If you are wondering around, just for nothing. Here is what you might want to comment on if you are on I Love Nepal groups in Facebook or alike other groups. That is the virtual world. And this is here about the real world, real Nepali trouble and what Nepal truly holds for. This is just a discussion board topic written by a foreign student (an American wants to study MSc at Pulchowk Campus ….) and read read yourself here.
I was surprised by this news. Not a never heard one- students from Pakistan, Banladesh, Bhutan, India and other nearby Indian Subcontinent we heard about and seen studying in Nepal for higher education (I mean for Bachelor’s degree). But this guy called Brian Davis from Houston, TX is a foreign exchange student who wants to study M Sc Structural Engineering.
Though the news might be older one but you’ll be lost if you go on reading the comments and replies to what he wrote to the IOE Live site… towards and informative Institute of Engineering, Pulchowk Campus community.
Load shedding, inadequate manpower, infrastructure for engineering, strikes, political chaos, pathetic environment and people, … and so many thoughts that describe the country of masterpiece in nothing except the namesake Mt Everest and degrading nature. This is what all those commentators wrote about Nepal and the Pulchowk Campus including the overall education scenario of Nepal.
This obviously doesn’t mean that only bad happens here… but I couldn’t see one good being a student there myself. You better get the whole story of Brian from IOELive.com here.