I am only a medium to bring change in my students' lives' says Mr. Dipak Chaulagain.After finishing his secondary education in Kavre, Dipak Chaulagain came to Kathmandu for further studies. Here, at a government campus, he studied education to become a teacher. Students of education are
required to gain teaching experience towards their practical exam, which Dipak did at the Krishna Mandir School, a government school in Kshetrapati. Upon completion, the school was eager for him to stay on
as a teacher to fill a vacant position. For Dipak, their offer was a dream come true and marked the beginning of his wonderful journey in teaching. (Continue reading)
Mr. Deepak Chaulagain has identified 38 students who need stationery.
(Stationery per student- Rs. 700 per year)
On May 2013, Goal Nepal has pledged to support 11 students for stationery.
On May 2013, Sushil K. Poudel has pledged to support 17 students for stationery.