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  • Interchange 2019

    August 29, 2019 by

    Unfortunately, we couldn’t get into the top 5 positions. We were at the sixth and couldn’t get into top 5 just by two points. That was really disappointing. It was a complete heart broken. However, we were proud that our idea was a kind of getting into the top 5. Even though we couldn’t get into top 5, we decided to approach the organisers just to give us an opportunity to pitch our idea since we had done so much hard work.

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  • Ashoka U Conference

    February 26, 2019 by

    One evening, I got a call from Ashley, the program manager of Social Innovation. That call was something special and it entirely changed my day. Actually, weeks long ago, I applied for the Ashoka U Conference. Every year, CQUni provides a scholarship opportunity for the two deserving students to take part in Ashoka U conference… Read more

  • One Dollar for Education

    November 27, 2018 by

    There was a housemaid who used to live in the small town. She just gave a birth to her second child. One day, she realized something different than usual. She saw her neighbor son returned home who just finished his higher education from the capital city – Kathmandu.Within a month, he started working in a… Read more

  • Morning Tea @ Town Hall, Lord Mayor

    September 25, 2019 by

    It was a kind of networking opportunity for me where there were Councillor from Bangladesh, Hongkong, Sydney Police officer promoting their Coggee Beach event and students who worked in City of Council as an intern.

  • Springwood to Faulconbridge hiking

    September 14, 2019 by

    Anyway, it was a long walk. I would rather say it an average hiking track and suggest everybody to go with a team to have more fun. If you are bored with crowded city life, then this might be your interest of getting the peace and cool environment where you can hear the bird singing and the forest dancing with wind. Also, there are some waterfalls which would be better to visit during the rainy season. Finally, don’t forget to take water and some food because you might need that because it’s a long walk. Remember, 6 hours normally but we managed to finish in 4 and half hours.

  • A conversation with Sameer in SBS Radio 2 Sydney (Nepali)

    July 29, 2019 by

    I never realized that my blog content could be such an inspirational to others. Just before graduating from CQUniversity, I had written a blog content regarding my experiences throughout the my uni days. Please click on the link to read my blog https://cqunilife.com/2019/07/10/from-nepal-to-sydney-keep-learning-keep-sharing/ It was posted in the university blog but the most surprising moment… Read more

  • Why not try….?????

    June 4, 2019 by

    ”We need to get 75 points”, one of my friend said. ” it’s getting hard,” the another whisper. You might be wondering what I am talking about if you are not familiar with these words. But, this is general for the international student like me here in Australia.

  • Manly to Spit Bridge walk

    May 10, 2019 by

    It was already more than three months but I didn’t know why I was procrastinating for this. Every month, I had promised to go somewhere new in Sydney and I did go to different new places but this was the one I was waiting for long.

  • I wondered when is the right time???

    April 19, 2019 by

    When is the right time to fall in love? When is the right time to get married? How about starting a business by own? When’s the proper time for that? Since from the last couple of month, I have been trying to figure out when is the right time and what is the right time… Read more

  • Volunteering @ Story-factory

    March 12, 2019 by

    Being a part of volunteering is what I am passionate about. So, I am always looking for the opportunity to volunteer. Last time, I was in food packing event organised by Zambrero, they call it Mexican with mission where we did packed food which was supposed to go to Philippines and would be given to… Read more

  • Two important lesson from that 6 hours of walk

    January 15, 2019 by

    Back in 2016, when I was a site engineer in GTL Nepal, Dhangadhi, I usually visit newly built site for inspection. Since I was working in telecommunication industry, the interesting part was that I got a chance to travel to different places. That’s when I traveled to all nine district of Far Western Development. The… Read more

  • 2018 Reading Books Challenge

    January 2, 2019 by

    ”Can you suggest me that one book which will drastically change my life and I don’t have to read any other books ?” – One of my friend asked me. Well, at that moment, I was confused. Didn’t know which book to suggest because there are so many books that has changed the life of… Read more

  • Self Reflection

    December 5, 2018 by

    I was born in a society where Doctor and Engineers are only considered the most prestigious job than any other. With the same mindset, I joined an engineering college and became an Electrical engineer even I truly didn’t enjoy it. Working two and half years in a telecommunication company, I realized that engineering is not… Read more

  • Blog 5 – Launching

    November 5, 2018 by

    Well, we went through lots of changes in the last hour. As I mentioned already in the testing blog that when we fall in love with our idea without considering the other side, then later we will realise that it doesn’t work. I mean – its not practical. Same was the case with our previous… Read more

  • Blog 4 – Testing

    October 24, 2018 by

    Sometime you fall in love with your idea so hard that you will missed out the other side. I was so convinced and excited to share my ideas that I believed it will definitely work. After hearing the two different ideas in our zoom session, I feel like my idea is the best one than… Read more

  • Zambrero – A mexican with mission

    October 17, 2018 by

    One of the best part of being Human is that we have a feeling – a feeling of love, care, affection and sorrow. What ever the nationality you have, which ever religion you follow, that doesn’t matter and what matter is it really hurts when you suffer. Ever since I landed Australia, I was always… Read more

  • Trip to Botany Bay National Park

    October 8, 2018 by

    ”Light rain and shower” – the google weather predicted. Since last month, I was planning to visit Kamay Botany Bay National Park and today was the day I was waiting for. The weather could be the problem. So, I was a little worried. But the problem started with Sydney Train – Delayed as always. It… Read more

  • Blog 3 Inspiration

    September 13, 2018 by

    Inspiration, as per Human centered design is an approach to deeply figure out the causes regarding the problem. It needs in depth research. So, we were still on research, trying to find the information. This time, as per Mentor, we divided our worked into four parts. It was like this: What are the causes of… Read more

  • Blog 2 Project Plan

    September 6, 2018 by

    Last week, we defined our social issue that we are going to work with. Today, we did a project plan regarding how we actually gonna do that. So, basically as per human centered design, we divided our project into three parts. Inspiration Ideation Implementation We had a deadline to submit business model by 28 oct.… Read more

  • Blog 1 – Big Idea Competition

    August 29, 2018 by

      Well, I was Lucky enough to get entry in The BiG Idea competition even in the last hour. Thanks to Bikesh, a social Champ in our Uni who called me last week and invited me to be the part of the competition and this time, there was no any chance to miss this great opportunity.… Read more

  • I found a Wallet on Sydney Train….

    July 30, 2018 by

    Yesterday, there was someone looking for me in my workplace. I wondered who it was. As soon as I saw, it was him……… Last week, I was returning back to my room on Sydney Train. I was about to sit on the middle of the upper compartment where I usually but today it was different… Read more

  • Vote for the change

    July 25, 2018 by

    ” Imagine a situation where everybody talks about innovation, new ideas, brainstorming, entrepreneurship, leadership……. How do you feel…..????” Isn’t it inspiring…???? I have a vision….. A vision to create a platform where everyone of us are inspired, where everyone of us has a dream, a vision, a passion to do something worth…. This can be… Read more

  • A year in Australia

    July 12, 2018 by

    Time is continuous. It never stops even if we feel like that everything is as usual. Let me Congratulate first…… My first year in Australia It’s been a year in Australia and I feel like how fast the time passed away here in Australia. It feels like I was here a day before but the… Read more

  • How to build a High Performing Team?

    June 29, 2018 by

    Did you ever feel like you are in the wrong team? Or Did you ever wish if your team could be a high performing? Well, this happens and this happens in most of the team when the members are not committed. In fact, some even don’t know the objective of their team. Needless to say,… Read more

  • Why Team Dysfunction?

    June 27, 2018 by

    Have you ever experienced a failure in your Team Work? Well, many of us probably say Yes. But the point here is have you ever tried to find out the particular cause of the failure? The first thing many people usually do is to blame other members to be in the safe side. But do… Read more

  • Sydney Train life

    June 23, 2018 by

    One thing I hate most about Sydney Train is ” Why the heck it is so expensive?” I hardly find it worth because most of the time, it was always delayed. And sometime it even cancelled the moving train on its way. Last Sunday, I was on my way to work and suddenly the Train… Read more

  • Are Today’s graduates ready for the Job world?

    May 11, 2018 by

    Many graduates after completing their graduation take longer time to get their first entry in the job market. Lack of job opportunities is not the reason behind it since most of the employers figured out that graduates may hold satisfactory qualification but they lack soft skills (Archer & Davison, 2008). Employers are more interested on… Read more

  • Rest in Peace TAYYAB

    May 8, 2018 by

    ” Birth and death are only the two things in our life which can’t be predicted.” so true, There was a Pakistani guy named Tayyab who worked for around one month where I am working now. Like me, he hardly used to talk with other. He was polite and honest. Today, I got news that… Read more

  • Expected a repair but Got a Brand new Huawei MATE 9

    March 9, 2018 by

    I have been using Huawei Mate 9 on plan with Vodafone since four month. Last month, my Mate 9 headset port stopped working and I was no longer able to use my headphone. Last week, finally I sent my phone back to Huawei Repair Center through Vodafone service centre since it was under warranty and… Read more

  • Over thinking

    February 3, 2018 by

    She was talking with her friend that doesn’t made me feel anything but the real thing that made me worried was that she kept moving towards the door of the train. Now, my mind started over thinking. 

  • Palm Beach

    January 20, 2018 by

    This weekend I got chance to visit Palm Beach which was in my bucket list. More than an hour drive on car, swimming on the beach and fifteen minutes walk to lighthouse made my day. Here are the some glimpse of the day.  

  • An hour in Auburn Botanical Garden

    December 30, 2017 by

    It was not in our plan for this weekend but a quick decision made us to visit Auburn Botanical Garden before we give a start to our plan of the day. Well, we should be shame that we have been here for more than five months in Australia but we haven’t seen any Kangaroo. We… Read more

  • Bondi to Coogee Coastal walk

    December 18, 2017 by

    Walking on the coastal line is one of the best thing to do in Australia. In Sydney, there is nothing better than spending time on the coastal. Bondi to Coogee coastal walk has been my most finest moment ever since I came to Sydney. The two hours long on the coastal walk has made my… Read more

  • Missing the wedding of my pal

    December 7, 2017 by

    Whenever something special happens, I have been far away. I am in Australia right now while Ramesh had a wedding in Nepal the day before yesterday. I was in Dadeldhura while Prakash and Sanju had a wedding in Kathmandu. I wish now, I could be the part of such moments in the coming days of mine friends. Hope I can be there and enjoy the precious moments of their life.

  • In the past few days….

    November 16, 2017 by

    Australia is very hard to live if you don’t work. The craziest part I think is that we can work, we can study, we can earn but it’s very hard to save. If you are saving then, that’s awesome.

  • My first Birth day

    November 12, 2017 by

    Nov 4 – Last week, it was my Birthday. So, Am I one year older now or Is my life one year shorter…..?????? Whatever…………..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! The interesting part is that I have never ever celebrated my Birthday like this. It’s the first time in my life where I celebrated with cakes. So, I called it First… Read more

  • Shots in Australia

    October 10, 2017 by

    I am really fond of photography. I don’t have DLSR camera but recently, I bought Huawei Mate 9 mobile and I really love its image quality. Here are some of the snaps I have taken in Australia.

  • The same routine

    September 22, 2017 by

    ‘‘Wish Life has been as expected. But the truth is that it never happens and this is what I really loved about.”

  • Life is going on in Australia

    August 17, 2017 by

    “Please uncle, Please dad, send me some amount. I need to pay for college fee within next week. I have been working hard here but could save only around 3000 dollars in this three month. So, please send me some amount even by education loan. I will pay the interest every month. It’s really hard… Read more

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