Annual Faculty cum Staff Workshop 2019

GCI conducted “Annual Faculty cum Staff Workshop” at Gokarna Forest Resort on Friday, May 31, 2019.
 
Dr. Karan Thagunna, the Principal, welcomed all members of GCI sharing the overview of the workshop.
 
The valuable presence of Dr. Khagendra Ojha, College Chairman, made this workshop more fruitful, where he shared the organizational structure of GCI. His speech was more on the duties and responsibilities, one should have being a member of GCI.
 
The session continued with the presentation from the respective Program Office of GCI: Mr. Surendra Joshi, Coordinator, A-Level, Mr. Gajendra Shah, Senior Program Officer, BBA, Mr. Satish Mishra, Coordinator, BHM and Mr. Sushant Marasini, Coordinator, BTTM. Here the Coordinators and Officers presented the report based on the admission process, activities, examinations, including the introduction of Faculty Members.
 
Mr. Samir Sharma, Program Director, pointed out four major part of GCI as Nepal Village Development Program, Business Fiesta Industrial Tours and Visit and College Corporate Interface during his presentation followed by the overview of Academic and Operational Calendar. His presentation also included the details on the MBA / MBA-Evening. Dr. Dev Raj Paneru, Program Director, coined some important aspects of admissions along with its plans and procedures.
 
After Lunch, Mr. Padam Pandey, Senior Administrative Officer, assured his administrative support to be provided to all the Program Offices. He also introduced the members of the administration, available at GCI along with the work function.
 
The workshop was concluded with the final hearing from Dr. Karan Thagunna, Principal, where he shared the information mentioned in the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for GCI members. Dr. Thagunna encouraged the members of GCI with his positive vibes in making GCI stand using the principal E2O as Efficiency, Effort, and Output.
 
IT Officers supported the workshop by providing complete media coverage with multimedia and projection.
 
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