Sunday, 2 March 2008

NEWS from Goettingeli Nepalese Samaj

Due to lots of stress arouse from the unexpected illness of AARJU, we forgot many things to include in the website.
Most importantly, Lok Nath Paudel returned back from Nepal after his field work on 27th February. He didnot come alone. With him all the family members of Jeetendra Mahat also arrived in Goettingen. Mr. John Mahat (7years) and Ms. Angilla Mahat (2 years) accompanied with their mother, arrived without any difficulties to Germany. We as the Goettingeli Nepalese Samaj would like to extend our heartiest welcome to the Mahat Family. We wish the best for their nice and fruitful stay in Goettingen, Germany. Moreover, Mr. John Mahat got admission to Bruder Grimm School immediate after his arrival. To get admission in such a well known school is also great achievement. He will be joining this school from tomorrow (3rd March).
Similary, Mr. Netra Bhandari visited Denmark and China for his professional works. He has returned back to Goettingen on 1st March. We hope his stay would have been really nice and fruitful. Similarly, Mr. Rosan Devkota attended the conference in Bonn on Forest Policy. We are very hopeful on that their experiences and exposures would be beneficial to our country in developing sustainable forestry and upliftment of people's livelihood.
Besides, in February, we celebrated the birthday of our children. In the beginning, Ms. Agrata and Agrima Rijal celebrated their fifth birth day. On 29th February, Mr. Avi K.C. celebrated his fourth birthday. We wish all the best for them on the occasion of their happy birth day.
Despite of these, Our friend Ajaya Jung Kunwar is nearly at the end of his Ph.D. title. He is planning to submit his Ph.D. thesis in this month. He has been too busy with the thesis write up. We wish good luck to him!
Similarly, Our friend Ms. Archana Gauli is returning back to Nepal after her succesful completion of M.Sc. in Tropical and International Forestry. We wish all the best for her professional career in future.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...


I like your all postings. We are so sorry to hear that your daughter is undergoing medical complications. Our thought and operation is with you and your family.

We wish her early recovery.

Shankar and Sarita Karki
Florida, USA