Government To Make New Federal Education law

By Alisha Shrestha on Mar 06,2018 - 19:03

Government To Make New Federal Education law Government To Make New Federal Education law

For the implementation of constitutions, Government of Nepal is planning to pass two different education laws. According to the federal law of Nepal, a separate law is going to be made for an education, where education level up to secondary level will be free of cost.

The replacement of the education act of 2028 B.S. will take place after these two laws will be amended. The government had expressed commitment to bringing a new education act while passing the 9th amendment to the existing education act last year. 

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According to Dr. Hari Lamsal, speaker of the Education Ministry, a proposal for the law that includes the new federal education act and provision for the free of cost secondary level education has been handed over to the Nepal Law Commission. The bill will be soon submitted to House of Representatives.

In order to execute an academic institution, community appeals for fees and donation from parents of students. It is a prevalent problem in most of the places of Nepal. Similarly, it is also against the proclaims of constitutions. There have been many complaints lodged by people with the demand of free education, while Ministry of Education revealed that deficiency of budget is a hindrance to claim that demand- the demand of free education in Nepal.

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