Nepali language

NepaliNepaleseKhas language
Dashrath Kharel, "Nepali linguistics spoken in Darjeeling-Sikkim" Languages of Nepal. Vikram Samvat. Nepali literature. Nepali phonology. Numbers in Nepali language. पोखरेल, मा. प्र. (2000), ध्वनिविज्ञान र नेपाली भाषाको ध्वनि परिचय, नेपाल राजकीय प्रज्ञा प्रतिष्ठान, काठमाडौँ।. Schmidt, R. L. (1993) A Practical Dictionary of Modern Nepali. Turner, R. L. (1931) A Comparative and Etymological Dictionary of the Nepali Language. Clements, G.N. & Khatiwada, R. (2007). “Phonetic realization of contrastively aspirated affricates in Nepali.” In Proceedings of ICPhS XVI (Saarbrücken, 6–10 August 2007), 629- 632. Hutt, M. & Subedi, A. (2003) Teach Yourself Nepali. Manders, C.

List of Sahitya Akademi Award winners for Nepali

Sahitya Akademi Award to Nepali WritersNepali
Sahitya Akademi Award is given each year by the Sahitya Akademi (India's National Academy of Letters) to writers and their works for their outstanding contribution to the upliftment of Indian literature, Nepali literature being one of them.

List of Nepali language poets

List of Nepali poets
Gadul Singh Lama, (born 1939). Ganesh Lal Shrestha, (1911–1985) - poet. Girija Prasad Joshi, (1939–1987) - poet. Gopal Prasad Rimal, (1918–1973) - poet. Gopal Singh Nepali, (1911–1963)- poet. Gyandil Das, (1821–1883)- poet. Hangyug Agyat (born, 1978) - poet. Hari Prasad Gorkha Rai (1914–2005). Kamala Sankrityayan (1920–2009). Krishna Bhooshan Bal (1948-2012) - poet. Krishnahari Baral (born, 1954) - poet and critic. Kshetra Pratap Adhikary (1943-2014) - poet. Lakshmi Prasad Devkota (1909-1959) - poet, playwright and essayist. Lekhnath Paudyal (1885–1966) - poet. Madan Mohan Mishra (1931 – 2013) - poet. Madhav Prasad Devkota. Madhav Prasad Ghimire (born, 1919) - poet.

All India Services

All India ServiceAISAll-India
On recommendation by Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, from year 2014 state civil servants are required to clear 1000 marks four-stage process including a written exam and interview conducted by Union Public Service Commission to get promoted to the three all India services which was previously based solely on basis of seniority and annual confidential reports.

Election Commission of India

Election CommissionECIIndian Election Commission
Being a constitutional authority, Election Commission is amongst the few institutions which function with both autonomy and freedom, along with the country’s higher judiciary, the Union Public Service Commission and the Comptroller and Auditor General of India. The current commission was established in 1950 when it had a Chief Election Commissioner appointed. Membership increased on 16 October 1989 to three with the increase of two Commissioners were appointed to the commission. That commission ceased on 1 January 1990 when The Election Commissioner Amendment Act, 1989 superseded the earlier the commission; it continues in operation..

Laxmi Prasad Devkota

Lakshmi Prasad DevkotaDevkotaThe Lunatic
Devkota contributed to Nepali literature by starting a modern Nepali language romantic movement in the country. Born in Nepal, he was the first to begin writing epic poems in Nepali literature. Nepali poetry soared to new heights with Devkota's innovative use of language. Departing from the Sanskrit tradition that dominated the Nepali literary scene at the time, being inspired from the Newar language (a Sino-Tibetan language) ballad song Ji Waya La Lachhi Maduni, he wrote Muna Madan (1930), a long narrative poem in popular jhyaure bhaka folk tune. Muna Madan is undoubtedly the most sold book in the history of Nepalese literature.

Government of India

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These high officials include the governors of the 29 states; the chief justice; other judges of the supreme court and high courts on the advice of other judges; the Attorney General; the Comptroller and Auditor General; the Chief Election Commissioner and other election commissioners; the chairman and members of the Union Public Service Commission; the officers of the All India Services (IAS, IFoS and IPS) and central civil services in group 'A'; and the ambassadors and high commissioners to other countries on the recommendations of the cabinet.

Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions

Department of Personnel and TrainingPersonnel, Public Grievances and PensionsMinister of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions
Department of Personnel and Training (this also includes recruitment of officers through UPSC and SPSC). Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances. Department of Pensions and Pensioners’ Welfare. Department of Personnel and Training. Department of Pension and Pensioners' Welfare. Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances. Union Public Service Commission. Staff Selection Commission. Public Enterprises Selection Board. Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration. Institute of Secretariat Training and Management. Central Vigilance Commission. Central Bureau of Investigation. Indian Institute of Public Administration. Central Information Commission.

Guru Prasad Mainali

Guru Prasad Mainali (1900–1971) was a Nepali short story writer. Mainali is the pioneer and one of the well-known short story writers of Nepali literature. He is famous for his short story anthology 'Naaso'. Mainali was born in a middle class Brahmin family in Kanpur, Kavrepalanchok. He was a son of Kashi Nath Mainali and Kashi Rupa Devi Mainali. He joined a government job for his living. Mainali's works contributed to the development of Nepali short stories. Altogether, Mainali wrote only eleven short stories, but his knowledge of the Nepalese society made him an excellent describer of the life in the country side.

Muna Madan

Munasame namethe long poem of the same name
Muna Madan (Nepali: मुनामदन) is a short epic narrating the tragic story of Muna & Madan written by Nepalese poet Laxmi Prasad Devkota and one of the most popular works in Nepali literature. Muna Madan is based on an 18th-century ballad in Nepal Bhasa entitled Ji Waya La Lachhi Maduni (it has not been a month since I came). The song, which is popular in Newar society, tells the story of a merchant from Kathmandu who leaves for Tibet on business leaving behind his newly wed bride. The wife is concerned for his safety as the journey to Tibet is filled with hardships, and she pleads with him not to go. But he leaves despite her protests.

President of India

PresidentPresidentialIndian President
The Chairman and other Members of the Union Public Service Commission. The Attorney General. Ambassadors and High Commissioners to other countries (only through the list of names given by the prime minister). Officers of the All India Services (IAS, IPS and IFoS), and other Central Civil Services in Group 'A'. A money bill can be introduced in the parliament only with the president's recommendation. The president lays the Annual Financial Statement, i.e. the Union budget, before the parliament. The president can take advances out of the Contingency Fund of India to meet unforeseen expenses.

Balkrishna Sama

Bal Krishna Sama
Bala Krishna Sama (बालकृष्ण सम; 8 February 1903 - 20 June 1981) was a Nepalese dramatist. He is also regarded as the "Shakespeare" of Nepal. In Nepali language, he is known as “Natya Siromani”. As a dramatist("natak-kar") he was a literature great of Nepal. His contribution to Nepali literature can never be forgotten. He was the son of General Samar Shumsher Jung Bahadur Rana and Kirtirajyalaksmi Rana. He married Mandakini in 1921. Sama was awarded with the Tribhuwan Puraskar from Nepal Rajakiya Pragya Prathistan in 1972. The same year he received the Bishesh Upadhi from Tribhuvan University and in 1978, the Prithvi Pragya Puraskar from Pragya Pratisthan. He died in 1981.

Arvind Saxena

In May 2015, he joined the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) as its member and was appointed its acting chairman in June 2018, after the retirement of Vinay Mittal. In November 2018, he was appointed the full-time chairman.

Bhanubhakta Acharya

BhanuBhanubhaktaShri Bhanubhakta Acharya
Nepali literature. Bhanubhakta Acharya: Personalities of Literature from Nepal. Books about Bhānubhakta Acharya, in Nepali.

Motiram Bhatta

Moti Ram Bhatta
He further developed Nepali language and made it a beautiful medium for literary expression. Motiram, the "youth poet", died at the age of 30. * Nepali literature * Motiram Bhatta Manodweg Prawah. Panchak Prapancha. Shakuntala. Priyadarsika. Pikdoot.

Parijat (writer)

ParijatBishnu Kumari WaibaPaarijat
The birthplace of Parijat, Darjeeling, was a major centre of Nepali language, culture and literature during her growing-up years. Darjeeling is inhabited by Nepali people who also practices similar language and culture to that of Nepali people and has never lost its character as a major centre of Nepali language, culture and literature. Sharing a close relationship with Nepal. Parijat was intricately connected to Nepal and Nepali literature from her early childhood. Having had a keen interest in literature from her childhood, she was destined to play an important and well-appreciated role in strengthening Nepali literature.

Dholpur House

Today the Union Public Service Commission is housed here. The interviews for recruiting candidates to the All India Services and Group A services for Government of India are conducted here. *

Bhim Sain Bassi

B.S. BassiBS Bassi
Bassi (born 20 February 1956) is an Indian Police Service (IPS) officer and is currently a member of the Union Public Service Commission since 31 May 2016. He served as the Commissioner of Police, Delhi from August 2013 to February 2016. He previously served as the Special Commissioner of Police (Administration) of Delhi Police (2012–13), Special Commissioner of Police (Traffic) of Delhi Police (2011-2012), Director General of Police of Goa Police (2009-2011) and Inspector General of Police of Chandigarh Police (2000-2002).

Indian Administrative Service

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Upon retirement, high ranking IAS officers have occupied constitutional posts such as the Chief Election Commissioner of India, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India, and the chairperson of the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC). They have also become members of administrative tribunals, such as the National Green Tribunal and the Central Administrative Tribunal, as well as chiefs of regulators including the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India, the Securities and Exchange Board of India, and the Reserve Bank of India.

Sujata Mehta (Indian Foreign Service)

Sujata Mehta
Sujata Mehta was appointed as a member of the Union Public Service Commission about a month prior to her superannuation. She left the Indian Foreign Service and was sworn in on 21 February 2017. Appointment to UPSC "Air Marshal Ajit Shankarrao Bhonsle and Ms. Sujata Mehta take oath as Members, UPSC", Business Standard. List of UPSC Board Members "UPSC Board". Profile from ministry website "Sujata Mehta".

Bhupi Sherchan

Bhupi Serchan
His Himalayan nationalism can be seen in his poem "Hami" ("Us"), where he claimed that Nepalese are brave, but foolish (because they are brave).Sherchan produced several odes to the martyrs of Nepal, including "Sahid Ko Samjhana," "Main Batti Ko Sikha," and "Ghantaghar"."Ghumne Mechmathi Andho Manchhe," or "Blind Man on a Revolving Chair,"has undergone its 10th edition. * "The life of Bhupi Serchan - Poetry and Politics in Post-Rana Nepal" by M.J Hutt, Oxford University Press, New Delhi, 2010, ISBN: 978-0-19-806827-3 Nepali literature. Laxmi Prasad Devkota. Gopal Prasad Rimal. Nepali Books you must have to read once in your life. Major Works Of Bhupi Sherchan @ Online Sahitya.

Suman Pokhrel

Every MorningEvery Morning" (poem)
Other prominent poets that he has translated into Nepali include Faiz Ahmad Faiz, Sahir Ludhiyanvi, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Langston Hughes, Maya Angelou, Gulzar and Uday Prakash among others. Ajit Cour, Indira Dangi, Sheema Kalbasi, Anamika, Kalpna Singh-Chitnis Azita Ghahreman and Hélène Cardona are other contemporary writers and poets whom he has translated into Nepali. Pokhrel's Nepali translations have been considered as among a few best literary translations brought into Nepali.

Ranadhir Chandra Sarma Sarkar

He was the 11th chairman of the Union Public Service Commission of India from May 1971 to February 1973. He served as the Law Secretary of Government of India. He has authored various books and articles in various journals related to law which have been referred to by other academics. In 1973-74, SarmaSarkar was part of the committee set by All India Panchayat Parishad, along with S. K. Dey and headed by Laxmi Mall Singhvi. The committee's report helped in granting the constitutional status to the Panchayati Raj. .He studied at Presidency University, Kolkata An Approach to the Constitution of India, 1981. The Press in India, 1984 ISBN: 9994046829. Union-State Relations in India, 1986.

Indian Foreign Service

IFSIFS officerIndian career diplomat
Officers of the IFS are now recruited by the Government of India on the recommendation of the Union Public Service Commission. Previous to 1948, some were appointed directly by the then Prime Minister and included former native rulers of India who had integrated their provinces into India apart from known persons like Mohammed Yunus. Fresh recruits to the IFS are trained at the Foreign Service Institute (FSI) after a brief foundation course at the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie.