It was your wise decision to land up on this page because we are in a mission of training 10,000 Nepalese youth on various skills by 2020. that is needed for their career growth but they lack, and it should be a great opportunity for you to be part of our mission.
Intellectual Theater is a sister wing of Kaagmandu Magazine, that deals with events and workshops. Realizing that most of educated Nepalese lack basic skills and only few options available for them, we came up with an idea of organizing workshops on various skills of broad range, at a very affordable pricing at just Rs. 2000 (i.e. 20 dollars).
What skills do we provide
For now, we are conducting workshops on following skills:
- Video editing
- Doing business
- Public speaking
- Digital Marketing.
You can, however, show your interest on some other skill that you want to acquire and we can come up with your desired workshop.
What about Timing
We conduct workshop in three different timings:
You can opt for the timing that’s suitable for you.
What about location
Workshop happens at our office space itself, which is located at Prayag Marg, New Baneshwor.
Duration of workshop
Most of our workshops are of 6-day long workshop.
How much is the Fee
Most of our workshops are in very reasonable pricing, that is NRS 2000 per workshop for 6-day long.
Can I Sponsor for others
Sure. That will be great. Your small contributions can make a difference by helping Nepalese youth gain the skills.
How do I start
It’s very simple. Just fill up the form HERE. Once we receive your application, we will contact you, and you are all set to go.
If you have any other question, feel free to call us at 9841493770 or email your queries to [email protected]
Deal of The Day, a new segment on Kmag
A segment on page to combat the inflation
Starting from this New Year 2020, Kmag is coming up with a bit strange but fascinating segment, that we believe will be fun and useful to our followers. It will be known as “DEAL OF THE DAY.”
What is it?
Deal of the day is a section on Kmag page, every evening at 6 P.M., where we put a product for sale at a dirt price, or at least much lower than the market price.
Why you doing it?
To combat the inflation. Plain and simple. Nepal is a kind of market where lots of agents involved in a supply-chain, making everything costly and through this segment, we want to somehow help people to get product or service at a discounted price.
Where will you get the product/service from, to sell at dirt price? Why anyone will give you their product or service at dirt price. first of all?
Good question. Business is quite a tricky world. Business are not always to sell their products at profit. Sometimes, they sell bearing loss to acquire customers. Sometimes, they sell at dirt price to clear stocks. Sometimes, they sell at dirt price as part of their marketing strategy. Basically, in Deal of the Day, we will be selling the products/services that are offered at discounted price by our partners.
What KMag will get for doing this?
- We get to make our followers happy.
- Happiness in disrupting markets.
- Happiness in combating the inflation.
- Business opportunity by creating a platform for entrepreneurs interested to launch their products or clear their stocks.
Okay, let me ask this way. Suppose, you featured Horlicks at Rs. 100, whereas market price is Rs. 250, then for sure you will get hundreds of order, are you going to sell Horlicks to everyone for Rs. 100?
Good question. We will have our stocks. Let’s say
ON STOCK: 10.
That means 10 Horlicks available for Rs. 100. Once the stock is over, nothing can be done. So in a way, it’s a FLASH SALE.
Okay, so what if you get 100 of orders? How do you decide who to get the offer?
We can give only to 10, so preference will be for those with Reader’s Card, or first-payment-first-service.
That depends on our business partners throwing the offer.
Deal of the day is a section on our page and website where we will be offering a product or service everyday at a dirt price, (or much lower than market price) for our followers, though there will be a stock-limit, so preference will be given to Reader’s Card holders or first-payment-first-service. This section is introduced to add some fun in our followers’ everyday life, apart from combating the growing inflation.
To learn how it works for real, follow us the segment in our page, EVERY EVENING 6 P.M. (Nepal Time)
Kmag SCAN AND PAY: All you need to know
Scan and pay, Fonepay, is a payment method for anyone who would like to make an online payment for the purchase made through us or want to contribute for our works. It is powered by Esewa.
For now, this option is available only for those who already have Esewa app or any mobile banking app from Nepal ( for International user, Union Pay will work).
How to make the payment through the QR Code in your website?
STEP 1: Open the browser in a desktop or in somebody’s mobile phone.
STEP 2: Open your Esewa app or mobile banking app, where you can see Scan & Pay option, or just right swipe to activate the scanner.
STEP 3: Scan the QR code in the browser, as the code is detected as Kaagmedia, insert the amount, fill the detail with your name or purpose of payment, and submit. TADA!!
That’s it. Just in 3 steps, payment is made.
How Kmag will know about the payment?
We get a SMS immediately as soon as the payment is made, along with your phone number and the detail and thus we get to know who made the payment. Moreover, our team may call you to confirm and proceed your order further.
What if payment process goes wrong?
There is always a way to settle. No worries.
Can I call Kmag to inquire about the payment, like just to confirm ?
Sure. Anytime in our number 9841493770 or by mailing us at [email protected]
Kmag Reader’s Card: All you need to know
Kmag has recently introduced Reader’s Card for its community. This article tells you what it is all about and why you should get one.
Through our years’ of dedication and perseverance, we have managed to bring together like-minded people with shared values, shared hunger for knowledge, and shared goal of becoming better everyday. These very same people are also the reason behind our mission of “uniting and connecting progressive minds.” It has been great years so far with these amazing and beautiful minds and souls, exchanging knowledge, sharing infos, discussing and debating and sometimes fighting together against common threats.
Now, we felt it’s time to get more real, by getting an inch closer outside the virtual world. THUS, THE READER’S CARD WAS BORN.
What is Reader’s Card?
Reader’s Card is a card issued by Kmag for its followers, who Kmag deems as someone with shared values, shared interest, and shared hunger for knowledge and desires to get better everyday. The card serves the following purposes:
It’s a subscription card:
Reader’s Card holder will get regular newsletter from us on interesting news, knowledge and infos that should matter to them. The card holder will also get e-magazine that we are launching soon exclusively only for Reader’s Card holders. Apart from all that, card holders can have access to our libraries to lend books and papers from our collections. In short, Reader’s Card will serve and fulfill your reading appetite at best it could.
It’s a discount card:
Reader’s Card will also act as discount card on every event and workshop we conduct, and all products and services we sale. Not only that but it will also act as a discount card for any purchase made from our partners.
It’s a privilege card:
As said above, holding the Reader’s Card means the card holder has been deemed worthy by us, and that makes the holder naturally a privileged one. Being privileged means, you are the first to be notified, first to be served; you are to be taken care with utmost diligence in all aspects of our business and activities. Also, owning the card gives you an access to our community of privileged ones that you can explore for your personal and professional development.
It’s a prepaid card:
You can use the card as a wallet where you have certain balance in case of emergency that you can use against any transaction or business within our business networks.
Why are we doing this?
As said above, it’s to connect and bring like-minded people together and serve their intellectual needs along with other needs that we can from our side and eventually build a community where together we can grow, thrive, and prosper like one big family, not just for few years but many decades from now.
Other than that:
Proof of Trust
Anyone can fool any body on Internet, but not so when has voluntarily given personal infos, shown a desire to be part of the community; pays for the card and receives the card at provided address. Our ultimate goal is to create a community where everyone can trust everybody. Reader’s Card is the practical path towards that.
We have been taking different approaches to raise funds to support our content development projects along with webs and app development which are to eventually take us closer to our missions. We believe sales of Reader’s Card and transaction thereafter will add some bricks onto it.
Why should you buy this card
- Because you love Kmag and you are proud to associate with.
- Because you want to support Kmag in achieving its vision and missions.
- Because you enjoy receiving informative and educational contents every now and then to develop and grow yourself intellectually.
- Because you like to be part of a community that contains people of your type and taste.
- Because it’s fun to feel special with discounts and special offers.
NRS 500 only (Five Hundred Nepalese Rupees).
I want to buy one. How to get it?
Just show your interest by filling up the form AVAILABLE HERE. We will review your application and if deemed deserving, you will get a call from us to proceed further. So, just CLICK HERE and fill up the form.
Thank you for your time. If you have any question or inquiry, comment below or write us at [email protected]
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