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Welcome to the givingBack Nepali Podcast! This podcast series is created especially for Nepali communities living around the world for academic and professional purposes. The givingBack Podcast® is dedicated to contributing to Nepali communities by bringing the rigorous topics/subjects ranging from Artificial Intelligence and Machine earning to Foreign policies and Economics into a comprehension of a common man. For video, visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnHj8M4FkEe8yYgUEXx7tXQ Suppor ...
 
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About Guests: ----Kailash Panta, Pawan Shrestha, and Sunil Khada are engineering students at IOE Pulchowk Campus in Nepal. In this episode, I talked with three engineering students at IOE Pulchowk Campus in Nepal about the robotics culture in Nepal. Their team recently beat India's teams - A and B in the ROBOCON competition and secured the third po…
 
About Guest: ------ Rajendra Adhikari, Ph.D. was born and raised in the staff quarters of the National Electricity Authority(NEA) of the Devighat Hydropower plant in Nuwakot, Nepal. He often visited the hydropower plant location during his childhood with his father, who used to repair electric motors and machines. Having been introduced to the powe…
 
About Guest: ------ Sudheesh Bhattarai is a Software Engineer at Amazon and is in the Ads line of business. He is currently residing in Toronto, Canada. Prior to Amazon, Sudheesh worked at Bank of America and was based in NYC. Sudheesh graduated with a Computer Science degree from Howard University in Washington, DC. Apart from his day-to-day work,…
 
About Guest: Rupesh Shrestha is a Mechanical Engineer who earned his undergraduate degree at Visvesvaraya Technological University in India. Rupesh has a passion for design and sketching, which made him pursue certification in Solidworks, a 3D Computer-aided design software. Coincidentally, he is the first person based in Nepal to be a Certified So…
 
About Guest: Krishna Gaihre is an engineer and an entrepreneur based in Nepal. He is the founder & CEO of LogicTronix, an FPGA Design & Machine Learning Company, which is also a ‘Design Service Partner for Xilinx Kria SoM FPGA for AI/ML’. His works with LogicTronix include creating AI acceleration-based expert capabilities at LogicTronix, creating …
 
Guest: Bibek Basnet is an education development practitioner, who’s working as a consultant for Global Partnership for Education at the World Bank at the time of this conversation. He recently completed his master’s in Education Policy and Analysis from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. During the pandemic, Bibek worked for Eduki—a Nepali e…
 
Video Podcast: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lUkifSQFlCw&ab_channel=givingBack Timestamps: 00:00 | Intro 02:17 | Transition to a job from an internship 03:13 | Associate Data Scientist 03:38 | CS Skills in Data Science 04:55 | Bridging the gap between CS and DS 06:18 | Projects 08:00 | Real-life examples and tools 09:06 | Supervised & Unsupervise…
 
Guest:Gaurav is a theoretical physicist currently pursuing his Ph.D. at Cornell University. His current areas of research are quantum computing and condensed matter physics. He likes learning about everything ranging from science to linguistics and history, so he spends most of his free time reading books and contemplating on his learnings. He spen…
 
Guest: Rajendra Banjade, Ph.D.Rajendra Banjade has been working in a managerial role in data science at Audible (Amazon company) for more than three years and is based in New Jersey. His focus is on Natural Language Processing (NLP), Machine Learning (ML), and data science in general, and his work at Audible includes supporting business decisions a…
 
About Jeff As a lifelong student of teamwork and leadership, Jeff works to help draw out the best leader in everyone he works with. For many years his laboratory was the sidelines of high school basketball courts, serving as an assistant and head coach to boys and girls teams. Jeff writes a weekly column that is published in five newspapers about p…
 
In this episode of givingBack podcast, Mr. Kishor Simkhada is giving back his ideas about tech entrepreneurship. Mr. Simkhada graduated from Idaho State University with a bachelor's in Business Informatics. He is now a Software Developer in Farm Bureau Insurance, in Idaho. In this episode, "I've learned a lot in tech while working with professional…
 
About Sanjog Sharma: --- Sanjog is a customer engineer working at Google Inc. at the time of this conversation, who is helping customers meet business challenges head-on with cloud computing services from Google. --- Host: Sanjib Lamichhane --- Weekly Download our podcast on: . iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-givingback-podcast-4306…
 
About Sonika Manandhar: . Sonika Manandhar is a co-founder and CTO of Aeloi Technologies, a fintech platform that mobilizes the grassroots economy to reduce climate change by bridging the last-mile impact financing gap for green microentrepreneurs with digital tokens. She has spent nearly a decade as a software programmer in organizations such as M…
 
Quantum Computing and High Energy Physics - Mukesh Gimire | Ep.21 | givingBack Podcast w/Sanjib Lamichhane--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/givingbackpodcast/support
 
Saurav Sharma is a Cloud Computing Specialist, who currently works at Amazon Web Services. He currently resides in the Washington DC metro area. Saurav is passionate about Cloud Computing and likes to share his ideas as well as teach and mentor others. Apart from Cloud, Saurav is also interested in Education Technology, Music, and Media. (Everythin…
 
Rakesh is an Engineer and Founder/CEO of ORION Space Nepal, a startup specializing in making Satellites in Nepal. One may question,“ नेपालजस्तो देशलाई तारा गनेर के फाईदा !?”; but, the necessity of such tech companies is more now than ever. Why? From GPS to ISP, the satellite is a leap-frog technology that makes it happen. Can Nepal do it? Sure! Now…
 
This episode of givingBack podcast features Madison Shumway, one of the social activists in politics, gender and sexuality, and social media in the U.S. Shumway worked as an editor at the Bengal newspaper (The Independence voice of Idaho State University). When she moved to Sweden in the Student Exchange program, she was able to assist The Bengal a…
 
About Surya:"Surya grew up in the beautiful village of Hemja in Pokhara as a farmer. As a child, he was curious about what lay beyond the hills of Hemja and thus went on to study in the UK and the US. Currently he is pursuing a PhD degree in microbiology at UC Berkeley where he studies molecules that bacteria can make and thinks about using those m…
 
This episode brings you the director of the first International franchise in Nepalese television history -- Mr. Laxman Paudyal. Mr. Paudyal has directed the first season of Nepal Idol and the first and second season of “The voice”Mr. Paudyal directorial expertise will support newbies grow in the industry from his experience. Enjoy the show and leav…
 
आजको एपिसोडले तपाईंलाई वरिष्ठ संचारकर्मी सुमन खरेल संग भेट गराउदैच । खरेलजीले रेडियो नेपालबाट पत्रकारिता जीवन सुरु गर्नुभयो र त्यसपछि उहा लन्डन बसाई सार्नुभयो र झन्डै २२ बर्ष बि बि सि. नेपालि सेवामा रहनुभयो। अन्तरास्ट्रिय मिडियामा काम गरिसक्नु भएका अनुभबी पत्रकार अब आफ्नो अनुभव , ज्ञान , शिप र शैली नेपालि मिडियालाई योगदान दिन कान्तिपुरमा आबद्द हुनु…
 
This episode of givingBack podcast brings you “King of Smile” Pratap Das also known as King Master Jr. Mr. Das shares his experiences of Nepal Idol’s journey including other singing reality shows held in Nepal that he found helpful to grow his confidence and become a performer as well as a singer. In this episode, our host Saroj brings the untold r…
 
In this episode of givingBack podcast brings you, Mr. Aman Pratap Adhikari, also known as "The Don Director" with our host Saroj Lamichhane. Adhikari has contributed to the film and media industry by producing shows: Himalaya Roadies, Who wants to be a Millionaire (a Nepali version Ko Bancha Crorepati ), and Kripa Unplugged. He has also presented s…
 
What makes rich countries richer and poor countries poorer? This chapter talks about the historical differences between the US and Mexico in the ways they formed in the first place. The institutional variations between these two countries shaped the way they are today in the global economy today. In this episode, Sanjib Lamichhane talks about the g…
 
This episode of the givingBack podcast brings you Mr. Prem Baniya, a journalist and a social activist with our host Saroj Lamichahne. Baniya is a program coordinator at the Center for Pan Asian Community Services (CPACS), He is on the board of directors at the Sagal Radio Services located in Atlanta, GA, USA. In this podcast, Lamichhane recalls pop…
 
This episode of the givingBack podcast brings you Mr. Chiranjibi Sapkota, aka GB Chiran, with our host Saroj Lamichahne. Sapkota is a singer, actor and a long time Radio Jockey. Started his career in the western Nepal, he recalls his experiences of transitioning to the city of dreams - Kathmandu. He survived. He thrived through the toughs and thins…
 
Rajan Chaudhary was born to a farmer in a small village of Rathwara in Mahottari, Nepal. Chaudhary grew up playing cricket and watching Bollywood cinemas. He has a close affinity to the nature from his childhood. Always a struggling student, He failed in ten subjects during his primary school and he was expelled from the school. Chaudhary moved to …
 
Data has been considered as the most valuable digital property today. This episode talks about how data is mined, manipulated, and abstracted. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/givingbackpodcast/support
 
Three tech enthusiasts and students of Computer Science at the City University of New York talk about the recent technologies they have been wondering about in this episode of givingBack Podcast.Speakers: Daniel Khadka, Rinchen Lama, Sanjib LamichhaneLinks to Resources Mentioned in the Podcast:MIT Technology Review: https://www.technologyreview.com…
 
Giving back talks with an aspiring filmmaking student in New York, Sachin Adhikari. He came from Nepal and switched his career to filmmaking. He recently released his film, a horror genre, "Hasri."Adhikari believes that he is able to make a living by producing movies. We believe a passion for entertainment is just not enough to move forward in a pr…
 
Immigrants are in a big confusion of which state should they plan to live in the U.S. Especially if you are new in the U.S. or planning to visit this country soon, there are things like career opportunities, college tuition, housing cost and transportation facilities that you should want to know.This podcast helps people to observe the experiences …
 
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