Letters from Kathmandu #11: The Unfinished Staircase

By Craig Greenman (Visiting Professor of Philosophy, King’s College) craig@kingscollege.edu.np June 2021 Dear family and friends, The lockdown is dissolving in Kathmandu.  Some businesses are opening (on alternating days, like Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays) and non-essential vehicles are operating (with alternating license plate numbers, like odds or evens).  And every young man from 18 to…

Rural Entrepreneurs Creating Opportunities for Themselves & Others

By Anupam Bajracharya Student – BBA With the project theme of ‘CSEB Interlocking Bricks Impact Assessment’, two faculty members from CERAD team along with two undergraduate students visited different places in Province 1 & 2 for a week in April 2021. This project was under Buildup Nepal’s assessment of the impact their initiative had created…

An interdisciplinary world: A podcast with Bibhusan dai and Narottam dai

At King’s, we’ve never called ourselves strictly a “business college”. Instead, our focus has always been in a more inter-disciplinary approach – an approach where we value the perspectives and inputs of diverse individuals in the learning environment. We believe that the learning environment only becomes richer when people, skills, knowledge and perspectives from diverse…