DHADING, July 1: Most of the private schools in the country, basically those affluent ones, have run digital classes amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Millions of children, however, have not been able to attend such classes, thanks to the lack of digital technologies at their home.
UDAYPUR, Dec 2: Udaypur Traffic Police have started imparting awareness to tipper drivers in the district through on-the-road awareness classes. The traffic police took the initiative to start classes for tipper drivers and helpers following the alarming rate at which tippers have been causing accidents resulting in deaths and severe injuries.
KATHMANDU, July 15: The Metropolitan Traffic Police Division (MDTP) has started offering two-hour classes on road safety on the road itself to those crossing roads by not complying with the traffic rules.
KATHMANDU, July 4:Ten secondary schools based in Annapurna Annapurna Rural Municipality in Myagdi, the district in province 4, are likely to begin tele-teaching classes from the very first month of upcoming fiscal year. Preparations are going on in full-swing towards this end.
Under an accessibility program to educate rural children in Gorkha, English classes have been launched in Gorkha. The program organized by Calls over Ridges, an INGO based in Taiwan, aims at enhancing interpersonal and intrapersonal skills of school students.
CHITWAN, March 5: The Tribhuvan University (TU) is resuming classes in agriculture science after seven years in Chitwan. The classes under the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science have remained closed here for the past seven years following the government decision to provide land occupied by the Rampur Campus to the Agriculture and Forestry University.
DHADING, Jan 22: Sonisha Chepang walked two hours from her home to reach Sitamai Primary School of Rorang rural municipality-2. However, at 11:30 AM, there were neither teachers nor students. Some of students who had arrived were either basking in the Sun or playing. After the earthquake of April 25, 2015 destroyed their two room classroom, students have been studying under the open sky. However, with all the walks that students commute to study, neither students nor the teachers arrive on time.
KATHMANDU, Jan 16: KIST Medical College of Lalitpur, which remained closed for a month after its employees padlocked the college and its teaching hospital demanding a hike in salary, is opening from Tuesday after Patan High Court issued an order to open the hospital immediately.
KATHMANDU, Dec 11: Prospective MBBS students at medical colleges under the Institute of Medicine (IOM) have to wait for one more month for their academic classes to begin due to the delay by Tribhuvan University (TU) to decide on the allocation of MBBS seats at the medical colleges. MBBS classes at colleges under IOM were scheduled to begin from November 17.
KATHMANDU, Dec 10: Prospective MBBS students at medical colleges under the Institute of Medicine (IOM) have to wait for one more month for their academic classes to begin due to the delay by Tribhuvan University (TU) to decide on the allocation of MBBS seats at the medical colleges. MBBS classes at colleges under IOM were scheduled to begin from November 17.
Mary Katherine Greenlaw, the mayor of Fredericksburg, USA, along with other delegates visited the Kanjirowa National Secondary School, Kathmandu and talked with the students of the School about the education system, geographical and social aspects of the United States on Thursday.
KHOTANG, Sept 27: Financial literacy classes are being operated in Rupakot Majhuwagadi municipality of Khotang to help the locals better use the remittance money that enters the district from foreign employment. The classes aim to help the people save and utilize the remittance money by investing it in productive sectors to create a sustainable source of income.
KHOTANG, August 8: A school at Kulabhanyjang of Badakadiyale area in Khotehang rural municipality – 4 is running regular classes under makeshift roof cover after failing to replace the roof blown away during a windstorm four months ago.
HUMLA, July 30: After introducing multimedia classes instead of day-to-day lecture, Maandhara Higher Secondary School (MHSS) of Kharpunath Rural Municipality has seen an increase in attendance of students.
KAILALI, May 11: All academic institutes in Kailali that were closed for a couple of days due to the educational strike imposed by a student union close to CPN (Maoist) led by Netra Bikram Chand 'Biplav' restarted classes from Thurday.
Strasbourg (France), Jan 11: Muslim parents in Switzerland cannot refuse to send their daughters to school-run swimming lessons with boys, Europe's top rights court said Tuesday, dismissing a challenge by a Turkish-Swiss couple claiming the rule violated their beliefs.
SARLAHI, Jan 9: Eight-year-old Deepak Majhi has never been to school. Just like other children of the Mushahar community in Gadhetole of Sarlahi, he used to spend time either playing at home or helping parents in their work - at construction sites or in fields. However, his routine has changed these days.
ARGHAKHACHI, Jan 6: Fulmaya Chhetri, 63, had a great regret in life that she never got chance to go to school and learn - Ka, Kha. Dying as an illiterate was what she was loathing the most. However the local of Sandhikharka - 13 has a reason to rejoice now. After joining adult literacy classes run jointly by the government and non government organizations in her locality, Chhetri has learnt to read and write.
MELAMCHI, Sept 29: Some 500 students of Jalapadevi Secondary School in Melamchi Municipality, Sindhupalchowk district have been risking their lives every day by attending classes in a dilapidated building for over a year.
PYUTHAN, Aug 22: Although most of the schools in Pyuthan district reopened in mid-August after the end of monsoon vacation, classes have not resumed properly in lack of students. Children from villages hit by floods and landslides are still reluctant to go to school.
NEPALGUNJ, August 2: Seeing the destruction inflicted on her school by the floods from the Rapti River has deeply saddened Rekha Burma, a fourth-grader at Khalla Jhagadiya Lower Secondary School in Fatehpur-1of Banke.