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आगामी संविधान सभा निर्वाचन २०७० सालको निर्वाचन आयोग नेपालले जारी गरको पत्रकारका लागि आचार संहिता सम्बन्धी मिडिया मनिटरिङ प्रयोजनका लागि नेपाल प्रेस इन्स्टिच्यूटलाई अनुभवी जनशक्ति आवश्यक भएकोले इच्छुक व्यक्तिले आफ्नो व्यक्तिगत विवरणसहित तीन दिनभित्र इमेलमार्फत आवेदन दिनु हुन सूचित गरिन्छ ।
न्यूनतम योग्यता स् सञ्चार माध्यममा ५ वर्ष काम गरेको अनुभव तथा आम सञ्चार तथा पत्रकारिता विषयमा स्नातक उर्तिणलाई प्राथमिकता दिइनेछ । संस्थाले छनोट गरेकाहरुलाई मात्र इमेलमार्फत सम्पर्क गरिने छ ।

शोभा गौतम
अध्यक्ष, नेपाल प्रेस इन्स्टिच्यूट बबरमहल, काठमाडौं
आवेदन दिने ठेगाना shobhagautam@npiktm.org

Flanked by NPI Chairman Prof. P. Kharel and NPI Vice-chairman Tapanath Shukla, Dr. Dil Prasad Shrestha making a point at the UNESCO: sponsored workshop on National Media Development Indicators (MDI) in Nepal's Lalitpur Districts on October 18, 2011. (Below) Participants representing Nepali media, lawyers, civil society and experts at the day-long program.
Chairman of NPI, Prof. P. Kharel with Mr. Vladimir Spencer, World Learning, Visitor Exchange Program, USA.

 
Workshop on "Dialogue on Freedom of Information: The Right to Know"
Paper Presented by Mr. Vinaya Kasajoo, Chief Commissioner, National Information Commission
 
Workshop on "Dialogue on Freedom of Information: The Right to Know"
 Paper Presented by Mr. Dharmendra Jha President, Federation of Nepali Journalists
 
Development of free press in the country is the prime concern of Nepal Press Institute. Its establishment 26 years back was guided by the objective of providing professional services to the mediaindustry in Nepal. The Institute champions the cause of independent and pluralistic press.
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Photo Editors' Workshop
Ms. Gillian Mellsop, UNICEF Representative to Nepal, addressing participants at a five-day Editors' Workshop organised jointly by NPI and UNICEF in Kathmandu from September 27 to October 1, 2010.
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Award Ceremony:

Chairman of Nepal Press Institute Prof. P. Kharel giving away certificate and prize to Mr. Milan Bagale who topped the 26th batch of10-Month Journalism Course organized in 2010/2011.

08 August May 2010   
Book Publish Business Journalism


Written by senior journalist Mr. Prem Khanal, Aarthik Patrakarita (Business Journalism) is NPI's latest publication (2010) with support from the Washington–headquartered Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE), and the Kathmandu bases Samriddhi, The Prosperity Foundation: The first of its type in Nepal, the handbook contains various aspects of business reporting spread over ten chapters plus references.

18 May 2010   
World Press Freedom Day Marked


At the Workshop on "Dialogue on Freedom of Information: The Right to Know" are seen (from left) Mr. Vinaya Kasajoo, Chief Commissioner, National Information Commission; Mr. Axel Plathe, Head of Office and UNESCO Representative to Nepal; Hon'ble Shankar Pokharel, Minister of Information and Communications; Prof. P. Kharel, Chairman, Nepal Press Institute; Mr. Dharmendra Jha, President, Federation of Nepali Journalists; Mr. Narayan Sharma, Chairman, Press Council Nepal; Mr. Richard Bennett, Representative, Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal.

Participants at the Workshop on "Dialogue on Freedom of Information: The Right to Know", organized by NPI, in collaboration with the National Information Commission of Nepal and the Federation of Nepali Journalists, in Lalitpur. UNESCO and Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nepal supported the program.

12 May 2010   
Nepali media expresses solidarity with journalists in Honduras

Working journalists now can get Advance news
reporting courses with Distance Learning
modules on radio and print media. The
participants can execute their daily work
simultaneously with advanced courses. The
“In-depth News Reporting for Print Media”
course is six month and the “Advanced Skills on
Radio News and Interview” is three month.
The training is blended with distance learning
modules and 2-5 days long face-to-face
modules..
The experienced e-trainers’ will provide
creative guidelines from angling to in-depth
snews reporting. They will also provide detail
feedback on participants' practical works.
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In order to promote indigenous and community
media in the districts by facilitating access to
modern technologies and skills, NPI founded
two Regional Media Resource Centers in
Biratnagar and Nepalgunj (1995) and one in
Butwal (2003).
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