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  1st Nepal management symposium kicks off  
 

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KATHMANDU, May 21: Students of business schools from all over the capital gathered at the Nepal Management Symposium on Friday, at the Shanker Hotel
Lazimpat.

Organized by the Kathmandu College of Management and KCM Student Council with the support of Three H Management, the three-day long interaction event will deliberate on topics related to the management aspects of business.

The interaction sessions are led by speakers representing various national and international companies.

The first day of the conference saw students participating in four different workshops namely Technology Management, General Management, Marketing and Sales and Human Resources Management.

Karmath Dangol of Software Development Deerwalk, Amrit Tuladhar of Muncha.com, Sanjay Golcha from Neoteric Nepal and IT Nepal, Dr Bijay KC, Dean South Asian Institute of Management, Shamin Zaman, Marketing Manager Unilever Nepal, Bina Rana Head of Human Resource, Standard Chartered Bank Nepal, were among the assigned speakers.



Interacting with students, Amrit Tuladhar said, “Although technology usage in Nepal faces the problems of power cuts and slow connectivity, there is a lot we can do.”
He emphasized the need to “find creative solutions to the challenges.”

Anil Lama, of the organizing committee claimed that the event was “hugely successful in its first day with all the 60 registered students participating.”

The participating students gained knowledge as well as enjoyed interaction amongst themselves.

Raju Pant, a second semester MBA student at Kathmandu Don Bosco College enjoyed networking with students from various colleges. “The event has been extremely fruitful for me,” he said, adding, “Apart from learning managerial skills, I met interesting people and made friends.”

The second day of the event will have seminars on Economics, Banking and Finance, Entrepreneurship and Social Business and Profit
Management.

A seminar on regional practices and upcoming management trends will be conducted by experts on the third and final day.

 
Published on 2011-05-21 10:31:16
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