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Nov
01

Pathways to Change: Hands Held High (Alisha’s Story of Growth)

“Excuse me, Sir,” she raised her hand, “Will you tell us what the practical application of polynomials is?” In the two months of being her classmate, that was the first time I heard her speaking with outright tenacity. Or possibly the first time she ever interrogated a teacher. She had a newly developed aura about […]

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Oct
31

bRanding sTrategically wAs nEver tHat hArd

Author:  Aarif Rauf If its really true that you want to create a brand out of your very own product or service, all you need to do is seek for a sexy and bold personality of your brand name. Creating a BRAND is not a hard rule that is written in Quran. All you need […]

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Sep
07

I M Besharam. You know you are too!

I run a sex toy business in Nepal. You heard that right, I help people buy sex toys in Nepal. It has merely been 7 months since I started the business, and market penetration is good and our consumer base is growing. I’ll come back to that part a bit later.   We’re not Saudi […]

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Sep
07

Contextualized leadership with Shishir Khanal: Three Key Takeaways

Author: Sharad K.C. MBA, Fall 2017 King’s College One of the most repeated notions in business school for one reason or the other is that there is no right or wrong. As much empowering as this notion shared by almost every faculty in every classroom sounds, it generally ends up confusing me, as a student, […]

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Aug
31

[Spoiler Warning] Organizational Leadership Lessons from the Night King

Author: Punit Jajodia There is one thing that is common among all GoT fans – they all love Tyrion Lannister. Most adore John Snow, dragon lovers stand behind the dragon queen Danaerys Targaryan and there are even some twisted souls who think Cersei Lannister is best fit to rule the seven kingdoms. There is one […]

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Aug
27

King’s College – Impressions

Author: Rubin Ghimire Critical Thinking Socrates once famously said: “An unexamined life is not worth living”. Was he right to think so? Are we supposed to examine our lives? Why or why not? It’s seldom that we find ourselves asking such questions, specially when our education system is built on rewarding rote-learning information dictated to us by […]

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Aug
13

United States Youth Council Experience: An Interview with Saswat Karki

Saswat Karki, a determined, motivated, passionate and responsible student, is pursuing his bachelor’s in business administration at King’s College. An ‘International Young Achiever’ of 2015, Saswat is an achievement oriented young lad. He describes that this success has helped him grow as a person to seek numerous opportunities. Since being awarded, he has been invited […]

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Aug
06

Community Asset Mapping Project Experience: Amrina Tamrakar

Mapping helps to research about different places. It allows us to seek and develop the links among different knowledge of the maps. It makes us track and extract different data within certain areas which can be utilized in different fields. Similarly, research helps us to build ideas and concepts of different subjects. Research allows us […]

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Aug
02

Combating Writer’s Block

Asmita Gyawali, MBA Mr. Lee, the director of ongoing drama, “Dignity at Muzzle” is panicking. Apparently, Ms. Wang cannot write the drama script because she is experiencing writer’s block. Episode 14 is supposed to be filmed within a week, but now, it seems impossible. This would destroy everything, the broadcasting channel, the time slot, the […]

By Umes Shrestha | Blog . Student Blog
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Jul
21

The Mentorship and Me

“Better than yesterday with vision to surpass tomorrow” There was a time when I wished to have more confidence in myself, to take a stand for what I want to say and not get flustered. I wanted to be free spirited while talking, to be able to convey what I really mean. I applied for […]

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