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,
'Teachers in Training' programme concluded in Pokhara on Sunday adopting a 15-point declaration. The declaration, prepared with inputs from noted educationists of Nepal, highlighted the need to develop a robust educational community, frame time-relevant policy, reach out message to the concerned agency and further modernize education.
Darchula's Mahakali municipality is to be developed as an educational city. The municipality has started consultations with different stakeholders of education as part of its preparation to develop educational city from coming academic year. Having completed its consultation in its all nine wards, it is holding discussions with the people associated
A disabled-friendly school building has been constructed in Gorkha municipality-3, Nareswor. The newly-constructed building of Bindabasini Secondary School, which was hit hard by the 2015 Gorkha earthquake, is friendly to the children with different forms of disabilities.
Ghantaghar area in Birgunj remained tense with students chanting slogans in protest of the earlier disclosure of social studies question paper of SEE examination beginning today. The Examination Control Office of the State-2 held an emergency meeting after the question paper went viral through social media.
Prolific litterateur Basu Shashi was commemorated for his contributions to the enrichment of literature through the medium of Nepal language and Nepali language. On his 83rd birth anniversary celebrations in the capital on Tuesday, various speakers recalled the late Shashi as a literary personality with dignity.
Snowfall has occurred here again in the second week of Chait, leading to a dip in temperature and causing problem to the students who are appearing in the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) that is underway. The weather has become cold after the snowfall in the district which lies in the mountainous region.
The Education and Health Committee of the House of Representatives has directed the government to enforce and cause to enforce the fee scheme determined for the MBBS and BDS programmes under the faculty of medical sciences. It may be noted that the Council of Ministers on October 14 last year fixed Rs 3.85 million for the MBBS programme inside the
Nineteen offenders including 16 inmates from Biragunj prison have attended the Secondary Education Exam (SEE) here today. Three others are from child rehabilitation centre. They took the exam under tight security. Today is the first day of the nationwide exam for the students to complete Grade 10.
The Secondary Education Examination (SEE) is starting across the country from today. The exam starts at 8 am and the students are sitting for the English paper today on the first day of the examination. A total of 475,003 candidates are taking the examination throughout the country, Bishnu Adhikari, the examinations controller at the Office of the Controller of Examinations,
Two reports prepared after on-site visit and study have been presented in the meeting of the House of Representatives, Development and Technology Committee. These reports are related to the Kathmandu –Tarai Madhes Fast Track project and the Hulaki Marga (Postal Road) project in State-2.
Speaker of the House of Representatives Krishna Bahadur Mahara has said the existence of the private schools was not immediately endangered as the constitution has accepted the three-pillar economic policy envisioning a socialism-oriented nation. Inaugurating the 14th national convention of Private and Boarding Schools' Organization of Nepal (PABSON) here on Tuesday,
Four thousand one hundred and ninety school structures out of the total schools that were damaged by the Gorkha Earthquake of April, 2015 have been rebuilt so far. Of the schools reconstructed, 3368 were rebuilt through the school management committees (SMCs), 64 through the contractors 758 through the non-governmental organizations.
The model questions for the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) has been published by the National Examination Board (NEB). SEE used to be known as SLC previously. The exam will be starting from Chaitra 8, 2075-2076. The model questions for the SEE (SLC) examination 2075-2076 is posted below:
Youth education campaigners have demanded that the government should make education and health services free. Organising a press conference here today, the campaigners argued that this was necessary to ensure that no citizen would be deprived of their fundamental rights as right to education, health and employment.
Police have arrested former Chief Executive Officer of Gandaki Medical College, Santosh Prasad Khanal and Examination Controller, Laxman Prasad Sharma, on the charge of cheating. They were arrested after students of the college filed complaint against 10 persons including Chairperson of Board of Directors of Gandaki Medical College, saying they have overcharged education fee in MBBS programme.
Professional Education Consultancy is organizing Professional Australia Edu Fair 2019 this March. 18 renowned Universities & Colleges from Australia will be present in this Fair to provide valuable information about their respective institutions. This is a great opportunity for Nepali students aspiring to pursue higher education in Australia.