SWBC ACTIVITY

Activities for the Month of Shrawan 2073

ACTIVITY REPORT

Name of the Activity- Collage making competition
Participants- BBA-2nd Semester students
Date & Time- 2073-04-25/Monday
Objective: To explore out the hidden creativity of the students in the field of management art.
Brief Description on the Activity- Collage is a piece of art made by sticking various different materials such as photographs and pieces of paper or fabric on a chart paper or some board.
The event was organized by framing seven groups with seven different business topics. The seven groups, their topics, and their positions after the ‘systematically obtained result’ are as per the following:
 
TEAM-1 (3rd position)
Collage Theme- Collections of different brands of mobile phones

  1. Amita Silwal
  2. Anuska Adhikari
  3. Ashish Gurung
  4. Avishek Raut
  5. Ayushma Shree Thapa

TEAM- 2 (7th position)
 Collage theme- Collection of Famous Business Personalities of World
  1. Bijay Timilsiena
  2. Kamal Thapa Magar
  3. Madhusujan Chaulagain
  4. Mamata Kunwar
  5. Rupika Tiwari

TEAM- 3 (5th position)
Collage theme- Collections of different brands of Cars
  1. Niroj Dhakal
  2. Prakash Budha Magar
  3. Pratik Silwal
  4. Bhawana Thapa Magar
  5. Pratiksha Lohani

TEAM- 4 (2nd position)
Collage theme- Collections of beauty products
 
  1. Sabitri Tamang
  2. Samina Kumal
  3. Sumit Sharma Majgainya
  4. Rajan Kaphle
  5. Smriti Shrestha

TEAM- 5 (4th position)
Collage theme- Collections of FMCG products
  1. Sirosha Thapa
  2. Subin Tamang
  3. Sujan Sitaula
  4. Sujina KC
  5. Susan Nepali
  6. Sushant Khadgi

TEAM- 6 (1st position)
Collage theme- Collections of Different brands of motorcycles
  1. Subani Kumal
  2. Saroj Bishwakarma
  3. Prerana Shahi
  4. Nirmal Gurung
  5. Anisha Dangol


TEAM-7 (6th position)
Collage theme- Collections of different electronic items

  1. Suvam Kattel
  2. Renuka Phuyal
  3. Manju Maharjan
  4. Rachana Pandey
  5. Manish Basnet

 






Activities for the Month of Ashar 2073

Activity Name: Guest Lecture
Topic-             Inner Management
Date/Time: 2073-03-22/10:30 am to 1:30 pm
Venue: Seminar Room
Guest: Mr. Phul Prasad Subedi (A preacher and motivator)
Participants: All BBA-II Semester Students
Objective-  To make students aware about their inner strength so that they can be able to practice to take to the peak major positive factors like love, peace, compassion etc. within themselves.

Brief Description of the Activity- The session was started by the formal welcoming of the guest. Students already knew the significance of this session since the topics to get covered here would be beneficial for them in the long run. The speaker had the good experience of dealing the subject matter very successfully since last several years, and many of them amid the students. The lecture emphasized on the concept and mechanisms of inner management with suggestion to all to spend certain amount of time in focusing inner management, and took live examples relating the same having the capacity of helping the people to find peace and success. Stressing on the need to live well both externally and internally, he opined that how well we live here simply depends on how well we manage our surroundings and how well we manage ourselves, and in the case/s of absence of such management one will manage situations by accidents. His bottom line was:  ‘Fundamentally life is management. The quality of our life depends on how well we manage our body, our mind, our emotions, our situations, our homes, our communities, our nation, and our life in general and world’.
He also taught students the different modes of exercise through which concentrations could be improved. He stated that inner management need extreme concentration and control to power the strength of mind. He further over-stressed that if you want to manage 10 or 10,000 minds around you, but you don’t have management over your mind, your managing numerous minds will be going towards disaster.
 



 

  1. Activity Name: Individual Focus Series (Second Part)
  2. Date/Time: 2073-03-24 ( 8th July 2016) / 9:30 am to 10:30 am
  3. Venue: Seminar Room
  4. Presenter: Dr. Jayahari Raj Pandey , Campus Chief
  5. Participants: All BBA-II Semester Students
  6. Chief Areas of Concentration: It mainly focused on First Session Review; Importance of Question: “why you are in BBA college?”; and few related examples (of myself and a relative who is now Commercial Bank CEO).

The first session centered on the meaning of this program and the gamut it covered- which included the seven steps that would complete the students’ journey through this medium. At the end, the students encountered Questionnaire which was able to provide brief first hand preliminary information on them.

Findings of the data: The analysis of the data- which was already complete- had found the findings very encouraging on an over-all average basis. That is to say, the result was positive, and that now was the time to work vigorously to achieve the desired outcome, and also that the gap between all of the students was not so huge.

Move on to the next step: Now was the time to concentrate on the inner self – which was also the motive to insert yesterday’s program of inner management. Borrowing the words of Kofi Annan  “To live is to choose. But to choose well, you must know who you are and what you stand for, where you want to go and why you want to get there”, this step could be taken as the initial guideline so as to help other immediately following steps in order to make one capable in making the right choice. To say simply, “This life is what you make it. No matter what, you're going to mess up sometimes, it's a universal truth. Just because you fail once, doesn't mean you're going to fail at everything. What is needed is the right thing for you, and that you should be able to make the right choice”.










 




Individual Focus Series

The series is the initial part of our signature program. The Focus program goes on becoming profounder as well as interesting with the advancement of the steps within the series.


What is the Program exactly?  

With firm faith on the growing understanding around the academic arena that each and every person has certain unique qualities, it is but natural to have an interest in finding out some mechanism which could be handy in seeking out such qualities. This program just revolves around the motive of such search and has been named with the intention of showing direct linkage with the individualism aspect of all concerned. Driven by the famous inspirational saying of “Never to judge a Fish by its inability to climb a tree or a Cow by its inability to fly”, few steps have been devised so as to have two-way involvements towards analyzing the personal traits.


Program Objective
This is an entirely new program designed with two basic objectives:
  1. Find out the genius of the student
  2. Help the student in sharpening his/her genius
Total steps of the Program
There are seven steps in the program, which will run through seven semesters.
Initial Step
Being the first one in the series of the program, this step highlighted the significance of the program, and started the step in the form of “Questionnaire”.

Program partner
Southwestern Academic Research Center (SWARC) is providing the technical (research related) support for the entire program.
Proceedings of the Program on 23rd Falgun 2072 (6th March 2016)
  • About the Program       :  By Dr. Jayahari Raj Pandey  ( 10.15 – 11.15 am)
  • Questionnaire fielding :  By Anir Khanal, SWARC ( 11.15-11.35)
  • Certificates distribution to the winners of Attendance Test: 19 students securing 90% attendance ( the names are: 
    • Amita Silwal
    • Anisha Dangol
    • Anuska Adhikari
    • Ashish Gurung
    • Avishek Raut
    • Bhawana Thapa Magar
    • Chhabi Lal Acharya
    • Mamata Kunwar
    • Manish Basnet
    • Manish Shrestha
    • Prakash Budha Magar
    • Prerana Shahi
    • Rachana Pandey
    • Renuka Phuyal
    • Saroj Bishwakarma
    • Subin Tamang
    • Sumit Sharma Majgainya
    • Susan Nepali
    • Pratik Silwal




 

  • Refreshment
 
 Guest Lecture

Topic            :  Career in Banking
Date/Time    :  2072-11-17/11:00am to 1:00pm
Venue          :  Seminar Hall
Guest          :  Dr. Bishnu Gautam (Ex-Deputy Director of Nepal Rastra Bank)
Participants: All BBA-I Semester Students
 Objective   :   To provide an overview on Financial concepts,about financial institutions , their role and  career in banking sectors.

Brief Description of the Activity- The session was started by the formal welcoming of guest. Students were instructed to avail this session as the topics covered here will be beneficial for them in long run. The Speaker began the lecture with the concept of Finance and its types. He explained the concept of Finance with live examples. Financial indiscipline is the root cause of all financial problems the global family is facing today. Financial discipline needs proper planning with clear objectives, recording of real facts, analysing the variations and taking corrective actions. This theory is pervasive and everybody knows that.

Dr. Gautam listed out some of the examples of financial institutios like in commercial bank- Napla Bank Ltd., Investment bank ltd., Nepla SBI bank ltd., in Develpoments banks- United Development Bank ltd., narayani Development bank ltd., in Finance companies-Nepal Finance ltd., NIDC Capital Market ltd., in Micro credit development Banks-  Purbanchal Grameen Bikas Bank Ltd., Nirdhan Utthan Bank Ltd., Rural Microfinance Development Centre Ltd., in Saving and Credit Co-operatives (Limited Banking)- Sagun Co-operative Society Ltd., Nepal Co-operative Society Ltd., The Sahara Loan,Savings Co-op.Soc., in Non- Governemnt Organizations- Nepal Grameen Bikas Sanstha, Women Enterprises Association of Nepal, Cottage & Small Industries Organization.

Role of commercial banks- Mobilising Saving for Capital Formation: Financing Industry: Financing Trade: Financing Agriculture: Financing Consumer Activities: Financing Employment Generating Activities: Help in Monetary Policy:

Role of Finance companies- Personal Loans, Asset-Based Loans, Factoring, Installment Loans

Role of Micro credit development Banks- Microcredit is the extension of very small loans (microloans) to the unemployed, to poor entrepreneurs and to others living in poverty.

Role of saving and Credit Co-operatives- ooperatives are useful for the economic and social structure of a country since they use local initiative and local economic strength. They are also well-equipped to combine the advantage of local activities with regional and national networking. Cooperative institutions promote savings generation. Role of Non- Governemnt Organizations- Non-government organizations, also known as community agencies or non-profits, provide a variety of services and activities in the community and at various stages of the justice system. They are governed by voluntary boards of directors and make extensive use of volunteers to deliver programs. Some may also engage in public education activities or speak out on social policy issues that relate to developing safe communities.
Dr. Bishnu Gautam also stated the future job prospects in banking sectors of national and internationsl regions. He also stated that Nepal Rastra Bank takes out numerous vacancies. He advised to visit Nepal rastra bank websites- www.nrb.org.np for job prospectives.
Student Feedback- The students were very much interested with the topic and after healthy interaction they found themselves some change, they came to know about their financial constituents, its discipline and opportunities in the banking sectors.

 Group Discussion on ‘Fuel crisis in our country’

Participants   :  BBA-1 Semester students
Date & Time   : 2072-11-14, 11:00am to 12:30 noon
Venue            : Seminar Room
Objective       : The ability to express one’s own feeling by discussing on current issue. This exercie enhances their power of presentation.

Brief Decription on the Activity- The event was organizes as per its routine. The event was started by formal welcoming.
Dscussion of any sort are supposed to help us develop a better perspective on issues by bringing out diverse view points. Whenever we exchange differing views on an issue, we get a clear picture of the problem and are able to understand it. The understanding makes us better equipped to deal with the problems. This is precisely the main purpose of a discussion. The dictionary meaning of the word Group Discusssion is to talk about a subject in detail. So, group discussion may refer to a communicative situation that allows its participants to express views and opinions and share with other participants. It is a systematic oral exchange of information, views and opinions about a topic, issue, problem or situation among members of a group who share certain common objectives.
GD is essentially an interactive oral process. The groups members need to listen to each other and use voice and gestures effectively use clear language and persuasive style.
Students participated well. They interacted at various points on Fuel crisis in our country. The sub topics discussed were as such.
1.Importance of Fuel
2.Reasons for Fuel Shortage
3.How to overcome from Fuel crisis
4.Probability of Fuel having fuel fields in our country

Talking to the first Agenda- Importance of Fuel, the students pointed out various important use of fuel. Mr. Subin focussed that fuels are the backbone of the economy of any country. Mr. Pratik said that fuels are used to run industries and trsansportaion in continuation to this Miss Smriti focussed that fuels are necessary for houshold activities. Many other students gave the importance and role of fuel in human life.

Discussion on second Agenda continued with great enthusiasm- Reasons for fuel shortage. All the groups indicated the reasons behind the scarcity of fuel in our country. Some of the reasons stated by the students were as such; Political instability, Madhesi Agitations, Lack of govt. startegies, unofficial blockage of Boders by India, Dependency only on one country, unable to use our fuel fields etc.

The third Agenda discussed- how to overcome from fuel crisis. Many views were given, some of the solutions given by the students were as such; Political stability should be there, good diplomatic relationship should be maintained, importing of oil should be done from more than one country, Govt. new plans and policies should come in extracting fuel mines, Alternative use of energy should be used like hydropower energy, wind energy, natural gas energy, coal energy etc., generating energy from wastage and such other options were suggested by students for ultimate solutions of fuel problem
The last topic- Probability of fuel having fuel fields in our country. This topic was interestingly discussed. Miss Pratiksha said that there are various probabilities of fuel fiels in our country.

She said that Nepal govt. has made huge expense by collaborating with foreign companies to explore and find out the presence of fuel and gases in various regions of Nepal. The exploration has given the positive sighn of the fuel presence but than Govt. has not taken further steps to dig it out, make it available and trade. There has been evidence of presence of natural gas and petroleum in various areas of Kathamndu Valley.
The groups were as such;
Group A

 

  1. Samina Kumal
  2. Manju Maharajan
  3. Mamata Kunwar
  4. Bhawana Thapa Magar
  5. Saroj Bishwakarma
  6. Pratiksha Lohani
  7. Rachana Pandey
 
Group B
  1. Sirosha Thapa
  2. Subin Tamanag
  3. Subani Kumal
  4. Sumit Sharma
  5. Pratik Silwal
  6. Avishek Raut
 
Group C
  1. Susan Nepali
  2. Chhabi Acharya
  3. Ashish Gurung
  4. Sushant Khadgi
  5. Niroj Dahakal
  6. Anuska Adhikari
  7. Rupika Tiwari
 
Group D
  1. Anisha Dangol
  2. Bijay Timilsina
  3. Renuka Phuyal
  4. Prakash Budha Magar
  5. Smriti Shrestha
  6. Manish Basnet

 
The results are as such;
Group B- Winner
Group D- II nd Position
Group C- III Position
Group A – IV Position

 
 

“Young Leadership and Good Governance”

Venue           : Seminar Room
Time/Day      : 2072-10-21/Thursday
Participants : All BBA-I SEM students
Activities     : Interaction between Indian students representing ‘Global Peace Youth Corps Nepal’ with Southwestern Business College on “Young Leadership and Good Governance”

Description of the Activities-
Four Indian students (Snehadeep Kayet, Nitin Dutt Kalyan, Devika Shani and Neelam) along with two volunteers (Bikash and Sarnima) of Global Peace Youth Corps Nepal conducted an interaction session with our students. These Indian students were represented by Global Peace Youth Corps Nepal under the International students Exchange Program. The program was focussed on Model United Nation (MUN), Play for Peace, Leadership and learning a foreign language.

A. The main objective of this program was to make Nepali students aware about MUN which will help students to grow more as they will be representing different country, also they will know formal way of speaking, public speaking, confidence and knowledge of foreign language. Some benefits of a Model UN are:
  1. UN acceredited participation certificates and prizes
  2. Enhancement of public speaking and leadership skills
  3. Chance to acquire knowledge on  international affairs and opportunity of detailed knowledge building in foreign, rural and economic policy
  4. Rare opportunity to meet the people from many parts around the globe
  5. Involvement in Social life and also have fun
  6. Addition of  value to ‘abroad-would-be-applicants’ (if applying for masters in the field of policy- matters)
 
B. Play for Peace was designed with emphasis and target on ‘communal harmony’, ‘team building’ and ‘energizing people’. 
C. Significantly, the prime motive of Leadership, as always, was to goad the participants on the path of youth leader. 
D. Inclusion of Foreign Language in the program aimed at providing information on the significance on learning a foreign language and also making aware how foreign language could help us in our life. 
 
Feedback: All students were most interactive with these international students. They were feeling credited with new topics and its concepts. The students were eager to learn French Language for which The Global Peace Youth Corps Nepal provided commitment to facilitate towards the same regard.

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  Product Dumb Charades

  Date   : 2072-10-10/Sunday

Time  : 11:00 -12:15 noon
Venue: Seminar Room





Description about the game
This is one game that can really add lots of excitement and fun to your activities.Dumb Charades involves explaining the phrases or the name of the movie, a personality, a book or a TV show, etc. through acting. A person is not allowed to talk and is required to act out the name by using different gestures, facial
expressions, and body language.


Rules for Playing

  1. There are four groups
  2. Five producs name will be asked by each group
  3. Total products will be 20. In case of tie extra products will be given to identify
  4. 3 minutes will be given to recognise each prtoducts
  5. The names of products will be given through lottery system
  6. The participants will have to act to give clue to his/her group without speaking
  7. It is an act without speaking
  8. If you speak, it will be considered foul
 




Participants: All BBA- 1 semester students
GROUP 'A' GROUP 'B' GROUP 'C' GROUP 'D'
Amita Silwal Kamal Thapa Magar Renuka Phuyal Sirosha Thapa
Ashish Gurung Madhusujan Chaulagain Sachin Pathak Sumit Sharma
Anisha Dangol Mamata Kunwar Rupika Tiwari Sophia Budathoki
Avishek Raut Manish Basnet  Saroj Bishwakarma Susan Nepali
Anuska Adhikari Manju Maharajan Sabitri Tamang Subani Kumal
Bijay Timilsina Manish Shrestha SubinTamang Sushant Khadgi
Ayushmashree Pratkisha Lohani Samina Kumal Sujina KC
Bhawana Thapa Nirmal Gurung Sujan Sitaula Pratik Silwal
Kamal KC Prerana Shahi Rachana Pandey Suvam Kattel,
Smiriti Shrestha
Chhabi Acharya Nirj Dhakal Prakash Budha Magar Pradip Thapa

 


New Year Celebration 

New Year Celebration with Nepali Movie

Date                             :           1st January 2016 (17th Push, 2072)
Venue                          :           Southwestern Business College
Participants                  :           BBA 1st Semester Students
Objectives                    :           Celebration of New Year
Time                            :           11-12: 30

Program Coordinator   :           Anir Khanal

Southwestern Business College organized a New Year Celebration Program at College premise.  The Program was short but interesting. JHOLA (Nepali Movie) was the surprise New Year gift to the students.
The main objective of this program was to celebrate New Year & provide the students social message through social movie. The social movie was based upon the Sati Pratha (A Traditional Custom).

The Program was accompanied by Breakfast. 


 Orientation Program

Date:             9th Poush, 2072, Thursday
Venue:          Southwestern Business College
Participants: Board Members, Teachers, Staffs, & Students
Objectives:   To inform Students about their Rules and Regulations, Courses, Teachers, SWBC family & SWBC facilities
Time:            11-1:30


Southwestern Business College organized an orientation program at College premise. Students, Teachers, Staffs & Board members were present at the program. The main objective of this program was to tell the new students of BBA about the College, College rules and regulations, Course materials, Facilities etc. & introduce teachers and staffs as well. Emcee of this program was Ashish K. Mishra- Vice-Campus-Chief of SWBC.


The Program which began with the ‘Introduction Speech’ by the Campus Chief Dr. Jayahari Raj Pandey, immediately emphasized on ‘Important Highlights of BBA Program’ through ppp from SWBC Director      Mr. Bijay Sagar Pradhan. The Program, further, became relevantly more informative due to course details from subject teachers Pukar Thapa, Baburam Sharma, Dolraj Dhakal, Kishore Khanal and Ashish Mishra.  Exact information on ‘Rules and Regulations of the College’, Time Table of the classes, process of running classes & Introduction of College Staffs respectively tried to make the new students familiar on the overall aspects.







Additionally, information on Facilities by Anir Khanal, motivational video presentation by Ashish K. Mishra, and suggestions from the Guest/s added by the Closing Statement by the Campus Chief with emphasis on their fulfillment of responsibility as well as cooperation to go together on the academic mission of four years could be taken as the main ingredients of the later part of the significant program.


The program was followed by lunch.

 
 
 
   
              

CMAT Pre-Test

Date     : 27th September, 2015
Vanue  :  Southwestern Business College
Total Participants: 90
 
1st Session:  Pre - Test
Total Questions: 100
Time Duration: 1.30 hrs
Objectives: To prepare the students for the CMAT examination in real way
The test was held in 3 classes, Some Pictures of the on-going test are as follows :


Class 1 


Class 2 


Class 3

2nd Session: Management Focus

Time Duration:  30 mins
Resource Persons             :: Dr. Jayahari Raj Pandey
                                                : Mr. Tikaram Mahara
                                                : Mr. Ashish Kumar Mishra
                                                : Mr. Rabin K.C




Objectives:

To provide latest information on Management Issues with special focus on BBA, BHM & BIM
 
 
                         
                                 LIVE PROJECT
                      

September 6, 2015 (Bhadra 20, 2072)

Three groups were formed, as per following:-
Group A: -
   Pooja Bista
   Nisha Timilsina
   Nischal Nepali
   Sulav Parsai
   Saru Thapa Magar
   Prabin Maharjan
   Sabnam Shrestha
   Ramchandra Giri
   Dipendra Khatri

Group B:-
   Sujan Aryal
   Sabin Thakuri
   Roshan Luitel
   Sandeep Moktang
   Trija Shrestha
   Shrijana Bhattarai
   Sushant Chettri
   Divya Shrestha
   Mahendra Aryal

Group C: -
   Pradep Luitel
   Mina Ghatani
   Rasana Lama
   Nawaraj Lamichhane
   Muskan Shrestha
   Sahil Tamang
   Shivaraj Timilsina
   Youbraj Bharati

There were three subjects- one for each group on which questionnaires were developed by the research center. The students of each group were asked to go out and Collect the data on the subject. All the groups submitted the collected data.
Group A: Study on Employee Satisfaction Level
Group B: Study or Changes in Consumer Pattern from Kirana Shop to Departmental Store.
Group C: A Study on Responsible Attitude 

   



           Significance of the Financial Discipline
     
Date              : 
  2072-05-18
Participants
 :  All BBA-II Semester Students
Guest Lecture : Mr. Rishi Raj Gautam (Expert in the area of finance)
Objective     :  To provide an overview on financial concept, its applications and career in financial sectors.


 


Collage Making Competition 
Date              :   2072-04-14
Participants:  All BBA-II Semester Students
Objective     :  To enhance the creativity of students. This activity provides them an opportunity to explore their ability in the area of art management and exhibition with a specific subject. 

 
Brief Description on the Activity - It was a Business Collage making competition. Collage making is a very interesting branch of art in which the poster is made by pasting unused/discarded pieces of papers/magazines with the help of Gum on paper. The students were divided into four groups to make the competition more feasible. The groups along with their topics were: 

Group A- Different Brands of Car
  1. Dipendra Khatri
  2. Sahil Tamang
  3. Mina Ghatani
  4. Sabnam Shrestha
  5. Muskan Shrestha
  6. Roshan Luitel
  7. Yubaraj Bharathi

Group B- Business Personalities of the World
  1. Divya Shrestha
  2. Sulav Parsai
  3. Trija Shrestha
  4. Pradip Luitel
  5. Shivraj Timilsina
  6. Sabin Thakuri

Group C- Different Brands of FMCG Products
  1. Puja Bista
  2. Nisha Timilsina KC
  3. Ram Chandra Giri
  4. Sujan Aryal
  5. Sushant Chettri
  6. Sandip Moktan Tamang
  7. Rasna Lama

Group D- Different Market Places of Nepal
  1. Mahendra Aryal
  2. Nischal Nepali
  3. Prabin Maharjan
  4. Saru Thapa Magar 
  5. Nawaraj Lamichanne


Results:
1st Position : Group D
2nd Position : Group C
3rd Position : Group A
4th Position : Group B

 
                       


                              ATTENDANCE FOCUS
Date: 22nd Shrawan 2072
Participants- BBA students
Time : 10:30 – 12:30
Venue: Seminar Hall, SWBC
Objective : To make the Studetns conscious on the significance of ‘Not Missing a Class’ in the semester system.  

 
As part of the four significant focuses of the year,’ Attendance Focus’ program was organized on August 7, 2015 (Shrawan 22, 2072). The program had three segmnents as follows:
  1. Guest Lecture on the relationship between Attendance and Achievement
  2. Outstanding Attendance Certificates  distribution program to five students
  3. Questionnaire program on attendance 
Guest Lecture : Phul Kumar Subedi
Mr.   Subedi was the Guest Lecture of the program, who was very effective in engaging the students with illustrations based on his experiences as well as enthusing all of them to concentrate on maximizing their attendance. The two hour session was received well by the students.



Outstanding attendance Certificate Receivers

1. Yubaraj Bharati 


2. Rasana Lama 


3. Mina Ghatani 


4. Nischal Nepali 


5. Sabnam Shrestha



Questionnaire program on attendance
The set had 20 questions, each of which was related or revolved with/ around the subject, and had two options ‘ Yes’ or ‘No’ as an  answer.


Group Photo 





Group Discussion on ‘Preliminary Draft Constitution-2072 of Nepal’

Participants- BBA students
Date & Time- 2072-04-05, 10:30 am to 11:30 pm
Venue: Seminar Hall, SWBC
Objective- The ability to express their own feelings by discussing on current issues. This exercise enhances their power of presentation.



Brief Description on the Activity- The event was organized as per its routine. The event was started by formal welcoming.
Discussions of any sort are supposed to help us develop a better perspective on issues by bringing out diverse view points. Whenever we exchange differing views on an issue, we get a clearer picture of the problem and are able to understand it. The understanding makes us better equipped to deal with the problem. This is precisely the main purpose of a discussion. The dictionary meaning of the word Group Discussion is to talk about a subject in detail. So, group discussion may refer to a communicative situation that allows its participants to express views and opinions and share with other participants. It is a systematic oral exchange of information, views and opinions about a topic, issue, problem or situation among members of a group who share certain common objectives.
G D is essentially an interactive oral process. The group members need to listen to each other and use voice and gesture effectively use clear language and persuasive style.
Students participated well. They interacted at various points on Preliminary draft Constitution-2072 of Nepal. The Agenda discussed were as such.
1.    Method of Framing Constitution
2.    Contents of Constitution
3.    Concern person’s involvement in framing constitution
4.    Giving their views on the addition and deletion of the contents in constitution.
Taking to the first Agenda-Method of framing Constitution, the students expressed their views that Framing should start from the public representative, bureaucracy, and judiciary.
 The second agenda- contents of constitution, was discussed. Some of them were able to state that what is mentioned in the preliminary constitution. It contains fundamental laws, sovereignty, and many other development issues.
The third Agenda-concern person’s involvement in framing constitution was discussed. Many of them has suggested that Public representatives, Prime minister, secretaries, judicial person and people of Nepal should be the concern person in framing the constitution.
The last Agenda- Giving their views on addition and deletion of the contents in constitution was also discussed. Under this everyone has given their views. Some said that there should not be equal distribution of property among brothers and sisters; some said that there should be no discrimination of caste and creed. Others were of view that Nepal should be declared Hindu Country. 
Two groups A and B were formulated. The A group was the winner.

Student’s Feedback- After healthy interactions students were very excited and full of enthusiasm. They were very much satisfied with the group discussions because they came to know about the Preliminary draft constitution-2072 of Nepal
 


 
 
 





















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