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People who left Nepal , what was the thing that made you finally decide to leave?
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Did all i could as a student grinding 12 hrs in school, +2 and university and then getting an offer of 16000 rs salary as an engineer. That was the nail in the coffin.
Not having generational wealth. No scope to climb up the career ladder. Started learning and reading more stuff about how politics work in Nepal during Covid and seeing no hope of change in the system at least in my lifetime.
I came back briefly after years abroad but then saw the lack of accountability in most things, general apathy, pollution in ktm, lack of green space, corruption,family moved on mentally, same momo achar everywhere lol..So i bid farewell
Worked 46 hrs per week as a nurse and barely got 18k plus wasn’t safe to work in emergency ( kutpit, todfod , dhamki happened every other day )
The fact that you can earn 10 times higher working part-time than working full-time in Nepal.
Completed BHM back in 2014 and went to Platinum Hotel to drop off my CV for a fcking waiter job and the guy at the front desk just laughed at me. Decided to move to Australia and haven’t regretted a single thing since then.
Studied bachelor’s investing lots of time and money only to find out that the highest I am gonna be paid is 16k per month and that was it for me. Nepal is a shithole in terms of economy, policy and social mentality. Had to leave the toxic country sooner or later. The only thing I experienced in Nepal was poverty and depression. Glad I made the right decision leaving Nepal and which has been life changing for me.
after+2 did some work plus study in Kathmandu, family financial burden, then went arab at the age of 24, now after nine years of grinding, sick and tired here with arab, finally leaving for Canada on work visa…next level of struggling awaits me there but still I think it’s for the betterment of coming days…I wish I could find one good reason to stay in Nepal…
If i had stayed in Nepal, I wouldn’t inherit anything else except more loan and tension 💀
No family wealth to inherit. I scored 83% in 12th, studied hard and got into IOE. Was very excited at first. Slowly that excitement went away. It was all about grades or trying to just pass if you ask my seniors, because everybody fails. Well at least half of all students.
One day, when I asked about semiconductors outside of classes, a teacher literally said—and this is verbatim—“bhaat pakauna aaudaina hola k seminconductor eta uta kura garya?”. I think I pulled the plug then.
Studied for the SATs, scored good marks, got into a bunch of American universities, and picked a top school based in the Middle East. Now my salary is a little above $80,000 USD per year and no taxes. That’s not counting any bonuses, professional development funds, etc. so yeah pretty good choice to come here I’d say.
Lack of accountability in everything lead by the government, can’t sustain in Nepal without generational wealth or “connections”.
With owner meddling and dictating even smallest of terms & wanting me to write an apology letter to chairman for acting in accordance to prevailing laws of Nepal just to satisfy the maniac’s ego! **And I am talking about one of the reputed business houses in Nepal whose owner stresses in public forum how much taxes they pay and how ethical and socially responsible they are!**
Took it as a chance to hold my head high and instead resign, rather a diplomatic move as my application was in the verge of finalisation.
Immediately got a job offer outside kathmandu but decided not to work anymore but spend time with my wife and family instead. Regret I did not take my time off after marriage and my wife hates me for that. We had some awesome time together before leaving Nepal.
Was able to get scholarship to US for bachelor’s which was cheaper than paying for engineering in Nepal or India. Always wanted to go to US for better opportunities due to watching lots of Hollywood movies and believing in the American dream. i think I made the right choice when all of my friends are either trying to move abroad or living off of their parents money.
Got bored roaming around and spending dads money. Had a girlfriend in UK back then. I wanted to go there but parents asked me to apply Aus as my sister is here. Visa were pretty tough back in 2011 and even consultant told my dad ‘ you are wasting your money, no one is getting visa’. My parents convinced me to apply and said i can go UK if visa gets rejected. I was pretty confident that it will get rejected but what can you say. Lifes a B*tch!! Visa lagdiyo. My girlfriend finished her studies and went back. I hated it back then but now when i see back. Lifes pretty Awesome 😎
Worked in government hospitals, felt I was exploited. Worked in private hospitals, felt people were exploited. Changing the system was an uphill battle I didn’t want to pick. With the health system (or lack of a system) in Nepal, made me realize either I should sacrifice all my happiness or be unethical and exploit the system or people to earn enough for a decent lifestyle. I am glad I left in time looking at the current situation.
Actually I wanted independence from my family. I’ve always wanted to do things on my own, budget, earn, eat sleep, go out and come home on my own time. But living with my parents meant I was constantly under their supervision, was quite stressful. I’ve truly believed that making mistakes is a really great way to learn life lessons. Living with parents, it’s hard to make any mistakes. My first few years, I went clubbing, stayed out late, drank, didn’t save much money, and tried out many many things. But overtime, thankfully I left those behind.
So I left the first opportunity I saw. But deep down I believed I will come back after experiencing the world outside. But each time I came back, it’s always a struggle, and that too with the basic necessities.
People say that I should fight and be active to make a difference. I do think there are people who love to fight to make a change, but I’m not in that camp. I want to live a simple life, work, eat, sleep, go out to the nature. Having experienced this abroad, I didn’t want to worry about polluted air, crazy population, political issues, etc etc back home. So I’m now settled somewhere where life is relatively easy.
I am studying in class 12 right now and i am desperate to leave nepal and the biggest reason is my father was in Qatar and was earning 2.5 lakh per month and when i was class 6 he came back and he wanted to do smth in nepal but failed miserably we went through so much and after 10 class he went to Kuwait as a normal labour earning 5ok seeing him fail so miserably made me hate this country and now i am desperate to get out of this country asap.
Everything apart: you won’t be served justice, for little things, you have to go to media, proving people’s trust towards any government entity is zero. And every law is made in such a way that it promotes criminal, regal case nai hernu plus people should be afraid of doing unlawful things, but every city has a big house involved in criminal activities.
…Nirmala panta case>…when raw materials import cost more than bringing the finished product (pad and diaper kanda related to deuba chora who imports it)….if you have people in power it the best country to show dictatorship; otherwise, for the average citizen, it’s a hell of a country to live in. The only thing to be proud of in this country is just history: that is overflexed by people; I hope the British have colonized us.
Financial situation , I had lost my parents savings in stocks so when they ask for money I applied for aboard studies . So, yeah its a little sad story
my parents moved so I moved along.
Rs 20000 salary after completing BE
Nothing actually, it was a sudden decision, I’ll be back though.
Nirmala Panta’s murder remaining a mystery after 1 year of the incident, in 2019, made me give my GRE exams. Prithvi Malla getting a bail for 5 lakhs and roaming free made me apply to universities.
Crime does exist everywhere in the world and there’s no guarantee the victims or bereaved family will get justice if the incidents happened anywhere else in the world. But I’d like to leave significant amount of money to my dependents in case of a mishap to me. There’s not much likelihood of earning or saving that money if I stayed in Nepal.
48 hours a week, accommodation & food, $2.5K Monthly.
Same story as most of us. Not from Kathmandu. Was working at Nepal’s best banks in 2004-07 time-line. Salary of 25K at that time was not enough to buy a house. Rent was expensive and being a 23 year old bachelor meant eating and drinking out all the time. No savings to buy even a computer. Took a chance with US Student Visa.
Spent 12 years on education and 5 years doing CA only to earn about 18 lpa then I received offer from abroad for 120lpa paying me 7 times more and valuing my profession more and also I could save 5 times more money even tho my expenses were triple the amount in Nepal.
(I am still in Nepal and planning to leave now after an incident that took place recently in my office.)
I was working as an Incharge in a reputed bank and the bossy manager was basically a shit person and one day there was a scuffle between us outside work and next thing he does is place charges on me in local Apo for assault and sends a mail to HR dept. and other heads in mgmt. regarding the incident with vile false and deceiving accusations, which the management believed. And i received a suspension letter and was Forced to resign. No one was in my favor even after my justification letter telling the whole incident.
So that’s it for me. No more living in this country. I am done now.
Looking forward to move somewhere abroad and start a new life.
I once saw a news where a high ranking officer killed his wife and was given a life sentence but after few months he got released from jail and when he was out he was acting as if he is a movie star people putting garlands on him and he waiving for the cameras as he drove in a luxury car , I was already abroad when I saw that but I was sure that I will return after I earn some money but that really changed everything for me , I mean if someone can get released from jail even after been proven guilty and given a life sentence than no one in safe in Nepal.And also what about the public? Treating a muderrer like a hero. I felt like its not a place where I would want to have kinds and raise them.So for now I am feeling like I am going to stay in the UK for the foreseeable future I even have my wife here now and we are happy.
Family moved to UK when I was teen now I have moved back to Nepal 3 yrs ago working as a farmer now in Nepal. Nepal government policy is just shit.
Nothing . After +2 as all suggest to leave . I left . Not so comfy to be satisfied ,not that much hard to be disappointed. Running averagely with bit of grinding . Thats it
Was doing MBBS entrance preparation. The absolute lack of benefits for studying upwards of 10 hard years is shit. I didn’t want to wasted my 20s and early 30s reading books.
I suffer in my own terms. So at least I get the result that I want
We need to kill top 3 leaders .
Probably still holding my horses lol but yeah I still get anxious at times and plenty of 3AM thoughts. I wanted to contribute something to this country. But it’s getting difficult now.
The main part, honestly bhanda, it’s the validation of incompetence in our country that shatters me the most. No one is fuckn responsible or accountable. Ani when these cunning folks are you competition, you see how much of their andhabhaktas lick their asses.
People should be revolting, complaining and fuckn holding these designated folks accountable. The federation I have to work with, tesma only last month, my one foreign client had to wait for one entire month to work in another country. Just because the guy approving his application was on a ‘leave’ with no one else to continue the operations or fulfill his roles.
Like Mero foreign client and his new employers were pissed. Been more than a fortnight of working days ani still no response from Nepal. Eta federation ko office jada, staff are chill and like “sir bahira leave ma hununcha, waha aaye ra sifaris garepachi matrai kaam agadi badcha”.
I complained Tara even the president and general secretary of this federation were on leave and in the same place as this the guy. Like how can they get away k? Playing with someone else’s life and fuckin acting like baalai chaina.
I complained Mero Aru chineko relevant connections ani you know what they said “Chod yr, Nepal estai ho”.
This validation is what makes me hopeless. Hami Nepali haru nature bata nai kind ra tolerant chau, that is why we never grow.
Opportunity and Exposure my friend.
Job garna jau Ali ramro thau ma source force yeta uta link haru chaincha, ramro connection vako skills navako ne chaliracha, ramro connection navako ko skill vaye ne berojgar basnu parya cha. Salary 40/50k enough? Ailey situation herda malai chai lagena, aba sabai chij ma adjustment garchau afulai birisinchau vaney tw ok, aba tmlai kunai field ma ramro garnu cha vaney resources haru ne chaina, Ra kehi ramro garyou vaney ne Tes anusar ko Kadar Ra Paisa chaina. Yeso System Ra politics herchau vaney tw dikdar lagcha, yetikai 20/22 barsa schooling Ra campus ma gayo 3hr ko exam ko lagi prepare Garda Garda, aba ko Baki jindagi desh desh vanera basiyo vaney sesh vaincha, baru bahira gayo bhada nai majera baseka haru ne kamti ma facilities Ra exposure paincha graduation pachi vanera janchan. Most of the bahira Janey haru ko problem vaneko, dad momko umer dhalkidai cha take care garney manchey chaincha tei ho, natra yahako normal engineer Vanda tyahako vada majney ko lifestyle farak huncha.
Was earning good amount back home but had to let it go to follow love.
I subject I wanna study wasn’t available in Nepal
I always wanted to be fiercely independent, and for that I needed dolla dolla bills💸. I knew I would have to struggle but I was fine with it. Plus there wasn’t much in Nepal holding me back.
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