Guest Session: Mr. Niraj KC, Game Theory

Mr. Niraj KC, Coordinator of Nepal Economic Forum (NEF), shared his ideas on “Game Theory”. He addressed basically on a major section of Game Theory within Economics as #DominatedStrategy #MixedStrategy #PureStrategy #FairGame #SaddlePoint #PayoffMatrix #NashEquilibrium#Economics #Diplomacy #MilitaryStrategy #ZeroSumGame

The session was scheduled on May 19, 2019, from 8 AM within Global College Premises.

 

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Guest Session: Mr. Saurav Karanjit, Contemporary Mgmt Issues

“Keeping the knowledge regarding juncture can transform it from a door to success. Remember: hidden issues can kill your project- Mr. Saurav Karanjeet.”
Mr. Saurav Karanjeet, senior brand manager of Clear Spirits at Jawalakel Group of Industries gave a guest lecture on Contemporary Management issues and challenges in Nepalese Context. He focuses on real-world examples and shared his experiences regarding issues and challenges.

The session was scheduled on May 8, from 8 AM within Global College

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Guest Session: Manoj Kumar Gyawali, CEO, Jyoti Bikash Bank, Nepal, Accounting Practices

Mr. Manoj Kumar Gyawali, CEO of Jyoti Bikash Bank, provided valuable insights on the Accounting Practices in Nepalese organizations. He highlighted the issues and guidelines for accounting in the Nepalese context. Furthermore, he motivated students by sharing his experiences.

The session was scheduled on May 2, 2019, Thursday within Global College Premises.

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Training on Airlines Ticketing from Friday (March 15)

BTTM Program Office, GCI, is going to conduct training on Airlines Ticketing from Friday (March 15). The training will be supported by Simsime Institute of Management – SIM, Nagpokhari, Kathmandu.

Students of BTTM Program studying in 1st Semester are going to attend the training session.

Here are a few more details:
Time: 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Venue: Computer Lab, GCI Block

Roopesh Shrestha with the wonderful experience of sharing Learning and Development in the Global arena with global minds

The Recipients of 101 Top Global Training & Development Minds on World HRD & Training congress held on 15 to 17th Feb 2019 in Taj Lands’ End Hotel Mumbai in the presence of more than 2000 delegates from more than 60 countries and one for the prestigious award in whole Asia organized and managed by CHRO Asia- Confederation of Human Resources organizations.

The event was live aired on ET Now in India. This award was nominated among the various candidates applied for the nominations under their qualifications and experience in the field of Hospitality and Training sectors. Roopesh Shrestha (Cluster Director Learning & Development at Marriott Hotels, Nepal, cum Consultant Director at Global College International-GCI, Mid-Baneshwor, Kathmandu, Nepal) was one of the Invitees among the list of candidates and also is an honor to be in panelist discussion to talk about the recent development and changes in the world of HR and Trainings within the organizations and in the world around along with the esteemed team of experts in the field of Trainings from various field.

Blood Donation 2018

“Blood Donation Will Cost You Nothing But It Will Save A Life!” “If You’re A Blood Donor, You’re A Hero To Someone, Somewhere, Who Received Your Gracious Gift Of Life.” “A Life May Depend On A Gesture From You, A Bottle Of Blood.”

The most awaited philanthropic task “Blood Donation Program 2075” of the year has been successfully concluded at UGSS/GCI. More than 150 donors donated blood which will ultimately save the lives of more than 600 patients. We owe our gratitude to all our loving students, blood donors and Nobel Blood Transfusion Center for their technical support. Last but not the least we owe heartiest thanks to all the social club members for entire management.