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To promote Nepalese culture and values.
To advocate for human rights, freedom and peace.
To serve fellow human beings.

Prahlad & Bindu Pant Scholarship Award



Prahlad & Bindu Pant Scholarship Award

Awarded on the basis of student’s financial needs 

Managed by

Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA)

Please click here to download Application

  1. An annual $2,000 (Two Thousand US Dollars) scholarship award has been established by Dr. Prahlad and Bindu Pant. This award is managed and coordinated by Nepalese Association in Southeast America (NASeA).
  2. This scholarship is awarded annually to one student on the basis of the financial needs of the student and not on the basis of merit.
  3. The scholarship award is open to any student of Nepali origin (one or both parents from Nepal) residing in the United States, who is a US high school graduate and has been admitted as a full-time student to a US college or university.
  4. The selection process involves completing the application form together with all the documents (listed in no. 15 in page 3 of this application form) and the verification of the total annual income of the student and/or the student’s parents.
  5. NASeA Academic and Professional committee will make the selection on the basis of the financial needs of the applicant, and its decision will be final.
  6. Application forms are due by the second Saturday of every August. For this year, the application deadline is Saturday, August 9, 2014. Please complete the application form in the next page and submit documents mentioned in no. 15 of page 3 and send it to Academic and Professional Committee chair at by August 9, 2014.
  7. The decision on the winner and a runner-up of the award is made by the fourth Saturday of every August. For 2014, the selection is made by Saturday, August 23, 2014 or at the earliest possible date thereafter.
  8. The award is given out to the winner at the NASeA ANMA Convention in Denver, Colorado during the cultural program. The student must be present at the convention to receive the award. Visit convention website for more information about the convention. If the winner fails to show up at the convention, the award will be given to the runner-up if he/she is present.
  9. For questions or information, please contact

    Application deadline August 9, 2014

Monthly Talk Session: Mr. Khagendra GC, President of NRN NCC of USA

The Public Relations Committee of  Nepalese Association in Southeast America(NASeA)

Extends a cordial invitation to the Monthly Talk Session with

Khagendra GC Jee
President of NRN NCC of USA

Sunday, July 27, 2014

11:00 Eastern Standard Time
Conference Call (712) 432-0385 / Code: 139004#

The theme of this month’s talk session is:  The Future of the NRN NCC of USA!
Reaching out to wider spectrum and making NRN more effective!

Khagendra Gharty Chhetry Jee is recently elected as the President of NRN NCC of USA. He secured resounding majority votes in the first ever election in NRN. He is one of the most accomplished Nepali among Nepalese Diaspora. He will share his vision and goals to strengthen the NRN movement in the USA. Chhetry Jee is the first Nepalese to be admitted to practice law in the United States. He also practiced law in the Supreme Court of Nepal. His rich and diverse resume (given below) reflects his significant achievements in life and his contribution to the societies both in Nepal and in the USA. Let us welcome and hear him.

Moderator: Dr. Nar Kaji Gurung, Associate Professor

Please register

ANMA – NASeA Joint convention 2014
Denver Colorado
August 29-31, 2014

ANMA – NASeA Joint convention is only few months away.
Please register today by visiting the following URL

For event Registration

For hotel Registration

Crowne Plaza Denver International Airport
15500 E. 40th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80239

Nepali Temple in Atlanta

Dear all,
I am pleased to invite you to a meeting of the proposed Nepali Temple in Atlanta:
Date and Time: July 13, 2014; 11:00AM
Venue: Haveli Restaurant
Address: 490 Franklin Rd SE, Marietta, GA 30067
(The World Cup Final game begins at 4:00PM on this day. Therefore, we have scheduled this meeting in the morning hours).
By a secret ballot during the June 8th 2014 meeting at Himalayan Spice Restaurant, we have received a mandate to start a Nepali Temple in a rental space. A tentative agenda for the meeting is as follows:
(1) Registration of the Nepali temple with the Georgia Secretary of State
(2) By-laws preparations
(3) Application for tax-exempt 501(c)3 certificate from the IRS
(4) Finding a rental space at a convenient location
(5) Murti order to Nepal
(6) Priest search
Please let me know if you would like to include any other  items in the agenda.
I look forward to seeing you at the meeting.
Thank you.
Prahlad Pant
Cell: 513-226-6009