|ID||Bank or Institution||City||Branch||Swift Code|
|1||AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT BANK LTD||KATHMANDU||ADBLNPKA|
|2||BANK OF KATHMANDU LIMITED||KATHMANDU||BOKLNPKA|
|3||CENTURY COMMERCIAL BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||CCBNNPKA|
|4||CITIZENS BANK INTERNATIONAL LIMITED||KATHMANDU||CTZNNPKA|
|5||CIVIL BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||CIVLNPKA|
|6||EVEREST BANK LTD.||KATHMANDU||EVBLNPKA|
|7||GLOBAL IME BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||GLBBNPKA|
|8||HIMALAYAN BANK LTD.||KATHMANDU||HIMANPKA|
|9||JANATA BANK NEPAL LIMITED||KATHMANDU||JBNLNPKA|
|10||KUMARI BANK LTD||KATHMANDU||KMBLNPKA|
|11||LAXMI BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||LXBLNPKA|
|12||MACHHAPUCHCHHRE BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||MBLNNPKA|
|13||MEGA BANK NEPAL LIMITED||KATHMANDU||MBNLNPKA|
|14||NABIL BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||NARBNPKA|
|15||NEPAL BANGLADESH BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||NPBBNPKA|
|16||NEPAL BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||NEBLNPKA|
|17||NEPAL CREDIT AND COMMERCE BANK LTD.||KATHMANDU||NBOCNPKA|
|18||NEPAL CREDIT AND COMMERCE BANK LTD.||KATHMANDU||(NEW ROAD BRANCH)||NBOCNPKANRD|
|19||NEPAL INVESTMENT BANK LTD.||KATHMANDU||NIBLNPKT|
|20||NEPAL RASTRA BANK||KATHMANDU||NRBLNPKA|
|21||NEPAL RASTRA BANK||KATHMANDU||(FOREIGN EXCHANGE DEPARTMENT)||NRBLNPKAFED|
|22||NEPAL SBI BANK LTD., KATHMANDU||KATHMANDU||NSBINPKA|
|23||NEPAL SBI BANK LTD., KATHMANDU||KATHMANDU||(BIRGUNJ BRANCH)||NSBINPKA001|
|24||NIC ASIA BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||NICENPKA|
|25||NMB BANK LTD||KATHMANDU||NMBBNPKA|
|26||PRABHU BANK LTD||KATHMANDU||PRVUNPKA|
|27||PRIME COMMERCIAL BANK LTD||KATHMANDU||PCBLNPKA|
|28||RASTRIYA BANIJYA BANK||KATHMANDU||RBBANPKA|
|29||SANIMA BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||SNMANPKA|
|30||SIDDHARTHA BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||SIDDNPKA|
|31||STANDARD CHARTERED BANK NEPAL LIMITED||KATHMANDU||SCBLNPKA|
|32||SUNRISE BANK LIMITED||KATHMANDU||SRBLNPKA|
|33||TOURISM DEVELOPMENT BANK LTD.||KATHMANDU||TDBLNPKA|
Thursday, November 28, 2019
Monday, June 3, 2019
European Government Scholarships for Non-EU Students
Holland Scholarships for Non-EU/EEA Students (Netherlands)
The Holland Scholarship, financed by the Dutch Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, is meant for international students from outside the European Economic Area (EEA) who want to do their bachelor’s or master’s at one of the Dutch research universities and universities of applied sciences in Holland. The scholarship amounts to €5,000.
Danish Government Scholarships for Non-EU/EEA Students (Denmark)
A number of scholarships are being offered each year by the Danish Ministry of Education to fund highly qualified and motivated international students from outside the EU/EEA who wish to pursue full degree higher education programme at participating Danish Universities. The scholarship can be given as full or partial tuition fee waivers and/or grants towards covering your living costs.
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Leiden University Excellence Scholarships (Netherlands)
The Leiden University Excellence Scholarship Programme (LExS) is open to outstanding non-EU/EEA students pursuing any MA, MSc and LL.M programmes offered at Leiden University. The scholarships come in the form of the following: €10,000 of the tuition fee, €15,000 of the tuition fee, or total tuition fee minus the home fee.
University of Maastricht High Potential Scholarships (Netherlands)
Maastricht University (UM) offers the UM High Potential Scholarships to talented students from outside the EEA to pursue participating UM master’s programme or graduate programme for professionals offered at the University, except for School of Business and Economics. The scholarships cover tuition fee, living expenses per month, insurance, and visa costs.
Amsterdam Excellence Scholarships (Netherlands)
The Amsterdam Excellence Scholarships (AES) awards scholarships to exceptionally talented students from outside the EU/EEA to pursue eligible Master’s Programmes offered at the University of Amsterdam. The AES is a full scholarship of €25,000 covering tuition and living expenses.
Radboud University Scholarship Programme (Netherlands)
The Radboud Scholarship Programme offers a selected number of talented prospective non-EEA students the opportunity to receive a scholarship to pursue a complete English-taught Master’s degree programme at Radboud University Nijmegen. The scholarship consists of a partial tuition waiver whereby the tuition fee will be waived to the level of an EEA student. In addition, the Radboud Scholarship also covers costs such as for visa, residence permit, health insurance and liability insurance.
Lund University Global Scholarships for Non-EU/EEA Students (Sweden)
The Lund University Global Scholarship programme is targeted at top academic students who are citizens of countries from outside the EU/EEA (and Switzerland) and who are pursuing a Masters Degree Programme at the University. The scholarships may cover 25%, 50%, 75% or 100% of the tuition fee. Living costs are not covered.
Chalmers IPOET Scholarships (Sweden)
Chalmers will be offering around 50 IPOET scholarships to prospective fee-paying students from outside the EU/EEA who wish to pursue any Masters Degree Programme offered at the University. The scholarship is a 75% reduction of the tuition fees for 4 semesters (2 year programme).
Uppsala IPK Scholarships (Sweden)
The Uppsala University offers the IPK scholarships to first year applicants from outside the EU/EEA who wish to pursue a Master’s Degree Programme offered at the University. The scholarship covers the tuition fee.
Emile Boutmy Scholarships for International Students (France)
Sciences Po created the Emile Boutmy Scholarships after the founder of Sciences Po in order to attract the very best international students from outside of the European Union who are first time applicants and who have been admitted to an Undergraduate or Master’s programme offered at the University. The scholarships can take different forms ranging from €5,000 to €10,000 for 2 years of postgraduate study or €3,000 to €12,300 for 3 years of undergraduate study.
Cambridge International Scholarships (UK)
The University of Cambridge will offer, via the Cambridge Trusts, the Cambridge International Scholarships to highest ranked international students undertaking PhD studies at the University. The scholarships pay the University Composition Fee and a maintenance allowance sufficient for a single person.
Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Have you considered a career in agriculture? Probably not, and you probably aren’t even sure where you would start to look for a job in agriculture.When you think agriculture you likely picture tractors, animals, fields as far as the eye can see and long hours for not a lot of money.
But this is an incorrect and outdated picture of what a career in agriculture looks like. This unfortunately leads many to miss out on a massive opportunity.
Numbers Don’t Lie
Some one in eight jobs in Canada are in agriculture, employing over 2.3 million people. These are not just jobs on the farm; these are IT jobs, marketing jobs, research jobs, sales jobs, mechanical and engineering jobs, accounting jobs and so much more.
And the opportunities are going to get even better! The Canadian agriculture sector has a labour shortage of 59,200 workers and this supposed to double by 2025.
There is an unquestionable need for the industry to grow to help feed growing global populations. This fact, coupled with the declining work force due to a rising number of retirements and not enough young farmers to take their place means that businesses all over the country are desperate for skilled and hardworking talent.
Why Work In Agriculture
So, we have established that the opportunity is there and literally begging for you to grab it. But why should you be interested in working in agriculture? The list is long but let’s go over a few of the highlights.
1. Make a Global Impact
Few (if any) industries in the world have a larger impact on people and the planet then agriculture. Working in the industry puts you on the front lines of feeding, clothing and fuelling the world.
2. Agriculture Lifestyle
If you love a desk life there are countless jobs for you in agriculture, but if working in the outdoors, with machinery and animals sounds like a lifestyle you could get used to then look no further. From water skiing in the summer to snowmobiling in the winter your work-life balance won’t get any better.
3. Competitive Salaries
Careers across the agricultural sectors offer competitive salaries in relation to other industries meaning you can have a great lifestyle while still earning a great salary.
4. The Perks
Many businesses in agriculture offer the benefits all of the top tech start-ups do as well. You like free meals? What about a company paid vehicle or included accommodation? All these and much more are available for you.
Moving to Canada?
Hopefully by now you are excited to see the opportunities for you in Canadian agriculture. But maybe you live in another part of the world but want to come and work in Canada. Luckily the Canadian government has made it easier for people with various skill-sets to come and get a work visa or stay permanently in Canada.
There are many programs for you to choose from. International Experience Canada (IEC) is dedicated to people who want to live in Canada for a year or two (this is dependent on the country you are from originally), through special Global Talent Stream programs dedicated to IT professionals in all industries including agriculture, to Provincial Nominee Programs leading to Permanent Status.
More than that, based on your professional education, experience in Canada or overseas and your English or French language skills you can apply through the Express Entry intake system for a Canadian Permanent Residency with one of the programs, such as: Federal Skilled Workers Class (FSWC), Canadian Experience Class (CEC), or Federal Skilled Trades Class (FSTC).
Thursday, January 31, 2019
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Sunday, January 27, 2019
The Republic of Malta is a Mediterranean archipelago approximately 50 miles south of Sicily. The small state is a popular tourist destination, with a sunny, subtropical climate, beaches and a vibrant nightlife. Malta also boasts 7,000 years worth of cultural and religious attractions from various civilizations, including the Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs and the British, that occupied the country.
Malta is actually the largest of the seven islands that make up the Republic of Malta, Gozo and Comino are the only other inhabited islands in the archipelago. Comino, nestled between Malta and Gozo, is a very tiny island with just one hotel. Gozo, with its spectacular coastlines and ancient temples and churches, is popular with tourists looking for a quiet, relaxing vacation. Malta’s Valletta, the capital, is a must-see for first time visitors; the harbor city is rich with 16th century UNESCO World Heritage sites. The Malta Experience is an hour-long show highlighting Malta’s magnificent landmarks, ideal for tourists about to embark on a sightseeing tour.
10 Top Tourist Attractions in Malta
10 Top Tourist Attractions in Malta
Last updated on September 11, 2018 in Beaches and Islands, Malta, Tours 3 Comments
For such a small island, Malta is absolutely packed with fascinating treasures. Breathtaking ancient sites, charming cities and beautiful beaches are just the beginning. Malta has attracted adventurers for centuries, and modern visitors have many opportunities for creating lasting memories in this enchanted place. Whether tourists want to enjoy relax by the sea, sampling Mediterranean dishes or discovering a romantic piece of the past, the top tourist attractions in Malta certainly offer something for everyone.
10. Mellieha Bay
Mellieħa Bay (also known as Għadira Bay) is the longest and most popular sandy beach in the Maltese Islands. Handy cafes sell food and drinks, making it possible to stay onsite without taking a break from the relaxation. A 15-minute walk leads up the steep hill to the rapidly developing town of Mellieħa, perched picturesquely atop a ridge. Nearby attractions include Popeye Village, the set of the 1980 film and the restored St. Agatha’s Tower from the 17th century.
9. The Citadella
On the island of Gozo and within the city of Victoria rests a stunning example of ancient architecture, the Citadella. It was the inhabitants’ main fortification for centuries. It was first fortified around 1500BC, and continued development by the Phoenicians until, by Roman times, it had become a complex Acropolis. The existing structures invite explorers of all ages to wander through ramparts, store rooms and tunnels. The views from the Citadella are not to be missed. Even better is the view of the Citadella itself as the sun goes down.
The Ħal-Saflieni Hypogeum in the city of Paola is the only prehistoric underground temple in the world. The temple consists of halls, chambers and passages carved out of rock. Thought to be originally a sanctuary, it became a necropolis in prehistoric times. The complex is grouped in three levels – the upper level (3600-3300 BC), the middle level (3300-3000 BC), and the lower level (3150 -2500 BC). The deepest room in the lower level is 10.6 meters (35 ft) underground. Only a limited number of visitors are allowed entry and there can be a 2-3 weeks wait to get a ticket.
7. Blue Lagoon Bay
Found on the tiny island of Comino which sits between the main islands of Malta and Gozo, the Blue Lagoon is a restful getaway. The island is so small that no cars are allowed on it. It is also largely uninhabited and only one hotel is located onsite. Most people arrive on a daily basis via speed boat to claim their own section of sand on the lagoon for the day. Sparkling turquoise waters and white sand make a lovely backdrop for sunbathing, swimming, snorkeling and simply enjoying the beautiful views.
6. Golden Bay
Golden Bay is one of the few sand beaches on the north west coast of Malta, and subsequently also one of the most popular. Sun beds and umbrellas are readily available for hire to ensure a comfortable day on the sand. Several beach clubs and a large hotel are located near the beach. Because it’s such a well-known beach and receives so many tourists, there are several vendors in the area offering rental equipment for various water sports. One of the best ways to enjoy this beach is at sunset when it truly lives up to its name.
This picturesque fishing village is just a 30 minute bus ride from Valletta. Taking the bus is perhaps the best way to get there, particularly since it’s notoriously difficult to park in Marsaxlokk, especially near the waterfront. The village is very walkable, and with its colorful daily marketplace, strolling is the best way to experience it. The sight of the brightly painted luzzu fishing boats in the bay and the tranquil surroundings make this a very pleasant place to have lunch at one of the quayside restaurants.
Mdina is an ancient walled city inhabited and possibly first fortified by the Phoenicians around 700 BC. Higher fortifications were added by Malta’s Arab rulers and Norman rulers. After the Knights Hospitaller arrived in the mid 1500’s the importance of Mdina as the seat of power faded steadily. What was once the old capital of Malta became the ‘silent city’, almost a ghost town. Today most of the palazzos belonging to the old aristocracy are being restored and the tourists bring life to the place, but there are only 300 inhabitants left.
3. Azure Window
A breathtaking natural limestone arch with a flat top, the Azure Window is one of Gozo’s top attractions. It’s been featured in movies and television shows, and is considered an indispensable part of the Malta experience. The tourist village of Dwejra is nearby to serve the needs of visitors who scuba dive, swim and boat around the arch where it drops into the Dwejra Bay. Boat tours are available, offering plenty of opportunities to capture great pictures. The arch is visible from a great distance. Most people hike there, enjoying the extraordinary view as they go and then cooling off in the water.
2. St. John's Co-Cathedral
Situated in Malta’s capital city of Valletta, the St. John’s Co-Cathedral is recognized as an outstanding example of Baroque architecture. Its exterior is forbidding and deceptive, as it closely resembles a fort. Once inside, visitors discover ornate decoration and priceless works of art. Perhaps the most recognizable piece is Caravaggio’s the Beheading of Saint John the Baptist. The cathedral was commissioned in 1572, and was intended to be the conventual church for the Knights of St. John, a noble order made up of the sons of some of Europe’s leading families. The knights defended Malta against marauding Turks, then proceeded to build Valletta and the cathedral.
1. Hagar Qim and Mnajdra
The prehistoric temples of Hagar Qim and Mnajdra are found on the south coast of Malta, perched on top of a cliff and overlooking the islet of Filfla. The temples date back to around 3600-3200 BC. Hagar Qim consists of a series of interconnected, oval chambers with no uniform arrangement, and differs from other Maltese temples in lacking a regular trefoil plan. Mnajdra, a 700 meter (2,300 foot) walk downhill from Ħaġar Qim, is more elaborate. There are three temples side by side, each with the trefoil plan and a different orientation. An excellent visitor center offers many interactive exhibits. It is a fitting way to begin an exploration of the temples themselves. The views of the sea beyond are spectacular.