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Self Care for balanced mental health during COVID 19

There is a popular phrase which will sound painful at happy times whereas this phase seems very comforting in difficult times. The phrase is “This too shall pass.” Keep reminding yourself, “This too shall pass.” The COVID-19 pandemic has brought many changes to how you live your life and with it uncertainty and social isolation. […]

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Tips and Insights into online classes

What can make you a Successful Online Student? Tips and Insights into online classes Online learning is for flexibility and convenience. The world at present lockdown has already considered online classes at all convenient locations. You need to make sure you’re ready to succeed in online learning. Online learning can sound so wonderful that some […]

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From the first batch members of Book Club to the new members

“That’s the thing about books. They let you travel without moving your feet.” – Jhumpa Lahiri A group of any number or size establishes a space for individuals with different, contrasting personalities and perspectives to come together for bonding, sharing experiences and developing a sense of belonging. The group becomes a comfortable space for expressing […]

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United Academy’s fundraiser donated Rs 50,000 to HIV/AIDS care centre

On the occasion of World Aids Day, the students of United Academy organised week-long fundraising event–from December 1 to 6–to help the victims of HIV/AIDS. The fundraising event included a bake sale, handicrafts sale, artwork sale and an aids awareness play. A hefty amount of Rs.50,000 was successfully raised which was later donated to Karuna […]

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Consumption of Raw and Cooked Noodles: Which one is relatively better for health?

Instant noodles, whether consumed raw or cooked has grown to become one of the staple foods in most Asian countries and the instant food culture continues to penetrate globally. The rise of instant food, specifically instant noodles has been greatly complemented by the advances in Research and Development in food culture, changing lifestyles, convenience for […]

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Welcome program 2076

United Academy welcomed a new batch of students earlier this year and held a welcome program for them on 19th October at Nepal Academy Hall. The event was attended by students of grade 11 and 12, teachers and United’s staff. In the program, students from grade 12 showcased their performances and conducted the informal part […]

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Highschool 101

It’s totally normal to be anxious and nervous, after all, it’s your first year as a high schooler. New subjects, new friends, new teachers, and a new environment is more than enough to make you jittery. Many of you must have settled in your new environment, highschool, mingling with new friends and teachers. If you haven’t […]

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Health is wealth

Health, as defined by the World Health Organization (WHO), is “a state of complete physical, mental and social well- being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” However, this definition has been a subject to controversy, as it may have limited value for implementation. Health may be defined as the ability to adapt […]

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Welcome to biology lab!

Biology Lab in United

Sited adjacent to the main building lies the biology lab of the Academy. Over 300 zoology specimen and around 200 botany specimen–live and preserved–are neatly stacked in the racks of the laboratory. The lab is well equipped with charts, microscope, projector, overhead projector and other tools to aid the learning experience of the students. The […]

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Group sessions for girls of UA

General group counselling sessions for girls of United Academy Hostel is being conducted by the Academy’s counselor, Ms Kusuma Rayamajhi. Each weekly session of 1 and half hour has 10 participants. In the sessions Ms. Rayamajhi focuses on the student’s hostel life, their studies and stress management as a high schooler. The main motive of […]

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