2013 GL Fellows Selected (Notice)

Date: June 30, 2013

Congratulations to all finalists and runners-up for the 2013 Gaky’s Light Fellowship of Alternatives Nepal.  The following candidates have been selected from 417 applicants.  (Name list is alphabetical and does not indicate a rank order).

Selected candidates must accept the fellowship by calling the Alternatives office (98560-28560) no later than Monday, July 1 at 3pm.  Waiting list candidates will be notified by Tuesday July 2 at 3pm if they have been selected.

Selected Candidates:

S. No. Name Address Gender
Anju Kumari Chudhari Bijalapur VDC, Mohattary Female
Asmita Adhikari Kichanas VDC, Shanjha Female
Biswamitra Sapkota Thumako Danda VDC, Kaski Male
Narayan Bhattarai Krishnagadaki VDC, Syanjha Male
Naresh Choudhary Dhangadi, Kailali Male
Nirajan Kadayat Jufhal VDC, Dolpa Male
Pabitra Bhandari Dhampus, Kaski Female
Puja Shrestha Devchuli VDC, Nawalparasi Female
Ramesh Acharya Armala VDC, Kaski Male
Sabina Khatun Biratnagar, Sunsari Female
Sandip Regmi Pawai Gaude VDC, Syanjha Male
Shristhi Shrestha Lekhnath, Kaski Female

Waiting List Candidates

S. No. Name Address Gender
  Bala Kumari Nepali Biratnagar Sunsari Female
  Bhagwan Bastola Purunchaur VDC, Kaski Male
  Bishnu Bhandari Chorepatan, Pokhara, Kaski Male
  Ganesh Poudel Bhalam VDC, Kaski Male
  Krisma Basnet Armala VDC, Kaski Female
  Mirmaya Tamang Dhee VDC, Dhading Female

 Any information discovered to have been false on the Primary Application, Secondary Application, Interview Phase, or home visit will automatically lead to the disqualification of the fellow at any time during the fellowship.

Thank you to all applicants, individuals, partner organizations, schools for supporting our highly competitive selection process.  Congratulations, again, to each of the talented young people named today!


About Gaky's Light Fellowship Program

Gaky’s Light Fellowship Program (GLFP) is a joint program of Alternatives and Eva Nepal. It is a scholarship, training and guidance counseling program for Nepalese youth from uneducated communities. GL fellows receive certain scholarship facilities for intermediate level education. Additionally they receive weekly training on career development, technology, entrepreneurship, journalism and language, get mentorship and guidance counseling. The ultimate focus of GLFP is to develop youth and professional skills for employment and motivated youth towards enterprise creation.
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