Home: Pokhara, Kaski, Gandaki

Education: Bachelor’s of Engineering (Civil Engineering), IOE Pulchowk Campus, Tribhuvan University, Nepal


As a child I had a habit of collecting books and notebooks, thinking they’d come handy in the future. I was shy and it was difficult for me to socialize, so books became my companions. From an early age I always said I wanted to be an engineer. Often, I would get scolded by my father for breaking apart radio and watches. Science fascinated me.

At school, I had few friends and devoted more time to studies than extra-curricular activities. The teachers focused on interactive activities during classes which helped us learn better. We had educational tours and the teachers made sure to give personal feedbacks to the students and parents after every examination.

When I worked for Raleigh International, I led a team of Nepali and Foreign volunteers to build taps and conduct menstrual and child awareness programs. I also wrote an algorithm to solve the loop pipe network in optimized way. I am proud of having served as an engineer in a rural community.

As a Teach For Nepal Fellow, I want to apply mathematics and engineering for the development of a community and improvement of quality of education in schools. On a personal level, I want to develop patience, leadership skills and adaptability.

Fellow Stipend
USD $5,000.00NPR 500,000.00
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Remaining
USD $5,000.00NPR 500,000.00

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140 Chitra Marga, Kantipath
Jamal, Kathmandu, Nepal

+977-1-4240105

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