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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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"Talk Program on Rural Development in Nepal" by Prof. Dr. Stephen D. Biggs, University of London, UK on April 26, 2017 at Seminar Hall, Block A, GCI.
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To all the mothers, Happy Mother's Day! :)
Mother knows what is right and best for you, we try to meet her expectations.
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GCI Knowledge center is going to organize "Talk Program on Rural Development in Nepal" by Prof. Dr. Stephen D. Biggs, University of London, UK on April 26, 2017 at Seminar Hall, Block A, GCI.

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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.

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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.
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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.
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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 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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