KMC teachers visit Bangladesh to learn skills

Published On: November 23, 2023 04:15 PM NPT By: Ruby Rauniyar

KATHMANDU, Nov 23: Some teachers and employees of Kathmandu Metropolitan City (KMC) have gone to Bangladesh.

Five employees and 20 teachers along with Sitaram Koirala, chief of the Education Department, have gone to Bangladesh on an educational visit to make a skill program implemented in public schools in the KMC from the current academic session more effective.

Nabin Manandhar, spokesperson for the KMC, said that since skill-based education is effective in Bangladesh among the countries of South Asia, the teachers of KMC were sent on an educational tour to learn those skills.

“Environment-friendly schools are also being operated in public schools in Bangladesh. In addition to learning about the skill program in education, our teachers will also learn about operating environmentally-friendly schools,” Spokesman Manandhar told Republica. He added, “At the invitation of the Bangladesh government, we have sent our teachers to Bangladesh by bus at a minimum cost.”

To make the program more advanced, a total of 25 teachers and staff were sent to Bangladesh on an educational visit on November 20. This team will return to Nepal on November 27. After that, the KMC will send another team to China.


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