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Australian flag Embassy of Australia in Kathmandu

AddressBansbari
Kathmandu
Nepal
Phonelocal: (01) 437.1678
international: +977.1.437.1678
Faxlocal: (01) 437.1533
international: +977.1.437.1533
Web sitehttp://www.nepal.embassy.gov.au/

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nabi alaw
Sat, 25 Apr 2015 07:06 EDT
study and work
Hlo sir, now i'm studying in grade 12. I want to go
abroad for bba program so, i don't know how to
apply. So, please tell me how to apply for
australia please.....
Mahesh yadav
Thu, 23 Apr 2015 03:23 EDT
How much bank balanced show for Australia
hlo dear sir I want to go to Australia so I need ur help plz give me information about bank balance.
rajkumar chaulagain
Thu, 9 Apr 2015 03:58 EDT
dear sir, iam graduated student so I want go Australia for study I want know how much money I need to pay and how much money need to show bank balance thanks
rajkumar.chaula@ gmail.com its my email
mahesh prajapati
Thu, 9 Apr 2015 00:42 EDT
8 year gap in my study
Dear Sir,
I have completed b.com since 2007 so my study GAP 8 years so today i am going study in austrlia ?
National Press Club,Nepal
Thu, 2 Apr 2015 01:17 EDT
Request mail.
Dear Colleague,
National Press Club, Nepal (NPCN) which adheres to the UNESCO PRINCIPLES advocates fundamental rights of people believing in Peace, Progress and Democracy.
We extend our friendship relations. NPCN to fulfill the following aims.
-to exchange views with journalists science & technology.
-to work for peace, environmental and friendship.
-believe in democracy .always works to protect occupational rights.

NPCN is going to announce "International Journalism Peace Award "on the auspicious occasion of International Peace Day Sept.15th 2015. This award is being conferred every three year since 1989 to National and International persons in recognition of their contribution for building peace and harmony in the globe.We have already circulated our notice to various organizations and missions, we have formed a panel of selection committee of scholars, media persons.We would like you to help us Official letter for Registration. We think it will make our financial work easier to justify the budget required.
Yours,
Ram Krishna Karmacharya
President,
National Press Club, Nepal
(Member; International Association of Press Clubs.)
Jalavinayak Marga, Pulchowk ,Nair Tourist Bus Park
Lalitpur-20,Kathmandu NEPAL.
Website: www.npc.org.np
Jyotish Mishra
Fri, 27 Mar 2015 22:54 EDT
How to apply for australia
Hlo sir, now i'm studying in grade 11. I want to go abroad for bba program so, i don't know how to apply. So, please tell me how to apply for australia please.....
Renu
Fri, 27 Mar 2015 05:44 EDT
for student visa
i wanna go for study.may i know the process please.can i apply for scholorship?
ashok
Tue, 17 Mar 2015 06:41 EDT
work and study both
is this possible to both work and study in ausyralia
Rubi yadav
Wed, 11 Mar 2015 08:24 EDT
dependent can get work permit visa or not if means hw many hours
Dear,sir/madam i m apply for msc.nursing nd i m married i m going in dependent visa i wnt to knw can my dependent work there nd hw many hours
rabin poudel
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 09:13 EST
about bank deposit
Dear sir,
I've got offer letter in Bachelor of Information Technology from ACU, North Sydney for july intake and I'm preparing necessary documents. But I am not clear about bank deposit although I have just registered my sbi account. And my questions are:
1. I have to show about 40 lakhs but I have not now but will have in 2 months and thinking about depositing after 2 and half months. When should I put that money in my account?
2. Is it necessary to keep balance of 40 lakhs in minimum duration of three months?
or
can we just keep money in the last week just before to make deposit report?
3. Does it risky for visa cancellation?
Thanks.

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