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Insight Stories of Doers Series
Guest Speaker series designed for our students to listen to and connect with some of the outstanding people in our community share their journey, failures, perseverance, success and roles.
Undergraduate Professional Modules
The center helps in preparing students for their internships, careers and development of professional self through modules throughout the 4 years at King’s College. During the first two years, students are offered basic modules. During the senior year, students are required to complete modules specific to their specializations. In the final semesters, students are enrolled in Professional Development Modules which help them prepare for their careers or further studies as soon as they graduate from King’s College.
As a part of industry experience, students complete at least sixteen weeks of internship or work experience in the organization(s) of their choice. On completion of their work experience, students prepare a report and make a presentation reflecting their learning. Students also receive counseling or mentoring (if required) while working with organizations.
The Center for Professional Development liaises with organizations for opportunities like job openings, internships, volunteering in events, participating in events and other development opportunities that are instrumental to holistic development of students at King’s College.
The Etiquette Workshop
By Shubhechchha Dallakoti (BBA Student) Mr. Mahesh Kharel is the Nepali Congress candidate who has
By Roshan Pun, BBA Student A Work of Sustainability and Humanity Recently we had an
By Pujan Shiwakoti, BBA Student, King’s College With the ongoing crisis and the lockdown implemented
By Pujan Siwakoti When the sun sets, does it mean we are never going to
By Subash Sharma BBA Student On April 27, 2020 we had a guest speaker session
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.
Author: Sharad K.C. MBA, Fall 2017 King’s College One of the most repeated notions in
By Sakshyam Khatri, BBA Digital Marketing “Let us never stop innovating and growing”, says our
Insight Stories: Agribusiness Series- Challenges and Opportunities of Dairy Industry in Nepal (Post-COVID-19)
By Kiran Mainali, Program Development Associate, MBA Agribusiness “Innovation and struggle are of paramount importance
By Sumira Shrestha (Head, Internship and Placement Cell) & Suyasha Singh (Corporate Communication Officer) As