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Learning a musical instrument is good for the brain

Learning a musical instrument can help improve attention and memory, according to a new study. A team led by Dr Leonie Kausel, a violinist and neuroscientist at the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and the Universidad del Desarrollo Chile, conducted a study and found that musically trained children perform better ...

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Statue found in Dhulikhel could be 3,800 years old, claim local archaeologists

Archaeologists and heritage conservationists are excited about the recent discovery  of an ancient statue in Dhulikhel. The statue was found about 300 meters below the surface on the Araniko Highway, in Dhulikhel Municipality-3 of Kavre, by the locals a few days ago. This has animated the social media as well.  ...

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Education Minister Pokharel, State Ministers Discuss Options To Hold SEE

Discussion was held between concerned ministers of federal and state governments on how the Secondary Education Examination (SEE), postponed due to risk of coronavirus, could be held after the situation normalizes. During the video conference held with social development ministers of all seven states at the initiative of Minister for ...

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SEE, university exams postponed indefinitely

1, 995 exam centres across the country are deserted today with the government postponing the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) which was scheduled to kick off from today. As of Wednesday afternoon, all preparations for the exams had been readied at the centres. The exam symbol number of every candidate had ...

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AI Expo 2019 to be held in Kathmandu

Fusemachines, a leading provider of Artificial Intelligence solutions, software, and services, together with Artificial Intelligence of Development (AID) is all set to organise AI Expo 2019 in Kathmandu. Issuing a press statement today, the organisers said the one-day event will be held at Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Kathmandu, on August 24. ...

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Government allow the students who got lower grades in any number of subjects to take the supplementary examinations

Following a poor show of the examinees in the recent Secondary Education Examination, the government has decided to allow the students who got a ‘C’ or lower grades in any number of subjects to take the supplementary examinations to improve their grades. In the past, only those who had ‘D+’ ...

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Private schools neglecting scholarship

Private schools operating grade 11 and 12 courses have been found neglecting education act when it comes to the distribution of scholarship. These schools appear to have taken advantage of local governments’ failure to implement an effective mechanism to distribute the scholarship. The education act has clearly included plus two ...

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Scholarship provide poor students

Doteli Society, Kathmandu, has distributed scholarship amount to poor children of Kalena and Khirsaina in the district. At separate programmed organised at Kalena and Khirsaina on Wednesday, Chairperson of Doteli Society, Jagadish KC, distributed the scholarship amount provided by Jagat Khadka Scholarship Society, Kathmandu, through Doteli Society, Kathmandu. Chairperson KC ...

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