21 December 2022
In 1980, Heramba B. Rajbhandary established the business with the goal of providing customers with affordable, wholesome meals. It initially began making yogurt in clay jars and pans. A few years later, dairy products like cheese and ice cream were introduced. They got their start as a little cottage dairy on Mahaboudha Street. Nepal Dairy, known by its initials ND’s, has been expanding its customer base and increasing gradually since its founding.
To show how an industry functions, the fourth and eighth semesters BBA students were taken to ND’s Ice Cream & Fast Food Industries. The main goal was to help students develop their leadership, interpersonal, and reasoning skills as well as the comprehension of their possible role in the industry.
29 August 2023 Hotel Mystic Mountain, Nagarkot The industrial visit to Hotel Mystic Mountain proved to be an invaluable experience for our BHM second-semester students. It provided them practical knowledge and insights into the hospitality industry that cannot be gained from textbooks only. We are grateful to Hotel Mystic Mountain for their warm hospitality and […]Read More
We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Ms. Shreya Dangol, a distinguished member of our BHM 1st batch, for her exceptional accomplishment. Her dedication, passion, and hard work have paid off as she has been recognized with the prestigious “Top Enroller (F&B) – May 2023” award by Voco – an IHG Hotel, Dubai. We take immense […]Read More
Congratulations to all the incredible winners and participants of the Texas BBA Cup 2023! Out of 30 teams, KTM City Boys emerged as champions in the boys’ category. On the girls’ side, the Young Star Girls exhibited remarkable determination, capturing the title with their exceptional performances. A huge shout-out to the organizers, volunteers, and sponsors […]Read More
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3rd to 13th March Imaginology Auditorium, TCMIT In collaboration with the Institute of Banking and Corporate Management, Texas College of Management & IT offered MBA students a seven-day training course on “Overview of Banking and Insurance Operations in Nepal” to teach participants practical aspects of banking and insurance operations (IBCM). The sessions were facilitated by the following subject matter experts: (1) Overview of the Banking Industry, Treasury Function, Banking Hazards, and Foreign Commerce by Mr. Purnaman Napit (Former Banker and Subject Matter Expert), (2) Mr. Ujjwal Nepal, Manager Retail Liability, Nabil Bank Ltd., Deposit Products, Customer Service, Payment System, Remittance Operation, Loan & Advances, AMl, CFT & KYC, Government Policy, NRB, BAFIA (3) Mr.Pritam Karmacharya, branch manager at Everest Bank Ltd., is an expert in banking service digitization. (4) Mr. Rajendra Maharjan, Deputy Director of the Nepal Insurance Authority, discusses life and non-life insurance in Nepal. At the program’s conclusion, a closing ceremony was held, and the program’s chairman, Prof. Dr. Keshav Kumar Shrestha, principal/CEO, Mr. Bhesh Raj Pokharel, and managing director, Mr. Kumar Joshi, spoke. Ms. Pramila K.C. (HOD-MBA/BBA) coordinated the program on behalf of Texas College of Management and IT & compered by Ms.Aabha Shrestha, Academic Director, IBCM.Read More