KATHMANDU, April 6: Thirty-eight Nepali students have won the Outstanding Cambridge Learner Awards for their exceptional performance in the June 2017 and November 2017 Cambridge exam series, said British Council, Nepal.
The students from schools across Nepal were felicitated at the awards ceremony organized by the British Council at the Himalayan Hotel, Patan on Friday.
“We are thrilled to see students from across Nepal exhibit their desire for learning and accomplish their goals. These remarkable results in Cambridge examinations would not have been achieved without the efforts and devotion of teachers and constant support from the families of these students. Congratulations to all the students and we wish them all the luck for their future endeavors,” a statement issued by the British Council quoted Ruchira Ghosh, regional director of Cambridge International for South Asia, as saying.
Jim O'Neill, country exams manager at British Council Nepal, attributed the successes to the students and their families, to their school teachers and academic management staff.
“There is room in a healthy education sector for a variety of providers and for study option in both local and foreign curriculum. The awards announced today are testimony to the quality of the Cambridge International A Level Program and its value to Nepal education sector,” said O'Neill. “As British Council moves toward its 60th year in Nepal, opening access to UK qualifications remains a genuine highlight of our work.”
Cambridge International, with the support of the British Council, Nepal, is also working to create a new support network for Cambridge schools in Nepal, reads the statement.