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Posts form 2018

Software Developer Job Explanation.

09-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Tired of the extended commutes, stuffy offices, or perhaps having to placed on pants each morning? The Software Licensing Assistance reported that the space of the offline Confirmation ID (CID) is usu ... Read More

Anyone Can Become AN IMPROVED Writer

09-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Help with essay composing? In case you don't like the completed UK essays, look and feel absolve to request a revision onto it and we will correct it shortly according to your entire specifications an ... Read More

Tree Plantation Program by Social Service Club

09-Jun-2018

By:Bhawana Yadav

DWIT Social Service Club had organized a plantation program named ‘GO GREEN on the World Environment Day, 5th June 2018. The main agenda of this program was to make the environment clean and green ... Read More

Writing A Pros And Cons Essay

09-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Essay writing is a task done for a number of purposes but the basic composition remains the same. Select from hundreds of writers, taking into consideration their ratings, experience, and fees. Connec ... Read More

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07-Jun-2018

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07-Jun-2018

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The main 5 Important Stages involving Raising Investment capital What You Need that will Know

07-Jun-2018

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It is vital for firms seeking financing to contemplate down the page a few portions anytime they sign negotiating offer terms: 1 ) Pre-Seed Paying for Not each organization may improve the pre-seed ro ... Read More

Facebook without Internet Connection: Is it Possible?

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Facebook is so far the leading social networking site with around 500 million users. Among these 500 million users, 50% log on to their Facebook account regularly and a gigantic number of Facebook act ... Read More

Microsoft Shuts Down Windows XP for Good

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

The most famous operating system that Microsoft ever launched is going to retire from the world soon. According to the recent news, Microsoft Inc. has made a decision to stop providing technical assis ... Read More

Charge Your Mobile Phone While Walking

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Have you ever faced any problems of charging your mobile phone due to continuous blackouts and other frequent power cuts? Obviously it must be 'Yes'. Being in Nepal, there are very few people who get ... Read More

Debate session of DeerTalk conducted

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

0n 4th April 2014, the debate session of the 3rd DeerTalk season was conducted in Nupse Hall. "Love marriage vs. Arrange marriage" was the topic to be debated as decided by the DeerTalk Team. Like oth ... Read More

The Condition of Examinations in our Country

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

"There is no seat plan; you can sit wherever you want in the exam hall." This was the statement that I first heard when I was about to enter the exam hall at Padma Kanya Campus for giving the first bo ... Read More

DeerExpress Season 5 Initiated

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

On 30th May, the new season of DeerExpress season started. As per the competitions regulations, there were six participants. Due to the term paper presentation of batch of 2017, only 3 participants to ... Read More

Movie Review : The Amazing Spider-Man 2

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Finally, the sequel of the superhero series "The Amazing Spider-man" from 2012 was released on 2nd May worldwide. Columbia Pictures has brought yet another entertaining movie of the famous hero Spider ... Read More

FIFA World Cup: An Event Like No Other!

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

The grand and the greatest sporting event of the world, FIFA World Cup, 20th edition has commenced in Brazil. This mega event will run from June 12th to July 13th. The games however, are not limited t ... Read More

Know Your Neighborhood : Kaushaltar

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Over the recent years, Bhaktapur district has come up as a perfect place to hide away from madding crowd, the dust and smoke, traffic jams and virtually, a concrete jungle of the central areas of Kath ... Read More

Disgrace in Football

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Over the last few days, we have been hearing and reading about Luis Suarez's disgraceful act during Uruguay's group stage game against Italy. During the game, he bit an opponent player Giorgio Chielli ... Read More

Yala Product: Incentive Manager

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Deerwalk Services, one of the largest IT companies of Nepal, works in collaboration with Deerwalk Incorporation, USA. It is a company that builds health analytics and custom based software products. A ... Read More

What Winning Feels Like

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

"Brazilians are too strong, they will win this World Cup. Those in white will lose". These words of my father are still fresh on my mind. I was an eight year old kid then. I don't remember much of the ... Read More

Talk Program with The Chairman

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

On July 24th, 2014 the Chairman of Deerwalk Services and DWIT, Rudra Pandey, addressed the students of Batch 2017. He talked about programming techniques, approaches and algorithms to solve problems ... Read More

Breaking The Record to Unite The Hearts

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Have you noticed any of your friends on Facebook in the past few days posting their photographs holding a placard in their hands tagged "Breaking the record to unite the Hearts"? If you are wondering ... Read More

Nepalese App Expected to Beat WhatsApp and Instagram

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

A group of Nepalese engineers have launched a social platform for self-expression and organization of the users’ activities under one roof. A Washington D.C based company called 'Sagoon Inc.' run by ... Read More

Incidents In Our Nation: Difference in Preference

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

If we look back at the past 15 days or so in Nepal, a number of eye-catching incidents have occurred. To name the top ones, a massive landslide affected Sindhupalchowk district, Indian Prime Minister, ... Read More

For the First Time at DWIT

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

First of all, the fest was the first of its kind since the establishment of DWIT in 2011. Loaded with all sorts of music, dances, foods and fun games, it was a completely mesmerizing event that will r ... Read More

DeerCoders: A New Initiation

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

The Software Club has taken a new approach called “DeerCoders” with a motive of enhancing the students’ programming skills by encouraging them to use their creativity in solving complex programm ... Read More

Ticket Booking for Dashain: A Daunting Task

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Dashain, the greatest festival of Hindus, is just around the corner. Probably, it is one of the very few events in a year that creates a lot of anticipation and eagerness in almost everyone, be it chi ... Read More

Air Pollution Harms the Capital and Its Citizens

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Kathmandu, the capital city and the only metropolitan city in Nepal, has been suffering from extreme centralization for the last 15-20 years. Most Nepalese dream to live in Kathmandu, expecting better ... Read More

Festive Seasons: Along with Road Accidents?

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Tihar is gone and with the approaching Chhaith, a row of great festivals and holidays are going to bid us goodbye for quite a while. People are going to be back to work and school, back to the same ol ... Read More

Nepal Gears up for The SAARC Summit

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

"Deeper Integration for Peace and Prosperity" is the theme of the 18th SAARC summit that is going to be held in the Nepalese capital city on November 26-27, 2014. For this important meeting of the Sou ... Read More

How Does Google Work?

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Needless to mention, Google is the most famous and most used search engine in the world at present. Whenever we need any information about anything, we use Google. It has become a huge source of knowl ... Read More

An Attack to Humanity

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

"We were taking our regular classes. Suddenly, two heavily armed men got inside our classroom and started shooting everybody. I saw two friends being shot, one in the head and one in the chest. Two te ... Read More

Sports Snatch- II

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

This is the second version of the regular sports news that we are covering regularly from this week. In this news, we cover the overall brief news of the sporting activities that go around the world i ... Read More

Sports Snatch III

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

We have come up with yet another edition of the regular series of the sports snatch. As we all know, this is our regular sports coverage in which we give an overview of the sporting events that happen ... Read More

Dear Electricity........

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Greetings My Dear, Where have you been? Yesterday, when I was going to bed, you had already left me with a promise to come back. Today, when I woke up, I found that you have already gone again. Mom to ... Read More

ICC World Cup 2015: Get to Know DWITians' Views

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Photo: ICC World Cup 2015                                                        Photo Courtesy: techpp.com We all know that sports and games interest a lot of people in t ... Read More

Watching National Team Play at Dashrath Stadium

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Photo: Supportive Nepalese cheering for their home team Photo Courtesy: http://givemegoal.com/np/ Cheers all around. The 'Nepal! Nepal!' screams envelope the stadium. National flags being waved. Faces ... Read More

Mulpani Cricket Stadium: A Dream Project

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Photo: Cricket stadium under construction Photo Courtesy: Asmit Ojha As a Nepali cricket fan, when I went to watch the ACC T20 Championship final between Nepal and Afghanistan a couple of years back, ... Read More

Normal Cinema Halls VS Multiplexes: Which One Outweighs the Other?

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

The culture of going out to watch movies has been flourishing in Nepal in the recent years. More and more multiplexes are being established, especially in the Kathmandu Valley. Obviously, they provide ... Read More

Facebook, It is All About Trolling

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Facebook, being one of the greatest and most successful innovations of the Internet technology, has many addicts. According to the recent data, Facebook has over 1.35 billion active users all over the ... Read More

This is Our Capital

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Nowadays, whenever I have to leave my house to go to college, shopping or on a short walk, I feel heavy. It's not because of any heavy work or fear of anyone, it's the fear of the streets. The monsoon ... Read More

Nepal's World Cup Dreams Shattered

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

With a high hope, an ambitious plan and carrying the overwhelming support of all Nepalese from Nepal and all over the world, Nepalese National Cricket team traveled to Ireland with an aim to qualify ... Read More

English Premier League Season 2015/16: Get to Know DWIT's View

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Art By: Shreha Regmi As the New EPL Season  has begun, with it has begun new enthusiasm, new thrill and yet another wait for football lovers is finally over. We all know that there are a lot of peopl ... Read More

Deerwalk Canteen Service to be Reformed and Reorganized

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Art By: Shreha Regmi Deerwalk Foods is soon announcing free lunch for all the employees of Deerwalk Services. All employees can now enjoy a buffet system of lunch along with the current Official Dinne ... Read More

A Brink of Hope

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Art By: Sneha Parajuli The young Nepalese Under-19 football team has finally ended the 22-year long trophy drought in football by winning the SAF U-19 championship 2015. Being the hosts and with a mas ... Read More

Games in Deerfest

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Photo: Participants of Tug of war pulling the rope during the competition Photo Courtesy: Navaraj Kharel On 13th September, Deerfest 2.0 was organized in Deerwalk Institute of Technology where all De ... Read More

DWIT Co-Hosted Google Translate-a-thon

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Photo: DWIT students at Google Translate-a-thon Photo Courtesy: Bijaya Kumar Shrestha On 22 Sep, 2015, Deerwalk Institute of Technology co-hosted a 'translate-a-thon' program with a Nepalese and a Cam ... Read More

Life Without Fuel Shall Bless Us With Unique Identity

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Whenever I go to the bus station nowadays and try to get into an overly crowded bus to my school, I remember an imaginary writing in English course of our 10+2 'A nightmare life without fuel'. The wri ... Read More

They Need a Genuine Opportunity

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News On October 25, 2015, Nepalese Under-19 Cricket Team overcame Ireland by three wickets in a qualifier game held in Kinrara Oval Cricket Ground, Malaysia and got selected for ... Read More

'The Damned United', An Extraordinary Story

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Photo Courtesy: Asmit Ojha The Damned United (2009) is about a footballing figure that dominated English football in the 60's and 70's. It brings into light the character and journey of Brian Clough, ... Read More

The Blockbluster Nepali Movie Kabaddi Kabaddi: Review

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Picture Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar After the grand success of the movie 'Kabaddi' in 2013, the sequel 'Kabaddi Kabaddi' was recently launched in November, 2015 which also proved to be a blockbuster hit ... Read More

What exactly are Values of the Two-Year School.

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Leading-edge training in this particular country is instantly turning into a necessity from the company team instead of an extravagance. While in the past the people today who experienced a secondary ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Soothing sight of Dhulikhel (Nepal) The 2018 World Cup is fast approaching, with national sides making their final preparations ahead of this summer's tournament. We now know the groups after Decemb ... Read More

What exactly are Values of a Two-Year College or university.

07-Jun-2018

By:Asmit Ojha

Highly developed education and learning within this nation is instantly turning into a need with the venture team in lieu of an extravagance. From the previous the men and women who had a secondary co ... Read More

On Cloud Nine

29-May-2018

By:Arjun Dahal

The insanity in the roses, The insanity in the rainbow, The insanity in the clouds, The insanity in the winds, The insanity in the dusk, The insanity in the dreams, The insanity in y ... Read More

DWIT News Successfully Conduct Video Editing Training

21-May-2018

By:Simran Parajuli

Photo: Aabishkar Pandey '21, DWIT News DWIT News conducted a basic three-hour video editing training last week. A total of 23 participants took the training course. Sagar Shrestha '20 and Shrayash S ... Read More

Software Club Conducts WordPress Workshop

21-May-2018

By:Aishwarya Sapkota

Photo: Shubham Joshi '21, DWIT News DWIT Software club recently conducted a workshop on “Wordpress”.  The workshop was conducted to help students learn basic knowledge of how it works. A total 22 ... Read More

The Lady with The Mask

18-May-2018

By:Arjun Dahal

Down on the Nepal Yatayat, from Koteshwor to Kamaladi, A lady peeked into my bus, and pretending to be unknown, looking like to the sideways, starred at me. Those eyes, I had seen so ... Read More

DeerUtsav 4.0 : A Great Success

04-May-2018

By:Simran Parajuli

The most awaited moment for the Class of 2017, Deerutsav 4.0 was finally held on 28th April 2018. After longing days and hours of hard work, the day had come, the time for the biggest event of DWIT. ... Read More

How was DeerUtsav 4.0?

04-May-2018

By:Aabishkar Pandey

Photo Courtesy: DWIT college The day when 4 years of hard work and toil finally pays off and the day arrives for the students to finally bid goodbye to the college life behind them and embrace the ch ... Read More

Three Days at IOT Conference

16-Apr-2018

By:Suraj Prasai

 DWIT College team at IoT Conference It was a break from the everyday college life. Going to college early morning and coming back day after day, it was quite boring. It was the story of such one bo ... Read More

The Consciousness of a Literate

13-Apr-2018

By:Saurav Karki

We all know, when a title of 'literate' is throned to someone, the man is considered to be highly intelligent with good academic degrees. He doesn't believe in old superstitious dumb beliefs. He spend ... Read More

Anomalies of Education

13-Apr-2018

By:Rojal Sigdel

Education is indeed, one of the most valuable assets, a person can have. Our veins give high emphasis on the field of education. We have been taught, it is the only thing that enlightens life. From ou ... Read More

Talk Program by Renuka Sharma

13-Apr-2018

By:Aabishkar Pandey

Image: Documentary Moie Dramatics On 30th March, Friday, The DeerExpress Club in collaboration with The Documentary Club organized a talk program with Renuka Sharma. Renuka Sharma is a social hero fi ... Read More

The First Book Reading session of 2018 ends

03-Apr-2018

By:Simran Parajuli

Photo Courtesy: Jubindra KC Deerwalk Literature Society conducted the last session of its book reading event on 30th March. Book reading session, as its name suggests, is all about reading the same b ... Read More

DWIT Job Fair 2018 Held Successfully

03-Apr-2018

By:Subham Joshi

Photo Courtesy: DWIT College On 28th March 2018 second edition on DWIT Job Fair was successfully conducted. This event was presented by Kantipur Digital Corp in association with Mero Job. The event w ... Read More

Monday is the brightest shade of yellow

02-Apr-2018

By:Surjana Joshi

My sister and I never agreed on the color of Tuesday.  For her Tuesday is green but for me Tuesday is blue. Sunday is red, Monday is the brightest shade of yellow, Wednesday is bright pink, Thursday ... Read More

Vedas

02-Apr-2018

By:Sudarshan Dhakal

Image: detechter.com The Vedas are a collection of hymns and other religious texts. These contain poems, prayers, and formulas considered to be sacred by the Vedic. The original writer is not known ... Read More

DWIT Job Fair, 2018 One Question

26-Mar-2018

By:Aabishkar Pandey

Image: Documentary Movie  Dramatics During the DWIT Job Fair, held on 23rd March 2018, the DWIT News interviewed some of the guests. They were asked the question: "What do you think about the DWIT ... Read More

DWIT Job Fair Orientation for Applicants

26-Mar-2018

By:Aishwarya Sapkota

Image: Documentary Movie Dramatics With the arrival of DWIT JOB FAIR 2018, different orientation programs were held on 26th March. On that day, there were two orientation sessions; one for the comp ... Read More

DWIT Job Fair Orientation for Companies

26-Mar-2018

By:Bhawana Yadav

Photo courtesy: Documentary Movie Dramatics An orientation session for the companies who would be attending DWIT job fair 2018 was held on 22nd March 2018 from 11 am to 1 pm. There were about 19 comp ... Read More

DWIT Job Fair 2018 to be held on March 23

16-Mar-2018

By:DWIT News

Photo: DWIT Deerwalk Institute of Technology, DWIT, is conducting the second edition of the DWIT JOB FAIR. The event will be held on 23rd March 2018 at Deerwalk Complex, Sifal. This is a day-long e ... Read More

Social Service Conducted Blood Donation Program

12-Mar-2018

By:Simran Parajuli

Photo: DWIT Social Service Club It is said that everyone has a life-saving gift which is Blood. The smallest particles which combine to form it has the biggest role in the body. With a hope to sav ... Read More

All Hands Meeting 2018

11-Mar-2018

By:Aabishkar Pandey

Photo Courtesy: DWIT college All Hands Meeting 2018 was held on 9th March, Friday at the Sagarmatha Hall. The students and the other DWIT members were notified about what the college had achieved in ... Read More

Meet the Women behind Spotlight

08-Mar-2018

By:Sushil Awale

From left: Maunta Gautam, Pallavi Ghimire, Aakankshya Shrestha.           Collage by Sagar Shrestha, DWIT News Pallavi Ghimire ‘20 has always been fascinated with talk shows. Her mom is a big ... Read More

Mr. Manish Modi, co-founder of Janaki Technology Speaks to Students

05-Mar-2018

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Photo: Documentary Movie and Dramatics Club The DeerExpress Club in collaboration with the Documentary Club organized a Deertalk session with Manish Modi, the director and co-founder at Janaki Techno ... Read More

Express your feeling with rose

23-Feb-2018

By:Aishwarya Sapkota

Photo Courtesy: DWIT social service club Recently, DWIT social service club organized an event named “Express your feeling with rose”. This event was organized as valentines day special. It start ... Read More

Price Rise in Deerwalk Canteen

23-Feb-2018

By:Aabishkar Pandey

  There is no doubt that the Deerwalk Foods had been serving good quality food at a reasonable price. But the price of food has hiked since 3 Feb, 2018 which is rather unusual and most of the stu ... Read More

Sophomore Students Teach C Programming to Freshman Students

20-Feb-2018

By:Moon Shrestha

Photo: DWIT News DWIT offers various semester training classes in each semester to its students. As a part of semester training, C programming has been taught for freshman students. The classes have ... Read More

Analysis of Beggars in Modern Nepal

13-Feb-2018

By:DWIT News

Photo courtesy: Shutterstock Analysis of Beggars in Modern Nepal Abstract This paper attempts to classify the beggars of modern Nepal according to their professionalism and their art of begging. ... Read More

Social Service Club Organizes Creative writing/drawing Competition

06-Feb-2018

By:Simran Parajuli

Photo courtesy: DWIT Social Service club Social Service club conducted creative writing/drawing competition from January 23 to 25. It was conducted in three different orphanage homes namely Relation- ... Read More

Dibyesh Giri, CEO of Smart Tech Solution Shares his Entrepreneurial Story

01-Feb-2018

By:Subham Joshi

Photo: Documentary Movie and Dramatics Deerexpress Club in collaboration with Documentary, Movies and Dramatics Club organized a Deertalk session with Mr. Dibyesh Giri, CEO of Smart Tech Solution Pv ... Read More

DeerPicnic 2018

31-Jan-2018

By:Aishwarya Sapkota

DeerPicnic, the most awaiting moment for all the Deerwalkers, was held on 26 Jan 2018.  The picnic spot for this year was ‘’Sanga’’ which is situated on the border of the Bhaktapur.  Colleg ... Read More

DWIT Students Visit Spinal Injury Rehabilitation Center

30-Jan-2018

By:Prayush Shrestha

Photo: DWIT Fifteen students from Class of 2018 accompanied by Hitesh Karki, Chief Academic Officer of DWIT and Sunil Chaudhary, DWIT R&D Unit Head visited Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Cent ... Read More

Students Share their Experience On Building a Home

29-Jan-2018

By:admin

All Photos By: Suryaraj Timsina Mohan Singh Bomrel (3rd Semester Student) On 25th May, some of the students of DWIT went as volunteers to make a temporary house using bamboos and other required ma ... Read More

Bhaktapur: A City Suffering

29-Jan-2018

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo: Volunteers posing for a photograph                                                                                     Photo Courtesy: Rotaract Club o ... Read More

The Gift

23-Jan-2018

By:Arjun Dahal

  Gun Metal finish- Chronogram, One of the archetype. And the needles began tickling, In the wristwatch. The lady smiled at the watch box, Nonchalantly, And uttered her words ... Read More

The Sleep

22-Jan-2018

By:Nikita Parajuli

The rush of neurons, The rush of blood, The rush of anxiety, The rush of pen, The rush of light, The rush of the clock. Maimed by the illusion - thus punished twice, The valiant - ... Read More

On the Essence of Pen and Paper

20-Jan-2018

By:Nikita Parajuli

People say writing is a bad habit. But when the stresses disposed of in your eternal labyrinth, Whistles your pen, You start scribbling the lines, On your directionless paper, Where the ... Read More

The Auction of Human Mind

19-Jan-2018

By:Arjun Dahal

The gravitational wind sheltered in the hair, Dismantles the skull, Then blows inside, Slowly..... And slowly..... The motor nerves watch all the scene. "Did it stopped??.......Did i ... Read More

The Last Bench

18-Jan-2018

By:Arjun Dahal

The lecturer speaks, "Kronecker Delta....................." Few smart eyes are popped towards the whiteboard, Few virtuous heads are elevated to an angle of 30 degrees, Few Romeos are tryi ... Read More

Why Not You?

18-Jan-2018

By:Giriraj Khatri

Image: soulseeds.com It has been a while that I have been going through this thought. We have been complaining about all the things that government, politicians and concerned authority have not done ... Read More

About

17-Jan-2018

By:admin

DWIT News is proud to be Nepal's first and only online daily completely managed and run by college students. It is registered with the Department of Information Nepal. The company, under the name D.W. ... Read More

The Humiliation

17-Jan-2018

By:Arjun Dahal

What's goin' on in the last bench? The teacher yelled. "Planning your marriage" Was on the tip of my tongue, But I kept my mouth shut. "Nothing"-my mate too replied in a flash. The t ... Read More

Persistence of Silence

13-Jan-2018

By:Arjun Dahal

Already late, I jumped out of the bus, Before it stopped, And hurried to my class, half-a-league away.   As I kicked the door, The statues enjoying the pin drop silence, Star ... Read More

Morning, Noon and Night: Book Review

08-Jan-2018

By:Aadesh Dhakal

photo: Goodreads The author of this book, Sidney Sheldon, relished in his art of capturing his reader's minds from the start of the book to the finish. His writing style is fit for his thrilling novel ... Read More

First Session of Deertalk Season 24 Held

06-Jan-2018

By:DeerExpress Club

Photo: Deer Express Club Deer Express Club organized the First session of the 24th Season of Deertalk on the 5 Jan, 2018. The season dedicated to the Class of 2021 witnessed eight participants and t ... Read More

Social Service Club Collects Funds for Orphanage

04-Jan-2018

By:Aishwarya Sapkota

Image: DWIT  Social Service Club DWIT Social Service Club organized a special event for Christmas dedicated to the children of the orphanage. During the week of Christmas, Deerwalk Social Servic ... Read More

Hike to Namobuddha

02-Jan-2018

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: DWIT Hiking Club To mark the last day of the year 2017,  DWIT Hiking Club organized a one-day hike to Namobuddha on the day of new year's eve.  A total of fourteen people from batches 2020 a ... Read More

DeerExpress Club Organizes the Mini-Debate Competition

02-Jan-2018

By:Simran Parajuli

Photo: DWIT News The Mini-Debate Competition, organized by The Deer Express Club was successfully held on 16th of December. The event was made quite interesting by its topic “Staying single is be ... Read More

Ultimate Bonfire 2017

01-Jan-2018

By:Aabishkar Pandey

photo: DWIT Social Service Club                                         What’s better than to bid goodbye to 2017 with a big celebration? With 2017 finally coming to an end, i ... Read More

Posts form 2017

Club Day 2017 Conducted Successfully

26-Dec-2017

By:Aishwarya Sapkota

Photo: DWIT Club day is the most awaited day for all  DWIT members where the different clubs get new leaders and members. On this day, students can choose which club they want to be involved accord ... Read More

DWIT News Conducts News Presentation Workshop

17-Dec-2017

By:Subham Joshi

Photo: DWIT news On Dec 15, DWIT News conducted a workshop on News Presentation and Field Reporting. Akankshya Upadhyay, News Presenter at Kantipur Television and a final year student of DWIT facil ... Read More

DWIT News Conduct Orientation Program for New Team Members

16-Dec-2017

By:Nitisha Timalsina

Photo: DWIT News  DWIT News held an Orientation program for the new team members this week. All the members including the President were assembled together for the meeting. The main agenda of the m ... Read More

Deerwalk Group Conducts Seventh Annual General Meeting

15-Dec-2017

By:Avina Nakarmi

Photo: DWIT Deerwalk Group successfully held a combined Annual General Meeting of DWIT, DSS, and Comp-ware on Saturday, 9th December 2017. AGM was attended by the Board of Directors, Finance Committe ... Read More

Deerwalk Learning Center Releases Flipped Class

16-Nov-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

  Deerwalk Learning Center, DLC, has recently launched the first series of video lectures for students of grade nine as an initiative to introducing flipped class method in Nepal.  DLC is a n ... Read More

UEFA Champions League is Back

03-Nov-2017

By:DWIT News

After 13 long days, the UEFA Champions League had returned. A late night drama for Paris Saint-Germain F.C. who defeated the Belgian champions Anderlecht 5 goals to 0 in Parc des Princes, Paris, Fra ... Read More

Dashain Travels

28-Sep-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Photo: Erinanne Lynch Dashain is meant to be celebrated with family and friends, which means a majority of people leave for their home during this season. With the start of Dashain festival, the flow ... Read More

26-Sep-2017

By:admin

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Present-Day Dashain

18-Sep-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: Adventure Nepal Eco Trek Dashain is one of the most anticipated festivals for the Nepalese. People of all ages are looking forward to Dashain. Some are waiting to rejoice and spend time with t ... Read More

The Decaying Paradise

14-Sep-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Nothing to remind, Nothing to lose, Nothing to bind, Nothing to peruse.   He waited the sun at dawn, To spark among the snow, On the hat of mountains. Yes! It did. Natu ... Read More

On the Day of Valentine

11-Sep-2017

By:Nikita Parajuli

It's valentine, And the roses are everywhere. Like the empty vessels, That sounds much, The doomed red matter beats faster, Murmuring the voices through the wind.   The momen ... Read More

Elections to be Held in Flood Affected Areas

11-Sep-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Image: Review Nepal With houses being swept by flood, no scope for resettlement and no hope for future safety against floods, the citizens of province two of Eastern Terai are gearing up for local le ... Read More

Welcome to the Graveyard

08-Sep-2017

By:Saurav Karki

Beneath the full moon sky With dark clouds chanting the magic spell The cadaverous wind echoing with the bark of dogs. Dead silence burns in the chilling laughter with the howl of wolves T ... Read More

Cycles of Time

08-Sep-2017

By:Nikita Parajuli

The four seasons completed the cycle, And the one, Who was waiting for the mailbox, Optically woven with the fiber, Functioning- precisely with the universal limit, Finally received it, ... Read More

Polluting the Brain

06-Sep-2017

By:DWIT News

Image: Moms Clean Air Force Human brain is indeed one of the most amazing and ineffable matter, that has long troubled every human ever existed in the earth. It is the same brain that made few of the ... Read More

To The Mosquito

04-Sep-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

After the amber sunset, Rises the modern Dracula, Which sucks the blood in its innocent way, Leaving me helpless.   It sings, In the vicinity of my ear, With its fast flowing ... Read More

Absurdity

04-Sep-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Slowly, Slowly, And slowly, You cripple inside my mind. Now, I've closed my books And lit the cigarette. Who is burning whom? Probably, The answer lies in the sublime smoke, ... Read More

Min Bahadur Bham Spoke to DWIT Students

04-Sep-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo: Deer Express Club Deer Express club conducted a talk program on September 1, 2017, with a young emerging Nepali director Min Bahadur Bham. He is the director of the Nepali movie Kalopothi (The ... Read More

Fragments of Rain

01-Sep-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

"Bad Dancer"- She said. And I couldn't stop laughing.   She- The craziest- I've ever known, Made me dance in the rain. The road was sparkling, Welcoming the large rain ... Read More

Making It First Time

01-Sep-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

We were in the early teens, At the beginning of adolescence. That day, my friend Saurav, came to my house With a porno DVD, For we were going to jerk-off. It was my first time, And h ... Read More

Just To Say

31-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Found an old diary At the drawer. All the pages were blank, And the first page was torn out.   These blank pages echoes much, Now left to be filled, By the spirit of that tor ... Read More

Funeral of Your Memories

30-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

And still today- I'm thinking of you.   I think of you- Of those old days when you would often mock and tease, calling me Monkey, and now I love that word. I think of you- Of th ... Read More

On The Memory of my Friend

29-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

His name was Aasis. A cherished fellow, And a cool mate, We used to call him by his nickname Bakkhe   We were in school days And my neighbors had held Saptaha Puran. It was a ... Read More

Data Bank Visualization Team Successfully Conduct KSS III

29-Aug-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo: DWIT College Data Bank Visualization team facilitated the third Knowledge Sharing Session. The session was conducted on Aug 24 and it mainly focused on the importance of Data Bank and its Visu ... Read More

A Glimpse of Students' Union in Nepal

28-Aug-2017

By:DWIT News

Photo: Himalayan Times Union, certainly it does not need any hard and fast definitions and more so when it comes to the word ‘ Students' Union ’; even illiterate people understand the meaning of th ... Read More

Book Reading Session- II Ends

27-Aug-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: Deerwalk Literature Society After successfully completing the first book reading session, Deerwalk Literature Society organized its second session with the book Palpasa Café by Narayan Wagle. ... Read More

On Quitting Poetry

27-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Nothing can be formed new, Until it first burns in its own flame. Till to ashes.   History knows, The heroes have fallen and failed, For countless times- to shine again. And ... Read More

Remorses

27-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

I have accepted, The pain as my master. Each and every time it thrashes me, It provides me a new lesson, Making me more determined, And many things are always better - left unsaid ... Read More

The Search for Peace

26-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

All works put on a halt, No! A person can't be happy, When his soul has lost its vibes, With no signs, Of being connected again.   For, Five days- I traveled through Boudha, ... Read More

Documentary Club Conduct Open Screening Session VIII

26-Aug-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo: Documentary, Movie and Dramatics Club Documentary, Movie, and Dramatics club organized Open Screening Session VIII on August 22.  Three Short Movies by film maker Prabesh Poudel were screened ... Read More

On Defining Her by Physics

25-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The Physicists, Have always been haunted by the time. Time- The ultimate singularity, In their equations.   Years back, I once attempted, A vain attempt. I ran in search f ... Read More

Silent Accord

25-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The fall of dreams, The fall of hopes, The fall of visions, The fall of breath, The fall of light, The fall of senses, The fall of intimacy, The fall of eternity, There's a sha ... Read More

Monsoon

25-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The pair of oceanic eyes, Welled up with rain, Is stricken by a nostalgic lightning. Some thunderbolts are abstract, Can only be felt, By the observer himself, But it paves the way f ... Read More

The Watch

25-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Three long needles Morning, Day, and Night Knowingly They tease you For every breath you take. Each rush, to push the another In a cycle of infiniteness.   Do they know? ... Read More

The Photograph

23-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The timid rainbow, The fainting clouds, The green meadow, The sprawling branches of the oak tree, The humming crickets, The peeping dusk, The radiant smile, But, with her silence ... Read More

Gravity: The Clock Master

23-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Every mass hurls, It's your sole effect. The light bends, The time slows. Your beauty lies in your singularity, Where all great minds get doomed. Knowingly, They must face t ... Read More

The Cradle and the Grave

22-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

From the every drop of flame, A lifeless river gets ignited. Nature blows the life. Then, winding through the mist covered paradise, Cradling a long in the heights of milky mountains, T ... Read More

The Full Moon

22-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Alarming the dusk, Piercing the darkness, She rises silently.   Stealing the beauty from eyes, Scanning the dreams, She takes you to the wonderland.   Accelerating th ... Read More

Thoughts for Quitting Cigarette

20-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Once some wise men said, "Few cigarettes a day, Keeps your stress away". I followed them immediately. Hence, my journey began, With now almost a decade gone.   Compulsory wit ... Read More

Solitude

18-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

When the moon mourns, The light fades, And the dreams haunts back again, A wanderer, Revisits his clouding mind Covered by the mist of estrangedness.   He -The seeker of t ... Read More

Counting Days

18-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Six days, And I've been thinking of you - So vivid - So poignant, Like never before.   I rambled through different places, Visited many of my friends, Even did weed and al ... Read More

Udhyami Seed Camp- Tech Edition To Take Place in Aug 25 to 30

15-Aug-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Image: fb.com/UdhyamiSeedCamp Udhyami Seed Camp- Tech Edition, the second of Udhyami seed camp is taking place from Aug 25 to Aug 30. It is a six-day long startup boot camp designed to provide guidanc ... Read More

Standing Between Physics and Poetry

14-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Darling, you've made me The terrorist of poetry. It was you from where my lines started, And I roamed through Natural, Supernatural, Love, Romance, Philosophy, I came across everything, ... Read More

Go Away - Lovely Rose

14-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Go away- lovely rose, Tell her not to haunt me again. I don't want the same flame burn me twice. Go, lovely rose- Tell her- Her memories are wasting my time And deteriorating her bea ... Read More

Lullaby For You

14-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Lay your sleeping head, On my faithful arms, My love For my pen has brought you Close enough to me. You're only gone But not forgotten. So rest your sleeping head.   Throu ... Read More

Paranoia

13-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Her words, Have left the scars And have deranged the veins, Inducing the paranoia And leaving me transfused Into her ever gauging eyes. I've gone slow in the past Sinking down bit ... Read More

The Nature

13-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

It's been raining since last night. The news is reporting, Of flood everywhere, And the climatologists, Have termed it as the highest rainfall of the year. Is it just a coincidence? ... Read More

Bridal Ballad

11-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The clock strikes twelve And the downpour bursts When the long preserved faith Gets stained by rust The naked rays of moon Like the explosion of fireworks Mocks me for losing the sen ... Read More

On Your Marriage

11-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Today you're gonna be married, And, I can see you- Vividly, How have you been?   The scattering yellowish rays of the dawn, When kisses you, You shall be awake but lazy in yo ... Read More

Spartacus

11-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

A Thracian by birth, And once a roman soldier, Was deserted and later, Enslaved as a gladiator. A heavyweight Murmillo, Charmed by his Gladius and Scutum, He was the slave leader Spa ... Read More

Peace of Mind

09-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The old books on the shelves, Bathed in dust, Teases me for the days, Lost in ignorance, Creeping out silently in my dreams, They mock me, haunt me, And scream to me, "Where were ... Read More

Get To Know Sushant Chitrakar, President of DWIT Sports Club

06-Aug-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

Sushant Chitrakar, President of Sports Club Sushant Chitrakar -  a sports enthusiast is the president of DWIT Sports Club. He really hopes that people will consider sports and athletics as a part of ... Read More

On Friendship Day

06-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The sands of time blazed in its array, Foreshadows the serpentine path of eternity. Glorious shall be your days, With Inevitable success - Accelerating happiness- And eternal bliss. ... Read More

So Was Feynman

05-Aug-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

A late talker, Born with curiosity for nature Hurling through his nonsensical thoughts He trained himself.   The path integral formulation, Quantum electrodynamics, And the d ... Read More

IT4D, 2017 One Question

04-Aug-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Photo: IT4D During the IT4D conference, held on 30th July 2017, the DWIT News interviewed some of the guests. They were asked the question “How do you like the program so far? How can the program b ... Read More

IT4D Conference Successfully Held

04-Aug-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

Photo: IT4D The fourth International Conference on Information Technology for Development (IT4D), organized by Deerwalk Institute of Technology was a three-day event that was successfully held from 2 ... Read More

Presenting in IT4D – A Wonderful Experience!

01-Aug-2017

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo: IT4D "When opportunity knocks at your door, be willing to take a chance, because you never know how wonderful something can turn out to be!" This statement has been guiding me all along. I ... Read More

Lies

30-Jul-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

O' Lies, How beautifully you get mingled? With everything I have.   The pages of my books, The tickling needles of my clock, The flowing rhythms on my phone, The burning flam ... Read More

Fading Out

30-Jul-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The walls No longer echoes the same rhymes. The liquid shadows have vanished, In the silver tears of rain, Racing from the summer sky.   She once believed, In every tale, he ... Read More

IT department Facilitates Knowledge Sharing Session 2

29-Jul-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Suryaraj Timsina, Head of IT Department at Deerwalk Group                                                                     Photo: DWIT On July 25, Knowledge Shari ... Read More

Since You Are Gone

27-Jul-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

He battled insomnia, He battled schizophrenia, He battled his dreams, He battled his thoughts, He battled his mementos, He battled his loneliness, He battled emptiness, He battled ... Read More

Transformation

27-Jul-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

He burned in his own hell. Years, he wandered in vanity, Years, he waited and, simply waited. Now, out of his illusion, He realized, She ain't coming back.   "No! Not all tea ... Read More

Documentary Club Conduct Special Open Screening Session

26-Jul-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo: Documentary Movie and Dramatics Documentary, Movie and Dramatics Club in collaboration with Media Club organized a Special Open Screening Session on July 20, 2017. All the One-Shot Movies subm ... Read More

Mega Debate Conducted Successfully

23-Jul-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photos: Documentary, Movie and Dramatics Mega Debate organized by the Deer Express, Deerwalk Literature Society, and DWIT News with the support of Medication for Nepal was held on July 21, 2017. ... Read More

Chitooo - Enjoy Life With Benefits

19-Jul-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Source: chitooo.com Facebook has made an imperative impact in the lives of people. People post statuses, upload pictures and update their life events on Facebook. Thus, to justify this obsession in s ... Read More

Cleansing the Soul

18-Jul-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The unsung hymns, Dragged by the kindling wind, Along with the unchained melodies, Strides it's way to you.   Catastrophic years, he has passed. Time is the flame where he burne ... Read More

Mental Dissonance

17-Jul-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

He stood at the topmost of bridge, Glared at the blazing sun, Then, scowled down to the flowing river, Quiet and thoughtless.   Two wolves fight inside him, One the angel and a ... Read More

29 percent of Medical Students are Depressed Research Says

16-Jul-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo: Clinical Advisor Students in medical institutions are directly related to health professionals yet they have higher rates of depression than the average person. The suicide rate has been eleva ... Read More

Deer Express Club Host Data Science Meetup

16-Jul-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo: DeerExpress Club Data is very valuable for any firm or an organization. In order to pass this message, Deer Express Club organized a talk program with Dr. Basanta Dhungana where computer scien ... Read More

Politician or Celebrity?

10-Jul-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo; ekantipur.com Politicians these days are everywhere from newspapers, magazine covers to television shows. More rampantly, politicians cover most of the social media newsfeed making it difficu ... Read More

Redemption

10-Jul-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

When the moon glows In this gusty rain, The fairy dances inside the subconscious, With her etherealness, Tempting, provoking, The mind to be idle.   But with the blow of cold ... Read More

Everytime, When I think of You

10-Jul-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The heart denies The solemn truth manifested to the soul And supplies the crimson ink to my pen, Which vainly attempts to redeem, The days of emerald meadows Where the crickets once san ... Read More

Documentary, Movie, and Dramatics Club Organize Open Screening Session Six

09-Jul-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

  Documentary, Movie, and Dramatics Club organized Movie Screening session six on July 6, 2017. Two short movies were screened in this session: Dothyng | Samarpan and a music video directed by ... Read More

Music Club Grooves the Audience with Raw Rhythms 5

05-Jul-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

Photo: DWIT Music Club On 29th June, Music club organized "Raw Rhythms 5 - the unplugged session" at Sagarmatha Hall. The event started at five in the evening with a beautiful mild intro, "Opeth Song ... Read More

Infection

03-Jul-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

A legend in his own mind, Now sinks into the rumors, The rumors of himself, he never knew Enthroned by the lies, His time is frozen, Ice flows through his veins.   The sheets ... Read More

Get To Know Sajak Raj Baidhya, President of The Media and Creative Arts Club

03-Jul-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Sajak Raj Baidhya, President of Media and Creative Arts Club With a strong passion for media and cinematography, Sajak Raj Baidhya enjoys working for The Media and Creative Arts Club. Currently, he i ... Read More

Deer Express, DLS and DWIT News Jointly Organize Special Debate Session

02-Jul-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Sabina Shrestha and Giriraj Khatri receiving prize for securing the first position                                        Photo: Documentary, Movie and Dramatics On June 30, 2017 ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

30-Jun-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

This photo was taken at Gorghare Chowk of Gauradaha Municipality, Jhapa, Nepal. It was taken during festival 'Dashain'; the greatest festival for people having faith in Hinduism. It depicts the ris ... Read More

DMT Facilitate the First Knowledge Sharing Session

23-Jun-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

  On June 20, 2017, Knowledge Sharing Session was facilitated by Digital Media Team (DMT) with a total of 40 students approximately. This was the first session conducted by DMT and it focused on ... Read More

The Search for Tranquility

21-Jun-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

O my gloomy heart, Don't beat for her, We must lift our curse. The eternally bonded, you and I, And the infinite remorses.   You should overcome her coldness. I will erase he ... Read More

Someday

21-Jun-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Someday you'll have a beautiful life As you dreamed, And I believe, Someday we shall meet again. Someday.......   Someday we shall meet again. Must I wave you Hello!! from th ... Read More

Semester Break – As Important as Regular Classes

20-Jun-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Image: sofestive.com It was a week ago that the students completed their semester examination and there were two kinds of expression among the students who were walking out of exam hall. One group we ... Read More

Get to know Mallika Bhattarai, President of The Social Service Club

18-Jun-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

  Mallika Bhattarai is the president of  The Social Service Club. She is a frank person with a sarcastic sense of humor. Moon Shrestha, from DWIT News, had a conversation with her. Let's get ... Read More

Google and Facebook Are Like Creepy Stalkers

13-Jun-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Art: Nikita Gatuam '17 Know that feeling of dread you get at dark when you are all alone and you sense someone’s presence? The goosebumps you get after watching a horror movie and feel creeped out ... Read More

Documentary Movie Dramatics Club Conduct Open Screening Session Five

10-Jun-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: Documentary Movie Dramatics With back to back success of movie screening sessions, Documentary Movie and Dramatics Club conducted Open Screening Session Five on June 6. The club screened three ... Read More

DeerExpress Club Host Explore Gadgets Team in Deertalk Session

05-Jun-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

 Photo: DeerExpress Club Explore Gadgets is a tech channel on YouTube, with more than 435,000 subscribers. The team behind Explore Gadgets consists of Prabhat Yadav, Sohil Shrestha, Saphal Adhikari, ... Read More

Amnesia

05-Jun-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

They said, "A picture paints a thousand words". I attempted conversely. How many layers do I have to write, To paint you with the words?   I hurl with my words, With the free ... Read More

Song for My Valentine

02-Jun-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

No  roses, No  promises, No  rings, No  dreams, No plans to be busy, Nothing else to be classy.   The stars still twinkle at night. The sun still shines. The flower ... Read More

DWIT Music Club Prep for Raw Rhythms With Open Mic Session

02-Jun-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: DWIT Music Club DWIT Music Club organized a lively and very soothing event, the Open Mic Session on May 23. After a full day of studying and assignments, all you wish is to relax. And what bet ... Read More

Tonight I Dreamed Of You

30-May-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Tonight I dreamed of you, Yes, you can rebel. But It's true. I dreamed of you tonight.   I was standing by the Clock Tower. You were there Stone cold stone, not a beating heart. ... Read More

Company's Take on DWIT Job Fair 2017

28-May-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

During the DWIT Job Fair, held on May 26, 2017, Shreya Sapkota from the DWIT News interviewed some of the company representatives. They were asked to describe their company, required skills of a pro ... Read More

Participant's Take on DWIT Job Fair 2017

28-May-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

  As the first of the participants are ushered into the area, the excitement in the air is palpable. Deerwalk’s cafeteria has been transformed into a fairground with 18 different companies ... Read More

DWIT Job Fair 2017 Successfully Held

27-May-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

  Deerwalk Institute of Technology successfully organized DWIT Job Fair 2017 in Deerwalk premises. It was a great platform for hungry job seekers to build their career and gain experience as 1 ... Read More

Mr. Subrat Basnet, CTO of Grepsr, Speaks at Deertalk Session

25-May-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

Photo: Deer Express Club On May 19,  Deer Express Club conducted a special DeerTalk session that warmly welcomed Mr. Subrat Basnet along with Sanjay Maharjan and some members of Safety Driving Schoo ... Read More

Social Service Club Showed Movie at Orphanage

25-May-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: DWIT Social Service Club Social Service Club has always been amenable about their events. Their events are creative and are always dedicated to some beneficial cause. Social Service Club came ... Read More

Get To Know Abhishek Khatiwada, President of Documentary, Movie and Dramatics Club

25-May-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Abhishek Khatiwada is the president of the Documentary, Movie, and Dramatics Club. He is an avid hiker who considers himself an extrovert. Aakankshya Shrestha, from DWIT News, caught up with Abhishek ... Read More

Documentary Club Continue Open Screening With Session IV

25-May-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Documentary, Movie and Dramatics Club came up with a new idea to screen the Nepali short movies and documentaries in every two weeks. The first open screening commenced on February 2017 and the club h ... Read More

Team Mamba wins Intra-College Futsal Tournament

21-May-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Team Jaguar and Team Mamba in the finals. Photo: DWIT Media Club The atmosphere of Surya Futsal situated in Dhumbarahi was different. There were players all around the ground reporting, tossing and ki ... Read More

Garud Security Guards Undervalued by the Company

19-May-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: Qualtosoft One of the most reliable security service providers, Garud Securities has managed to keep its reputation high among its clients but sadly has not been able to keep their ... Read More

Thousands of Traffic - Not a Single Traffic Light

16-May-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo: Nepal Advisor Kathmandu Metropolitan city undoubtedly has the highest number of traffic plying in the country. According to Metropolitan traffic police division, there are 828,000 plus vehicle ... Read More

Examination and Intellectuality

14-May-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Photo: Pixabay The examination is probably the only common enemy of all students and scholars. We all take it as a "gate" to enter a new phase of life. We all labor hard from the beginning, maintaini ... Read More

She and I

14-May-2017

By:Sujan Bista

The last seat was reserved And the micro moved. She was close by me, Funning with earphone.   I asked  to share fun, But Her melody wasn't of my type. Though  I am funning, ... Read More

Yashin Shekh wins Happy Coding Program for Speak English

12-May-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo: CAN Federation of Computer Association Nepal, Software & BPO Committee organized Happy Coding Program for Nepalese IT Industry. Happy Coding is an event organized to motivate and encourag ... Read More

Get To Know Bishal Timalsina, President of Music Club

10-May-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

Bishal Timalsina, President of Music Club Bishal Timalsina, who has a musical aura around him, leads the Music Club of DWIT. He is a kind and sincere person who is passionate about music and is deter ... Read More

Positively Nonsense

09-May-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

If these raindrops could wait, I would hail them your swiftness How eternal is your breath?   If these winds could feel, I would preach them your aroma How lovely is your caress ... Read More

Seeking Your Absence

08-May-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The venomous eyes, Shadowed by a hypnotic look. The icy smile, Toxic yet enduring. The innocuous beauty, A trigger for addiction. The tranquil caress, An Inexplicable warmth. T ... Read More

Holocaust

08-May-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Welcome to the inferno, Be aware of your life, be aware of your fate. Inferiors, threat to the Aryan race, Because of the final solution, pray for your death.   Coffee waits in the ... Read More

Rebellions Anthology

06-May-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Fight, Perish, The change, you must bring. Awake, Search your rights, End your days of pain. It's time to cleanse the violence, And injustice that dominates. Prolong the revolu ... Read More

Suffocation

05-May-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Those days are gone, The times we had been along. An army of friends, At the tea stall, Like a flock of sheep. The jokes went on, Insanity at supreme, No worries at all, And th ... Read More

At Armageddon

04-May-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Live for the dawn, Zenith shall bless your victory. Fight for your life, Dusk shall kneel you till the eternity. Paramount strategy, Air raids till the graves, The lunacy of patrioti ... Read More

Wiki Loves Earth 2017 in Nepal

02-May-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: Techsansar Wikipedia is organizing its fifth annual Wiki Loves Earth photography competition. The international competition is organized during the month of May, with the aim of promoting natu ... Read More

DeerExpress Club Successfully Conducted a Two-day Workshop on Density Function Theory and Computational Tools

02-May-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo: DeerExpress Club Deer Express Club conducted a two-day workshop on Density Function Theory and Computational Tools with the aim of developing good knowledge and skills in Material Science and ... Read More

Pendulum

02-May-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

When your dreams gets perished, And you know, Walking aimlessly in midst of crowd, Even can't be excused. You know, you! Deserted.   You seek for peace. Won’t cease the conf ... Read More

Origami Day In DSS

01-May-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo: The Artistas The Artistas conducted origami workshop in Deerwalk Sifal School (DSS) for the grade three students on April 27. The workshop was lead by Anushka Maharjan '18 and Sayal Vaidya '18 ... Read More

Long Term Effects of Pornography on Mental Health

01-May-2017

By:Amun Kharel

According to the eMarketer’s data, 1.91 Billion people had access to a smartphone in 2015 (Weiss 1). Furthermore, according to the International Telecommunication Union, “In 2016, 47% of the peopl ... Read More

Schizophrenia

30-Apr-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Am I not sane? Or am I paranormal? You- apparent to me everywhere, Only me, And the folks are yelling me dement.   Light of the dawn, Beacons you. Is pulsar resonating you ... Read More

The Saint and the Harlot (Adapted from Sanskrit Folks)

28-Apr-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

In a suburb, Lived a saint, How great was he? A religious scientist, Man of high morale. Wisdom of silhouette scripts, He read, Painted by anonymous.   Lived a sinner, ... Read More

Local Election a Must

28-Apr-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Nepal will be achieving a milestone in its long and difficult transition to democracy when it will hold its first local election in two decades. The local bodies were without people’s representative ... Read More

पढ्ने र पढाउने पवित्र स्थल हो स्कुल

28-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

पढ्ने र पढाउने पवित्र स्थल हो स्कुल, सरस्वतीको मन्दिर हो स्कुल, विद्या र ज्ञ ... Read More

Deerwalk Teaching Fellowship Program: All You Need to Know

26-Apr-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Deerwalk Teaching Fellowship Orientation Program After the completion of the four-year B.SC CSIT course, the second batch of DWIT is leaving for nine different districts of Nepal as a part of Deerwal ... Read More

Schools No More a Peace Zone

26-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

The unofficial notice placed on the doors of the school Students Union affiliated to various political parties had started a nationwide protest against private schools taking high fees from April 24, ... Read More

Nischal Rimal Wins Intra-College Table Tennis Competition

25-Apr-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo: DWIT Sports Club Intra- College Table Tennis Competition, facilitated by DWIT Sports Club, kicked off on April 15. All the league matches including semifinals were conducted on this day and the ... Read More

Documentary Club Hosts Open Screening Session III

25-Apr-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

  Documentary, Movie, and Dramatics club came up with a completely new idea to continue the movie show session. The club has been screening Nepali short movies and documentaries filmed by the ... Read More

"Be Strong"

24-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

"Be Strong" by Shreya Sapkota At the break of the dawn, Dory dressed in her yoga pants and sweatshirt went for a long walk along the shore of the beach. The peace of mind she got from the cool breeze ... Read More

Of Dust And Eyes

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Of Dust and Eyes by Subash Chapagain, winner of Story Writing Competition organized by Deerwalk Literature Society, Documentary, Movie, and Dramatics, and DWIT News. For the first time, we met inside ... Read More

Window

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Window by Pallavi Ghimire Part- I “Hello?” “Hello! Where are you?” “I’m on my way waiting for the bus. Where did you reach?” “Oh, okay. I’m almost there. A couple of stops ... Read More

Traitor Destiny

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Traitor Destiny by Sweekriti Gautam The stormy nights and the damp ground make the night feel like an eternity.  I am the eldest member of our gang and I feel proud to be the leader but at the same ... Read More

The Gift

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

The Gift by Aadesh Dhakal Adam and Eve had been married for nearly a year now. It was their marriage anniversary next week. They had been a couple for almost three years before they were married henc ... Read More

Taxi Chronicles (Inspired by True Story)

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Taxi Chronicles by Prasanna Episode 1 A vacant taxi is speeding towards central Kathmandu on a hot summer’s night. Suddenly the taxi driver catches glimpse of a few lit mobiles waving him to sto ... Read More

Shadows of the Mind

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Shadows of the mind by Shiwa Bastola “That’s what I call a narrow escape,” Ben thought leaning on a pole, clutching his stomach and gasping for air. Just as he was about to turn around, someone ... Read More

Meera

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Meera by Sushil Awale It was a Sunday afternoon. The falling leaves and cool breeze of the autumn season made it a beautiful day to spend time outdoors. Sneha sat in the long grasses of Garden of Dre ... Read More

Jasmine

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Jasmine by Aakankshya Shrestha 7th April 2017 Jane Brown heaved her last sigh of the day as the last of the high school students left her classroom. Being a teacher was not an easy job. She prefer ... Read More

Her

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Her by Jubindra K.C. I’ve never felt like this before… I don’t know where to begin. Last summer, I started having these feelings. These strange feelings which I cannot explain. Let’s start f ... Read More

Guilt

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Guilt by Albin Lamichhane You cannot judge me now. Maybe I was wrong or maybe I could do something but that all depends on how you see my story. That was the beginning of my college days. I was yo ... Read More

Fading Blood

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Fading Blood by Shrayash Shrestha “Ba baba....Ma mama”  babbles out the youngest new family member. Beside him were the smiley couple, whose smile reflected the joy those babbles brought to them ... Read More

चुरोट

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

चुरोट by Abhishek Khatiwada रवि कुमारको एक्कासी साँस बढेर आयो, र यो कुनै नौलो थिएन उनको ला ... Read More

Captain's Hat

23-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Captain's Hat by Jubindra K.C. “I don’t know where to begin. I still remember that day clearly like it was just yesterday.” Grandpa Max was beside the fireplace when he said that to me. I ... Read More

डियरवाक टिचिङ फेलो शंखर कोइरालासँग कुराकानी

22-Apr-2017

By:तक्दिर बर्तौला

  भनिन्छ.... न चोरले चोर्छ, न राजाले हर्छ न अंश लाग्छ, न भारि हुन्छ जति बाढ ... Read More

Book Review: 1984 - Big Brother Is Watching You

20-Apr-2017

By:Aadesh Dhakal

Photo: Goodreads George Orwell wrote the book 1984 in 1949. The book portrays the-then future depiction of the political and emotional aspect of human lives in the year 1984. Since the world suffere ... Read More

Preparation for IT4D in Full Swing

20-Apr-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

  E-learning is the process of learning with the utilization of electronic devices and networks, different from the traditional learning way and much more beneficial in this modern age. The ad ... Read More

Blind Date With A Book- Last Session

19-Apr-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Photo: Aakankshya Shrestha The second session of the event Blind Date with a Book successfully saw its completion from more than one and a half dozen students. On Monday, all of the participants gath ... Read More

DWIT Sports Club Held Intra-College Table Tennis Competition

18-Apr-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

Photo: DWIT Sports Club DWIT Sports Club organized Intra-college Table Tennis competition on April 15, Saturday. The competition was an all-day long event that started from 9:30 a.m. at Sagarmatha Ha ... Read More

No honking, No possibility

18-Apr-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo: Habamoment Living in Kathmandu has always been chaotic. Driving on over studded dusty road often full of potholes, buzzing street market and strays cows and dog often sharing the road makes go ... Read More

DWIT Announces the Launch of DWIT Incubation Center

17-Apr-2017

By:Sushil Awale

Deerwalk Institute of Technology, DWIT announced today the launch of its new program DWIT Incubation Center (DIC) in an official statement. The incubation center will serve as a platform to foster en ... Read More

Suicide is Not a Choice

16-Apr-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: TheHopeLine Suicide - Is it just me or is the word as haunting as its meaning?  Dying has always been a scary thing for me and reaching a point where you’re ready to kill yourself is more ... Read More

DWIT College To Start Mentor Club

16-Apr-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Mentor Club, another exciting student-run club, to start at DWIT from Baisakh with the motto of mentoring juniors or even classmates who need assistance with any subject. This is a new initiative take ... Read More

Get To Know Shreyansh Lodha, President of Software Club

13-Apr-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Shreyansh Lodha, President of Software Club Shreyansh Lodha is the president of Software Club. He is a genuinely optimistic person who strives to improve every day. He sat down for a conversation wit ... Read More

The Debate of Net Neutrality

12-Apr-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: electronicdesign Net neutrality is the principle that Internet Service Providers and government regulating the internet should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the s ... Read More

Rudra Pandey Awarded with FNCCI Gold Award for Trendsetting

11-Apr-2017

By:DWIT News

Dr. Rudra Pandey, founder of Deerwalk Education Group and Deerwalk Inc. On the occasion of 51st Annual General Meeting of FNCCI (Federation of Nepalese Chamber of Commerce), Rudra Pandey, Chairman of ... Read More

I Witnessed A Miracle

10-Apr-2017

By:Maunta Rani Gautam

Picture: RealWallpapers There were times when the 13-year-old me had no clue about how to start a simple essay. I used to be amused when I saw people who could write beautiful poems, articles, and bl ... Read More

Computers - Not Yet Common

10-Apr-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo: CADIP In Tasharpu area of Dhading, Himalayan Children Charity had connected government schools to the internet. The connection was made a year ago and was still in a test phase but it was help ... Read More

My Hero: My Grandpa

10-Apr-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo: Shreeya Pandey I see myself as a fortunate person as I was born and brought up in a joint family. The members of my family share a good bond with one another and the one thing that bonds us al ... Read More

Nepal Tests GPS-Tracking Devices for Mount Everest Climbs

10-Apr-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

Photo: RMI Expeditions To be at the top of the world has been a dream to many people after Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norway first claimed the summit of Mount Everest on May 29, 1953. Ever since ove ... Read More

Are Exams the Only Criteria to Judge One’s Potential?

10-Apr-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: Telegraph In the process of learning, we understand one-third of the matter in the first try, then some more is understood when we’re studying (more like cramming) for exams and the remainin ... Read More

IT4D To Be Held in July

06-Apr-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo: IT4D IT4D is an interdisciplinary conference that aims to serve as a forum for researchers, practitioners, policy makers, students and development workers who like to share their experience an ... Read More

Grandmother

06-Apr-2017

By:Sujan Bista

If those hands with wrinkled skin, Along with lighter, Shakenly lights Lakh Batti. Though that hand need support, Dysfunction is healed aftermath.   If those hands with wrinkled ... Read More

Movie Review: Logan

04-Apr-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo: Fox Movies Logan was one of the most awaited films for every action movie fanatic. The buzz of the movie was so intense that even the people who hadn’t watched a single movie from the X-Men ... Read More

Aspirin

04-Apr-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The mental labyrinth, Where lovers cry away their gloom. The wistful eyes, Where he battles nostalgia. The catastrophic heart, Searching for the truth, no longer there. The undaunted ... Read More

The Piper and The Flute

02-Apr-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

In a town, Lived a young man, Merry and Cherish, The airy man with his airy tales, The airy man with his classy jokes. A freak with no worries The calendar was simply turning its pag ... Read More

Blind Date With a Book - Coffee, Books and Conversation

02-Apr-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Picture: Deerwalk Literature Society “Blind Date with a Book” organized by Deerwalk Literature Society (DLS) on March 30, promised books, coffee, and conversation and it delivered. There was no w ... Read More

Club Special Deertalk Ends With Presentation Session

01-Apr-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo: Deer Express Club Deer Express Club successfully conducted club special Deertalk season. This was a new initiative taken by the club to add more challenge and increase the competition amongst ... Read More

Once upon a time (एकादेशमा)

29-Mar-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture: Documentary, Movie, and Dramatics Once upon a time (एकादेशमा) is a short story writing competition. The event commenced on March 17, and the participants can send their piece ... Read More

Book Review: Thirteen Reasons Why

29-Mar-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Picture: Goodread Yes, this book is exactly what the title suggests. - thirteen reasons why a girl ended her life. I must have been in some mood to pick up this book. But, I am glad I did. Hannah Bak ... Read More

Reminisces Of You

29-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The velvet scarf, Glistened with the reflection of your eyes. The snow-white sweater, Mingled with your etherealness. The hair - in great profusion, Streamed over your shoulders. The ... Read More

When It Rains

26-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

It's raining outside. O lovely pulsating core of my sensate life, Can you feel it?   The lightning- Ignites my thoughts for you. The thunderstorm- Reminds me of the old cuddl ... Read More

Untitled

24-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Transparent truth had deceived, The innermost of me. Am I tending Claustrophobic? The coldness in you, Now embraces my illusion.   Wine now heals, The scars of your lipstick ... Read More

Get To Know: Prayush Shrestha, President of Hiking Club

24-Mar-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

  Prayush Shrestha, former vice - president of Deer Express club, now leads the DWIT Hiking club. With his great leadership and mentorship, the Hiking club has been providing one and two days ... Read More

Series Review: Sherlock Holmes

22-Mar-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture: BBC I had heard about stories of Sherlock Holmes and his mysteries since my childhood but did not show much interest on it. Eventually when one of my friends recommended me to watch this seri ... Read More

Thoughts of A Thoughtless

21-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Sometimes I wonder, how I feel about you Are you the shining sun? Or the calm moon? Are you the cool breeze? Or the hustling rain?   Nearer my exams come, You're paramount in ... Read More

Book Review: The Couple Next Door

21-Mar-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Picture: Novel Gossip Shari Lapena’s The Couple Next Door is a fast-paced mystery thriller filled with twists and turns. The author dives right into the scene of the night the horrible kidnapping h ... Read More

Engagement of Students in Politics is Vital

18-Mar-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

We’ve heard it all before: the students of today especially from private educational institutions are not interested and engaged in politics. The recently held students' union election of Tribhuwan ... Read More

Wandering With Your Shadows

18-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

So still so still, The warmth of you in my heart, Can you feel that? Those were the days, Now, the sole reason for my downfall.   That day, we were at Fun Park, Swinging in t ... Read More

Please, Don't Believe Me

16-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Please don't believe me, But I've been out of drugs, Since the time, you washed my brain.   Please don't believe me, Self-controlled and self-esteemed I've quitted smoking and d ... Read More

Open Screening - Session II

15-Mar-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture: Documentary, Movie, Dramatics After the success of the Open Screening- Session I, Documentary, Movie and Dramatics club came up with Session II. In the first session, three short movies were ... Read More

The Essence Of Time

15-Mar-2017

By:Akshath Andrew Gardner

Time is of the essence, is a phrase often heard, If you wait long enough, you may be able to grow a beard, Yet the essence of time, many never ‘stood, Productive use of it will always be g ... Read More

On Being Nonsense

13-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

It's raining outside, Thus you've stormed my mind again. For, It's always the same rain, The same weather, That makes me nonsense enough, to think of you   Now, I've become a ... Read More

Story Of Innocent Child

13-Mar-2017

By:Dipesh Poudel

A child is born in the middle of the battlefield, made it his playground as his life revealed.   Bombs and guns became his toys, Death became something that he enjoyed   As ... Read More

Her Excellency Ms. Alaina B. Teplitz inaugrated Deerwalk Sifal School

12-Mar-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

  On Mar. 10, the entire Deerwalk Family gathered in the Deerwalk complex to witness the inauguration ceremony of Deerwalk Sifal School. Her Excellency Ms. Alaina B. Teplitz, the US Ambassador ... Read More

Your Memories From The Past

10-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Your memories from the past, Now prolongs my torments. I hadn't known, from when I started, Falling in love with you. It was the time, When you brought your hands, To have friendship ... Read More

When You Think Of Me

09-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Think once, Think twice Think till the infinity, Think till the eternity, Think before you sleep, Think of me in your dreams.   Think of me in the monkey you see. Think of me ... Read More

DeerUtsav 2.0 Vs. DeerUtsav 3.0

09-Mar-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture: Pemma Ghising DeerUtsav 3.0 [DWIT Annual Day] was conducted on Mar. 4, 2017. The event filled our hearts with lots of joy and memories and at the same time the soulful feeling to bid goodbye ... Read More

Lie For Love

09-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

  Time has gone and changed, Now has left only memories and pain. People say nothing to do with the past. It's gone. How can I forget my past? Even better than the rest, Tho ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

09-Mar-2017

By:Dipal Malla

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DeerUtsav 3.0 - My experience

08-Mar-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo: Mohan Singh Bomrel Several emotions were racing through my mind the entire night. I had to get up early the next day, so I couldn’t get a wink of sleep due to the excitement. It was DeerUts ... Read More

Reasons

07-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Yes dear, I was positively nonsense. A complete perfection of stupidness. But all those deeds, I had done, Was just to come close enough of you. Your love heals me, Your sweet smile cha ... Read More

Which performance did you like the most in DeerUtsav 3.0?

07-Mar-2017

By:Sushil Awale

Photo: Mohan S. Bomrel The DeerUtsav 3.0 had some wonderful performance for the audience to enjoy. From break-dance to classical, from Nepali folk song to modern rock song, the performances in DeerUt ... Read More

No More Mercy

07-Mar-2017

By:Saurav Karki

My dear, You've got attitude sickness, So, please don't listen me.   Yes, I'm a thief, Who can steal your heart. Yes, I'm a goon, Who can purpose you in the midst of crowd. ... Read More

Chemistry Poem For Grade XI

05-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Heisenberg clearly stated that we can't, Determine the exact position and momentum of electron. Now-a-days, I too have the same problem. I find something, yet something is missing there. & ... Read More

Those Days

05-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

I had known you, But I still have no idea, How I came close to you? Those days, you were just a friend for me, And I still have no idea, How you came to my heart? I started getting c ... Read More

On Missing You

03-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Happy Saturday! My love, For I have nothing else to wish you.   Darkness, bewildered Inside of me, Hopes, at it's discrepancy, And my pen hurling towards you. I sit quiet, ... Read More

Osheen Shrestha Wins Dancétion

03-Mar-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo: Shreeya Pandey Dancing has undoubtedly been one of the most loved and rejoiced forms of art and the students of DWIT are quite passionate about it. On Feb. 27, The Artistas organized the first ... Read More

Physics Poem for Grade XI

02-Mar-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

I cannot blame Newtons gravitation for falling in love with you, Not even for my escape velocity as it was insufficient to escape from your love But still my heart acts like a capacitor , storin ... Read More

Kathmandu: The Valley Everybody Loves Yet Hates

02-Mar-2017

By:Akshath Andrew Gardner

Photo:  Dipal Malla Kathmandu is an absolutely scenic valley - surrounded by lush hills and clear view of the Himalayas. People have compared the scenery and beauty of the valley to places in Europe ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

28-Feb-2017

By:Dipal Malla

Every difficult journey leads to a beautiful destination. Read More

How Was the Picnic?

27-Feb-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Samjhana Pokharel playing Tic Tac Toe                                                                                               Photo: Mohan Singh Bo ... Read More

Celebrating Sandesh's Bornday

26-Feb-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

(Solely dedicated to my Positively Nonsensical friend Sandesh Lamichane commenly hailed as Aape/Mango).   Drunk, stoned and intoxicated, now I write, With those old memories, still vivid ... Read More

Three Nepali Short Movies Shown in Open Screening

25-Feb-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Documentary, Movie and Dramatics Club Though Nepali film industry is not developed as expected, they are inspired by Indian movie industry and also use the Bollywood narrations. In th ... Read More

Apple Park Set To Open in April

25-Feb-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

  Photo Courtesy: Wikipedia Envisioned by Steve Jobs, Apple has decided to open its new campus- "The Apple Park" on April 2017 which lies in the heart of the Santa Clara Valley, California. Wi ... Read More

Hailing Lord Shiva on Shivaratri

25-Feb-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

  Stoners, we both are. Chemically influenced, we both are. Cool, we both are. Positively Nonsense, we both are. Thus tonight, I have compared myself To you O "Lord Shiva" Wo ... Read More

DWIT Picnic - 2017

23-Feb-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: Mohan Singh '17 Picnic is one of the greatest forms of an open-air entertainment people can find for themselves. Whenever we think about the picnic, we picture ourselves with our frie ... Read More

Why Do I Read?

20-Feb-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: Flickr Have you ever cringed with embarrassment and squirmed in your seat because the character in your book is going through a particularly mortifying situation? Or felt your heart be ... Read More

Get To Know Anushka Maharjan, President of The Artistas

16-Feb-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

  Anushka Maharjan is president of The Artistas - one among the many clubs in DWIT. She’s exceptionally bright, motivating, and poised to accomplish whatever she sets out. The president sat ... Read More

Instagram Vs. Facebook

15-Feb-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

  Photo Courtesy: The Huffington Post Instagram and Facebook are two of the most popular social media platforms. I’m certain that almost everyone in this college has both Facebook and Instagr ... Read More

Express Your Feeling With Rose

14-Feb-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

  February is often called the month of love as Valentine’s day is celebrated in this month. People around the world celebrate Valentine’s Day by showing appreciation to the people they lo ... Read More

50 Words for Love

14-Feb-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy: www.billboard.com Valentine's Day is the day for celebration of love. Love is a questions that has remained unanswered. The word "Love" is confusing, fuzzy but yet powerful. As, Valen ... Read More

Books That Shaped Them

14-Feb-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

  I heard somewhere or most probably read somewhere that you learn something either by going through the experience or by reading about it. It is true that books can teach us a valuable lesson ... Read More

Accounting Poem for Grade XI

14-Feb-2017

By:Saurav Karki

My Love, I've made a journal entry in my heart, Debiting your love and crediting my affection. Theorized on 21st-century accounting, Our transaction is based on double entry system.   ... Read More

DWIT Media and Creative Arts Club Organized Photoshop Training

13-Feb-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: DWIT Media and Creative Arts Club Photoshop is one of the best software used by designers, and photographers for easy and effective photo manipulation and I felt that I needed to lea ... Read More

Taxis Take Too Much

13-Feb-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo Courtesy: Flickr I do not own a private vehicle and that makes me an avid user of public transportation for my daily traveling. The buses and microvans are usually over-stuffed. There is no spa ... Read More

Deer Express Club Conducts Club Special Deertalk

13-Feb-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Aakankshya Shrestha being awarded by Bidish Acharya '16                                          Photo Courtesy: Deer Express Club                                 ... Read More

Get To Know Prakriti S. Tuladhar, President of Deerwalk Literature Society

12-Feb-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

  Prakriti S. Tuladhar is currently a junior student and the president of Deerwalk Literature Society. She describes herself as an introvert who loves to read stories. Let’s get to know her ... Read More

Rules Ruled Out

10-Feb-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

The government has announced many new rules to be implemented to make the public places cleaner. This certainly made the general public happy. The government banned smoking and consuming alcoholic pr ... Read More

Why I Deactivated my Facebook?

09-Feb-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

  We live in a hyper-connected world thanks to the social networking sites. If you are not into it then you may be considered a fool. And, why not? If you are not on social sites then how will ... Read More

How To Publish A Poem

09-Feb-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

  Desperately, I've tried And rejections all I've got. Silently  yet I write, Dreams, I have, publishing a lot.   A student of physics and mathematics, I am poor in gra ... Read More

मीरा राई - नेसनल जियोग्राफिक एड्भेन्चरर अफ द इएर

09-Feb-2017

By:तक्दिर बर्तौला

तस्वीर: द हिमालयन टाईम्स  भोजपुरको अग्लो हिमाली क्षेत्रमा खेती किसानी गर्न ... Read More

Eulogy of Your Silence

08-Feb-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

I was wandering, And some wise men said, “Gods fulfill the wishes". I hurled towards the temples, Yes, the coconut broke sharp, Yes, the flowers showered perfect, Yes, the bell toll ... Read More

Vengeance

07-Feb-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

  March till the hell, Fearless life you met. Consume Mortars and Bullets, Sovereignty, the master of your rebel.   Combat till the last breath, Gurkha Martyr shall you ... Read More

White Roses For My Grave

06-Feb-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

  Dormant heartbeat, A memento to renegade love, Battles within me, Yes, I am obliged to mesmerize you.   Slumber less hours at paramount, Vexes me, vandalizes me, Yo ... Read More

Linux Boot Camp Organized by DWIT Software Club

05-Feb-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: DWIT Software Club DWIT Software Club organized Linux Boot Camp on Feb. 4, Saturday. The main aim of this workshop was to get the participants' PCs up and running with Linux operatin ... Read More

Rock This Hell

05-Feb-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Wake up at 9 in the morning Have some puffs and bongs, This weed has changed the way of my life Life never felt so much fun, My vision's been blurred, I'm partially deaf, Beyond my r ... Read More

DeerCoders Season Nine Comes to an End

05-Feb-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy: DWIT Software Club DeerCoders season 9 came to an end on Jan. 3. It is a weekly coding competition organized by the DWIT Software Club to test the coding knowledge of the participants ... Read More

The Ruin, of Your Shyness

04-Feb-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

  Dumb, I was, by your silence. Deaf, I was, by your stance Blind, I was, by your glance.   Insomniac,  I was, by your absence. Insane, I was, by your askan ... Read More

Intra College Basketball Tournament - Sports Club

03-Feb-2017

By:admin

[caption id="attachment_15826" align="aligncenter" width="2048"] Winners Of Intra-College Basketball Tournament Class of 2016 Sec A Pandas[/caption] FINALS Date Time Teams Score Fe ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

03-Feb-2017

By:Abhishek Kadariya

Don't ride to escape reality, ride to enjoy reality even more. Read More

NTC announces Call Waiting Service

03-Feb-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Image: ntc.net.np Nepal Telecom has always made endeavours in providing its customers with a quality service since the last 13 years. The main focus of Nepal Telecom is to provide reliable and cost e ... Read More

First Bench Vs. Last Bench

02-Feb-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

  One of the most common myths about first and last benchers is that the first benchers are intelligent and take studies seriously whereas the last benchers are not so bright in studies and are ... Read More

Get To Know Akankshya Upadhyay, President of Deer Express Club

02-Feb-2017

By:Moon Shrestha

Akankshya Upadhyay, President of Deer Express Club I very much enjoyed my time with this intelligent, gentle, and courteous young lady. Her attitude was genuinely winning and engaging. Let’s get to ... Read More

DWIT Hiking and Adventures Club Organized Paintball

02-Feb-2017

By:Osheen Shrestha

Paintball participants group photo The Hiking and Adventures Club organized a paintball event on Jan. 27, 2017. There were around 16 students along with the coordinators Prayush Shrestha and Kriston ... Read More

Why FRIENDS is My Favourite Series?

02-Feb-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: TV.com Divided into 10 seasons, FRIENDS depicts the celebration of life, glory of friendship, and the vigorousness of youth. Most of us who haven't watched it may have heard from our ... Read More

Vampire Obsession

01-Feb-2017

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo Courtesy: DeskBG Supernatural, fiction, romance and paranormal are some of the most preferred genres among books, movies and TV shows of almost any teenage girl. Mostly the teenage girls, the o ... Read More

Gloomy Hour Zero

01-Feb-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

  Begin your new dream, On a foreign land I shall remain native. With all the left mementoes, Vivid throughout my brain, Aye, your hiatus for these years, Is sure gonna thriv ... Read More

Are We Feeling Secure With Today's Sophisticated Technology?

01-Feb-2017

By:Anish Khadka

The perception towards the world has changed for many people in terms of technology. The world has taken a huge step towards development through the succession of advancement in technology. No doubt, ... Read More

वैदेशिक रोजगार र बढ्दो मृत्युदर

30-Jan-2017

By:Raju Shrestha

तस्विर : पिन्तेरेस्ट मानिसहरुको आ-आफ्नै आवश्यकता र चाहना हुन्छ जसलाई पुरा ... Read More

Hallucination

30-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

You welcome me in my self imaginated maze, A stage, where I can perform with my multiple personalities. I walk desperately through your maze but you don't let me escape, A stage of my time, w ... Read More

Mathematical Poem For Grade XI

29-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Darling, I've plotted some co-ordinates on the graph of my heart, Placing your love on X-axis and in Y-axis my affection, I always tried to come close to you, For this I followed the properti ... Read More

Love of a Physicist

28-Jan-2017

By:Nikita Parajuli

Photo Courtesy: starbound.gamepedia.com I told you, let's disintegrate a proton to neutron, But your radioactivity made it a great explosion. I told you, let’s make heat, at equilibrium, B ... Read More

Gates of Peace

27-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

These corpses are waiting for their graves. And somewhere are their families, Waiting for their return. These wounded are seeking for medical, Hours gone with insomnia, With a diminishe ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

26-Jan-2017

By:Dipal Malla

"Morning Tea" - She was having her tea, sitting nearby fire that was merely producing any heat on one wintry morning at Godawari bus station. Read More

PM Urges the Foreign Investors to Invest in Nepal's Hydropower Sector

26-Jan-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy: eKantipur Some ambitious projects have been planned for the development of the hydropower in Nepal. The government announced National Energy Crisis Reduction and Development Decade 20 ... Read More

In Kathmandu, A Breath of Foul Air

26-Jan-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo Courtesy: Tunza Eco-green The air is filthy brownish gray, and pedestrians, many of them wearing the blue disposable mask, are walking hunching as if through a rainstorm. The motorbikes and sco ... Read More

Insomnia

26-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

  With every memories, now I find fake, With the every breath of my life  I take, Overcoming the things, I had done  just for your sake, With the every confessions for the heart tha ... Read More

Fingerprint Of God

24-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Your beauty, I must adore Are you a fallen angel? Or you had been from the dawn? Your smile Vandalizes monalisa's! Are you hiding something? I've been summoned in lunacy, By your ... Read More

Rest In Peace

23-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

You've freed yourself Now, you're gone And yes, you left me alone Stay safe, wherever you are I shall live in ruin I shall live in vain Though you may forget and forsake Someone's ... Read More

The Artistas Organize DWIT's First Sketching Competition

23-Jan-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: The Artistas The Artistas organized the first ever Intra-college Sketching Competition on the Jan. 22, Sunday. There was a total of five participants for the competition. Abhishek K ... Read More

Prisoner of War

22-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Dreams, far beyond my imagination, My family, now what has become my destination, I'm suffocating in these bars, While my plebian victors cheer for celebration. No sunlight warmth, not th ... Read More

मेलम्चीको पानी ल्याउन उपत्यकामा पाईप लगाईंदै

21-Jan-2017

By:Ayush Sedai

तस्बिर : माई रीपब्लिका पृथ्वीमा पाउने एउटा तरल पदार्थ हो “पानी” जसले हाम्र ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

21-Jan-2017

By:Biplov Khanal

Winner of DWIT Media and Creative Arts' Picture of the Week Competition Read More

Group A

21-Jan-2017

By:admin

[["Teams","Points"],["Class of 2020 Sec B Zero\t","0"],["Class of 2019 Sec B Super \u2013 Bullet","0"],["Class of 2018 A-team","0"],["Class of 2017","0"]] Read More

Forgive Me Not

21-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

What makes a man insane? Drowned by his old memories, yet still alive. Haunted by the love, your love, Now the time has its vengeance.   How can he be lost in your mesmerization? ... Read More

Being The First One to Start a Conversation

20-Jan-2017

By:Nischal Badal

Photo Courtesy: GraphicRiver Who is most likely to start a conversation? A boy or a girl? One thing comes to my mind whenever I think of starting a conversation with anyone,  "Would I sound awkward? ... Read More

Hike to Phulchowki

18-Jan-2017

By:Rachana Banjade

  The Phulchowki hike was a sacred retreat from the hustle and bustle of our busy student lives. I got the chance to go for a one day hike organized by the DWIT Hiking Club. I was eagerly wait ... Read More

Bold, Charming, and Outspoken - Mr. Ashay Thakur

18-Jan-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

  Bold, charming and outspoken – Mr. Ashay Thakur was warmly welcomed for the talk program conducted by Deer Express Club on Jan. 13. Currently, he is working as the Director of Data Enginee ... Read More

Phantom of the Earth

16-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Forests are cleansed, Meadows are urbanized. Zoo, the limitations to innocent creatures, Who knows the threat to the natural creator?   Global warming in the atmosphere, Global ... Read More

Gender Gap in Technology

12-Jan-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Human Capital Blog "Gender Gap in Technology" is the most discussed topic in the field of technology. Though the field of technology provides new opportunities and challenges for girls ... Read More

Why Are We Still Talking About Earthquake?

12-Jan-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

A man sits on the rubble of his damaged house in Bhaktapur, April 27, 2015.  Photo: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi We are still talking about the earthquake that occurred in 2015 and more importantly with high ... Read More

उपत्यका सडक विस्तारले जनमानसमा पर्न सक्ने समस्या

11-Jan-2017

By:Raju Shrestha

तस्विर : ईकोनिटी नेपाल  काठमाडौँ देशको राजधानी धेरै मानिसहरुको केन्द्र बि ... Read More

Deer Express Successfully Conducted News Production Training

11-Jan-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

Sambriddhi Rijal addressing the participants On Jan. 7, Deer Express Club conducted a news production training which was facilitated by Sambriddhi Rijal,  a news anchor at Kantipur Television.  Wit ... Read More

From The Vaults Of Your Mirror

10-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Now I lay awake, From my long hibernation. The vaults of your mirror, now a fake, An illusion, and your fervor creation.   Pass on O' the reflections of your mirror, I don't wan ... Read More

Assassinated Dream

10-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

Why does your memory heal my pain? Why does your image make my eyes rain? Why does your name alert me even in my sleep? An assassinated dream of being with you forever All I wish for you was love ... Read More

Nevertheless

10-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

With the heavy downpour in the sky, roaring at night Enlighten colors of imaginative rainbow teasing me, making me shy Cadaverous wind blowing past me And the beatings from my heart with it's rhyme ... Read More

Beauty Of Ghost

10-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

The midnight bell has tolled A welcome to the nightmare to begun Someone invisible preparing for the holocaust Feeding on the screams of victims Creeping silently into the homes. Garland of skull ... Read More

Nevertheless

10-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

With the heavy downpour in the sky, roaring at night, Enlighten colors of imaginative rainbow teasing me, making me shy. Cadaverous wind blowing past me, And the beatings from my heart with it's rh ... Read More

Ecplise

10-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

A witch, the fame you've got hailed by your kids,  you birthed a housemaid and a slave, you must be suppression, the reality you see   Domestic violence, you're offered from the w ... Read More

Colosseum

10-Jan-2017

By:Arjun Dahal

I am a schooled fighter, Contracted to my master. Spear and gladius incites my name, Gladiator! you thrive my name.   You visualize my blow of dragger and scutum, Till my foe go ... Read More

WordPress Workshop Receives Warm Reception

08-Jan-2017

By:Sushil Awale

Participants of WordPress Workshop On Jan. 7, DWIT Software Club conducted a five-hour WordPress Workshop. Subigya Nepal ’17, the ex-president of DWIT Software Club, facilitated the workshop which ... Read More

How Was The Bonfire Program?

05-Jan-2017

By:Shreeya Pandey

New Year marks the arrival of new aspirations, happiness, and desires. It is rejoiced throughout the world with greater enthusiasm in a hope that the upcoming year would bring in lots of happiness and ... Read More

What it is Like Being a Class Representative?

05-Jan-2017

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: UCSA Class Representatives, as the name suggests, represent their class. Each class has a CR who acts as a communication bridge between the school administration and the students. I w ... Read More

2016 - Year in Review for Nepal

05-Jan-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

2016 just concluded and now we are at the very beginning of 2017. Here is a compilation of some of the major events of 2016. If you think that you have missed any of them then have a glance at the fol ... Read More

Online Gaming: Blessing Or A Curse?

05-Jan-2017

By:Aadesh Dhakal

Person engaged in video games                                                                                         Photo Courtesy: GameObserver Larger t ... Read More

Water Sports in Phewa Lake, Pokhara

03-Jan-2017

By:Prayush Shrestha

Water Sports in Phewa Lake, Pokhara Read More

The Financial Game – Chinese Super league

03-Jan-2017

By:Giriraj Khatri

President Xi Jinping Playing Football                                                                                           Photo Courtesy: BBC China ... Read More

"Look For Places That Excite You" - Subarna Basnet, Ph.D., MIT

03-Jan-2017

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Mr. Subarna Basnet, Ph.D., MIT On Dec. 29, 2016, Deer Express Club conducted a talk program by Subarna Basnet. Mr. Basnet holds a Ph.D. from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is an enthusiast ... Read More

Posts form 2016

DWIT Hiking Club Organizes First Batch Hike

30-Dec-2016

By:Moon Shrestha

Group photo of Class of 2020 on Nagarkot Hike                               Photo Courtesy: DWIT Hiking Club The feeling of excitement had no boundaries when I heard about the compulso ... Read More

Deerwalk Literature Society Organizes "Guess and Grab"

30-Dec-2016

By:Moon Shrestha

Students gathering at the stall set up by Deerwalk Literature Society                    Photo Courtesy: DLS The Deerwalk Literature Society organized its first event called “Guess and Gr ... Read More

Should We Celebrate Christmas?

28-Dec-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Dec. 25 was declared a national holiday for Christmas following the declaration of Nepal as a secular state by the Interim Parliament in 2007. It has been about eight years that the Nepal government ... Read More

DeerCoders - A Coding Competition Restarted by Software Club

28-Dec-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Students Participating in DeerCoders                                                   Photo Courtesy: DWIT Software Club DeerCoders – another brain teasing yet an excitin ... Read More

The Interstellar - Movie Review

26-Dec-2016

By:Pranjal Pandey

Photo Source: Reddit Interstellar is a science fiction movie co-written, co-produced, and directed by Christopher Nolan. The movie is about a team of astronauts who are on a mission to a mysterious w ... Read More

The Host - Movie Review

26-Dec-2016

By:Shreya Sapkota

Photo Source: ThreesixfiveFilm If I were to name one movie that I absolutely hated, it would be “The Host”, a sci-fi thriller adapted from the novel The Host by Stephanie Meyer. The reason why ... Read More

Up In The Mountains Where Truth Prevails, @Kalinchwok

24-Dec-2016

By:Prayush Shrestha

Up in the mountains where truth prevails, @Kalinkchowk Read More

A Letter to My Future Self

23-Dec-2016

By:Alisha Pathak

Dear Me, Till date, you have always made me proud of you. You are a brave and an obedient girl to your parents. You have always wanted to do good to your parents. However, things do not always work ... Read More

DWIT Surpasses Expectations From Class of 2020

22-Dec-2016

By:Moon Shrestha

Class of 2020 on a Hike to Nagarkot                                                                                       Photo Credit: DWIT Hiking and Adve ... Read More

Private Hospitals to Reserve 10 percent Beds For the Needy

21-Dec-2016

By:Aakankshya Shrestha

Photo Source: Ministry of Health and Population The government and private hospitals have come to an agreement to provide 10 percent of hospital beds without any cost to the poor and needy. According ... Read More

Will Power Cuts in Kathmandu be a Thing of History?

21-Dec-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Photo Source: globalpowerjournal.com Nepal is the second richest country having the capacity to produce electricity after Brazil. According to recent studies, Nepali rivers and the steep topography o ... Read More

India's Monopoly To Break Soon

20-Dec-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

There has been a monopoly of India in almost everything and recently Nepal has been bold to break it. The recent step taken was that Nepal is all set to buy the internet bandwidth from China. Nepal Te ... Read More

A Letter to My Past Self

17-Dec-2016

By:Aasha Poudel

Dear Me, I know you are very surprised to find this letter and must be anxiously reading it. It’s a warm hello from you, eight years into the future. You are currently in grade seven and studying ... Read More

Looking Back And Ahead: Class of 2016

17-Dec-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Class of 2016 celebrate their final day at DWIT Four long years of industrious but fun-filled and worth remembering times at DWIT officially ended on December 9 for Class of 2016. This batch is ... Read More

New Standard Set by Club Day 2016-17 for DWIT Clubs

16-Dec-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Students eagerly awaiting the announcement of club members at Sagarmatha Hall.  DWIT Clubs are one of the most exciting things about DWIT. With a total of 11 different clubs, students can choo ... Read More

Clouds of Mesmerisation

14-Nov-2016

By:Arjun Dahal

  Thus fades my loneliness, Thus fades my insomnia, Lunacy I guess, Through the clouds of mesmerisation I have my jest A sole healing, for your askance O' the clouds of mesme ... Read More

My Home and My Memories

14-Nov-2016

By:Amun Kharel

“Amun, don’t torture your sister. Stop calling her names. “ “Amun, stop playing ball indoors.” “Amun, don’t play guitar after 10.” “Amun, don’t ever forget us keep us close to y ... Read More

Just You Wait

13-Nov-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

I am in the hall trying to get to my class as fast as I can; not because I was late but because of the anger that I was hiding or at least trying to hide. What happened was not okay. It clearly affect ... Read More

No Load Shedding as Hidden Energy Being Used

08-Nov-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Load shedding from major places of the capital valley has been eliminated for the time being as the "Hidden distribution" of the power supply have all been used for proportional supply. The Executive ... Read More

Creation of Dhurmus and Suntali 'Namuna Basti' Completed

04-Nov-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

President Bidhya Devi Bhandari has handed over the keys of the 'Namuna Basti' (a small community built by Dhurmus Suntali Foundation) to the villagers of Melamchi on Friday. Namuna Basti is an initia ... Read More

Three Roads To Choose

04-Nov-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

It was such a plain day that saying, “It was a plain day.” would be an understatement. On this day, He, who was walking down an ordinary road, was so ordinary himself that he had no traits worth m ... Read More

Barsha Lekhi

31-Oct-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

  Barsha Lekhi born on May 3rd, 1993, is a beauty queen and an environment activist. She is the second runner up in Miss Nepal 2016 which gave her chance to take part in Miss International 201 ... Read More

Featured Images Deerfest 2016

27-Oct-2016

By:DWIT News

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How was DEERFEST 2016?

26-Oct-2016

By:Sushil Awale

  Deerfest. 11.15 am. I was fifteen minutes late for the event. As I rushed towards the Sagarmatha Hall, the utensils in my backpack clinked against each other. The noise was embarrassing. I s ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

26-Oct-2016

By:Dipal Malla

That satisfying ride  Read More

Deerfest-2016

26-Oct-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

On 22nd October 2016, the most awaited event of Deerwalk Institute of Technology, Deerfest was celebrated with exhilaration and excitement among all the students. The previous dynamic duo of Bardhan ... Read More

Stop Trying to be Happy

24-Oct-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

A happy man doesn’t wonder if he is happy, just like a confident man who doesn’t wonder if he is confident. People often mistake happiness for pleasure. They seek happiness in parties, watching T ... Read More

Is Right For CIAA Chief to Maintain His Position?

24-Oct-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

The Commission for Investigation of Abuse and Authority (CIAA) is the highest constitutional body to control corruption and its tentacles in the country. The constitution of Nepal has empowered CIAA t ... Read More

What is Fashion?

23-Oct-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

  When we hear the word ‘fashion’, we usually visualize the latest style of clothing. However, fashion also includes the latest trend of hair, decoration, and behavior. Fashion can be a ma ... Read More

The Slogan “We will rise again” Has Been Limited to The T-shirt

18-Oct-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

SINDUPALCHOWK, OCTOBER 13: The slogan “We will rise again” has been limited to the t-shirt and the walls of Kathmandu. Even after 18 months after the earthquake, nothing has been done yet in order ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

18-Oct-2016

By:Anupam Kunwar

We have our own life and it is wonderful!! Read More

Mental Health Awareness Program Organized in Ministry of Health

09-Oct-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

On October 6th, World Mental Health day program was organized by the Ministry of Health to mark the importance of the mental health of people in Nepal. Though the International Mental Health day is o ... Read More

Dashain On Our Doorsteps: Ghatasthapana

03-Oct-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

This year, Ghatasthapana fell on the 1st of October - a Saturday. And after the morning rituals, people had their whole day free. And yes, they took full advantage of it! In every Dashain, everyon ... Read More

Panchakanya Tej Win the first Everest Premier League

03-Oct-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

  Panchakanya Tej defeated Colors X-Factors by a big margin of 40 runs to lift the first Everest Premier League title on Monday. Sharad Vesawkar’s Tej had made it to the final of Nepal’s d ... Read More

Trainings In DWIT

03-Oct-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

DWIT has a dedicated training department with Mr. Pravin Thapaliya as the head of the department. The training courses started from December of 2015 and till date over 200 students have enrolled in th ... Read More

FEATURED PICTURE

30-Sep-2016

By:Dipal Malla

An innocent smile :) Read More

उनी, म र गन्तब्य

29-Sep-2016

By:सागर गिरी

यात्रा थियो चाबहिल देखि साँखु सम्मको। कुनै काम बिशेषले जानु परेको थियो। गा ... Read More

Homework and Vacation

29-Sep-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Homework and vacation are like the poles of a magnet - never agreeing with each other. It is that time of year again - clear skies, chilly mornings, and euphoria in the air. Dashain is just around ... Read More

Google’s Birthday

28-Sep-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Today - 27th September - Google is celebrating its 18th birthday with a Google Birthday Doddle. In the doodle, the letter 'G' falls from the sky, blows a balloon, converts to the Google logo, and fli ... Read More

Curse of Your Blood

26-Sep-2016

By:Arjun Dahal

I am supernatural, Mutated from dawn. A failure of god's creation, A vampire, fear holds my name. From my grave I roam around after dusk, Lust of your blood My survival, I need th ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

24-Sep-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Limitless beauty of nature. Read More

Acts Of Terrorism In Schools Are Unjustifiable

24-Sep-2016

By:Sushil Awale

  On September 20, the anniversary of the promulgation of Nepal’s new constitution, the residents in Kathmandu Valley woke up to the morning news of pressure cooker bombs detonating in two s ... Read More

Kathmandu School's Bombing Suspects Arrested

24-Sep-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Nepal Police's Metropolitan police on Tuesday evening arrested two people involved in planting and exploding the bombs in several schools in Kathmandu. Police suspected on Shankar Lakhe(31) of Ramech ... Read More

Traffic Checks: Show off For a Few Days?

24-Sep-2016

By:Dipesh Poudel

After the tragic bus accident on August 15, 2016, in Birta Deurali of Kavre district that killed 33 people, the traffic police implemented extensive traffic checks, especially on public transportation ... Read More

राष्ट्र कवि माधव प्रसाद घिमिरेको आज ९७ औ जन्मदीन

24-Sep-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

  ७ आश्विन को दिनमा जन्मनु भएको माधव प्रसाद घिमिरे आज ९७ बर्षको हुनु भएको छ ... Read More

Unhealthy Government

23-Sep-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

I was reading a national daily and went through the news about an irrigation minister being rushed to the hospital after a cardiac arrest. I had also read about former president flying to the States f ... Read More

“Brangelina” is No More

23-Sep-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

One of Hollywood’s biggest profile marriages has sadly come to an end. The world renowned “Power Couple” of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, have officially announced that they have decided to part ... Read More

Threats of Bomb Blast in Various Schools In Kathmandu

21-Sep-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Major threats of bombs and other explosives in various schools have caused a mass panic in the valley on Tuesday morning, 20th September, 2016. Bombs have gone off at four schools in the Capital while ... Read More

Katherine Johnson

20-Sep-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Katherine Johnson, born in 26th of August 1918, is an American physicist, space scientist, and mathematician. She made fundamental contributions to the United States' aeronautics and space programs ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

20-Sep-2016

By:Prayush Shrestha

These eyes of Swoyambunath is seeking peace, say no to violence. Lets pray for the peace and harmony. Read More

Travelling

16-Sep-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Theoretically, travelling is a movement of the people between relatively distant geographical locations. But by my easy definition, travelling is to go out in the world and explore ourselves. People ... Read More

Child Marriage-Burning Problem of Nepal

12-Sep-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Have you ever wondered when will you get married? "After graduation." "When I reach 25 years old." "After being independent." If you ask any girls around time, the answers would be similar as mentione ... Read More

Public Holiday On Eid

11-Sep-2016

By:DWIT News

On the occasion of Eid; greatest festival of Muslim, Nepal government has declared public holiday on Bhadra 28th 2073. image:eidalfitr2016.com Read More

Learning The Endless Process Of Life

09-Sep-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Learning is a skill to know something new, modify or reinforce the existing knowledge. It is the process which begins from birth till death. The process and field of learning may differ from person to ... Read More

Obama Announces 'Let Girls Learn' For Nepal

09-Sep-2016

By:Sushil Awale

  US President Barack Obama, in his speech at Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) summit, has announced that his government will extend the “Let Girls Learn” program in Nepal an ... Read More

AAYO KITAB

08-Sep-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Aayo Kitab is a project initiated by Siddhartha Arts Foundation Education Initiative. The idea behind the project is about utilizing the time spent in the bus by reading something productive. A small ... Read More

Three Takeaways From Third IT4D, 2016

08-Sep-2016

By:Sushil Awale

On July 31st, third Information Technology for Development (IT4D) conference was held at Hotel Annapurna, Dubar Marg. This year’s theme for the conference was e-learning and a total of 18 papers on ... Read More

Buzz Aldrin Visits Nepal

08-Sep-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Buzz Aldrin, born in 1930, January 20, is an American engineer and astronaut. He is the second man to set foot on the Moon at 03:15:16 on July 21, 1969, following mission commander Neil Armstrong. ... Read More

लेख्न गार्हो छ, तर रमाइलो पनि

08-Sep-2016

By:सागर गिरी

२०७३ साल, वैशाख १ गतेका दिनबाट डि.डब्लु.आइ.टी. न्युज नेपाली संस्करणको श्रीगण ... Read More

कालो पोथी अस्करको लागि छनोट

08-Sep-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

तिन ओटा सिनेमा – “पशुपति प्रसाद” , “कालो पोथी” र “को आफ्नो” मध्ये “कालो पोथी ... Read More

Jhamak Kumari Ghimire Honored With Honorary Doctorate

07-Sep-2016

By:admin

Jhamak Kumari Ghimire, the famous writer of 'Jeewan Kadha Ki Phool' was honored by the Madhya Pachimanchal University (MPU) with an honorary doctorate degree. Jhamak who has been an inspiration to ... Read More

iPhone 7 Launch

07-Sep-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Apple seems to be following its recent trend of remaining tight-lipped about their new products ahead of the scheduled launch of the much anticipated iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus. The event is taking pl ... Read More

Mother Teresa Declared As Saint

06-Sep-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

It was an extraordinary event, which did the extraordinary life story of Mother Teresa, justice it deserved. The Albanian-Indian Roman Catholic nun known popularly as Mother Teresa was formally declar ... Read More

UNESCO urges authorities to follow norms

05-Sep-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Rani Pokhari was destroyed by the earthquake on 25 April. President Bidya Devi Bhandari had inaugurated the National Reconstruction Campaign from Rani Pokhari on April. UNESCO has expressed its conce ... Read More

Samsung Recalling Millions of Note 7

05-Sep-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Things are getting heated up at Samsung just 2 weeks after the launch of their latest phone, Samsung Galaxy Note 7. However, it’s all for the wrong reasons. It’s certainly not the hot topic that t ... Read More

DWIT's Student Presents Research Paper In An International Conference

29-Aug-2016

By:DWIT News

On 27th August 2016, DWIT student Ms. Nikita Gautam under the supervision of Academic Officer of DWIT, Mr. Bijaya Kumar Shrestha presented their research paper entitled, “Flipped Classes: New e-lear ... Read More

Healthy Minister Gets Health Ministry

29-Aug-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

Gagan Thapa one of the most promising and popular leader in Nepal has finally got a ministry after his long service in politics. He was declared the health minister today and has started his tenure. ... Read More

तस्करीका केही तथ्यांक

29-Aug-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

तस्करीको समाचार नसुनिएको होइन | अझ नेपालको कुरा गर्ने हो भने त शिक्षा र स्वस ... Read More

Picture of The Week

29-Aug-2016

By:Prayush Shrestha

Diyo-Power of Light Read More

Syndicate System in Transportation: A Mass Murdering System

29-Aug-2016

By:Dipesh Poudel

On August 15, 2016, a tragic bus accident in Birta Deurali of Kavre killed around 30 people. Overload of passengers and poor condition of the bus was the reason behind this accident. Along with those ... Read More

टेन ट्री

26-Aug-2016

By:कुशल बिष्ट

“क्रिएसन ओवर दिस्ट्रक्सन” विनाश माथि विकास सुन्दा सामान्य लागे पनि यो शब्द ... Read More

 Mulholland Drive : 21st Century's Top Movie

26-Aug-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

David Lynch's mystery drama Mulholland drive has been named by BBC culture's critics' poll as the best film of the century so far. A poll by BBC culture of 177 film critics from 36 different countries ... Read More

Singer of Warijamuna KHEM RAJ GURUNG – No More

25-Aug-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

The Nepali Music industry has lost an iconic figure today as Khem Raj Gurung(1975-2016) has sadly passed away after losing a battle with Jaundice and liver problems. Khem Raj Gurung, born on 14Th Jan ... Read More

Earthquake Hits Central Italy

25-Aug-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

As reported by the Italian Officials, a strong earthquake of magnitude 6.2 has struck Italy leaving the affected part in despair and turmoil. With six people confirmed dead, the death toll is likely t ... Read More

Internaut Day!

23-Aug-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

  25 years ago today, something incredible was invented. Only a very few people would have predicted that the thing they invented would one day rule the world. Yes, I’m talking about the inv ... Read More

Android 7.0 Nougat Features

23-Aug-2016

By:Sushil Awale

LG V20 will be the first new smartphone that comes with Android Nougat, right out of the box. Google released its latest android version Android 7.0 Nougat today. The android community had been eag ... Read More

Famous Signs All Over The World Are Missing Letters

23-Aug-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Where are the letters A’s, B’s and O’s? Some of the biggest companies and brands in the world are missing letters on their signs but the reason is not vandalism. All of these signs are missin ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

20-Aug-2016

By:Prayush Shrestha

Greenery Nepal  Read More

YouTube’s First!

20-Aug-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

How often do you use YouTube in a day? Once? Twice? Or a few times at least. It’s amazing to see how a small platform for video sharing has grown up to be something this huge. The history of YouTube ... Read More

Malaysian Axiata Acquires Ncell

20-Aug-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

Ncell, one of the privately owned telecommunications company with more than one crore user in the country has been acquired by the Malaysian based Axiata. Axiata has agreed to attain 80 percent share ... Read More

Tips to increase knowledge-base

20-Aug-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

  Knowledge is being familiar with some situation or some people which are acquired through engagement and dealing and helps us to conclude and make some decision, learn facts and information. ... Read More

The Journey of Life; Featured In a Day of Hiking

16-Aug-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Photo Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana I was born in a village far away from the city crowd and its overwhelming pollution. My mom used to sit outside the house under the warmth of sun penetrating through ... Read More

NMB to Provide Education Loan

16-Aug-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Photo Courtesy: Suraj Prasai On Friday, August 12, Upendra Poudel, CEO of NMB Bank and Bishnu Prasad Sharma, Chairman of Himalaya College signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the regard th ... Read More

Rio Olympics: Saraswoti Sets New National Record

16-Aug-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy:Sweekriti Gautam August 13,2016- Nepal's athlete Saraswoti Bhattarai, 23 has set a new national record in 1500 m race held in the ongoing Rio Olympics-2016 in Brazil. Bhattarai repla ... Read More

International Left-handers Day

15-Aug-2016

By:Kusal Bista

On the day of 13th August, the International left-handers day is observed to be celebrated as designated by Left-handers International. It was first observed on 13th August 1976 and its trend is incre ... Read More

Chandragiri Cable Car - A New Destination for an Outing in Kathmandu

13-Aug-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Photo Courtesy: Suraj Prasai Chandragiri Hill, with its ever-changing weather, proudly stands atop the South West of Kathmandu valley at 2540 meters above sea level, seven kilometers from Thankot. Th ... Read More

Hepatitis virus, seen in Kathmandu

13-Aug-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

  Hepatitis is the inflammation of the liver caused by infection. It can occur due to virus and toxin present in alcohol, careless use of medicines such as ayurvedic medicines as well as allop ... Read More

Premier League 2016/17 kicks off with a 2-1 defeat for the Champions

13-Aug-2016

By:Sushil Awale

  Leicester City have started their premier league title defense with a defeat. The Champions created some good chances in the first-half. After some quick passing in the left plank, Fuchs ... Read More

Manchester City sign John Stones for £47.5m. But, is he worth it?

09-Aug-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Manchester City have signed John Stones from Everton for £47.5m, making him the world’s second most expensive defender. “It’s an ambitious club with a great manager so I can’t wait to get ... Read More

Manchester United Get Their Man For A World Record Fee

09-Aug-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

After all the rumors that went on, Paul Pogba is finally a Manchester United player, again. The French man left the red devils four years ago for a nominal fee and now becomes the most expensive trans ... Read More

Skydiver Jumped Without a Parachute and Survived

08-Aug-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy:www.google.com.np Skydiver Luke Aikins jumped from an airplane from a height of 25,000 without a parachute and survived. After two minutes, he flipped onto his back to the land. But, h ... Read More

Rio 2016- 10 Football Stars to Watch at the Olympics in Brazil

08-Aug-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Photo Courtesy:google.com 10) Ali Adnan (Udinese) The first Iraqi to play in Series A, Adnan has earned comparisons to both Roberto Carlos and Gareth Bale. He’s a talented left-side star and score ... Read More

The Pleasure Of Reading

08-Aug-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

A book is a source of pleasure, light of knowledge as well as entertainment which contain the best thoughts and ideas of the authors. Library is the temple of learning and a source of pleasures and is ... Read More

Rio Olympics: Gaurika Fails to Qualify Despite topping the Heat

07-Aug-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Photo Courtesy:Google.com Rio Olympics’ youngest participant, Gaurika Singh, manages to top the first heat but fails to qualify for the next round. She beat two other participants from Samoa and Ko ... Read More

DWIT Students Presented at IT4D Conference

02-Aug-2016

By:Nikita Gautam

On 31st July 2016, IT4D, a conference for researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and development workers for experience and knowledge sharing was successfully held at Hotel Annapurna, Durbar Marg. ... Read More

Opinion On IT4D 2016 by Manoj Shakya, Assistant Professor of Kathmandu University

02-Aug-2016

By:Ashmita Kunwar

IT4D, an international conference was recently completed successfully. IT4D is an annual conference, and the theme for this time was e-learning. The main objective was to create a platform for schola ... Read More

Hike to Namo-Buddha

02-Aug-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Cold wind gushed through the windows of the Micro van as we set full speed to Panauti, our start point for the hike. A total of 18 students from all four batches, left the Deerwalk Complex at 7am to b ... Read More

Duty VS Humanity: Governments Vs Citizens

02-Aug-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

The recent monsoon season has cast a shadow of grief and hunger over some rural areas of Nepal. Several people have died in the catastrophic floods and landslides that have been a regular occurrence ... Read More

Prisma: The New You!

02-Aug-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Things don’t take a lot of time to trend these days. It seems surprising at times how the smallest or weirdest of things can take over the internet overnight. It’s no surprise that the use of soci ... Read More

When My Mobile Vibrates

02-Aug-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

When my mobile vibrates…………….. These days everyone has a mobile. From the beggars to the upper echelons of human society, all have a mobile. And we students are no exception!! Since we at ... Read More

IT4D, One Question

02-Aug-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

During the IT4D conference, held on 31st July, 2016, the DWIT News interviewed some of the guests. They were asked the question “How do you liked the program so far? How can the program be improv ... Read More

The Lady With the Light

02-Aug-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Sarah was different from children of her age. She enjoyed playing alone. Sometimes she used to make imaginary friends and play with them. Her parents were worried about this activity. Her mother worke ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

02-Aug-2016

By:Abhishek Khatiwada

Way to NamoBudhha Read More

Separated by Languages, United By Nationality

02-Aug-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Nepal is certainly a place of astonishment and amusement. It comprises of a lot of amazing places like the highest peak in the world, the birth place of Lord Buddha, the home of brave Gorkhas and the ... Read More

Rainy Season And The Diseases It Brings

01-Aug-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

With the start of the monsoon, there is a greater risk of growth of different bacteria and viruses due the favorable temperature for their breeding. So the outbreak of many infectious diseases through ... Read More

Photo Featured: Rally Supporting Dr.KC

25-Jul-2016

By:Dipal Malla

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Are Dr. K.C.'s Demands Genuine?

25-Jul-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: www.himalayantimes.com A senior orthopedic surgeon Dr. Govinda KC of Tribhuvan University Teaching hospital is consistently taken a stance against the medical mafia and prevalence o ... Read More

Rally In Support Of Dr. Govinda K.C.

25-Jul-2016

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo Source: Biveksil Nepali A large group of people gathered at Maitighar Mandala to support Dr. Govinda K.C. There were supporters from Biveksil Nepali Party, and different other organizations l ... Read More

How Has Your Pokemon GO Journey Gone So Far?

21-Jul-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

After this much-awaited game got rolling this month, Pokemon GO has already been a revolutionary game in many parts of the world. It has surpassed the expectations of the players as well as the develo ... Read More

Why is Africa so Thirsty?

18-Jul-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Picture Courtesy: Youtube.com Africa with numerous lakes and rivers can be said as a continent rich in its water resources yet the WHO says over 40 % of the African’s population still do not have a ... Read More

Stable Instability In Nepal

18-Jul-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo Courtesy: Republica The coalition government led by KP Oli is in certain to come to halt after CPN - Maoists center decided to withdraw its support. Mr. Oli had had an opportunity to be the pri ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

18-Jul-2016

By:Sugam Shrestha

Icing on the top Read More

Team Trinity Bag The First Prize In Deerthon 2016

18-Jul-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: DWIT Software Club Two weeks after the successful completion of Deerthon 2016, the result was announced on July 15, 2016. Team Trinity from Trinity International College bagged t ... Read More

Solar Roadway Panels

18-Jul-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy:http://www.greentechmedia.com/ Solar roadways are a specially designed solar panels which are laid on the road that can be walked and driven upon. These solar panels are constructed ... Read More

छटपटिँदै जलिरा'छु

18-Jul-2016

By:तक्दिर बर्तौला

फोटो स्रोत :mentalhealth.com बिछोडको वियोग मनमा छ, छटपटिँदै जलिरा'छु अँध्यारो भो मनको ... Read More

Art of Living Program; What I Learned

17-Jul-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: www.artoflivingla.com I had been hearing about the program 'Art of living' since my first semester at DWIT. When I heard about this program for the first time, I had a sensation t ... Read More

Movie Review: A Beautiful Mind

17-Jul-2016

By:Alisha Pathak

Picture Courtesy: www.wallpapersxl.com “A Beautiful Mind” is a biographical movie based on the novel, ‘A Beautiful Mind’ by Sylvia Nasar. This is a movie based on John Nash’s life who is ... Read More

Pokemon Go Helping People With Depression

17-Jul-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: www.sciencealert.com Pokemon Go is a mobile app game, based on the animation series Pokémon created in 1995, which uses a mobile camera and GPS to place the Pokémon characters i ... Read More

Dr. Govinda KC Solidarity Movement

17-Jul-2016

By:Dipal Malla

On this seventh day of Dr. GKC Satyagraha, various organizations and students from IOM participated in the rally. The rally was participated by hundreds of people. This is now eight time in a ... Read More

उखानेकाकासँगको मिठो अन्तरवार्ता......

15-Jul-2016

By:तक्दिर बर्तौला

पत्रकार - प्रधानमन्त्रीज्यू नमस्कार !   ओली - "जस्तालाई तस्तै, ढिँडोलाई निस ... Read More

प्रेम पहिलो - (भाग २)

15-Jul-2016

By:सागर गिरी

“प्रेम, पहिलो” को भाग १ पढ्नका लागि यहाँ जानुहोस : http://goo.gl/sKsERZ भोलिपल्ट…. प्रेम प ... Read More

बढ्दो अपराध: साइवर अपराध

14-Jul-2016

By:कुशल बिष्ट

आजको युग विज्ञान तथा प्रविधिको युग हो।  विज्ञान तथा प्रविधि मानव जीवनको महत ... Read More

झरी

14-Jul-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

फोटो स्रोत :http://unwallpapers.com/ घडीमा ५ जति बजेको हुँदो हो । कक्षा त ४ बजे नै सकिन्थ्य ... Read More

Do Parents Have Higher Hopes And Standards For Their Sons?

12-Jul-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: crrc-caucasus.blogspot.com If you have siblings, younger or older and of opposite sex, you might have noticed different expectations of your parents from the two of you. Sons and da ... Read More

Let’s turn our eye towards Sindupalchowk, Shall we ?

12-Jul-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

Picture Courtesy: generosity.com Sindupalchowk has been the most popular district for years now. Described by the difficult terrain, infertile lands, earthquake prone zone and vulnerability to floods ... Read More

Revolution 2020: Book Review

12-Jul-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: amazon.com Revolution 2020 is a famous Chetan Bhagat novel which depicts a love triangle set against the backdrop of corrupt engineering society. Chetan Bhagat has very well portra ... Read More

Euro Cup 2016: A Fitting End

12-Jul-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Photo Courtesy: Google.com So a competition filled with a wide range of emotions ranging from utter joy to heartbreak and full of surprises has finally come to an end with Portugal lifting the Europe ... Read More

Irishway, How it all began: My childhood memories

11-Jul-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

The experiences that I have gained till date are unforgettable. It goes without saying that my childhood was more than just a learning experience. I shall always cherish those memories! The story I’ ... Read More

The Weather and its Disease

11-Jul-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Photo Courtesy:http://www.bacteria.cz/ Last Saturday, my father caught a fever. He was not even able enough to stand properly due to weakness. After two days of continuous fever, he went to the hospi ... Read More

Ego

11-Jul-2016

By:Pratyush Nepal

I laid there drugged out in a hallucinating trip to the world that was beyond imagination. The light flickered by, walls started talking and I went into a deep trance of psychedelic illusions. The tri ... Read More

Hope

11-Jul-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Heart touching poem in digital format. Read More

Acting Is A Medium That Makes Us Deliberate On Life

11-Jul-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: www.hollywoodoracle.com Acting is a process in which people try to express feelings of a fictional character or play a fictional situation. In other words, it is pretending. So, i ... Read More

Quality Education Is A Must

10-Jul-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: www.seedmagazine.com Education is simply the process of learning something new. The things may be related to history, sociology, art, culture, philosophy, literature, behavior or ... Read More

Monsoon Havoc: When Will Nepal Government Learn?

10-Jul-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: www.himalayantimes.com Kathmandu Valley finally fell under the grace of rain gods this month with the arrival of the monsoon; 5 days late than usual. While the people in Kathmandu ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

10-Jul-2016

By:Dipal Malla

Naturally Nepal Read More

THE LIONEL MESSI CRISIS

05-Jul-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Picture Courtesy: edition.cnn.com Sunday, June 26, 2016, was finally supposed to be the day that Argentina put 3 years of bad luck behind them and finally win a major tournament. With the living phen ... Read More

Virtual Reality

04-Jul-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Photo Courtesy: http://www.digitaltrends.com/ The world is getting digitized every day and technology is developing more rapidly than anyone ever imagined. With new advanced technologies and concept ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

04-Jul-2016

By:Sajak Raj Baidhya

Flash-> Click Read More

DEERTHON: A 2 Days Hack-a-t hon By The DWIT Software Club

04-Jul-2016

By:DWIT News

Photo Courtesy: DWIT Software Club The first ever “Inter-College” hackathon exclusively for Bsc.CSIT students was conducted from 2nd to 3rd July, 2016 during the weekend by “The Software Club ... Read More

Deerthon Successfully Completed

04-Jul-2016

By:admin

Picture Courtesy: Media Club The most anticipated event of the DWIT College, Deerthon 2016 was successfully commenced on 2nd of July, Saturday. The event officially started off at 7 a.m. in the mor ... Read More

The Right Act; Paddy In Flower Pot

04-Jul-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo Courtesy:http://english.onlinekhabar.com/ National paddy day that falls on the Ashad 15 of Nepali calendar is of high significance for an agricultural country like Nepal and is celebrated with ... Read More

Euro Cup 2016: Unexpected and Exciting as Ever

04-Jul-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Photo Courtesy::http://img.uefa.com Euro Cup 2016 is the 15th edition of UEFA’s European Championships, the quadrennial international men's football championship of Europe organized by UEFA. Th ... Read More

MONSOON RAIN : WITH JOY / TEARS

04-Jul-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Photo Courtesy: www.travelblog.com A man lost in thought, under the light drizzling rain, a bit nostalgic look on his face, seems to remember his past. He had faced nearly 29 monsoons till now. The 1 ... Read More

Nepal At High Risks of Landslides This Monsoon

04-Jul-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: www.himalayantimes.com In April and May, Nepal was struck by two devastating earthquakes in less than 3 weeks. The disaster killed over 9000 people and injured thousands more. Ove ... Read More

#3 Where’s Sushil? – The Narayani Meeting Room, DWIT

04-Jul-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: Sushil Awale This week I’m at the Narayani Meeting Room. This room is located on the first floor of building one in Deerwalk premises. The meeting room, just like other meeting ... Read More

HSEB Board Transformed Into Nepal Education Board

04-Jul-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: Shreeya Panday HSEB was an autonomous institution that was authorized to manage and govern the education of higher secondary level (+2) throughout Nepal. Recently it was announced tha ... Read More

Forgetting Small Things Instantly

04-Jul-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

You walk into the room and open the cupboard, then you stand in front of it wondering what you were about to do. You forget the place where you kept your cell phone or the place where you kept your ke ... Read More

Poemy

04-Jul-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

I love you. I love you. I love you.   You’ve always sat there and watched them. That day you moved closer. But you were still just them. That day you moved and closer and closer ... Read More

DEERTHON Happening Tomorrow

01-Jul-2016

By:Software Club DWIT

The Software Club of DWIT is organizing DEERTHON, a two days inter-college hack-a-thon targeted specifically for students of CSIT program. The event will take place on July 2 and 3 inside Deerwalk Com ... Read More

SignAloud

28-Jun-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy:http://www.fastcompany.com/ The sign language was invented for the deaf and dumb to communicate or express their feelings with each other. However, it is not possible to make the entir ... Read More

Nepalese Health Depends On Fake Certificates of Doctors

28-Jun-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: nepalmountainnews.com The medical field is regarded as one of the most prominent and vital fields in the context of our country. It requires lots of knowledge, patience, and hard wo ... Read More

New Session Introduced In DeerTalk, DWIT

27-Jun-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: The Deer Express Club On June 24th, the Deer Express Club initiated a new session, “Scenario Session” for the DeerTalk. The 18th season of DeerTalk, which started on May 27th, f ... Read More

Loneliness And The Moon

27-Jun-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: www.wallpapermag.com My dad never made me feel unsatisfied. He always fulfilled my demands and gave me all that I asked for as long as I remember. But he also made me a strong girl ... Read More

Antioxidants to Avoid Cancer

27-Jun-2016

By:Alisha Pathak

Photo Courtesy:http://www.ladycarehealth.com/ One of the greatest and chilling problems of all time is cancer. Cancer is a Greek word derived from “Karkinos” meaning crab. Cancer really means neo ... Read More

Brexit - The Consequences

27-Jun-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Picture Courtesy: www.ip-watch.org On June 24th, 2016, Britain held a referendum to decide if the nation would remain in the EU (European Union) or not. In what was one of the biggest political uphea ... Read More

Why People Plagiarize?

27-Jun-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: hubpages.com There are many views and thoughts regarding what plagiarism is and why people plagiarize? People have different levels of knowledge and understanding power. They also ... Read More

Kabul Bomb Blast; Innocent Dead

27-Jun-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy:ndtv.com On 20th June 2016, a devastating news hit the country. Twelve of our brothers were killed on their way to work. Those innocent souls were taken away by the targeted suicid ... Read More

OnePlus and ASUS : Arrival of the 3s

27-Jun-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Photo Courtesy: Saras Karanjit Smartphones these days have become smarter and more powerful than ever. All the versatility you need is now in the palm of your hand. With brands like Apple and Samsung ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

26-Jun-2016

By:Sulav Prasain

Killer Eyes Read More

Change Of Entrance Gate; Was It A Mistake?

23-Jun-2016

By:DWIT News

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News How often have you seen the main entrance of an organization change? Once, twice, thrice or more. Here at Deerwalk Institute of Technology, the main entrance has been chan ... Read More

प्रेम, पहिलो

23-Jun-2016

By:सागर गिरी

फोटो स्रोत: www.theodysseyonline.com     यस कथाका घटना तथा पत्रहरू काल्पनिक हुन्। कसै ... Read More

इलाम – रमणीय गन्तव्य

23-Jun-2016

By:कुशल बिष्ट

फोटो स्रोत: www.advzambuling.com     नेपालको पूर्वी भाग, मेची अञ्चलको पहाडी जिल्ला ... Read More

Batch Of 2015 Shared Their Volunteering Experience

22-Jun-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: DeerExpress Club On 17th June 2016, the Deer Express Club hosted three of the first graduates of DWIT, Shankar Koirala, Bhawana Dahal, and Anil Shrestha to share their 2 months of v ... Read More

Is It Real "COMRADE"?

21-Jun-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

Photo Courtesy:google.com Naya Shakti Nepal, a new political party led by former Prime Minister Dr. Baburam Bhattarai has become the subject of political gossip and has been attracting media attentio ... Read More

Turkish Man Invents Glasses To Conceal Phone Screen

20-Jun-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: http://www.odditycentral.com When you are using a smartphone in a public place, have you ever wondered if stranger people sitting near you are looking at your phone screen. Does it ... Read More

Psychology - Try Balancing It For A Happy Life!

20-Jun-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

My name is John. I can’t describe what I feel or what is really going inside my mind. Sometimes I feel suffocated when I see myself not adapting to the environment in which I was brought up. While s ... Read More

Forbidden Love

20-Jun-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: www.pininterest.com I still recall that night when I saw her for the first time. I was returning from my work at midnight. It was a rainy night and the wind was howling. Tiny rain ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

20-Jun-2016

By:Sajak Raj Baidhya

Mustang Diaries: Memories Forever Read More

#2 Where's Sushil? - The Sagarmatha Hall, DWIT

20-Jun-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: Dipal Malla, Sushil Awale  This week I’m at the Sagarmatha Hall. This hall is located on the topmost floor of building 3 on Deerwalk campus. The Sagarmatha Hall is the only hall ... Read More

The VOW : Movie Review

20-Jun-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: www.amadei33.com The Vow is a romantic drama directed by Michael Sucsy starring Rachael McAdams and Channing Tatum in the lead roles as "Paige" and "Leo" respectively. The plot beg ... Read More

#1 Where’s Sushil? –DWIT Library

20-Jun-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: Sushil Awale This week I’m at the DWIT Library. This is one of my favorite place in Deerwalk campus. It is located on the second floor of building 3, next to the department of Eng ... Read More

BARS

20-Jun-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

  I was inspired to write it after watching this video ... Read More

Which Team Are You Supporting This Euro Cup?

16-Jun-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Football has undoubtedly become the most popular game across the globe in the 21st Century. People rejoice watching matches and supporting their favorite teams whether it be international tournaments ... Read More

We Wish To See You Again Hilary!

15-Jun-2016

By:Kusal Bista

Picture Courtesy: DWIT Media Club History never really says goodbye. History says, ‘See you later.’ - Eduardo Galeano Ms. Hillary Towle, faculty of English, returned to the US last Saturday. ... Read More

Many Title Contenders, But My Support For England

15-Jun-2016

By:Sulav Prasain

UEFA EURO 2016 is one of the most awaited football events for the football fans; 51 matches in 10 French host cities from 10 June to 10 July 2016. This time, Euro 2016 has 24 teams in the main event w ... Read More

Youth and Sports

13-Jun-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: http://media.virbcdn.com/ Playing sports on a regular basis helps us to improve our physical and psychological state. It brings motivation, courage, discipline, concentration and al ... Read More

Love And Football

13-Jun-2016

By:Alisha Pathak

Picture Courtesy: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/ After heavy raining for a week, the sun came finally came up. The sunny day brought brightness in Ronnie’s face as he had been waiting to p ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

13-Jun-2016

By:Sugam Shrestha

Peace in the monastery. Read More

The Evolution of EURO

13-Jun-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Picture Courtesy: http://www.uefa.com/ With the 15th edition (Euro 2016) off and running, the history of EURO Cup dates back to 1960. Being the second most watched football event in the world after ... Read More

 Health and fitness in the UEFA Euro 2016

13-Jun-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: http://sportsng.com/ The 2016 UEFA European Championship also called the UEFA Euro 2016 or EURO 2016 is scheduled to be held in France from June 10, 2016 to July 10, 2016.  All th ... Read More

Goal Line Technology: For the first time

13-Jun-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: http://theworldgame.sbs.com.au/ Goal Line Technology as proposed by FIFA is a technical means of instantly determining whether or not the whole of the ball has crossed the goal-lin ... Read More

सपना

08-Jun-2016

By:शिशिर मल्ल

फोटो स्रोत: pbs.org   भनिन्छ इच्छा भएर पनि पुरा हुन नसकेका चाहनाहरुको संसा ... Read More

रूखको आवाज

08-Jun-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

फोटो स्रोत: timbergreenforestry.com   आज मेरो अकालमय मरण हुँदैछ आज मेरो अन्त्यको सु ... Read More

सानी अनि सानीको देश

08-Jun-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

फोटो स्रोत: www.whypoverty.net   हे समाज ! छोरी भएर जन्मिए त मैले के बिराएँ जन्मिन ... Read More

 सडक बालबालिका

08-Jun-2016

By:कुशल बिष्ट

  फोटो स्रोत: volunteerssummernepal.com   बालबालिका आजका साझेदार र भविषयको कर्णधार हुन ... Read More

दिदी म के लेखम ?

08-Jun-2016

By:तक्दिर बर्तौला

फोटो स्रोत: granitgeork.com   “दिदी म के लेखम?”, मेरो प्रश्न यही थियो जब दिदीले मला ... Read More

एक पृथक् नेपाली चलचित्र (फिल्म समीक्षा: कालो पोथी)

08-Jun-2016

By:सागर गिरी

फोटो स्रोत: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt4991660/   भिन्स चलचित्र महोत्सवमा सर्वश्रेष्ठ फिलिम ... Read More

एक नजर!

08-Jun-2016

By:अस्मिता बिष्ट

फोटो स्रोत: hugelovers.blogspot.com   कत्ति फरक पार्छ यो एक नजरले। आज फेरी यी मेरा आँख ... Read More

Cheating

07-Jun-2016

By:Shiva Tripathi

When I was going through my final term examination, I had seen an e-mail of suspension because one of the students cheated in the exam. After seeing that e-mail, one question arose in my mind - why do ... Read More

A Tribute To A Legend Muhammad Ali (1942 - 2016)

07-Jun-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Picture Courtesy: Jacobianimag.com Muhammad Ali 1942 - 2016 “I'd like to be remembered as a black man who won the heavyweight title and who was humorous and who treated everyone right. As a man wh ... Read More

REVIEW: The Weather Channel

06-Jun-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Picture Courtesy:DWIT News The weather channel is an app that provides current weather conditions at searched locations. We can search by entering a city name or zip code into a locations field at th ... Read More

Major Problems Of Kathmandu

06-Jun-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Let us hear what local residents of Kathmandu valley have to say about the major problem/s they have been facing. What is one of the main problem that you have faced or seen in Kathmandu? We all ... Read More

World Environment Day-ICIMOD

06-Jun-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: www.icimod.org World Environment Day, which is celebrated every year on June 5, raises awareness among people globally to take positive action towards the environment in order to pr ... Read More

What Should Nepal Learn From Bhutan?

06-Jun-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: www.gvi.co.uk Kathmandu is one of the most polluted city in the world. The unplanned urbanization has resulted in crowded housing, mismanaged waste, scarcity of water, and mainly du ... Read More

Futile Hope : The New Budget Of Nepal

06-Jun-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

Picture Courtesy: ilamdarpan.com The budget for the fiscal year was released a week ago and it so happens that the information was leaked before the finance minister presented it to the parliament. A ... Read More

The Bitter Reality Of Global Warming

06-Jun-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Picture Courtesy: www.theodysseyonline.com Being one of the hottest topics for years now, people have finally realized Global Warming is real. Even though the topic is gaining a lot more exposure, th ... Read More

Early Start Of Monsoon And Its Effects

06-Jun-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: trekearth.com The clouds come floating to add the colors into our lives.  Monsoons bring relief after a scorching summer.  The days during monsoon are cool and beautiful.  Howeve ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

06-Jun-2016

By:Sugam Shrestha

Nature is my ultimate destination Read More

Open Letter To Prime Minister Oli

31-May-2016

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Respected Prime Minister KP Oli, I have never been into politics and I have no idea what it means to take responsibility for the entire nation, therefore, I cannot directly blame you for every bad de ... Read More

Premier league 2016-17: Battle of the Heavyweights

31-May-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Photo Courtesy: Google.com The Premier League Season: 2015-2016 was a surprise for all football enthusiasts, pundits, fans and the world as Leicester City, defied all odds and won the premier league ... Read More

Suicide or Murder

31-May-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: thehimalayantimes.com It was a typical Thursday afternoon. The environment was quite silent because of the public vehicle strike called by the transport entrepreneurs. After a long ... Read More

Alternatives to Coffee

31-May-2016

By:Alisha Pathak

Photo Courtesy:google.com I think the most hateful and worst thing in life is to get up early in the morning; whether to go to work or to school. Many people are habituated to coffee for making the ... Read More

Is KP Oli Blabbering Or His Ideas Are Relevant?

31-May-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Nepalmountains.com Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli commonly known as K.P Oli is the Prime Minister of Nepal since October 11, 2015. He was elected as the 38th Prime Minister with 338 votes ... Read More

Health Benefits of Garlic

31-May-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: https://www.organicfacts.net/health-benefits/herbs-and-spices/health-benefits-of-garlic.html Garlic grows in many parts of the world and it is used for cooking purposes. It has goo ... Read More

DON’T KP OLI ME

31-May-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Prime Minister KP Oli has fooled the Nepalese people for eight solid months with his bellicose quips and wild plans. Since KP Oli’s accession to the throne of Singha ... Read More

Wall Climbing Organized By DWIT Hiking Club

30-May-2016

By:Arika Joshi

Picture Courtesy: Hiking Club On May 29, DWIT Hiking Club organized a very exciting and adventurous event, wall climbing at Astrek Wall climbing, Thamel. It was our second successful event of Wall Cl ... Read More

KP : Khadga Prasad or Keep Promising?

30-May-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Photo Courtesy: Google.com It becomes abundantly clear that he has said enough when we search the keyword ‘KP Oli’ in Google and the first suggestion is ‘KP Oli Jokes'! With all of his next to ... Read More

Life like A Headphone

30-May-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Picture Courtesy: forbes.com Life is complicated, isn’t it? But what makes it so? When we were born, we were unaware. We did anything we liked without any restrictions or thoughts about the conseq ... Read More

Amber Gurung

30-May-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: cybersansar.com Amber Gurung is a composer, singer, and lyricist of the Nepalese music industry. He hit the height of his popularity after composing the new national anthem of Nepal ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

30-May-2016

By:Dipesh Bhandari

The deep blue sky Read More

यो कथा आजको होइन

26-May-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

फोटो स्रोत:  शिला पराजुली यो कथा आजको होइन। आज भन्दा धरै वर्ष अगाडि देखि अहि ... Read More

मेरो जिन्दगीको एक दिन ...

25-May-2016

By:तक्दिर बर्तौला

फोटो स्रोत: www.redletterchristians.org पहिलो सेमेस्टरको फाइनल जाँच त्यो माथि पनि आफूलाई गार ... Read More

समाजसेवा

25-May-2016

By:राजु श्रेष्ठ

  फोटो स्रोत: socialworkgreedguide.com मानिस सामाजिक प्राणी हो। ऊ समाजमा मिलेर बसेको ह ... Read More

Understanding Human Personalities

25-May-2016

By:Abhusan Gautam

Human beings are strange creatures. There are different kinds of them, ranging from stone-hearted who can murder their own family without a shred of remorse or guilt to cotton-hearted people that can ... Read More

द रेभिनान्ट

25-May-2016

By:कुशल बिष्ट

फोटो स्रोत:telegraph.co.uk परम्परागत पश्चिमी जीवन जिउने शैली र बदलाको कथा समेटिएर ब ... Read More

Using Google’s Voice Search

25-May-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News Google has been our best friend when it comes to searching things on the internet. All of us have typed our queries on the search box, but have you tried the Google Voice ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

25-May-2016

By:Prayush Shrestha

Peace - Lord Buddha Read More

Kudos Amigos

25-May-2016

By:Saras Karanjit

Digitized poem by one of our writer, Saras Karanjit. Read More

Inside Out: Movie Review

25-May-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: forbes.com Cleverly, playing two linked parallel stories off each other – one following Riley in the real world, and the other an adventure of emotions going on inside her head ... Read More

Hike From Lamatar To Lyakuri Vanjyang To Godawari

25-May-2016

By:Hiking Club

Picture Courtesy: Hiking Club, DWIT On 15th May 2016, DWIT Hiking Club organized a hike from Lubhu to Lyakuri Bhanjyang to Godawari. The hike started from Lamatar. It was a one-day hike and the hike ... Read More

Lucid Dreams

25-May-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Picture Courtesy: www.neonnettle.com Sometimes when you are dreaming, you might still be conscious about what you are dreaming. You might know that the things you are experiencing are not happening i ... Read More

Bollywood Artists Welcomed By Nepal Army

25-May-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: radionepalnews.com After the devastating earthquake on April 25, 2015, various national and international forces are working tirelessly to help Nepal rise again. Nepalese Army Wives ... Read More

Luxury Darshan

25-May-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: Milan Lohani (Facebook Page) “Luxury Darshan” directed by Meelan is the drama that encircles the stress and anxiety caused due to the conflict between expectations and reality o ... Read More

एक युवा, एक दिन

25-May-2016

By:सागर गिरी

फोटो स्रोत: victorygirlsblog.com भित्ते घडीमा घन्टाको सुईले आठ बजेको सङ्केत गरिरहेको ... Read More

चुरोट जिन्दगी

17-May-2016

By:सागर गिरी

फोटो स्रोत : google.com नयाँ सेमेस्टर सुरु हुने तरखरमा थियो। नयाँ कलेज, नयाँ साथीहर ... Read More

गोलभेडा

17-May-2016

By:तक्दिर बर्तौला

फोटो स्रोत: nobacks.com आधार : भैरब आर्यलको “आलु” निबन्ध गोलभेडाको नामकरण कसले कस ... Read More

म त खस्दै छु

17-May-2016

By:अस्मिता बिष्ट

फोटो स्रोत :www.pinterest.com छोरी भनी बोलाएको सुने हजुर आमा! जवाफ दिन खोजेँ आँखा खुल ... Read More

बारको रात

17-May-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

फोटो स्रोत :www.kuredu.com भेटे उनलाई नशाको सारमा मैलो भट्टी त हैन सुकिलो बारमा रम ... Read More

Interview With Shankar Uprety: Founder of Hamro Patro

17-May-2016

By:Kusal Bista

Picture Courtesy: The Deer Express Club Shankar Uprety, a leading figure in Nepalese mobile application industry with some of the most popular and downloaded apps in Nepal like Hamro Patro, Hamro N ... Read More

Artistas Inauguration and First Wall paint session

16-May-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Picture Courtesy: Artistas Artistas, the newest club in the house has completed their first wall paint session. The art was basically a memory tree where different good moments captured in the phot ... Read More

Darpan: Web Application By DWIT Students

16-May-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: Darpan Developers Darpan, which means mirror in Sanskrit, is a web app which reflects a student’s profile. It shows the student’s academic results, awards and achievements, ext ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

16-May-2016

By:Sugam Shrestha

Different site,  different angle, and a different view. Read More

First Basic Electrical Electronics Lab Successfully Conducted

16-May-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam On 7th and 8th May 2016, Batch of 2017 of Deerwalk Institute of Technology attended a workshop on Digital Electronics lab. On 7th May, the workshop was held from 2:30 ... Read More

Lost Love

16-May-2016

By:Alisha Pathak

Picture Courtesy: Firstcovers.com Today he became 60 years old and his wife 58. They had spent their lifetime together. They were a happily married couple. They had fallen in love at a young age and ... Read More

Waiting To Be Adopted

16-May-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana Eva lived in an orphanage on Alice road ever since she was separated from her parents when she was five years old. She was very intimate and friendly with Mrs.Jenn ... Read More

Now You See Me

16-May-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: Google Images Now you see me is an American thriller directed by Louis Latterier starring Jessie Eisenberg(Danny) , Mark Ruffalo(Dylan), Melanie Laurent(Alma) ,Dave Franco(Jack), I ... Read More

Education System And Examinations In Nepal

16-May-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Picture Courtesy: Google Images “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”. This is what the great Nelson Mandela believed. So, in order hold this powerful weap ... Read More

Road Accidents And Their Causes

16-May-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana Last Tuesday, my friend was on her way to college. As usual, she was waiting for the bus at the bus stop near her home and after a certain time, she woke up in hosp ... Read More

Looking Ahead

16-May-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Most people will advise you to look ahead in life. Look in front. Look straight. Don’t look back. After hearing those lines or some other forms of those lines for a “many many” times in much ... Read More

Mama’s Medicine

15-May-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy:https://www.google.com.np/ Every now and then, people fall sick. They spend a huge deal of money paying visits to the doctor and buying medicines. However, what most people don't rea ... Read More

पुननिर्माण

10-May-2016

By:कुशल बिष्ट

यो पुननिर्माण शब्द जति सरल छ, यसले त्यतिनै जटिल अर्थ बोकेको हुन्छ। भौतिक संर ... Read More

The Red Woman

09-May-2016

By:Sushil Awale

In the glittering warm lights of the lobby, she elegantly walked down the winding long stairs. She was dressed in velvet white gown, and her hair fell perfectly on her shoulder. Her red colored lips, ... Read More

Captain America Civil War

09-May-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: www.technobuffalo.com Captain America: Civil War is the sequel to Captain America: The First Avenger and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. This movie was directed by Joe Russo an ... Read More

Art And Life

09-May-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: medicalarttherapy.com The creative human activity which creates ideas, feelings and emotions is simply a part of art. Art creates the new and special things that develops from one ... Read More

Is Procrastination Good?

09-May-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: knote.com Our term paper was due in a month. The deadline was during the final examinations, and I didn’t want the term paper to hamper my preparations for the finals. So, I began ... Read More

Struggling With Time and Money Management

09-May-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: http://www.heartlandorganizing.com/what-we-do/results-you-can-expect The constant struggle of balancing time, money, emotions and pressure is called Student life. Most students who ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

09-May-2016

By:Sharun Sangat

Greenery Everywhere Read More

Oblivion

08-May-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Death is one of the most depressingly inevitable part of life. There is always that period in your life that you feel invincible, that you will never grow old. However, the harsh reality is that death ... Read More

DWIT Girls Win Hackathon Organized by NTA

04-May-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam On April 24th, 2016, three students from Batch of 2017, Nikita Gautam, Asmita Kunwar and Ruby Shrestha participated in a Hackathon organized by NTA(Nepal Telecom Autho ... Read More

Planning to study in the US? Here’s a quick guide

04-May-2016

By:Rojan Maharjan

So basically, almost everyone asks themselves what they’re going to do after finishing their +2 or their +2 equivalent course. “What to do now?” Going to the US is one of the most common answers ... Read More

I Was Here

02-May-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: hafr.blog.hu “I Was Here” is a novel written by Gayle Forman. It has a perfect blend of mystery, tragedy and romance. It is a novel based on teenage life. Cody and Meg were bes ... Read More

Period Tracker- App Review

02-May-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: play.google.com Being a woman is not an easy task. You have to go through a lot of problems and difficulties. Monthly period is one of them. The pain and anxiety during a period are ... Read More

Interview With Bidish Acharya

02-May-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Picture Courtesy: Bidish Acharya As every one of us know by now, some of the students from DWIT, namely Bidish Acharya, Asim Regmi, Sumit Shrestha, Sachin Aryal, and Abhishek Gupta, are successfully ... Read More

Glory Of A Soldier

02-May-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: hafr.blog.hu A soldier is a bodyguard of his nation. He aims to protect his country from devastation. To his nation, he shows love. That touches the height of the stars above. A ... Read More

Fontus

02-May-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: coolmaterial.com Fontus  is  a self-filling water bottle based on the principle of condensation. It was developed by Austrian industry designer Kristof  Retezar. The idea to deve ... Read More

More Than Good Intentions

02-May-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: www.poverty-action.org In the last fifty years, the developed nations have spent more than $16 trillion in the fight against global poverty, but still more than two billion people l ... Read More

आमाको सपना

28-Apr-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

हे आमा गर मलाई क्षमा अपुरै छन् तिम्रा ती इच्छा सकिन गर्न तिम्रो जन्मभूमिको ... Read More

अर्चना पनेरू एक, दृष्टिकोण अनेक

28-Apr-2016

By:सागर गिरी

तपाईँ गुगलमा अर्चना पनेरू टाइप गरेर हेर्नुहोस्, उनी को हुन् र उसले के त्यस्त ... Read More

नया वर्ष खुशी र हर्षको साथमा

27-Apr-2016

By:तक्दिर बर्तौला

चैत्र ३०, २०७१ सालको अन्तिम दिन रातभर “न्यु इयर इभ” मनाउने हो भनेर बिहानै प् ... Read More

सम्बन्धका हिसाबहरू

27-Apr-2016

By:कुशल बिष्ट

सम्बन्धका हिसाबहरू गर्दा गर्दै थाकेका हातहरू, पुरा नभइ पूर्णविराम लागेका ... Read More

अहिले र पहिले - धोका - जिन्दगी

27-Apr-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

अहिले र पहिले   तिमी त उस्तै रहेनौ अहिले कति ज्ञानी अनि प्रेमी थियौ पहिले ... Read More

मुक्तक

27-Apr-2016

By:रेजल ढकाल

यो याद पनि किन घरीघरी आउँछ, धकेल्छु बेस्सरी झन् सरीसरी आउछ, यसको पनि कुनै आद ... Read More

समाजसेवा

27-Apr-2016

By:admin

मानिस सामाजिक प्राणी हो। ऊ समाजमा मिलेर बसेको हुन्छ र उसलाई समाज बिना बाच्न ... Read More

खुसीको खोजी

27-Apr-2016

By:शिला पराजुली

सधैँ जस्तो आज पनि ऊ खुसी र हाँसोको खोजी मा भौँतारी रहेको छ । खै भेटाउला त उसले ... Read More

Life In Kathmandu

25-Apr-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: theguardian.com Kathmandu, the capital city of our country, is also the heart of our country. Many people from all over Nepal, want to live here in Kathmandu. All the modern facili ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

25-Apr-2016

By:Dipal Malla

Life can grow anywhere. Read More

High Hopes of Nepalese for ICC World Cup qualifiers 2018

25-Apr-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar Nepal was victorious in their second match by three wickets against Namibia in the ICC World Cricket League Championship on April 18 at the Tribhuvan University cricket ... Read More

Wild-Love

25-Apr-2016

By:Pratyush Nepal

We were what they called the wild kind of lovers. I was a capo who committed murders and crimes under my boss’s command. I was getting so good at the tasks assigned by the boss that the consigliere ... Read More

A Year Of Celebrity Deaths In 2016

25-Apr-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

It has only been four months and 2016 has already proved to be a dark year for celebrities from all around the world. With just a quarter of the year passed, 2016 has been the year with the most numb ... Read More

Lost Love

25-Apr-2016

By:Ashish Khanal

I don’t know why my hands still tremble while writing this. Over the years, I convinced myself that I have to forget, I have to explore what there is to but even the slightest remembrance of it brin ... Read More

Self-Doubt

25-Apr-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Believe me, when I write that this article started out to be a different thing altogether. I was bent on writing about the changes people face in life and dealing with those changes. I started out wel ... Read More

Building Shelter Homes In Gundu

25-Apr-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: Sushil Awale Gundu is a small village in the district of Bhaktapur behind the Pilot Baba Ashram. It’s a beautiful little village lying on the slope of a mountain. Most of the vill ... Read More

Mahabir Pun In DWIT

25-Apr-2016

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar Mahabir Pun is a man with incredible proficiency. His remarkable work in the fields of rural development in the mountainous regions of Nepal is commendable and his repu ... Read More

Nurse Your Children Better

25-Apr-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: http://articles.complexchild.com/may2011/00291.html Five percent of the newborn, irrespective of their gender, who are born at full terms have a tendency of secreting neonatal milk ... Read More

Talent Or Hard work

25-Apr-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar  What do you think is more important, hard work or talent? Hard work generally means a great deal of effort and endurance to be successful in any work. Talent mea ... Read More

LOVE: A JOURNEY OF MIXED EMOTIONS!

19-Apr-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Picture Courtesy: Iris Raj Pokharel Love, a four letter word that can melt every stone-hearted person. Well, I was once a stone hearted person and the same four-letter word changed me to a person who ... Read More

Kathmandu And Pollution

18-Apr-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: tunza.eco-generation.org Kathmandu, the heart of our nation, has been getting polluted by the increasing number of the residents every year. According to a recent study, the populat ... Read More

A BLACK HOLI

18-Apr-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Every day, she walks the same road, A student with high hopes. Friends, Family – everyone loved her, Looking ahead, she had a bright future.   One day, she walked the same road, Aspiring ... Read More

Review: The Walk

18-Apr-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: indianexpress.com ‘The Walk’ is a 2015 American drama directed by Robert Zemeckis and written by Christopher Browne and Zemeckis. This movie is based on the life story of a F ... Read More

Czech Republic Changes Name To ‘Czechia’

18-Apr-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: www.czechia-initiative.com The Czech Republic has officially changed its name to ‘Czechia’. On April 14, the country’s parliament voted in favor of changing the name. Czech le ... Read More

I Am Proud To Be A Woman

18-Apr-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: healthFundaa.com I am proud to be a woman Who creates many lives from her own life, Who serves everybody either being a mother or a wife.   I am proud to be a wom ... Read More

New Year's Celebration And Its Diversity

18-Apr-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: GlamourNepal.net Our motherland, Nepal, is very rich in cultural heritage. This multi-dimensional heritage surround the diversities of Nepal's various social groups, which has its o ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

18-Apr-2016

By:Dipal Malla

The Making of Future Stars begins here. Hope to see these players like WI players did despite the obstacles. Read More

I Do Have a Life

18-Apr-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Last year, a couple came and embedded their love in me. I stood there as they shared their love. I felt happy because I stood there as the symbol of their love. After a few months, they came again. Th ... Read More

पैसा

13-Apr-2016

By:सागर गिरी

गाैशाला चाेकमा चक्रपथको गाडी कुरिरहेको थिएँ । छेवैमा एउटा मैलाे लुगा लाएको ... Read More

जीवन एउटा खेल रहेछ

13-Apr-2016

By:अस्मिता कुँवर

जीवन भनेको एउटा अनौठो खेल रहेछ, नत सधै जित्न सक्ने नत सधै हारको आभास हुने जीव ... Read More

Three Projects For S.L.C Appeared Students

13-Apr-2016

By:Bijaya Kumar Shrestha

Picture Courtesy : slcnepal.com Proper utilization of free time after examination [S.L.C.] has become a great challenge for students, especially in a country like Nepal. Here are three projects that ... Read More

SPEAK!

13-Apr-2016

By:Sushil Awale

World beautiful, I think. People interesting, I think. And, their stories same, I think. But, “Speak”, they say. Something’s wrong with me, I think.   I fly in space, I dr ... Read More

Graduation and Deer Utsav 2.0

13-Apr-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Photo Courtesy: Aayush Manandar, Dipal Malla Deerwalk Institute of Technology had started its journey with only eight students in one single class. With the motive of revolutionizing the education in ... Read More

सपना

13-Apr-2016

By:कुशल बिष्ट

सुतेपछि देखिने र सुत्न नदिने, सपना दुई थरीका हुन्छन्। भन्छन् सुत्न नदिने सप ... Read More

मुक्तक १.०

13-Apr-2016

By:सविन पाठक

बस भाडा सानु तिमी भइहाल्यौ म बाट धेरै टाढा, इच्छा थियो बनाउने हाम्रो माया झ ... Read More

MYN Routine App by Mohan Singh Bomrel and Yashin Sekh

12-Apr-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Sweekriti Gautam MYN Routine is an android application developed by Yashin Shekh, from batch of 2018, in collaboration with Mohan Singh Bomrel, from batch of 2017, and assisted by N ... Read More

What Are We teaching Our Children?

12-Apr-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: TrueParenting.net Last Monday, after long and hectic college hours, I hurried my way home. The weather opposed my pace as it seemed lovely by being a little cloudy and a little wind ... Read More

The Unexpected Premier League

12-Apr-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: footyheadlines.com Barclay's Premier League is no doubt the most watched, followed and worshiped football league for the people in the Men’s Association Football Club. Every yea ... Read More

Nepali Typing Workshop by DWIT NEWS

12-Apr-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam On 6th April, a special training session on Nepali Typing was conducted by DWIT News Club. A total of 23 students from different batches attended the training. Trainer ... Read More

मन विद्रोह

12-Apr-2016

By:सागर गिरी

सोच्दै छु त्रिपालमुनि बसिकन, खै के पायो दैवले लग्यो सारा परिवार सम्पत्ति, ल ... Read More

झेल भयो

12-Apr-2016

By:तक्दिर बर्तौला

भावनाको मिलन हैन हारजितको खेल भयो । तिम्ले जित्यौ पिरतीमा भन्दिन म झेल भयो ... Read More

तिमी अनि तिम्रो प्रेम

12-Apr-2016

By:तक्दिर बर्तौला

रस चुस्दा फुललाई दुख्ला भमराले सोच्ने भए। घमण्डले फूलले पनि काडाले झैँ घोच ... Read More

How Big is YouTube?

12-Apr-2016

By:Rojan Maharjan

Picture Courtesy: Rojan Maharjan When someone asks you to name the biggest websites, what pops into your head? Google? Facebook? Twitter? YouTube? Well, YouTube is one of the most common answers to t ... Read More

The Basleshwori Jatra

11-Apr-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Thapa Every year, the Basleshwori jatra is held in the Jayabageshwori area. The jatra was successfully conducted this year, by the joint effort of the Newar communities from N ... Read More

Warm Bodies: Movie Review

11-Apr-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Sweekriti Gautam “Warm Bodies” is a zombie themed comedy romance. It is directed by Jonathan Lewin staring Nivholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Joph Malkovich and Analegin Tipton. Nich ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

11-Apr-2016

By:Anupam Kunwar

Mesmerizing view: Barcelona, Spain Read More

Life As A Prisoner

11-Apr-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

I am a prisoner, I am a prisoner Surrounded by bars, like a caged animal, The joy of my life, being so much nominal. All I get is dishonor and disgrace, Feeling ashamed to even expose my f ... Read More

Tesla Unveils Model 3

10-Apr-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Photo Courtesy: http://cdn.slashgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/tesla-model-3-25-1280x720-1-980x420.jpg On March 31, 2016, Tesla unveiled their long-anticipated Model 3. In an event in Tesla’s ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

06-Apr-2016

By:Dipal Malla

I am realizing how far I've traveled in my life and how fast my hair is growing grey. Read More

Vipassana: A Must Have Experience

04-Apr-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: aravindhhealthcentre.org Imagine yourself in a secluded place for ten straight days - cut off from the world, cut off from the luxuries of modern life. And, from morning to night, a ... Read More

Importance of Health

04-Apr-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Health determines the prosperity of a person or a nation. Without good health, no one can imagine happy and wealthy life. If we are physically, mentally and socially fit, then only we are said to be a ... Read More

West Indies: The T20 Champions 2016

04-Apr-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Photo Courtesy: googleimages.com T20 World Cup 2016 organized in India is now over and West Indies, one of the most deserving teams have emerged victorious. On April 3rd, 2016 West Indies created hi ... Read More

The Story Of Reducing Weight

04-Apr-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Photo Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana Wouldn’t it be annoying if someone said to you, “Look how fat you have become?” It gets more irritating when you try to ignore what people say about you but real ... Read More

A Reason to Live

04-Apr-2016

By:Alisha Pathak

With scattered things and dirt everywhere, messy was too soft a word to describe the room of Roy. Roy came to London from his town with an aim of becoming a writer. But his writing career didn’t eve ... Read More

In-School Art Workshop 1.0 Successfully Conducted

04-Apr-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: Ruby Shrestha  Every human being has an artist hidden inside him/her. The art of drawing is acquired during birth by humans like the art of swimming acquired by a frog. The only diff ... Read More

Prince Harry’s Visit To Nepal: Who is Next ?

04-Apr-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Photo Courtesy:  Ashmita Kunwar On March 19, 2016, the Prince of Wales, Prince Harry visited Nepal. The tour, which started as a four-day trip in the capital of Kathmandu, was later extended by six ... Read More

Information Technology in ICIMOD

04-Apr-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar The International Centre for Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) is a regional institution located in Kathmandu, Nepal. ICIMOD extensively makes use of Information ... Read More

Love Catalyst: A Book

04-Apr-2016

By:Book Club

Ashim and Rachana are very happy today. Why would they not be? They are getting married. They are perfect for each other. The credit for bringing these “made for each other” together goes to a boo ... Read More

The Martian: Literally Out of This World

03-Apr-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar A story of a man, lost in the middle of Mars and his will to survive is what “The Martian” is all about. Matt Demon as Mark Watney with Jessica Chastain, Kristen ... Read More

Dear Future Girlfriend

30-Mar-2016

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Dear Future Girlfriend, I don't know if I have already seen or met you by now. May be you are amongst those hundreds of girls I have passed by, talked to or flirted with during my lifetime. Or maybe ... Read More

Bipin Paudel Launched Money Record

29-Mar-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Photo Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Money Record is a simple android app designed to record the personal financial transactions of the user. The user can define his own categories, and record the income an ... Read More

My Solu

28-Mar-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: http://pixhder.com/homeless+children+on+the+streets When the sunlight penetrated my skin, I woke up. Once again under the same old tree, with the same old hollow life. No one to liv ... Read More

Managers Vs Leaders. What's the difference?

28-Mar-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: https://www.researchgate.net/post/What_is_the_difference_between_management_and_leadership Are all managers leaders?  Well, definitely no. According to Peter Drucker,"Leadership is ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

28-Mar-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

Hiking from Dolalghat to Palanchowck (Batch of 2017) Read More

Football: Needs Law Abiding Players

28-Mar-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: suffolkfa.com It is a well-known fact that many footballers have been linked with certain accusations and crimes. This has been happening on a regular basis for a long time now. The ... Read More

Her

28-Mar-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Today, I’m describing a person whom I’ve known so well over the years. I bet my life that no-one knows her better than I do. It was an ordinary day for her as she ... Read More

Talk Session With Jeff Gasser

28-Mar-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Sweekriti Gautam Jeff Gasser, president of Deerwalk Inc was the guest speaker of the talk session held on 25th March 2016. He shared his life experiences with the students. He highli ... Read More

Movie Review: Hachi: A Dog’s Tale

28-Mar-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: youtube.com Dogs have been recognized as human companions since the beginning of time. They have been adored and celebrated for their loyalty ever since. There are very few sights m ... Read More

My Way Or The Highway

28-Mar-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Human beings are very similar to each other in so many different ways. We all have human bodies and human minds, we all have human thoughts and human feelings. We all think alike in one way or the oth ... Read More

Book Club Theater Visit Experience

22-Mar-2016

By:Book Club

Members of The Book Club along with guest readers and winner of Book Review of the Month went to Mandala Theater to watch drama Bill Gates Pandit on March 6th, 2016. Here is an experience of some of t ... Read More

GalliGalli - A Women Led Organization

22-Mar-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

GalliGalli, a women-led organization, was founded by Surabhee Pudasaini, who is the current head of the organization. It is a not-for-profit company which gathers, packages, and disseminates informa ... Read More

Anish Dhakal Inter-CSIT Table Tennis Champion

21-Mar-2016

By:Pratyush Nepal

Picture Courtesy: Rejal Dhakal Bernhardt college organized the 4th Inter- CSIT college table tennis championship on 18th and 19th march. It was held at the national table tennis hall in Lainchaur. ... Read More

Health Benefits Of Lemon

21-Mar-2016

By:Alisha Pathak

Picture Courtesy: foodmatters.tv Lemon is a citrus food. It is yellow and green in color. It is used for culinary and non-culinary purposes all over the world. There are lots of benefits of lemon in ... Read More

Priceless Love

21-Mar-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana John was a diligent and hardworking person. Even though he was the only son of a millionaire, he never showed off. He lived a simple life. He fell in love with a gir ... Read More

Teaching Technology to My Grandmother

21-Mar-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: Sushil Awale Every day when I leave my house, one thing I never forget to carry is my cell phone. It has become an extended, detachable part of my body. I use it as much as I use my ... Read More

The Prestige: Movie Review

21-Mar-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: google.com One of the best Christopher Nolan’s presentation, the prestige was a gem of a movie depicting the life of two magicians. This movie had everything in it except prestige ... Read More

Discipline: The Utmost Necessity For A Human

21-Mar-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: www.foundationstonesinc.com There are so many things a person should have; the only thing which differs one person from another is character or behavior. Here character means a way ... Read More

India Claiming Kapilvastu : An Insane Act

21-Mar-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: Shreeya Pandey It's a shame that our own neighboring country; India, has been creating hurdles rather than co-operating and helping their neighbors. Previously, they had imposed an ... Read More

STUDENT LIFE: A LIFE FULL OF PRESSURE

21-Mar-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Students, who are termed as helmsmen of development, face many kinds of pressure throughout their life. Well, life is not easy when you are given the extra burden that you don’t deserve. From the ve ... Read More

Decisions

21-Mar-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Hi Hope you have a good day. / Hope you are having a good day. / Hope you’ve had a good day. Decision. I needed to decide which sentence to put out there. But as I couldn’t and I absolutely didn ... Read More

Fortinet vs Mikrotik

21-Mar-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Photo Courtesy: Suryaraj Timsin On March 13, the exiting router in the DWIT premises was changed for the better. This day, the new Fortinet Fortigate replaced the old Mikrotik router. Obviously, the ... Read More

Guest Speaker: Mr. Ashutosh Tiwari

21-Mar-2016

By:Sushil Awale

Picture Courtesy: DeerExpress Club On March 18, 2016, The DeerExpress Club, DWIT hosted a prominent figure in the Entrepreneurial scene of Nepal, Mr. Asustosh Tiwari. Ashutosh Tiwari is a co-founder ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

21-Mar-2016

By:Dipal Malla

The ultimate satisfaction- Sleep Read More

Saroj Dhakal: New Face In DWIT

21-Mar-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana Deerwalk Institute of Technology recently welcomed a new Associate Director in Research and Development unit, Mr. Saroj Dhakal. The Research and Development work had ... Read More

Message To The Broken Hearts

16-Mar-2016

By:Rojina Shrestha

To all the people whose hearts are broken, and to all those sad creatures that are sad for not finding the person of their life. YOU ARE AMAZING!!! First of all, do you all know what love is? The th ... Read More

FEATURED PHOTOS: DEERUTSAV 2.0 AND GRADUATION

15-Mar-2016

By:Nikita Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Dipal Malla and Ayush Manandhar Deerwalk Institute Of Technology successfully organized DEERUTSAV 2.0 and also waved goodbye to their first ever graduating batch i.e. Batch of 2 ... Read More

What Was the Best Performance of Deer Utsav-2.0?

15-Mar-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Deer Utsav-2.0 was conducted in the college premises for the very first time on Sunday 13th March, 2016. Many of the students were not satisfied with this decision of the administration. However, the ... Read More

All Hands Meeting

14-Mar-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: Nikita Gautam On March 11th, 2016 the All Hands Meeting was conducted, the Campus Chief of  DWIT, Rudra Pandey, addressed the students of 4 batches 2016-2019. The agenda of the meeti ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

14-Mar-2016

By:Pemma Ghising

DeerUtsav 2.0  Invitation Read More

ICC World Cup T20 2016

14-Mar-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: icct20worldcup2016schedule.com After the interval of 2 years the most awaited cricket tournament has finally arrived. The ICC T20 World Cup is going to be held in India from 8th o ... Read More

DEERUTSAV 1.0 VS 2.0

14-Mar-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: Dipal Malla DeerUtsav 2.0 ended yesterday with lots of dancing, smiles and fun. The event which was held on March 13, 2016 spread the happy feelings of togetherness as well as the t ... Read More

Class of 2015 Internship Report Presentation

14-Mar-2016

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo Courtesy: Samjhana Pokharel  The Class of 2015 from DWIT presented their Internship Report to an evaluator from Tribhuwan Unversity, Mr Jagdesh Bhatta on 10th March 2016 presented. They pres ... Read More

UFC-McGregor-Vs-Diaz

14-Mar-2016

By:admin

Picture Courtesy: www.beyondhe.com.au It was the battle of the beasts. Undisputed champion Connor McGregor was to face Nate Diaz on March 5, 2016 at the UFC 196 inside MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The sta ... Read More

Dreams: A Nepali Movie that Lead the Market

14-Mar-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Directed by the well-known personality in the Nepali film industry, Bhuwan KC, "Dreams" hit the Nepalese theaters on 4th March 2016. So far, the movie has received mixed reviews on social media. There ... Read More

No Wonder

14-Mar-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

I was thinking a lot about what to write this week and kept on thinking, "What is creativity?”, “How do I write a creative writing?” And I searched for quite a while on the topic. However, I sti ... Read More

First DWIT Alumni Committee Formed

10-Mar-2016

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: Sumit Shrestha To maintain a long-term relationship and to achieve more in coming days even after the students get parted from DWIT, the DWIT alumni committee has been formed. This ... Read More

The Mysterious Mask

08-Mar-2016

By:Pratyush Nepal

I saw a girl in a dim lighted street, in a dark dull evening. Charmed by her grace and the way she looked, I fell in love with her instantly. I followed her in order for an approach. I had taken only ... Read More

Grand Celebration of Shivaratri

08-Mar-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: http://kathmandupost.ekantipur.com/news/2016-03-06/11-m-visitors-5000-sadhus-expected-to-visit-pashupati-this-shivaratri.html Shivaratri is the festival of Shiva. This year it is cel ... Read More

Justin Trudeau: The Change We Need

08-Mar-2016

By:Rojan Maharjan

Justin Trudeau is the current prime minister of Canada. He is the second youngest Canadian Prime Minister after Joe Clark. He is also the son of former Canadian prime minister Pierre Trudeau.  He was ... Read More

Future Of Gaming

08-Mar-2016

By:Suraj Prasai

Picture Courtesy: www.zimbio.com The future of gaming seems brighter with the new developments and investments in the field of augmented and virtual reality. Virtual reality is an artificial environm ... Read More

Selfie Craze Can Be Dangerous

08-Mar-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: thesun.co.uk One of the most trending thing in our daily lives is taking selfies. Selfies are taken using a digital camera or a camera phone held on the hand or a selfie stick. Posi ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

08-Mar-2016

By:Dipal Malla

Find happiness in what you have right now Read More

Two days Hiking to Chitlang: Experience

07-Mar-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Adventure, friends and fun if mixed together forms the best product called happiness. Following the same theme “Happiness” a two day hiking was conducted on 27th February, 2016. Collecting 15 peop ... Read More

Taxi Driver: Movie for The Week End

07-Mar-2016

By:Pratyush Nepal

Photo Courtesy: http://aworldoffilm.com/2013/12/16/taxi-driver-martin-scorsese-1976/ So a couple of weeks back, I saw a movie starring Robert de Niro, “Taxi Driver”. This Martin Scorsese-directe ... Read More

Book Review Of The Month: PhirPhire

07-Mar-2016

By:Sagar Giri

Since, I am Nepali novel reader, “PhirPhire” was the most awaited novel for me. When the writer announced the release date of this book, I was really excited wanted to buy the book once it was ava ... Read More

Zika Virus: Stay Alert

07-Mar-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: http://wgntv.com/2016/01/31/zika-virus-spreading-explosively/  Zika virus was discovered in 1947 and it got its name after the Zika forest. Since 1952, outbreaks of Zika have been re ... Read More

Education System of Nepal From Past to Present

04-Mar-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: publishyourarticles.net Everyone knows that education is the backbone of a nation. Education gives systematic knowledge to the individuals and helps to sharpen their ability. Nepal ... Read More

Talk With Mentors About Training Classes

04-Mar-2016

By:Rojan Maharjan

Picture Courtesy: www.langdonseah.com “DWIT is different”, is what every student hears from the moment they attend the open house sessions, or the first time they enter the college premises. How ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

03-Mar-2016

By:Dipal Malla

Young Nepali girl in traditional outfit. Read More

Leakage of Personal Data by Baidu Apps

03-Mar-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: www.mobileworldlive.com Due to the advancement in science and technology and also the evolution of the internet and its impact on humans, life is getting benefited in many ways. But ... Read More

Black Days for Nepali Aviation; 2 Crashes in 3 Days

03-Mar-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: thehimalayantimes.com Nepal is a country with diverse geography: we have plain Terai, valleys, and high Mountains. The majority of Nepal has mountainous regions which can only be ac ... Read More

Best Time I Ever Had

03-Mar-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: www.smarttalent.net Like many teenagers, I occasionally get a bout of insomnia. This particular night, though, I couldn't fall asleep. I unlocked my phone. It was 2 a.m. and my batt ... Read More

Listening to songs

03-Mar-2016

By:Suraj Regmi

Picture Courtesy: playbuzz.com One of the facts about our mind is that everything we hear or see programs it. A child who was constantly being called dumb will grow up thinking he really is dumb. A p ... Read More

Summer On Its Way

03-Mar-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: clipartion.com No more chilly mornings or the fog. You can now see the sun shine bright from early mornings. Well, it is a sign that the summer is on its way. Summer revives the los ... Read More

The Unnamed Love

03-Mar-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Photo Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana It was a cold winter night and I could see nothing but dark sky through my window. I felt my wet pillow beneath my cheek as I turned away from the window. I was forcin ... Read More

Life Offer Volatile Expectations

29-Feb-2016

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

This four letter word has got me confused What does this mean? Why do I feel this way? I hear people talk about what it means But I just can’t figure it out   I see many poems ... Read More

Book Club Completes “The Grand Design”.

29-Feb-2016

By:Book Club

The Book Club has completed its final discussion session on the book “The Grand Design”. All the discussion sessions on the book were about why does the universe behave in the way it does. Few Boo ... Read More

India : A Real-life Bully

29-Feb-2016

By:Abhusan Gautam

“When your neighbor’s house is on fire, you should help with a bucket of water”. This universally accepted phrase applies to everyone, except for our Neighboring country India. They’re just th ... Read More

VIP CREW Creates Platform in DWIT

22-Feb-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Photo Courtesy: Iris Raj Pokharel VIP (Vaxo, Iris, Pyare) crew has created a new platform for entertainment in Deerwalk Institute of Technology. This crew of three members has been working on creatin ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

22-Feb-2016

By:Sudeep Shrestha

This picture is the winner of ART Competition organized by DWIT News Read More

Kill Some to Save Many

22-Feb-2016

By:Dipesh Poudel

Look at her, she looks so beautiful and innocent. Her beauty and innocence will not matter anymore because I am going to kill her. As I sing mi blade across her throat I can see all the things that sh ... Read More

Having Time

22-Feb-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

We all know that time flows at a constant rate. One second, two second, three second, four second, five second. There. 1/12th of a minute is gone. For some people, that five seconds couldn’t have p ... Read More

Violence Against Women

22-Feb-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) proclaimed that “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Everyone is entitled to all rights and freedom set forth in this declara ... Read More

Rush Of Maintenance In Deerwalk

22-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar Should we have to wait for some special occasion or some special guest to visit our premises in order to make it look beautiful, clean and well managed? I guess not. If ... Read More

Violence Against Women In Nepal

22-Feb-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Nisha Dhungana Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) proclaimed that “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. Everyone is entitled to all rights and f ... Read More

First Research Orientation Class In DWIT

22-Feb-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar On February 18, Deerexpress club and Software club of DWIT organized a research orientation program among the chosen  interested students . The program was led by Assi ... Read More

The Race Of Life

22-Feb-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

One of the most essential part of life of any human in this universe is to face different challenges and overcome obstacles Everyone are the players controlling their own lives. Whatever time you got ... Read More

Smile the Way They Do

22-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: Shankar Koirala  These are the photos that were captured by Shankar Koirala, a first batch student from DWIT, while trekking to Lamjung district. My lips got widened seeing those d ... Read More

After A Leg Break

22-Feb-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: Mahan Adhikari Accidents can happen anywhere & anytime. Accidents might be the only thing that you’ll have to face no matter how much careful you really are. Leg break is one ... Read More

Durbar Bahiraki Maharani

22-Feb-2016

By:Dipesh Poudel

Durbar Bahiraki Maharani is Nepali Novel written by Nagendra Neupane. Durbar Bahiraki Maharani is Novel which about the late King Mahendra Bir Bikram Shah and Gita who worked in Palace when Mahendra ... Read More

Valentine's Day- Video Review

22-Feb-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam When the word valentine is mentioned we think about cards, roses and romance. But is that all there is to it? Valentine’s had a bitter story of the Roman priest Mart ... Read More

Gufa: A Newari Tradition

21-Feb-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Photo Courtesy: Rojina Shrestha, Sharun Sangat Newari people are known for their rich culture, variant traditions, great food and good heart. No matter how old or young they become, they still follow ... Read More

Electric Cremation: New Initiative With Positive Effects

20-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Thapa The Pashupati Area Development Trust (PADT) officially began the use of an electric crematorium at Pingalasthan in Kathmandu from January 24, 2016. The facility was inau ... Read More

Poverty: A Problem Never Solved!

15-Feb-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Picture Courtesy: economicstudents.com Poverty, a word that none in the life want to hear or bear. Living in Nepal most of the citizen here are favorable with this term. A problem that every upper go ... Read More

First Picnic of DWIT to Godawari

15-Feb-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Photo Courtesy: Media Club February 13, 2016 when the atmosphere was filled with the fragrance of love, students of DWIT enjoyed the love they share in the first ever Picnic event conducted by DWIT. ... Read More

Power Of Imagination

15-Feb-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Picture Courtesy: sciculture.co.uk “Logic will get you from A to Z. Imagination will get you everywhere.” – Albert Einstein As of now, there are about 8.7 million different species of living b ... Read More

Deadpool Movie Review

15-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: foxmovies.com Let me start off by saying that I’m not a big movie fanatic. I watch a lot of TV shows but not a lot of movies. Especially the “Superhero” movies by Marvel or DC ... Read More

Parents

15-Feb-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: www.kaiserlawkc.com When the words parents occur we visualize our father and mother. Parents take care of their children till they are well educated and settled.Parents are the ones ... Read More

Dream Inside a Dream

15-Feb-2016

By:Shila Parajuli

She didn’t know whether her decision was right or wrong. “But who cares? Do what your heart says, and all will be well.” She thought to herself. She couldn’t live with her parents anymore, so ... Read More

Hari Bansha Acharya - Sharing His Thoughts With Us

15-Feb-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: DeerExpress Club “Human progress is neither automatic, nor inevitable. Every step towards the goal of justice requires sacrifice, suffering, and struggle; the tireless exertions a ... Read More

Routine of Nepal Bandha

15-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: Routine of Nepal Bandha “Routine of Nepal Bandha” is one of the most popular Facebook page with a high number of followers. This page is handled by a group of youths consisting of ... Read More

Smoking Is Bad For Health

15-Feb-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: telegraph.co.uk Smoking is the practice in which a substance is burned and smoke is tasted and absorbed into the bloodstream. Most commonly used substance is dry leaves of tobacco ... Read More

Gravitational Waves

14-Feb-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Almost a hundred years after Albert Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves, scientists have finally spotted it on February 1, 2016. A faint rising tone was the first direct evidence o ... Read More

Book Review: Animal Farm –George Orwell

14-Feb-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

(Following review has been selected as best review of the month by Book Club, DWIT) The book looked innocent enough. It was red in color with the title and the author’s name written in capital le ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

14-Feb-2016

By:admin

Lost in the clouds- Ayush Manandhar Read More

Pashupati Prasad: REVIEW

11-Feb-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Image source: http://www.bisalchautari.com/khagendra-lamichhane-pashupati-prasad-nepali-movies/ Pashupatinath temple, which is considered a major temple of Hindus, comprises many stories in and a ... Read More

The Tenacious : Third place in Human rights Appathon

11-Feb-2016

By:Rojan Maharjan

Photo Courtesy: Nischal Aryal Four students from DWIT batch of 2018 participated in the Human rights Appathon organized by Microsoft Innovation Centre, NHRC and UNDP. The event was held for 3 days, f ... Read More

Former Prime Minister Sushil Koirala Passed Away

09-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar Former Prime Minister and President of Nepali Congress Sushil Koirala died early in the Tuesday morning, at around 12:50 am. Koirala was suffering from Chronic Obstruct ... Read More

Can Leicester City make history?

08-Feb-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Picture Courtesy: thecomeback.com If you’re an avid premier league enthusiast like me, you’d know that if you go back to the 2014/15 season exactly a year back on Sunday, February 8th, Leicester ... Read More

Benifits of Drinking Water

08-Feb-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: www.wwfnepal.org Water is an important factor which gives life to earth. It is an abundant liquid which covers 71.4% of earth's surface. The human body is made up of 60-75 % of wat ... Read More

Get To Know- Samjhana Pokhrel

08-Feb-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Picture Courtesy: DWIT Admin “You must pre-live the future, not re-live the past and savor the moment.” Can you briefly tell us about yourself? I am Samjhana Pokhrel currently residing at Mal ... Read More

THE HYPERLOOP

08-Feb-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: Slideshare.net The 21st century, regarded as the age of science and technology, has had unbelievable progress in the field of computing. Information is shared on a global scale due ... Read More

Valentines Vibe In the Air

08-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: http://qnique.in/2015/01/26/happy-valentines-week-days-date-meaning/ Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. The stores/shops are all filled with heart shaped red candies or ch ... Read More

Hike from Sankhu to Nagarkot

08-Feb-2016

By:Hiking Club

Picture Courtesy: Dipal Malla On 31st of January, DWIT hiking club organized a hiking event from Sankhu to Nagarkot. For the first time ever, the hiking club organized a hike for a single batch (Ba ... Read More

The Deerwalker Club Releases Volume III of The Deerwalker Magazine

08-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

The third volume of The Deerwalker magazine was released on April 7th, 2014. The magazine contains various categories of articles. There are creative writings, reviews, information about different IT ... Read More

DWITians play their first outdoor Football Match

08-Feb-2016

By:Sushant Gurung

On April 6 2014, students gathered at Three Star Club’s Ground in Lagankhel to play the first outdoor football event of DWIT. Previously, the students had visited the Futsal Arena at Boudha to pl ... Read More

Neighborhood Survey Ends

08-Feb-2016

By:Nikita Gautam

The Social Service Club of DWIT completed its last session of the neighborhood survey on April 12, 2014. This survey was aimed to scratch the problems of the neighborhood and to provide them necessary ... Read More

Session II of DeerExpress Season IV Held

08-Feb-2016

By:Sandesh Sharma

On 9th May, 2014, the extempore session of DeerExpress was held. The DeerTalk Club of DWIT organizes Deer Express sessions every week with the motive to make the students confident and fluent while ... Read More

Session III of Deertalk Season V Conducted

08-Feb-2016

By:Asmita Subedi

Session III of Deertalk Season V was held on 13th June, 2014. This was a debate on the topic of ‘Should smoking be banned?’ The judges were Prabina Neupane, Ronit Pradhan, Bimal Gaire and Prati ... Read More

Deerwalk Students and Employees Hike for Education

08-Feb-2016

By:Pratibh Acharya

On 11th May 2014, 10 students from DWIT along with 3 employees from Deerwalk Services went on a HIFE (Hiking for Education). The hike was organized by Deerwalk Social Welfare Network in collaboration ... Read More

The Book Club begins reading "The World is Flat"

08-Feb-2016

By:Barsha Dahal

After the completion of the book “Nothing To Declare” by Rabi Thapa, members of The Book Club have started reading the international best-seller “The World Is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty ... Read More

Movie Club Screens 'Insidious'

08-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Kunwar

On May 23, the Documentary/Movie Club screened horror movie 'Insidious' in the Nupse Hall of DWIT. This club put on movie and documentary shows on a weekly basis. This week 24 students attended th ... Read More

Deerwalkers Hike to Manakamana

08-Feb-2016

By:Ruby Shrestha

On 22nd June, 2014, the Hiking Club of DWIT organized hike to Manakamana Temple, situated around 12 km south of the Gorkha town of Nepal. There were a total of 34 students from Batch 2017 participatin ... Read More

Movie Club Screens 'Non Stop'

08-Feb-2016

By:Nikita Gautam

On June 6, the Documentary/Movie Club screened the movie ‘Non Stop’ in the Nupse Hall of DWIT. The club screens movies and documentary shows on a weekly basis. This week, 23 students attended ... Read More

Sports Club Conducted Chess Tournament

08-Feb-2016

By:Sneha Parajuli

After the start of the second semester of batch 2017, DWIT sports club organized the long awaited chess competition, from 17th June 2014 to 25th June 2014. The competition started from 5:10 pm sharp i ... Read More

Movie Club Screens ‘Insidious: Chapter 2’

08-Feb-2016

By:Asmita Subedi

On July 5th 2014, fulfilling one of the fortnightly practices followed at DWIT, the Documentary and Movie Club screened ‘Insidious: Chapter 2’. The movie started at 5.10 pm in the Nupse Hall an ... Read More

Movie Club Screens 'Good Will Hunting'

08-Feb-2016

By:Bidish Acharya

On 29th August 2014, Movie Club screened a wonderful and inspiring movie, ‘Good Will Hunting’ which was really intriguing to the audience throughout. The movie started at 5:15 and ended at 7:32 ... Read More

Deerthon Enthralls DWIT Coders

08-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

The Software Club, whose main work is to carry out different software related programs, is one of the most active clubs at DWIT. It is recently doing some of the activities like Deercoders and Deertho ... Read More

DWIT Club Meetings

08-Feb-2016

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

On 19th November 2014, all the newly formed clubs of DWIT had a meeting for the first time with all four batches of students present. There was a glow in the faces of the new presidents and new member ... Read More

Rules Shattered

08-Feb-2016

By:Asmita Bista

 DWIT is different. There are many things done differently here.  The new trend of 6 out of 5 has started. Yes, it started from this past Friday. On 5th December, we had the presentation session of ... Read More

Social Service Club Organizes a Survey

08-Feb-2016

By:Shreya Acharya

In the wee hours of Wednesday, 2nd August,2014 our country faced one of the most catastrophic natural calamities that claimed hundreds of life along with damage to properties and infrastructure. The ... Read More

The Social Service Club at DWIT Organizes College Cleaning Program

08-Feb-2016

By:Aasha Poudel

Photo Courtesy: DWIT Social Service Club With the motive of making DWIT (Deerwalk Institute of Technology) “a plastic free zone”, the Social Service Club at DWIT conducted the “DWIT Cleaning ... Read More

The Hiking Club Conducts Two Days Hike for the First Time in DWIT

08-Feb-2016

By:Abhishek Khatiwada

Photo Courtesy: Abhishek Khatiwada The ‘One Day Hike’, which was scheduled on 18th January, 2015, was postponed to some later date in order to organize the long awaited ‘Two Days Hike’ for ... Read More

Chautari Session-VII Successfully Completes

08-Feb-2016

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo Courtesy: The Deer-Chautari Club DeerChautari club operates within DWIT. The purpose of this club is to help the participants to get answers of the questions that they have but never bothered ... Read More

Donate Your Blood for a Reason, Let the Reason be Life

08-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Blood donation is certainly a selfless service to humankind. A needy is helped and a life is saved by every pint of blood you donate. Transfusion of blood every year saves millions of life all over t ... Read More

DWIT Hiking Club Organizes Cycling

08-Feb-2016

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo Courtesy: The Hiking Club On 21st Feburary 2015, DWIT Hiking club organized a first ever cycling event in the history of DWIT.  13 students of DWIT went for the cycling, which was led by Ro ... Read More

The Social Service Club Organizes DWIT’s Very First Campfire

08-Feb-2016

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo Courtesy: Anmol Shrestha Entire Nepal was celebrating Shivaratri by worshipping lord Shiva and smoking weed. But DWIT had made different plans for its students. The Social Service Club at DWI ... Read More

Music Club To Be Organizing the First Unplugged Session

08-Feb-2016

By:Shrijak Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: Bardan Gurung The DWIT Music Club is organizing the first Unplugged Session this coming Thursday, 26th March 2015. They've named the session "Raw Rhythms". It will be an event fo ... Read More

DWIT Social Service Club Organizes a Regalement Program

08-Feb-2016

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo:  Childreen enjoying the program Photo Courtesy: Utkrista K.C On May 29, 2015, the Social Service Club in co-ordination with the Kamalpokhari Youth Club had organized a refreshment program in ... Read More

Siphal Ground, A Neighboring Ground of DWIT, Well Serves the Local Sport Enthusiasts

08-Feb-2016

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo Courtesy: Kundan Shumsher Rana From the very beginning of settlement time, the craze and love for sports has been deeply rooted among the people of Kathmandu valley. Be it the ground of Tundi ... Read More

The Fantasy of Fantasy in DWIT

08-Feb-2016

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo Courtesy: http://oldtraffordfaithful.com/ The world’s biggest football league, Barclay's premier league provides extraordinary joy and world class feeling to every football fans in the wo ... Read More

The Gaming Community : Part II

08-Feb-2016

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo: The DWIT E-Gaming Community                          Photo Courtesy: Abhusan Gautam [To read the part I of the story, Click here : http://dwitnews.com/history-gaming-group/ ] ... Read More

Sports Club to Hold Basketball Training

08-Feb-2016

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo Courtesy: Sumit Shrestha ‘The Sports Club’ is soon going to organize basketball trainings for the students of DWIT. The main purpose of the training is to provide basketball skills, techniq ... Read More

Media Club Comes Up with a New Initiative

08-Feb-2016

By:Shila Parajuli

Art By: Nikita Gautam Media Club, one of the many student clubs at DWIT, creates a news bulletin that is produced currently once a month. Now, with motivation to make its operation more active, it ha ... Read More

Blurry Vision- A part from a diary

07-Feb-2016

By:Utkrista K.C.

The world I used to visualize around was normal till I started feeling the stairs going downwards, I started getting some uneasiness with something that I should be holding up with my nose and that wa ... Read More

Birgunj- Raxaul Border Opens After 135 Days  

07-Feb-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy: sojho.com Birgunj is the main entry point to Nepal for Indian tourists especially coming from Calcutta and Patna. Birgunj which is about 210 km away from Kathmandu is also an import ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

06-Feb-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

Purity in their smile :) Read More

Anil Thapa: A New Face In Kollywood.

05-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: Raman Maharjan Anil Thapa, a new face in the field of film direction in Nepal has recently directed a movie named “Ko Afno”. He has completed his education in Business Marketing a ... Read More

CCMS: First Step in The Learning Curve

05-Feb-2016

By:Nikita Gautam

CCMS, Check In Check Out Management System is an exemplar of what DWIT really does.  It was built by a group of eight students from the batch of 2015. The principal objective of building this appli ... Read More

DWIT School Site: An analysis

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

Introduced to the college more than 14 months ago, school.dwit.edu.np is DWIT's official online college course site. The site has been labelled as "The School Site" by the members of the college. The ... Read More

Technology Series: Makalu

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

Deerwalk Services is one of the leading software companies in Nepal which is run in collaboration with Deerwalk Inc. USA. The main aim of this company is to build software products related to health a ... Read More

Technology Series: Deerwalk Canteen Management System

05-Feb-2016

By:Nikita Gautam

Developments in technology are intended for convenient and easy functioning of different projects. Deerwalk Canteen Management System (DCMS) is an achievement that has made canteen management much mor ... Read More

Technology Series: DWIT News Website

05-Feb-2016

By:Sushant Gurung

DWIT News is the news site run by a group of students of Deerwalk Institute of Technology. On the website, the news on different categories are uploaded by the students. The students are assigned to t ... Read More

Overview of Technologies at DWIT

05-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Kunwar

DWIT is not only an institute that teaches us and confines teaching and learning in a theory class, but is unique since it believes in practical approach to learning. It is the best platform for stude ... Read More

Technology Series: The IT Club

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

There are different clubs such as the DWIT News Club, Media Club, and Sports Club etc. in DWIT. These clubs are maintained and run by the students in collaboration with the administration. These clubs ... Read More

Virtualization Using VMware Workstation

05-Feb-2016

By:Asmita Subedi

Virtualization, in computing, refers to the act of creating a virtual version of computer which requires the division of resources, such as, a server, CPU, memory, network resources or storage device. ... Read More

DWIT : A True Technology College

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

DWIT is one of the most reputed BSc. CSIT colleges in Nepal. As per the survey conducted by the Everest Club, it is the number one BSc. CSIT college in Nepal. In a very short period, it has been able ... Read More

MEROHOSTEL: The ONLY Online Hostel Portal in Nepal

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: Ashim Regmi Merohostel.com, as the name suggests, is a website built to provide information about hostels in Nepal. Bidish Acharya had this idea and started this project alone two y ... Read More

ISP: Choose Yourself

05-Feb-2016

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: http://ktm2day.com/ Facebook, Google, YouTube and Internet Surfing, Nepalese people do it all now. The value of Internet in our country is more than we realize. Our country might b ... Read More

SCRATCH: A User-friendly Tool for Programming Beginners

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News Harvard CS50 course is in progress at DWIT. As the first week of course has ended, Scratch has come in highlight nowadays among the students of DWIT.  Some of the student ... Read More

First Semester B.Sc.CSIT Students Build a Useful Web Portal

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: http://www.bestinktm.com/ Nischal Aryal and Dipesh Bhandari, first semester students studying B. Sc. CSIT at DWIT, have built a website named BestInKTM.com. These students who h ... Read More

Deerwalk Software Engineers Review Netmax and Other ISP’s in Nepal

05-Feb-2016

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: http://www.gulmiresunga.com/ Deerwalk Services (DWS) is the second biggest software company in Nepal in terms of number of employees according to the latest survey done by the Everest ... Read More

Students of DWIT Showcase Their Talent on Open Data Day

05-Feb-2016

By:Amun Kharel

Photo: DWIT Participants of Open Data Day                         Photo Courtesy: Kundan S. Rana Open Data Day, is a big day for people around the country gathered to write application ... Read More

An Interview With Ashim Regmi about "The DWIT Personal Profiler"

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

DWIT College is focusing on building different products for the college. Those products will be led by the students themselves. The college is also trying to encourage students by telling them to buil ... Read More

Details Behind Doko Site Getting Hacked

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

Screenshot by: DWIT News Last week, doko.dwit.edu.np, a web forum of DWIT was shut down and was under maintenance for nearly a week. The site was hacked by a group of hackers from Brazil who call the ... Read More

The Shark: A Short Animation by DWIT Student

05-Feb-2016

By:admin

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News Computer Animation is gaining a lot of hype at present due to the emergence and development of technologies which weren’t available in the past. A lot of people are inte ... Read More

Class of 2016 start free online courses on Python and Javascript

05-Feb-2016

By:Bidish Acharya

Director of Academic affairs, Hitesh Karki asked the class of 2016 to get started with the online courses on Codecademy. Students of section B - Batch 2016 were asked to start “Python” course, ... Read More

Six more add up to the Internship list

05-Feb-2016

By:Bidish Acharya

On 5th April 2014, Friday, 6 more students from DWIT were rewarded an internship in the Deerwalk Services (DWS). A couple of months ago, DWIT had organized workshops in different languages. Based o ... Read More

JAVA Classes being held at DWIT

05-Feb-2016

By:Shreha Regmi

DWIT is conducting extra classes related to programming for outsiders. In addition to the extra classes that are provided to the DWIT students, DWIT regularly conducts classes and workshops for studen ... Read More

Mid-Term of Batches of 2015 and 2016 completed; Batch of 2017 eye the Board Exam

05-Feb-2016

By:Asmita Subedi

It has been a busy time for the students at DWIT. As the pre-board examination came to an end, the students from the first batch seemed daunted by the fact that they are going to appear for their firs ... Read More

First Semester Students Take Board Exams

05-Feb-2016

By:Nikita Gautam

The Board Examination for students of Batch of 2017 started from 6th May 2014. 47 regular students from Batch of 2017, 18 from Batch of 2016 and 2 from Batch of 2015 are appearing for the board exam c ... Read More

Written Board Examinations of the First Semester Students End and Practical Examinations Commence

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

“It seems like yesterday that we entered DWIT, but time passes by so fast that it has already been six months and the end of our first semester”, said Mohan Singh Bomrel, a student of Batch 2017 w ... Read More

Term Paper Presentation and Practical Examinations on the Same Week

05-Feb-2016

By:Barsha Dahal

“We finished both practical exams and term paper presentation on the same week,” said one of the students from batch 2017 happily. After the completion of their board examinations, the practical e ... Read More

DWIT Conducts Presentation Sessions

05-Feb-2016

By:Shreha Regmi

3rd and 4th of July were allocated as presentation days by the college. On these two days, the students of Batch 015 and 016 gave presentations on the application they had already built and the applic ... Read More

The Chairman Conducts Life Skills Training

05-Feb-2016

By:Sneha Parajuli

College Chairman, Rudra Pandey, took life skills training for batches 2015, 2016 and 2018 on November 6, 2014. The college had scheduled similar session for Batch 2017 on November 7, 2014. However, th ... Read More

The Power Workshop – Session II

05-Feb-2016

By:Sabin Pathak

DWIT is a place which is full of opportunities. It is a place where many extra activities, which are useful to students, are conducted. Recently, DWIT has started an intensive Information Technology ... Read More

Library Responsibility Handed to Students

05-Feb-2016

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

From the time I joined DWIT, I have been hearing our chief academic director, Hitesh Karki, mention “DWIT is different” in a majority of his speeches. I always used to think from what perspective ... Read More

Challenge Accepted and Accomplished!

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

Deerwalk Institute of Technology is growing fast. It is clearly visible how it has progressed since its establishment in the year of 2010. It has been able to burgeon in this small interval of time du ... Read More

The Official Outdoor CR Meeting Gets Conducted for College Betterment

05-Feb-2016

By:Nikita Gautam

On 31st December 2014, the official outdoor CR meeting was held.  Class representatives from all the batches, namely, 2018 (Anushka Maharjan and Osheen Shrestha), 2017 (Mohan Singh Bomrel and Nikita ... Read More

DWIT Invites Parents

05-Feb-2016

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo Courtesy: DWIT Administration On 9th January, 2015, DWIT conducted The Parents Meeting, an annual event where all the parents and guardians of students are invited. The invitation was sen ... Read More

The Software Club Conducts 'Up and Running With Wordpress'

05-Feb-2016

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo Courtesy: The Media Club Deerwalk Institute of Technology has always been a trend setter. DWIT has done many wonderful things that are worth taking note of. There are many clubs in DWIT and a ... Read More

Third Semester Students Present Their Application Ideas

05-Feb-2016

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo Courtesy: The Media Club Collage By: Ankit Pradhan DWIT has made a tradition to assign students to prepare term papers every semester. The students, currently in their third semester, were g ... Read More

Deerwalk Organizes Blood Donation Program

05-Feb-2016

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: Anushka Maharjan On 13th February, blood donation program was organized by the DWIT Social Service Club and Corporate Activity Club (CAC) of Deerwalk Services in collaboration with t ... Read More

DeerUtsav 1.0 Successfully Held

05-Feb-2016

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo Courtesy: Suryaraj Timsina 19th February, 2015, was a day that will always be remembered at DWIT. It was a memorable and a historical day.  On that day, the most awaited event, the annual fest ... Read More

Internet Problem Hit DWITians!

05-Feb-2016

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo: Slow Internet                                                    Photo Courtesy: https://media.licdn.com Internet has become a part of our life in this modern world ... Read More

Co-Editors-in-Chief from DWIT News Visit Nagarik News

05-Feb-2016

By:Ruby Shrestha

The co-editors-in-chief from DWIT News visited the head office of one of the most reputed national dailies, Nagarik News on 22nd February, 2015. The purpose of their visit was to understand the workin ... Read More

Amy Greene and Scott Macewen Talk with DWIT Students

05-Feb-2016

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo: Scott Macewen sharing his experience                 Photo Courtesy: Anushka Maharjan On March 6, 2015 Amy Greene and Scott MacEwen shared their experiences with the DWIT students. I ... Read More

DWITians Enjoy The Color Fiesta

05-Feb-2016

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo: DWIT students after a wonderful Holi at college           Photo Courtesy: Menosh Appl On 5th March 2015, DWIT organized its first ever Color Fiesta a.k.a DWIT Holi. It was an event to c ... Read More

DWIT Chairman, Rudra Pandey, Gives Motivational Speech to the Students

05-Feb-2016

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo: Rudra Pandey sharing his views with the students Photo Courtesy: The Media Club The All-Hands Meeting of DWIT was held on 9th March, 2015. It was conducted in Lhotse hall of DWIT premises and ... Read More

"Give It To The Society", Says Pushkar Shrestha

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo: Pushkar Shrestha interacting with the students Photo Courtesy: Anushka Maharjan DWIT has always been different from other colleges and believes in being innovative in every field to make stud ... Read More

Sekhar Basnet Shares His Internet Journey

05-Feb-2016

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo: Sekhar Basnet talking to the DWIT students Photo Courtesy: DeerExpress Club This week DWIT had invited a guest from DWS, Mr. Shekhar Basnet, who had recently joined DWS. He had spent his pa ... Read More

DWIT Administration Holds the All Hands Meeting

05-Feb-2016

By:Shila Parajuli

 Photo Courtesy: DWIT  Media Club On March 25th, Wednesday, the All Hands Meeting was conducted at DWIT. The purpose of the meeting was to inform the students about the short term as well as som ... Read More

Deerwalk Starts Renovating its Premises

05-Feb-2016

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo: Renovation activities in progress Photo Courtesy: Ruby Shrestha Deerwalk has started paying attention to improving its interiors. In the current context, there have been some changes in t ... Read More

Pranab Man Singh Pradhan Talks About Precautions and Solutions To Earthquake

05-Feb-2016

By:admin

Photo: Pranab Man Singh sharing knowledge Photo Courtesy: Yunish Shakya On June 4th 2015, Mr Pranab Man Singh Pradhan visited DeerWalk Institute of Technology to interact with the students and hav ... Read More

Chairman Rudra Pandey Motivates Students to Become More Active In College

05-Feb-2016

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo: Rudra Pandey Talking to the Students Photo Courtesy: Bimal Gaire On 19th June 2015, Chairman of DWIT and Deerwalk Inc., Rudra Pandey, held ALL HANDS MEETING with the students. The program was ... Read More

DWIT Clubs with New Plans and Policies

05-Feb-2016

By:Utkrista K.C.

Art By: Nikita Gautam DWIT has more than 13 clubs at present. This college has not only been able to provide quality education to students, but it also focuses on all around development of the studen ... Read More

A Sixth-Semester Student Selected as Deerwalk Construction Company Intern

05-Feb-2016

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo Courtesy: Sharun Sangat Deerwalk Inc has recently formed its very own Deerwalk Construction Company. The construction works have been started and the company's first job is to maintain and reco ... Read More

DWIT Students Undertake a New Initiative

02-Feb-2016

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo: Students and mentors showing the lanterns they had made Photo Courtesy: Kundan S. Rana On 30th April 2015, a group of DWIT students volunteered in the workshop organized by the Social Servi ... Read More

Orientation of Batch of 2018 Conducted

02-Feb-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo Courtesy: DWIT Administration “Welcome to the start of Freshman Year/Second Semester. I always find the beginning of each semester to be exciting and full of promise for the future. This ... Read More

Rai Enthuses DWITians through His Appealing Speech

02-Feb-2016

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo: Pramod Kumar Rai talking to DWIT students Photo Courtesy: The DeerExpress Club On 9th April 2015, the atmosphere of Lhotse Hall at DWIT was enveloped by giggles and laughter. In addition to t ... Read More

Participants of Space App Challenge Share Their Experience

02-Feb-2016

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo Courtesy: DeerExpress Club On 11th and 12th April, eight DWIT students, divided into two groups, participated in the International Space Apps Challenge organized by Young Innovations, SERV ... Read More

Classes Resume After A Long Break

02-Feb-2016

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo: Students attending class in DWIT Photo Courtesy: Bimal Gaire After the devastating earthquake of April 25, 2015 along with many aftershocks, the whole country has been shattered. The lives ha ... Read More

Bijaya Kumar Shrestha Shares His Experience On Erasmus Scholarship

02-Feb-2016

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo: Bijay Kumar Shrestha sharing his experience with the students Photo Courtesy: Yunish Shakya On 11th June 2015, The Academic Coordinator of DWIT, Mr Bijaya Kumar Shrestha shared his experience ... Read More

DWIT Bids Farewell to the R&D Department Head

02-Feb-2016

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo: Alok Koirala Sharing His Experience With The Students Photo Courtesy: Kundan S. Rana In our life many people come and become a part of it, but one day they have to leave us so that they can c ... Read More

DeerExpress Conducted a Special Extempore Session

02-Feb-2016

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo: Prayush Shrestha Hosting the Program Photo Courtesy: Sabin Pathak “Good morning everyone, welcome to the special extempore session of Deertalk,” Dipesh Bhandari, host of that session and ... Read More

DWIT Family Distributed Funds For Earthquake Victims Among DWITians

02-Feb-2016

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo: Surendra Nath Adhikari handing over the fund to Arun Tamang Photo Courtesy: Anushka Maharjan "Humanity is the largest religion. Each human is meant to help another human. We are just doing ... Read More

Heavy Rainfall Affects DWIT Library

02-Feb-2016

By:admin

Photo: One of the helpers at DWIT cleaning the mess Heavy rainfall has not only affected the earthquake victims who have lost roof above their head, but it has also affected DWIT Library. The reason ... Read More

IT Department: Now, In Full Swing

02-Feb-2016

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo: Cisco Manageable Switches (left) and Unifi Access Points (right) Photo Courtesy: Suryaraj Timsina Internet connection problems are always infuriating, especially when you are a Computer Scien ... Read More

Deerwalk Canteen Improving In Quality and Infrastructure

02-Feb-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News By the demands of the staff and the students combined, DWIT has been expanding the canteen. It also has been expanding its menu. The canteen has been aspiring to meet the st ... Read More

Participation in DeerChautari Session Not Limited Within DWIT

02-Feb-2016

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo: Ashim Regmi giving his presentation Photo Courtesy: DeerChautari Club DeerChautari club, a club at DWIT, has come with a new plan to make DeerChautari sessions more extensive. DeerChauatari s ... Read More

Deerwalk Names Its Buildings In an Innovative Way

02-Feb-2016

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo: Top view of Deerwalk with the names of buildings Photo Courtesy: Shyam Sundar Swonepa, DWS Deerwalk has been expanding and reforming the area it covers.  At present, it has eleven buildings ... Read More

Clubs at DWIT: From the Presidents for the Freshmen

02-Feb-2016

By:Aasha Poudel

Picture Courtesy: Sneha Parajuli Since the freshmen are not properly aware about all the clubs at DWIT, DWIT News decided to accumulate “the most appealing thing” about each club from the Preside ... Read More

Tips For Freshmen

02-Feb-2016

By:Sabin Pathak

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News Freshmen, welcome to your college life. Be laborious and make your aim come true, but don’t forget to enjoy! You have just stepped into your college life after having ... Read More

DWIT Social Service Club Conducts - Blood Donation Program

02-Feb-2016

By:Navaraj Kharel

Picture Courtesy: Ruby Shrestha There is no substitute for human blood. Every year millions of people donate blood around the globe and it saves someone’s life. Blood is scarce.  If you are in goo ... Read More

First Parents Meeting [Batch of 2019]

02-Feb-2016

By:Nikita Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar On 7th January 2016, parents meet up of freshman students i.e. Batch 2019 was conducted.  This was the first time when parents of freshman students were invited and ... Read More

CAN Info-tech 2016: More for business than Innovation

01-Feb-2016

By:Rojan Maharjan

Subisu CAN Info-Tech 2016 is currently being held in Bhirkuti Mandap, Exhibition Road, Kathmandu from 29th January to 3rd February. I visited the event on the business day (31st January) using VIP pas ... Read More

Story of a Cancer Survivor: Strong Enough To Start Over a New Life

01-Feb-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Photo Courtesy : Rojina Shrestha “Do not stress upon things, the problem you thought was bigger may just be a test of your endurance.” A woman who went through a rain of pain made this statement ... Read More

The Unbounded Love

01-Feb-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana  My life was bounded within the four walls of my room. I could see my friends shouting and playing in the playground from my window, but no one would give me company. ... Read More

Nepal or Somewhere Else ??

01-Feb-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Our country, Nepal, has been facing many problems lately. Firstly, the tragic earthquake that hit Nepal on 25th April destroyed many houses and buildings, and took liv ... Read More

CHILD RIGHTS & CHILD LABOUR IN NEPAL

01-Feb-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: theguardian.com Simply, the word child means any human under the age of 18. Below this age they are considered as physically, mentally & socially ill-matured. Child are the inno ... Read More

Tino Travels to Nepal

01-Feb-2016

By:Hilary Towle

Picture Courtesy: Hilary Towle It’s true; I have brought my cat Valentino (Tino, for short) with me to Nepal. I adopted Tino when he was just one month old in June of 2012. When I was in Kathmandu ... Read More

The Girl Who Gave Me a Lift

01-Feb-2016

By:Giriraj Khatri

In the cold morning of January, I rushed down the corridor and flew out of the gate. I looked at my watch only to find whether I was getting late or not. First day of examination and I could not be la ... Read More

Finn Church Aid – Action for Human Dignity

31-Jan-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Photo Courtesy: Shibesh Duwadi  Finn Church Aid is one of the largest Finnish development organization in the world. It operates in about 15 countries all around the world, including 3 in Asia – C ... Read More

Bodhi Books and Bake Place: Read and Eat Together

31-Jan-2016

By:Abhusan Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Abhusan Gautam Bodhi Books and Bake is heaven for bibliophiles and cibophiles (people who love food). Located in Maharajgunj, Kathmandu in close proximity to Bhat-bhateni, it is e ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

30-Jan-2016

By:Dipal Malla

The village girl. Read More

General Overview: Health and Lifestyle

30-Jan-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Health is an important factor in human life. It plays a vital role in our life. A healthy person can think healthy and work healthy. When we have a healthy body and a ... Read More

Nepal Football At It's Best

30-Jan-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: Google Images Nepal national under-23 football team recently participated in the prestigious U23 Bangabandhu Gold Cup held in Bangladesh and won it with great glory. Nepal defeated ... Read More

Book Club: Special Article

30-Jan-2016

By:Dipesh Poudel

Part 1 Life is all about telling stories. We are sharing stories in one form or the other every moment. Even computer programs that we write are stories of some variables, functions, class or object. ... Read More

Old Age Home

30-Jan-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Sweekriti Gautam The sun rises with the glory of dawn in our life. One cannot escape alive from the maze we call life and that is the eternal truth. Human body cannot always dance w ... Read More

#GOLDSTAR Trending in DWIT!

19-Jan-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Photo Courtesy: Bimal Gaire Nepal has been growing in terms of homemade products with expertise quality and affordable price. In 1990, Universal Footwear Industries  launched a mid priced, value for ... Read More

Raw Rhythms 3- Sucessfully Organized By Music Club

19-Jan-2016

By:Anmol Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Dipal Malla and Ayush Manandhar On 14th January 2016 DWIT Music Club successfully organized their third unplugged session “RAW RHYTHMS”. The show was hosted by Music club’s pr ... Read More

Be My Guest: A New Initiation By the Media Club

19-Jan-2016

By:Anushka Maharjan

On 14th December 2014, The Media Club of DWIT came up with something really new and exciting. The reformed club started with an epic talk show, ‘Be My Guest’. ‘Be My Guest’ is a talk program w ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

18-Jan-2016

By:Dipal Malla

Raw Rhythms 3 (Tribute to the Batch of 2015 students)- Organized by DWIT Music Club Dipal Malla is a DWIT Student Read More

CES 2016: The biggest Tech show in the world

18-Jan-2016

By:Rojan Maharjan

Photo Courtesy: Rojan  Maharjan CES, short for Consumer Electronics Show is the world’s biggest expo on everything related to technology. From 8k TVs to futuristic cars, this year’s CES was fill ... Read More

Chabahil Area Suffering From Short Circuit

18-Jan-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: Nisha Dhungana Chabahil, also called the heart of Kathmandu, has been in darkness for almost 3 weeks. One of the reason is of course load shedding but load shedding also occurs in s ... Read More

The Known Stranger

18-Jan-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

‘Oh! I’m late, my boss is gonna yell at me.’ I was trying to fit in my favorite jeans as i complained about being late. Well, it is not a new thing. I am a night owl, I stay up late into the nig ... Read More

Story Of A Madman

18-Jan-2016

By:Abhusan Gautam

One night, I overheard my parents talking about my situation. Their voices was small but I could feel their pain when they talked. My mom suggested that I should be taken to a Mental Hospital. She had ... Read More

The Engineer

18-Jan-2016

By:Saugat Upadhayay

Let it rain who cares? I have a train, upstairs. With a brake which I make from a string sort of thing. Which works in jerks because it drops. In the spring which stop ... Read More

Powerball Lottery

18-Jan-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar Powerball, previously known as Lotto America, is a lottery game offered in the US. Its first drawing was held on April 22, 1992. Every Wednesday and Saturday night at 1 ... Read More

Maghe Sankranti

17-Jan-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar Maghe Sankranti is a Hindu festival celebrated on the first day of Magh according to Bikram Sambat calendar. The other name of Maghe Sankranti is Makar Sankranti. T ... Read More

Just a Good Bad Dream

17-Jan-2016

By:Pratyush Nepal

It all started out in a dark dull room. The vision by far, I remember was blur and blunt. My soul was trying to escape my body for the laceration of veins due to the pain that life had given me. Memor ... Read More

Dark Chocolates

17-Jan-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana Nowadays, it is really difficult for us to distinguish between healthy food and unhealthy ones. If the food is healthy then it is probably not so tasty, whereas if i ... Read More

Fire and Ice Pizzeria: REVIEW

17-Jan-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: Google Images An international restaurant chain, Fire and Ice Pizzeria is among the world’s best pizza-chain in the world. Founded by an Italian chef from Naples, Fire and Ice Piz ... Read More

Book Club First Session Experience

14-Jan-2016

By:Dipesh Poudel

  http://www.viagragenericoes24.com/ The first session was quite interesting to me. We shared our creative writings along with some interesting videos that was worth listening as well as watchin ... Read More

Not So Far...

11-Jan-2016

By:Sumnima Thapa

Picture credit: http://www.futureforall.org/images/Depiction_of_a_futuristic_city.jpg 3056 A.D., January 19, Sunday Waking up in the morning, I was immediately greeted with a blast of air. I’ll f ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

11-Jan-2016

By:Ananta Poudel

Ananta Poudel is a photographer. Read More

Earthquake Victims And Freezing Cold II

11-Jan-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Credit: http://www.gettyimages.com/ This is a continuation of the interview that DWIT news team carried out among the Earthquake victims camping on Pasang Lamhu Sadak, Chuchepati last week. ... Read More

Vipassana Training Organized By Social Service Club

11-Jan-2016

By:Akankshya Upadhaya

On 9th December 2016, DWIT Social Service club organized Vipassana training in Deerwalk Complex. The main instructor of the program was Lekhnath Bhusal, one of the Solution Architects from Deerwalk Se ... Read More

Blockade Life: Kathmandu

11-Jan-2016

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: Mahan Adhikari Since the last 2 months, Nepalese have been facing a great ordeal. India has imposed an economic blockade on Nepal, which has caused severe lack of fundamental necess ... Read More

World of Love And Hatred: A Story

10-Jan-2016

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam  “It was a long hectic day. I should take a nap”, Tracy said to herself. Just as she went to her bed, she heard a bang that made her shudder. She assumed that it ... Read More

Four New Elements in the Periodic Table

10-Jan-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar  The international union of pure & applied chemistry (IUPAC) announced that four new elements have been permanently added to the periodic table, after their disc ... Read More

Nepal Blockade And Its Impact On Deerwalk Foods

10-Jan-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Sweekriti Gautam The major issue currently being faced by Nepal is the economic blockade by India. We took an interview with the Deerwalk Food's manager and head chef Mr. Mohan Thap ... Read More

SILENCE!

10-Jan-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Hypocrisy, the term that describes the world as it is now. Being frank, all of our lives as a whole in a nutshell is hypo critic. What overwhelms us the most? The probable answer is silence. We like ... Read More

Today's Generation: Smarter In a Unique Way

10-Jan-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam  For this topic, I made a quick search in google. After going through many sites, I found that the general view point about today's generation is that they are lazy a ... Read More

The Agony

10-Jan-2016

By:Nikita Gautam

I just looked back, back into the misery Earth was yawning I guess, to fill us with grief Every living creature was trembling to death, With what was called a quake.   I ran with my little g ... Read More

Politics In A Student’s Life?

08-Jan-2016

By:Raju Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam  An individual passes different stages of life. Among which, one of the most important stage is being a student. It is even referred as the golden stage of life. Stud ... Read More

Earthquake Victims And Freezing Cold

08-Jan-2016

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: Ashmita Thapa Almost 9 months has flown by since the day that changed the entire landscape and lifestyle of Nepal. The Gorkha Earthquake that hit Nepal on 25th April, 2015 at 11:56 ... Read More

Gardening As My Hobby

08-Jan-2016

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam People are busy in their daily routines. They work hard so that they can have a fruitful and easy life. Hobbies and entertainment helps relax the mind and body as it h ... Read More

Wake The City Warm

08-Jan-2016

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Picture Courtesy: DWIT Media Club On January  1st 2016, a campaign called “Wake The City Warm” was held with a vision of involving the  young generation in social activities. The campaign was p ... Read More

Hike From Taudaha To Champadevi

08-Jan-2016

By:Arika Joshi

Picture Courtesy: DWIT Hiking Club On Jan 3, DWIT Hiking club organized hiking event from Taudaha to Champadevi. Along with 11 hikers we started our journey from Purano Buspark where all the hikers g ... Read More

Most Popular Hashtags: 2015

05-Jan-2016

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam  2015 gave us all moments to revel in and cheer as well as moments to drown our sorrows. After the ups and downs of the year, each and every one of us have emerged wi ... Read More

Boxing Day

04-Jan-2016

By:Sulav Prasaine

26th of December is known as Boxing Day in many countries and former British colonies. This day was for those servants and tradesmen who would receive gifts from their masters, employers or customers ... Read More

The Universe In A Single Atom: The Convergence of Science and Spirituality

04-Jan-2016

By:Sushil Awale

“The Universe in a Single Atom” written by Tenzin Gyatso, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, discusses the similarities and differences in scientific and Buddhist perspective about reality, univers ... Read More

Truly A Majestic Dine: Kaiser Café

04-Jan-2016

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: TripAdvisor.com.ph Within the premises of the Garden of Dreams, Kaiser Cafe an international standard coffee shop and restaurant operates under the management of the Dwarika’s hot ... Read More

Trying To Sleep

04-Jan-2016

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Let us start with three points: A day has 24 hours; half of which is 12 hours. Each 24 hours has a day and a night. Any living thing has 2 basic states; asleep and awake. So t ... Read More

Sex-Love-Death

04-Jan-2016

By:Ashish Khanal

Yeah, we play music. All of that’s there to play. We play drums and guitars, piano and violins. But, I am a spectator. I don’t know how to play a single instrument. But does it matter? I enjoy the ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

03-Jan-2016

By:Rojina Shrestha

It is always soothing to explore mother nature's beauty Read More

Nepal Flashback 2015

03-Jan-2016

By:Nisha Dhungana

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam 2015 has finally said goodbye and 2016 has arrived with new hopes and dreams. 2015 has been a year of disaster, despair and helplessness for all Nepalese but implement ... Read More

Best Popular/Trending Technologies 2015

03-Jan-2016

By:Pratyush Nepal

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Technology is very brisk and rapid. We never know what it may offer at any point. As for modern technology, 2015 was a great year. It proffered us several new techs an ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

01-Jan-2016

By:Avisek Vaidya

Avisek Vaidya is a  tattoo artist at "Tattoo Junction" Read More

New Year With New Aspiration: RESOLUTIONS 2016

01-Jan-2016

By:admin

Picture Courtesy: Sumit Shrestha Lets hear what people have to say: "Turn my hobby into career and learn to be more self reliant." Saurav Bhandari, Batch 2019, DWIT "My new year resolution is t ... Read More

Posts form 2015

Insomnia And Youths

29-Dec-2015

By:Pratyush Nepal

Picture Courtesy: Pratyush Nepal Insomnia simply means wakefulness. It ranges from acute to chronic. Insomnia is divergent among people and can lead to serious problems if it is not properly diagnose ... Read More

11 A Side Football

29-Dec-2015

By:Bidur Banstola

Picture Courtesy: Bidur Banstola Christmas holidays brought happiness among all DWIT students. But Santa had something more up his sleeve for the football players. Between the tight exam schedules, ... Read More

Cycling Report : Memories Between Two Wheels

28-Dec-2015

By:Giriraj Khatri

Picture Courtesy: Hiking Club It was my third week in Deerwalk and the cycling form was circulated among the students. I love going out so I filled the form. Only the few selected randomly would have ... Read More

We Are Nowhere, We are Asleep

28-Dec-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Picture Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar Few days ago, there was no electricity for three days in my area. I had no problem for at least two days since I had backup power in my home. But, that backup battery ... Read More

One Thing You Dislike About DWIT

28-Dec-2015

By:Nisha Dhungana

Everything in this world has good and bad perspectives. Criticism helps us to improve the quality of our behavior. Likewise, we all know the good aspects of DWIT, it provides us (the students) best en ... Read More

FOOTBALL: A GAME THAT NEEDS FAIR PEOPLE

28-Dec-2015

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana Football is a game of trust. It cannot be played unless there is a mutual understanding between the players as well as the supporters. And when it comes to national ... Read More

Mock Youth Parliament : A Huge Success

28-Dec-2015

By:Shibesh Duwadi

Picture Courtesy: Nischal Aryal Over the last decade or two, Nepal has been subject to a transitional political environment. From the despair of being in crisis for so long, to the absolute deliriu ... Read More

Is Being A Woman Really A Curse?

28-Dec-2015

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy:  Nikita Gautam  My journey to hell began when I first met him, twelve years ago. My house was in such a remote place that one could hardly see a person walking around. My entire l ... Read More

Vampire Diaries : Series Review

28-Dec-2015

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy:  Shreeya Panday The Vampire Diaries is a supernatural, fantasy and thriller based series which premiered on The CW network on 2009. Currently, it is running on its 7th season. The ... Read More

Interview With Tech Lekh Co-Founders

28-Dec-2015

By:Rojan Maharjan

Picture Courtesy: TechLekh Website TechLekh is a technology news portal. It was co-founded by DWIT’s very own Subigya Kumar Nepal and Abhishek Gupta. The website features numerous Nepali startups a ... Read More

Terrible Mistake In Miss Universe Pageant 2015

28-Dec-2015

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy:  Nikita Gautam  The most controversial topic that is going around everywhere in the world is about the recently conducted Miss Universe pageant that was held on Las Vegas. Somethi ... Read More

“The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teenagers”-Sean Covey

28-Dec-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Author Sean Covey in this book has portrayed the situations of a teenager. It reveals that the teens today are busier and stressed than they used to be. With lots of tasks to accomplish and even with ... Read More

Christmas

28-Dec-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: Sumit Shrestha With the declaration of secularism in Nepal, celebration of festivals of disparate religions have spread widely throughout the country. Not too long ago, people in Ne ... Read More

Club Reformation for 2015-2016

21-Dec-2015

By:Osheen Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana DWIT differs from other colleges due to different reasons, one of them being the number of effective clubs that operate as a part of the college. Students can active ... Read More

Deerexpress Weekly Report: Mr.Rajesh Thapa

21-Dec-2015

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Picture Courtesy: DWIT Facebook Page On 17th December,2015 DeerExpress Club, DWIT  had invited Rajesh Thapa as an special guest for the talk program. Rajesh Thapa did his Bachelors in Architecture f ... Read More

Evolution Of Email

21-Dec-2015

By:Rojan Maharjan

One of the most common traits of humans is that we always take things for granted. We tend to underestimate the value of things, just because we use it every day and it works, as it should. We do not ... Read More

WHERE MY COUNTRY LACKS? AND WHAT’S NEXT?

21-Dec-2015

By:Iris Raj Pokharel

Nepal is a country with great diversity, a great belief and yes, a great fascination for every Nature lover. It is a country that has been going through real bad times at present context. Whenever a ... Read More

First Experience of Being a Deerwalker

21-Dec-2015

By:Shreeya Pandey

Picture Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana As a freshman, when I first joined DWIT, I didn’t know anyone. None of my current classmates were known to me. As I walked from my home to the college, several tho ... Read More

Balanced Diet With Busy Lifestyle

21-Dec-2015

By:Sweekriti Gautam

Picture Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana Deadlines to meet, late night works and early morning classes. In this busy schedule you simply forget to take care of your diet. According to a renowned Spanish quot ... Read More

Knowing My Reality (Part 2)

21-Dec-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Click to view: Part 1 After the incident, of which I'm not sure if it was a dream or reality, the question of my identity started haunting me. I always asked the same question to myself, “Who am I ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

21-Dec-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

DWIT Students donating blood during Blood Donation Program Read More

My Life as a Chelsea Fan

21-Dec-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Abhusan Gautam When I first started to support Chelsea Football Club, we were already 3 times Premier League winners; 2 times under Jose Mourinho and another under Carlo Ancelotti. Ch ... Read More

Love, Is It What I Felt?

20-Dec-2015

By:Nisha Dhungana

Photo Courtesy: Neesha Dhungana Well, I always had strange feelings that didn’t have a particular name. In fact, I never had a constant feeling and nor did I have a single feeling at a moment. My m ... Read More

GET TO KNOW: PRAVIN THAPALIA

20-Dec-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: Pravin Thapalia (Facebook Page) “Baffled and surrounded by many responsibilities; being a father was the happiest moment in my life.” – says Pravin Thapalia. DWIT has bee ... Read More

SPECTRE: THE BOND RETURNS!!!!!

20-Dec-2015

By:Mahan Adhikari

Picture Courtesy: Mahan Adhikari Bond is back and he is back with a bang. The 24th movie in the Bond franchise, "Spectre", written by Ian Fleming, John Logan, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade was a movie ... Read More

Message to The New Co-Editors in Chief

14-Dec-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo courtesy:  Bimal Gaire Chiefs, First of all a warm welcome to the new post in the team. Since I know you guys from the beginning of this team, there is nothing much to tell about. You both ar ... Read More

Two Years of Wonderful Experience by Ruby Shrestha

14-Dec-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Picture Courtesy : Ruby Shrestha When DWIT News was announced THE BEST CLUB OF THE YEAR, I was really happy and I know it’s the same in case of all the members. Hard work indeed pays off and it cer ... Read More

Benchmark for DWIT NEWS to Celebrate: The Best Club of the Year

14-Dec-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Picture Courtesy: Navaraj Kharel  Yay! Cheers to all of us for being part of the wonderful News Club and being selected as the best club of the Year. Such Great Feeling! Wow! :D :D We, the wonderfu ... Read More

With The Best Club President 2015, Sunil Shrestha

14-Dec-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Picture Courtesy: DOKO In history of DWIT, for the first time “The Best Club President” was announced. During All Hands Meeting that was held on Thursday (10th December, 2015), Sunil Shrestha wa ... Read More

What Should I write?

14-Dec-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

What should I write? I have been thinking around for an hour but nothing solid has struck my mind. Maybe I should take a break. With a hope of getting an idea for story that I promised my editor for t ... Read More

PICTURE OF THE WEEK

14-Dec-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

Best Club(Right) and Best President (Left) 2014-15 awards received by DWIT News Club and Mr.Sunil Shrestha Read More

Happy Ending With News Club

14-Dec-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Picture Courtesy: Shila Parajuli First of all, I would like to thank Menosh, who suggested me to join DWIT News Club. On a personal note, news club wasn’t just limited to writing and posting articl ... Read More

ALL HANDS MEETING ON 10th OF DECEMBER

14-Dec-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Picture Courtesy: DWIT Admin The first ‘ALL HANDS MEETING’ with all the five batches that are currently running at DWIT, was organized on 10th December 2015. The program started with an address b ... Read More

College Freshmen Share Their Experience and Expectations From DWIT

07-Dec-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Adapting in a completely new environment with entirely different sets of rules and regulations is tough. The students of the new batch have already experienced one wee ... Read More

Two-Day Hike From Lapsi Phedi to Nagarkot

07-Dec-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Picture Courtesy: DWIT Hiking Club Recently, Hiking Club has been very active and back with enormous surprises. It organized a two-day hike on 5th and 6th December. The team comprised of 14 hikers in ... Read More

My Mistake Was That I Trusted Him

07-Dec-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Picture Courtesy: Munmun Shrestha I am tired of all these. What was my mistake, to love him? I never knew I had to suffer all these just because I loved him more than my family. “Hey sexy! Had fun ... Read More

Gyan Sangalo: A Brief Look Inside

07-Dec-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News Gyan Sangalo, which is also known as LMS (Library Management System), is a web based portal of DWIT for managing day to day library tasks. It is a library management appli ... Read More

Picture of the Week [Click to view the Comic]

07-Dec-2015

By:Umang Gurung

Deerwalk Expanding ... ... Read More

Experiencing Offsite Housing Provided By DWIT

07-Dec-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo: Offsite Housing Managed by DWIT Picture Courtesy: Sabin Pathak It is very difficult to be away from our beloved family. Especially, the students who stay away from their family with the aim t ... Read More

Personification

07-Dec-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

The world I see Is all that I can believe What I say Is all that I can portray I believe that we only see What others want us to see And what we want to see The softness of a hug It’s what d ... Read More

The Reality Behind Zuckerber's $45 Billion Donation

07-Dec-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News On December 1, 2015, Mark Zuckerberg, the Founder, Chairman and CEO of Facebook soared through the internet with his statement about donating 99% of his Facebook shares to c ... Read More

Documentary Club screens “Millionaire Gaming Prodigies: Welcome to eSports"

07-Dec-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

On 3rd December, 2015, The Documentary/Movie Club of DWIT screened a documentary video titled “Millionaire Gaming Prodigies: Welcome to eSports”. It was the first time the Lhotse hall seemed so cr ... Read More

“Wake the City Warm” Campaign in Progress

06-Dec-2015

By:admin

Picture Courtesy: DWIT Social Service Club DWIT Social Service Club is in progress with their new campaign “Wake the City Warm”. Their intention behind organizing such a campaign is to help the h ... Read More

But Then, That's Just How It Is

06-Dec-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News There was an oddly shaped cloud in the distance. It was dark, greyish like a rain cloud, but not quite. All other clouds were white. And yes, it took this person very long ... Read More

DWIT News Facebook Page: An Analysis

06-Dec-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Facebook, which originated in 2004, solely with a purpose of connecting the students of Harvard University has pervaded the world today with its features which are seen to be ever growing. Facebook is ... Read More

Picture of the Week

01-Dec-2015

By:Prabina Neupane

Difficult paths always have beautiful exits! Photo By: Prabina Neupane   Read More

The Hike From Nayapaati to Paani Muhaan

30-Nov-2015

By:Sanjeev Budha

All Photos By: DWIT Hiking Club On 29th November 2015, DWIT Hiking Club organized 18th one day hiking. 14 students of DWIT went for hiking, which was coordinated by Abishekh Khatiwada. The route of h ... Read More

Farming Slowly Losing Its Interest Group

30-Nov-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Every year when I go to my village for Dashain vacation, I help my family in harvesting paddy. This year was no different. After we finished harvesting paddy this year, we decided that from then on we ... Read More

Library Management System Implemented in DWIT

30-Nov-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News When students want to borrow a book, first he/she has to go to the library and search for the book. They hope to find the book in the library. Sometimes, the book may not ... Read More

Insecurity Strikes DWIT Students

30-Nov-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News “Pradeep and Prastap are studying in Kathmandu. They used to live in a hostel, which was located near their college. Life was easy then. After some months, the hostel wa ... Read More

Being Twins

30-Nov-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News We were in same belly for nine months. We are two bodies representing a soul. My childhood started with her and I desire my life to end with hers. People ask me, who is your ... Read More

Everyone Tells Us To Do, But No One Tells Us How To

30-Nov-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

On 26th November 2015, Sachin Timalsena, V.P. of Human Values for Peace and Prosperity, visited DWIT. He came to DWIT in hopes of providing some motivational talks to the students. Mr Timalsena comple ... Read More

Students Protest With Motto "Right to Live and Right to Study"

30-Nov-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: Navaraj Kharel It has been more than 100 days since the strike of Madhesi people in Terai region  has led to massive economic disorder in Nepal. The blockade caused by India has ca ... Read More

3 Years of Togetherness

30-Nov-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News On 27th November, 2015 a small celebration took place on the Nuptse hall of DWIT. It was an occasion of 3rd anniversary for batch 2016. They had joined DWIT on 11th of Man ... Read More

Why? - My Inquisitive Personality

30-Nov-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News Before I start, I need to share some of the questions that emerged in my inquisitive mind which drove me to do some exploration. Why do we ring bells while worshiping in ... Read More

Confession of an Alcoholic

30-Nov-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

I am not sure when the first drop of that firewater got into my body, but after that I wanted it even more. I just wanted to taste it, but unknowingly my body craved for more and more of it. I could n ... Read More

Movie Review: Inside Out

30-Nov-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Thapa Pixar’s latest addition to its star-studded franchise, Inside Out, is a creative, clever, heartfelt, and beautifully animated movie which is bound to be an instant cla ... Read More

Being Different

30-Nov-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News I will cry out louder, louder and louder Harder, harder and harder Until it reaches your ear Until it reaches your heart Is it really my fault, To be this ... Read More

DWIT Conducts Fifth Annual General Meeting

23-Nov-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: DWIT Admin DWIT held fifth Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Saturday, 21st November 2015 after its fourth AGM on 25th November of 2014. AGM is attended by all the shareholders and ad ... Read More

30 Socially Responsible Nepalese Organized “Cook in Street” Campaign

23-Nov-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

23rd November 2015 Chabahil, Kathmandu A group of 30 socially responsible Nepalese citizens organized “Cook in Street” campaign in order to depict that Nepalese aren’t going to fall down on t ... Read More

Picture of the Week

23-Nov-2015

By:admin

Photo: Nepalese Today Picture By: Shreha Regmi Read More

Know About BITCOIN

23-Nov-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo Courtesy : Kundan Shumsher Rana Bitcoin is an online form of currency that uses peer-to-peer technology. It can operate without any central authority to manage the transactions. The issuing o ... Read More

Schools to Reopen in Terai: A Good News?

22-Nov-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News After three months of strike, on November 19 Samyukta Loktantrik Madhesi Morcha (SLMM) took a decision that was supposed to be good news for everyone. There were bunch of ... Read More

Weekend with FILM SOUTH ASIA 2015

22-Nov-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Picture Courtesy: Utkrista K.C. After the first day of third semester, I had a weekend. Since the first day was only a warm up, I had no assignments at all. So, with a plan of attending FILM SOUTH AS ... Read More

Madesh Andolan: My Opinion

22-Nov-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News As we all know that after releasing the new constitution of Nepal, it has been almost two months that the strike in Terai by different Madeshi parties and blockade caused ... Read More

Let's Do This!

22-Nov-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Students from the Sophomore, Junior and Senior year all gathered this Thursday in Lhotse Hall after a month long vacation to attend the talk program by our Chairman, Rudra Pandey. Every time he meets ... Read More

So Much of Distress in Just 24 Hours!

16-Nov-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

People say that Friday, the 13th, is an unlucky day. This year, it certainly did prove to be unlucky. Different parts of the world suffered losses of lives during this day; many heartbeats stopped in ... Read More

We Are Nepalese, Bir Gorkhalis

16-Nov-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam No gas, no diesel, no petrol, no nothing No matter how many things we are deprived of at the moment, Blood that flows in our hands is that of the Bir Gorkhalis ... Read More

Picture of the Week

16-Nov-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

World Against Terrorism Read More

Change in Food Habit

16-Nov-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Picture Courtesy: Sneha Parajuli Food habit is basically a routine that we follow to fill our stomach. A good food habit plays a vital role in development of an individual. Good foods include natural ... Read More

Earthquakes Around the World

15-Nov-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

In 2015, we have been witnessing many earthquakes around the world. They have been coming quite frequently and causing panic and mayhem. If we take a look at the seismology data of 2015, we can see th ... Read More

Terrorist Attack on Paris: My Opinion

15-Nov-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News Three teams staged six coordinated attacks at different locations throughout Paris late Friday night. The most notable locations were a Concert Venue in Bataclan, Stade de ... Read More

BELIEVE

15-Nov-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News It’s dangerous and difficult I shouldn’t go there I am afraid of being hurt, But I want to believe in myself Try hard, try hard To make it work, But ... Read More

Night Actually Falls In This Place

15-Nov-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News I was standing outside my home in my village It was something that I had never acknowledged, And it was Night that actually falls in this place.   Th ... Read More

I don’t listen to TVD songs anymore (TVD= The Vampire Diaries)

10-Nov-2015

By:Amun Kharel

In a year, I have changed a lot I used to watch TVD every Friday And watch it all over again until it finally made sense Sense to my heart Confirming two of my biggest fantasies Romance and Vampi ... Read More

Lesson Learnt!

09-Nov-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

The country has been going through a critical state; people complain about the scarcity of almost every basic need. There’s no gas, there’s shortage of fuels like petrol and kerosene, the price of ... Read More

Picture of the Week

09-Nov-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

Mesmerizing View of Phewa Lake, Pokhara Read More

The Dumping Site that Emerges at Night

09-Nov-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo Courtesy: Sabin Pathak We can see dust, dirt and garbage scattered at many places around Kathmandu. One cannot walk freely because of the disgust of walking over the garbage while passing throu ... Read More

Run

09-Nov-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Picture Courtesy: Sneha Parajuli (No, don’t. That’s just the title. Yes, I know. I’m still working on coming up with titles.) An open space having smooth roads that stretches as far as the ... Read More

I Fell in Love with the Scariest Guy

09-Nov-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Whenever I see clear blue sky, I remember your smiling face, your long hair and the awkwardness around us. For me, every day was fun. In school, I had friends who wou ... Read More

Strikes, Leading to Evil Omen

09-Nov-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News Strikes everywhere!! Holidays have not been as enjoyable as expected due to the shortage of fuel and strike. I wonder why these people are protesting when it is clear that ... Read More

Deerwalk Entrance Changed; Eastern Gate to be Used

08-Nov-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News The entrance to the Deerwalk premises has changed from today, 9th November 2015. None, be it visitors or employees or students, will be allowed to enter from its usual en ... Read More

How Mobile Applications are Keeping You Healthy and Active

04-Nov-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Mobile applications are on their peak right now. We can call it the golden age for these applications. With the Internet becoming more accessible than ever and the gadgets world getting a big boom eve ... Read More

Practices of Women Empowerment

03-Nov-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Women empowerment has been one of the topics of concern in context of Nepal. Women empowerment is basically empowering women through every possible means, making them ... Read More

Get to Know: A Nepali Twitch Streamer

02-Nov-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

There are many things in life I aspire to do, and one of them includes streaming my games online. Streaming is the process of playing music or video or games live on the internet. There are very few N ... Read More

An Insight to The Dark Web

02-Nov-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo Courtesy: Kundan S. Rana All of us use the Internet on daily basis for various purposes. We use it to view the things we need and we do not care about the rest. We also believe that Google is ... Read More

Picture of the Week

01-Nov-2015

By:Sneha Parajuli

Go GREEN! Read More

The Change That Wasn't So Good

01-Nov-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

 Picture Courtesy: Sneha Parajuli He couldn’t wait to reach his village. He had left his village a decade ago in search of a ‘better’ life. After having lived in city for quite a long, he had ... Read More

Winter Is Coming...

01-Nov-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News Winter is here… winter, when you don’t feel like getting off the bed in the cold mornings, only time in the year when you fall in love with the warm and shiny sun, the ... Read More

‘Karodau Kasturi’: A Wonderful Novel With a Wonderful Message

01-Nov-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Picture Courtesy: Utkrista K.C. I had got one copy of this novel as a present, but my boredom didn’t let me to turn the pages of this book till date. Last week, when I had been in maternal uncle’ ... Read More

Feel the Thrill, Watch "Everest"

01-Nov-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Picture Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar An electrifying, heartbreaking movie “Everest” remembers the real life incident that took place on May 10-11 on 1996 when eight mountaineers lost their lives on t ... Read More

“Kina Udcha Sabunman”: A Short Interview with One of the Makers

01-Nov-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Picture: Video by Help Nepal Today, "Kina Udcha Sabunman" Snapshot By: DWIT News This is a follow-up article related to the article posted in our previous issue. After having read the article in ... Read More

People’s Opinion on Load Shedding in Kathmandu Valley

29-Oct-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo Courtesy: http://krugersdorpnews.co.za/ We Nepalese are going through a cold winter and with that comes the hard times associated with load shedding. Load shedding has been really a great proble ... Read More

Buy college essays

28-Oct-2015

By:admin

What were the main goals of the lab?Marengo County Native Billy Mistead has documented these sites while riding his Harley Davidson through the countryside.If the pressure of assignments and deadlin ... Read More

DWIT Decides to Extend the Vacation

26-Oct-2015

By:admin

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News According to the college routine shared on 19th October by the college administration, the college was to reopen on 26th October after the Dashain vacation. However, consi ... Read More

Dashain Away From Motherland

26-Oct-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Either with a hope to study in what most regard as a better educational system or to earn a prestigious life for family or to fight the unemployment in one’s own cou ... Read More

Dreams and Creativity

26-Oct-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

Dreaming is an inherent part of being human. Everybody dreams. Dreams are like alternate universe where everything is possible and which is lived by a dreamer in his sleep. It consists of images, sens ... Read More

Things You Can Do During Your Vacation

26-Oct-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Dashain, one of the greatest festivals celebrated by Hindus all over the world has ended. People have celebrated, enjoyed and created life long memories during this festival. But now it is over and we ... Read More

“Kina Udcha Sabunman”: A Wonderful 'Help Nepal Today' Project

26-Oct-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Screenshot by: DWIT News Paul and Yme are best friends, who are also an award-winning creative team from Holland.  Yme was travelling around the world, and Paul setting up for their new project back ... Read More

Picture of the Week

26-Oct-2015

By:admin

Get some religious vibes with butter lamps... Read More

Twitter or Facebook: Which is a Better Publicizing Tool?

19-Oct-2015

By:admin

With an objective of finding out which shall be a better publicizing tool, Twitter or Facebook, DWIT News decided to take an opinion poll among the students of DWIT. The opinions are from those studen ... Read More

Reality In Dreams

19-Oct-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Have you ever wondered what would happen if we lived in an alternate universe of our world? What would happen if the world wasn't what it seemed? Imagine a place where the abnormal was just a normal t ... Read More

Picture of the Week

19-Oct-2015

By:admin

Say 'No' to Woman Abuse Art By: Munmun Shrestha Read More

Dashain: Significance of Nauratha

19-Oct-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam The biggest festival of Nepalese people, Dashain, is at the door. From tomorrow onwards, the country will officially enter into the dynamic period of this dynamic fest ... Read More

The Heroic Legend of Arslan - Anime Review

19-Oct-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Picture Courtesy: Prakriti Shree Tuladhar 'A tale about a kind prince who loses his parents and his kingdom at the age of 14 and goes on a journey to reclaim the throne in order to create a better co ... Read More

Journey from Kathmandu to Inarwa: The First of its Kind for Me

19-Oct-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News Dashain was coming near and the students, who had their hometown outside the valley, were excited to go home. However, everyone had ‘the tension of uncertainty’, uncer ... Read More

Undesired Change

19-Oct-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam “Reecha dear, wake up now. It’s 7 am. Go and bath.” “Momma, 5 minutes more. Please!” “Fine. Only five minutes. No more than that.” Today is Dashain. I ... Read More

Life Without Fuel

19-Oct-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News I really hate strikes. Why only me? Haha..I know it’s not ONLY ME! Everyone hates it when one’s country is entirely dependent on neighboring country for everything fro ... Read More

Dashain Vibes

12-Oct-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News DWIT News wishes everyone Happy Dashain! May you and your family have a wonderful time together. We have collected some Dashain Vibes. Have a read! I am excited to go ho ... Read More

Dashain for Me: Words of a Street Child

12-Oct-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Picture Courtesy: Sneha Parajuli What's this fuss about early in the morning? I asked to myself, waking up at the corner of a street due to noise. Oh it's people who are going home for Dashain from t ... Read More

What Does It Take to be Independent?

12-Oct-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Wherever we live, whatever religion we follow, we all are Nepali and we love Nepal. If you kill the police by burning them alive, if you want to divide Nepal, if you k ... Read More

Top Nepali Mobile Applications

12-Oct-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News Nepal is advancing in technology. Lots of people use smart phones and mobile applications are becoming the on the fly tools for many people. These are some of the most pop ... Read More

Sinus and Me

12-Oct-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

I could not give my exams. Yes, the reason was not because I was in a hurry to return home in this difficult situation of the country. I could not attend exams simply due to sinus infection. Simply? K ... Read More

Never Let Go of Our Nation’s Pride

12-Oct-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

“Necessity is the mother of invention. A need or problem encourages creative efforts to meet the need or solve the problem.”: Plato This is a famous saying said by the Greek philosopher Plato. As ... Read More

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12-Oct-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

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Khukuri: My Favorite Tool

12-Oct-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News If I were to place an object in an international exhibition, I would choose Khukuri because I am a son of Gorkhali, and it is my favorite tool. Khukuri, a Nepalese weapo ... Read More

And Finally, Exams Are Over!!!

12-Oct-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News (This is a note by a second semester DWIT student who has just completed her board examinations conducted by Tribhuvan University.) The most difficult situation is when y ... Read More

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08-Oct-2015

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Carpool KTM, an Innovative Approach to Current Fuel Crisis

05-Oct-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

  Photo Courtesy : Carpool KTM Adaptation is the main reason that has led us to be the most intelligent living creature in the planet. 'Survival of the fittest' by Herbert Spencer is a reality indee ... Read More

Blood Donation Program held at Deerwalk Complex

05-Oct-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo: Blood Donors at DWIT Photo Courtesy: Social Service Club On 1st October 2015, blood donation program was held at Deerwalk Complex in association with DWIT Social Service Club, Deerwalk Social ... Read More

Warriors From Earth- Part IV

05-Oct-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Picture Courtesy: Sneha Parajuli “Your sword suddenly vanished after your fight, can you explain about that?” asked one of the students of Saurea High. Well, that sword is a part of me. The sword ... Read More

Chosen Fate

05-Oct-2015

By:Asmita Bista

“Oye Ranjana!” She turned back. She was glad. It was her friend Samjhana. She left her bag in the vendor and went towards her. “What is this, huh? You disappeared after your marriage. How are ... Read More

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04-Oct-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

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Thoughts on Ongoing Practices

04-Oct-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo: People burning the effigy of Modi as a sign of protest Photo Courtesy: Shila Parajuli I was inside hospital and I heard something really weird. Then I took a look out of the window. To my sur ... Read More

Are We Going Home?

04-Oct-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News A great fear is looming around me. My heart asks the question, “Am I going home this year?” Dashain, the greatest festival celebrated by Nepalese around the world, i ... Read More

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04-Oct-2015

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02-Oct-2015

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Pandas and Shady FC Take the First Ever DWIT Futsal Championship

29-Sep-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo Courtesy: Prajjwal Sthapit Photo: Players Before The Kick Off Of The Final Match Congratulations to Pandas and Shady FC, who triumphed over their opponents in the First DWIT Futsal Tournament ... Read More

DWIT Social Service Club Initiates a New Project: Opens a Nursery in College

28-Sep-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo Courtesy : The Social Service Club The Social Service club has always been a club that tries to initiate new and exciting projects that help the society. On 24th September 2015, the social serv ... Read More

TOP THREE Interview Mistakes

28-Sep-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Picture Courtesy: Shreha Regmi There are different areas people must prepare themselves well for to be offered the job that they apply for. Though job appliers may have very good qualification in cer ... Read More

Pratik Joshi Shares His Experince with DWIT Students

28-Sep-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

[caption id="attachment_8762" align="alignleft" width="206"] Photo Courtesy: Barsha Dahal[/caption] DWIT continued their trend to bring experts to share their experience with students. This time Prat ... Read More

KTMJS Meetup 2015

28-Sep-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: Ankit Pradhan KTMJS Developers Meetup – 4 was successfully held on September 26, 2015, Saturday - 11:00 am at NCIT College, Balkumari. There were more than 20 participant in the eve ... Read More

How to Make a Girl Fall in Love with You

28-Sep-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

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Warriors From Earth- Part III

28-Sep-2015

By:admin

Picture Courtesy: Sneha Parajuli At a distant planet, a warrior with a huge sword in his hand was standing in front of thousands of soldiers without any fear or doubts. He was ready to fight against ... Read More

Hunger

28-Sep-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News “Daddy, what are we eating for dinner?” I looked at my daughter. She was hungry and I could clearly see it in her eyes. I wanted to give answers, but I did not have a ... Read More

Opinion on #BackOffIndia

27-Sep-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Picture By: DWIT News It’s not for the first time that India is interfering on Nepal’s matter. Five months back, Twitter was filled with #GoHomeIndianMedia. And now, yet another tweet on Twitter ... Read More

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27-Sep-2015

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App Review: Nepali Troll Generator

25-Sep-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: Nepali Troll Generator App We all can see that people have started creating troll especially in Facebook. It is real fun and people enjoy making trolls in Facebook, Twitter and othe ... Read More

Picture of the Week

21-Sep-2015

By:admin

Art By: Ashish Shrestha (Ashish Shrestha is a second year student studying Computer Engineering in Advanced College of Engineering.) Read More

Heaps of Waste

21-Sep-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Photo Courtesy: Navaraj Kharel Everyday as I pass by the bridges in Kathmandu valley, the breeze of air bring the most irresistible smell. I cover my nose and move on. I see heaps of trash and wastes ... Read More

Hope From New Constitution

21-Sep-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Picture Courtesy: Nikita Gautam We welcome our new constitution with lots of hope, Hope there won’t exist the feeling of I and you anymore, Hope we will all be considered as simply 'Nepali' ... Read More

Reminiscences

21-Sep-2015

By:Manshun Neupane

Maharajgunj, Kathmandu             “I was 11 when they came to see me. He was a cattle rancher. My father agreed to be his in-law. We had heard stories about ... Read More

Entrance Preparation of Engineering and MBBS Have Become Easier With Meroanswer

21-Sep-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Snapshot taken from: meroanswer.com Each year, thousands of students prepare for entrance examination of Engineering and MBBS. However, there are limited seats for Engineering and MBBS, and hence it ... Read More

After a Long Wait: Happy Constitution!

21-Sep-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News A very long wait is finally over—Nepal finally has a new constitution. It took almost a decade for the Constitutional Assembly to come up with a new constitution. The ne ... Read More

Craziness At Its Peak: #DWITFirstProfilePictureChallenge

21-Sep-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Abhusan Gautam DWITians are innovative. Every month, someone comes up with a revolutionary idea that becomes viral and stays as a ‘trend’. In the beginning, the most viral and als ... Read More

Why Take Misleading Morals from Mythical Stories?

21-Sep-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News On Bhadra 30, 2072 (16 September, 2015), Hindu women celebrated 'Teej'. On this day, women fast and pray to lord Shiva (god of destruction in Hindu mythology). Married wom ... Read More

People Do Have Expectations from Constitution

21-Sep-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Picture Collage: DWIT News Finally the constitution, that had made us wait for seven long years, is on the desk. Bhadra 3 was the historical day for all Nepalese. President Ramvaran Yadav formally an ... Read More

What Do You Feel About Having DWIT In Your Locality?

20-Sep-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Here is what the locals said: Ashaman Sangat Social Activist, Chairman of Sandhya Pustakalaya Having a school or college in your locality is itself a good thing. More than that having a reput ... Read More

DeerAwards: The First of its Kind

15-Sep-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo: DeerAwards Winners Photo Courtesy: Navaraj Kharel Fest does not always mean singing, dancing and eating. It means a lot more than that. This time Deerfest was totally different. Some of the s ... Read More

A Look at the Food in Deerfest

15-Sep-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo: Members of food dept. preparing food for the Deerwalkers Photo Courtesy: Navaraj Kharel Deerfest is also known as the food festival in DWIT. The main aim of this event is to entertain the par ... Read More

Deerfest'15: One Worthwhile Deerwalk Day

14-Sep-2015

By:admin

Photo Courtesy: Navaraj Kharel The 13th September Deerwalk Fest, Deerfest 2015, left smiles on the faces of a majority of Deerwalkers.  Let's read what some Deerwalker want to say about the fest. O ... Read More

Picture of the Week

14-Sep-2015

By:admin

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Deer Quiz Conducted as an Opening Program of Deerfest

14-Sep-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Photo: Team Bananana giving response to a quiz question Photo Courtesy: Navaraj Kharel On 13th September, a quiz was conducted by the DeerExpress Club as an opening program for the “Deerfest 2015 ... Read More

Deerfest '15: Till the Music is Gone, Party On!

14-Sep-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Amidst all the hustle and hassle that the Deerwalkers are going through in their college life, there comes a day when we forget them all and enjoy eating, playing, dancing, singing and celebrating tog ... Read More

BSc. CSIT, Second Semester: Board Exams on Such Short Notice

13-Sep-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News There are two things to know before reading this article. This piece is being written by a student of second semester studying BSc. CSIT at DWIT. who is to give the ... Read More

First Round of DWIT Futsal Tournament Successfully Completed

10-Sep-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo: Dipesh Bhandari of Pandas trying to move past Kinar Dahal of Garden FC Photo Courtesy: Ayush Manandhar With lots of drama and excitement, the first ever DWIT Futsal tournament kicked off with ... Read More

The Second DeerFest is on Its Way

07-Sep-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Art By: Shreha Regmi The most-awaited second Deerfest is on its way. It is scheduled for 13th September, 2015. Like the first Deerfest, we will be having mo:mo party. Along with mo:mo, some othe ... Read More

Picture of the Week

07-Sep-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

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Three DWIT News Members Initiated Basic English Speaking Classes for Deerwalk Staffs

07-Sep-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

All Photos By: Navaraj Kharel On 6th September, 2015, three members of DWIT News conducted the first session of the Basic English Speaking Class. The session was attended by 11 Deerwalk staffs among ... Read More

Are the Construction Works in Progress Causing Difficulties to the Students?

07-Sep-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Art By: Sneha Parajuli Nowadays, there are construction works going on in the DWIT premises. Old buildings are being demolished and new ones are going to be made soon. With construction activities in ... Read More

Prioritize Happiness and Lead, Not Follow

07-Sep-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

People live their lives in search of something they want. Some people want wealth, opulence, riches while others want to live their lives in peace. There are also those who want nothing but happiness, ... Read More

Deerwalk ARMS Making a Difference

07-Sep-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Picture Courtesy: DWSWN (Deerwalk Social Welfare Network) It has been more than 4 months since Nepal was struck by a series of earthquakes which took thousands of lives and destroyed many buildings a ... Read More

Biratnagar : The Heart-throb of Eastern Nepal

07-Sep-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

All Photos By: Shila Parajul Biratnagar is a beautiful city. There are many things that have made it beauteous. Though it lacks enough greenery, it has its own unique culture and tradition. Biratnaga ... Read More

The Story of Nepal

07-Sep-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Art By: Nikita Gautam There was a time when I used to login to Facebook, Twitter and other social media, and see people posting hilarious statuses, photos and news that would provide me a sweet break ... Read More

RJ Prajwal Khadka Shares His Experiences with the Students

07-Sep-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo: RJ Prajwal Khadka with DeerExpress team members Photo Courtesy: Anushka Maharjan “Feel free to do anything that you like, but also be ready to face the consequences.” -mentioned by RJ P ... Read More

Menstrual Cramp: The Worst Enemy of Females

31-Aug-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Art By: Nikita Gautam Introduction: Pain and discomfort in the belly and pelvic areas during menstruation is referred as menstrual cramps. The medical term for menstrual cramp is dysmenorrhea. Dysme ... Read More

Waiting for Electricity

31-Aug-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

It’s been years since load shedding at our homes, schools, and work places has been in effect. It’s an invited guest. It comes and goes twice a day and based on a schedule; it comes when the “Ne ... Read More

Get To Know: Sarbin Sayami, A Man of Techniques and Methodologies

31-Aug-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo Courtesy: Sarbin Sayami Sarbin Sayami, one of the reputed faculty members of DWIT is a senior assistant professors at Central Department of Computer Science and Information Technology, Tribhuva ... Read More

The Change in Smartphone Industry

31-Aug-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Mobile tech world is on its giant leap right now. There is no beating to it at the moment. Mobile phones are becoming a fashion statement as well as a must have gadget for many people. From texting to ... Read More

First DWIT Aptitute Test Held

31-Aug-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo Courtesy: Kundan S. Rana Deerwalk Institute of Technology conducted its first DWIT Aptitude Test (DAT) on 26th August 2015. The test is an entrance exam for potential students in the batch of ... Read More

Picture of the Week

31-Aug-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Photo: Unconditional Love comes in any form. Photo Courtesy:Navaraj Kharel                                                                                  ... Read More

Novel Review: Coiling Dragon

31-Aug-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Art By: Ashish Bikram Lamichane Coiling Dragon is a popular Chinese Xianxia (fantasy/ kung fu) written by I ate tomatos and is currently being translated by RWX. This light novel series has 21 book ... Read More

Try Himalayan Java Cafés in Town. You Won’t Regret It!

31-Aug-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News “No coffee can be good in the mouth that does not first send a sweet offering of odor to the nostrils.” -Henry Ward Beecher. There is probably nothing more satisfying ... Read More

If I Had Figured It Out....

30-Aug-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Picture Courtesy: DWIT News It was Sunday, 23rd August, 2015. I would like to call that day a so-called “strike day.” At around 11 a.m., the vehicles were on their way. By looking at the situatio ... Read More

ESPORTS CARNIVAL 2015 Heats Up the Nepali Gamers

30-Aug-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo: The sitting arrangement for gamers in ESC 2015 Photo Courtesy: Abhusan Gautam ESPORTS CARNIVAL 2015, the biggest e-gaming tournament in Nepal, started from 27th August in Civil Mall. It was h ... Read More

Why Did We Even Believe In Them?

30-Aug-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

YES! YES!! YES!!! It is finally happening. Our hard work has really paid off. Diamonds, pearls and gold are raining from the sky. We find mines of various important metals like iron, gold, and silver ... Read More

Get To Know: Trishna Singh, an Active Woman Engineer in Nepal

26-Aug-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo Courtesy: Trishna Singh Trishna Singh, a new faculty member of DWIT is one of the active woman Engineers of Nepal. She completed BE (Electronics & Communication) from Eastern college of E ... Read More

Power Workshop Session III Started

24-Aug-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo: Sailesh Bajracharya assisting a student during the workshop session All Photos by Bijay Kumar Shrestha With the aim of bringing together DWIT students of different levels and Deerwalk Service ... Read More

Friendship

24-Aug-2015

By:Shreha Regmi

Art By: Shreha Regmi What does friendship mean to each one of you? Is it only the state of being friends? Can friendship be defined? These are the questions I am asking myself, and I am determined to ... Read More

Bohara Shares His Shiksha Nepal Journey with Deerwalkers

24-Aug-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

On 20th of August 2015, The DeerExpress Club conducted a talk program in which Education Activist, Prem Bahadur Bohara, shared his experience on how he established a non-profitable organization, Shiks ... Read More

"Expressing is an Art" - DWIT DeerExpress Club

24-Aug-2015

By:DeerExpress Club

Art By: Sneha Parajuli What is freedom to you? To go anywhere you like? To wear whatever you like? To dance wherever you feel comfortable? To love whoever you want? Yes, this may be a simple definiti ... Read More

Regular strikes on Sundays and Mondays interrupt event organized by DWIT Hiking Club

24-Aug-2015

By:admin

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Purpose

24-Aug-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

When there is nothing to be done by me, No. When there is nothing I want nor need to be done by me. I close my eyes and breathe and let myself be taken over be taken over by sleep. No passio ... Read More

Let's Not Misinterpret the Term Martyr

24-Aug-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Picture By: DWIT News On Bhadra 4 2072 (21 August 2015), an important piece of news attracted everyone's attention. It was news about the death of mafia don Kumar Ghainte (Real name: Kumar Shrestha). ... Read More

Delightful Evening with RAW RHYTHMS - Music Club!

24-Aug-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo: Performers getting ready for Raw Rhythms All photos by Sharun Sangat It is said that communication from head to head is through words, but communication from heart to heart is through music a ... Read More

DeerChautari Conducts Powerful Final Year Project Seminar

24-Aug-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo: President Sameer Koirala at Powerful Final Year Project Seminar All Photos By: Navaraj Kharel The DeerChautari Club of Deerwalk Institute of Technology conducted a seminar on Powerful Final Y ... Read More

Technology Saved My Day!

24-Aug-2015

By:Bhishan Bhandari

I have an interesting article for my readers this week. For those who don't already know me, I am a student studying Computer Science at DWIT, currently in the fourth semester. This semester is going ... Read More

Prioritize Happiness and Lead, Not Follow

24-Aug-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

People live their lives in search of something they want. Some people want wealth, opulence, riches while others want to live their lives in peace. There are also those who want nothing but happiness, ... Read More

Auspicious Nepali Festival Makes its 12 Yearly Return

24-Aug-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo: Barha Barsiye Godavari Mela All Photos By: Shila Parajuli Nepal is rich from cultural and religious aspects. There are different festivals celebrated throughout the year. When people talk a ... Read More

Message from a Coffee Mug

24-Aug-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Art By: Nikita Gautam Hello all, my name is coffee mug. I am made up of fine white porcelain. I am creamy white in color. A picture of coffee beans is carved on my body. I even have the word “Coffe ... Read More

Picture of the Week

24-Aug-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Photo: Wooden Bed that none wants to rest in. Photo Courtesy: Navaraj Kharel Read More

Get a Glimpse of Pure Love, Read "The Notebook"

24-Aug-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Picture Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar In the previous issues, I had written about “A Walk to Remember” and “Dear John”. Now, I am here with another romantic book “The Notebook”. The books of N ... Read More

Creating a memorable College Assignment

21-Aug-2015

By:admin

Most particular colleges and universities require you to submit an essay or private assertion in your app. advanced schooling essayIt could possibly sound like a laborious task, and will also cle ... Read More

Dhamala: Working His Way Up Through Hatred

19-Aug-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Picture By: DWIT News There are two kinds of famous people in the world: ones who are genuinely talented and widely appreciated and then those who are hated and have some weird genetic condition and ... Read More

TU’s Lack of Concern Can Affect Students’ Future Success

17-Aug-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Art By: Nikita Gautam Students' effort is directly related to the result they get in the sheet of paper called ‘Mark sheet’. Though, these days people often say - “result does not matter if you ... Read More

"Reading Books Evolves a Person" - DWIT Book Club

17-Aug-2015

By:Book Club

Art By: Sneha Parajuli I was not into books before; I tried to get away from reading. Even thoughts of reading used to give unusual tension to my brains saying you will be bored; there is no fun in i ... Read More

Five Students Selected As Intern Admission Officers

17-Aug-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Picture By: DWIT News As the result of grade 12 is approaching the beginning of new academic session is on the verge too. Colleges are advertising to get more students. Everyday there are some adve ... Read More

Manish Man Singh Shares His Experience With the Students

17-Aug-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo: Manish Man Singh sharing his knowledge with the students Photo Courtesy: DeerExpress Club On 13th August 2015, the Senior Project Manager of Deerwalk Services, Manish Man Singh, shared his ex ... Read More

A Wonderful Sarcastic Art [Click to View]

17-Aug-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

Picture Speaks Art By: Shrijak Shrestha ... Read More

Deerwalk Says Goodbye to G4S

17-Aug-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Picture By: DWIT News G4S has been providing security as well as facility services at Deerwalk since its establishment. But, now they will no longer be staying here at Deerwalk and will end their ser ... Read More

How Can Mud Substitute Food?

17-Aug-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Art By: Shreha Regmi That link on Facebook literally made me cry. And this time the link didn’t direct me to some emotional movie; rather, I was directed to a YouTube video titled “Haitians eat d ... Read More

Dividing Nepal into Federal States will Divide the Country: Really?

17-Aug-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Art By: Nikita Gautam After the news of political parties agreeing on the division of the country into states, many opinions flooded in. In many places strikes broke out in disagreement with the deci ... Read More

The Revolution In The Mobile Tech World

17-Aug-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Mobile tech world is on its giant leap right now. There is no beating to it at the moment. Mobile phones are becoming a fashion statement as well as a must have gadget for many people. From texting to ... Read More

If I Knew that I Had Only One Week to Live

17-Aug-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Birth and death is a natural phenomenon. Anybody who is born in this perishable world has to die someday. We humans have been veiled by the murky destructible outfit since time immemorial. That’s wh ... Read More

“A Foodie or A Shopaholic” If Someone’s Going to Pay for You

17-Aug-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Art By: Nikita Gautam Choosing whether to be foodie or shopaholic for a day is quite hard to decide, provided that someone is going to bear all your expenses. In my opinion, I would be a shopaholic ... Read More

Physics: Above Complex Theories and Mathematics

17-Aug-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Picture By: DWIT News Physics is defined as the study of matter and radiation. Some define it as the oldest and the most basic pure science. Since physics is the most basic pure science, it is very ... Read More

Pretentious Traffic Lights and Good Citizen

17-Aug-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

A good, responsible, upright, able, learned, educated, proficient, qualified, capable, select, choice, commendable citizen follows all rules that he/she knows of, traffic rules included. And of cours ... Read More

Warrior From Earth : Part II

17-Aug-2015

By:admin

Alcuard’s Past: Alcuard was born to Will and Evelynn in a distant land called Raftel. His parents were farmers by profession, and they were poor. He didn’t have an easy childhood. When he was 3, ... Read More

Comparatively Higher Fees at DWIT? Here's the Justification

17-Aug-2015

By:Surendra Nath Adhikari

Special write-up by DWIT Campus Chief, Surendra Nath Adhikari: We have increased the fees for the upcoming batch to assure quality teaching facilities and infra-structure. We have recently doubled t ... Read More

Hike on 9th August Got Cancelled

12-Aug-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

“With the hope to join a hike on Sunday, I registered my name via email. But I was so surprised to know that hike was cancelled.” After the devastating earthquake on 25th April, hiking club at ... Read More

Picture of the Week

11-Aug-2015

By:Sneha Parajuli

Art By: Sneha Parajuli Dogs, the most faithful living beings around. Watch this video and you'll love dogs even more!   ... Read More

Hunger

10-Aug-2015

By:Rejina Kattel

Up to my knowledge, the most terrible thing I know is enduring hunger. However, hunger is not horrible solely for me, but for all life in the universe. The definition of hunger in the sense of food is ... Read More

I Know

10-Aug-2015

By:Akankshya Upadhaya

I know, how flavorsome it tastes how soothing it smells how gorgeous it airs how powerful it feels how complete I celebrate I know, how desirable the universe lights Then I wake up to my real ... Read More

Profiting From Religion

10-Aug-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

Every day, we can find different kinds of religious products like Najar Surakshya Kawaz, Rudrakshya etc. being marketed on the Indian channels such as Zee TV, Colors etc. These advertisements, usual ... Read More

Media Club to be organizing Short Movie Making competition in collaboration with DWIT Movie Club and IT Department.

10-Aug-2015

By:admin

Media Club to be organizing Short Movie Making competition in collaboration with DWIT Movie Club and IT Department. Read More

Members of Glocal Khabar Share Their Story

10-Aug-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo: Glocal Khabar members sharing their story On 6th August 2015, DWIT students of fourth semester got an opportunity to know about Glocal Khabar during the weekly Deertalk event. At the event the ... Read More

“Hike, Explore, Learn, Have Fun!” – The Hiking Club

10-Aug-2015

By:Hiking Club

Picture By: Pema Tamang Hiking Club is one of the enthusiastic clubs formed to organize college hiking events not only to explore places, but to explore self. Since the establishment of the club, it ... Read More

What is Free Stage for? Why Block the Roads for Mass Gathering?

10-Aug-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Picture By: DWIT News On Wednesday during my commute from home to college I took the small inner road from 'City Center' to Putalisadak like always. At the junction of the main road and the smaller r ... Read More

Women Protest for Their Rights

10-Aug-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo: Women strike for their rights On Friday, 8th August, the New Baneshwor road was blocked by a large group of women sitting on the road. They were protesting in the favor of women’s rights tha ... Read More

Book Review - The Infernal Devices

10-Aug-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Collage By: Prakriti Shree Thuladhar  “The Infernal Devices” is a trilogy. It includes ‘The Clockwork Angel’, ‘The Clockwork Prince’ and ‘The Clockwork Princess’. This series has bee ... Read More

Ouch! Reality Hurts!

10-Aug-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

It’s my turn to write an editorial and I flip over the news pages to find some idea about what I should be writing on. On the top of the hit list is, as always, our dear constitution and fight betwe ... Read More

Students’ and Mentors’ Opinions on the Ongoing Research Group Activities

10-Aug-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Art By: Nikita Gautam It has not been long since DWIT started a new initiative. About a month ago, the DWIT students were divided into four different research groups: Rara, Gosainkunda, Begnas and Ph ... Read More

Nepal's Journey And Struggle In Modern Day Cricket

10-Aug-2015

By:Amun Kharel

On 16th March, 2014, Nepal made its 1st world cup appearance which was held in Bangladesh. This was undoubtedly the best sporting moment for the country with only little cricketing facility and which ... Read More

The Magic of Books

10-Aug-2015

By:Shreha Regmi

“I believe in the magic of books. I believe that during certain periods in our lives we are drawn to particular books--whether it's strolling down the aisles of a bookshop with no idea whatsoever of ... Read More

Interview: Umesh Pyakurel

08-Aug-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

[caption id="attachment_5826" align="aligncenter" width="540"] Photo Courtesy: Umesh Pyakurel[/caption] The DWIT News club and DWIT Social Service Club conducted a workshop on creative writing and ar ... Read More

Warrior From Earth : Part I

04-Aug-2015

By:admin

Everyone in Saurae High along with rest of the world watched in disbelief as the battle which was to decide fate of the world was taking place in some distant barren planet. The warrior fighting to pr ... Read More

Google Tech/Entrepreneurship Meetup

03-Aug-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo: The host with the guests at Google Tech/Entrepreneurship Meetup On July 28th, 2015, The Tech Society of Kathmandu organized Google Tech/Entrepreneurship Meetup. The program was organized at ... Read More

Do Not Let Gender Decide Your Fate in the Entrepreneurial Lane

03-Aug-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

The overall mentality of people is changing for the better. Previously, a majority of people held conventional thinking: “I need to work hard because I have got to get a good job in a reputed compan ... Read More

First Love

03-Aug-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Picture By: Subigya Kumar Nepal I was very happy when I first met him after 10 long years. His brown eyes made me fall in love with him at the very first glance. He had an average height, and was som ... Read More

Picture of the Week

03-Aug-2015

By:admin

A group photo of DWIT girls who participated in the Futsal Practice held on 1st August, 2015. Photo Courtesy: Muskan Lamsal Read More

Deerwalk Construction Company Heading Towards Betterment

03-Aug-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo: Deerwalk Construction Company manager at work Photo Courtesy: Utkrista KC Recently, Deerwalk has started Deerwalk Construction Company. The works are being conducted at a good pace. For the ... Read More

After 12

03-Aug-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Art By: Shreha Regmi “You think life is going to get easier after +2? You are still babies, maybe not in diapers but babies nonetheless, who have been spoon-fed and looked after every step of the w ... Read More

UNFOLDED STORIES: EARTHQUAKE NEPAL 2015

03-Aug-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

Unforeseen Life "Am I really flying?  No no this can't be possible. No way!!!" she was whispering in her dreams… "Ranjana baby, get up now. It's 8:15 in the morning aren't you already late for wo ... Read More

Get Intrigued, Read Greek Mythology

03-Aug-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Art By: Nikita Gautam  Heroes, gods and monsters; that sums up every story of Greek Mythology I have ever read. The heroes are ridiculously strong and have the basic “Of course, I am going to win ... Read More

Is Solely Changing One Word a Good Enough Solution?

03-Aug-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Picture By: Dipesh Poudel Eight years after turning Nepal into a secular nation, major political parties in the country have made an informal agreement to replace the word "Secularism" with another a ... Read More

Breaking Promises

03-Aug-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Art By: Nikita Gautam Two friends were having a talk. Eventually, they started to talk about health and fitness. Pranil: You have gone out of shape, Dude. Anil: Yeah, I know I need to exercise. Pr ... Read More

New Nepali Constitution by Mid-August, Really?

03-Aug-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtsey: Abhusan Gautam On July 23, the constituent ended the 15-day campaign to collect suggestions from the people. After the suggestion collection phase, the discussions are still going on. ... Read More

Going Back To Our Childhood

03-Aug-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Art By: Shreha Regmi “Oe, aaija khelna jaau…..” “Aja k khelne hami…” “Hay..khelaula ni j baye pani….guccha, dandibiyo, lukimari…j banchas tehi khelne…..” These words remind m ... Read More

Hail Heisenberg Uncertainty

03-Aug-2015

By:Arjun Dahal

Thou! "Lucretia in my Comos" Nevertheless, thy silence I get stoned and Differentiated Aye, I've got Quantized When thy photon caresses me with Vengence Gravitational Time Dilation Starts Insid ... Read More

How Spend Money On And Invest Safely Each Morning Real Estate Market

01-Aug-2015

By:admin

Jason Hill, aka DJ Bankrupt, lives in Edmonton, Alberta. He provides professional social media management services to record labels, independent artists and small retailers. If received more than ... Read More

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01-Aug-2015

By:admin

Just how do participants make use of hack Clash of Clans Device Everything you need to do is click on the icon more than. When the site cargo, you will realize the hack tool. Afterward, just input ... Read More

Get More Instagram Followers Instantly fast and cheap

30-Jul-2015

By:admin

We dwell in a very globe of social media. To this day, extra than 90 million families use Instagram with a regular basis and also the numbers are growing because of the working day! Regardless if yo ... Read More

Confusion, Mistake, Remorse and a Lesson

27-Jul-2015

By:Barsha Dahal

It is believed that somewhere in this world, people kill trees by cursing them if they are too huge to be cut. Try it yourself, go near to a plant and throw your anger or frustration towards it every ... Read More

Girl’s Futsal: Only Two Willing Candidates. Why?

27-Jul-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Art By: Nikita Gautam It is rare to see girls around us playing games like football and cricket. People talk about girl’s rights, saying girls are not given the same opportunities as boys, and are ... Read More

Strange Fruit

27-Jul-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

Southern trees bear a strange fruit, Blood on the leaves and blood at the root, Black bodies swinging in the southern breeze, Strange fruit hanging from the poplar trees. Pastoral scene of the g ... Read More

Google Tech/Entrepreneurship Meetup To Be Organized on 28th July

27-Jul-2015

By:admin

Google Tech/Entrepreneurship Meetup To Be Organized on 28th July. Read More

Deerwalk Construction Company To Be Hiring Interns From DWIT.

27-Jul-2015

By:admin

Deerwalk Construction Company To Be Hiring Interns From DWIT. Read More

DWIT Students Enjoy Talk Session by Lava Kafle, A Man with Positive Vibes and Jovial Nature

27-Jul-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Photo: Lava Kafle shares his experience Photo Courtesy: DWIT News All the Deerwalkers are always amazed to see an enthusiastic and smiley Lava Kafle, the Solutions Architect at Deerwalk Inc., at the ... Read More

A Walk to Remember

27-Jul-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

I am here with the review of next book by Nicholas Spark, “A Walk to Remember”. I now have an obsession towards his books. Nicholas Sparks is the master of romantic novels. The main theme behind ... Read More

Picture of the Week

27-Jul-2015

By:admin

Photo: A circular rainbow surrounding the sun Photo Courtesy: Ashish Shrestha Read More

Three DWIT Students Working as Deerwalk Interns Share Their Experience

27-Jul-2015

By:admin

DWIT students usually get internship offers from Deerwalk Services that they can apply to. About some months ago, out of five students who had applied for the internship offer as developer for DeerARM ... Read More

Book Review: Crime and Punishment

27-Jul-2015

By:Sushant Chitrakar

Crime and punishment was written by Russian author Fyodor Dostoyevsky in 1866 and is one of the most influential novels in the literary world. While reading this story you can sense the Russian cultur ... Read More

Nepal Banda: A Necessity or a Liability?

27-Jul-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtsey: Abhusan Gautam The Communist Party, led by Netra Bikram Chand, declared a national level strike (Nepal Banda) last Friday, 25th July.  The disagreement on the conditions of the const ... Read More

ADBL Faces Problem Due to Road Expansion

27-Jul-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo: A Notice pasted on wall of ADBL, Bagbazar on 24 July Photo Courtesy: Dipesh Poudel Usually, Bagbazar branch of Agriculture Development Bank Ltd. (ADBL) is a very busy branch office of ADBL. H ... Read More

Book Review: Eleanor and Park

27-Jul-2015

By:Rojan Maharjan

Eleanor and Park is a young adult novel written by Rainbow Rowell and published in 2013. Critically acclaimed since its release, the writer has received several honors and praises from famous writers ... Read More

The Time Traveler's Realization

27-Jul-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Sean punched the wall as hard as he could with tears rolling down his cheeks. Sean could not do it no matter how hard he tried. He used to believe nothing was impossible, now that belief was fading aw ... Read More

How to Paraphrase Correctly

27-Jul-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

On a daily basis, students are given assignments by teachers. Those assignments come with a certain deadline by which they need to be submitted. As a student, some of us have a habit of starting the a ... Read More

Hope, It’s All That Keeps You Alive

27-Jul-2015

By:Shreeyans Lodha

In this mighty world, in a small town, there lived a teenager; he was confident, young and smart. He had achieved a lot in many aspects of his life and was living a happy, confident life. He was movin ... Read More

Mobile Applications Edge Over Desktop Applications

27-Jul-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

21st Century is known as the century of technology and development. Though the 19th century was the beginning of technology and development, 21st century has given a new height to technology and advan ... Read More

Meeting Held in the Deerwalk Premises: Suggestion Collection on Draft of Constitution

21-Jul-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo: Gagan Thapa conversing with the attendees of meeting Photo Courtesy: Shila Parajuli On 17th July, Friday, local authorities held meeting regarding the suggestion collection from public on ... Read More

Time, Opportunities and Mistake

20-Jul-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News The world where we all live in, the place where we are living now and the time that we are enjoying now always change. We all have heard many times that the most powerful ... Read More

Say NO to Animal Sacrifice!

20-Jul-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Art By: Aasha Poudel “I am a living being and I am afraid of dying. Moreover, I am afraid of dying a cruel death.” We all find it painful and unjustifiable when someone dies a cruel and unfortun ... Read More

Sports Through Thick And Thin

20-Jul-2015

By:Amun Kharel

I had no cable connection on my TV when I was in the 4th grade when other kids actively watched cartoons and bragged about cartoons in school and I always used to imagine what it would be like  to ha ... Read More

Picture of the Week

20-Jul-2015

By:admin

Try and caption it in the comment section below. :) Art By: Ashish Shrestha. Ashish Shrestha is a student studying in the Advanced College of Engineering. Read More

Dear John by Nicholas Spark – Loved Every Part of It!

20-Jul-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar “Though I knew she loved and cared for me, I suddenly understood that even love and caring weren’t always enough. They were the concrete bricks of a relationshi ... Read More

Sports Club Finally Organizes a Football Event

20-Jul-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo: DWITians enjoy football after a long break Photo Courtesy: Sumit Shrestha On July 19, 2015 'The Sports club' of DWIT had organized a football event. The event was held at TIA Ground, Hattigau ... Read More

Sense of an Eye

20-Jul-2015

By:Rejina Kattel

Like everything in the universe, our eyes too narrate a story. The structural and anatomical utility of the eye is vision communicating between the world within us and the world outside us. However, t ... Read More

What True Motivation Is

20-Jul-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News When you are down and out in your life and feel that you have nothing to live for, someone with a smile comes along and gives you a lecture on how you can turn your back on ... Read More

Perspective

20-Jul-2015

By:Bharti Ojha

Everything you do, think or want to say to others reflects your perspective on that matter. There is nothing wrong or right about the subject matter in that situation, it’s just your perspective. Ev ... Read More

The Confession I Never Made

20-Jul-2015

By:Nisha Dhungana

“Oh no, this can’t be it. I can’t do this to myself, not again. I can’t fall in love. Not again,” I said to myself as I forced myself to sleep. Its already 1 in the morning, and I am lying ... Read More

Movie Review : Bahubali

20-Jul-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo Courtesy : www.chitramala.in Baahubali is one of the most awaited Indian movies of 2015. It is the most expensive Indian movie ever made. It took 3 years to complete the movie. This movie has t ... Read More

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19-Jul-2015

By:admin

What are they are familiar with?Best custom essay writing service for all students is HERE!Check out our online video!We are required tutors who are experienced in their specialization, expert in th ... Read More

Interview: Hilary Towle | English Lecturer, DWIT

14-Jul-2015

By:admin

Photo: Hilary Towle Q) Can you introduce yourself? My name is Hilary Towle and I'm the new English Lecturer here at DWIT. I was born on January 25th and I am from Cary, North Carolina. I lived i ... Read More

DWIT Opinion Poll on Nation's Secularism

13-Jul-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: DWIT News Nepal was a Hindu state until the reestablished parliament decided that Nepal would be a secular state. This became a controversial topic. On one side there were people who ... Read More

Why People Hate Game Requests on Facebook

13-Jul-2015

By:Amun Kharel

The moment you take a selfie, you are so excited to post it on Facebook.  You are in need of instant and spontaneous feedback on the same face from thousands of different camera angles. As soon as yo ... Read More

“The Internationals" Down-Low: Everything You Need to Know About the Tournament

13-Jul-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

The Internationals? Everything has its biggest event—the World Cup for footballers and Cricketers, Wrestle Mania for WWE fanatics, and for us DOTA 2 players it’s The Internationals. The Internati ... Read More

Work, Money and Food – A Sequence to Follow to Live Life

13-Jul-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo: People involved in demolishing the house that got damaged in the Earthquake; this is the most common work people are involved in nowadays and is a good source of income WORK, MONEY and FOOD, ... Read More

Picture of the Week

13-Jul-2015

By:admin

Art By: Darpan Chaudhary   Read More

Practical Examinations of Fifth Semester Students End

13-Jul-2015

By:admin

News Snippet: Practical Examinations of Fifth Semester Students End Read More

Batch 2017 to be starting their fourth semester from 13th July, 2015

13-Jul-2015

By:admin

News Snippet: Batch 2017 to be starting their fourth semester from 13th July, 2015 Read More

Journey of Nepal: From Civil War to Federalism

12-Jul-2015

By:Rejina Kattel

Considering and bearing country's current scenario, we people are bowled over and have jingoistic heart thumps more than regular. After the eradication of 240-year-old monarchy system of Nepal and dea ... Read More

Jumping In

12-Jul-2015

By:Hilary Towle

The first words that came to mind after attending this past week’s DWIT News Club meeting were, “organized,” “motivated,” and “energized.” Having just arrived on campus as the English fa ... Read More

A Love Story that Never Actually Began

12-Jul-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Art By: Nikita Gautam Same old street, same old people….Walking down the same road every day is kind of boring, but I didn’t know that my life would change so much from just a meeting with you. ... Read More

About Birthdays

12-Jul-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo Courtesy: Ruby Shrestha On birthdays, you get cakes, gifts and good wishes. You get something in return for being born. That’s a sad way to think about birthdays. I didn’t feel so good ... Read More

Picture of the Week

06-Jul-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

"Bird is powered by its own life and by its motivation" - Unknown  Read More

DWITians' Opinion About Leisure

06-Jul-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

We asked the second semester students at DWIT for their suggestions on how to best utilize the leisure time that they are having these days. What do you think will be the best way to utilize the leis ... Read More

Movie Review: Focus (2015)

06-Jul-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Photo Courtesy: http://www.imdb.com Focus is a 2015 romantic comedy movie. It is written and directed by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa. It stars Margot Robbie as Jess Barrett and Will Smith as Nicky S ... Read More

Stand for What You Believe is Right!

06-Jul-2015

By:Ashma Pokharel

Photo: Nobel Medical College - 'Hamro Shram ko Samman, Santipurna Abhiyan' Educational Institute / College- A large tree and Student-Fruits; students are the future outcomes of educational institutes ... Read More

Life, From My Perspective

06-Jul-2015

By:Rejina Kattel

Life is straightforward to verbalize but truly, it is hard-hitting to understand. From birth to death, choices are put down making life impediment. I actually don’t discern what life is although I a ... Read More

DWIT Heading Off with a New Initiative

06-Jul-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo Courtesy: http://www.tabletmag.com/ Few days back, we all were divided into four groups and each group has been assigned a mentor. I am in group Phewa. The division was made with the directive ... Read More

Fifth and Third Semester Students Soon to Face Practical Examinations

06-Jul-2015

By:admin

Fifth and Third Semester Students Soon to Face Practical Examinations Read More

Plagiarism Leads to Student Suspension

06-Jul-2015

By:admin

Plagiarism Leads to Student Suspension. Read More

My Passion for Books

06-Jul-2015

By:Sameer Koirala

I don't remember the exact date I started reading novels but I can confidently say that I have read more than 100 novels. Now, how did it all start? I think it’s because of my passion for stories. I ... Read More

The Highlights of Copa America 2015

06-Jul-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo Courtesy: http://www.skysports.com A month long South American Continental cup, Copa America has ended dramatically this Saturday night by welcoming the new champions, Chile. The home team has ... Read More

An Interview With Abhishek Gupta about "The Request Tracker"

06-Jul-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

This is the second application that the college administration has proposed to the students. It is called “The Request Tracker” and will be led by Abhishek Gupta, a 3rd year student. Here are ... Read More

Diversity of Food with Festival

05-Jul-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://waahtv.com/ Nepal is a country with great cultural diversity. There are many different communities and they celebrate different festivals. In one way or the other, each festiv ... Read More

Thoughts

05-Jul-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: http://www.couriermail.com.au/ As I waited, in the first floor of the City hospital, millions of thoughts racing through my mind, I remembered the day, a few weeks back, I hit the gr ... Read More

What is it To Become a News Reporter?

05-Jul-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

The current issues regarding how a mid-aged woman feels humiliated due to the pictures and video circulating all over the media and how preferences are given to the high profiled person’s safety whe ... Read More

Nepali Society and the Problems Around It

01-Jul-2015

By:Bijaya Kumar Shrestha

I did not pay much attention to that email but it made me think a lot. About a month ago, I received an email from one of the European organization that provides scholarship for further studies in Eur ... Read More

Cheating is Bad, But Abusing is a Crime

29-Jun-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: http://www.sodahead.com/ Imagine the scenario that has been reflected below, which is not just an imagination but it is reality. Exam hall was full of students; most of them were bu ... Read More

Deerwalk Construction Company Soon to Get On Board

29-Jun-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: http://jellybeanangel2.blogspot.com/ Keeping the consequences of the recent Earthquake under consideration, Rudra Pandey, the Chairman of Deerwalk and DWIT, has come up with yet anoth ... Read More

Picture of the Week

29-Jun-2015

By:admin

Expansion activity in progress in the Deerwalk premises Read More

Deerwalkers' Opinion on Canteen Services

29-Jun-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://deerwalkfoods.com/ Deerwalk Foods provides and serves quality foods to the staff of Deerwalk Services as well as the students of Deerwalk Institute of Technology (DWIT). Sin ... Read More

Pressure and Hardship

29-Jun-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Spoon-fed generation, is what our generation is. We are totally unaware about the correlation between pressure and responsibility. The real world, that is waiting for us, doesn't run on the flashiness ... Read More

DWIT Social Service Club to be Starting a Plant Nursery Soon

29-Jun-2015

By:admin

DWIT Social Service Club to be Starting a Plant Nursery Soon Read More

Shadow of the Past: Part 1 Fateful Encounter

29-Jun-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

I stretched my hands towards my glass, wore it and stood up from the bed. As I woke up from the bed, I thanked god for the beautiful yesterday and prayed for the well being of me and my beloved ones i ... Read More

Things We Learned After The Quarterfinals of Copa America

29-Jun-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: https://en.wikipedia.org The quarterfinals of the Copa America have created some fierce rivals. Brazil is knocked out by Paraguay for the second successive time as they were in the ... Read More

Final Term Examination of Fifth Semster Completed

29-Jun-2015

By:admin

Final Term Exam of Fifth Semster Has Been Completed Read More

Invigilator’s Rage towards Students Breaking Exam Rule Invited Chaos

29-Jun-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://lordsoflexicon.blogspot.com/ On 24th June 2015, Wednesday, students of third semester studying BSC.CSIT in colleges inside the Kathmandu Valley were giving examination of Obje ... Read More

Three More DWIT Students Selected As Deerwalk Interns

28-Jun-2015

By:admin

Three More DWIT Students Selected As Deerwalk Interns. News in detail in next week's issue. Read More

Not All Fashion Bless Our Health

28-Jun-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: https://www.behance.net/ Every girl craves for the skyscraping high heels. Not long ago, the heels were reserved for special occasions but now they have become a part of everyday rou ... Read More

Discovering Myself as a Pluviophile

28-Jun-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo Courtesy: http://world-beautifulwallpapers.blogspot.com/ Rainy season is back again whistling all around. The situation gets problematic if we walk out of our houses without umbrella or rainco ... Read More

Let's Promise

24-Jun-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo: Let us all join our hands for betterment Photo Courtesy: https://joininghandsnepal.wordpress.com/ A story based on the recent quake in Nepal Three days after the devastating earthquake hit ... Read More

Youth Join Hands to Show That 'We Are All Together'

24-Jun-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Photo: A glimpse of the program Photo Courtesy: Yunish Thapa May 13, 2015 Jhumka, Nepal The group of young enthusiast school and high school students of Ramdhuni-Bhasi Municipality organized a can ... Read More

Rising Problems and Difficulties Around

24-Jun-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo: An elderly lady along with her daughter in law living in the tents Photo Courtesy: Prakash Singh Although it has been many days since we have last felt a major shock, these constant aftersh ... Read More

Temporary Houses For The Earthquake Survivors

24-Jun-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

All Photos By: Kundan Shumsher Rana With the recent earthquakes many people in Nepal have lost their houses. They are left to fend for themselves and they do not have any place to stay other than ins ... Read More

Four Media Club Students to be On Air at Kantipur F.M.

24-Jun-2015

By:admin

Photo Courtesy: http://radio.nepal.fm/kantipur/ Four students from DWIT Media Club, namely, Sneha Parajuli of second year, Akankshaya Upadhyaya, Anushka Maharjan and Ankit Karki of first year, are v ... Read More

Post-Earthquake Rehabilitation Works Gaining Momentum

24-Jun-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo: Volunteers of Rotary Club at work Photo Courtesy: Suryaraj Timsina In the current context of Nepal, heavy rainfall is adding to the problems of people who are homeless as a result of the ... Read More

App Review: Assist Nepal

24-Jun-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo: Home page of Assist Nepal Photo Courtesy: Abhishek Gupta ReNepal, Re building a disaster-ready 21st Century Nepal had recently organized a hackathon in order to use technology to overcome the ... Read More

Media Club Members Share their Experience About their Visit to Kantipur FM Station

24-Jun-2015

By:admin

Photo: Four Media Club members who visited the Kantipur FM Station Photo Courtesy: Media Club On 27th May, 2015 Wednesday, I along with three members of The Media Club went to visit Kantipur FM loca ... Read More

Four Media Club Members Visit Kantipur FM Station

24-Jun-2015

By:Sneha Parajuli

Photo: Four Media Club members with RJ Prajwal Khadka On 27th of May, four members of the Media Club visited the station of Kantipur FM situated at Pulchowk. Their plan was to meet RJ Prajwol Khadka, ... Read More

Is This Over Or Should We Be Even More Prepared ?

24-Jun-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Photo Courtesy: https://www.awesomestories.com Humankind is fragile and poor against the nature. All of a sudden everything changed and things got disoriented for the people of Nepal. People we ... Read More

Only Dead Fish Go With the Flow

24-Jun-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo Courtesy: http://www.pixteller.com/ This article is not going to be about the “water pollution” caused by the dying of fish. But let’s waste the first paragraph thinking about it though. ... Read More

Picture of the Week

24-Jun-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Like a butterfly, I am growing and changing and finding my true colors in life. I am finding my wings so that I can fly! Read More

Oedipus Rex: A Fine Greek Play

24-Jun-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo Courtesy: www.youtube.com Oedipus Rex is one of the finest Greek tragedies. Seeing a play about Odeipus, Sophocles Anthenian audience will instantly know that the play comes from the cycle of ... Read More

Anime Review : Psycho-Pass

24-Jun-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Photo Courtesy: www.zerochan.net A world where everything is decided for you, your future, your work and where you belong. Can you imagine yourself living in that world? Psycho pass is an anime serie ... Read More

Post Earthquake Building Clinic and Awareness Program Held At Deerwalk Premises

24-Jun-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo: Participants and volunteers gather for photo shoot after the completion of the event Photo Courtesy: Prabhat Regmi Deerwalk hosted the second series of “Post Earthquake Building Clinic and ... Read More

Reality, Delusion And The Truth We Seek

24-Jun-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo Courtesy: https://missrana.wordpress.com Now and then we tend to ignore the simple facts and live in our own made up reality. This is the human behavior and we are not far from this practice ... Read More

Most Common Applications For Earthquake Info

24-Jun-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

[gallery ids="7035,7036,7037,7038"] “Did you feel the last aftershock?” Everyone is shouting for it. Someone might have missed the temblor but there are different applications that miss out on ... Read More

Life Goes On…..

24-Jun-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://inspirationboost.com/ A day same as usual, I walk the same busy road and do the same usual work. However, never had I thought that one day I would wake up and suddenly find my ... Read More

Right Next To Me

24-Jun-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

First Verse: Do you remember the good old days? the first time I saw that pretty face and when you smiled (when you smiled) all my troubles would fade away no there's no denial(no denial) with ... Read More

Trending Mobile Games

24-Jun-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo Courtesy: Sabin Pathak What is the talk of the town among friends? - The things that we are hanging out with? Definitely, it’s not about anybody. It’s all about the mobile games that we p ... Read More

Series Review : Silicon Valley

24-Jun-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo Courtesy : http://www.marketwatch.com/ Silicon Valley is an American TV series created by Mike Judge, John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky. It is about the world of  technology. It teaches  how ... Read More

Major Highlights of Alok Koirala During His Tenure at DWIT

24-Jun-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo : Alok Koirala During His Speech at IT4D Conference Photo Courtesy: Bimal Gaire Alok Koirala, the head of Research and Development (R &D) Department is no more a part of DWIT. He had been ... Read More

It's Summer: Go Swimming, Get Revived!

24-Jun-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo Courtesy: http://www.leisurecentre.com/ Summer is back again! We may all wonder how to spend time on weekends chilling out. It gets on our nerves to even walk for minutes in hot weather. We al ... Read More

Picture of the Week

24-Jun-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

Only mesmerizing nature can mute your brain and float you with its beauty. BEAUTIFUL NEPAL: POKHARA SUNSET PHEWA LAKE Read More

Does Success Start and End With a Report Card?

24-Jun-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo Courtesy : www.123rf.com “Its all about the end result” , “Work can only be judged by the result it produces”, “You cannot measure the intellect of a person. The only thing you can ... Read More

My love Towards Nepali Novels

23-Jun-2015

By:Nisha Dhungana

Being a part of the Book Club has turned me into a book lover; now, I love spending my time reading novels.  Initially, I was inspired to read by my elder sister. Since childhood, she used to read no ... Read More

Open House Session I Successfully Conducted at DWIT

22-Jun-2015

By:admin

.Open House Session was conducted at DWIT Read More

They Called Me An Idiot

22-Jun-2015

By:Bijaya Kumar Shrestha

Generally, it is very hard to take decision regarding the matters like returning back to Nepal from western countries and having an inter-cast marriage in the Nepalese society. These things create dil ... Read More

What Students Expect From the To-Be English Faculty Member, Hilary Towle

22-Jun-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Menosh Appl, the DWIT News Club Mentor and English Faculty Member at DWIT, has went back to the states after the devastating earthquake. She had an inspiring personality and the students have in fact ... Read More

A Farmer's Story

15-Jun-2015

By:Sunil Shrestha

"I am a sheep because I never use my mind. I work and work and work even more, but I do not know why I am working. I am innocent and others feel very proud of me. I was born to work in the field and i ... Read More

Students' View on the Ongoing and Scheduled Examinations So Soon After the Quake

15-Jun-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Despite the recent devastating earthquake, the educational institutions are not putting a brake on their motion. Examination Boards have started conducting Board Examinations of high school and colleg ... Read More

Speed Reading

15-Jun-2015

By:Nirmal KC

How cool would it be if you could read something really fast? It will just take your five minutes to learn something. This can be done using speed reading. From its name it is clear that speed reading ... Read More

App Review: Forest Monitor and Mapping System

09-Jun-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: Abhishek Gupta Recently, NASA Space App Challenge has been successfully completed. It is an annual event held in more than 150 cities around the world. In this app challenge partici ... Read More

Deerwalkers Give Suggestions to People Living with "The Earthquake Fear"

08-Jun-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

April 25, 2015 was the blackest day in the history of our country. Everywhere we looked, there were tears, grief and fear. The country had lost many of her citizens and many of the cultural and histor ... Read More

CL Final From a Football Fan's Perspective

08-Jun-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

The countdown had begun. Probably the most awaited match of the year was about to start. Barcelona and Juventus were going head to head to claim the title. The atmosphere in Berlin was electric; foo ... Read More

Meditation-A Need Today!

08-Jun-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo Courtesy: http://bereanresearch.org/ There is no doubt that the meditation word 'meditation' is familiar with everyone. Then what actually is meditation? The answers may be: thinking nothing ... Read More

Re-Experiencing the Earthquake

08-Jun-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

As I woke up, and stood up stretching myself towards the rays of sun peeking through my window, I felt the warmth of golden light. The sky was clear and blue and everything was was quiet and peaceful. ... Read More

Souls That Will Never Rest In Peace

08-Jun-2015

By:Sunil Shrestha

Lately, most of the men are praying for my soul to rest in peace in heaven, but how can I rest in peace for I am buried alive in the mud.  I  have been trapped like a mouse. I stay alive crying and ... Read More

Music Club to be Organizing a Karaoke Event

08-Jun-2015

By:admin

Music club is back in action. It’s been a long time since DWIT students had had fun in college. Therefore keeping that in mind, amidst the repercussions of recent earthquake, the DWIT Music Club is ... Read More

Pre-Board of DWIT Third Semester Students Commences from 11th June, 2015

08-Jun-2015

By:admin

Pre-Board of DWIT Third Semester Students Commences from 11th June, 2015. Read More

Let’s Read What the Directors of Our Daily Drama Have to Say

31-May-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Live reporting from the studio “Aayo Hai Aayo Taaja Khabar Aayo!!” Scene 1 Earthquake: I am the greatest and most fearful. Weather: Even I am not less. Why should I miss the chance to scare t ... Read More

Looking Back at Our Efforts in Helping the Earthquake Victims

28-May-2015

By:Binam Subedi

"You have months, even years, but nothing changes, a speck if you don't go anywhere or do anything new. Yet time can hit you with a day or an hour, or even a week when so much happens; it's almost lik ... Read More

How To Root Lg Android Phone at Root Funder

27-May-2015

By:admin

In this article you'll select the tried and true Android preferred which happens to be nonetheless present-day and favored, and not the hottest varieties. If you're purchasing a cellular phone purel ... Read More

Shree Krishna Janmastami

26-May-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Krishna Janmastami is the ecstatic celebration of lord Krishna’s birth. This festival fall on 8th day of Krishna Pakshya on the month of Shravan according to Hindu calendar and on the month of Augus ... Read More

Recent Quake Has Taught Nepalese Significant Lessons

22-May-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

The disastrous earthquake of magnitude 7.8 hit Nepal on Saturday 12th of Baisakh, killed over 8,000 people, injured thousands and even led to a deadly avalanche on the Mount Everest. The high skyscrap ... Read More

Bungamati After the Quakes

20-May-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo: The Bungamati area after the earthquake Photo Courtesy: Ruby Shrestha Bungamati, the area where Goddess Rato Machhindranath and her mother reside in, also comes under one of the many places ... Read More

College essays

20-May-2015

By:admin

This particular portion of your essay should be longer than the opposing side.The Fleet Reserve Association Essay Contest asks 7th through 12th grade students to write an essay up to 350 words on a ... Read More

The Aftermath: Post Traumatic Stress

18-May-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo: People living under the tents after the massive earthquake  Photo Courtesy: Ruby Shrestha The massive earthquake of 7.9 Richter Scale along with many after shocks have left a big scar on N ... Read More

Is Nepal Prone to Earthquakes?

14-May-2015

By:Bijaya Kumar Shrestha

Photo: Nepal Earthquake 2015 Photo Courtesy: http://edition.cnn.com/ Nepal is a landlocked, seismic prone country and the earthquake risk is very high. Geologists say, “The main reason behind ear ... Read More

Earthquake shattered the dreams of Chaute VDC – Nuwakot

14-May-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo: Scenes around Chaute VDC - Nuwakot All Photos By: Pratik Budathoki  After the massive earthquake in Nepal, the  district of Nuwakot has become a place full of suffering. The district has c ... Read More

Nayapool Bikash Samiti Does Not Back Off From Helping the Quake Victims

13-May-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

On 2nd May, Nayapool Bikash Samiti, around 40km from Pokhara, decided to collect money from the people of Nayapool, Pokhara to donate to the victims of the earthquake. They collected NRs. 50,000 to he ... Read More

Khokana, Yet Another Victim of the Massive Earthquake

11-May-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo: Khokana area after the earthquake Photo Courtesy: Ruby Shrestha After having explored Bungamati, an area excessively impacted by the quake of 25th April, we couldn’t help ignore Khokana. Kh ... Read More

Android How To Root

11-May-2015

By:admin

Android relies on Linux. On Linux along with other UNIX-like running units, the root person is equivalent to your Administrator person on Home windows. The root person has access to your complete wo ... Read More

Deerwalk Social Welfare Network: The Effort Continues...

10-May-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Part II The following are the actions taken by DWSWN from 4th May to 9th May. Day 8 (4th May) [caption id="attachment_6582" align="aligncenter" width="960"] Volunteers with some food materials ... Read More

Deerwalk Social Welfare Network: Providing Aid to the Survivors

10-May-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

All Photos By: Deerwalk Social Welfare Network Deerwalk Social Welfare Network (DWSWN) is a welfare network dedicated to serve the communities in Nepal. Currently, it seeks to help the survivors of t ... Read More

Uncertain Life, Unexpected Earthquake and Unbearable Pain

10-May-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo: Historical monument Darahara demolished by earthquake. Nepalese Pride ruined away. All Photos By: Ashmita Kunwar “Life is what happens to you while you are busy making other plans.” - Joh ... Read More

The Earthquake Diary

10-May-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtesy: http://news.harvard.edu/ I woke up disappointed with the loss in my last DOTA 2 match. I was in a 10-games-unbeaten run when I lost, so it was heartbreaking. I was in a pretty bad moo ... Read More

Let’s Read What the Volunteers Have to Say

07-May-2015

By:admin

Photo: Barsha Dahal and Abhishek Khatiwada along with other volunteers Photo Courtesy: Barsha Dahal [caption id="attachment_6506" align="alignleft" width="177"] Photo Courtesy: Barsha D.[/ca ... Read More

From Small Conversations To Significant Information

07-May-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo: Having quality conversation with the smiley bajai Photo Courtesy: Sneha Parajuli Sometimes, even small conversations open door to significant information. Having brief conversation with th ... Read More

Volunteering Around Bhaktapur Bajar

06-May-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo: Heading off for work in the Bhaktapur Bajar area Photo Courtesy: Ruby Shrestha After everything at home was set back to near-to-normal state, I, along with my cousin, decided to walk out of t ... Read More

Earthquake 2072- Thuldanda (A Village in Nuwakot District)

05-May-2015

By:Bijaya Kumar Shrestha

Photo: Current lifestyle of people in Thuldanda All Photos By: Bijaya Kumar Shrestha I was standing in front of the mirror and saying, “I have to rejoin the Gym”. Sabitri replied, “Bijaya…. ... Read More

Living Every Day with A Vivid Nightmare

05-May-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: http://www.bubblews.com/ “I tell you, this is the scariest movie I have ever watched,” I was telling my younger cousin Ashish who came to visit us on vacation because he recently ... Read More

Doing Our Part at Kalmochan Temple

04-May-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo: DWITians on site after the day's work All Photos By: Sumit Shrestha On 3rd May, a team of staff and students from DWIT went to Kaalmochan Temple located at Thapathali. We went there to do ou ... Read More

Sankhu and Its People

04-May-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo: Relief work in progress Photo Courtesy: Hitesh Karki On 25th April, Nepal was hit by a devastating earthquake that shook the ground causing mass panic and hysteria. It was a massive earthquak ... Read More

Nepal Earthquake 2015: What They Were Doing

04-May-2015

By:admin

Photo: Nepal Earthquake 2015 Photo Courtesy: http://www.ibtimes.com/ Hello LUCKY ones, the ones who did not get engulfed by the quake of 25th April in Nepal and are doing fine reading this article. ... Read More

DWIT News Expresses Deepest Condolences

04-May-2015

By:admin

The pain of loss is something that none can escape, but what we can do is make people feel that they're not alone. So help your community in every way possible. We, the DWIT News team members, expr ... Read More

7.8 Magnitude Thrust Impinges Mangalbazar and Surrounding Communities

04-May-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo: View of Mangalbazar area after the earthquake All Photos By: Ruby Shrestha The unexpected and unwanted guest of 25th April 2015, Saturday, overwhelmed the Nepali motherland and its citizens. ... Read More

Interview Tips for Getting Into Deerwalk

21-Apr-2015

By:admin

Photo Courtesy: https://senior-care-central.com/ According to the Everest List, Deerwalk ranks second among the top 10 IT companies in Nepal. Having been established just six years ago, that is, in ... Read More

My Passion, My Life

20-Apr-2015

By:Sumit Shrestha

“Individual game can win a game but teamwork wins championship”- Micheal Jordan  Everyday I wake up and I watch NBA. It inspires me a lot and I wonder when I would be like them (the players). I ... Read More

Cheena Harayeko Manche : An Autobiography

20-Apr-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo courtesy: http://sumanbhandari.com/ Cheena Harayeko Manche is an autobiography of one of the most shining comedy artist of Nepal, Hari Bansha Acharya. This book reveals the history behind t ... Read More

The Beautiful Scar: Chapter-5 'Lie is Caught'

20-Apr-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://thetechpanda.com "What do you mean by I don't have to lie to you?” Basanta lashed out breaking their hug. “You think that I came up with some story to justify what I did? ... Read More

Big Data Workshop Completed After Six Extensive Classes

20-Apr-2015

By:admin

Big Data Workshop completed After Six Extensive Classes Read More

Students Share Their Experience About The Basketball Training

20-Apr-2015

By:admin

Photo Courtesy: Sports Club On 19th April 2015, the Sports Club organized the largely anticipated Basketball Training. We have covered many things related to it and many students were eagerly waiti ... Read More

Hard Work Triumphs over Talent

20-Apr-2015

By:Sumedh Shakya

The battle of words is still going on among people to decide which one is more important, talent or hard work. If these two were chemical elements, then the periodic table would have been lonesome wit ... Read More

Picture of the Week

20-Apr-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

Art By: Nikita Gautam Read More

Deerwalk Canteen soon to be renovated

20-Apr-2015

By:admin

Deerwalk Canteen soon to be renovated Read More

DeerExpress Club and DeerCoders ready to take off for new sessions

20-Apr-2015

By:admin

DeerExpress Club and DeerCoders ready to take off for new sessions Read More

Love, Relationship and Youths

20-Apr-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Photo Courtesy: http://www.slideshare.net/ I do not have some spiritual love knowledge or something as so either but I have some clear perceptions regarding love. Love and relationships today among ... Read More

"Arresting God in Kathmandu" : Reviewing Chapters

20-Apr-2015

By:admin

Photo Courtesy: http://ifthebagfits.com/ THE LIMPING BRIDE Rohit Bajimaya In this particular chapter of Arresting God in Kathmandu, the writer has expressed his views of typical culture of Nepal ... Read More

How Public Vehicles Have Made Us Culturally Rich

20-Apr-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: http://www.ekantipur.com/ I travel through public vehicles every day. I have been doing so for a long period of time like rest of the average Nepalese people. There are many people ... Read More

Riding on the Waves

20-Apr-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo: Group photo before rafting Photo Courtesy: Nepal Rafting Center We were pretty excited when our raft guide told us we had three consecutive rapids coming up and one of them called offset2 w ... Read More

Book Club Starts a New Journey with "CRIME AND PUNISHMENT"

20-Apr-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

Photo Courtesy : http://img1.imagesbn.com/ After completing "Arresting God In Kathmandu" by a Nepali writer, Samrat Upadhyay, the Book Club has moved on to another book by a Russian author Fyodor ... Read More

Care For Your Hair

20-Apr-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo Courtesy: http://beautifulwomenandhealthy.blogspot.in/ Summer is on and so are the hair problems. The chances of our hair getting vulnerable to damage increases with heat, sweat and pollution ... Read More

Health and Beauty Tips for Summer

20-Apr-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://www.fashable.org A long day loaded with infinite fun is something special about summer season. It is a time of enhanced enjoyment. We all love summer sun and temperatures becau ... Read More

The District Behind the Himalayas

20-Apr-2015

By:Bijaya Kumar Shrestha

Mustang District is a part of Dhaulagiri Zone and located to the North of Annapurna at an average altitude of 4,000m. Mustang is called “Himal Pariko Jilla” which means the district behind the Hi ... Read More

Live a Healthier Life, QUIT SMOKING!

19-Apr-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Source:http://www.health.com                                               Infographic by: Navaraj Kharel Can you take the challenge of quitting to smoke? Quitting is har ... Read More

Virtual Reality : A World Apart

14-Apr-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo Courtesy: http://www.extremetech.com/ Imagine that you are running through a field. You can see the beautiful scenario in front of you. You see the sky above you, the trees in front of you, t ... Read More

Elastic Search gets under way in Big Data Workshop

14-Apr-2015

By:admin

Elastic Search gets Under Way In Big Data Workshop Read More

My Experience with the Two-Days Hike

14-Apr-2015

By:Shreha Regmi

Photo: The hikers all set for the second day of hike The Panchakanyas (Sneha, Asmita, Ruby, Barsha and myself), as referred to by Surendra Adhikari, were all set to go for their very first two-days h ... Read More

Get To Know : Ashmita Kunwar

13-Apr-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo: Ashmita Kunwar responding to the questions Photo Courtesy: Kundan S. Rana In our life, the things we always do in a daily basis are always similar. We come to college, eat, study, etc. During ... Read More

Analyzing SAYA, A Nepali Love Story

13-Apr-2015

By:Bijaya Kumar Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: http://www.bhojpurinama.com/ SAYA is the second series of SUMMER LOVE by Subin Bhattrai. The book SAYA is about true and successful love story between Atit and Saya. Atit was born in ... Read More

Clean Bagmati! Save Bagmati! Will You Help?

13-Apr-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo: View of human chain from the Bagmati Bridge in Kupondole Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar Most of us have been hearing about BAGMATI CLEANING CAMPAIGN for a long time. Some of us might have eve ... Read More

Empowerment Starts With Women

13-Apr-2015

By:Rejina Kattel

The word ‘Women Empowerment’ is today’s scorching topic of discussion all around the world. Hearing a word relating to women's empowerment and development makes one happy but when the same perso ... Read More

Deerwalkers Entertain With Futsal

13-Apr-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo : Players playing at the Futsal Photo Courtesy : Prajjwal Sthapit On 12th April, 2015, The Sports Club of DWIT organized a Futsal event. The game was held in Bouddha Futsal Arena.  With a ... Read More

DWIT Sports Club to be organizing Basketball Training from 19th April, 2015

13-Apr-2015

By:admin

DWIT Sports Club to be organizing Basketball Training from 19th April, 2015 Read More

Picture of the Week

13-Apr-2015

By:admin

The Hills, The Mountains, The River, The Greenery, All Together Reflecting The Nepali Beauty Photo Courtesy: Arjan Poudel, first year student at DWIT ... Read More

Two DWIT teams participate in the International Space App Challenge

13-Apr-2015

By:admin

Photo Courtesy: https://www.facebook.com/spaceappsktm?fref=photo Two DWIT teams participate in the International Space App Challenge ... Read More

The Beautiful Scar : Chapter Four 'The Truth Full of Lies'

13-Apr-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://truedemocracyparty.net/ Subarna was waiting for Basanta outside the school. She could not wait to hear her love was not a heartless killer. When Basanta came out of the school ... Read More

What Makes a Good Teacher and a Good Student?

13-Apr-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo Courtesy: http://www.slate.com/ After our parents, the most influential characters in our life are our teachers. So, what makes a good teacher? I believe a great teacher is the one who creates ... Read More

Why I Write

13-Apr-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo Courtesy: http://alexhicks.me/ During one of those times when I am solely to listen to a person speaking to me, like always, my mind rescued me from the boredom of it and led me to think about ... Read More

Virtual Characters Inspiring Real People

13-Apr-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo: Anime and Manga Photo Courtesy: http://shinobi-03.deviantart.com/ They were not real but I grew up with them. I jumped with joy in their happiness and cried in their sorrow. They taught me t ... Read More

Getting Rich Via Youtube

13-Apr-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtesy: https://iqoption.com/ In the present scenario, very few people can boast about following their passion and earning their livelihood with it. It is difficult to love what you do. Such ... Read More

Nihareeka College Progresses in Providing Better Educational Service

13-Apr-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Photo Courtesy: Asmita Bista Nihareeka College, situated in Bargachhi, Biratnagar, was established in 2070 B.S. It runs BBS and BSc. CSIT. Currently, it includes two batches. It was founded by seven ... Read More

Free jailbreak

09-Apr-2015

By:admin

No excuse not to root.That includes chord data to help you learn and play along on your keyboard.Which only appears on jailbroken devices.If you have questions about licensing material from SocMedSe ... Read More

Doleshwor Mahadev Temple: Reviving the Almost-Forgotten History

07-Apr-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo: Doleshwor Mahadev temple premises Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar Doleshwor Mahadev Temple is located in Sipadol VDC, in the southern part of Bhaktapur district. The temple is an important ... Read More

How We See DWIT Ten Years Down the Line

07-Apr-2015

By:Hitesh Karki

First of all, we would like to congratulate The DWIT NEWS TEAM, both current and the previous for coming this far! It’s 50th edition and yet we would want to believe this is just a beginning. On ... Read More

Young Artists Showcase Their Talent

07-Apr-2015

By:admin

Here are some of the works of art done by the students of Shree Bal Byabasayee Kendra Secondary School during the workshop conducted by a group of DWIT students. ... Read More

Primary and Lower Secondary Students Reveal Their Creativity Through Writing

07-Apr-2015

By:admin

A Story: PS: This is the uncut and unedited version of the creative writings done by the students of Shree Bal Byabasayee Kendra Secondary School during the workshop conducted by a group of ... Read More

Life by the Road-Side: Nothing to Lose and Nothing to Gain

06-Apr-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo: Life by the road-side             All Photos By: Ashmita Kunwar While wandering here and there, intentionally or unintentionally, we come across some of the distinctive gears that mig ... Read More

Life in Jayabageshwori: Let’s Hear It from the Locals

06-Apr-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Photo: Jayabageshwori Area     Photo Courtesy: http://www.everestuncensored.org/ It is always good to know what people feel about the area you reside in because it helps one to know the pla ... Read More

Lovesickness

06-Apr-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Photo Courtesy: http://reginaldtjackson.com/ Love is a beautiful feeling. It may not always be, particularly for your boyfriend/girlfriend or husband/wife. We feel love for our parents, friends a ... Read More

Internet: How It Really Started in Nepal

06-Apr-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: http://www.iwnsvg.com/ The invention of Internet has become the hallmark in the field of Science and Technology. Internet has made our life a lot easier, exciting and sophisticat ... Read More

The Power That Has Never Been Fully Utilized

06-Apr-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo Courtesy: http://time.com/ Did you know the smartphones that we carry today are more powerful than the computers used by NASA to send rockets to the moon? Doesn't sound right? Hard to be ... Read More

Internet: In My Opinion

06-Apr-2015

By:Bijaya Kumar Shrestha

Since the beginning of human civilization, there have been huge changes in the way people think around. People have always strived to come up with better ways of doing things. If the Stone Age people ... Read More

Reviewing Myself

06-Apr-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Since last week, I have been thinking about what special shall I write for our most awaited 50th Edition; some feminist article? (My inner voice: Oh! No, not that, you are, for sure, a feminist- R ... Read More

The Beautiful Scar: Chapter three 'The Reason'

06-Apr-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Subarna was very excited. Her cousin was coming over for the weekend. Subarna looked up to her cousin Smeeta. Smeeta and Subarna were like sisters. They shared everything with each other. When Smeet ... Read More

A Place Lost, What Now?

06-Apr-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo: Sharmila Didi standing in front of her shop Photo Courtesy: Sumit Shrestha It sounds like Deerwalkers have lost an integral part of their life. The shop that has been serving scrumptious fo ... Read More

A List that 90s Kathmandu Kids Can Relate To

06-Apr-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

This is a list of 20 things you can relate to if you were born in the 90s and you lived in Kathmandu: Drinking Juicy - It came in a plastic bag (like the ones used to sell milk nowadays) for ch ... Read More

How the Open Source Software (OSS) Vendors Get Paid?

06-Apr-2015

By:Sagar Giri

To know how the Open Source Software vendors get paid, first you need to have a clear vision and understanding on what is Open Source Software (OSS). You are probably under the wrong idea, that “ ... Read More

Reminiscing About DWIT News…

06-Apr-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Today’s a big day for all our valuable readers as well as our devoted authors. The site which was officially established on March 2nd, 2014 has turned 50 today! Happy 50th Edition everyone! :) The ... Read More

Journey in the News Club Till Date

06-Apr-2015

By:admin

Photo Courtesy: https://blogs.usm.maine.edu/ DWIT News has reached its 50th edition today. Here is the opinions of the team members about their journey in the News Club so far: At the beginning, it ... Read More

DWIT Hiking Club conducted two days hiking from Okharpauwa to Ranipauwa

06-Apr-2015

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DWIT Hiking Club conducted two days hiking from Okharpauwa to Ranipauwa ... Read More

The third session of Big Data Workshop successfully completed

06-Apr-2015

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The third session of Big Data Workshop successfully completed ... Read More

DeerExpress Club to be giving a special demo session to the DWIT students

06-Apr-2015

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DeerExpress Club to be giving a special demo session to the DWIT students Read More

Picture of the Week

06-Apr-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo: Two days hike from Okharpauwa to Ranipauwa Photo Courtesy: Ashmita Kunwar Read More

When Beauty Sleeps

05-Apr-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Fine, you are stunning. What makes you think so? Your pretty face, beautiful eyes, or perhaps long legs. Right? Ah a dapper man or a classy woman. We all love to jolt and talk about them. Right? ... Read More

The Story of My Life...

05-Apr-2015

By:Shreha Regmi

Photo Collage: Shreha Regmi "I can hear her screaming. I think it's my mom who's crying. I'm finally coming out, YaY! I'm going to see the whole world." And...I finally do. Every child starts to cr ... Read More

A Man Who Changed Hopes Into Reality: Narayan Karki Dai

05-Apr-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

Photo: Narayan Karki                                                              Photo Courtesy: Nikita Gautam We have been wandering around the library section, sil ... Read More

Off The Beaten Path: Rhododendron Hike

05-Apr-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo: Hikers posing for photo shoot                              Photo Courtesy: Sanjeev Budha “Experiencing the adventurous journey is far better than listening to other’s expe ... Read More

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02-Apr-2015

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Your Name (required) [text* your-name] Your Email (required) [email* your-email] Subject [text your-subject] Your Message [textarea your-message] [captchac captcha- ... Read More

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31-Mar-2015

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Dissertation Planet permits every customer to manipulate the procedure of crafting on its just about every point. Dissertation Earth specializes in three points: Primary newspapers, professional cre ... Read More

DWIT Students Give Suggestions to S.L.C Appeared Students

30-Mar-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://blog.ccbcmd.edu/ The so called Iron Gate, S.L.C examination, has come to an end for this year. Before the results get published, the students who had appeared in the S.L.C exa ... Read More

DWITians Blend in the Musical Aura

30-Mar-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Photo : "Raw Rhythms" performers at their best.  Photo Courtesy : Nikita Gautam and Rojina Shrestha On March 26, 2015, Lhotse Hall, mastering and setting a record, Music Club successfully organi ... Read More

If you could only speak a phrase (two-three words) today, what would you say and why?

30-Mar-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo : What would be your word for the day? Photo Courtesy : http://www.listenandlearn.org/ Words can be very powerful. Once they leave your mouth, you cannot take them back, and they have such ... Read More

Picture of the Week

30-Mar-2015

By:admin

Photo: Beauty of Nepal in picture Photo Courtesy: Arjan Poudel, First Semester Student, DWIT Read More

Twenties Girl: A Book With a Riveting Story

30-Mar-2015

By:Ashish Khanal

 Photo Courtesy: http://fashion.makeupandbeauty.com/ “Twenties girl” is a fictional book by Sophie Kinsella (pen name of author Madeline Wickham). The plot of the story is quite interesting and ... Read More

The High Climb Through The Monster's Labyrinth

30-Mar-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

There is a story in Greek Mythology about a creature that is half man and half bull. It was trapped in a labyrinth by a great hero so that it would never see the light of day and never terrorize the i ... Read More

Fear

30-Mar-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Photo Courtesy: http://www.findingthegracewithin.com/ “What will you do if you get to know that you are going to die?” I didn’t like his question. I put down the receiver of the phone. Wh ... Read More

Dream the Impossible

30-Mar-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo Courtesy: Arusa Khawas “A candle always burns in upward direction even if you hold the candle in downward direction.” Your enthusiasm should be like the flame of candle; whatever be the sit ... Read More

The Beautiful Scar: Chapter Two 'The Vow'

30-Mar-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

After the date with Basanta, Subarna could not pull herself from thinking about it. She thought about the fun that she had, the look that those children had in their eyes when she played with them and ... Read More

The Story behind Australia’s Triumph

30-Mar-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo: Australian team with the 2015 Cricket World Cup Trophy Photo Courtesy: http://www.cricket.com.au/ There is a saying, “Cricket is a game where two nations play and Australia always wins.” ... Read More

Book Club Members Share Their Thoughts on One Hundred Years of Solitude

30-Mar-2015

By:admin

Photo Courtesy: http://www.wasafiri.org/ "One Hundred Years of Solitude" is an astounding novel by a great writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez. After reading this novel only one thing comes to mind, "Best ... Read More

The Beautiful Scar: Chapter One 'The Bet'

30-Mar-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Subarna was one angry girl. If someone just looked at her for the first time, they would have wondered what in the world this girl had to be pissed about. She was beautiful, smart, had nice clothes, a ... Read More

Be Selfless, Be Responsible

29-Mar-2015

By:Bijaya Kumar Shrestha

Once, a man was trying to help an insect out from the water. The insect was trying to bite him whereas the man was trying to help. There was a third party viewing this activity and asked the man, “W ... Read More

The Suicide Tourist

28-Mar-2015

By:Sneha Parajuli

Photo Courtesy: http://axiomamnesia.com/ “I’m tired of the disease, but I’m not tired of living. And I still enjoy it enough that I’d like to continue. But the thing is, that I really can ... Read More

FUTSAL ARENA: A Review

28-Mar-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Abhusan Gautam Futsal Arena is one of the leading futsal courts in Kathmandu Valley and is located in two different places of Kathmandu. The headquarters is in Bhagwan Bhawan, Thamel ... Read More

Back to 2014: What Did We Do?

28-Mar-2015

By:admin

Photo Courtesy: DWIT Administration Collage By: DWIT News The year 2014 is over, but no worries, the memories and the entire events that took place, which made the year special in different ways, ... Read More

Paper Clips

28-Mar-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo Courtesy : http://pad2.whstatic.com/ This article came about when I was in dire need of a topic and all the topics that people suggested were bleak at best. So I googled topics to write abou ... Read More

Sharmila Didi: Sister to the Deerwalkers

28-Mar-2015

By:Barsha Dahal

Photo Courtesy: Barsha Dahal Born in Ghyang Sukathokar, Dolakha, Sharmila Khadka is a 38 years old woman, living her life bearing positive thoughts. Married at the age of 16, she is currently the ... Read More

Documentary 'Free To Play' Review

28-Mar-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: http://www.incgamers.com/ Dota 2 “Free To Play” is an inspirational documentary to all those who are dreaming of becoming an e-gamer. The main theme of this documentary is to hig ... Read More

Beware of the Tech 'Boxes'

26-Mar-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

“It is highly conceivable that humans are going to be enslaved by the technologies that they devise.” I vividly remember, I was in my 5th grade when I read this very statement (actually, not this ... Read More

DeerExpress Starts Out Strong

23-Mar-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo: Some moments during the event Photo Courtesy: DeerExpress Club This week DeerExpress started their 11th season with new participants. When DeerExpress released the name of the participants ... Read More

If You Had a Super Power, What Would You Change in Nepal and Why?

23-Mar-2015

By:admin

Wow! Living with super powers can be really cool. Imagine, what would we do differently if we were blessed with super powers? Let’s take the examples like Spiderman, Superman, Batman, and all the ot ... Read More

No Longer Caged

23-Mar-2015

By:Ashish Khanal

I'm lying down in this warm ground tonight with moist atmosphere, For I don't have no place to go to feel more safe. I can feel the serenity of soil, and rage of the sky, The earth feels like mama ... Read More

Ladies and the Power of Resilience

23-Mar-2015

By:Sumnima Tuladhar

Women are the prominent founders of the society. They have power to create, nurture, nourish and revolutionize. They play the roles of mother, daughter, wife, law makers, activists and socialists. Tra ... Read More

Picture of the Week

23-Mar-2015

By:admin

Photo: DWITians hike around Lele Photo Courtesy: Abhishek Khatiwada Read More

The Book Club Completes Arresting God in Kathmandu

23-Mar-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

Photo: Shreha Regmi, member of the Book Club, reading a chapter of the book Photo Courtesy: Nikita Gautam On March 19th, the Book Club, completed "Arresting God In Kathmandu" by Samrat Upadhyay. ... Read More

Experiencing Kathmandu Like Never Before : Arresting God in Kathmandu

23-Mar-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo Courtesy: http://ifthebagfits.com/ For a couple of weeks members and guest members of the book club have been reading the book “Arresting God in Kathmandu”. It is written by Samrat Upadh ... Read More

My Dream Speech

23-Mar-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy : https://lh5.googleusercontent.com/ Welcome all of you to our company, “INNOVATION IN TECHNOLOGY”! I am your CEO, who will assist and encourage you to make your dream come true ... Read More

Book Reading Techniques

23-Mar-2015

By:Shreha Regmi

Photo Courtesy: http://www.thegospelcoalition.org/ So it’s been really long since I last wrote an article. And this one was assigned to me by my Vice-President. Reading a book. I love to read no ... Read More

Should We Have Coed Sports Teams?

23-Mar-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo: Coed Sports Team         Photo Courtesy: https://tysonreyesblog.wordpress.com/ This is 21st century. People fight against different inequality issues. One of the challenging and concer ... Read More

Movie Review: The Time Traveler’s Wife

23-Mar-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://www.underscores.fr/ The Time Traveler's Wife is a romantic movie wrapped in science fiction, based on Audrey Niffenegger's novel of the same name and directed by Robert S ... Read More

Another Massive Tech Event On The Way

23-Mar-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: http://blog.nz.usembassy.gov Open data day was a one of the highlights of the year as it was held in Deerwalk Institute of Technology successfully where students from various colle ... Read More

Your Gadget Knows You Better Than Your Friends and Family

21-Mar-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

“A computer can be a better judge of character than an individual’s family or friends.” This is a statement made by a research group combined of students from Cambridge and Stanford Universit ... Read More

Help writing a essay

21-Mar-2015

By:admin

Pressed to sketch more than a stick figure.Is it clear, or is it too woolly?Through interactive sessions, audio instructions, quizzes, and instant scores.Pronoun refers to the last noun of the same ... Read More

Have We Really Lost Our Humanity?

16-Mar-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Kathmandu, Feb 22, 2 school girls injured in Acid Attack; Attacker is still not arrested. Kalaiya Municipality, Bara, Puja Shah, aged 7, who had gone missing since February 20, was found brutally r ... Read More

THE BLANK PAGE

16-Mar-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy:http://kendramerritt.com/ I am filled with thousands of ideas rushing through my brain. The ideas are so eager to ooze out of the brain and are ready to leap on the blank pages. All I ... Read More

Moral Dilemma

16-Mar-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy : http://emotionaldetective.typepad.com/ I never thought that life would be this challenging at some point of time, today; life is unpredictable. I was constantly aware of the fact ... Read More

What’s the one place you would love to explore that you have not had a chance to yet?

16-Mar-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Photo: Pokhara,Nepal                                              Photo Courtesy: http://www.imnepal.com/ "The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page."-S ... Read More

Picture of the Week

16-Mar-2015

By:admin

Photo: Sweth Bhairab Photo Courtesy: Rashik Sangat Read More

The Book Club Completes "One Hundred Years of Solitude"

16-Mar-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

Photo: The Book Club members after completion of the book "One Hundred Years of Solitute" Photo Courtesy: The Book Club After more than 2 months of discussion sessions, the Book Club finally finis ... Read More

The Book Club Starts a New Book Journey

16-Mar-2015

By:Rojan Maharjan

Photo: The Book Club at DWIT                                           Photo Courtesy: doko.dwit.edu.np After completing the complex and lengthy fictional novel “One Hundred ... Read More

Colors

16-Mar-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo: Structure of an atom Photo Courtesy:  http://www.nuffieldfoundation.org Finally, we are able to make it happen. We made a microscope that can magnify things to the atomic level. With the a ... Read More

Role Models: My View

15-Mar-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Photo Courtesy: http://www.maconferenceforwomen.org/ Role model need not always be a celebrity, a CEO, or some successful individual. In my opinion, role model is someone who influences us in a posi ... Read More

Sitcom Review: Two and a Half Men

15-Mar-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo: Charlie Sheen with Jon Cryer and Angus T. Jones singing the series' theme tune Photo Courtesy: http://www.iknowtoday.com Two and a half men, a series which aired on  TV for 12 years ended r ... Read More

Have No Fear, For LiveScore Is There

15-Mar-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo: Live scores of different games shown in LiveScore.com web app   Photo Courtesy: http://android.livescore.com/ Our country Nepal is the richest in terms of load shedding. I never knew that ... Read More

The Lost Me

15-Mar-2015

By:Barsha Dahal

You may call me lunatic, silly, doltish, over sensitive or any other words similar to these. It doesn’t matter. I have decided to share everything. Not actually everything but a little part of me. Y ... Read More

Please Don't OVERLOOK ME!!

15-Mar-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

I certainly know, someday you will miss me, You will miss the treasure that we had held, Yes, I've been in pain my FRIEND, Suffering, trying to figure out what went wrong, Was it the situation? O ... Read More

Secure Your Messages With TextSecure

15-Mar-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: http://www.gsmnation.com The development of technology has brought both positive as well as negative impact on society. After certain point, people have started to think about some ... Read More

Dream Escape

09-Mar-2015

By:Anmol Shrestha

It’s early in the morning. I can hear people outside my home going around their usual start to a day. I open my eyes and I feel so awful for having woken up. I was dreaming so high and bright, every ... Read More

Picture of the Week

09-Mar-2015

By:admin

Photo: DWITians enjoy Holi at DWIT Photo Courtesy: Kanchan Raj Pandey, Deerwalk Services Read More

Deerwalkers Enjoy Their Annual Fest

09-Mar-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo: A group of performers playing musical instruments during Deerwalk Annual Fest 2015 Photo Courtesy: Kanchan R. Pandey Deerwalk Annual Fest, which is organized by Deerwalk Services every year, ... Read More

Opinions On Color Fiesta (a.k.a DWIT Holi)

08-Mar-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo: DWITians enjoying Holi                                      Photo Courtesy: Kanchan Raj Pandey On 5th March 2015, Deerwalk Institute of Technology celebrated its first ever ... Read More

Chautari Session- XI Successfully Completed

08-Mar-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo: Anish Thakuri, talking about his idea                       Photo Courtesy: Sabin Pathak On 3rd March, 2015, the eleventh session of Chautari was successfully held. Chautari Sess ... Read More

Let The Colors of Holi Spread the Message of Peace and Happiness

08-Mar-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Photo: Colourful hand prints on a paper representing happiness spread by Holi Photo Courtesy: Aasha Poudel Read More

Are We Going In The Wrong Direction?

08-Mar-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Holi is the festival of colours. It brings happiness around the country and the whole environment becomes blissful.  People gather around and play with different colours. These colours represent the ... Read More

Sun Went Away One Day and Snow Took Over

08-Mar-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo: Snow-capped mountains             Photo Courtesy : http://www.wallpapersfolder.com/ Snow was white. Snow was pretty. So out They ran and they ran like hounds They tainted Snow, decl ... Read More

What If We Had No Exams?

08-Mar-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo Courtesy: http://www.firstaidforfree.com A test or examination (informally, exam) is  a measure to test  a test-taker's knowledge, skill or his understanding on certain topics. Examinations ... Read More

Born to Die

08-Mar-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Photo Courtesy: http://progressivechristianity.org/ ‘Life’ - the four lettered word is not actually just a word. It says lots of things. Life is described as the time period between birth and ... Read More

Picture of the Week

08-Mar-2015

By:admin

Photo: Students Enjoy Football During Weekend Photo Courtesy: The Sports Club Read More

"Destiny Brought Me Here," Says Shivangi Sharma

03-Mar-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo: Shivangi Sharma                                                    Photo Courtesy: Shivangi Sharma Shivangi Sharma, new face in DWIT family, who is currently pursui ... Read More

Is TU Speeding Up?

02-Mar-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo: Tribhuvan University                               Photo Courtesy: tribhuvan-university.edu.np Tribhuvan University (TU), the largest and the oldest university of Nepal, provi ... Read More

Official Football Team of DWIT Announced

02-Mar-2015

By:Anish Thakuri

Photo: College Football Team                                                     Photo Courtesy: Hitesh Karki The Sports Club has announced the official football team of DW ... Read More

People’s Opinions on Acid Attack Incident in Kathmandu

02-Mar-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy : http://s2.firstpost.in/ Kathmandu, February 23rd was the day when two school girls had received  pain which raises the  question over safety of all other girls to live liberally b ... Read More

Are We Fated To Be So?

02-Mar-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo Courtesy : http://4.bp.blogspot.com/ Looks like fairy-tales died a long ago. In a room made of bricks I find it hard to sing. Red moon, come out on this foggy night. Now, look at me, don’t ... Read More

Let’s Talk About It!!

02-Mar-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Photo: Thought provoking view                                                  Photo Courtesy: Hitesh Karki As we can see, the picture itself speaks. The picture clearly clar ... Read More

Why Always Women?

02-Mar-2015

By:Sristi Bhattarai

The acid attack is something that hasn’t happened for the first time in our part of the world. We often hear about events where acid is thrown (mostly) on women’s bodies and faces (mostly) by men. ... Read More

Jeevan Kada Ki Phool: An Inspirational Book by an Inspirational Lady

02-Mar-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo: Jeevan Kada Ki Phool                       Photo Courtesy: http://www.shopshara.com/ I defined life as a beautiful flower but I don’t know whether or not my life falls under my d ... Read More

Dear Acid Attacker

02-Mar-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Dear Acid Attacker, Thank you! What can I say more than that? Thank you for your wonderful Vaitika and Rakhshyabandan gift. I am grateful to have brothers as you. I was very ugly and no one ever ... Read More

Warrior of Justice

02-Mar-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Captain Davison could not take it anymore. He stood up from the chair, opened the drawer at desk. He then took out his gun, pointed at his temple and pulled the trigger. The most powerful warrior in t ... Read More

Open Data Day was Successfully Conducted

23-Feb-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

Photo Courtesy: Suryaraj Timsina On 21 February, 2015, Young Innovations and Kathmandu Living Labs in collaboration with Kathmandu Municipality, Member of Parliament Gagan Thapa and other partners ... Read More

Picture of the Week

23-Feb-2015

By:admin

Photo: DeerUtsav 1.0 Photo Courtesy: Suryaraj Timsina Read More

Blend in the Taste of Roadhouse

23-Feb-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo Courtesy: www.tripadvisor.com Roadhouse café is best known for diverse range of firewood pizzas and also specializes in other varieties of food. It has been providing its services since 1992 ... Read More

Rule Your Own World

23-Feb-2015

By:Aakira Tamrakar

“My life is hell. Look at him/her. She is so pretty and has a happy life. I wish I could have life as her.” “My life is full of troubles. My parents are always complaining about me. I am usel ... Read More

History of The Gaming Group

23-Feb-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtesy: Ronit Pradhan [Disclaimer: This is an article about how a small group of casual gamers got together and formed a gaming-community within DWIT. If you are not into gaming, or dislike t ... Read More

Let's Read the DeerUtsav Reviews!

23-Feb-2015

By:admin

Photo Courtesy: DWIT Administration After over a month of preparations, finally the most awaited event of DWIT (Deerwalk Institute of Technology) “DeerUtsav 1.0” was conducted on the afternoon ... Read More

Maha Shivaratri: Drug Dealing Saints and Stoners

23-Feb-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

Photo: Pashupati During Shivaratri More than one million people visited Pashupatinath Temple on Maha Shivaratri last Tuesday. About 5000 saints came to the temple this year. And like every year they ... Read More

My Daily Commute

23-Feb-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy : http://i.huffpost.com/ I travel every day in a public bus (micro bus) while coming to college, where I get to see and meet different people with unique behavior. Journey from Bana ... Read More

My Laptop Story

23-Feb-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: www.amazon.com Where does the laptop rank for IT students? Laptop ranks with food, shelter and clothes these days, not only for IT students but also for the common people, who watch ... Read More

Advancing to Earth – Part IV

23-Feb-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo courtesy: http://violencex7.deviantart.com  A decade has passed since the war has started. More than five millions intelligent life from more than 500 planets have lost their lives in the war ... Read More

Midnight Fear

23-Feb-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Photo Courtesy: www.gizmag.com "When are you leaving Pranil?", asked Natasha with her lips stretched in a thin smile spreading across her face. I have to showcase my project tomorrow. I will st ... Read More

The Power of Music

23-Feb-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: http://wergii.deviantart.com/ “One good thing about music when it hits you, you feel no pain.” -Bob Marley Music is not just an art form. Music has that capability to ooze ... Read More

Extraordinary Journey of Searching ELECTRICITY

23-Feb-2015

By:admin

Days have ceaselessly passed. Months have run off. Years have waved Good-bye..!! Still, you are not here. Day and night, I think of your beautiful face; day and night, every cells of my body sweetly u ... Read More

Valentine's Day 2015: Here Is What You Said

17-Feb-2015

By:admin

Every February 14th across the world, candy, flowers and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine. Valentine’s Day is the second most popular card-sending holiday aft ... Read More

Picture of the Week

16-Feb-2015

By:admin

Art By: Bimal Thapa Read More

Resurgence of Folk Instruments

16-Feb-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: http://kutumba.sarvodayausa.org Nepal has diverse and complex traditions when it comes to music. Each ethnic group has their own sound and distinct instruments. And with the existence ... Read More

"The Beauty of the World Makes Me Alive," Says Bimal Gaire

16-Feb-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo Courtesy: Bimal Gaire Bimal Gaire is a Computer Science student at DWIT and also an intern at DWS. Bimal is a highly enthusiastic person who likes to share love and happiness. He likes readin ... Read More

“Explore More Learn More," Says Sudarshan Guruacharya

16-Feb-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: Nikita Gautam Sudarshan Guruacharya has been teaching the course of Harvard CS-50 to the students of DWIT. He is a very interesting and intelligent man. Talking about his qualificatio ... Read More

Data Deduplication: Get to Know About It

16-Feb-2015

By:Rupen Rajkarnikar

Data Deduplication is a specialized data compression technique for eliminating duplicate copies of repeating data or redundant data. Advantages: Reduced storage capacity required for a given am ... Read More

Valentine's Special

16-Feb-2015

By:admin

DWIT News had asked the students of DWIT to send love letters for their loved ones on the special occasion of Valentine's Day. The one sent by Nischal Aryal was chosen as the cutest one for the Guest ... Read More

Book Review: Karnali Blues

16-Feb-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://www.goodreads.com Short sentences, simple words and story of an ordinary person and yet 'Karnali Blues' by Buddhisagar is an amazing novel. This novel is basically a portrayal ... Read More

Is Money Your Conclusive Goal?

16-Feb-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy https://fbcdn-sphotos-h-a.akamaihd.net “Can money buy happiness?”, “Is money happiness?” these are the questions that are most popular to any age group of people. This is a ... Read More

Gone..

15-Feb-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo Courtesy http://1.bp.blogspot.com/ He waited for his mother by the window on the first floor. That day was just another day. His neighbor had dropped him home at 5 pm as usual. He had locked ... Read More

Modern Social Evil

09-Feb-2015

By:Bijaya Kumar Shrestha

When I had just entered, they were laughing and saying, “Mentality of people…….” Jokingly I asked, “Did I come at the wrong time?” In reality, they were more like friends than husband and ... Read More

“Respect Among People is a Big Marker of Humanity," says Sumana Dawadi

09-Feb-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Photo Courtesy: Kiran Darnal Photography “Change will not come if we wait for some other person, or if we wait for some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that ... Read More

Let's Hear Their Say

09-Feb-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Standing in front of a huge crowd and expressing your views and ideas about your to-be application takes a lot of courage. It is not as easy as it seems, but rather it takes a lot of effort and hard w ... Read More

Picture of the Week

09-Feb-2015

By:admin

The 'Up and Running With Wordpress' Workshop Team Photo Courtesy: The Software Club Read More

Can’t We?

09-Feb-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo courtesy: http://article.wn.com One evening I was walking back home from college. I heard someone shouting at me from behind. When I looked back I saw a man on bike trying to get past the peop ... Read More

Advancing to Earth - Part III

09-Feb-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://jesusaconde.deviantart.com  A century has passed since Zodians and humans met for the first time.  We are celebrating it in our camps by planning to destroy one another. A sm ... Read More

FQ3FOOD Is There To Serve Us Hygienic Food in Jayabageswori

09-Feb-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: The DWIT  News The place where DWIT is situated is full of temples, grocery stores, stationary, but there is absence of perfect restaurants to serve people, especially the student ... Read More

Sky Cable Goes Digital

09-Feb-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: Amun Kharel Sky cable is a company which has been providing cable service in Nepal for a very long time. Largely influenced by the Indian Cable networks, it has now switched its ser ... Read More

That’s How God and Religions Work

09-Feb-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

One of my best memories on the lessons of God was in moral science class. Our teacher said, “God is omnipresent. He is present everywhere. He’s with you when you are at your home, when you a ... Read More

Boost Your Knowledge about File Management Systems

08-Feb-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: http://blogs.bournemouth.ac.uk/ Files are essential to everything that we use in our computer in order to store data. File system keeps track of all the data that is being stored in ... Read More

Feminism is Humanism

08-Feb-2015

By:Ashlesha Joshi

"What is feminism?" You must be wondering, if you don't know it already. The Oxford Dictionary defines feminism as "The advocacy of women's rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equ ... Read More

The Stoning of Soraya M. : Movie Review

08-Feb-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/ Director: Cyrus Nowrasteh Cast: Shohreh Aghdashloo, James Caviezel(as Friedoune Sahebjam the foreign journalist) and Mozhan Marno(as Soraya M ... Read More

Gun Control

03-Feb-2015

By:Jeewan Adhikari

Photo Courtesy http: //www.returnofkings.com/ Guns are one of the major causes of inhuman devastation in the history of mankind. Although guns are widely used for protection and for maintaining peac ... Read More

“Your Passion Defines You, Not Your Marks,” Says Computer Science Prodigy at DWIT

02-Feb-2015

By:Amun Kharel

Photo Courtesy: Subigya Nepal Subigya Nepal is a Computer Science student at Deerwalk Institute of Technology as well as an Intern working at Deerwalk Services. On January 6, 2015, he was promoted ... Read More

Picture of the Week

02-Feb-2015

By:Ankit Pradhan

Photo Courtesy: Ankit Pradhan That Love, That Care! Read More

SPRING

02-Feb-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

Oh! I really miss spring Those divine blossoms, Chanting of cuckoos, And those small mulberries.   That sweet damp parsol Gentle sound of buzzing bees Of Course my school feast Boohoo! Now it’s lik ... Read More

Face of Heaven

02-Feb-2015

By:Sujana Pathak

The neon sky Shimmering and gleaming bright, Envelopes the world inside Captivating every little eye. Adorned with some yellowish white pearls And painted with bright purple, blue and pink twir ... Read More

Yurnero, The Juggernaut

02-Feb-2015

By:Bidur Banstola

In the blue island of masks With  red duel and swordsmanship all are task A orange child yurnero was born Who had fate for his blue home to be torn For his ill mom he decided to compete ... Read More

A Look at CAN Info-tech 2015

02-Feb-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Photo Courtesy: http://blog.sparrowsms.com/ Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) hosted its 21st CAN Info-tech from 28th January - 2nd February 2015 (14th – 19th Magh 2071). The event was held at E ... Read More

Littering in Kathmandu

02-Feb-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: Subash Prajapati Strolling through the streets of Kathmandu can be a mixed experience. Sometimes it’s pleasant looking at different people going about their business. Other times ... Read More

Why Silent Now??

02-Feb-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://why-so-silent.deviantart.com/ Nepal was supposed to get a constitution on Magh 8 2071 B.S (22 January 2015) but sadly that did not happen. There were many pressure groups orga ... Read More

Is It Really About the Picture? Or May Be Not??

02-Feb-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo Courtesy : http://cache.desktopnexus.com/ This is desktop background for today. Three minutes ago, I was staring numbly at this picture that I had as a desktop background, then I spontaneous ... Read More

Cricket: Lacking Enthusiasm?

02-Feb-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtesy: http://www.theindianrepublic.com/ 2014 has been a year to cherish for Nepalese Cricket fans. Our national team performed miraculously achieving unexpected success. We participated in ... Read More

Be Normal Be Original

02-Feb-2015

By:Barsha Dahal

Photo Courtesy http://cdnpix.com/ Be normal Be original Be bold Be strong… I am Be successful Be happy Be mature Be responsible… I will be Society, you expect me to be the honest girl I s ... Read More

Advancing to Earth- Part II

02-Feb-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ Everyone took a deep breath as our spaceship lands on an alien planet called earth. Everybody on our ship looks nervous and excited at the same ti ... Read More

Little Miss Sunshine : Movie Review

02-Feb-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy http://www.rogerebert.com The movie “Little Miss Sunshine” reflects the eventful journey to the beauty contest “Little Miss Sunshine”. This movie tells the story of a dysfunc ... Read More

Views of Nepalese Citizens on Parliament Brawl

27-Jan-2015

By:Navaraj Kharel

Photo Courtesy: Republica Some lawmakers were jumping on tables and throwing furniture. Microphones were flying. I was in an eerie silence for a moment, when I watched those videos and images of la ... Read More

"Get Your Hands Dirty with As Much Real World Projects As Possible," Says Topraj Gurung

27-Jan-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

On 26th December, 2014, the DWIT students had an opportunity to meet Tope Gurung, an employee at Google Research, during the All Hands Meeting. However, due to time constraint, the talk session with h ... Read More

Picture of the Week

27-Jan-2015

By:admin

The more you travel, the more you explore. Photo Courtesy: Bimal Thapa, a first semester student at DWIT Read More

Nepalese People’s Dreams Shatter Again

26-Jan-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo Courtesy: http://mobile.ztopics.com Magh 8th 2015 was the self-imposed date set by the political parties to promulgate the constitution of Nepal. It has already been 8 long years since Nepal ... Read More

Those Two Days of Life: The Story of My Hike

26-Jan-2015

By:Abhishek Khatiwada

…... Whose phone is ringing? Somebody shook me. A small light beam struck my pupils. I turned the alarm off. Whose phone is that? Where am I? How did I get here? The room was cold and I had one blan ... Read More

The Breakfast Club: Movie Review

26-Jan-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo Courtesy http://static.rogerebert.com/ The present year is 2015. “The Breakfast Club” was released in 1985 and yet that evening as I was watching the movie, all I could think about was, ... Read More

How to Manage Stress In College? : Study and Have fun

26-Jan-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

WELCOME TO COLLEGE! Every one of us students come across the “college life”. We have to face a lot of ups and downs. We should try to take every step in college life as a challenge that needs t ... Read More

Freedom of Expression

26-Jan-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: https://fbcdn-sphotos-a-a.akamaihd.net/  ; http://themillenniumreport.com/ "Je suis Charlie, Je suis Charlie” which means “I am Charlie, I am Charlie”, is the slogan that ... Read More

What Is This World Coming To?

26-Jan-2015

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

The world we live in is an amazing place. There are many beautiful things that inspire us to do many wonderful things, but as of late there have been many acts of violence that makes me think otherwis ... Read More

If I Stay: Book Review

26-Jan-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Photo Courtesy: http://upload.wikimedia.org/ Gayle Forman, 2009 If you ever get a chance to choose to either give up on your life, die or to stay back and live a tragic life that you have neve ... Read More

Drug Addiction

26-Jan-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Photo Courtesy: http://controladdiction.blogspot.com A young guy with a syringe in his hand lying on the side of a road, everyone calls him an addict. No one knows why he became an addict. No one ... Read More

Advancing to Earth- Part I

26-Jan-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy:  http://adaminator1.deviantart.com Today is a big day for us. We finally got confirmation from this alien planet called Earth that we Zodians (People from planet Zodia) can land our ... Read More

Decoding the Secret of Superhero Stories

26-Jan-2015

By:Gopal Chitaure

Most of us, if not all of us, must have grown up either watching or listening to superhero movies and stories. Either in the comics like “Spiderman” or the novel based like “Harry Potter” or b ... Read More

Forgotten Diaries

26-Jan-2015

By:Menosh Appl

Spring, 1990 The spring season in Kabul is warm and breezy; the sun caresses the trees and newly blossomed fruits. My grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins and family all try to fit in my uncle’s ... Read More

Five Sessions of Mentoring Program Successfully Completed

25-Jan-2015

By:Sabin Pathak

Photo Courtesy: Shankar Koirala Students at DWIT are always keen and happy to help others. This helps the students to maintain a helping environment at DWIT. So, studying at DWIT not only provides ... Read More

Dustbins :) The Hope for a Positive Change

20-Jan-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Photo Courtesy: https://encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com/ I doubt the word ‘dustbin’ is normally followed by a smile, but when we see what I would call, organized and maintained proper dustbins all ... Read More

The Freshman Year!

19-Jan-2015

By:Shila Parajuli

The Freshman Year! I am dilemmatic whether to mention it as my freshman year or term it as something entirely different. Speaking candidly, this is my second year of Bachelors. However, since I am ent ... Read More

Fury: Movie Review

19-Jan-2015

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Photo Courtesy: http://www.imdb.com/ Exam Exam Exam! Just hearing this name makes me exhausted. It is the time when we can’t do anything fun, even if we want to. "Exam", the name itself is su ... Read More

Approaching Magh 8

19-Jan-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo courtesy: http://www.nepal24hours.com As the pre-determined date i.e. Magh 8, 2071(January 22nd, 2015) for release of first draft of new constitution is approaching, everyone is asking; what ... Read More

Picture of the Week

19-Jan-2015

By:admin

Parenthood Photo Courtesy: Rashik Sangat (view his Facebook page here) Read More

What Do Deerwalkers Say About the Ballon d'Or?

19-Jan-2015

By:Abhusan Gautam

Photo Courtesy: http://toptenslides.com/ FIFA Ballon d' Or is the highest tier of the individual award given to the best football player each year. Previously, Ballon d'Or and FIFA player of the ye ... Read More

Trust is Not a Weakness

19-Jan-2015

By:Bidish Acharya

It’s obvious that most people find it so hard to trust people. Why? Because, there’s this thing called ‘doubt’, that makes everything and everyone so hard to believe in. That’s the reason wh ... Read More

Dreaming While Poor

19-Jan-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Photo Courtesy: https://fbcdn-spdotos-h-a.akamaihd.net/  “Mom, what has happened to you, why are not you talking to me? Please! Speak up, open your eyes, we all love you and miss you very much ... Read More

Cheating: Is it Supporting or Ruining Students?

19-Jan-2015

By:Asmita Bista

Photo Courtesy: http://www.kbc.co.ke/ We learn many things in our daily life. It is not possible to give exams of everything that is learned daily. The small things cannot be measured. But in the ... Read More

What Do You Feel About the Ongoing Strikes in Nepal?

19-Jan-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Coining havoc, hammering the economy and giving endless suffering to the ordinary people and students, the various political parties of Nepal are never tired of forging strikes in Nepal. If you have a ... Read More

Live Beautifully, Live Passionately!

19-Jan-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

The staircase of our life is certainly atypical. Not only does it have smooth treads and low steps, allowing the residence of comfort in us, equally and sometimes to a higher degree, it has elevated, ... Read More

Elsewhere

19-Jan-2015

By:Sristi Bhattarai

The trees do not share their secrets with me. The chill lingers below their branches Reminding me of long ago seasons. They converse unintelligibly, beneath a sky growing silvery with the ... Read More

Power Workshop-Session II Successfully Completes

17-Jan-2015

By:Ruby Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: DWIT Administration The DWIT Power Workshop-Session II, which commenced on 20th December 2014 with the purpose of guiding the IT students on a total of six different Computer Scienc ... Read More

Am I the only one?

13-Jan-2015

By:Utkrista K.C.

Photo Courtesy: http://mohdsuhaimisalim.blogspot.com Amazing!! The ceiling is magnificently carved. Why the draperies of my classroom closed? Oh! No. Drowsiness, just leave me alone. Dear mind, why a ... Read More

DHC New Life Centre Nepal Working for the Betterment of Differently Abled Children

13-Jan-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Photo Courtesy: Navaraj Kharel The Disabled and Helpless Children’s New Life Centre is a non-profit and non-government organization established in 2010 AD by 7 member committee, mainly focusing o ... Read More

Come on!! Let’s Fight Against This Biased World

12-Jan-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

I was born crying. :’( :’( :’( Every child cries in a pretty same way when they come into this world, isn’t it? They cry the same tears and the pain that every mother bears is the same. Or ... Read More

Who is a Nepali?

12-Jan-2015

By:Shrijak Shrestha

Photo Courtesy: Aljazeera The draft provision in the constituent assembly states that both the parents of the child have to be a Nepali citizen for the child to attain a Nepali citizenship. Meaning ... Read More

Picture of the Week

12-Jan-2015

By:Sneha Parajuli

Wonderful view of Charumati Stupa in our neighborhood Chabahil. Read More

An Axiom of Fairness

12-Jan-2015

By:Sudarshan Guruacharya

Consider this scenario: Two people are given 100 rupees. Now we ask the following question: How will these two people divide this 100 rupees among each other, given that we stipulate a condition that ... Read More

Victory!!

12-Jan-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Photo Courtesy: http://www.110pounds.com As the dust cleared I could see there was not a single person who seemed to be alive. I am the only survivor in this battle, the last man standing. We won ... Read More

The Best Kind of Homework Is Never Considered Homework

12-Jan-2015

By:Nikita Gautam

When it comes to homework or in our words, assignments, everyone starts getting frustrated. It is pretty natural right? Indeed it is. We always assume that homework creates a positive effect on childr ... Read More

My Inspiration: Gyanu Deula

07-Jan-2015

By:Shreha Regmi

Dogs, the most faithful of animals in the whole wide world! I am among one of those people who loves dogs more than human beings. For those of you who don't know me, if I see a dog, then I act all cra ... Read More

Picture of the Week

06-Jan-2015

By:admin

Photo: Bunch of Happy DWITians Read More

New Year’s Spark

06-Jan-2015

By:Aasha Poudel

Tick…...tock……tick……tock…… (12:00 AM) Dong……dong…….. Boom……boom……. Happy New Year!!!!! :D Happy New Year!!!!! :D Beers!!!!….Roasted chicken!!!.. :D ….C ... Read More

So, What's the Plan?

05-Jan-2015

By:Hitesh Karki

I never thought things would go this far. It was a chance accident that I happened to be in Hawaii, perhaps the last place on planet I thought I would be, and another chance accident happened when I w ... Read More

Measurement of Time

05-Jan-2015

By:Dipesh Poudel

Time as we know is an interval between any two events. We measure short periods of time in hours, minutes and seconds. For a long period, we have days, months and years and for very long periods of ti ... Read More

Letter to My Future Self

05-Jan-2015

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Dearest future me, Hope this letter finds you in the best of your health and spirits. Also, I hope you’re reading this with a smile on your face because I sure am smiling while writing this to yo ... Read More

The Pianist: Story of Real Survivor Musician of World War II

05-Jan-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

I felt lucky and proud to be a Nepali after watching the movie “The Pianist”.  Though we are economically poor and there are some internal issues at present, I am grateful that we are neither lik ... Read More

"Smile and Let Smile," Says Ruby Shrestha

05-Jan-2015

By:Ashmita Thapa

Ruby, current sophomore student at DWIT and the president of the DWIT News club, had given us an opportunity to know her better. She had shared some of her humorous experiences, her dreams, her desire ... Read More

Cartoons: A bad influence to children?

05-Jan-2015

By:Bimal Gaire

[caption id="attachment_3770" align="aligncenter" width="595"] Photo Courtesy: http://pinkheejab.blogspot.com[/caption]   Cartoons are the most popular entertainment for children. There a ... Read More

New Hopes with the New Year

05-Jan-2015

By:Ashmita Kunwar

This is the end of one year and the inauguration of the new one, With the past that I had left, giving the strength to live the next, Another year I step with anticipation that might be of no regret ... Read More

A Farewell to Our Freshmen Year

05-Jan-2015

By:Asmita Subedi

Nearly a year ago, the 48 of us, each with our own specialty and talented masterminds started our journey together for the rest of our 4 years at DWIT. In the beginning, none of us had any idea about ... Read More

Posts form 2014

New Year Resolutions

30-Dec-2014

By:admin

STUDENTS OF DWIT Barsha Dahal, Batch 2017 Be a child again!! To be a child, free from judgments and comparisons are the attitudes I want to develop. I don’t know why but nowadays I am being jud ... Read More

Picture of the Week

29-Dec-2014

By:admin

Swayambhunath from the hill of Naikap in the evening Photo Courtesy: Bhuwan Shrestha Read More

Schools Are Bad for Children

29-Dec-2014

By:Dipesh Poudel

There are three principles on which human life flourishes and they are contradicted by the culture of education under which most of the teachers have to labor and which most of the students have to en ... Read More

Monday Morning Blues

29-Dec-2014

By:Ashmita Thapa

Oh God, it’s Monday again! Most of us wonder why Friday is so close to Monday and Monday so far from Friday. After a nice, long, relaxing weekend, away from the hectic nature of work, school a ... Read More

Dreams and Creativity

29-Dec-2014

By:Shrijak Shrestha

Dreaming is an inherent part of being human. Everybody dreams. Dreams are like alternate universe where everything is possible and which is lived by a dreamer in his sleep. It consists of images, sens ... Read More

The DWIT Book Club: Experience of Reading "One Hundred Years of Solitude"

29-Dec-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

How can a writer think so deeply, with each character reflecting an image of extraordinary contemplation? This is the thought that we, the members of DWIT Book Club, have been trying to reason and jus ... Read More

Bizarre December for Sony

29-Dec-2014

By:Amun Kharel

December is the month of holidays. People celebrate Christmas with their loved ones. They celebrate end of the year with new resolutions cherishing ups and downs of the year. But this December has bee ... Read More

Nepal Seals Silver Trophy in the First South Asian Women’s Volleyball Championship

29-Dec-2014

By:Anish Thakuri

The first South Asian Women’s Volleyball tournament organized by the Nepal Volleyball Association (NVA) was held in Kathmandu from December 19 to 23, 2014. A total of five teams participated in the ... Read More

Tonight I'm Playing Blues

29-Dec-2014

By:Amun Kharel

[caption id="attachment_3649" align="aligncenter" width="183"] Photo Courtesy: Google[/caption] Straps on, lights off Now just take me where the light is I don’t know what’s heavier My heart o ... Read More

Yes! Goal.com Rightly Complements Football Fanatics

23-Dec-2014

By:Amun Kharel

[caption id="attachment_3583" align="aligncenter" width="570"] Photo Courtesy: Google[/caption] Goal.com is the most commonly used app by football fans. With over 6 million Facebook likes, it is th ... Read More

Why Study?

22-Dec-2014

By:Utkrista K.C.

[caption id="attachment_3608" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Picture Courtesy: Google[/caption] ‘Oh No! Study again. :( ’ ‘Well…! First let me check the likes on my Facebook post J’ ... Read More

Last Rites

22-Dec-2014

By:Akankshya Upadhaya

This early December, The sunny bright day, The daylight hour, One could never forget to remember In favor of the rays sun rewarded Though, for me, was meant the shade, For in my fate, was writte ... Read More

Kathmandu After SAARC

22-Dec-2014

By:Asmita Bista

The SAARC summit which was held on 26th and 27th November brought about many changes in Kathmandu valley in a very short time span. Road construction, tree plantation, solar street lamps along roads a ... Read More

Revenge

22-Dec-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

Grade 9 it was, The first time I saw you. Smiling and shouting, With your friends who were new. And the way you looked at me, Oh! It was breathtaking, Took me to a whole other world Which was n ... Read More

Life Is Beautiful by Roberto Benigne

22-Dec-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

This movie was suggested by Sristi ma’am (our English teacher) and we all started watching the movie together in the seminar hall. In a single period, only one fourth of the movie was complete and r ... Read More

Why Future and Not the Present?

22-Dec-2014

By:Aasha Poudel

[caption id="attachment_3574" align="alignleft" width="399"] Art By: Aasha Poudel[/caption] “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift of God, which is why we call it the prese ... Read More

Picture of the Week

22-Dec-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Our Culture, Our Pride! Art By: Nikita Gautam Read More

The Monologue-ish Article

22-Dec-2014

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

It’s nice to know you’re reading this. Of course I don’t know you. And actually I don’t even know if you are, in fact if anyone is, reading this. But it seemed like a good way to start what I ... Read More

The Smallest Coffins Are the Heaviest

22-Dec-2014

By:Dipesh Poudel

“They went to school to get education and become great men, instead they got bullets and became dead men.” 16 December 2014 became one of the tragic days in the history of mankind. It started o ... Read More

UEFA Champions League: Top Teams Advance as Group Stage Ends

17-Dec-2014

By:Anish Thakuri

The group stage round of the World’s biggest club football competition came to an end this week with a glut of some exciting goals and results. As usual, the dominance of the top teams continued thi ... Read More

Children Learn What They Live With

15-Dec-2014

By:Bidish Acharya

Couple of weeks ago, when I was attending a public speaking workshop, I had to speak on this very topic in an impromptu speech. I could not think of anything to say. All that would hit my head was the ... Read More

Indoor Cricket: An Amusing Experience

15-Dec-2014

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

7th December, 2014 DWIT The DWIT Sports Club organized a game of indoor cricket. Cricket Lovers from DWIT went to Ultimate Indoor Cricket, Sahayoginagar, Koteshwor to play a game of cricket. An in ... Read More

Three Days Before International Anti-Corruption Day

15-Dec-2014

By:Dipesh Poudel

Three days before the International Anti-Corruption Day (International Anti-Corruption Day is observed annually on 9th December), that is on 6th December, a news caught everyone's attention. It was ... Read More

A Documentary : How Did the Earth Change History?

15-Dec-2014

By:Sabin Pathak

DWIT is different than other colleges. It has provided many opportunities to students to learn and explore their ideas and views by conducting many extracurricular activities. Generally on every Thurs ... Read More

Let’s make MISTAKES

15-Dec-2014

By:Ashmita Thapa

Just the word “mistake” might have a sense of fear in your mind when it really shouldn’t. They are actually useful thing not awful ones. When a tailor makes mistake it becomes a new fashion. ... Read More

The #1

15-Dec-2014

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

They say, one is the loneliest number, but is it? 1 is the initial number that comes before every other number. Technically, zero comes before 1 but zero signifies nothingness. Zero is just a void. It ... Read More

Felix Felicis Potion, the Liquid Luck

15-Dec-2014

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

At times, a thought crosses my mind “luck equals success equals love equals happiness”. I am not sure whether this thought is right or not, but this is something I desperately want to know. The t ... Read More

Deerwalkers Hike to Manakamana

15-Dec-2014

By:Pratibh Acharya

On 14th Dec 2014, the Hiking Club of DWIT organized a hike to the Manakamana temple. 13 students along with the hike coordinator Amrit Silwal (DWIT Administration) went for the hike. The hikers were t ... Read More

New and Improved DeerCoders

08-Dec-2014

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

    DWIT is a college that has many clubs. Every club is led by the club’s president and vice president along with the help of the club members. The college has given authority t ... Read More

CERN Makes Data from LHC Experiment Public

08-Dec-2014

By:Dipesh Poudel

CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) has recently launched Open Data Portal in which data produced by experiments at LHC (Large Hadron Collider) will be made public for the first time. It ... Read More

Growth of Chinese Mobile Phone Industry

08-Dec-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

China has grown its market all over the globe in recent years. Its economic growth is remarkable. We can say that china not only has increased its economy but also it has expanded its market all over ... Read More

About Us

08-Dec-2014

By:admin

About the DWIT News Founded on March 2, 2014, DWIT News is the only college weekly in Nepal. The News publishes every Monday during the academic year and serves the communities of Deerwalk Institute ... Read More

Breast Milk? Hell No! Light Me a Cigarette Mom

08-Dec-2014

By:Shrijak Shrestha

View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x4c_wI6kQyE In the video, the little fat naked kid constantly disappearing in the clouds of smoke like a Ninja is Ardi Rizal of Indonesia. During the filming ... Read More

College Life in Kathmandu

08-Dec-2014

By:Sabin Pathak

Everyone has their own aim. In order to achieve their aim, they have to pass through different stages of life. One of those phases  is student life which plays a vital role in building our careers. A ... Read More

Book Review: Little Women

08-Dec-2014

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Chapter1: “Playing Pilgrim” “Christmas won’t be Christmas without any presents,” grumbled Jo, lying on the rug. “It’s so dreadful to be poor!” sighed Meg, looking down at her old dre ... Read More

Waiting For You to Come

08-Dec-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

 From the day when I apprehended the gist of love, From the day when I read the story of Cinderella, From the day when I watched the movie Titanic, My eyes are expecting to see you and my heart ... Read More

FIFA Ballon d’Or 2014: Who will claim it?

08-Dec-2014

By:Anish Thakuri

2014 is surely one of the remarkable years in the history of football. The world has witnessed a couple of exciting football tournaments along with the most awaited FIFA World Cup in Brazil the past s ... Read More

Raising Voice Against Sexual Abuses

08-Dec-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

With the growing sexual abuse cases around the world, rallies and demonstrations have seemingly grown. Maiti Nepal is an organization renowned for its activities in rehabilitation of the sexually h ... Read More

Picture of the Week

08-Dec-2014

By:Aasha Poudel

“Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent”  ― Victor Hugo ... Read More

Hughes 63 Not Out

08-Dec-2014

By:Amun Kharel

“I promise I will never take anything for granted from this day forward, and take any opportunity that comes my way... I have realized that life isn’t forever”- Megan (Phillip Hughes’ sister) ... Read More

My Mind – My Perspective!

05-Dec-2014

By:Sushim Poudyal

My mind is one of the awesome instruments, among others, that I use to create my reality.  Mind fabricates its own perception of 'reality’ out there! Perception, though useful and inevitable in our ... Read More

Why Not Make Discouragement a Source of Encouragement?

05-Dec-2014

By:Ruby Shrestha

“Jollifying rhythm of encouragement and appreciation rarely knock my life’s door. It is the devilish discouragement and its different forms such as “You’re not fit for it!”, “You’re not ... Read More

Oh No! Exam Fever!

05-Dec-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

Oh Exams! :3 :3 Screwed up with fear! Look up the calendar and count the days so near. Act chilled and relaxed, no worries at all Because there are still a few more days to go after all... Then i ... Read More

Cycling: Once in a lifetime experience

01-Dec-2014

By:Anish Thakuri

“Once you start cycling, the city opens up for you. No longer are you fighting it, hot and frustrated; no longer are you at the mercy of bus drivers, road workers and decisions made by others, over ... Read More

Accidents or Murders?

01-Dec-2014

By:Dipesh Poudel

I just killed a person. Why? Because If I had not killed this person he would have certainly killed another innocent person on the road and gotten away with it in the name of road accident. I kill tho ... Read More

Movie Review: We Bought a Zoo

01-Dec-2014

By:Bidish Acharya

It was already 3.00 PM in the afternoon and the thought of wasting yet another day doing nothing struck my head. Then, I thought of watching a movie. Like all the other people, I too have different ta ... Read More

Shahi Creates History

01-Dec-2014

By:Utkrista K.C.

Deriving his new formula of geometry, Basanta Shahi, 19, has been successful in bringing his new innovation to world. Shahi had presented his new formula in France on 15th June, 2014 amid huge number ... Read More

Picture of the Week

01-Dec-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

I grew old. Yes, I did. But the fragments I collected, grew into a morning of new hope. Art By: Nikita Gautam Read More

Turning Digital Image into Words

01-Dec-2014

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Artificial Intelligence in computers has come a long way. Computers can now perform a lot of operations which a human being can. AI can be used for automated work and can also be used for logical thin ... Read More

Discover Yourself……

01-Dec-2014

By:Utkrista K.C.

“Dance the night away. Live your life, and stay young on the floor…………. Aa la la la la …….” ‘Hey! Come on let’s dance’ ‘No, I don’t know how to dance’ ‘Just move ... Read More

School Feeding Program in Nepal

24-Nov-2014

By:Dipesh Poudel

School Feeding Program (SFP) is one of the current policy interventions for developing world to reduce child malnutrition and increase school attendance. In this program, government provides food supp ... Read More

An Open-Minded and a Poised Individual: SUSHIM POUDYAL

24-Nov-2014

By:Navaraj Kharel

Radiating positive energy and kicking off the conversation with a cordial smile, Sushim Poudyal, the one whom most of the DWIT students may have noticed as one of the judges in the Deertalk sessions, ... Read More

The World Around You

24-Nov-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

We live in a world where there is everything but nothing is perfect. God created us and we have created many things, we've even tried to create life. But is it that the world around us is different fr ... Read More

Dreaming With a Broken Heart

24-Nov-2014

By:Amun Kharel

I was dreaming with a broken heart Suddenly, I woke up with my heart apart Then, she started to disappear And I, crying and searching for her But I realized that it was Just a dream Just a dream. ... Read More

Human Trafficking

24-Nov-2014

By:Ashish Bikram Lamichane

Human trafficking has become a fast growing, criminal industry in the world. It is one of the most heinous crimes that have affected many developing nations and the world at large. Most of the people ... Read More

Participants Showcase Their Prototypes

24-Nov-2014

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

On 21st November 2014, the students of DWIT showcased their prototypes of their products to all the students and administration along with Dr. Rudra Pandey. The students who showcased their ideas and ... Read More

Microsoft: One Operating System for All platforms.

24-Nov-2014

By:Abhusan Gautam

Leader of the operating system, Microsoft, is known for having different operating system versions released every few years. Each platform, either Phone, or PC or Tab or X-box or Servers, support diff ... Read More

When Someone Leaves…

24-Nov-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

"Maa! I'm 13. Yay! I’m a year older. I'm feeling like a grown up today. Ha Ha...", I shouted as I got up. I'm very excited, it's my birthday today and I'm happy like crazy. Mom kissed me on my foreh ... Read More

Outliers: The Story of Success

24-Nov-2014

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

I started this book because it was suggested to me by someone I couldn’t refuse, but then finished the book in two days on my own accord. So needless to say, the book is a great page turner. One ... Read More

A.I as We Know It

24-Nov-2014

By:Bimal Gaire

When the word AI strikes our mind we suddenly get excited and specially think about the fictional characters that are portrayed in various Hollywood movies. We think of a future where robots work as ... Read More

Picture of the Week

24-Nov-2014

By:Aasha Poudel

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The Picnic – Coincidentally – 1st Anniversary Celebration

24-Nov-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

Yet another memorable and unforgettable day with the loved ones!! :) :) “Picnic with Menosh!!” Everyone was overwhelmed and simply excited by the idea itself. And since the practical exams were ... Read More

Gadhimai Mela: A Festival of Bloodshed

18-Nov-2014

By:Anish Thakuri

Do we really need to follow what our predecessors have? Can’t we get rid of all those superstitious activities that are left for us? We believe in our religion and culture, but killing 1000s of anim ... Read More

Power Button Damaged? Why Worry?

17-Nov-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

Mobile phones definitely come with a number of benefits. However, roses do have thorns. Similarly, mobile phones do sometimes prick us with problems some of which are difficult to understand while som ... Read More

What DWIT Should Do With Extra Space

17-Nov-2014

By:Kundan Shumsher Rana

Deerwalk Institute of Technology is located in the heart of Jay Bageshwari, Siphal. The college is planning to expand its area. It has acquired two plots of land adjoining to the East and the South. ... Read More

Self Confidence: It Can Be Built

17-Nov-2014

By:Navaraj Kharel

From the confident teacher, whose guidance we rely on, to the hypnotic confidence of an inspiring speaker, self-confident people have skills that everybody admires. I said it skill because I believe i ... Read More

Rohit Sharma Smashes Records

17-Nov-2014

By:Amun Kharel

Scoring 200 in ODIs was considered a mere impossible task before the master Sachin Tendulkar himself announced it being possible against fierce Proteas in Gwalior in 2010. Virendar Sehwag followed the ... Read More

Jeff Gasser: A Man of Inspiration

17-Nov-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

Jeff Gasser, the president of Deerwalk Inc., a successful entrepreneur, offered his valuable time to share some of his life experiences with the students at DWIT despite his busy schedule and time. He ... Read More

Sports Snippets

17-Nov-2014

By:Abhusan Gautam

Welcome to the very first article of the SPORTS CORNER. In this segment of the news, we go around the world getting to know about what’s happening in different sports we love i.e. football, cricket ... Read More

After 1987 and 2002, the 18th SAARC Summit

17-Nov-2014

By:Utkrista K.C.

This is the third time that Nepal is going to host the SAARC Summit after 1987 and 2002. South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) has eight nations as it members: Nepal, India, Bhutan, ... Read More

Picture of the Week

17-Nov-2014

By:admin

Deerwalk One. Together we stand! Read More

Power of Words

17-Nov-2014

By:Ruby Shrestha

I was surfing the web and was strolling through Google when I suddenly came across something I consider a really serious issue. It was something amazing, idiotically amazing by the way. There in Googl ... Read More

Life as Punishment

17-Nov-2014

By:Dipesh Poudel

Today as well he could not sleep. It is his memory of the past that besets him every night. He wants to forget all the horrible things that he had seen, experienced and done. For the last ten years, h ... Read More

0s and 1s of My Life

17-Nov-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

It seems amazing how combinations of just two numbers have created a whole new world of magic. Every living or non-living thing which exists till date is a result of these combinations. Is it just me ... Read More

Ncell App Camp: Mobile App on Tourism Sector

17-Nov-2014

By:Sameer Shrestha

We have been hearing this a lot. Nepal is a tourism country. It has the potential to appeal a lot of tourists from worldwide. Tourism can flourish a lot here and this is the area where there’s alrea ... Read More

Profit over People

17-Nov-2014

By:Shrijak Shrestha

In the recent weeks, the sterilization surgeries, which are considered to be a part of a decade long Indian government program to curb population, were conducted in the state of Chhattisgarh of India. ... Read More

The Long Talked-About Club Will Finally Commence This Week

17-Nov-2014

By:Prakriti Shree Tuladhar

Yet another glorious club of DWIT is going to begin this week. It is a club which aims to inspire Deerwalkers to, as the club President says, focus on how it happened as opposed to what happened. It ... Read More

My Experience with the DWIT News Club

17-Nov-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

I cannot actually remember the date, but I was in first semester when the idea of establishing a news club was brought up by our very own Hitesh Sir. Hitesh sir was inspired by the Yale Daily Newspape ... Read More

Cycling for a Cause

17-Nov-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

There are different events going on in the city with an aim to help people suffering from many problems. If you really want to do something or help people, there is always a way. You can help in any p ... Read More

Happiness: Inspirational Goaling

10-Nov-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

What is happiness? Every one of us can define it in our own way and have own definition of happiness. However, does your definition of happiness match with your practical life, or is it just a verbal ... Read More

Obesity: A Sin?

10-Nov-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

It was 6th November I think, the day when every one of us in the class Craig (our teacher), was teaching about Github, a web based hosting service for software development and code sharing. He referre ... Read More

Picture of the Week

10-Nov-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

That Greenery..That Freshness!! Read More

Be the One Who Can Enlighten Many Souls!

10-Nov-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

“Shit..... I don’t want to wake up and go to the college today. I want to sleep all day and night and watch movies staying in my bed. Wow, if only this could happen!” We wish for this every morn ... Read More

Club Transformation: A Sad yet Colorful Change

10-Nov-2014

By:Prabina Neupane

7th November 2014, would have passed on a very normal note if that mail had not popped up in our inbox. The silent and calm DWIT building had suddenly gone to a next level of excitement. There was new ... Read More

Journey to Cryotherapy

10-Nov-2014

By:Navaraj Kharel

I was invariably mesmerized by those people. I used to ask myself, “How do they do it?” I have seen many of them waking up at 5 am and taking a cold shower, even during the winter season. Winter i ... Read More

Pursuit of Happyness- Face Struggles with Smiles

10-Nov-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

"Be happy for this moment, this moment is your life"- Omar Khayyam  Pursuing happiness is all close to tracking down pocket full of pleasant emotions. In every man's life he/she goes through tough ... Read More

Bisket Jatra: The Only One of Its Kind

10-Nov-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

Nepal has always been known for its culture and religious values. There are different kinds of cultural and religious practices in Nepal. Lalitpur, Bhaktapur and Kathmandu are famous for different kin ... Read More

Best Friends After All...

10-Nov-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

When I am around you people, I feel everything is simply perfect I don’t care about what people think of us and blah and blah… All I care about is “us” And the special bond of love and frie ... Read More

If I were Immortal

10-Nov-2014

By:Bidish Acharya

Every once in a while, I find myself thinking, I have been putting so much effort into my life but what if it is to end anytime soon? How I wish I was immortal! More often than not, I daydream so m ... Read More

Finally! The Long Awaited Changa Chet Event

04-Nov-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

Friday afternoon, the students from all the three batches were called up to the seminar hall and Surendra sir declared that finally, the planned Changa Chet event will take place on 2nd November, 2014 ... Read More

Life Still Goes On: Mohan

03-Nov-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

The world is full of happiness along with tragedy. We always try to be happy and enjoy our lives even with all the troubles that we face. We try to fight our fate but sometimes it cannot be changed. T ... Read More

Nation's Pride: Kshitij Raj Lohani

03-Nov-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

30th April 2014 was the day that every Nepali citizen was once again proud of being a Nepali. 17 months of struggle and handwork led to an achievement that will be noted in the history of Nepal. Kshit ... Read More

Deercoders Encouraging Students to Code

03-Nov-2014

By:Prabina Neupane

Deercoders Season II was conducted this Wednesday. It is a regular event organized by “The Software Club” with an aim to encourage the students to code. Through this event students can examine the ... Read More

What If My Favorite Thing Gets Taken Away from Me?

03-Nov-2014

By:Abhusan Gautam

“It can be coins or sports or politics or horses or music or faith... the saddest people I've ever met in life are the ones who don't care deeply about anything at all. Passion and satisfaction go h ... Read More

Movies for Inspiration

03-Nov-2014

By:Bimal Gaire

Sometimes, even the small bits of life bring smile in our face. We cherish those special moments and preserve them in our heart. These happy and memorable moments are hidden inside a book, a place or ... Read More

Here Comes Sunshine!

03-Nov-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

A family living in a hamlet, Has nothing but bad fate, No children to light up their house, Nothing but a room with a husband and his spouse. Before they were happy, Smiles all over their faces ... Read More

Picture of The Week

03-Nov-2014

By:admin

Picture: DWIT students after the completion of a 'Changa Chait Event'. Read More

Chhath Parva: A Four-Day Tribute to the Sun

03-Nov-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

Chhath Puja is the Hindu festival celebrated every year on Kartik Shukla Shashthi, that is, the sixth day of the month of Kartik according to the Hindu calendar. During this festival, worshippers pe ... Read More

Learn About GitHub: A Hub for Social Coders

03-Nov-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

GitHub is a platform, or place, where we can share our code with others. It is a social coding site, just like social networking sites such as Facebook or Twitter. GitHub allows individuals to post th ... Read More

The Shawshank Redemption- Hope is a Little Thing that Keeps You Alive!

03-Nov-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

Wow shaping life in the dark sounds extremely interesting, doesn’t it? Any plant can grow in enough light, but only few can retain in the darkness. Those plants are really special. What comes to you ... Read More

If the Walls Could Speak

29-Oct-2014

By:Subin Shrestha

Our world is peaceful and beautiful. I am from this world. My name is Klen. The walls in this world can speak. They can interact with people. They talk and communicate with people. These walls don’t ... Read More

Tihar Celebration at DWIT!

27-Oct-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

22nd October, 2014 was the day on which I celebrated Tihar for the very first time at Deerwalk Institute of Technology. I believe Tihar not only means carrying out Bhai Tika or Mha Puja or Laxmi Puja, ... Read More

That Day... She Regretted Being a Girl

27-Oct-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

She had a dream. She loved to smile. She seemed so happy, but until that day. That day, her dreams went off track. She was raped. She could not go anywhere because she was raped. She had to face terri ... Read More

My Love for Food

27-Oct-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

Love: a feeling used to describe a strong affection towards someone or something. I do have affection towards a person-but my love for food goes back, way back. Back to when I was a small child. And h ... Read More

Picture of The Week

27-Oct-2014

By:admin

Every cloud has a silver lining! Read More

All of a Sudden

27-Oct-2014

By:Navaraj Kharel

All of a sudden, the things that are in your room start moving. The main fear that has semblance on your brain at that moment is ‘Death’. You try to hide somewhere; but no, the intensity of fear g ... Read More

All Looking Up!

27-Oct-2014

By:Menosh Appl

The faces, their hues... Olive, honey, cream, chocolate All delectable, all perishable The faces, their desires... Red, Yellow, Green, Fiery All abominable, All punishable The faces, their eyes. ... Read More

Tihar Celebrations

27-Oct-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

Tihar is the one of the most important religious festivals celebrated by Hindus all over the world. It has its own religious significance. It is generally celebrated in the new moon day of Kartika. Ce ... Read More

DOTA by Experience

27-Oct-2014

By:Umang Gurung

DO NOT REFRAIN FROM READING THIS ARTICLE BECAUSE IT’S ABOUT DOTA. Do refrain for reasons other than that. For example, if you lost interest after the first paragraph or if you have “other more imp ... Read More

Coraline: Think before you Imagine

27-Oct-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

It is always wonderful to watch a movie that puts the story about an imaginary world, where you find everything that you like and those little things that you have been deprived of in your real life. ... Read More

My Soul!

20-Oct-2014

By:Bidish Acharya

My soul, so young and desiring strives for blended experiences in life be it ecstasy or love even, heartbreak or anguish because, I ask If you don’t live the lessons what’s it that you learn ... Read More

The Rap-God: Eminem

20-Oct-2014

By:Abhusan Gautam

Marshall Mathers, most commonly known as EMINEM, turned 42 this week. He might be getting older but his artistry will stay immortal to his fans. Although almost always full of swears and street langua ... Read More

A Page from My Diary: What and How I Saw?

20-Oct-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

Exactly one hour ago, I was happily returning home from my college with my friends talking about every little silly thing we know about, arguing with one another, pulling each other’s legs and teasi ... Read More

Participants Experienced a Lot from Deerthon

20-Oct-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

On 20th September 2014, The Software Club had organized the first Deerthon competition in DWIT. In the program, 7 teams had participated. Each team had shared their experiences with DWIT News. It s ... Read More

Picture of The Week

20-Oct-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Art By: Nikita Gautam Sketch of: Menosh Appl (English Teacher of DWIT!) Read More

Why DWIT?

20-Oct-2014

By:Navaraj Kharel

We all are aware of the fact that it’s a big transition from high school to the college level. I think it’s the most perplexing situation and a tedious job to choose a college where we can make ou ... Read More

Hidden Silence!

20-Oct-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Look at my eyes, and you can see a damaged me, Silently groaning into the illusion of the dark, and that's covering me. I look here, I look there and I see all concrete streets. I struggle to pull ... Read More

Hey Freshmen!

16-Oct-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

“Deerwalk Institute of Technology”, it was the first time I had heard about this college. My first reaction was “What a funny name!” It was the day when our plus two results were out and I had ... Read More

College Orientation for The Batch of 2018

16-Oct-2014

By:Bimal Gaire

On 10th of October 2014, orientation program was conducted on the ‘Nupse’ hall of DWIT. The main aim of this program was to introduce the students of new batch with the rules and regulations and f ... Read More

Superstitious Traditions and Norms Require Either Elimination or Reforms

13-Oct-2014

By:Ruby Shrestha

Hey hey hey! Wait..Do not stroll near the temple area during your menstruation; you’ll get it impure! Stop! Do not come into the kitchen without washing your hands after eating. Do not touch the fri ... Read More

Words

13-Oct-2014

By:Umesh Dhungana

You are silent Silent for a long time Too long time, since I know you Silent like dew on a rose Now let the words burst Burst it loud Burst it out Out from your soul Soul that is pure Pure li ... Read More

Should Jamara Be Sold?

13-Oct-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Dashain, the most significant festival of Nepali Culture has ended for the forthcoming twelve months. On the first day of Dashain called Ghatasthapana, seeds of barley and maize are sowed on a leaf pl ... Read More

I Wish I Was...

12-Oct-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

I am a dreamer and I dream of doing every possible thing in this world. It’s a different story that whatever I do, is in my dreams. And this is the reason I wish for so many things in life. I am not ... Read More

The Correlation Between Feedback and Confidence

12-Oct-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

Let’s just start with a game. Imagine that you are blindfolded and asked to throw 4 pieces of paper, each at a time, targeting at the dustbin. The position of the dustbin will be changed after your ... Read More

My Identity

12-Oct-2014

By:Akankshya Upadhaya

Each day I grow, a cheerful world I see My son, my husband and me The bed tea and a packet of biscuit I serve And with love, my family take it all My son leave for the best school downtown And al ... Read More

Picture of the Week

12-Oct-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

Beauty in Serenity: The Begnas Taal  Read More

'Coherence' - Are you ready to challenge your patience?

12-Oct-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

One night you come out of your room just to breath some  fresh air. Aww... there you see a wonderful sight, the blue sky with stars and a shining moon. But near your home, you hear someone  breathin ... Read More

Dashain: The Greatest Festival

01-Oct-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Dashain, Bada-Dashain, Vijaya Dashami, these words are the most common words at the moment. In every sentence people speak they use the word “Dashain”. “I am going home for Dashain, I am buying ... Read More

To Be Human

23-Sep-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

Human used to be ape man many years ago. No, no... Human used to be primitives before that. What a drastic change!! Wow... Now we look beautiful, don’t we? We have nice hair, beautiful eyes, lovely ... Read More

A Letter To My Future Husband

22-Sep-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

My future husband, I don’t know you and you don’t know me. I have no idea where you live or where we will meet. I also don’t know what will be the color of your skin, how is your family like? I ... Read More

Kindness And Respect

22-Sep-2014

By:Abhusan Gautam

Kindness is the most valuable gift you can give to someone. Kindness is contagious; they spread when shared. A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and ma ... Read More

DeerTalk: DWIT vs. DWS

22-Sep-2014

By:Sushant Gurung

On 19th September, 2014, DeerExpress conducted its first session of the DeerTalk, where the champions of Deerwalk Institute of technology (DWIT) faced off against the champions of Deerwalk Services (D ... Read More

Arise

22-Sep-2014

By:Umang Gurung

Start with a little smile Lose yourself, go wild You’ve been waiting for it And you’ve finally got it Break free with all your might Celebrate this moment wise You’ve been waiting for it ... Read More

Picture of the Week

22-Sep-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

Guess What??? Read More

Deborah Koehler, woman of the world

16-Sep-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

“I saw life when I left everything back and lived my dreams.” said Deborah, one of the few inspiring women I have ever seen. Every second spent with her becomes a moment to remember. She was 19 ye ... Read More

The Sleeping Dog

15-Sep-2014

By:Bibek Adhikari

My dog sleeps, On my porch... Ah, how neatly he sleeps, With his wicked paws and posture, With his shimmering luster, From his fur, With unfeeling blood flowing through his veins... With an odd ... Read More

When I woke up.... Everything was lost!

15-Sep-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

Hey, I have been more mature till the day I wrote my last poem in that diary There used to be my separate world of creation, my prince and the beautiful fairy. There were high mountains that could ... Read More

Professional Gaming - The Dream

15-Sep-2014

By:Abhusan Gautam

“ “Its Impossible", "You cannot do it", "Don't Day-Dream”, "Nothing is more important than your studies". I get these a lot. Ironically, I was always taught to do what I loved and follow my drea ... Read More

Food: A meaning to life and recipe of Apple Pie

15-Sep-2014

By:Bimal Gaire

Food has a great meaning in our life. It adds color and flavor to our joy and celebrations. Foods are not only meant for eating, there is more to it; it is a channel to exchanging love and compassion. ... Read More

Picture of the Week

15-Sep-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Photo: The Awaited Upcoming Event (Dada Ma Changa Chet!) (Dada Ma Changa Chet is an event where the Deerwalkers will hike, compete in flying kites, win, lose and with that all, ultimately have fun ... Read More

One of The Students Develop 'The Project Tracker'

15-Sep-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

Deerwalk Institute of Technology is an institute where students are encouraged to do new things and in a different way. This college is different from others as students here do many things that are o ... Read More

Movie Review: Patch Adams

14-Sep-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

How oftentimes do a man's deeds deliver a potent message to the mass? How often does an unconventional act, that lets people think in a different prospective is appreciated? We, the so called intellig ... Read More

Champion of The Champions

14-Sep-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

On 9th September, 2014, the DeerExpress club of DWIT organized the 8th session of the talk session. On this session the winners from the previous sessions were the participants. There were a total of ... Read More

Kumari, the living goddess

14-Sep-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

Gods and goddess are regarded as a very important thing in a religious country like Nepal. The unique among all of them is the living goddess Kumari Devi, a deified young girl. According to Wikipedia, ... Read More

Stop it!! Comparison is not healthy.

14-Sep-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Does comparison in life truly influence you? What do you think? When our parents compare us with someone who topped the university and say, “just see your brother, where has he reached but you have ... Read More

A Wonderful Benchmark to Celebrate: The Treat for the 25th Edition of DWIT NEWS

14-Sep-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

We, the joyous, hard-working and dedicated members of the DWIT News Team were excited and delighted about the idea of celebrating our 25th edition. (After all, we all deserved it, didn’t we?) The id ... Read More

Shortcomings and Future Plans of the DWIT News

08-Sep-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

We do not desire to be restrained in the place where we are at present; being qualified in certain things and not moving forward for more progress in life is not the human character. To achieve more a ... Read More

Picture of The Week: 25 Weeks Older DWIT News Team

08-Sep-2014

By:admin

Photo: Happy members of The DWIT News Team! Read More

I Wanna Be A Child

08-Sep-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

Don’t you ever feel like going back to your past? Don’t you remember all the memories you had when you were a child? So you don’t wish for that time to come again? Living life freely, no worries ... Read More

Walking!

08-Sep-2014

By:Sristi Bhattarai

Walking has always been one of my favorite activities. To me it is the beginning of travel. The movement, the rhythm, the undulation of the senses and of the body that it initiates— I enjoy the very ... Read More

At the End of the Day

08-Sep-2014

By:Bidish Acharya

Every Wednesday evening, as I hold my laptop and walk inside the couch room of DWIT, I experience the best moment, wonder why? Because I’m submitting myself to the best bonding team ever created at ... Read More

Changa Chait!! Fly High with the Kites of Your Dreams

08-Sep-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

Yahoo!!! The kites and the clear sky!! It’s just the perfect combination!! :D Kite flying is what we all say, see and hear during these days. It’s already September and Dashain is on the thresh ... Read More

Mindfulness And Emotional Skills for Higher Performance- By Ravi Pradhan

08-Sep-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

A 63 year old man visited our college on 5th September and changed the perspective to see  life in just two hours. He fantastically began his talk, by telling everyone to leave their chairs and stand ... Read More

Self - Esteem

08-Sep-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

According to Wikipedia, "Self-esteem is a term used in psychology to reflect a person's overall emotional evaluation of his or her own worth." What am I going to do with myself? I can never do things ... Read More

Robinson Crusoe: Book Review

08-Sep-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

What would you do, if you found yourself drowned in a sea into a land you've never encountered before? Many of us wouldn't be able to even survive just few days in it. A true journey and struggle of a ... Read More

The Experiment: From My Point of View

08-Sep-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

August 30th ‘017 was the day on which our English mentor Menosh had planned to show us a movie called “ The Experiment”. In the previous class, she asked us to think about the question “Does s ... Read More

Congratulations To Alok Koirala, the R&D Director!

02-Sep-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

Alok Koirala joined Deerwalk Institute of Technology as Associate Director of R&D on 1st March, 2014.  He is a specialist in virtualization and has spent almost seven years working for VMWare. He ... Read More

Deer Fest Testimonials by The Members of DWIT News

02-Sep-2014

By:admin

‘Work Hard, Play hard’ The students of DWIT took on the challenge of arranging, preparing and presenting DWIT’s very first cultural festival with much enthusiasm and dedication. I absolutely ... Read More

Performances in Deer Fest

01-Sep-2014

By:Sushant Gurung

Deerwalk Institute of Technology celebrated their first college festival, “Deer Fest”, on 24th August. Everybody was happy throughout the event. Students came up with songs and dances, which was t ... Read More

Future Predictions

01-Sep-2014

By:Umang Gurung

Since I have not been watching the news, an activity that is beyond me, let’s talk about the future. I get my news from the trusted websites like Facebook, 9gag, cracked, Wikipedia etc… so I’m n ... Read More

ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

01-Sep-2014

By:Abhusan Gautam

If you have been following the global trend, you must have heard of the ALS ICE BUCKET CHALLENGE. So what is it all about? For starters, it’s a charity raising campaign where people dump a bucket of ... Read More

I See God in Your Lap, Nature

31-Aug-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

Now this 19 year old girl will talk about the lessons she has learnt from nature. It sounds funny, doesn’t it? Have patience guys, you will surely gain something from this article. I may seem juveni ... Read More

Haritalik Teej: A Festival Only for Women

31-Aug-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Nepal is very diverse in culture and ethnicity. It is a land of festival. Hundreds of festivals are celebrated every year. Among them Teej is one, which is totally dedicated to women. Teej is one o ... Read More

Rishi Panchami: Do Women Really Need To Get Purified?

31-Aug-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

Rishi Panchami, I had always cherished this day not because of the rituals and beliefs associated with it, but because of the privilege of getting a holiday for being a woman. I had no idea about the ... Read More

Is It Fair??!

23-Aug-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

People say that this is the 21st century. This is the modern era and we are free to do whatever we want. There is equality and no difference amongst girls and boys. But has the perceived gender differ ... Read More

Hitesh Karki- A Man Who Loves Challenges

18-Aug-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

First of all, I would like to congratulate Hitesh Karki who has been promoted to the position of Chief Academic Officer at DWIT. Hitesh Karki joined DWIT on August 2012 as a part time employee as the ... Read More

Deerwalk Talentum

18-Aug-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

A talent show called “Deerwalk Talentum” was held at DWIT Nuptse hall on Friday, 15th August. This was a formal program where the students could participate and show their talent. The Talentum was ... Read More

Who Me?

18-Aug-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Sketch by: Nikita Gautam Today I look back into my life and envision me being myself again. Aging into the same old fresh and bitter tastes that lifted taste buds of my lifetime. I wonder how my jo ... Read More

Know Your Neighborhood: Kapan

18-Aug-2014

By:Abhusan Gautam

Once a green land with nothing but agricultural sites, Kapan is a village-cum-city developing in the outskirts of Kathmandu. Nature has preserved herself in this region. For many it is one of the majo ... Read More

Music, Guitar, and Me

18-Aug-2014

By:Sushant Gurung

In my opinion, music can be the medium through which we can express our feelings in the form of words or a piece of melody. Everyone likes to listen to music. People listen to their favorite type of m ... Read More

Grades- My life Is More Than This!

18-Aug-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

Look children are playing hide and seek and laughing. Aw! my goodness they are so happy. Maybe they still have not met that bloody ghost, the ghost of “grades”. They are not aware of the difficult ... Read More

Movie Review: Dead Poets Society

18-Aug-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

Dead Poets Society is a 1989, American film, starring late Robin Williams in the main lead. It is the story of an English professor, John Keating, played by Robin Williams, whose teaching methods are ... Read More

Picture of the Week

17-Aug-2014

By:admin

Crafting the Curves... Photo By: Rajeev Bista Photographer's Info: Rajeev Bista is BE in Electronics Engineering from Kathmandu University and a learner in photography. Thanks Rajeev Bista for ... Read More

Females: Sufferers Yet Promoters of Sexism?

17-Aug-2014

By:Ruby Shrestha

Why aren’t we treated equally? Why does the disparity creep in? Throw anything upon us and we’ll face it equally well! Don’t underestimate our domain of ability. Capability is independent of gen ... Read More

Taking it to the street

11-Aug-2014

By:Erica Pandey

With the Gaijatra festival and the annual Nepal Pride Parade around the corner, Kathmandu’s LGBTI community has been spearheading the advocacy effort for gay rights through street art. City walls ... Read More

My Daily Commute

11-Aug-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

I just wonder what these vehicles (buses and motors) are fed daily apart from the stinky petrol and greasy diesel. Is there anything apart from petrol and diesel that causes the vehicles to expand and ... Read More

Movies: An Important Part of Life

11-Aug-2014

By:Bimal Gaire

Happiness is the most important thing that we need in our life. We seek happiness in the smallest bits of our everyday moments. We need fun and entertainment as well. Everything we do to pass our time ... Read More

Rakshya Bandhan – A Thread Uniting Hearts

11-Aug-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Hindu culture is rich with different festivals which symbolize love, peace, happiness and relationships within family members. Human nature nurtures emotional bonds with majestic sentiments. Sibling r ... Read More

Picture of The Week

11-Aug-2014

By:Sumit Shrestha

We are cups, constantly and quietly being filled. The trick is, knowing how to tip ourselves over and let the beautiful stuff out. - Ray Bradbury Read More

Movie Review: Unconditional

11-Aug-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

Have you ever loved anyone unconditionally? Your parents, your friends or your lover? Unconditional love means loving a person with no ifs, buts and howevers.. You love without any conditions, without ... Read More

Fun and Games

11-Aug-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

DWIT News team which is responsible for publishing news every Monday is comprised of Editors and reporters who write articles every week. People might think we are a bunch of boring people who spend t ... Read More

The Effect of Commercialization on Sport

11-Aug-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

There was always a good cause for the invention of different sports events like the Olympic Games, World Cup, SAFF Championship and many more. The Olympic Games were introduced in 776 BC by the Greeks ... Read More

Nine Days at Deerwalk

11-Aug-2014

By:Avishek Neupane

Bus rides, handshakes, mentors, friends, Nepali peak names and cutting edge technology. These six words sum up my nine day internship at Deerwalk - a healthcare analytics and software development comp ... Read More

DWIT: A College IT Startup Incubator

11-Aug-2014

By:Craig Appl

Kathmandu is ripe with tech innovation for Nepalese by Nepalese. We have taken the first steps to ensure our students learn beyond the standard CSIT curriculum by doing. So much, in fact, that we have ... Read More

Modi..Modi..Modi...Everywhere!

04-Aug-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

A page from my diary | 2nd August, 2014. Whoever said it, said the truth.We just have to live, and we will face many bizarre incidents that will make us laugh and sometimes even piss us off. Tod ... Read More

Walking Down The Memory Lane

04-Aug-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Memories are the most mesmerizing and valuable parts of our lives. As we move on, we collect memories that will last for the rest of our lives. When we are alone and sad, memories help us ease the pai ... Read More

Shrawan 15th: A Day to Mesmerize Our Taste Buds with Kheer

04-Aug-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

We found out the reason behind eating dahi and chiura in Asadh 15th, right?  Now, let's hop on to Shrawan, the month of green. We can see females wearing bright yellow and green bangles and putting o ... Read More

ECA Disaster

04-Aug-2014

By:Bidish Acharya

I barely reach a double figure when I go on to count the number of educational institutions in Nepal that encourage their students to get involved in extracurricular activities. Of course, there are a ... Read More

My English Teacher

04-Aug-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

Have you ever wished for a person who can listen to all your worries? You may have, right? But what if that person turns out to be your teacher. I did. And yes, I found that person to be my English Te ... Read More

Are you Worthy to Live?

04-Aug-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

This world may have started then a day before our imagination. We don’t exactly know the date or time this world came into existence but it’s estimated to be more than billions of years. We aren ... Read More

Picture of the Week

04-Aug-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Art By: Nikita Gautam, a student studying in the second semester at DWIT. Read More

Hidden Maturity In Children's Innocence

04-Aug-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

You may be thinking, “What!? The word maturity is not made for children. These two words are not compatible. Really! How can a child be mature, in what sense? Wait, I have an answer to this. A four ... Read More

Book Review: Revolution 2020

04-Aug-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

“Revolution 2020”, Chetan Bhagat’s fifth book,is one of the usual stories with a little fiction and much like a Bollywood movie. The story is about three childhood friends Gopal, Raghav and Aart ... Read More

SEA Change

04-Aug-2014

By:Anmol Shrestha

This is a story of a boy. He’s white as snow and cute as a button. For his age, he’s a bit shorter than the rest of his schoolmates. Everyone likes him and there’s no reason why they shouldn’t ... Read More

A Memorable Hike

28-Jul-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

It was 20th June, Friday I think, the day when we came to know that we were going to Manakamana for a hike. We were very much excited about the hike. I remember, it was me and Sneha who forced Ruby an ... Read More

E-education and E-health at IT4D

28-Jul-2014

By:Ruby Shrestha

With the primary themes of e-health and e-education, the second international conference on Information Technology for Development (IT4D), organized by Deerwalk Institute of Technology, was successful ... Read More

The Seat By the Window

28-Jul-2014

By:Bhishan Bhandari

Lucky today, a fine seat at the second row patiently waits for me. A big fat man insists me to stay to a seat with the window while he remains to my left. The conductor on top of his voice tries to co ... Read More

Picture of the Week

28-Jul-2014

By:Saroj Shrestha

On the way to Kalinchowk. Read More

Wall Climbing: Astrek Climbing Wall

28-Jul-2014

By:Sushant Gurung

Wall climbing is the safest way to learn climbing techniques. It is an artificial, constructed wall with grip for hands and foot. It is similar to that of rock formation and is used for indoor climbin ... Read More

Hiking From Sundarijal To Chisopani

28-Jul-2014

By:Umang Gurung

The recent hiking event of 20th July, 2014 had 12 participants from the DWIT batch 2017 and one chief coordinator, Amrit Silwal. The hiking club finally organised this hike after postponing it for two ... Read More

Parental Love Towards Children

28-Jul-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

“Now I just wonder there could possibly be a machine for measuring LOVE and I could show you, my daughters how much I love you. Neither I can explain it nor are the words that I have written enough ... Read More

Shravan: Month of the Color "Green"

28-Jul-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

The fifth month of Hindu calendar Shravan starts in late July and ends in the third week of August. The month of Shravan according to Hindu culture is seen as the holiest month of the year for Hindus. ... Read More

Vegetable Swapped by Poison

28-Jul-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Do you think we are eating vegetable in our lunch these days? No, we are not, it is poison. These days one of the most serious disputes is poisonous vegetables in the market. It was scientifically pro ... Read More

Israel – Palestine Conflict

28-Jul-2014

By:Bimal Gaire

Humanity is at stake now. This world is going crazy. Even the peaceful countries are now under chaos and destruction. No one is safe from this everlasting war. People are being treated as animals as i ... Read More

Restaurant Review : Imago-Dei

27-Jul-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

Imago-Dei Restaurant was established in 2006 and is located at Nagpokhari near UK visa application center. It has peaceful and composed ambience. It caters continental foods which treats your hunger w ... Read More

Hello!! I Am Lucy and I Am A Dog!

22-Jul-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

Oh! It’s such a bright sunny morning. Thank god it is not raining right now. Actually, you know, it has been raining for many days. The weather has not been so good lately. I don’t like rain, main ... Read More

People Special: Sabina Tamang Awaits Our Help

21-Jul-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

From the time I heard the news I am unable to give any spiritual consolation to anyone. Why has God been so harsh to that mother, that wife, that daughter? This question is making my head heavy. Someb ... Read More

IT4D Conference : “E-education and E-health”

21-Jul-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

IT4D conference is a forum where professionals from different disciplines exchange their experiences and knowledge about the power and capabilities of Information Technology.  The conference focuses ... Read More

Picture of the Week

21-Jul-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

Serenity...Nonchalance...Composure...Beauty..!! Read More

Board Exams of Batch 2015 and 2016

21-Jul-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

The board examinations of senior batches 2015 and 2016 is going on. Seven students from the batch 2015 and 32 students form batch 2016 are busy taking their examinations. The  exam is conducted by Tr ... Read More

Life Is Not Just a Stage…

20-Jul-2014

By:Umang Gurung

This story is part fiction with all the names changed to hide their true identity. I had been really worried that morning about having stepped on some dog crap. I had brushed my shoe against grass ... Read More

Nepali Attire

20-Jul-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Nepal is a multilingual, multi-ethnic, multicultural and geographically as well as climatically diversified nation. Unlike western countries, although Nepal is small in size, but comprises a wide rang ... Read More

Book Review : A Bridge to Terebethia

20-Jul-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

How fun would it be to have your own imaginary world? Have you ever wished of being a king or a queen? Do you know how it feels to fight off the bad monsters to save your kingdom? Is your friendship s ... Read More

My Relationship With Music

20-Jul-2014

By:Bipin Poudel

All my childhood, I have wondered why people are so fascinated with the sound of music. As I grew up, I inherited the same passion for music as others. There is no way to prove that life without music ... Read More

Kathmandu Kora Cycling Challenge 2014- “No Child Born to Die”

14-Jul-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

The Kathmandu Kora cycling challenge is organized once a year on the third Saturday of July. This practice started in 2011 with 35 riders. Any individual from any country can participate in this chall ... Read More

An Unforgettable Day

14-Jul-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

DWIT College has always been an interesting and fun place for everyone. Students are always surprised. The college has always stood different from the other crowd. It has been more than six months tha ... Read More

Picture of The Week

14-Jul-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

The Plains, The Hills, The Forest, The Greenery- That's The Beauty of Nepal ! Read More

Who Am I?

13-Jul-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

If I had to define myself, I wouldn’t know how to. Am I always happy? No. I believe there are always two sides to a person. And that according to me are the internal and the external. Internal as in ... Read More

Different Layers: A Fantasy

13-Jul-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

A world! A world with different layers. And the layers? The layers are none other than the different layers of our earth’s atmosphere. Have you ever wondered that the layers may not only be a place ... Read More

Guru Purnima- The Day of Our Lord, Our Gurus

13-Jul-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

“GURUR BRAHMA,GURUR VISHNU,GURUR DEVO MAHESHWARAH GURUR SAAKSHAAT PARA-BRAHMA, ASMAI SHRI GURUVE NAMAH.” This is a pure mantra, which means Guru is Brahma, the God of Creation. He is Vishn ... Read More

Book Review: Abarat

13-Jul-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

There is always a question mark lying next to whether there exists another world beyond this or not.Everyone must have dreamt of an epic story of their own. Such dreams are where an unusual spirit or ... Read More

Is The Tag 'The Biggest Shame in History' Given to Brazilian’s Loss in The Semis Reasonable?

13-Jul-2014

By:Ruby Shrestha

Brazilians losing the semis against Germany by six goals was viewed with much dismay and contempt around the world, especially in Brazil, the soccer-engrossed nation. The immense impact of defeat over ... Read More

Heart-rending Life at Pashupati Briddhashram

07-Jul-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

The Pashupatinath, a temple located in Gaushala of Kathmandu, is a famous place of pilgrimage for Hindus around the world. It is not just a temple but also the dwelling place for hundreds of monkeys a ... Read More

Devendra Dai: One Who Secures the Deerwalkers

07-Jul-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

The first person we see when we enter our college is our  guard dai, Devendra Limbu. Whenever I see him wishing good morning with that happy face I feel as if my entire day is going to be jovial. De ... Read More

Book Review: The Fault in Our Stars

06-Jul-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

What would you do if you were diagnosed with incurable cancer? How would you feel when you know the bitter truth of your life that you’re going to die soon? How would you feel when you love someone ... Read More

Picture of the Week

06-Jul-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Picture of the Week: Water- A bliss for pigeons in scorching summer! Read More

What Would I Call Her? A Prostitute Or A Survivor?

06-Jul-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

I question sometimes how was I able to reach to this side. At present I cannot just interpret and write but have been able to control these many parts of my life. It all started in a brothel of Thamel ... Read More

A Moment of Tremor and Terror

06-Jul-2014

By:Subigya Kumar Nepal

There was mayhem on the streets; I was overwhelmed by a sense of panic. The fact that I had bare feet meant nothing because at that moment, having no footwear was the least of my worries. It was also ... Read More

The Biased World

06-Jul-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

The sun is moving around on its own axis. The earth is rotating, time is passing as usual. We all are lucky to get what we want but still we want more. When I look around, this world is really quite a ... Read More

Our Intriguing World

06-Jul-2014

By:Umang Gurung

Life is mysterious, fate is random and time is short. Every one of us sometimes ask the unanswerable questions. They may be big or small but they show our world as some mystical, legendary creature wh ... Read More

Know Your Neighborhood: Lazimpat

05-Jul-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

Lazimpat, well known for many attractive hotels, restaurants and embassies, is the heart of Kathmandu. It comprises a number of hotels such as Shangri-LaHotel, Hotel Cascade, Radisson Hotel along with ... Read More

People Special: Opinion on a Kid Who is Deprived of Education

30-Jun-2014

By:Barsha Dahal

Have you seen a small boy working in DWIT nowadays? I just saw that boy yesterday. I felt woebegone by seeing those hands made for books and copies busy carrying heavy items. More than sad, I was shoc ... Read More

World Cup - Behind The Scenes

30-Jun-2014

By:Bidish Acharya

The knockout stage of the world cup kicked off last Saturday as a result of which the intensity and the excitement among the fans have risen up. It is not so hard to figure out that all the Nepalese f ... Read More

Movie Review : The Book Thief

30-Jun-2014

By:Nikita Gautam

Everyone loved the movie "Life of PI". If you have enjoyed it, then get ready for another inspiring story "The Book Thief". This is a film based on the beloved international bestseller of the same nam ... Read More

Picture of the Week

30-Jun-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

Picture of the Week : N-Cell Purple Village Read More

SP Basanta Panta Talks to DWIT Students

30-Jun-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

On 26th June 2014, SP Basanta Panta, In-charge of Operation Department of Nepal Traffic Police, addressed the students of Batch 2017 at DWIT. The talk program was initiated by the campus chief, Surend ... Read More

The Gender Discrimination and The Lofty Goal to Reduce it.

30-Jun-2014

By:Ashmita Kunwar

This is the 21st century; everything has changed and has been modified. Nothing is same as it was before as we know changing is a natural process that goes on and on. Men and women were two different ... Read More

Dahi Chiura in the 15th?

30-Jun-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

We all know about eating Dahi Chiura and Kheer in Asadh 15th and Shrawan 15th, right? Have we ever wondered why is it that we should be eating these foods only in these days? What I mean is that we ca ... Read More

Know Your Neighborhood : Dhapasi

29-Jun-2014

By:Binod Aryal

Slightly densely populated but peaceful and quite away from the hustle and bustle of crowded streets, Dhapasi is a residentially preferred village in the northern outskirts of Kathmandu District. Dhap ... Read More

From Above the Sky

23-Jun-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

From above the sky Have you ever imagined how the world looks from above the sky? No, right? I haven’t either. I think if we start imagining it, we will get nothing but disappointment. The world ... Read More

Urmila Didi : A Survivor

23-Jun-2014

By:Shreha Regmi

Dreaming of becoming a teacher, Urmila Didi was born in Koteshwor but now lives in Kapan. Urmila Didi is the girl who is always seen in the canteen writing down orders, talking to everyone in a very p ... Read More

Movie Club Screens 'The Human Planet - Ocean into Blue'

23-Jun-2014

By:Ankit Pradhan

On June 19 2014, The Documentary Club screened the documentary film “The Human Planet- Ocean into Blue”. The Human Planet is a documentary series shown by British television. This documentary seri ... Read More

Picture of the Week

23-Jun-2014

By:Sneha Parajuli

Picture of the Week: Up-hill View of Manakamana Area Read More

Faculty Corner: What Bollywood Means To Me

23-Jun-2014

By:Menosh Appl

(Author Bio: Menosh Appl is an English lecturer at Deerwalk Institute of Technology, Sifal, Kathmandu.) I grew up watching Bollywood movies, listening to Hindi songs, dancing to Bhangra beats…At ... Read More

Faculty Corner: What Bollywood Means To Me

23-Jun-2014

By:admin

Menosh Appl Author Bio: Menosh Appl is an English lecturer at Deerwalk Institute of Technology, Sifal, Kathmandu.   I grew up watching Bollywood movies, listening to Hindi songs, dancing t ... Read More

Renovation of Jaya Bageshwori Temple

23-Jun-2014

By:Bimal Gaire

Kathmandu valley is known as the "City of Temples". "Gaushala" is the most popular area amongst all inside the valley because it is considered as the most sacred place due to the presence of "Pasupati ... Read More

Is Suicide the Only Option?

23-Jun-2014

By:Asmita Subedi

It is heartbreaking to hear the news of suicides every year after the results of board examinationsgetpublished. This year as well, after the announcement of results of SLC 2070, 3 t