SURKHET, Aug 5: Sudip Sigdel of Solukhumbu has not completed higher secondary level of education yet. While he pays around 50,000 to the school for his 18-month course, he says that he has been able to earn more than that from his agricultural skills.
KATHMANDU, Dec 3: Tribhuvan University (TU) has stopped accepting forms for private examinations under its Master's Degree courses. The move comes in line with the decision taken by the country's largest and oldest university in mid-February to scrap the courses.
KATHMANDU, May 21: In response to students demand from Nepal, LBS has introduced a new intake for selected Post Graduate Business courses in January, with accelerated study programs to allow earlier completion.
KATHMANDU, Sept 5: National College, Baluwatar in affiliation with Kathmandu University is offering courses in Bachelor’s of Development Studies (BDevS), Bachelor’s in Development Finance (BDFin) and Bachelor’s of Social Sciences (BoSS).
On June 16, the Office of the Controller of Examinations (OCE) published the results of the first Secondary Education Examination (SEE), previously known as the School Leaving Certificate (SLC) exams. Since then, SEE graduates have been wandering around in groups in order to check out colleges. After the publication of the results, colleges, especially those in the cities, have been flocked with students who have come from different corners of the country to find a college that is good enough for them.