Kathmandu Don Bosco College (KDBC) organized a panel discussion entitled Meet for Constructive Future Season II on 25 Feb at Hotel Radisson with the motive of encouraging the youths to try and materialize their dreams. KDBC has been organizing events and activities to encourage participants to look into their future perspectives and potentials and also encourage them to lead by honing and testing their management gaining business acumen.
The Panel Discussion on the theme of youths’ contribution to nation-building had panelists highlighting the need for youths to stay back in the nation and help it grow better. H.E. Nona Deprez, E.U. Ambassador to Nepal, said that Nepal has huge potential and the EU has been supporting Nepalese in every way possible. Anushka Shrestha, Miss Nepal World 2019, encouraged the youths with her own entrepreneurial experiences. Similarly, Mr. Bibhusan Bista, CEO of YoungInnovation, believes that an entrepreneur isn’t just a business person but rather is someone who steps in and takes action. The panelists echoed that Nepal carries enormous potentials in the academic, banking, and tourism sector where the youths can constructively engage themselves to bring economic gains to the nation.
Mahesh Swar, Director of Citizen Life Insurance emphasized the need for passion and dedication to be successful. Similarly, Sudeep Acharya, MD of Dish Home, when asked about social entrepreneurship, said that entrepreneurs should not make money for the sake of it but in a way that all the stakeholders are benefitted.
To conclude the event, Ms. Rashmi Sharma Mainali, Director of the college gave best wishes to all in the organizing committee and a vote of thanks to the Chief Guest and dignitaries. She emphasized the importance of such discussions in students' life in knowing real-life business situations. Mr. Rajan Koirala, CBO of Edusanjal and Emcee, Ms. Medha Koirala, Miss Nepal International, 2015 made the program interesting and smooth-sailing. The event was made appealing by musical and dance performances by BBA and MBA students of the college.
The participants including students, guests, faculty, and management, all enjoyed and cheered the event. More than 10,000 viewers viewed the discussion through different online sources.