[:en]Career Counseling, Future Pro and Psychometric Assessment at Phatakshila[:ne]फटकशिला करियर कार्यशाला, फ्युचर प्रो र मनोबैज्ञानिक परिक्षण [:]

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26 and 27 May, 2016 (Sindhupalchowk)

Career Disha Nepal successfully conducted an extensive workshop, My Future Pro and interest based psychometric assessment to 55 earthquake victim young students at Phatakshila Higher Secondary School, Sindhupalchowk.  The career counseling aimed at introducing various job sectors available locally, markets apprise and occupations to increase students’ confidence to choose career choices depending on their interests.

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Filled up My Future  Pro

To know detail information of students’ desire about the future profession, led by CDN expert psychologist Mr. Hari Krishna Dahal and Mrs. Joyti Nepal, an interest based questionnaire was filled.  Through the future pro, students got detailed information about themselves as well as their friends. They recognized their own interests, their stronger side, suitable job sectors and leisure activities. The two psychologists thoroughly answered each question raised by the students who were both enthusiastic and curious. The students expressed their gratitude to Career Disha Nepal as they had never engaged in this kind of interactive, reflective and information filled workshop their school life. Teachers and students both told the team that workshops like this one will help recognize future professionals and foster students’ interests.

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Giving information about My Future Pro

One of the buildings that were devastated by an earthquake on April 25, 2015 was still being used. We thanked the responsible teachers who were teaching despite the risk of earthquake and also cooperating with us in accomplishing the workshop, psychometric assessment and The Future Pro. Similarly, our warm regards go to the local social worker Mr. Gokul Dotel and VHS Bhaktapur members Nabina Phaiju and Muna Sakh.

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Students participation in workshop 
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Giving information about the professional 
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explaining locally available job sector to students
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Erasing students curiosity 
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Thinking about future career

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२०७३ जेष्ठ १३ र १४ (सिन्धुपाल्चोक)

करियर दिशा नेपालले देशभरिका विद्यार्थीहरुमा करियर(वृति) विकास र रोजगार बजारको बारेमा अवगत गराउने उदेश्य अनुरुप भूकम्प पिडित विद्यार्थीहरुमा मनोवैज्ञानिक परामर्श र आत्मविश्वास अभिवृतिको निम्ति करियर(वृति) कार्यशाला गोष्ठी, फ्युचर प्रो, र मनोवैज्ञानिक परिक्षण फटकशिला उच्च माध्यामिक विद्यालय सिन्धुपाल्चोकमा ५५ जना विद्यार्थीहरु माझ सफलतापुर्वक सम्पन गरियो |

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करियर कार्यशालामा सहभागी विद्यार्थीहरु

 

विद्यार्थीहरुलाई भविष्यको पेशाको बारेमा र उनीहरुको इच्छाको बारेमा विस्तृत जानकारी मनो-सामाजिकपरमर्शकर्ता हरि कृष्ण दाहाल र ज्योति नेपालद्धारा गराइयो | फ्युचर प्रोको माध्यमद्धारा विद्यार्थीहरु आफै ले आफ्नो इच्छा, आफ्नो सवल पक्ष, भविष्यको

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मेरो भविष्यको बारेमा लेख्दै

सुहाउदो पेशा, साथीहरुको इच्छाको बारेमा र फुर्सदको समयको बारेमा विस्तृत जानकारी हासिल गरियो |विद्यार्थीहरुको मनमा उठेको जिज्ञासा र कौतुहलता सामाजिक परमर्शकर्ताहरुले मेटाउने कोशिश गर्नुभयो | विगतका दिनमा यस प्रकारकोकार्यशाला गोष्ठी र मनोबैज्ञानिक परामर्शमा भाग नलिएको र अहिले भाग लिन पाउदा विद्यार्थीहरुले धेरै खुशी व्यक्त गरेका थिए | यस्तो खालको कार्यशाला र परिक्षणले विद्यार्थीहरुको भविष्यको पेशा र विद्यार्थीहरुको इच्छाको बारेको प्रस्फुटन गर्न मदत गर्ने कुरा विद्यार्थी र शिक्षकले व्यक्त गर्नुभयो |

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विद्यार्थीको जिज्ञासा मेटाउदै

 

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मेरो भविष्यको बारेमा जानकारी प्रदान गर्दै

महाभूकम्पको चपेटा खेपेर पनि असुरक्षित भौतिक संरचनाको विचमा रहेर पनि कर्तव्यउन्मुख भएर विद्यार्थीहरुमा शिक्षा प्रदान गरिरहनु भएको र यो कार्यशाला र मनोबैज्ञानिक परिक्षणमा सहयोग गरिदिनु हुने सम्पूर्ण शिक्षकहरु, स्थानीय समाज सेवी गोकुल डोटेल र भि.एच.एस.भक्तपुर परिवारको तर्फबाट नविना फैजु र मुना शाखलाई हार्दिक धन्यवाद टक्र्याउन चाहन्छु |

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भविष्यको पेशाको बारेमा सोच्दै

 

 

 

 

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विद्यार्थीद्धारा  पेशाको  बारेमा बिस्तृत जानकारी प्रस्तुत गर्दै

 

 

 

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पेशाहरुको बारेमा जानकारी प्रदान गर्दै
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[:en]Farewell to Chatpat Lover from CDN[:]

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In the beginning of April, 2016 freelance website developer, Patrick volunteered as a webpage developer at CDN for a month. Within those 4 weeks, he developed a full-fledged student assessment online along with making the database more intuitive. In addition, he assessed previously developed sectors such as database, student assessment and provided CDN with valuable advice and IMG_2013[1]suggestions on how to optimize the development process.

More than thirty countries visited, 34 years old German guy was fond of Nepali food, Dhal Bhat, MO: MO, Chat-pat and that the one thing he is going to miss the most about Nepal is its liveliness.  He was work concentrated and never left his Vietnamese cap that looked somewhat like a combat hat. He knew a couple of words in Nepali, but the ones he knew somewhat provided an essence of being a Nepali.  ‘KE GARNE’ was something that will always remind us of Patrick, the phrase that roughly translates to ‘WHAT TO DO’ well describes what every Nepali is going through.  We will miss his introduction of Chat-pat to the CDN team and his contribution will always be online (so it will never be forgotten). His contribution till date has been of highest impact to the team: he did so much in such small frame of time.

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[:en]Career Disha Nepal taking over Sundarijal[:]

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CDN Taking over the bat-cave

 

After the hectic first 2 months, that kept the team of Career Disha Nepal incredibly busy, yesterday was a breath of fresh air. A long tiring walk, with water gushing from don’t know where; swaying trees’ shade cooling the hot, bright sun was something we all needed. And midst all that we all unanimously felt that Patrick was the only one who didn’t miss his laptop.

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Hari keeping the photographer busy
Hari keeping the photographer busy

 

 

Hari’s witty jokes about something he had heard 7 years ago from a person he didn’t know brought us a conclusion that ‘सुन्दरी’ (Sundari) was the word-of-the-day. Mr CEO, felt right at home, walking faster than all and his melodious songs felt more of a howl than a song. Sagar, the flex carrier, was doing his job little too well, we supposed as it was missing in most of the action.

 

 

 

 

 

The MVP (Most-valuable-player), undoubtedly Inge gave us all a task that was virtually impossible, singing the Nepali national anthem in GERMAN! But with the skill of Sagar and the German fluency of Patrick, we did it. Even Prajan, the youngest member of CDN, (who knows nothing of the vicious nature of the above-mentioned language) sang the national anthem.

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Prajan’s proud stride after singing the national anthem

We played games, took over 1,000 photos (NATURALLY) and took our descend. The lunch was unmistakably the best part of the trek: Spanish cheese, Inge’s fruit cake and home-made brown bread, Suresh’s recommended yogurt and ever refreshing Kabucha.

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Inge’s expression after giving the IMPOSSIBLE task

What could go wrong? Hari’s bike made a lot of noise, Srijana lost her shawl and Sagar wore a red-tight t-shirt. In short, nothing. It was an amazing day out. Now back to work as the online version of the student assessment is on its way!

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Crazy CDN
The first proper photo of CDN team
The only proper photo of the CDN team

 

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