Agricultural Automation and Robotics – a talk by Prof. Manoj Karkee

by Kiran Mainali (Student – MBA Agribusiness) King’s College, a pioneer institution of agri-entreprenurship organized a talk program on Agricultural automation and robotics; global perspectives and Nepal’s contexts on 5th July, 2019. The program was facilitated by Prof. Manoj Karkee (PhD) from Washington State University, USA. There were around 100 participants from different colleges, institutions,…

Launch and 1st edition of Impact Talk

With the aim of promoting a discourse of “transparent, impact-driven, innovative, and self-sustaining nonprofitsthat nurture local innovations through participatory collaborations”, Nonprofit Impact Forum at King’s College launched its bi-monthly talk series – the Impact Talk. Sharing her experiences with nonprofit organizations advocating for health care access and equity in Malaysia and other Asian countries, Dato…

Workshop on report writing for NGOs

Workshop on report writing for NGOs

By Biswash Praja & Kaushal Sapkota April 18, 2019 | Babarmahal, Kathmandu King’s College organized a three-day workshop on “Report Writing for NGOs” for the students of its MBA Nonprofit program and invitees from leading Social Work Schools of Nepal including Khwopa College, St. Xavier’s College, K and K International College and Samriddhi College. Facilitated…

Open discussion on project based learning

Open discussion on Progressive Education through Project-based Learning

We hosted an open dialogue on Progressive learning through projects. Speakers in the program included representatives from various colleges and schools of the nation. The discussions included sharing of how the organizations being represented at the discussion have been implementing project based learning at their respective organizations. Further discussion was moderated by Prof. Bertram Chip…

Nepal Entrepreneurship Forum 2018

In another first, King’s College, Nepal organized the third edition of its annual series of conferences, focused on entrepreneurship in Nepal under the theme of Entrepreneurship and Economic Growth in Federal Nepal. Held between November 22 and 24, 2018 at Dhangadhi, Nepal Entrepreneurship Forum included lively discussions involving contemporary entrepreneurship issues in the country. With…

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Do Camp 2018

Do Lab will be organizing a three-day camp called Do Camp that is aimed at creating user centered solutions to real world problems through the design thinking process. Participants for the program range from undergraduate students to industry professionals from a variety of backgrounds. They will be facilitated by the Lab Masters of Do Lab…

Intercultural exchange program with Labitrie School, Tournefeullie, France

King’s College has entered into an agreement with Labitrie College, Tournefeuillie, for the intercultural student and faculty exchange program 2019/20. This partnership will facilitate an exchange of educational and pedagogical methods and promote au pair culture in both countries. Ten students and two faculty from King’s College have visited France under this program. Under this agreement…

Four day workshop by BUCSBIN partners

As a part of Building University Capacity to Support Business Incubation in Nepal (BUCSBIN) project, two lab-masters from Oamk Labs, Oulu University of Applied Sciences – Finland, facilitated a four-day workshop for 30 participants from various educational institutions. The workshop titled “Inspiration, Iteration & Innovation – Introduction to learning in Oamk LABs” ran from April…