Category: Voices From AUW

Women’s Education: A Means of Improving Life

By Moumita Saha 30 March 2014 A healthy and educated woman can play an important role in maintaining a healthy family and can also contribute her knowledge for the welfare of her community and country. However, in the rural areas

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Moumita Saha Bio

Hometown: Dhaka, Bangladesh Graduation Year: 2017 Major: Public Health Studies (Intended) Moumita Saha, a first-year undergraduate at AUW, is inspired by a dream that has been instilled in her through the support of her parents. “My mother works so hard

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Kalpana Maharjan

I am Kalpana Maharjan from Kathmandu, Nepal. I am a Biological Science major at Asian University for Women, and my minor is in Information and Communication Technology.

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Life is like a game

I still remember the hot summer Saturdays, when schools were off and I along with my brother’s friends used to run towards the backyard to play cricket.

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Priyanka Shrestha

I am an undergraduate third year student from Nepal.  My major is Biological Sciences, and I am taking Public Health Studies as my minor.  I like researching about innovations in biology. I am a nature-loving person; therefore, I like to

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Give few Minutes, LIVE an Entire Day!

Coming to Asian University for Women (AUW) almost four years back I discovered my love for sports.

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