharchula of India which was compulsion for every Nepali since there was no appropriate motor way from Baitadi. And we must enter Darchula before 5pm. The extraordinary experience was not the end here. However, it was just started.
Kathmandu, 15 August 2017 — Public speaking is my seasonal activity. I learn. And feel associated and connected with people sharing knowledge in a platform. In a way, I spoke about Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) relating my stories of life with 200 youths on the floor moderated by Nepal Youth Council on Saturday, 15th August 2017.
KIRTIPUR, 15 JUNE 2017 — Kautilya, an ancient philosopher namely called Chanakya, is unparalleled diplomat whose knowledge is not limited to management but also sported in economics, political science, power exercise, military operation and many other fields. His theories and concept are still extensively useful and valid in modern age.
KATHMANDU, Thursday, 8th June 2017 — Fighting into battle, whether you win or you learn. Nothing is west, but it the way how you construct those ways to turn your dream into reality in your life or your voice is to be heard by the rest of the world. It turns into reality following success mechanism.
Success mechanism is psycho cybernetic process of your mind – subconscious mind – and your conscious mind. Success mechanism (or impact theory) has three questions which we have to ask to ourselves each time during our struggle. They are 1.) Who do you want to be – Goal? 2.) How do you want to get those experiences – Method? and 3.) What would you contribute to the community – contribution? Here, we are going to explore about success mechanism which is not likely for life bur it is for few goals settings or project work or long term projects of our life.