3-day Industry Lab concludes

Working professionals and the students of MBA & BBA at King’s worked in teams in the last camp organized at Do lab. Industry Lab had the teams working on very broad themes. In three days, they empathized with end users regarding both problems, made and presented a prototype of their solution, they passed through hills…

Pujan’s reflection after visiting Europe

As said, “When in Europe, do as the Europeans do”, the bread and sugar filled one week in Toulouse would have been incomplete without the family away form our family. Travelling to places, getting tanned in beaches so that when you return back home no one recognizes you, the beautiful gift exchange, even beautiful exchange of liquors – French wine to Khukuri Rum and Khukhuri Rum to French wine, and the beautiful moment when each of us cooked something for each of our families. The time spent in Toulouse went by a snap fading away not half buy all the tiredness from the flight and the anxiety to be in a new place.

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…