Police arrested a school principal on charge of stealing yellow metal and cash from the house of a local guardian. Kamala Joshi, Principal of Bhairabidevi Primary School at Melamchi municipality-11, Khanigaun in Sindhupalchowk, admitted that she stole gold weighing over two tola and cash Rs 3,000 from the house of local Maya Ghale after consuming alcohol there, said Area.
The teaching and learning of 'Folklore Science' has begun in Mid-West (Madhyapaschim) University in Karnali State, Surkhet The University has launched the teaching and learning of 'folklore science', first of its kind in Nepal, under the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Nepal’s Tribhuvan University has been ranked 251st to 300th on the list of Asia’s top universities published by the United Kingdom-based The Times Higher Education. TU’s ranking reached 801st to 1000th in the world.
Not allowing students go outside, entering the classroom with stout stick in one hand and a book in another, compelling them for rot learning of contents in every page; Are not these obsolete method of teaching students? Such teaching –learning practices are widely pervasive in school education of our country.
Minister for Science, Technology and Education Girirajmani Pokhrel has said the concept of a model school was introduced for the transformation of community schools. Stating that efforts for a decade of community schools transformation had begun, he made it clear that the government was working to connect education with science and technology.
The students with disabilities and pursuing higher studies can now get their academic certificates for free in all affiliate and constituent campuses of the Tribhuvan University. The students will also have their examination fee waived off, according to the Tribhuvan University.
Former Chief Justice Kalyan Kumar Shrestha has stressed the need to change the existing educational system. Inaugurating the newly-constructed building of Vidhyamandir Secondary School in Baglung municipality-3 on Wednesday, he underlined the need of education useful for life. The ex-CJ said a competent human resource could not be developed unless scientific, practical and skill-based education was delivered.
Former Health Minister and member of House of Representatives Khagaraj Adhikari underlined the need to educate science and technology in keeping with the demand of time.
The Agriculture and Forest University (AFU) based in Rampur, Chitwan has witnessed obstruction of its regular operation over a month. Regualr works including teaching and learning activity have been halted here after some agitating students misbehaved Assistant Dean of the Agriculture Faculty Bishnu Ojha on April 4.
President Bidya Devi Bhandari has said quality education is the need of the hour. In her address today to a school building handover ceremony at Baglung municipality-12, the President asserted that it was the responsibility of the State to ensure quality education to the present generation who in future are expected to contribute to the causes of nation.
Six community schools in Anbukhaireni rural municipality are on the verge of closure due to lack of teachers. The situation has surfaced after the results of the teachers' exam were published by the Education Service Commission.
The Tatopani rural municipality in Jumla has begun printing text books from Grade 1 to 3 in local Khas language. With the new books, the rural municipality is planning to begin classes in Khas language from mid-May. Chairperson of the rural municipality Nawaraj Neupane said the historical, religious and local language style have been included in the text books.
Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Giriraj Mani Pokharel has said that the community schools would be transformed by leaps and bound in terms of their quality within the coming 10 years. He said so while addressing to an interaction programme organised by Education Journalists' Group here on Friday.
The Embassy of Israel jointly with the Kathmandu University has marked the Israeli Holocaust Remembrance Day. A memorial ceremony was organized on Thursday amidst the presence of the professors, teachers and students of Kathmandu University in Dhulikhel to remember the six million Jews murdered during the Holocaust between 1939 -1945.
Bhim Bahadur Chhetri, a local of Galkot municipality-4, Kharuwa has announced to bear educational expenses of 10 children belonging to low income children. With the beginning of new educational session, he made the announcement to provide scholarship and bear educational expenses of the students up to grade 10.
Acting Chief Minister of State-3, Salikram Jamakattel has admitted that the education sector has not received proper attention for its development noting mismatch between education system and country need. He said this at an interaction on educational quality improvement of community schools organised by the Directorate of Education Development under the State-3 Ministry of Social Development.
Various stakeholders have stressed the need to link Nepal's education policy with skills and labour. At an interaction 'Nepal's present education system and today's necessary education policy' organized by Sanchar Kendra Nepal on Thursday, member-secretary of the Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) Pushpa Raman Wagle underlined
Nationwide school enrolment campaign has kicked off since Monday with the slogan 'Our town our village, bring all children to school'. The drive has been put in place across the country through all 753 local governments so as to bring out-of-school children to schools. The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology called for the nationwide enrollment campaign.
Students associated to Nepal Student Union (NSU) padlocked the central office of Sudurpaschim University at Bhimduttanagar in Kanchanpur for an indefinite period. NSU resorted to lock up the university office regarding the appointment of Vice-Chancellor. Kailash Chand, coordinator of NSU Sudurpaschim University central committee.
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) is all set to launch student enrollment campaign within its territory from coming April 15. According to KMC's Education Department, the enrollment drive is to be initiated so as to bring out-of-school children to formal education. At an orientation 'Appreciative Inquiry, development and quality education' organised by the Department,