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INTERVIEW: DIPAL MALLA’S JOURNEY OF PHOTOGRAPHY
2020-04-10 01:49:02

“Photography is the story I fail to put into words.”— Destin Sparks Photography is a form of art which portrays the moments we live in. Photographers introduce us to unnoticed beauty that lies in random stuff. They make us see the things we don’t give attention to in our everyday lives. Photography seems to be fascinating and amazing until we really try it. You got to struggle a lot in this challenging photoholic world where every other person with a good camera quality calls himself/herself a photographer. It’s all about passion! Dipal was very keen and curious which made him look for different online resources for self-learning. Further, thanks to DWIT for the extra encouragement. He took photography workshops in college. He learned more when he was able to implement his skills practically in DWIT clubs where he learnt editing as well. However, it isn’t that easy to establish a career; one has to work very hard. Dipal said, “I realized how hectic it was to learn because it looks simple at first but is really vast in fact.” There was a point where he wanted to drop the idea of photography. Nevertheless, due to his enthusiasm towards photography, he once received an offer of event photography at Janata Clinic, a social organization (Gagan Thapa was one of the men behind the clinic). The first camp of Janata Clinic was covered by Dipal. It was his first ever photo-shoot as a professional. Furthermore, he built networks when he started working actively on the field. He’s been receiving invites from many events where he gets paid pretty well. Plus point, he is engaged in videos also. Although videography and photography are two separate fields, he has worked in a few documentaries as well. Dipal is handling the photography career along with his academic career. He says, “Photography is an art and you really need to have passion to learn the techniques.” He has come a long way and is still learning new things. The challenges he faces are tough today, however, he has worked very hard to turn his utmost hobby into a lifelong skill for himself. You can find more of Dipal’s photos here: Dipal Malla | 500px .


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HOPE IN THE TIME OF DESPAIR
2020-04-10 01:47:10

Coronavirus, coronavirus, coronavirus all I've been hearing for a few months is a coronavirus. What has the world come across? It feels like we are screening in some kind of disaster movie. What if tomorrow we wake up and it’s all a dream? It would be amazing, wouldn’t it? But sadly Coronavirus is a nightmare that is still present no matter whether we are asleep or wide awake. Lockdowns, shortage of food and basic materials have made life difficult. But positivity is being seen slowly. I've seen a couple of Instagram posts where the people of Italy are standing in their balcony singing songs, playing music and having some blissful time in this time of total horror. Streaks of positive hope have also been seen which I’ve mentioned below: -The temporary coronavirus hospitals in Wuhan have all shut down since the number of cases has decreased drastically. -A coronavirus patient in India has been cured after the doctors provided a cure made by the combination of HIV drugs and are even suggesting it to be used globally. -A 103-year-old Chinese woman who had been kept for treatment for six days in Wuhan has fully recovered. This shows that there’s a hope that we all can fight the coronavirus. -Due to Lockdowns, unemployment has reached its peak, keeping this in mind many countries are suspending water, electricity and internet stuff for residents who are not able to afford the bills. -Vaccines for the cure of coronavirus have been sent for the first stage implementation on humans. If this becomes a success then hopefully in about 3 months the cure will be provided to every individual. -People have become very aware of sanitization and are slowly inclining towards the vegetarian lifestyle as well. Yes, it is difficult to stay in self-quarantine but just imagine the day when the announcement will be made that we no more need to shield ourselves inside the house, the day where handshakes will be normalized again, the day happy faces will be seen all over. As the lyric from ‘Hey, you’ by Pink Floyd says “Together we stand, divided we fall”, it is our job to stay united, share awareness, not take advantage of the situation by black marketing, taking care of ourselves, maybe learn a new skill and not panic. Together the sun will shine upon us again.


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AN INTRODUCTION TO DEERWALK DEVELOPERS COMMUNITY
2020-03-03 02:08:36

The Deerwalk Developers Community is a platform at Deerwalk Institute of Technology for students having the same interest to team up together and learn from each other. The community aims to make a team of enthusiastic learners and help them run together. Every group will have a leader and a six month tenure which will have two phases, Learning and Project Phase. In the Learning Phase, team members will study the technology and follow the same learning path to help each other. Once the team members are comfortable with this, they will move to the project phase. In the latter phase, team members will work together to build a real world project. Community Goal The main objective to start this community was to establish a learning environment in the college. According to the president and the founder of the community, Aaakash Bhandari, his leadership will focus on creating an almost identical environment to other IT colleges abroad where students form groups and work together on the technology they want to learn. He believes that group learning will make the learning process much easier and efficient. In addition, the community also plans to conduct different inter school events.Hour of Code outside the college and extend the community throughout the different IT colleges based in Nepal. Current Members At present, Aakash Bhandari holds the position of president, Shubham Joshi has been appointed as the vice president and Aiswarya Sapkota is the treasurer of the committee. The community has 8 executive members : Raman Lamichhane, Sujan Adhikari, Sagar Giri, Deena Sitikhu, Simran Prajuli, Aabiskar Pandey, Umang Pathak and Ramesh Tamag. Active Groups The newly formed community has been bestowed with great responses from the students. Lots of students have shown interest in joining the community. Currently, there are 5 active groups: Game Development on Unity with 14 members, Web Development with 23 members, Ethical Hacking with 15 members, Software Quality Assurance with 3 members and IOT with 7 members. Why Community when there are already different Clubs in the college ? There might arise a question amongst DWIT students on why a separate community is needed when we already have clubs to conduct different workshops? The answer to this is quite simple; the community actually has a different set of goals as compared to the clubs. While a Club is focused on conducting workshops which lasts for just a few days, the community students will have a learning time for the entire 6 months This means, the students will get a fair amount of time to learn and let alone learning, they will also be working on a projects as a team which will surely add up to their CV.


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