KATHMANDU, August 16: The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) is preparing to conduct examinations for the selection of 12,000 new teachers across the country. The examination of the commission, which should be opened every six month, has not opened for the past three years. This inordinate delay has made some 717,105 new manpower with teaching permits unable to enter into the teaching profession.
KATHMANDU, August 10: When the National Examinations Board (NEB) postponed the Grade 12 examination without giving any alternative, a great confusion has arisen as to what will happen to the future of around 375,000 students. Education analysts say that the postponement of the examinations without any alternative has shown that the board has not prepared for the examination. The board had designated 4,335 examination centers for 375,000 students. The examination was scheduled to be conducted from August 15 to 21. That is, the board had stated that all the centers were home centers. The heads of the centers were instructed to use masks, sanitizers and maintain social distance while conducting the exams.
KATHMANDU, August 9: A total of 484,278 students had appeared for the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) this time. The National Education Board (NEB) verified the results sent by 11,600 schools and published the results on Saturday.
KATHMANDU, July 22: The government has decided to hold Grade XII examinations in the physical presence of students. The examination, which was halted due to high risk of COVID-19, will be held in the physical presence of students from August 15.
KATHMANDU, June 18: Over 100 nursing colleges that do not have their own building will not be able to admit students from the new academic session as per the binding rules of the National Medical Education Commission (NMEC).
KATHMANDU, Jan 17: The National Examination Board (NEB) is preparing to publish the results of Grade 12 by January 23. Chairman of the board, Chandra Mani Poudel said that the work of publishing the results has reached the final stage. He mentioned that the delay has been caused due to the negligence by the schools.
KATHMANDU, Dec 31: The education expenditure of students studying abroad has increased after most of them lost their jobs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the number of students leaving for higher education abroad has dropped sharply due to the pandemic, the expenditure for education purposes has not decreased.