Marriott Hotel, Kathmandu
Students from the BHM department were taken to one of the most reputed hotels in the world, “Marriott Hotel” as their field visit. The students were taken there with the objective to learn and observe various activities that take place in the real hotel industrial world.
Auditorium Hall, TCMIT Attendees of Climate Change Conference 2021 from Nepal were the speakers for the session. The session was conducted by active youths; Mr.Pradeep Bhattarai, Ms. Shreya K.C., and Ms. Arati Poudel- the attendees. They put up their valuable words on the respective topic stating the past, present, and future context of climate change […]Read More
24th December 2021 Students from the BHM department organized a “Christmas Party” on Christmas eve at the college premises. With an objective to conduct the event as well as donate 20% of ticket sales as food cater at Pashupatinath Temple, the students took a responsible duty. The event had various fun segments like flair bartending […]Read More
Auditorium Hall, TCMIT Few dignitaries from “Nepal Bank Limited” put up their valuable words with the participation of BBA & MBA students. Mr. Arjun Bahadur Kandel was the key-note speaker the entire session was handled by him. “Digital Banking Financial Literacy” was the main topic that was discussed in the session followed by various questions […]Read More
Texas Restaurant, Siphal BHM department of Texas College of Management & IT conducted a “Fine Dining Training Program” for MBA students with guest of honor Mr.Saigrace Pokharel(story-teller), Ms.Srita Adhikari(story-narrator), and Mr.Almoda Uprety(singer). This program was organized to build confidence in areas as; dining etiquette in formal situations principles of food & beverage with nutritional aspects […]Read More
December 3, 2021 Rastriya Nach Ghar, Jamal IME presents “Word Tour with Saigrace” was successfully organized by Texas Education Network. The story-teller, “Saigrace Pokharel” presented himself with few of his own stories. Then, the event was handled by some moderators and was shifted into another part named “Stories of Youth”, where audience could have a […]Read More