Press Release – Anjal Niraula

05th March 2019

It has come to our notice that Mr. Anjal Niraula has been misleading about his position as brand ambassadors of different organizations and contact other participants and people in relation to Glocal via his Facebook Account and asking for money to take them for a tournament to Spain.

He has been terminated from Glocal Teen Hero Platform and also dethroned from Top 6 finalist of 2016 on the date of 18 January 2018 due to similar acts.

While being judged for Glocal Teen Hero Platform in 2016, he was working well in developing schools in rural Nepal and it was well justified to our then jury board and he was selected, he continued working for the betterment of education in rural Nepal.

However, it came to Glocal’s notice that he has started misleading people and Glocal Terminated him from top 6. Glocal works with a lot of teenagers and youth and till date we have recognized 52 real teenage change makers who have influenced lot of lives and brought impact on society. However, one such case of Mr. Anjal Niraula has brought all of to shock.

The objective of this release is to make everybody who is related to Glocal understand that Mr. Anjal Niraula has already been terminated long ago and he is nowhere linked to Glocal or any of its partner organizers, also he is not linked to any partners, supporters, and sponsors of Glocal Teen Hero.

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Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero India: Launched at Guwahati, India

Glocal Pvt. Ltd. launched Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero India on February 27, 2019, in Press Club, Guwahati. Glocal Teen Hero is an initiation to bring out the teenagers who are doing something from the shadows and create a ripple effect of motivation and impart a message that a lot can be done by anyone and also to appreciate and recognize the teenagers

The purpose of the Launch Event of Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero India in Guwahati was to introduce about the project with a wider perspective to the audience and to raise awareness and understanding about the need of such project and the difference it makes to the lives of the teenagers by showcasing the stories of past teenagers.

The event shared the news of a positive collaboration for the betterment of teenagers & youths, cross the border and aware the people about the proud moment for the nation that something has been initiated from Nepal to flow towards India. Previously on January 27, 2019 Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero India was launched in Delhi.

The event was organized on the presence of Asish Thakur- Executive Director of Glocal Pvt Ltd; Kajol Jha Thakur- PR Manager of Glocal Pvt Ltd, Project Lead- Glocal Teen Hero; Debashish Chakraborty, Senior Marketing Manager, CG India and Biswadeep Gupta, Managing Trustee, KRC Foundation.

One of its own kind, “Glocal Teen Hero Nepal” is an initiation to recognize the teenagers who have initiated, achieved outstanding activities to create a ripple effect in the society. GTH motivates and encourages the teenagers to step out of their comfort zone, be creative and develop entrepreneurial thinking by providing them national recognition and empowerment.

Asish Thakur, Executive Director, Glocal Pvt. Ltd shared -“We want our youths to be the visible support of the social change and I believe GTH is connecting the dots in this process. We are planning to outreach our initiation to as many South Asian countries as we can before 2020” at the event.

The applications for Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero India have already opened from January 15, 2019, and closes on 2nd of April. The main event is said to happen on 20th April 2019 in Guwahati, India.

With an aim to organize South Asian Glocal Teen Hero in 2020 in Kathmandu, Nepal; Glocal is moving forward to have Glocal Teen Hero in every country across the South Asian Region to organize the first-ever recognizing teenager’s platform in South Asia. The initiation now starts from India.

For the more information about the event, please visit the link given below::

Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero India: Launch

Kathmandu, January 14, 2019: Glocal Pvt. Ltd. launched Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero India today at Soaltee Crowne Plaza. Glocal Teen Hero is an initiation to bring out the teenagers who are doing something from the shadows and create a ripple effect of motivation and impart a message that a lot can be done by anyone and also to appreciate and recognize the teenagers.

The purpose of the Launch Event of Wai Wai GTH India was to introduce about the project with a wider perspective to the audience and to raise awareness and understanding about the need of such project and the difference it makes to the lives of the teenagers by showcasing the stories of past teenagers. The event shared the news of a positive collaboration for the betterment of teenagers & youths, cross border and aware the people about the proud moment for the nation that something has been initiated from Nepal to flow towards India.

The conference incorporated an introduction session of featuring the project by Cajol Jha (PR Manager of Glocal Pvt. Ltd.; Project Lead, Glocal Teen Hero) followed by the speech of Biswadeep Gupta (the Managing Trustee of KRC Foundation) on his perspective towards taking the lead of making GTH India happen. Deepak Raj Joshi (CEO of Nepal Tourism Board) also shared his insight regarding partnership of NTB for GTH India.

The event had the presence of, H.E. Manjeev Singh Puri, Ambassador; Nirvana Chaudhary, MD, CG Corp| Global; GP Sah, CEO, CG Foods; Mr. Deepak Raj Joshi, CEO, NTB, and Mr. Dogus Khan, CEO, CG Communication. Apart of these, there was also a presence of Jury for GTH Nepal, Partners, representative of KRC Foundation (The local body for organizing GTH India), Representative of Glocal and the presence of Embassy of India.

One of its own kind, “Glocal Teen Hero Nepal” is an initiation to recognize the teenagers who have initiated, achieved outstanding activities to create a ripple effect in the society. GTH motivates and encourages the teenagers to step out of their comfort zone, be creative and develop entrepreneurial thinking by providing them a national recognition and empowerment.

The applications for Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero India will be opened from January 15, 2019 and closes on April 2nd. The main event is said to happen on 20th April, 2019 in Guwahati, India.

With an aim to organize South Asian Glocal Teen Hero in 2020 in Kathmandu, Nepal; Glocal is moving forward to have Glocal Teen Hero in every country across the South Asian Region to organize the first ever recognizing teenager’s platform in South Asia. The initiation now starts from India.


Rewind my life back to 2 years, you’d probably find me wandering malls with my friends. Well! nothing to do but just gasping it after seeing the price tag of stuffs. As for me, I was so confused about my plans; what I am supposed to do next? I used to keep questioning myself that should I put myself in that crowd, who are looking for cheap IELTS preparation classes or do I have something else in mind which I have not discovered yet? At the same time, the time blessed me in disguise, which changed my life and now I can say proudly, ‘I Have Found Myself’.

Let me tell you what really happened!!

My mind with what next? I found United World School Nepal (UWSN) calling application for teaching fellowship. UWSN is a social organization working for the betterment of education quality in developing countries. With full of excitement, I applied for the fellowship and got selected. The UWSN gave me opportunity with challenges.  As it was the first time I was moving far away (700 km) from my home. My mom was worried for me regarding placement and management for a girl who even don’t know how to cook. Ignoring challenges with positivity, I started my journey with lots of hope and hundreds of questions. As if my mind was full of questions like what could this fellowship offer me? Would I be able to be on my own? What will happen if I fall sick out of a sudden? Will it be safe for me? A hundred of questions were flooding in my mind when I had to decide whether or not to accept the fellowship??

But now when I look back and see myself, my beautiful journey has created flowers from thorn. Now, I am proud of myself that I took a leap of faith. For nearly 2 years, I have been working in Shiva Basic School, Majhuwa (Sankhuwasabha) as a fellowship teacher. For 2 years, the school has been my home, my workplace and the people are like my family who cares and loves me as their child. These are my lifetime happy memories and new experience of some grim days. 

While I was involved primarily in teaching, I gave my concern to school and community where I initiated lots of programs, coordinating with teachers and students to bring positive change. From implementing hand washing drills to setting up the Routine of Teachers to clean the toilet, I have received the ample of appreciation and I am so thankful for that.

Bamboo fencing has been done around the school which has given a fresh environment to the school, also installing playing apparatus like swings, seesaws, monkey climbing in school has given smiles in kid’s faces and more chances to be involved in physical activities besides the teaching. Plantation has been carried out all around the school which will surely give the school a green and clean environment. Also, an awareness rally on the occasion of World Environment Day was conducted with an aim of making people aware about the importance of clean environment which certainly raised some eyebrows and made people aware not to litter their surroundings.

Also, we organized a flash mob on the occasion of International Women’s Day to raise awareness on Women’s Safety and Education.

Teachers-Parents meetings have been conducted periodically to improve school and student’s environment and also new measures and actions are being taken. Children are motivated to study hard and think about their future. Two of them have got a scholarship by ‘Pestolozzi‘(an organization) which grants them tuition fees, lodging and food in the reputed school of Dehradun, India. I can see the school is shaping in right way and feel like a proud mother who sees her son/daughter doing the best in their life.

Through my experience, what I learned is “Nothing is Impossible until and unless you try”. In many instances, there was not enough support from community but I never lost hope and always forced myself to go extra mile for the betterment of the school and community. Trust me, it feels really good and blesses you with a sense of satisfaction that makes you feel ‘You have done something good’. When I asked kids what they want to be in future? They reply, “I want to become like you.” It really warms your heart when you hear that. You feel proud when someone takes you as their role model.

After couple of months, this 2-year fellowship will end; I find myself often in tears when I see people so concerned for me. I often find people and parents asking me if they could do anything to extend my fellowship or make me stay longer. I am really blessed to get love and respect by the people and makes me feel that I might have done something good. I will be missing everything and everyone. The biggest gift I got are the memories that I will cherish forever and always be thankful for the opportunity. And now I finally could say to my mum. “Your daughter has finally learned to cook food”!

By: Binata Gurung

Awareness Campaign to End Child Marriage: A project by Prashansha KC, Glocal Teen Hero 2018

Age does not matter! Defying this, Prashansha won the title of Glocal Teen Hero 2018 on 1st of September, 2018.

She is 17-year-old Youtuber and Social Activist. She is passionate to work on film shooting, editing, post- production and writing script on her own. Not only the entertaining vlogs, she loves to shoot the documentaries that would expose the urgency of the eradication of child marriage.

After she was introduced to the child marriage in her locality, feeling disturbed she was very keen to work on eradicating it. She defines, “The platform I got actually made my dream come true. I wanted to present my work and then get the mentors to understand my visions regarding what specific I want to work on. And act grand!”

After running different projects on the awareness of child marriage and sessions focusing on the eradication of child marriage, she was looking for something big to create an impact on the larger number of people. Winning the title led her to get an opportunity to take a stronger step for making her dream come true.

“Awareness Campaign to End Child Marriage” is an awareness campaign to end child marriage in Rukum and to create good learning and growing atmosphere for children which is free of early marriage, early pregnancy, poverty, unemployment and many more.

She has started working in her project from October.

The project is about ending child marriage through effective way of awareness. With the initiation and leadership of Glocal Teen Hero 2018 Prashansha KC, the project is organized in collaboration with Zonta Club of Kathmandu and Glocal Pvt. Ltd.

The project is about ending child marriage through effective way of awareness. The project is organized in collaboration with Zonta Club of Kathmandu and Glocal Pvt. Ltd; where Zonta is supporting and Glocal is implementing the project.

She will be conducting awareness sessions in 2 schools targeting 1200 students of Rukum. The session will focus on discussions about prevention of these marriages, awareness about importance of being employed and educated, awareness about reproductive health, defence, empower girls and women to fight for their rights, awareness campaign to communities about moral and legal judgements.

To aware the women, she will be running ‘Workshops in Ama Samuha’. With good parenting skills, it would include all the above sessions. Reaching out more in the community, she will be doing Ghar Dailo program as well. The project will be addressing the benefits of marrying at right age, scope and responsibility of new generation and many more to elderly people.

The documentary will be made to potray the lives of victim and execution of project to inform the youth about this problem all over Nepal.


Prashansha KC was felicitated Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero 2018

Kathmandu, September 2, 2018: Prashansha KC was felicitated Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero 2018 on 1st of September, 2018 at Soaltee Crowne Plaza, Kathmandu. The award was handed by Honorable Minister of Labour, Employment and Social Security- Mr. Gokarna Bista and all the jury members.

Prashansha is an enthusiastic Youtuber, film maker, social activist and poetess. On September of 2017, she, on behalf of World Experience Foundation, initiated a project to spread awareness about kidnap marriage and child marriage. She created a document art about this campaign with purpose to educate, aware and encourage the viewers to make changes in their society. Further, she is planning and designing a project called ‘A Word A Step Ahead’.

This year’s competition had received over 532 applications, from fascinating teenagers demonstrating the diverse potential of this often under looked age-group of people. The applicants had demonstrated their skills and expertise, and made an impact in their society, from areas like social work to journalism, from mobile app development and computer programming, to robotics, and from entrepreneurship to community development among others.

Prashansha was selected from among top 6 finalists in the competition viz. Bikalpa Dhungana (19 years, Inventor, Tanahu), Deepshikha Ghimire (18 years, Writer, Makwanpur), Prashansha KC (17 years, Social Activist, Rukum), Saugat Tiwari (19 years, Entrepreneur, Chitwan), Sudarshan Subedi (19 years, Ecopreneur, Okhaldhunga), and Swornim Shrestha (17 years, Social Entrepreneur, Sindhupalchowk).

Glocal Teen Hero is the only national platform in Nepal to recognize and honor the outstanding teenagers. It is a platform for Nepali teenagers to share their initiation, creativity, and enthusiasm which will then motivate them and more of the other teenagers in the nation to develop an entrepreneurial thinking.

This is the fourth edition of the first ever program designed in the country to recognize dedicated, passionate, and innovative teenagers so as to encourage their initiatives. Bipana Sharma, a 17-year old child rights activist from Sunwal, Nawalparasi, and Santosh Lamichhane, young robot inventor were felicitated with the First and Second Glocal Teen Hero awards in the years 2015 and 2016 respectively. Similarly, Sachin Dangi, 18, Social Activist was felicitated Wai Wai Glocal Teen Hero in 2017.

Started from inside the Kathmandu valley only in the year of inception, the competition this year had reached out to teenagers nationwide and conducted interactive sessions in various schools, colleges and communities. This year, the total reach to teenagers was 50,000+ after conducting activation and information session in different schools and colleges of Nation.

To make the program a grand success, this year, Glocal has partnered with Wai Wai as a title sponsor. It is promoted by SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industries and Nepal Tourism Board. European Union and UNDP are the Strategic Partner, Soaltee Crowne Plaza is the initiative partner. Likely, Coca-Cola, VOITH, Panchakanya and Honda as Partners, Turkish Airlines and Yeti Airlines as Airlines Partner. In addition, Prisma Advertising as Creative Partner and Sparrow SMS is the SMS Partner. The initiative is supported by Tara Air, Landmark education, Worldlink, IMS Group, IME, AYON, YUWA, Restless Development, Facts Nepal, SmartDoko, View Your Choice, YesClub Nepal & Khubiliti. Partnership with various such organizations working on youth-segment helped the program reach every nook and corners of the country, and ensured no teenagers having talents and potential were left-out from the competition.

The respected 7-member jury panel had shortlisted the 6 amazing teens (ages 13-19) for their achievements, initiations or contributions in any other field outside of their respective school’s or college’s curriculum. The jury panel this year comprises of Mr. Ambuj Singh, Country Manager, Coca-Cola Nepal, Ms. Alina Prajapati, General Manager, Glocal Pvt. Ltd.  Mr. Renaud Meyer, UNDP Country Director to Nepal, Ranjit Acharya, CEO of Prisma Advertising, Mr. Suraj Vaidya, President of Vaidya’s Organization of Industries, Mrs. Srijana Shakya Jyoti, Chief Branding Officer, Jyoti Group and  Mr. Upaul Majumdar, General Manager of Soaltee Crowne Plaza

The selection was based on their resume, the evidence and an essay on their accomplishment.

These six teens also went through a six-days-long capacity building workshop, trainings, corporate visits and recreation.

After SMS voting round, the finalists were then individually interviewed on the basis of attitude, vision and aptitude by the panel of judges and Prashansha KC was declared as the Fantastic Teen for the year 2018.

The action-packed award ceremony held at Soaltee Crowne Plaza today was attended by 250+ personalities of Nepal from different walks of life, such as diplomats, politicians, film stars, entrepreneurs, educators, youth leaders and many more.

Second edition of Wai Wai presents Glocal International Teen Conference 2018 held

Similarly, Glocal also organized the second edition of Wai Wai Presents Glocal International Teen Conference on September 1, 2018.

Wai Wai Glocal International Teen Conference (GITC) is an international conference for teenagers in Nepal and abroad. GITC is an opportunity for teenagers to authentically address issues that are important to them without having to overcome generational barriers. The conference showcased the ideas, experience, and stories of the teenagers from different countries like India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Jamaica, Ghana, Vietnam, Bangladesh etc. through series of panel discussions and presentations. The panel majors on Entrepreneurship, Empowerment and Socio-Perspective.

The main objective of this conference was to be the platform of the Global Teenagers’ Meet and set an example of teenagers who have worked in countries with more difficulties and spreading a positivity that things are possible with efforts. It is a platform for knowledge and experience where teenagers can learn about leadership, empowerment and social impact through a participatory and interactive environment with their peers from all over the globe.

Working Teens: creating an impact

Are you a teen belonging to age group 13-19?  If your answer is yes, then I would like to put forward another question; what do you do, besides going to school? I’m pretty sure that only few will be able to answer this question.There are fewer teens who are guided by living with the purpose of greater good. Yes, this write-up is all about those teens who have succeeded to influence millions of lives because of their activities, regardless of their ages.

Whenever the subject of teens comes, the name- Sandeep Lamichhane tops the list because of his huge impact on cricketing history of Nepal. The top order leg spinner bowler of Nepal, Lamichhane was only 17 when he was selected in the famous Indian Premier League (IPL) 2018 from Delhi Dare Devils. He is the first player in the history of Nepalese cricket who played IPL and shared the dressing room with the legend of world cricket like Gautam Gambhir, Trent Boult , Mohammed Shami, Glenn Maxwell, and so many other experienced players of world cricket community. His journey started from IPL and continued with his selection in Caribbean Premier League(CPL) and GT20 , Canadian cricket league. He is also a first Nepalese player to get selected in CPL of West Indies. Born in Syangja, a district far from the capital, he succeed to create an impact not only in the home cricket but also in the international cricket community .

There is another teen who proved herself as the Teen Child Right Activist. She is Bipana Sharma, who was just  17 when she  was felicitated as a Glocal Teen Hero 2015, leaving  hundreds of applicants behind  from the various nooks and corners of the Nepal who are working to create impact in the society. Nawalparasi born Sharma was only 11 when she joined Ekata Baal Club in her VDC. Later, she got elected as the chairman of VDC level child network. Inspired by seeing some of the children working in hotels, she has now proved herself as the strong child right activist, currently holding thousands of children under her child club network. She has proved herself as an impactful leader, thereby playing crucial role to involve the agendas of child right in the draft of newly written constitution. In one of the TEDx talks in Kathmandu, she said that she has a dream to be the first women Prime Minister of Nepal. She is now engaged  in various workshops ,trainings ,talks program about the children and many other activities. She has proved that age is just a number when you are highly willing to live a life with greater good .

Similarly , another 18 year old got viral in social media by throwing the waste and garbage in front of the gate of Singhadurbar, the main administrative building of Nepal government, to remind politicians that there has been excessive dirt in the city. He is KP Khanal, campaigner of Clean Kathmandu project. Clean Kathmandu Campaign is the initiation of nine teenagers under the leadership of KP Khanal with the aim of making the Kathmandu clean and change the perceived behaviors of people residing in Kathmandu towards the surrounding.  Meanwhile, the campaign wants to prove the famous quote “Be the change you wants the world to be”  to the people who behave recklessly and keep complaining about the problems. He was born in the middle class family of Achham district of far western Nepal and raised in  Kailali district. The main thing that inspires him for being a Social Activist is the Nepalese society that he saw through his family struggle. He managed to build the residential building for the orphanage children in the Bajura district with the collection of 4 million rupees from the people like him, who want to see the change in the society. A teen working for the motive of only self-satisfaction, can be the rising star of Nepalese society to inspire the people to live with the purpose of greater good .

In addition to these above mentioned energetic teens , there is another teen of aged 16, whose name and work when listened will surely bring goose-bumps. He is Mr. Sujan Acharya who has set the record of Youngest Television program host. He was only 11 when he hosted TV shows named “Nepal Darshan” and “Mission News” at ABC Television. He dreams of breaking the record of longest-ever television talk show , which is now hold by the celebrated TV journalist Ravi Lamichhane. He has set an example for the teenagers of Nepal that age is just a number when you are strongly driven by your passion.

Thus, Sandeep Lamichhane, Bipana Sharma, KP Khanal, and Sujan Acharya are the perfect example to prove age is just a number, their work is all what gives them their unique identity. Apart from these teenagers, there are so many teenagers in our society who are doing good for others. These extra-ordinary teens has set a perfect example and inspiration to the other teens . The descriptions of aforementioned teenagers clearly prove us that no any age barriers are existed in the real sense if you have strong faith in your works. The works done by them in their age is beyond extraordinary. With my confidence at it peak, I can proudly say that age is just a number . Age is not the factor that will decide what to do and how to do.The main thing you need is passion and strong determination to see the decent society.

Glocal Teen Hero: A step closer towards Sustainable Development Goals

Sustainable Development Goals, or SDGs are footpaths which are supposed to act as guidelines for a better tomorrow. With almost half the population capable to make a difference(being under 30), it is crucial for these youths to be actively involved in formulating these goals so that we, as the most ‘intelligent’ species, are using our best resource to give back.

Teenagers are people who fall in the age range of 13-19. During this time, creativity is at its peak, ideas are rampant. So we must make sure our creativity and thinking power are utilized in a good way, so that we are supporting good causes and meaningful actions. We must inspire communities who haven’t got the knowledge to break prejudices and end injustice. For something to actually happen, a group of people need to provide collective effort so that they can bring about the necessary changes they want. So teens must be able to form a team of like minded people and come  with projects which have a positive and a productive impact on society. In short, we must be able to be a critical part of carrying out actions, observing and reviewing the progress of SDGs.

One of the  platforms that supports the SDGs Agenda  is Glocal Teen Hero (GTH). It is run exclusively by youth for teenagers who are brimming with potential, who have the ideas which can change the world. It has been initiated by Glocal-Khabar, which is an online portal to cover news about youth, education and entrepreneurship. Glocal Teen Hero is an award night dedicated to commemorate the various innovative teenagers who have ideas that impact the society in a positive way. This program encourages teens to step out of their shell and be creative while taking care of the sustainability of their idea which promotes the idea of SDGs. All the while, GTH helps their sustainable principle friendly projects to network with some of the most influential delegates from various industries all over the country. So, the teenagers participating in GTH have the opportunity to have their ideas get amplified on a nationwide scale which might resonate within other people and inspire them to start practicing SDGs by their own on a small scale, which creates a ripple effect and one individual can influence a ton of other individuals to practice SDGs.

To summarise, teens might be the ones making all the big changes and  if the teens behind are constantly encouraged and pushed to their limit so they make full use of their capabilities for everyone to be living in a better place. And with platforms like Glocal Teen Hero and Glocal International Teen Conference, we are slowly inching towards our objective of achieving SDGs for a better Nepal.

December 16: Day of Teen Revolution

Every year, December 16 marks the Day of Teen Revolution in the world believing in the power of teenagers to create a revolution. This year, teenagers from Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri-Lanka, India, and Australia celebrated the day with small efforts towards social change.


In Nepal, Teens who have been striving from a long time to create change in the society organized small program within their locality to motivate teenagers to create change and also to make society realize in Teen power to make a change.

Different motivational sessions were conducted to motivate teens in these places approaching their skills enhancement to accommodate changes in their life through life skill education and to make them the responsible citizen of the country.

This year, Day of Teen Revolution in Nepal is marked from Pokhara, Nawalparasi, Sarlahi, and Kathmandu.

The activities were:
1) At Pokhara university, girls marked this day with the session on Teen Girl’s Empowerment and also focusing on menstrual taboos and reproductive health problems. These teen girls are really proud to be girl rather than setting themselves back in the society.

2) At Nawalparasi, Session was conducted on “Teen for Peace and Development” among 25 teenagers. The program highlighted the teen issues and made an individual pathway to face them and find the solutions from an individual level.

3) Ruby Moktan, one of Glocal’s 20 under 20 marked Day of Teen Revolution with her classmates sharing their journey and discussing teen problems and journey of Glocal’s 20 under 20 and inspiring them to utilize their skills in productive works and to create positive change in themselves and also in the society.

4) At Shree Beni Bhola Technical School, Godaita, Sarlahi, an interactive program with 10 different Speakers took place. The different topics like Importance of Science and Technology, Role of Teen in Social Change, Public Speaking Techniques, Women’s Empowerment, Living a life we deserve among others were discussed amidst 50 teenagers

The Theme of Science and Technology

It is the topic that encompasses science, technology and the interaction between the two. It is the systematic enterprise that builds and organizes the knowledge in the form of explanations about everything and predictions about nature and the universe. Technology is the collection of techniques, methods and ideas that can be used in the production of goods which are now being used to decorate the whole world. If we look around in the human history, science plays a huge role because of which 21st century appears to be so vast and full of scientific inventions.

Long ago, it was impossible for any person to talk to people who were miles away from them. A man named Graham Bell changed that reality with his illusion by building a communication machine named Telephone. Just because of Science and engineering skills, now we can travel around the world within hours and we can communicate with the person in the other side of the world. There is a high scope of science and technology. Many things have already been discovered and many are yet to be discovered. If we look around the present world, we can find many inventions created by science and technology and because of that, our daily life has become much more efficient.

Aspiring people to take up science and technology can inspire a lot of people towards tech field and generate new ideas that can be used to change the lifestyle of the whole world. To change the world via our vision in science and technology, first we have to think differently. We all have worn the different goggles of illusion. Everyone tend to elaborate the things and situation according to their goggles of illusion. This gives a wide range of perspectives. Thus, to decorate the world with brand new ideas, those illusionary goggles are to be worn and believe that everything is possible.

Many people changed their goggles to decorate world like Alessandro Volta built the first battery. Wright brothers are the legends of the machines that can fly miles away like the birds. They build the first Aeroplane. By the Illusion of Thomas Addison, the invention of light bulb was possible which faded the darkness away during the night as well.

Thus, we should aspire to make the lives better with the use of Science and Technology.


Bijay Acharya

Glocal’s 20 under 20