Monday, April 6, 2020

Nationwide lockdown likely to be extended by another week, until midnight April 14

KATHMANDU, April 4: The nationwide lockdown will be extended at least by another week until midnight April 14, sources said.

A cabinet meeting has been called at 2 PM today to make a decision to this effect to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus. The government is extending the lockdown for a second time.

"As per the recommendations made by High-Level Task Force and the Ministry of Health, the lockdown will be extended by another week," a source close to the Prime Minister told Republica Online.

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The source informed that the Sudur Paschim province government has also suggested the federal government to extend the lockdown after the first locally transmitted coronavirus case recorded in Kailali late last week.

As the country approaches the second week under nationwide lockdown, the government authorities have concluded that the lockdown needs to be extended by another week to stop the spread of novel coronavirus disease.

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The government had first enforced the week-long lockdown order from March 24. Amid rising coronavirus cases, the government on March 29  extended the nationwide lockdown by another week, until April 7.

As of Friday, the country has witnessed nine COVID-19 confirmed cases. Of them, 1 had recovered and other eight are still receiving medical treatment.

source: republica, 6 april 2020

List of Jobs at NGOs, INGOs, Social Work,Peace/ Development Sector, Embassies in Nepal

Career in NGOs/ INGos/ Embassies/ Development sector is one of the most sought after career paths in Nepal.Various vacancies have been announced by these sectors in last few weeks. Given below are some of the popular announcements:

> Career opportunities at Practical Action
Deadline: 20 April 2020

> Career opportunities at United Nations; Remuneration: USD$2,500
Deadline: 6 April 2020

> Mercy Corps announces vacancy for various positions
Deadline: 7 April 2020

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> Career opportunities at Plan International
Deadline : 11 April 2020

> Career opportunities at Sunaulo Parivar Nepal (SPN)
Deadline: 16 April 2020

> Career opportunities at an INGO, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI);  Qualification: Bachelor
Deadline: 30 April 2020

> Career opportunities at an NGO, FWEAN
Deadline: 11 April 2020

> Career opportunities at UNFPA, the United Nations Population Fund
Deadline: 10 April 2020

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> Career opportunities at UNICEF ; Qualification: +2
Deadline: 9 April 2020

> ADRA Nepal announces vacancy for various positions
Deadline: 15 April 2020

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> Career opportunities at World Health Organization (WHO); Salary: NPR 2.39+ Lakh per month
Deadline: 9 April2020

> Career opportunities at USAID's project
Deadline: 24 April 2020

> Heifer International Nepal announces vacancy for various positions; Qualification: Bachelor/ High School
Deadline: 11 April 2020

> Career opportunities at an INGO, Management Sciences for Health (MSH)
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> Career opportunities at The Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS); Qualification: +2; NRs. 25,000.00 Monthly
Deadline: 7 April 2020

> Career opportunities at an INGO, Felm Nepal; Qualification: Bachelor
Deadline:  7 April 2020

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> Career opportunities at Embassy of Japan; Qualification: Bachelor
Deadline: 4 April 2020

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Lok Sewa Aayog Reading Materials-101, 22 Poush 2076 Nagarik News

Lok Sewa Aayog is also known as Public Service Commission.After the establishment of Democracy on BS 2007 BS civil service was started for independently according to B.S 2008 year Ashad 1. For this purpose the Public Service Commission was established on 15 June 1951 A.D.For The selection of suitable candidates to the civil service works, Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063, Chapter 13 is on the Public Service Commission has been arranged.

Process of Selection
The Public Service Commission conducts examinations for selection of candidates as per the Public Service Commission (Procedure) Act, 2066 B.S. using one or more methods of selection as follows:
> Open competitive written examination,
> Open competitive practical examination,
> Interview and,
> Any other methods adopted by the Commission.


In order to carry out selection process, the Commission publishes vacancy announcement for the concerned candidates in its weekly bulletins published every Wednesday as well as in the "Gorkhapatra", a national daily.

https://www.educatenepal.com/notice_announcements/mobile/lok-sewa-aayog-exam-preparation-questions-answer-reading-materials
The Commission has also adopted an annual calendar of operation of its activities which incorporates all the details of phases of the selection process.

In order to maintain fairness and impartiality in the selection, the commission has adopted a system of "multi-blindness" in which setting and moderation of questions, checking of answer sheets, conduction of interviews as well as result of written examinations and interviews are carried out in a manner that officials involved are kept in anonymity to each other.( source: psc.gov.np)



Loksewa Aayog Reading Materials published on   21 Poush 2076 Nagarik News (given below):



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Lok Sewa Aayog Reading Materials-100, 21 Poush 2076 Rajdhani

Lok Sewa Aayog is also known as Public Service Commission.After the establishment of Democracy on BS 2007 BS civil service was started for independently according to B.S 2008 year Ashad 1. For this purpose the Public Service Commission was established on 15 June 1951 A.D.For The selection of suitable candidates to the civil service works, Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063, Chapter 13 is on the Public Service Commission has been arranged.

Process of Selection
The Public Service Commission conducts examinations for selection of candidates as per the Public Service Commission (Procedure) Act, 2066 B.S. using one or more methods of selection as follows:
> Open competitive written examination,
> Open competitive practical examination,
> Interview and,
> Any other methods adopted by the Commission.


In order to carry out selection process, the Commission publishes vacancy announcement for the concerned candidates in its weekly bulletins published every Wednesday as well as in the "Gorkhapatra", a national daily.

https://www.educatenepal.com/notice_announcements/mobile/lok-sewa-aayog-exam-preparation-questions-answer-reading-materials
The Commission has also adopted an annual calendar of operation of its activities which incorporates all the details of phases of the selection process.

In order to maintain fairness and impartiality in the selection, the commission has adopted a system of "multi-blindness" in which setting and moderation of questions, checking of answer sheets, conduction of interviews as well as result of written examinations and interviews are carried out in a manner that officials involved are kept in anonymity to each other.( source: psc.gov.np)



Loksewa Aayog Reading Materials published on   21 Poush 2076 Rajdhani (given below):

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Lok Sewa Aayog Reading Materials-99, 18 Poush 2076 Rajdhani

Lok Sewa Aayog is also known as Public Service Commission.After the establishment of Democracy on BS 2007 BS civil service was started for independently according to B.S 2008 year Ashad 1. For this purpose the Public Service Commission was established on 15 June 1951 A.D.For The selection of suitable candidates to the civil service works, Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063, Chapter 13 is on the Public Service Commission has been arranged.

Process of Selection
The Public Service Commission conducts examinations for selection of candidates as per the Public Service Commission (Procedure) Act, 2066 B.S. using one or more methods of selection as follows:
> Open competitive written examination,
> Open competitive practical examination,
> Interview and,
> Any other methods adopted by the Commission.


In order to carry out selection process, the Commission publishes vacancy announcement for the concerned candidates in its weekly bulletins published every Wednesday as well as in the "Gorkhapatra", a national daily.

https://www.educatenepal.com/notice_announcements/mobile/lok-sewa-aayog-exam-preparation-questions-answer-reading-materials
The Commission has also adopted an annual calendar of operation of its activities which incorporates all the details of phases of the selection process.

In order to maintain fairness and impartiality in the selection, the commission has adopted a system of "multi-blindness" in which setting and moderation of questions, checking of answer sheets, conduction of interviews as well as result of written examinations and interviews are carried out in a manner that officials involved are kept in anonymity to each other.( source: psc.gov.np)



Loksewa Aayog Reading Materials published on  18 Poush 2076 Rajdhani (given below):






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Lok Sewa Aayog Reading Materials-98, 16 Poush 2076 Gorkhapatra

Lok Sewa Aayog is also known as Public Service Commission.After the establishment of Democracy on BS 2007 BS civil service was started for independently according to B.S 2008 year Ashad 1. For this purpose the Public Service Commission was established on 15 June 1951 A.D.For The selection of suitable candidates to the civil service works, Interim Constitution of Nepal, 2063, Chapter 13 is on the Public Service Commission has been arranged.

Process of Selection
The Public Service Commission conducts examinations for selection of candidates as per the Public Service Commission (Procedure) Act, 2066 B.S. using one or more methods of selection as follows:
> Open competitive written examination,
> Open competitive practical examination,
> Interview and,
> Any other methods adopted by the Commission.


In order to carry out selection process, the Commission publishes vacancy announcement for the concerned candidates in its weekly bulletins published every Wednesday as well as in the "Gorkhapatra", a national daily.

https://www.educatenepal.com/notice_announcements/mobile/lok-sewa-aayog-exam-preparation-questions-answer-reading-materials
The Commission has also adopted an annual calendar of operation of its activities which incorporates all the details of phases of the selection process.

In order to maintain fairness and impartiality in the selection, the commission has adopted a system of "multi-blindness" in which setting and moderation of questions, checking of answer sheets, conduction of interviews as well as result of written examinations and interviews are carried out in a manner that officials involved are kept in anonymity to each other.( source: psc.gov.np)



Loksewa Aayog Reading Materials published on  16 Poush 2076 Gorkhapatra (given below):

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Nationwide lockdown extended till 3 Baisakh

The Nepal government decided on Monday to extend its national lockdown by another week till 3 Baisakh 2077 ( 15 April 2020). This the second time the government extended the lockdown.


As the COVID-19 cases are increasing in the country, the government decided to extend the lockdown by another week to stop the spread of coronavirus.

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High paying jobs in Nepal for various positons; Salary: NRs. 60,000 - 150,000 Monthly


The government first enforced a week-long lockdown from March 24. Amid rising COVID-19 cases, the government extended the nationwide lockdown by one week, until April 7.
As of Friday, the country has witnessed nine COVID-19 confirmed cases. Of them, 1 had recovered and other eight are still receiving medical treatment.

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