Bipin was born in Nepal in 1995. His mother passed away when he was 6 years old, as his father remarried, for several years he was living with his older sister. Because of financial constraints, after completing 8th grade he took 2 years long break in education. Then he completed 10th grade, as well as a basic computer course. After this he started to work as a supervisor in a construction company overseeing job of all of team members. He was one of these young Nepalese struggling with financial problems, and difficulty to find a good job in his country. He ended abroad hoping that this would improve the quality of their life. For 2 years he was working in Goa (India) as a waiter at a beach shack. It appeared to be an illusion though, so he decided to go back to Nepal and involve in a project that would open new opportunities for Nepali youth. This was the reason why in 2017 he joined the Global Network for Sustainable Development.
Since he become the member of the Nepali GNSD Team, he has been involved in the development of the Sister Schools Project. In this capacity, he created the first sister school partnership between the Shree Siddihi Ganesh Primary Scool in Dang (Nepal), and Catholic Public High School in Rawa Mazowiecka (Poland).
Invited by Polish partners he went to Poland and met with the teachers and students at Saint John Paul II Catholic Primary School in Rawa Mazowieecka. He had a presentation at the SWPS University in Katowice, as well as at several schools in Warsaw. One of the results of his visit to Poland was the plan of a conference for teachers, that hopefully will be organized after the end of pandemic. In Poland, he also participated at the event organized by the Institute of Psychology at the Cardinal Wyszyński University in Warsaw and the Association of Polish Journalists. He also participated in the well-known and respected TV program “Ocaleni” (The Survives) on the Polish Public Television.
On the way back from Poland, Bipin met with the members of Sister Schools Project in Paris. He also visited Singapore, where he met with the director of the Head Foundation. In 2018 he participated at the Global Youth Peace Conference 2018 in Kathmandu (Nepal), and in 2019 at the International Conference on Sustainable Development at Pokhara University (Nepal). In collaboration with Polish partners he is continuing work on the Sister Schools Project.