Hamrobazar, Nepal’s FREE online classified marketplace, successfully held another student partnership program aimed at bridging the gap between students and industry experts at Advanced College of Engineering and Management, Kalanki, Kathmandu, on Tuesday. The event commenced with an introduction to Hamrobazar and its program partners: Bajaj Pulsar and Nepcom Services, setting the stage for a day full of insights and interactive sessions.
The highlight of the event was the keynote speech delivered by Mr. Rohit Tiwari, the CEO of Hamrobazar.com, Nepal’s FREE online classified marketplace. He began by introducing Hamrobazar and its revenue sources, which includes boosted ads, local advertisements, and HB Select where handpicked properties and automobiles are marketed in return for success fees.He then discussed what he neglected/ missed during his college time, which was to study and work at the same time. Additionally, he advised engaging with teachers as they are free consultants for students, taking risks in college when responsibilities are low, and focusing on learning rather than fearing failure.
Following the keynote address, students participated in the insightful Pulsar Pathshala session. This educational session focused on teaching about motorcycle accessories and their importance. Experts led the students in understanding the right usage of these accessories, emphasising safety and following rules. Furthermore, valuable guidance was provided on effectively utilising motorcycles for commuting. The session peaked with an exciting chance for eager students to test drive the 2023 NS200, offering them a hands-on experience into the bike’s power and capabilities.
As the day unfolded, the event further transformed into a platform for enjoyment and interaction. Students wholeheartedly participated in a variety of games, competing for the opportunity to secure enticing prizes. Moreover, there were numerous giveaways, offering students the chance to win attractive gifts.
In conclusion, the Hamrobazar event at Advanced College of Engineering and Management succeeded in its objective of connecting students with industry experts. Through a combination of inspiring talks, educational sessions, and engaging games, attendees departed with a wealth of knowledge and unforgettable memories.
Hamrobazar plans to hold similar 100 programs within a year. The next event is scheduled to be at Acme College of Engineering on August 21.