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Aspiring Youth Participate the GPV Winter Camp 2012
  So far, conscious voices have been constantly raised to reach global peace. The aspiration of youth to seek positive changes in their lives facilitated on a Winter Camp Seminar held on 11th and 12th January, 2012 at New Baneshwor, Kathmandu. The event attended by 90 Global Peace Volunteer Committee and students from 13 different schools of Kathmandu was aimed at cultivating the youth’s sense of Accountability and Leadership. The 2 day seminar had brought these young groups of individuals into an intimate bonding not only as a team but as one family. Expressing his thoughts, Mr. Bishwo Jung Rayamajhi, a 9-Class student of Valley Public School, mentioned that many youths are becoming slaves to working abroad, yet, we never consider our own resources and regard those as a tool to be utilized. “As a youth, we have to think innovatively and dream
Youth Gains Insight Against the Use of Heavy Metals at Awareness Program
  GPYC-Nepal in line with its ongoing environmental awareness drive organized an awareness program against the use of heavy metals in collaboration with Center for Public Health and Environment Development (CPHED), Pokhara Sub-Metropolitan city and Lions Club of Pokhara . The aim of the program was to highlight the importance of energy conservation to young people of pokhara. At least 138 students gathered on Friday, 6th January 2012 at SOS Herman Gainer School and had a chance to interact with Mr. Ramcharita Sha, Director of CPHED. Mr. Sha has provided the students with an insight to the purpose and importance of electrical and chemical waste management and motivated them to curtail the usage and minimize the wastage of energy in our surroundings. Chairperson of the event, Mr. Mohan Mural Chanel, said that the program conveyed a lot of information and imparted energy conservation
Hundreds of Youth Join Awareness Rally
An awareness rally on the need to avoid the use of plastics was jointly organized by GPYC-Nepal, GPA-Nepal, Solid Waste Management, Ministry of Local Development, Government of Nepal, and Pokhara Sub-Metropolitan City to create awareness on the ban on plastics and to create awareness on the adverse effects of using plastics here on Saturday, December 24. Students raised slogans against the use of plastics and related matters during the march from Urban Development Training Centre to the city of Pokhara.  All along the rally, students requested the public not to throw plastics in open places, addressing the public the need to act with social and moral responsibility. During the rally, volunteers distributed jute bags provided by Solid Waste Management, Ministry of Local Development, Government of Nepal to prevent many persons particularly housewives who are using plastic bags in shopping. Commenting on the occasion,
Youth Empowerment Workshop in Pokhara
  Coming from diverse backgrounds, a total of 102 students harmonized under one vision and common goal after attending the Leadership workshop on 23, 24, 25 December, 2011. “I would be happy to work for the sake of my nation”, affirmed Ms. Ichha Gurung, a participant during the 3 Day seminar organized by GPYC-Nepal in collaboration with Pokhara Sub Metropolitan City and GPA-Nepal. Carrying on the encouragement of the Government to empower the youth in productive ways, GPYC-Nepal held its ninth Leadership seminar and committed to support and promote the government’s endorsement to the youth as the backbone of the society. Assembling on the theme “Responsible and Conscious Youth: As Pioneer of Change” young individuals of Pokhara from 12 institutions were educated on peace, environment, and volunteerism aspects of leadership in Urban Development Training Center, Pokhara. “All human rights are part of a complementary
Peace Library Opens in Jumla and Surkhet
    The Eight thousand rupees collection from students of various colleges and universities in Surkhet has helped equip a school’s library in Jumla and Surkhet to improve educational infrastructure. Over 900 children in this district have very little access to books at home and in their communities, with less access to good public libraries and bookstores. Now, the library is equipped with text books and reference periodicals to help students from indigent families prepare for higher studies. “No child will ever be deprived of books if only those who have them will share with those who don’t,” said one donor during the campaign of one rupee. Boxes of books and stationeries including sports items were delivered to far village of Dadapjya,Jumla and VDC -2, Surkhet throughout a one day walk on foot by Ms. Sumitra Ghimire ,Surkhet Project leader and Mr. Tapendra
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Web Design Course

Starting From: 26th November 2016 (११ मङ्सिर २०७३) Day: Every Saturday Charges: Free of cost Time: 11:00am - 2;00pm Venue: GPYC Nepal, Hattigauda, Kathmandu, Nepal We’re living in a digital age and technology is reinventing the world. Hence learning to code is one of the smartest moves one can make in the present world (no matter what is the age). There is no such requirement to be a software engineer or a person who have degree in computer science to understand programming language. Anybody can code whether he/she is a student, accountant, doctor, actor or any other person. Nepcodemy in association with GPYC Nepal is organizing free web design course every Saturday starting from 26th November 2016 (११ मङ्सिर २०७३), 11:00am – 2:00pm at Hattigauda, Kathmandu, Nepal. At the end of the course one will understand HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JQuery, Bootstrap, Wordpress and will create own website. The main purpose of course is to encourage the youth to design the website of their own and make them stand in the frontier of new digital world. Quoting Steve Jobs ”Everybody in this country should learn to program a computer because it teaches you how to think”, we invite you to be part of our program for collaborative learning of programming skill.

Inter College Panel Discussion

Title : Identity based conflict  Date : June 10 , 2016  Venue : Thames College , Kathmandu '

Workshop on Play for Peace

Title : Play for Peace  Date : April 23 - 24,  2016 Venue : GPYC Hall #53 Hattigauda Kathmandu Nepal 

World Without Borders

Theme: Living Diversity Date: August 15          September 20          October 17           November 21           December 12 Venue : GPYC learning center                Hattigauda     

GPYC Youth Forum

 Title : GPYC Youth Forum Date : every wednesday Time : 1:00 pm Venue :GPYC-Nepal Hall , Bansbari Kathmandu                                                                                      

Manojigyasa Youth talk show Radio Program

  Manojigyassa    every Saturday   5:15  to  6:00 pm    90 MHZ Ujalo FM  

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