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Year: 2009
.5pt">Computing skills are increasingly important in all walks of life, but until a country like Nepal has electricity in all its villages, can afford computers and have teachers to teach the skills needed, then it will be impossible to include the subject as a compulsory part of the curriculum.  For now, it’s a ‘nice to have’.  However, slowly more schools will be able to offer their students with this vital area of education. This article explores the use of computers in rural schools in Nepal.
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Year: 2008
The book examines reform in forest management policy in India and Nepal, in particular focussing on the three major Indian states of Orissa, West Bengal and Andhra Pradesh and the mid-hills and plains or Tarai area of Nepal
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Year: 2008
This article describes some of the very typical problems faced in a state school in Nepal's remote hill districts
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Year: 2008
Thirty technologies and approaches from the Nepal Conservation Approaches and Technologies (NEPCAT) database, are documented and are being published as printed fact sheets to make it easier to share with a wider audience
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Year: 2008
This editorial article explores the difficulty in persuading nurses to work in the remote area healthposts in the hilly districts of Nepal
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Year: 2008
This article highlights the problem of getting professional people like nurses and teachers to work in the more remote districts of Nepal
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Year: 2007
In this newspaper editoial piece, the difficulties of recruiting qualified teachers to work in remote areas schools in Nepal is examined with an example of attempts to find a science teacher for a secondary school in the foothills of the Everest area
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Year: 2006
Marketing tourist destinations is complex
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Year: 2005
The goal of tourism in Nepal should be to improve the living standards of the people
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Year: 2003
Strategic tourism development planning in the Seraj Valley, in Himachal Pradesh is necessary in order to ensure sustainable development in a fragile environment, but also to ensure that local people are able to benefit from tourism in their region
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