KALYANI, NAIDA, KOLKOTA, Friday, 6 May 2016 — Interesting thing of the day was a talk with RN Biswas, a dry cleaner – Laundry. He is from Bagmore, Rani Rasmori Ghat Road. He has another shop – Kind Dry Cleaners in his place. He expressed his sincerity to Nepal that he has visited Kathmandu, Pokhara and other places of Nepal during his last visit of one week. He explained why they should visit Nepal – they are 1. Nepal is neighboring country, only one Hindu country, and very mountainous country indeed. He loves to travel to Nepal again. I found he has one kind of attraction towards Nepal that I like very much. “Girija Prasad Koirala is prime minister of Nepal”, he said. Continue reading “Kalyani Diary – political alliance unions molts conflict and ends making laundry man.”
Significantly decreasing number of students in most of government schools only blaming of increasing number and success of private schools is not natural getting excuse of escape or it is like a hoax of lack of quality education in government school nowadays. There are very good and excellent teachers in government schools but people are not still quite ready to send their children in government schools in city area but they are dreaming to get job in government schools because not only salary and entitlement of teacher are more handsome than teachers of private school but also it is matter of stable job in government schools. Why are we having contrast in present action and future prospects? It is not only matter of lack of quality assurance of education in government schools and is not obviously matter of fee structure and other expenses. Everything is free in government school but still people are not sending their children in government schools if they can afford private school in their best. And it is matter of lack of trust building demonstrated by management of the school though they have more capable and excellent human resources than private schools.
Kathmandu, (RMB Social) 20 April 2016 – Classroom of Dr. Ram Thapaliya for “Models and Applications of Conflict Resolution” in 2012 was full of students with pin drop silence. I was at the last bench as habitual. Lecture was very nice and crystal clear and presentation slides were moving. At the middle of class, I could not understand about just one previous slide and requested Dr. Thapaliya for his review on previous presentation slide of “multi track diplomacy”. He stopped for a while in the pin drop silence but moved back to the slide and furnished the conceptual review once again. I understood the lecture very clearly. At the end of his furnishing, he fired a statement – “Mr. Banepali, you wasted my 5 minutes in my class and onwards you never act such activity again”. Literally, I was speechless and could not dare to act nothing at the moment. Later on, Dr. Thapaliya had given me an opportunity to facilitate and mediate a workshop, conflicting parties and colleagues of the university at the end of semester which was one of the remarkable journey of my life in social interface in a different ways.
KATHMANDU, 17 April 2016 (RMB Social Cybernetic): Two hundred eleven social media websites are rendering their activities in the world and some of few are in line of luring people around the world with their priority. Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are dominating other social media as if Facebook is introducing as the Internet among upcoming new users in cybernetic world. There are other social media in the history in which many youth have spent a lot of time and shared their experiences and the world has also experienced those cyber space in the different communities. Where are those social media and users? How people can track down their experiences of their history and why they move to other social space are much important questions to figure out death of Facebook – as it is spreading its influences in social calendar of people around the world redefining the Internet. There is only one truth — “CHANGE”.
KATHMANDU (RMB Social), 9 April 2016 – We were in cinema hall watching “Kung Fu Panda” in which a lot of scenes are very funny, scary and vertical limit of fighting between iconic actors and obviously lovely and cute Panda of kids. In the beginning of film in the cinema hall, everyone was looting and shouting in every moment of scene since it was 3D and sound system was pumping hearts. The sound was very strong generating some vibrations in hall. Kids – my son and daughter – were in their first experience with 3D cinema and had been having a lot of fun with adventure and fun. Continue reading “Earthquake in 6D Kung Fu Panda”