Mr. Govinda Narshing KC: Day 2, Session 2

Mr. Govinda Narshing KC first Nepali Executive Chef in the country to receive “Gorkha Dakshin Bahu” (Highest Civilian Award) in Nepal from former King Ganendra Shah in 2005 A.D. not only excelled at his job but also motivating youths of Nation to purse there career in BHM and BTTM sharing his experience from his career, the difficulties he faced the honor’s he received and lot more was a great listening to his words and stories.
 
Just an hour with him was not enough for the students because the experience and contribution made by him to the industry can never be expressed in words and such a short period of time.
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Ms. Sugarika KC (Miss Nepal 2005): Day 2, Session 1

Ms. Sugarika KC (Miss Nepal 2005) sharing secrets of a good personality and how carrying yourself well, plays a major role in hospitality industry and today’s globalizing world. She also emphasized on how important it is for women to be independent and career oriented, especially in male dominated society. Her journey of life and career is a perfect example to prove that failure is never permanent and there is always a room for improvement in life which will make people a better communicator, more confident, a better competitor in market and basically a better human being.
 
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Mr. Sixit Bhatta, Co-Founder/CEO, Tootle: Day 2 Session 2: “Entrepreneurship and its Challenges”

“Selling is not a pushy, winner-takes-all, macho act. It is an empathy-led, process-driven, and knowledge-intensive discipline. Because, in the end, people buy from people.” – Subroto Bagchi, Co-founder of Mindtree
 
Starting your business is like planting a sapling. First, you have to invest your time and money. Then, you must take care of it while expecting nothing in return. But when your startup blossoms, it makes all the patience and hard work worthwhile. Mr. Sixit Bhatta, Co-Founder/CEO of Tootle, as a Facilitator, explains how a person can be a successful entrepreneur. Through his own story, from his childhood to Tootle, Mr. Bhatta, interacted with students regarding their dream of being a successful entrepreneur. He highlighted some key factors to the new aspirants of BBA to make as a successful entrepreneur.
 
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Prof. Madhav Raj Koirala, PhD: Day 2 Session 1: “Using Cases for understanding real life problems”

Facilitator: Prof. Madhav Raj Koirala, PhD

“Well, its real stuff, isn’t it? Otherwise you can feel like you’re just doing something for the sake of it. When you do a case study you go out and find information that is being used in real life. It’s something different where you actually apply what you’re learning.”

Prof. Madhav Raj Koirala, PhD, a renowned face in Management Education of Nepal, interacted with new aspirants of BBA on how to analyze case. This method was introduced as a useful teaching-learning pedagogical tools since the beginning of 19th century by Harvard University, USA. Since then, it was implemented in many universities of the world. Prof. Koirala, dealt with deep insight of various processes for analyzing case study. Along with concept regarding case analysis, Prof. Koirala also stressed on practical implications of case analysis.

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Day 1. “Current Trend of Jobs for Management Students” Facilitator: Ms. Archana K.C., Recruiter, FroxJob

Understanding the job trends is always important for Undergraduate aspirants. “Zeal for getting a better and prestigious job” is the factor that leads every Students to concentrate on their study.
 
With aim to prepare new Undergraduate aspirants of BBA for their future career, GCI had invited Ms. ArchaNa Kc, Recruiter at FroxJob to share her experiences and views regarding the current job market. Ms. K.C. also gave an insight to various steps that could lead to grab a better job as per the dream of an individual. She inspire the new Undergraduate students to become specific towards their aim from the beginning.
 
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Mr. Sunil Sharma, Senior Manager, Nepal Tourism Board as Guest Speaker during Induction Program 2018, BHM BTTM Program

Mr. Sunil Sharma, serves as a Senior Manager in Research, Planning and Monitoring Department at Nepal Tourism Board. He is mainly responsible for developing tourism policy and planning in accordance to Government of Nepal’s plans and programmes for overall development, tourism in particular. He is also in charge of liaising with tourism stakeholders and its association for tourism development. He serves as a think tank to both Nepal Tourism Board and Government as well. Earlier on he served in Public Relations and Publicity and Tourism Marketing and Promotion Department in the same capacity. He has 15 years rich experience in tourism sector. He holds degree in Development Studies from the University of Melbourne.
Apart from being working at Nepal Tourism Board, Mr. Sharma has also written articles in various local journals, books and magazines regarding development aspects of tourism such as ecotourism, rural tourism, and sustainable livelihoods. His writings are influential and he is considered to be an influential thinker. During his free time he loves to trek and explore the unexplored areas. He is passionate about photography and has won couple of accolades in photography as well. His photographs are readily available in social media.
Mr. Sunil Sharma is born and brought up in Kathmandu and lives in Nepal. He is an enthusiastic and hobbyist photographer and has won couple of accolades in photography as well. His photographs are readily available in social media. During his free time, he loves to capture landscape, culture and human emotion. Through his photographs he wants to showcase Nepal’s rich nature and cultural products. Mr. Sharma, serves as a Senior Manager in Research, Planning and Monitoring Department at Nepal Tourism Board. During his free time he loves to trek and explore the unexplored areas. Mr. Sharma is also a prolific writer and his articles has been published in local journals, magazines and newspapers.