“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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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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Domestic Tourism Mart is going to be held on 26 & 27 April 2019 at Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu from 10 AM to 6 PM. The event is conceptualized to promote local tourism where hotels, airlines, travel agencies, trekking agencies, transport companies, and various tourism service providers will participate in setting up their stalls.
GCI is also participating in the mart having its stall at A47 where few of our students are volunteering along with our full-time staffs. In this regard, we kindly request your support and participation in the event which is organized by Gantabya Nepal and promoted by Nepal Tourism Board.
Regards, Program Coordinators, BHM/BTTM Program Office, GCI
From a shy introvert to earning Leadership and High Achievement Award
Sharing Experience: What impressed Sulav?
– Great information based Website – Varieties of subjects – Good counselling – Transformation from a shy introvert to a successful leader – Event organizer – Participation in Students council and more..
—————————————————————– Mr. Sulav Bista, Best Leadership Award, 2017 – 2019 Batch Cambridge Learners’ High Achievement Award Psychology, 2018
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In an academic endeavour to increasing learning dynamism, Global College International ensures all its scholars of Learning by Doing experiences as some of the key tools to changing intellectual level, behaviour and attitude of practitioners that would practically help each learning mind to be consistent, independent and able professional, one who can adapt to and create changes without much difficulty.
Gearing this vision, in reality, GCI organized and successfully conducted A One-Day Workshop focused on developing soft skills which would play a vital role for MBA scholars and business practitioners through their daily academic and professional encounters to succeed.
➡Program and Procedures
The workshop was inaugurated by Dr. Karan Sigh Thagunna, the principal of the college who highlighted the significance and expressed the success of the workshop. The day-long program was mentored by Dr. Dev Raj Paneru, the College Director of MBA-Evening and Arun Paudel who have both worked as a freelance and institutionally certified professional in the field of Business and Intercultural Communication.
The package was blended with lectures, presentations and panel workshops, and as well participant-engaged group and team activities. The activities engaged all participants in self and participated in learning that creates a feeling and rewards the members with experience in real situations. The idea was to enable participants to practice business communication skills in a meaningful manner.
The main activities in a total of 3 modules focused on the development of soft skills that play an essential role in personal and professional life and career. 👉Module 1 focused on developing communication skills. In this, participants were offered with unique insights into business communication. 👉Module 2 focused on developing an effective power-point presentation which helps a professional to understand how to present ‘arena’ so that she/he can feel more in charge of it (confidence, competence, command, and appeal).
➡Yet to achieve
However, due to participatory contributions that demanded more time than allocated, 👉module 3 that focused on enhancing employability skills could not be entered in today’s workshop and therefore postponed for future.
All MBA-E and MBA Regular students who participated in the program with a fruitful contribution were highly acknowledged and encouraged to continue learning into practice with literature provided and also for further assignment and resources as referred.
Finally, as intended, the workshop with maximized participations, succeeded to convincing how rudimentary components make a big difference in a real business situation which the educated personnel and professionals must learn and be able to deal with for success in business. The Program Director concluded the program with a vote of thanks to Arun Paudel, participants and staff for their whole day support with remarks on the increasing significance of further continuation upon developing soft-skills in daily practices.
Global College International (GCI) organized a farewell programme for 7th Batch at Hotel Soaltee Crown Plaza on Friday, April 5, 2019.
The programme was started at around 10 am and continued for about three hours. Dr. Khagendra Prasad Ojha, the chairperson of the college had chaired the programme. In his address, he had shared some of the true meaning of study and learning. Dr. Tshering Lama, a country director, of childreach for Nepal, had been a chief guest of the programme. He had shared the success story of his life that started from a remote village of Nepal to the University of England with a doctorate degree and to become a dynamic personality.
Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna, the Principal had addressed to the outgoing students. He had highlighted the social value of education for every individual. There were directors, coordinators, faculties present in the programme. The AS students had organized the cultural programme which was the most attractive part of the occasion. On occasion, all the students were awarded certificates and medals. Some of the students were awarded for outstanding performances in different categories throughout the year.
1. Academic Excellence Award:
Male: Gaurav Shah
Female: Prasannata Maharjan
2. Best Leadership: Sulav Bista
3. Best ECA Award:
Male: Bijay Bista
Female: Sonam Dicky Lama
4. Student of the year: Ritiks Sedhai
The formal part of the programme was conducted by Academic Supervisor, Mr. Rishav Dev Khanal and the students continued with the informal programme. Programme coordinator Mr. Surendra Raj Joshi given vote of thanks.