KATHMANDU: A total of five teams that collected the most trash during Kathmandu Trash Collection Race 2022 were announced winners and given a cash prize of Rs 10,000 each along with medal.
More than 400 youths ran a 4-kilometre long route of Hattisar-Ratopul-Setopul-Dillibazar-Putalisadak and collected over 1000 kg of garbage. In an attempt to create awareness about reducing pollution, Maina Devi Foundation organised Kathmandu Trash Collection Race 2022 last Saturday. To support this noble cause, Kumari Job joined hands with Maina Devi Foundation as a career partner.
The winners were Ramchandra Kumal and Bibek Pokhrel from team ‘Coffee’, Lakshman Giri and Bishwaamitra Tharu from team ‘Imperial Boys’, Prem Prakash Khadka and Jashwin Bhaat from team ‘Khawat’. Likewise, Sabin Rai and Nima Rumba from team P’eaceful Dove’ and Vinod Jethaara and Shankar Rokaya from team ‘The Revolution’ were announced winners.
Along with this, there were other fun activities that were held by Kumari Job. The winners will be announced on Kumari Job’s social media page and winners will get an exciting gift hamper from Kumari Job.
Speaking at the event, Sandesh Bhandari, Managing Director of Kumari Job said, “I am enthralled to see the active participation of youths in this kind of social activity. Kumari Job is always committed to helping the youths to find the right employment opportunities.”
Well-known personalities from the different fields like cricketer Paras Khadka, former AIG Sarvendra Khanal, recent mayoral candidate of Kathmandu Balendra Shah aka Balen Shah, Singer Rekha Joshi, stand-up comedian Himesh Panta, journalist Rajendra Baniya and Cartoonz Crew member had attended the event.
Kumari Job is the human resource consulting firm providing one-stop HR services along with the no 1 job portal in Nepal with a mission to simplify the overall process of job search by creating a platform where professionals are able to stand out in the crowd.
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