Madan Mani

Madan Mani holds Master’s Degree in Software Engineering from Federation University, Australia. Before landing Sydney, he was involved in Teaching and Journalism in Nepal also holds Master’s Degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from Tribhuvan University, Nepal.

Up to 15,000 dollars scholarship for international students for regional study

Up to 15,000 dollars scholarships for international students for regional study - NepaliPage

500 international student could get up to $15,000 scholarship a year under ‘Destination Australia’   To drive student’s flow into regional Australia the Australian government will be providing an attractive scholarship for international students. The scholarship would be available for domestic students who choose regional Australia for their study under ‘Destination …

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This is how you would get points for Australian PR

In the recent change announcement in Australian Migration Regulations, the government has updated point test system that an applicant claims to be qualified to apply for Australian PR via EOI. With new visas to boost regional migration government updated the point testing in another side. The new point test seems to be …

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New point test advantageous to singles

Border opening for skilled workers, students delayed a fortnight - NepaliPage

Recently announced ‘The Amendment (New Skilled Regional Visa) Regulations 2019’ by the Australian government, is a ‘wow’ to single international students. The recent amendment in point test awards 10 extra points for applicant ‘without a spouse or de facto partner’ while they apply point tested visas to remain permanently in …

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Three new visas 491, 494 and 191 to boost regional Australia

Three new visas 491, 494 and 191 to boost regional Australia - NepaliPage

The Australian government has introduced three new visas to push migrants into regional areas. The ‘Amendment (New Skilled Regional Visas) Regulations 2019‘has been introduced subclass 491, 494 and 191 visas with a revised points system to ‘assist regional Australia’. The new points system will award 10 points for those applicants …

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University assignment writers would go jail

University assignment writers would go jail - NepaliPage

Assignment writing services are making assignment based university study easy for students. Students just need to attend classes to get assignments and there is someone to prepare fine-tuned write-ups to score higher distension marks. Experts believe cheating in Australian universities is widespread and more than two-thirds of university tutors say …

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Mentally ill Nepalese student in life-threatening deportation

Mentally ill Nepalese student in life-threatening deportation - NepaliPage

An unnamed Nepalese international student suffered from acute mental illness at the tip of life-threatening deportation after Administrative Appeals Tribunal (AAT) and Alex Hawke, Assistant Minister for Home Affairs rejected his claim for asylum. Currently detained at the Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation (MITA) now needs a ministerial intervention on the …

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Nepali learning: 5 channel for your kid

Nepali learning: 5 channel for your kid - NepaliPage

It’s not easy for parents living overseas to train children Nepalese language, as there are limited time and learning resources available. However, to keep a knot with motherland Nepal many Nepalese parents in different parts of the world trying hard to expose their kids with Nepalese language and culture. To …

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Orana DAMA to attract migrants in regional NSW

Orana DAMA to attract migrants in regional NSW - NepaliPage

Orana, the central northern region of New South Wales has entered into an agreement to streamline migration and boost economy. Friday the Federal Government and Regional Development Australia (RDA) Orana announced the DAMA agreement to attract skilled workers into the region. The Orana DAMA aims to help regional industries including agriculture, …

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Nepalese Boy seriously injured in a boozy Brawl

Nepalese Boy seriously injured in a boozy Brawl - NepaliPage

One Nepalese boy has seriously injured in a boozy brawl unfolded about 12.30am Monday 1 April 2019 at George Street, near Park Street, Sydney, Australia. Anish Shahi aged 22 involved in the violent brawl is being treated for fractured skull and bleeding on the brain. And another his friend Marak …

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