MoU between GCI and AskMe Management Pvt. Ltd.

MoU  between GCI and AskMe Management Pvt. Ltd.

 
Global College International, Kamaladi, Kathmandu (www.gci.edu.np) has signed Memorandom of Understanding-MoU with AskMe Management Pvt. Ltd, Maitidevi, Kathmandu. (www.askmeconsult.com) on Sept 18, 2017.
 

 

Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna, Pricipal on behalf of Global College International and Ms. Archana Kunwar Chhetri, Managing Director, on behalf of AskMe Management, were the duly authorized representatives, who certified that they have read, understood and agreed to the terms and conditions of MoU.

 

The objective of the MoU is to provide mentoring, nurturing and leadership building to young entrepreneurs, to bridge the gap between entrepreneurs, corporate/private sectors, education institutions and government bodies and as a platform for co-incubation and collaboration between members of both parties.

 

This MoU also facilitate cooperation between Anskme and GCI initiating the project “Linking Turnaround: with Five Starts.”

 

This project aims to provide the Start-ups supported by Askme with an opportunity to scale up and develop strategies for their growth. At the same time, the aspiring entrepreneurs (students) will benefit by getting the first-hand experiences working with the Start-ups. This project will also help to validate and implement the academic learning of the students as they are exposed to the ground reality of running small businesses and Start-ups.

 

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Nepalese Journal of Management Science and Research (NJMSR), Vol-1, Num-1, Issue 2

Nepalese Journal of Management Science and Research (NJMSR), Vol-1, Num-1, Issue 2, Dec 2016

The Nepalese Journal of Management Science and Research (NJMSR) is purely an official publication of Global College International, located at Kamaladi-35, Kathmandu. The journal is published biannually as a regular research publication in February and September. It is a not-for profit publication of the college aimed at promoting research and learning activities among the college faculty members, researchers, university professors and graduate and undergraduate students and personnel in administrative positions involved jointly or individually in research ventures; academic or professional, although academic researchers are prioritized.

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Scholarship Admission List, GCE A level, Academic Session 2017-19

Final list of the Scholarship Admission to GCE A-Level for session 2017-19 on MERIT BASIS

With Congratulation, the Admission and Examination Committee of Global College International has selected the scholarship admission list to GCE A-level for the academic session 2017-19 on the merit basis. The applicants are informed to take admission latest by Friday, 5 May, 2017 during office hours.

Those applicants who are selected for the scholarship admission under the criterion defined by the Ministry of Education (MOE) must submit the required documents with authorized signature from the recognized office of Nepal Government. Failing to submit the required documents by the mentioned date will result in the student not being eligible for scholarship.

Note: Induction classes and pre-session class schedule will be published later.


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Glozyne Vol. II Year 2

Glozyne Vol. II Year 2

It gives me immense pleasure to put a few words in the second edition of GLOZYNE, exclusively meant for stimulating the latent writing talents which bears immense potentiality of sharpening the communication skill as a part of overall personality development.

With a unique vision and an outstanding approach, GCI has been successfully accomplished some of the notable curricular and co-curricular activities such as participation in the International academic seminar, USA, student exchange program, India and students educational tour to India. Likewise, organizing as many as 45 CCA/ECA events has enormously emphasized the comprehensive learning at GCI.

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Cambridge Learner Awards, Nepal- 2017

Cambridge Learner Awards, Nepal- 2017

Congratulations once again for continuing the legacy of outstanding performance in Cambridge International Examination (GCE A-Level) Oct./Nov. 2016!

GCI students win outstanding Cambridge learner awards, Nepal- 2017. 

Three Nepal Toppers of Global College International Tushar Mittal Agrawal, Shuvechchha kunwar and Sudhir Pandey have won awards in Accounting, Sociology and Economics from Cambridge International Examinations for their exceptional performance in the November 2016 Cambridge exam series. The awards recognize success in Cambridge International AS Level subjects.

The students, from schools across the country, were congratulated at the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards ceremony, supported by the British Council, on 7 April 2017 at Hotel Yak and Yeti, Durbar Marg. Ruchira Ghosh, Regional Director – South Asia, Cambridge International Examinations; Jim O’Neill, Country Examinations Manager, British Council Nepal and our Principal Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna attended the event.
Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna, Principal, Global College International said “It gives me immense pleasure to see my students show such passion for learning. Their outstanding results in Cambridge International Examinations is proof of their determination to achieve academic success, coordinators and their teachers’ commitment and the constant support of their family and friends. Congratulations to all my students on their performance this year and I wish them every success in all of their future endeavors to continue the legacy.”

Guest Speak by Dr. Prakash Kumar Shrestha

Guest Speak by Dr. Prakash Kumar Shrestha

On April 05, 2017 MBA Second Semester Students of Global College International have the privilege of hearing form the Dr. Prakash Kumar Shrestha during his guest speak.

Mr. Shrestha who is the director at the office of the governor, Nepal Rastha Bank have discussed about the monetary policies as an important tool to maintain stability and economic growth rate with the students of GCI.

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Guest Lecture by Dr. Prakash K. Shrestha, 5th April 2017

 

Nepal Village Program-2017

Nepal Village Program-2017

GCI MBA Second Semester Students are visiting Ghandruk – Ghorepani Area of Western Nepal for “Nepal Village Program” form April 07 -11, 2017.

GCI Nepal Village Program has been developed and initiated by Global College International, for its MBA second semester students in search of local entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial activities in the rural areas. The motto of this program is to share the ideas, knowledge, and skills among the MBA students and local entrepreneurs and community. Students interact with the local community, teachers, students, civil society members, entrepreneurs, business person, and all other concerned people contributing in the development of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial activities in rural village.

Nepal Village Program aims to encourage students to collaborate with community-based change-makers/ entrepreneurs so that they can accelerate the impact of their innovations in their communities for a resilient and thriving Nepal. The objectives of the Nepal Village Program is to help students replicate real-life scenarios in a classroom setting, where students learn to diagnose and tackle critical societal issues through collaboration and innovation.

Saurav Ratna Bajracharya

Saurav Ratna Bajracharya | MBA Fall 2016, 5th Batch

The quality of teaching and practices at GCI has taught me 4 important P’s of life i.e. “Purpose, Passion, Patience and Plan”. These 4 P’s are life changer in enhancing one’s true abilities and skills and are the core sources of achieving success. This was only possible by the welcoming and friendly atmosphere at GCI. Thus, joining GCI was the best decision I have ever made.

Farewell Program 2017 | GCE A Level

Farewell Program 2017 | GCE A Level

GCI organized farewell program on April 3, 2017 in the Park Village Resort where students of AS bid farewell to the outgoing students of A2 with great enthusiasm and off course nostalgia.

Function began with National Anthem and after that, welcome of Chief Guest Dr. Khagendra Prasad Ojha by staff and students. After welcome dance, the principal of our college, Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna addressed the program by his speech and wished good luck to the students of A2 for their future and appreciated the efforts of AS students. He also expressed his hope that students would continue holding top positions in the university.

Students of AS presented very entertaining group dance, solo dance, solo song performances and farewell speech. Token of love along with certificates and medals were given to the A2 students by dignitaries. Names of award winners, in six different title, were taken and honored. Awards title were given to the students in the basis of Discipline, Regularity, ECA Activities, Internal Academic Improvements, Leadership/Participation and CIE Results.

Samir Karn was awarded with the title “Best Leadership Award 2017. Similarly, Tushar Mittal Agrawal and Sheronika Budha Chhetri were awarded with the title ‘Student of the year 2017’. Likewise, Sudhir Pandey and Shuvechchha Kunwar were awarded with the title ‘Academic Excellence Award 2017’ and finally Anusharb Pant, the president of sports club, was awarded with  ‘Best ECA Award’ in the basis of his contribution towards GCI. Our senior most faculty Mr. Giriraj Paneru from Mathematics, Mr.  Min Bahadur Singh from Economics, Mr. Suman Neupane from Psychology and Mr. Vijay Bhatt from Business department were awarded for their invaluable contribution towards college since the beginning.

At the end Mr. Suraj Baral, program coordinator gave his farewell speech and proposed a vote of thanks.

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But whatever you do, make sure you follow your heart and interest! Choose an academics that is as per your interest. Blend in subjects and make a course combination of your own! Have the FREEDOM TO CHOOSE YOUR OWN COURSE STRUCTURE! 

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Visiting Faculty: Prof. Dr. John Walsh

Visiting Faculty: Prof. Dr. John Walsh

Global College International (GCI) in its endeavor to be the pioneering center of world class business education has a practice to offer the business education that is innovative, reflecting best practices and catering for a broad academic range. We are in a continuous rigor working with professors across the top universities of the globe who are deeply engaged in education research and consultancy and carry their research experience into the classroom.

In the course of fulfilling our commitments of providing international educational opportunities to our students, this time (GCI) is delighted to welcome Prof. Dr. John Christoper Walsh, Director of Shinawatra University Research Center and School of Management as a visiting faculty on March 20, 2017. During his stay in Nepal Prof. Walsh will be conducting the class of Managing Business Strategy for MBA first semester and Research Methods for MBA second semester students of GCI form March 21 till March 26, 2017.

GCI appreciate Prof. Walsh for taking his time and effort to be here and sharing his ideas and expertise with our students. We are confident that our students have taken the opportunity to make professional networks have discussion and exchange of many experiences, suggestions and opinions with the expert.

We certainly hope that learning opportunities with international visiting facilities form the top universities will establish a congenial relationship among the institutions and knowledge sharing opportunity to the young minds of GCI. We believe this will also provide a direction for further researches and studies opportunities for our students in the top universities and research centers of the world.

Our objective for arranging visiting faculty from around the world is to provide adequate exposure and from right outlook in our students that is required for them to be prepared for the challenges and opportunities of 21st Century Global economy.

 

Visiting Faculty, Prof. Dr. John Walsh, 21st March, 2017

GCI Sports Week 2017

GCI Sports Week 2017

Ready, Set, Go GCI Students
GCI Sports Week 2017 has been taking place since January 16. Inauguration program was done by our principal by releasing balloons. At the same part of time he motivated students and staff members for coordination to give it a grand success.
GCI Sports Week is the celebration of Sport within campus premises. It is a perfect time to get a year group involved in a sporting fun day and raise the profile of sport and is a fantastic reason for students to engage and experience sports. We believe this is an awesome opportunity to encourage our pupils to be more active and take part in more sports. 
For further coverage, full reports, feature stories, statistics, schedules, standings, and important information about sports going on will be updated in our next college magazine ‘GLOZYNE TIMES’.

MBA – Second Semester students of GCI attended the Session from Guest Speaker Mr. Sunil Chitrakar

MBA – Second Semester students of GCI attended the Session from Guest Speaker Mr. Sunil Chitrakar

Prof. Dr. Sushil Bhakta Mathama, Faculty Member of Global College International have invited dynamic personality Mr. Sunil Chitrakar, Vice president of Federation of Handicraft Association of Nepal to share his experiences with MBA II semester students of GCI regarding the leadership and team building for promoting local enterprises.
Mr. Chitrakar is trained in enterprise development, women entrepreneurship and Fair Trade presently working at Mahaguthi as CEO. He has diverse interest in small business management, entrepreneurship development, capacity building.
The guest speaker has long experience in working with Mahaguthi and promoting the vision of Tulshi Mehar a follower of Ghandi. Mahaguthi a non-profit and non-government organization working to promote crafts and micro enterprises with a mission of keeping fairness in heart and mind and professionalism on hands. It is working with more than 150 individual craft producers and groups around the country. As being a part of NCPGSM it contributes its profit for rehabilitation center i.e. Tulshi Mehar Mahila Ashram (TMMA) to run training and rehabilitation activities. Being the founder member of Fair Trade Group Nepal, it practices, promotes and advocates fair trade at National, Regional and International arena.
The guest speaker presented on business model; a plan for the successful operation of a business, identifying sources of revenue, the intended customer base, products, and details of financing. He also presented on the Fair trade and promotion of micro enterprises as well as small and cottage industries and its prospects in Nepal.
 

GCI Orientation program for MBA 2017 Spring Batch

GCI Orientation program for MBA 2017 Spring Batch

As a continuation of GCI tradition, MBA Sixth Batch Students of Global College International (GCI), Nepal Country Campus of Shinawatra University (SIU) are having their student orientation program at SIU, Thailand form February 27, 2017 till March 10, 2017.

The Academic Orientation Program has been jointly planned by GCI and SIU to help students transition into college life and provide them with a strong foundation for achieving their career goals.

Because of these commitments to student success, GCI requires new students to attend the orientation program at SIU. To offer innovative and unique orientation program to jump-start the college life of its students with an enthusiasm. These opportunities will help the students to discover pathways for global leadership development and learning through a variety of settings.

During this period variety of events are being organized to orient and welcome new students of GCI and provides the students with an opportunity to meet other international students, faculty members and team at SIU.

During the orientation program, students participate in a wide range of social activities, including musical and other performances, sports challenges, open-air markets, visiting the attractions and industrial visits.

The new MBA sixth batch students of GCI will have opportunity to navigate the main university campus at SIU, learn about social and academic resources, receive academic advises, get their university registration, meet new people and begin to make international connections, get their questions answered form the concern authority at SIU, have fun, and show their confidence in achieving their career goals.

Global College International aims to encourage students to become well-rounded, innovative and lateral thinking entrepreneurs and business leaders who are truly ready to compete in the 21st century global economy.

Students are given opportunities and encouragement to practice their leadership skills and challenged to find new approaches to apply to business successfully. They are equipped with skills in trending technology, communications and all updates needed for their future career.

Memorandum of Understanding Signed between Global College International and Antarprerana

MOU Signed between GCI and Antarprerana

The signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Global College International and Antarprerana was held today, March 01, 2017. The signee representative was Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna, Principal of GCI and from Anterpreran was Ms. Bibhuti Neupane.

The objective of the MoU is to provide mentoring, nurturing and leadership building to young entrepreneurs, to bridge the gap between entrepreneurs, corporate/private sectors, education institutions and government bodies and as a platform for co-incubation and collaboration between members of both parties.

This MoU also facilitate cooperation between Antarprerana and GCI initiating the project “Linking Turnaround: with Five Starts.”

This project aims to provide the Start-ups supported by Antarprerana with an opportunity to scale up and develop strategies for their growth. At the same time, the aspiring entrepreneurs (students) will benefit by getting the first-hand experiences working with the Start-ups. This project will also help to validate and implement the academic learning of the students as they are exposed to the ground reality of running small businesses and Start-ups.

Counselling Session for A Level Students

Counselling Session for A Level Students

On February 22, 2017, Academic Counsellors Mrs. Sujata Sherpa Pradhan and Mrs. Lisa Sherchan were invited at Global College International for providing educational guidance and assistance to the students by planning schedules, recommending courses and determining appropriate education solutions along with educational requirements.

The session was focused on visa process, common- early applications, standardized tests and decision-making strategies.

Counselling Session for A Level Students 22 Feb, 2017

Poem writing competition-2073

Poem writing competition-2073

This is to notify all the students that the college is going to organize Poem Writing Competition–2073 on 2073/10/28 (Friday) 9:00 am Sharp. It is requested to all the students to fill the nomination form and submit to the Reader's Club Member by 2073/10/26 (Wednesday). The program is scheduled as follow:

Program Date Venue
Registration 2073/10/26 (Wednesday) Reader's Club Member
Final Competition 2073/10/28 (Friday) Seminar Hall

Rules for Poem Writing Competition:
1. Only the registered participants can compete in the competition.
2. Participant can write poem in either of language: Nepali or English.
3. It is an open topic for writing a poem, but it shouldn't create any adverse effect in a person or to a nation.
4. You cannot use any reference pages to write poem, it should be original.
5. Necessary accessories should be brought by the participant him/herself.
May the best poet/poetess win the event !

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In-charge: ECA Department
Mr. Thaneshwor Pandey

Induction Class for MBA 2017 Spring Batch Day 8: Contemporary Global Issues Resource Person: Dr. Tilak Rawal

Induction Class for MBA 2017 Spring Batch  Day 8: Contemporary Global Issues  Resource Person: Dr. Tilak Rawal

Global College International had the privilege of hosting Dr. Tilak Rawal, former governor of Nepal Rastra Bank and former Constituent Assembly Member to share his thoughts and experiences on the topic ‘Contemporary Global Issues’ in the induction program for MBA 2017 spring batch on February 02, 2017.

In his session, Dr. Rawal discussed on the ways in which ecological, social and economic factors interact to create threats and possibilities. Moreover, he also discussed the varying ways in which these aspects manifest themselves in different parts of the globe.

The resource person highlighted the increasing interdependence of global economy. He also provided several examples of social, economic, political, environmental, and other issues and problems originating in one part of the world often have far-reaching ramifications in other parts of the world. He also enthused that, if students are to acquire understanding of such issues, they must attain both global and multidisciplinary perspectives.

He also discussed and presented analysis on contemporary global issues, such as migration, urbanization, environmental change and explained social, economic, political and environmental implications.                                                             

The session was helpful at creating a deep and wide understanding of how various global

trends will impact upon economies, organizations and from there the practice of

management. The newly enrolled MBA sixth batch students of Global College International had an opportunity to learn from Dr. Rawal on various global trends.

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Induction Class for MBA 2017 Spring Batch Day 5: How to Bridge Classroom with Society Resource Person: Mr. Anil Chitrakar

Induction Class for MBA 2017 Spring Batch Day 5: How to Bridge Classroom with Society Resource Person: Mr. Anil Chitrakar

Global College International had the privilege of hosting Mr. Anil Chitrakar, a social entrepreneur, architectural heritage expert, and cultural historian to share his thoughts and experiences on the topic ‘How to Bridge Classroom with Society’ in the induction program for MBA 2017 spring batch on January 30, 2017.

Mr. Chitrakar is a trained engineer and energy planner, although his interests and works have extended far beyond these realms. He has been awarded the Ashoka Fellowship, the Rolex Award and the Silicon Valley Tech Award, among many others, for his diverse contributions, and was named one of the ‘Global Leaders of Tomorrow’ by the World Economic Forum at DAVOS in 1993.

Chitrakar is also deeply invested in the preservation of built and living heritage around the country, alongside being involved in various environmental conservation efforts, including founding the Environmental Camps for Conservation Awareness (ECCA) and co-founding the Himalayan Climate Initiative.

In the induction program Mr. Chitrakar motivated and inspired the sixth batch MBA student of GCI with his interaction on the topic ‘How to Bridge Classroom with Society’ a subject he has often touched upon in his talks. Understanding the society and its value system will help students to bring their classroom learning to life. He emphasized on engaged learning which occurs when students fit their learning process in the service of their goals as individuals and as members of society. He illuminated that engaged learners plan, implement, and assess their learning in relation to goals that have meaning for them as well as for the community and the wider society. He inspired students to take charge of their learning for life—where they become eager constructors of knowledge, and view the entire world around them as a rich and welcome resource.

In his session, the versatile Mr. Chitrakar seamlessly weaves statistics, anecdotes, and history to make his points. It is also Mr. Chitrakar’s ability to connect multiple dots at lightning speed that makes being in his session very enjoyable and fulfilling.

Induction Class for MBA 2017 Spring Batch Day 4: Communication Etiquettes for Professionals Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Ramesh Bajracharya

Induction Class for MBA 2017 Spring Batch Day 4: Communication Etiquettes for Professionals Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Ramesh Bajracharya

 

On January 29, 2017 – fourth day of induction program, MBA sixth batch students of GCI had a meaningful learning experience in Prof. Dr. Ramesh Bajracharya’s session on ‘Communication Etiquettes for Professionals’. Prof. Bajracharya, stated that in today’s workplace, communication etiquette is constantly being observed by different stakeholders. People will get the impression of the person through their interaction with them, often without even realizing it. He articulated the participates that every part of our communications—technological (texting, email, social media)—verbal—and body language—must send a message of professionalism. Prof. Bajracharya highlighted the importance of communication etiquettes and the benefits of mastering these skills for MBA aspirants of GCI. Understanding communication etiquettes and mastering these skills will provide the students greater confidence in business situations and greater professionalism as they have to represented the brand, and reputation of companies or businesses at some point of time in their professional career. Prof. Bajracharya stressed that people skills and professionalism will never be out of style. They’re important for career success and advancement. He emphasized the essentials of these soft skills for the professionals to successfully conduct business and profession.

Day 3: Working with Others; Interpersonal Skills Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Sushil Bhakta Mathema

Day 3: Working with Others; Interpersonal Skills Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Sushil Bhakta Mathema

On January 27, 2017, newly enrolled MBA sixth batch students of Global College International (GCI) had an opportunity to learn from Prof. Dr. Sushil Bhakta Mathama on the topic ‘Working with Others; Interpersonal Skills’.

Teamwork is an integral part of GCI – MBA program, knowing how to work cooperatively and productively in a team is an essential life skill the students have to learn. In GCI students are assigned different group work which GCI believes to be an effective method to motivate students, encourage active learning, and develop key critical-thinking, communication, and decision-making skills. The MBA students in GCI have to face various complex group assignments, and demanding deadlines. The session form Prof. Mathama will help them prepare to face the complex dynamics of group work that are the norm in GCI – MBA program.

Prof. Mathama highlighted major interpersonal skills that the students need to learn to understand group dynamics and work productively with others. He explained the participants in the induction program the key to be a team player is to be supportive and helpful, to offer solutions instead of criticism, to make valuable contributions and to create opportunities for others to make valuable contributions too.

Prof. Mathema emphasized that working successfully with others requires practical as well as personal skills. He stressed on the advantages of working with others is that one can benefit from the skills of others that one may not have, and share one’s own skills in a team to create synergy. He also engaged students in activities in which the participants have to solve different puzzle and explore some of the typical challenges of working in a group.

Teamwork is such an integral part of the GCI – MBA program as well as the work environment in which the students are aspiring to develop their career, knowing how to work cooperatively and productively in a group is an essential life skill. Understanding what it takes to be a good ‘team player’ will help them meet their career goals and gain the respect and support of others in all aspects of their lives

 

 

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Social Entrepreneurship Resource Person: Mr. Mahabir Pun |Day 2

Social Entrepreneurship Resource Person: Mr. Mahabir Pun |Day 2

On January 26, 2017, the Second day of the Induction Class for MBA sixth batch of Global College International; Mr. Mahabhir Pun was invited as a resource person to share is experiences and to interact with the students.

Mr. Pun is a well-known figure for his innovative application of wireless computer technology in bringing progress to remote mountain areas by connecting his village to the global village. He is one of four Nepalis to receive the Magsaysay Award, and the only one to receive the Magsaysay Award for Community Leadership.

In his session at Global College International, Mr. Pun shared about his ups and downs in life, starting with his own story of child hood dreams. He shared his memories of old days’ unfulfilled wishes which have become his vison of creating better educational opportunities for rural children and creating job opportunities for disadvantaged people so that they can have meaningful, peaceful and better lives. He also shared his vision to create better learning opportunities for the children, to provide medical assistance to villagers by connecting the villages through wireless technologies. He inspired students by telling that we will make it happen not by word but by deed. 

 

He shared his plans for future Nepal with the fresh MBA students of Global College International. Mr. Pun also shared his purpose to establish "Rashtriya Abiskar Kendra" also known as National Innovation Center in English with its objective to foster research and developments for the economic development of the country. He also shared about the crowd funding campaign to collect the fund of NPR 50 Cores and to build a 10MW hydropower station which would sustainably fund operating cost of the Innovation Center.

 

The MBA students of Global College International were very excited to interact with Mr. Pun and he was also impressed with the interaction with the students. In the session, Mr. Pun inspired the students for the social entrepreneurship and also urged them to dream big.

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Induction Class – Day 1 | MBA 2017 Spring

Case Analysis Methods and Techniques

Resource Person: Prof. Dr. Subarna Lal Bajracharya, Academic Director GCI

Prof. Dr. Subarna Lal Bajracharya, Academic Director of GCI, opened the first day of the induction class on January 25, 2017 and advised the student to aim big in their lives and work in a systematic manner to fulfill their dreams. He put light on various methodologies to be adopted by the students to attain academic excellence. He also motivated the students to adopt multiple measures which have been initiated in the college to enhance their employability and entrepreneurship. Prof. Bajracharya, also explained the students about the placement efforts being made to ensure placement of students. He asked the student to work towards personality transformation to achieve highest possible milestone in future. He also discussed about the case analysis methods and techniques that is one of the essential part of their learning pedagogics in GCI, MBA program.

He addressed a number of methodological issues related to conducting case analyses and case study. He first discussed the design of case studies: why they are done, the importance of theory, defining and selecting cases for study and designing the instrument for gathering data. He then discussed the analysis and interpretation of qualitative data and describes logic at the core of case analysis. He also described the method of replication for analyzing themes across multiple cases.

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Induction Program MBA 2017 Spring

Induction Program MBA 2017 Spring

Global College International organizes induction program for its new batch of MBA students before their orientation program at Shinawatra University in every semester to introduce new students to their academic journey at GCI. A variety of short workshops at the beginning of the academic session is designed to provide information and support on issues relevant to new students. These are aimed at easing the transition in GCI as well as facilitating academic and personal success.

For its 6th batch students enrolled in MBA 2017 spring, GCI commenced the induction classes form January 25, 2017. This will continue till February 04, 2017 and will be followed by the orientation program at Shinawatra University, Bangkok which is scheduled for February 06 till February 17, 2017.

The objective of conducting the induction class is to set the positive outlook in the students and connect the new students with their colleagues and the college environment. The program includes a variety of activities such as team-building, workshops, lectures and social events.

The Induction module sets the context for the rest of the program and helps reacquaint student with the rigors of academic study. Taking part in a series of team activities, the students will be able to reflect on their role and performance. By sharing feedback with MBA team of GCI new students can relate their performance and behavior to a range of archetypes – and consider how they might develop as responsible individual and best use GCI – MBA opportunities.

 

Global College International Welcome Program for MBA 2017 Spring

Global College International  Welcome Program for MBA 2017 Spring

On 24 January 2017, Global College International organized the Welcome Program to its new batch of students who were enrolled in the MBA 2017 Spring. In order to provide the best experiences to the fresh students, GCI had designed a thorough plan and made full preparation for the welcome program. Patient volunteers of MBA second semester and the friendly staff members of GCI impressed the fresh students with their passionate services from meeting students at the College, registering them for the program, handing over their name tags program schedule and the schedule of their induction class and commuting them to the program venue, Park Village Resort, Budanilkantha.

 

The Welcome program started with the program formalization process in which Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna, principal of the College and Prof. Dr. Subarna Lal Bajracharya, Academic Director of GCI received the distinguished guest by offering bouquet and Khadas, and requested them to take the respective chairs.

 

At the outset, the program started with the lighting of the Panos by the Chief guest Mr. Karna Shakya followed by National Anthem. As the students were entering the new chapter of their lives they were inspired and guided by diverse personalities invited in the welcome program. The students also have the session for their self-introduction to make them familiar with each other. Around them as they sit down in the welcome program were the unfamiliar faces of peers from different institutions and parts of the country, each of whom has a different cultural background and set of unique viewpoints. But those faces won’t be unfamiliar for long: among them will be future friends, business partners and lifelong acquaintances, whose diverse cultures and perspectives will contribute to the mutual development of the whole batch.

 

The program further continued with the warm welcome form the representative of the current MBA second semester student, Ms. Aaysha Pathak and the official welcome address form principal, Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna.  After the welcome address the Chef guest of the program Mr. Karna Shakya shared his words of wisdom with the students and inspired them to be the responsible professional with the management capacity and culture. The guest of Honor of the program Prof. Dr. Ajay Sthapit also encourage the students to develop the competencies to become thoughtful and responsible managers and leaders.

Ms. Archana K.C. the graduating student of GCI was invited in the program as a guest speaker to share her experiences of 2 year’s journey in GCI. She painted the total picture of her favorite recollections of life at GCI. She highlighted her transformational learning experiences at GCI during her MBA and its relevance to real life. She provided the overview of her experiences in participating in her favorite sports, activities, outings to explore the spectacular natural beauty, industries and businesses, opportunities for social interaction, information about education and career options, how faculty members bringing in tremendous amount of diverse experiences to share in the classroom using cases, project works, and interactions.

She also shared with the new batch of students that how the students are encouraged in GCI to use their creativity by exploration, socialization and diligence in the process to realize their potentials. She explained about her experiences in student-led clubs and events, corporate interaction and guest lectures, workshops, GCI business fiesta and other different events at GCI which makes life at GCI vibrant. She also shares about humbleness she learned in serving the needy one during her volunteering work at the time of devastating earthquake during her stay at GCI which is valuable learning experience for her life.

At the end of the formal session of the program the program chair, Prof. Dr. Subarna Lal Bajracharya presented the objectives of the program, shared his best wishes and expectations with the new batch of students. He also expressed the instructional commitments to provide its students skills, knowledge and personal qualities needed to meet the world-scale challenges of the 21st century and appreciated the guests and the students in his vote of thanks.

In the informal session, the volunteers organized different ice breaker games and team building games to bring excitement in the program. Ms. Tejaswi Acharya, the MBA second semester student also briefed the new students about the different activities of student centers of GCI and the membership procedure to new students. At end of the program prizes were distributed for the winning groups of different games.

The new intake can look forward to a stimulating learning environment at GCI.  This two-year deep dive into career and personal development will be life changing for the students who begin their MBA at GCI.  An exciting and transformational learning experience awaits the new batch students of Global College International who just enrolled in the International MBA program of Global College International affiliated to Shinawatra University.

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Welcome Program MBA, 6th Batch, 24th Jan, 2017

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Name List, Sports & Creative Week-2017, GCE A Level

Name List and Tie Sheet Sports & Creative Week-2017

 

Download the Tie Sheet for the various activities for Sports & Creative Week 2017

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You can also download the Volunteer Allocation Sheet for the interested students who will be assisting these activities as volunteer. (Click Here for Download)

Download the Namelist for the various activities for Sports & Creative Week 2017, submited by the students via Nomiantion Form. For further queries please contact to ECA Department. 

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Download the Volunteer list of students.

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GCI Lifts Trophy in Speech Competition

Global College International Lifts Trophy in Speech Competition

GCI students Sheronika Budha Chettri and Sophia Milan Bhetwal jointly clinched the trophy in the Valley-wide Inter College Speech Competition as the overall winner. The competition was organized by Southwestern State College on the occasion of World Human Rights Day on December 9, 2016. Similarly Prasansha KC of Uniglobe Higher Secondary School secured Second runner up position.  

Altogether 36 participants from different 16 colleges had taken part in the program held at the premises of the organizer. The Theme of the competition was Human Rights.

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Speech Competition- Southwestern State College, KTM- 9th Dec 2016

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Presentation by Ms. Malvika Subba CEO, Idea Studio

Presentation by Ms. Malvika Subba CEO, Idea Studio

On January 2, 2017 Ms. Malvika Subba, CEO of Idea Studio have presented the concept of the event ‘Idea Hunt’ to the MBA perusing students of Global College International. During her presentation, she put light on the objectives of the ‘Idea Hunt’ is to provide encouragement and opportunities to those who are willing to share their innovative ideas related to infrastructural development in order to solve the socio-economic hurdles currently faced by the Nation. She also explained about the initiation taken by CNI along with Idea Studio Nepal with an objective of increasing general public engagement to identify problems and come up with possible innovative solutions to address infrastructure deficits. She encouraged the MBA perusing students of Global College International to participate in the event and pitch their creative business ideas that will bring the positive changes in the society. Idea Hunt is the event organized by Idea Studio, a Platform to turn promising ideas into solutions and ultimately ignite social change and unlock youth potentials in favor of entrepreneurship through innovation.

Induction Class for MBA 2017 Spring Batch Day 6: Being a Management Student Resource Person: Mr. Sohan Babu Khatri

Induction Class for MBA 2017 Spring Batch Day 6: Being a Management Student Resource Person: Mr. Sohan Babu Khatri

On February 01, 2017, the sixth day of the induction program, Mr. Sohan Babu Khatri, CEO of Three H Management, a well-known management consultant with experience ranging across the cross-section of industries and sectors in Nepal as corporate business consultant, researcher and program designer stimulated the newly enrolled students of GCI – MBA sixth batch with his session on “Being a Management Student”.

The resource person at the beginning of the session encouraged the participates to put practical, thought-provoking questions in which they want to have discussion during the session. By taking time to engage the participants in this process of thoughtful inquiry, Mr. Khatri identified the agendas for his session in which the participants were intended to get a better handle on their most elusive, challenging, and indispensable difficulties.

There are many “issues” commonly experienced by students in College that can sometimes pose major challenges to study, play, socializing, and living. Mr. Sohan Babu Khatri in his session identified, described, and provided suggestions to GCI – MBA students for exploring and managing them.

During the session, Mr. Khatri shared his own story of defining moment in his academic journey where he was challenged in a deeper way to choose between two ideal career choices both with the premium opportunity cost. His decision to commit to peruse MBA was irreversible course of action that shaped his professional identity today as a prominent management consultant was most inspirational to the participants.

Beginning an academic journey as MBA students in GCI naturally generates both excitement and anxiety for many reasons including the move, academic responsibilities, and meeting new challenges and opportunities. For some, this apprehension is quickly overcome as they adapt to a new environment; for others, the transition takes longer. To help students put things in right perspective, the resource person Mr. Khatri put light on the challenges and opportunity of being a management student.

Additionally, he emphasized on the importance of interpersonal skills for MBA students to communicate more effectively, improve the ability to work in a team and develop leadership quality. He also stressed in the importance of attitude toward learning is as important as aptitude. At the end, the resource person inspired the students to have passion, dedication, and genuine interest in expanding their intellectual horizons focusing on the character building process. He also highlighted the fact that what we make of an experience matters, not simply the experience itself.

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Guest Speak by CA Shashi Kafle

Guest Speak by CA Shashi Kafle

GCI appreciate CA Shashi Kafle, for taking his time and effort to be here and sharing his ideas and expertise during his guest lecture session on December 30, 2016 with MBA fourth Semester Students of Global College International. Mr. Kafle is a qualified Chartered Accountant specializing in Risk Consulting and is currently working in KPMG India in its advisory practice based out of Pune, India.

Mr. Kafle during his session discussed on the topic “Business Risks, Control Methodology and Career Prospects in Risk Consulting post MBA” with the students of GCI. He focuses on key business risks being faced by modern day businesses and the professional approach to control them. The expert also discussed about basic understanding of risks, basic understanding of controls, practical case studies, risk consulting and scope of risk consulting for MBAs.

We certainly hope that our students have taken the opportunity to make professional networks have discussion and exchange of many experiences, suggestions and opinions with the expert. Our objective for arranging guest lectures is to provide adequate exposure and form right outlook in our students that is required for them to be prepared for the challenges and opportunities of 21st Century Global economy.

Sashi Kafle_Guest Lecture, 30th Dec 2016

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Notice: Sports & Creative Week-2017

Notice: Sports & Creative Week-2017

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This is to notify all the students of Global College International (GCE A Level) and Uniglobe HSS/College  that the Department of ECA is organizing ‘Annual Sports and Creative Week 2017’ from 16th to 21st January 2017 (3rd to 8th Magh).  Students are notified to nominate their name in MIS ( Click Here for Nomination Form) with the list of your participating events by 31st Dec 2016 (16th Poush 2073).

All the competitions in the event will be Inter-Class (Section) wise. The winning team’s credit points will be cumulated in the account of the concerned class and thus the overall champion will be declared. Events will be conducted as per the Tie-Sheet published herein. Failure in timely reporting to the concerned venue of the event will result in the disqualification of the team. The College will resume as the Academic Calendar (2073 Magh 11 Tuesday).

Note: A player can participate in more than one event as long as the events are not overlapped. Detail of the events are mentioned below:

 

SN

Event

Team Type

Event Basis and Time

Venue

In charge

Jan 16  Monday

Jan 17 Tuesday

Jan 18 Wednesday

Jan 19 Thursday

Jan 20    Friday

Jan 21 Saturday

1

Basketball            (per sec.1 team)

Per team    6-10 Boys/Girls

Pool League (Time -12 min.)

Basketball Ground

Suman Maharjan /   Khem Raj Deuja

9:00 -4:30

×

8:00 -4:30

×

8:00 -4:30

×

2

Tug-of-War          (per sec.1 team)

Per team 8-12 Boys/Girls

Knock Out

Basketball Ground

Subas Nepal /     Arjun Gupta

×

8:00 -4:30

×

8:00 -4:30

×

×

3

Futsal                (per sec. 1 team)

Per team 5-10 Boys/Girls

Pool League (Time -15 min.)

Futsal Ground

Suman Maharjan / Suyog Dahal

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -10:00

4

Table Tennis

Single

Knock Out

Table Tennis Hall

Tara Bdr Gurung / Pradip Bagale

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

×

5

Chess

Single

Knock Out

Class Room

Jiban Acharya /       Dilli Ram Upreti

×

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

×

6

Oratory    (Speech)

Single : Open Topic

Time – 4 minutes

Seminar Hall

Laxmi Pd Ojha /          Dr. Mohan Devkota

×

8:00 -4:30

×

×

×

×

7

Drama

2-10 Boys/Girls : Open Topic

Time – 5 to 10 minutes

Seminar Hall

Siddhartha Dhungana /      Yadav Bhandari

×

×

×

8:00 -3:30

8:00-3:30

×

8

Fine Art   (Painting)

Single : Open Theme

Time – 2 Hours

Ground

Prakash Rimal /   Dr.Chudamani Pandey

8:30 -10:30

×

×

×

×

×

9

Collage Making

Single :  Open Theme

Time – 2 Hours

Class Room

Shiva Kumar Oli /   Jaya Ram Ghimire 

×

×

8:00 – 10:30

×

×

×

10

Video Game

Per team 2 Boys/Girls

Knock Out

Computer Lab

Manoj K Karna /  Aanand Karn       

×

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

8:00 -4:30

×

11

Photography

Single

Theme: Sports & Creative

College Premises

Agni Datta Joshi /          Dr.Mahendra Thapa

11:00 -4:00

8:00 – 4:00

8:00 – 4:00

8:00 – 4:00

8:00 – 4:00

8:00 – 4:00

Supervisors: Ashok K. Choudhary, Suraj Baral, Ganesh Datt Bhatt, Gobinda Ballab Joshi, Devendra Karki / Instructor: Thaneshwor Pandey

Thaneshwor Pandey

ECA Incharge (25th December 2016)

GCI celebrated special Christmas Day with our Honourable Principal Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna

GCI celebrated special Christmas Day with our Honourable Principal Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna

GCI celebrated special Christmas Day with our Honourable Principal Dr. Karan Singh Thagunna . In the same occasion he wished A Level students and released the fourth edition of 'Glozyne Times' based in Christmas by thanking GCI Cultural club and Journal Club for their fabulous effort.

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Idea 2 Product 2 Market

Idea 2 Product 2 Market

Global College International in association with Collaters Inc Pvt. Ltd. founded by its students organized one day workshop on “Idea 2 Product 2 Market” on December 17, 2016. In this hands- on workshop, 47 students form Everest College, Padma Kanya Campus, People’s Campus, Public Youth Campus Ishlington College, Thames College and Global College International have participated.

The workshop started at 9:00 AM sharp at the seminar hall of Global College International, Kamaladi Ganeshthan, Kathamndu with the opening address from Prof. Dr. Subarna Lal Bajarcharya, academic director of GCI. He put light on the objectives and the expected outcomes of the workshop in his opening address and appreciated the initiatives of the students for organizing the workshop . Then, it was followed by Mr. Sohan Babu Khatri, the faculty member of Global College International and the resource person to conduct the workshop.

The resource person Mr. Khatri shared his thoughts on ‘Why don’t every innovation succeed?’; ‘Getting from Business idea to business model’; ‘Business Modeling’; ‘Business Model Canvas’; ‘Foundation of Successful venture’ etc. before he engaged the students into different group activities.

Mr. Khatri is a well-known management consultant with experience ranging across the cross-section of industries and sectors in Nepal as corporate business consultant, resource person for training and development, researcher and program designer. He is the founder and CEO of Three H Management. His experience, among others includes contribution to the entrepreneurial development of youths in various sectors through development/social organizations. As a passionate hobbyist, he is also an artist and has two painting exhibitions done on the social issue for social cause to his credit.

During the workshop the students form 7 different participating colleges were divided into 11 groups and the workshop included 5 different hands-on session for the participants to engage in various group activities namely activity 1: ‘Let’s hear your idea’; activity 2:’ Create your Business Model Canvas’; activity 3: ‘Create your Value Proposition Canvas’; activity 4: ‘Revise your Business Model Canvas or Create Alternative Business Model Canvas’ and activity 5:’ Create your Lean Canvas .. and in multiples’. And at the end of the session Mr. Sabin Bhandari the CEO of Butta shared his entrepreneurial experiences with the participants.

The participants learned processes used to effectively transform ideas to products that user love and the tools needed to ensure validation within the market space. The participants engaged in different activities during the workshop to bring their ideas to life as they leverage lean principles to iterate ideas and construct user- centric experiences. During the workshop, they also get the knowledge of the process used by successful companies to effectively define the product and position it for success.

In a group setting the participants run their idea through a design-thinking series of research, review, refinement exercises to expand their opportunities and target the solution. The participants have the opportunity to share their ideas and get feedback from a group of people from a diverse discipline form different institutions. The participants leave the workshop with a short and long term strategic vision based on their idea that will help them launch it.

Quiz Contest-2073 held

Quiz Contest-2073 Result

he Quiz Contest -2073 was successfully held at Seminar Hall on Mangsir 28 in the presence of Academic Program Director and Coordinators. The event was organized with joint effort of Global College International and Uniglobe Higher Secondary School in the presence of Jury members Mr. Rishav Dev Khanal and Mr. Devendra Karki. The Quiz masters were Mr. Ganesh Datt Bhatt and Mr. Suraj Baral.
The quiz was fiercely contested over 5 categories comprising IQ round, General round, Audio Visual round abbreviations, Rapid Fire Rounds and Uniglobe and GCI special round.

A total of seven teams were qualified for the final competition. In the competition, the team of Rijan Kafle, Suresh Thapa and Rajat Bhandari from UGHSS bagged first position, while the team of Yagya Raj Bogati, Alisha Rai and Prasant Shah from UGHSS secured second position. The third position was secured by the team of Dheeraj Phuyal, Roshan Kapar and Abhishek Basnet of A Level GCI.
Mr. Ashok Kumar Choudhary, an Academic Program Director of the college gave away medals and certificates to all winners of the competition.

Quiz Competition 2073, 13th Dec 2016

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