Radisson Hotel Kathmandu organizes “Jyoti Ko Paila”
Radisson Hotel Kathmandu recently organized “Jyoti Ko Paila”, an initiative to educate students of Shree Jyoti Secondary School, Jalapa, Khotang as a part of its corporate social responsibility with themes “Think Planet”, “Think Community” and “Think People.”
In the initiative organized in this week, 40 students of grade IX and X of Shree Jyoti Secondary School were hosted for an educational day tour at the hotel. The event started off with welcome greetings, brief introduction about hotel industry, career opportunities and hiring procedures which provided an insight to the students regarding the career possibilities in one of the largest industries of Nepal. The students, 95% of whom had never left their district before, were oriented with the operations of the 5-star hotel and were delighted by the experience, press release issued by the hotel reads.
Radisson Hotel Group is known globally for their responsible business practices. Likewise, Radisson Hotel Kathmandu has put up continuous effort by showing that they care about the lives of people outside the walls of their businesses by conducting numerous CSR activities every year. The company encourages and advocates on sharing resources with need-based entities to unite for common causes, the press release read.
Nepal Finance Limited opens new branch
Nepal Finance Limited (NFS) this opened a new branch at Bhurjungkhola in Machhapuchre Rural Municipality-2, Kaski. The branch became operational from April 4.
NFS, which is the first finance in Nepal to open through private sectors, was established in 1992. With its head office at Kamaladi, Kathmandu, NFS currently has branch offices in Pulchowk, Lalitpur; Banepa, Kavrepalanchowk; Murgiya, Rupandehi and Nawalpur, Gaindakot.
After the opening of the new branch in Kaski, NFS plans to expand its services with new branch offices at Dahnushadham, Janakpur and Hetuada, Makwanpur within this fiscal year. The finance company also plans to open services counter at Kantipath and Kalimati in Kathmandu within the same period.
The branch opening event was chaired by NFS’s Assistant CEO Bishnu Prasad Gautam, promoter/director Diprash Shakya and Chairman Prof. Hirendra Man Pradhan.
NIBL Ace Capital appointed registrar for NCC
NIBL Ace Capital Ltd has been appointed debenture registrar of Nepal Credit and Commerce Bank Ltd (NCC Bank). NCC Bank, formally registered as Nepal-Bank of Ceylon Ltd (NBOC), commenced its operation on October 14, 1996 as a joint venture with Bank of Ceylon, Sri Lanka.
The name of the bank was changed to NCC Bank on September 10, 2002, after transfer of shares and management of the bank from Bank of Ceylon to Nepali promoters.
The Debenture Registrar Service Agreement was signed recently between Rajesh Raj Dhungel, senior manager of NCC Bank, and Sachindra Dhungana, assistant general manager of NIBL Ace Capital Ltd.