Miss Ecollege 2011 is Dikshya Shrestha

Miss Ecollege 2011 was held on Friday (April 8, 2011) in Rastriya Naachghar, Jamal, Kathmandu. In the event, 18 contestants participated to claim the title of the year 2011. The girls, 16 years to 24 years olds, represented 18 different colleges of Kathmandu.

The title was awarded to Dikshya Shrestha. The first runner-up was Alina Mulmi and the second runner-up title was awarded to Namita Gurung.

Dikshya, along with the crown received a scooter (cash equivalent of Rs. 151,000) and scholarship in bachelor level. First runner-up received a laptop, mobile set, and two-years long scholarship in bache
lor level. The second runner-up received a mobile set, and one-year long scholarship in bachelor level.

In the competition, Rama Shrestha received Best Dress title, Amrita Moktan received the title of Best Hari, Pooja Gurung won Miss Photogenic title, Dolma Sherpa had the "Best Smile" and Manisha Basnet was liked by the viewers and got Viewers’ Choice award. Other title winners were: Sujata KC, Miss Best Walk; Julia Aryal, Miss Discipline; Nirmala Maharjan, Miss Personality; Asmita Basnet, Miss Best Figure, and Gita Pradhan, Miss Popular.

Miss Ecollege 2010 – Saloni crowned the title

First Miss Ecollege organized by Season Media was held in Kathamdu on Friday. In the event Saloni Nhemafukhi of has won the Miss Ecollege title along with Miss Discipline title. Among the 29 participants, Sonia Shrestha of Campion College was the first runner-up and the Best Dressed and Namita Acharya of St. Xavier College was the second runner-up and also the Miss Popularity.

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Miss Ecollege Talent Show 2010 on July 9

Season Media is going to organize Miss Ecollege 2010 Talent Show on Ashad 25, 2067 (July 9, 2010) in Kathmandu. The event will be held at the Nepal Tourism Board auditorium in Bhrikuti Mandap, Kathmandu.

The talent show is organized to include Plus two and Intermediate level students from various colleges in Nepal. There will be a participation of 30 girls from all over Nepal.

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