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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 […]

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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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Jun
27

HR as People Programmers

People are the biggest investment of any organization – be it an academic institution, a football club, a bank, or an entrepreneurship venture. We can have all the physical resources to manage an organization but if our people are not capable enough or have not been made capable enough, then other resources are of very […]

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Discrete Choice Models – Introduction

Discrete choice models, which belong to random utility maximization (RUM) models, are widely used to analyze individual choice behavior (see Ben-Akiva and Lerman, 1985; Train, 1986 and 2003; McFadden, 2000 and 2001; Hensher et al., 2005). In the discrete choice framework, a decision maker facing a mutually exclusive and collective exhaustive set of finite number […]

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Jun
13

Questions are Questions

“Friday is for fabulous people to get the things done and get ahead in life.” With this in mind, it’s another enlightening chapter of Empowering Fridays by passionate and proud educationist – Mr. Pavitra Gautam and Mr. Sakar Pudasaini (co-founders of Karkhana) who are serious to untangle the bungled Nepalese education system. was always a […]

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Jun
03

An Empowering Friday with Kumar Thapa

I have great admiration for teaching profession and passionate teachers. Behind most successful students there is a teacher who believed in them. I would not be the person I am today without the support, encouragement and guidance from my teachers. I am always grateful to all the teachers in my life. Right from the teacher […]

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May
24

Reflection: Empowering Fridays with Ashutosh Tiwari

Compromising an extra hour’s sleep, I excitedly joined the Empowering Fridays session 08 led by CEO of Sherpa Adventure Gear Pvt. Ltd, Mr. Ashutosh Tiwari and it turned out to be totally worth it. The session was divided into two halves: the opening half was about Mr. Tiwari sharing his experiences dealing with hiring fresh […]

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May
19

My China Experience

Reflection by Anish Thaku Anish is a student pursuing MBA degree at King’s College I was one of the lucky few who got the opportunity to be the part of King’s student team for educational tour in China along with students of several other colleges. With great enthusiasm, curiosity, nervousness and energy I set my […]

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Mar
24

Change begins from a teacher

To demonstrate mutual respect, I addressed students using “tapai” and tried to counsel students rather than threaten them but, a week later a group of teacher complained the administration that, “Sushant Sir is pampering the students, if it goes like this, the students will soon stop obeying the rest of the teacher”, and to me […]

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Mar
19

Sharing and Learning with Dr. Rajib Subba

I wish I had the session that I had today in any of my classes during my college days. Being the student of Humanities and Social Sciences for the last ten years, I always had problem in learning the theories propounded by all those great people. I used to linger in one long sentence that […]

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