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On June 6th 2022, King’s College launched its Co-Create Nepal program at Yala Maya Kendra,
Missed DoLAB workshops? Well, we’re back. This time, we’re heading to Panchkhal – working closely
We are beyond elated to announce the signing of an agreement between Biruwa Advisors Pvt.
We are delighted to announce the collaboration between Kajaani University of Applied Sciences (KAMK) and
Featured Alumni of the month
A school you have to climb miles and miles of a hill for, a classroom not with walls surrounding you but the big, tall trees, students as eager to learn as they are anxious. Teaching somewhere in the middle of nowhere is not a joke. In fact, teaching in itself is not a joke. Our featured alumni of the month have been there, done that.
A former fellow and fundraising officer at Teach for Nepal, Nawang Sherpa has also been a former consultant at DSV Advisors. Currently, Nawang is a project manager at Upaya: City Cargo and a professor here at King’s. When we say we love our students and want them to be an acting part of King’s even after graduation, we really mean it.
When talking about his journey with Teach for Nepal, King’s College, Upaya: City Cargo, and education in general, he was quick to mention how he chose to study A-levels only to avoid learning Nepal. Honestly, most of us have been there.
Nawang believes in letting things flow. He says that if you believe in a cause, everything becomes easier to work with and work for.
– Nawang Sherpa
Here's some more stuff in and around King's
I recently completed the silver jubilee of my life. There are many experiences, in these
This month's assignment playlist
This month’s playlist has something for everyone – from Polyphia to Taylor Swift to tackle the emotional roller coaster that is doing assignments. Of course, this month’s playlist creator – Suzzeet (MBA Entrepreneurship alumni) – having been a part of Nepal’s music scene adds some of the best home grown Nepali artists as well.