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APRIL- JUNE 2021

A QUARTERLY PUBLICATION OF LBEF GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS

ISSN 2705-4721 (PRINT) AND 2705-473X (ONLINE)

VOLUME 03, ISSUE: 02

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APRIL- JUNE 2021

A QUARTERLY PUBLICATION OF LBEF GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS

PAST NEWSLETTERS

VOLUME 03, ISSUE: 02

ISSN 2705-4721 (PRINT) AND 2705-473X (ONLINE)

A PLAYFUL SPORTS DAY CELEBRATION ‘PCPS SPORTS MEET-2021’ PCPS Connect Volume 02, Issue: 03

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4th April - 11th April, 2021

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he sports ceremony is more like a festival to the PCPS College. Like every year, this year also PCPS organized its ‘Sports Week’ with grand splendor from 4th April 2021 to 11th April 2021. The Sports Club president Mr. Omkar Dangol and vice-president Mr. Aryan Thapa conducted all the games. As, almost every student of the college and alumni participated in the sports, so, the whole competition went longer than in other years. Students were very much excited after all this was the time to enjoy beyond studies. Several indoors and outdoors games were held in the event. The indoor games such as Carom, Chess, Table Tennis, FIFA 21, PUG G were held within the premises of PCPS college, whereas, Valorant and CS-GO were held in Bootcamp, Nepal. Outdoor games such as Basketball, Rug of War were held within the premises of PCPS

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college. Similarly, Fusal was held in Sankhamul Futsal, Badminton in LBEF Badminton Court and Cricket in Royal KCTC, Golfutar. The students were divided into teams. All the students started to compete with each other and the battle of winning and losing was set up. The sports club instructed and provided game details to all the players. The futsal match was one of the most interesting one, in fact all the cheer leaders and players enjoyed it a lot. Staffs, faculties and non-players joined the players to support them. Eventually, every game was organized properly by the sports club of PCPS. Every students, participants, staffs and faculties enjoyed the sports week and everyone returned with a heart full of memories. PCPS COLLEGE


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FROM THE DESK OF EDITOR

MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIRMAN Dear Readers, Greetings from LBEF Group of Institutions! Hope you all are safe and healthy!

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world” -Nelson Mandela As we all know, the unprecedented Covid-19 situation has brought many challenges to the entire worldeducation sector being one of the most hard-hit sectors. Despite all the challenges, it is a matter of pride that Patan College for Professional Studies (PCPS) College, a constituent member of LBEF Group of Institutions has been able to provide quality and on-time education from globally accredited UK based degree without any losses in semester. We have been thoroughly monitoring the existing situation and have been able to successfully conduct all the classes and examinations on time as prescheduled routine enabling the students to graduate on time. We have begun our new academic session from June for BSC IT, BBA and Foundation programs on online mode in full swing. As an institution of higher learning, PCPS College strives to prepare its students to be able to go out into the corporate world as capable graduates with required skills and knowledge so that they can bring about optimistic changes in the society. I would like to express my deep appreciation to all the students, parents and staffs for their constant support during these challenging times. Wish you all the best for your future endeavors. Stay Safe and Healthy!

Dear Readers, On behalf of Patan College for Professional Studies (PCPS), Kathmandu, Nepal, it gives me immense pleasure to welcome you all on this quarter issue (Volume 3, Issue 2) of our newsletter the ‘PCPS Connect.’ With the rising covid cases it must have been a very tough and challenging time for everyone. I hope all of you are safe and healthy. This quarter faced many challenges- be it air pollution or second wave of covid, PCPS has stood strong and continued with its sessions without any break making students able to complete their courses on time. As soon as the government announced closure of educational institutions due to hazardous level of air pollution, PCPS immediately shifted its classes to online mode and completed the classes without a single day interruption. Even during lockdown, all the classes and examination were conducted online as per the pre-determined schedule. Only academic education is not sufficient for the students, hence, PCPS always seeks to carry out extra-curricular activities that help to enhance the personality and overall development of the students. Many events took place such as guest lecture session, sports week. However, as lockdown was imposed from around end of April, so, all the remaining events that were planned earlier in physical mode were changed to online mode. Webinars, environment day event and many other events took place during this time. The summer semester also started from June in online mode with full swing without any break. We are looking forward to the upcoming new semester and many other events we have planned for the personality and professional development of the students. I am sure, the students, faculties and staffs will put their best foot forward to add more glories to the institution, society and nation. Best wishes to all our students. Hope you all have the best and fruitful time at PCPS college! Thanking you, Dr. Manuja Koirala manuja.koirala@patancollege.org

With Warm Regards and Best Wishes Er. Pankaj Jalan Chairman LBEF Group of Institutions

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EVENTS Guest Lecture Session Getting Ready for the Corporate World 15th April, 2021

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he guest lecture session on ‘Getting Ready for the Corporate World’ was organized in the Seminar Hall of PCPS college for the students of IT and BBA. The guest speaker for the session was Mr. Binod Kumar Shrestha, HR Head Salesberry Department Store/ Management Consultant. He carries more than 15 years of HR professional experience in leading position and industry such as MAW Enterprises Pvt. Ltd., CG Corp Global, Batas organization, Jagdamba Motors, Saleways Cash & Carry (Salesberry Department Store), etc. The purpose of the session was to give students an insight in to the real-world situation and provide them knowledge on how they can prepare themselves to get ready for the corporate world. The session provided students with the real corporate world scenario and

discussed in brief about how they can prepare themselves to outstand the crowd. Tips and tricks regarding interview and CV writing were discussed. The students got ideas on how they can prepare themselves for the job market. The tricks

and tips that were shared during the session were fruitful for the students. Few students turned out to the speaker to gather more information even after the formal session was over. Overall, the session turned out to be very insightful.

Webinar Series 1.0 ‘Campus to Corporate World’ 30th & 31st May 2021

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s a part of PCPS webinar, a two days webinar series 1.0 ‘Campus to Corporate World’ was conducted successfully on 30th and 31st May 2021. The series was presented by Mr. Binod Kumar Shrestha, HR Head Salesberry Department Store/Management Consultant. The webinar was moderated by Dr. Manuja Koirala and was attended by staffs and students of PCPS College, and students from other institutions. Mr. Shrestha discussed on how to prepare effective curriculum vitae, cover letter on the first day of the webinar. On the second day of webinar, he discussed on the importance of interview preparation

and how to handle it effectively with relevant examples. The session provided information on what to do and not on the interview and what companies look in a fresher. The session provided useful information on how an applicant can stand out among its competitors. It gave in-depth information to students on how they can prepare themselves to be ready for the corporate world to have a successful career. He explained the importance of having a good CV and cover letter as it reflects the capability of the applicant and is the first thing any employer notices about an applicant. He also stressed on the importance of preparation for an interview

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with real world examples. Mr. Shrestha also provided insightful information to the students about the real corporate world scenario and how they can prepare themselves to grab the best opportunity and get the required skills to succeed in their career. He provided various tips and tricks, dos and don’ts in an interview to have a better chance of selection. Finally, the session ended up with question-and-answer session. After the completion of the two days series, the participants received an e-certificate. Overall, the two sessions were very insightful and fruitful for all the participants.


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ADMISSION WEEK 27th May-3rd June, 2021 PCPS College hosted its 2nd Admission week from 27th May 2021 to 3rd June 2021. This event was hosted for the ‘Summer Intake 2021’. The event welcomed students to get enrolled and get a 20% guaranteed scholarship upfront and also, they would be eligible for 100% scholarship on the basis of online

scholarship test. This event was organized during the lockdown so the student could connect to the admission counselor via whatsapp, viber, zoom or direct call of any date within of the admission week. Maximum enquiries were received via direct call and also students got enrolled for BSC (Hons). CS.SE program.

Environment Day Event 2021 6th June, 2021 The virtual event took place on 6th June 2021 via zoom. It was graced by the presence of Mr. Pankaj Jalan, Chairman of LBEF Group of Institutions; two amazing guest speakers Mr. Vinod Mahat, Principal of Shikharapur Community School and Assistant Campus Chief of Shikharapur Campus, and Mr. Prasuj Mainali, waste worker along with the college staffs and students of PCPS college. An initiative by PCPS Social club, the theme of this event was ‘Plant a tree, to inhale O2 free.’ Main highlights of the event were photography, videography, and article contest for environment day, and amazing guest speakers who highlighted on the importance of why the environment should be protected. The event was moderated by Ms. Bidhya Thapa, President of PCPS Social club and Mr. Sudip Raj Adhikari, Vice-President of PCPS Social club who emphasized the contemporary situation i.e. COVID-19, bad quality of air and lack of oxygen supply leading to the death of many lives. The event started with the introduction video which showed what the young generation felt as they grew up in Nepal and ended with the beautiful note to be the change they wanted to see in the world. In the opening remark, Mr. Pankaj Jalan added that ‘the environment day shouldn’t be a one-day celebration only but daily habit to make positive impacts towards

the environment”. After this, guest speaker Mr. Vinod Mahat gave a brief introduction on how Shikharapur community was formed focusing on sustainable development and also invited everyone to visit the community. Similarly, another guest speaker Mr. Prasuj Mainali talked about his journey as an environmentalist and stated that we humans ourselves are responsible for the changes we have seen in the environment. The president of the PCPS club Mr. Cezane Karki discussed on the theme of World Environment Day 2021 ‘Ecosystem Restoration’ pleading everyone to move towards digital format rather than encouraging

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papers, copies, etc. There were amazing and beautiful photographs, videos and articles that were flooded with creativity and skills by the students who participated in the event. It made us realize that PCPS has many talented and creative heads with it. The winners of the competition were announced by the Dean of PCPS College, Mr. Ajaya Sharma along with the closing remarks. The major takeaway from the event was that we humans are the reason behind the environmental pollution so it is our responsibility to hand over a cleaner, greener, safer environment to the coming generations.


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Serenity in chaos- Emotional Wellbeing program for youth 18th June & 25th June, 2021 PCPS College initiated and conducted emotional wellbeing session targeting the youth, students, and working professionals from different fields. The webinar series was presented by Ms. Manjila Pokhrel, lecturer at Xavier International College and counselor at Arogin Health Care Center. The series was moderated by Ms. Arju Sitaula and all the staffs of PCPS enjoyed the series. The students of PCPS also attended the session. The first session was targeted for our students and students from different 10+2 colleges. Ms. Pokhrel commenced the session by interacting with the participants and asked the participants to introduce themselves and share their mental state. The session was very mutual and practical. The participants carried out several exercises as said by Ms. Pokhrel. Breathing exercise, stress, consequences of stress, nature of stress, how to be calm were some of the highlights of the session. The session ended up with question-and-answer session. Many of the participants raised questions regarding overthinking at night, symptoms of depression and so on. Ms. Pokhrel also mentioned that she is always there to help us at any time. The second session was equally competent. Different working

professionals from diverse fields joined the session. Many relevant topics were explained by Ms. Pokhrel. Emotion regulation, taking care of mental health, what created emotional disbalance, what is mindfulness and why is it important, exercises for mindfulness, breathing exercise, mental illness, symptoms of mental illness were some of the highlights of the session. To make the session more interactive and effective, Ms. Pokhrel demonstrated pictures and participants were asked to explain the picture. Participants enjoyed different exercises in between the session. She also provided the helpline details to help suicidal ideation. Like the first session. this session also ended up with questionand-answer session. At the end of both the sessions, participants were requested to fill up the feedback form. The participants received e-certificates after the session on both days. The participants were interactive and curious, and the program was advantageous and favorable, especially during this COVID-19 pandemic.

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Editorial Board Patron Er. Pankaj Jalan Advisory Board Er. Prakash Kumar Kejriwal Dr. Sandeep Kautish Er. Ajaya Sharma Editor- in- Chief Dr. Manuja Koirala Special Thanks To Ms. Sarita Pundir Publication Committee Mr. Jasbir Singh Makkar Ms. Bidhya Thapa BSc.(Hons.) in CS&SE, Level 5 Ms. Anugraha Ghale, BBA Level 4 Creative Team Ms. Ashmin Maharjan


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STUDENT’S ARTICLE

ROAD MAP TO AI Mr. Cezane Karki, BSc CSSE, L5, Sem II

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rtificial Intelligence (AI) is an intelligence shown by the machines, simulation of human intelligences in the machines that are programmed to think like a human and provide the actions of human itself. In 1956, the great American scientist John MCCarthy termed the word ‘Artificial Intelligence’ who is also known as father of AI. In the world of modern technology, this word embodies everything from Robotics to automation (Kalavendi, 2017). Algorithms of artificial intelligence can help in problem-solving, reasoning, languageunderstanding and many more. The goals of AI are to create expert systems and to implement human intelligence in machines. It is used in various fields like virtual-assistant, self-driving cars

and many more which is helping the modern technologies to evolve. AI has dominated in several areas including gaming, natural language processing, handwriting recognition, face detection and many more (Tutorial Points, 2021). In this emerging world of technologies, many technology-oriented people are interested in AI. So, what is the road map to be an AI engineer is the most confusing part. The best feasible way to be an AI engineer is to learn basic things. So, starting with the fundamentals of computer science, we need to know about the following things: With the knowledge of fundamental things, a programming language is highly required. One of the programming languages that is often used and

Fundamentals

Mathematics Database(RDBMS, NoSQL, Joins) Tabular Data Data Formats

Fig:1 Fundamentals of Computer Science (AI Experts, 2021) 7

powerful for AI and Big Data is Python. It is necessary for the individuals to have knowledge about the basics of python programming, data structures, functions, expressions, RegEx, and basic libraries as well. They should also be able to use anaconda packages as Jupyter Notebooks. CoLab is highly preferred for training the models. The main thing for an AI engineer is to have knowledge about extraction of data from many web pages by web scraping, data mining, data crawling and use of different web sites such as kaggle, Dataset via AWS for getting data. The next step is to be a data scientist or a data engineer for refining the data and extracting the information from the data. It is necessary for doing EDA (Exploratory Data Analysis), data wrangling to reduce the dimension, handling missing values, normalization, feature extraction and denoising of data to get the near to perfect data for training the model. To get information from the data, it is necessary to have a prior statistics calculation and concepts for analyzing data using statistics theories. The refined and extracted data is then visualized using different tools and libraries such as matplotlib, seaborn, ipyvolume in python programming language, ggplot in R, Tableau and PowerBI. After completing the data refinement and making it ready for being trained, AI is used. AI


Student’s Article

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Machine Learning

Architecture Concepts Cost Functions/ Loss Functions Over-fitting/ Under-fitting Gradient Decent Training, testing, validation data

Supervised Learning Unsupervised Learning Ensemble Learning Reinforcement Learning

Fig: 2 Machine Learning (AI Experts, 2021) has two subsets, i.e. Machine Learning and Deep Learning (AI Experts, 2021). Machine learning is a branch of AI that involves algorithms to interpret data, learn from it, and then use it to make better judgments. Deep Learning is a branch of AI as well as machine learning in which layers create neural network that can learn and make decision on its own with the implementation of proper input and output dataset (Grossfeld, 2020). Gradually going to the field of AI, it is necessary for the individual to know about Machine Learning before diving into deep learning. In supervised learning, a machine is learning under the supervision of human beings, i.e. the machine needs to be fitted with the input and output to learn the algorithm. Regression and classification are two methods that are used for supervised learning. Unsupervised

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Feedforward neural network Back Propagation Artificial Neural Network Deep Neural Network Convolution Neural Network Recurrent Neural Network Transformer Siamese Network Generative Adversarial Network Residuals Connections

Fig:3 Architecture of Deep Learning Learning is a technique of machine learning in which the model trains itself with the provided input dataset without any supervision like supervised learning. Ensemble learning is the process of systematically generating and combining many models used for getting the lower error on regression or higher accuracy for classification. In reinforcement learning, output depends on the state of current input and next input depends on the previous output. Q-learning is the way of reinforcement learning which helps in determining the worth of certain actions in a given state. Diving into deep learning need understanding and practice to solve the problems using machine learning. The basic things to understand and learn in deep learning are neural networks, loss functions/ cost functions, activation

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Optimizers Learning Rate Schedule Batch Normalization Batch Size Effects Regularization Multitask Learning Transfer Learning Curriculum Learning

Fig:4 Training Process(AI Experts, 2021) (AI Experts, 2021) functions, weight initialization, use of hidden neurons and vanishing / exploding of gradient problems (AI Experts, 2021). After getting the basics, it is necessary to understand architecture and training of deep learning. Like machine learning, deep learning also has its tools and libraries which can be used for making the task easier. Some of the tools and libraries are tensorflow, pytorch, tensorboard, tensorflow.js for mobile, and mlflow. Therefore, by learning and practicing in the proper way with certain rules and regulations, an individual can be an AI engineer by following the road map. However, only following the road map is not adequate, a huge amount of practice and dedication for reading research papers are also necessary.


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NEAR TO THE NATURE- FAR FROM DESTRUCTIVE REVOLUTION Ms. Likhita Magar, BSc CSSE, L4 Sem I

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verybody likes simplicity, easiness and not so much of a burden in their life. They like to get salad in their burger but not the agri-business work; they want milk but do not appreciate a milk boy job. They want to get to their destination on time, not caring how their so-called private vehicle is going to affect our surroundings. I am also one of them. As a city girl, riding a scooter for fun is my hobby and having junk food is what I do every time I need to finish work or to kill boredom. Grasping flowers doesn’t really scare me and not really appreciating the agriculture work is what I really do. Everyone has an aim to be a doctor or engineer or musician. We do not hear often anyone saying they want to do farming or want to study agriculture, nor their parents would accept that their child is going to pick a subject that’s not worth respecting or valuable in these modern days. A year ago, my family shifted to Dholahiti, Lalitpur. It’s an inner-city area. At first, I didn’t really like staying there. I could not go buy my favorite snacks anytime I liked. Here, you won’t get a supermarket after every two steps but you can get fresh milk from the

nearby cowshed. We can eat freshly plucked fruits. Houses are a little far but everyone knows each other. There is a well-pitched black road and mainly public vehicles run, there are fewer private vehicles. On the side of our house, there is an empty farm and my parents plan to rent it and start a small farm. Here, we have harvested corn these days. We have tomato plants, chili plants persimmon plants, aloe vera plant and dragon fruit. We have also planted some flowers. Not only us but our neighbors also have their own kitchen garden even if it’s in small area or on the roof.

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Earlier, I used to wake up listening to the horn of vehicles on the road, now it’s the birds making me wake up. Before I didn’t even have to go two steps away from the house for the store but now, we all tend to have organic food and have even stopped buying any unnecessary junk food while shopping. Planting, harvesting and working in the field has become a hobby or let’s say a day-to-day job. A new born baby’s lung is pink in color showing that it is healthy but in only three months the healthy lung turns brownish in color due to the environmental pollution. So, now we should start looking for alternatives which would make our life easier and also won’t do any harm to the environment. If we don’t act now then soon our world won’t be our home to live in. It will turn into a hell that we created for ourselves. Plant takes more than fifty years to grow into a big tree and cutting it down doesn’t even take five minutes. This shows that we should act now otherwise creating hell won’t take long. Now that we have a chance, every blank corner should be filled with trees, everyone deserves a good environment. So, let’s preserve it for our next generation.


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FACULTY ARTICLE NEPALESE BANKING SYSTEM: HIGH POSSIBILITY OF GROWTH Mr. Sanjeet Kumar Choudhary, Assistant Lecturer (School of Business)

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he world is globalized. Everyone is so connected with each other over the internet and other medium that person on the other hemisphere also seems to be the person next door. Great entrepreneurs of the world are trying to colonize mars. Few centuries later, Mars would also seem like our neighbor and not another planet. Despite world moving so fast, the banking sector of Nepal is still at a very primitive stage compared to the developed economies of the world. The citizen of Nepal has yet not experienced a true banking experience, a true digital bank, a true first world bank, and a true fintech. Sending money over the internet is not a complete digital banking even though being a part of it. The banking practice started in Nepal after the establishment of Nepal Bank Limited on 15th November 1937. The banking regulation came into existence after the establishment of Nepal Rastra Bank on 26th April 1956. After the liberalization in the economy, several banking and financial institutions came into existence. Even though all the banking and financial institutions (BFIs) sustained only few can be considered a success in terms of profit and business, not in terms of service they provide. Several pioneer first generation banks tried to bring in new advances in Nepalese Banking Sector but later slackened. Still millions of Nepalese Citizen are deprived of banking facilities

in Nepal. This shows the inequality and inequity in the financial sector of Nepal. Still in remote areas, people are deprived of banking loans even though banks exist in their area. They are forced to use the traditional source of finance because of lack of regulation and knowledge; they lose their property, integrity, livelihood and sometimes even freedom and life.

decreasing in past decade because of the policy which was fair enough to make these institutions strong to fight any economic crises which might arise. The regulation helped the institutions to increase their paid-up capital to become financially sound and somewhat forced the institutions to reach to the people at various level.

There are several regulations to regulate the financial institutions in Nepal but the implementation factor is completely a failure. Even though a lot has changed in last decade in the banking sector, banking institutions still need to work upon to provide better financial solutions to their customers at ease. We have seen the number of financial institutions

The spread of microfinance institutions in the untapped market helped the local people to utilize the unseen financial facilities and surely it became boon for their financial independence and stability. Now, the rumor is regarding the upcoming monetary policy that will force the A class banking institutions to get merged with each other using various

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so that more people could be served. Also, why to close ATM after 10 PM? Is this how will we promote the night life and tourism in our country? Of course not. What if someone has an urgency to withdraw money from the bank at mid night? How can they be served? So, ATM should be made 24X7* service. Why would bank sell a credit card to the customer and charge them extra to swipe the same at a PoS? So, removing this charge would promote the adoption of Card services and also more payment could be made using the same.

tools, we can see more possibilities coming along for the banks to bring change in the banking culture in Nepal. There are some basic questions that almost all the banking customers have in their mind such as- Why do I need to go to the branch of my bank to deposit my money in my own account?, Why do I need to seek my own bank’s ATM, to withdraw money using card?, Why do I need to pay extra when I pay swiping my card in the PoS?,. These questions can be answered by simply providing more convenient services to the existing and upcoming customers. Few pioneer banks in Nepal have tried this but it should be implemented at the grass root level to see the change. The solutions for the above raised questions are very simple. The existing ATM machines could be replaced with the multipurpose ATM. Rastriya Banijya

Bank and Nepal SBI Banks have ATM which helps to withdraw cash, deposit cash to own account and others’ account as well. It also helps to transfer money and several other facilities. This is more over like a mini teller of a branch which helps us to do almost every banking transaction. It also comes with Cheque depositing feature in other countries. We can adopt that as well. Decreasing or eradicating interbank ATM service charge would promote people to use the locally available ATM instead of going a long way to own bank’s ATM. This will provide service of the bank and indirectly help to cut the carbon emission, pollution and traffic as well. Also it will make the existing number of ATMs more than required as every banks won’t need to put their ATMs at the every location. 1-2 ATMs at the high footfall area would be more than enough. Hence the existing ATMs could be shifted to new locations

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If a unified payment interface could be established and promoted, there won’t be necessity of having multiple payment wallets. One would be enough to make payment all around the Nepal and this will save our space in cellphone plus also could improve the use of digital wallets. Why not establish a digital payment system at Hospital and other essential service vendors to save precious time? These are just few examples which demonstrate that a simple step could completely renew the banking culture in Nepal. These are something any rational banking customer will understand and would like to experience. Inculcating these into the banking culture would bring more citizens into the banking system and also make it less hectic. This will help people in remote areas as well to experience the banking. Of course, there are a lot in-depth strategies that would modify and improve the banking in Nepal and the current board members and executives should think and adopt new ways to become competitive to the first world banks. Hope we could soon see Nepal becoming pioneer in the banking world and become an icon for others to follow.


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“Tribute to Founder Sir-Late Parmanand Kejriwal”

“Gone From The Sight, But Not From Hearts”

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