Biz Briefs

Three-day MBA grads

Kathmandu: The graduation ceremony of ‘The 3 day MBA’ concluded here on Sunday. yankuti, a South Asian Learning Center and Management Lab, organized the course targeting managers and entrepreneurs from August 19 to 21. ‘The 3 day MBA’ has been designed to enhance the capacity of managers and entrepreneurs and hone their strategic thinking and planning processes. The course teaches proper planning and marketing, operation management, human resource, business strategy, cooperative governance and business ethics. Ten trainers, experts in their field teach and refresh participants with new ideas and practices in respective fields. The trainers are Kapil Khanal, Prof Dr Kumud D Koirala, Narottam Aryal, Sushil Pant, Sagar Sharma, Dr Sushil B Mathema. Nirvan Chaudhary, Ranjit Achrya, Ravi KC and Sanat Neupane officiated as invitee lecturers. — HNS

Businessmen’s strike

SILGADI: Local businessmen have called a chakkajam in Far-Western Regional Headquarters, Dipayal, indefinitely over the issue of an altercation between two youths. The police team thrashed businessmen and arrested eight persons including a media person Bimal Bista. The businessmen have called for action against the police personnel and demanded an end to police excesses. Some 36 persons and police constable Prem Thakulla sustained minor injuries in the police operation. — RSS

Revenue collection

BHAKTAPUR: Bhaktapur District Land Revenue Office collected Rs 440 million revenue in the last fiscal. Though the office had aimed to collect Rs 243,500,000, it exceeded

the target by almost double, said

official Rohit Kumar Bhattarai. The office endorsed a total of 33,119 women-owned 12,859 land plots’ ownership and Rs 40 million were discounted to them. — RSS

India’s teledensity up

KATHMANDU: India ended the month of July with 479.04 million telephone subscribers (mobile and fixed), up by 3.06 per cent from 464.82 million in June. Teledensity in India has reached 41.08 per cent, according to data from Indian telecom regulator Trai. The wireless and mobile (GSM, CDMA, fixed wireless phone) subscriber base stood at 441.66 million. — HNS