As per the recent development, the house panel endorsed the amendment proposal on existing Some Nepal Acts making it mandatory for the aspiring students to have studied in government schools from class 6 to 10.
To meet the needs of 21st century in education, teachers have to become efficient in research-based teaching. The word ‘research’ might be intimidating for many teachers due to its fearful preconception that it is time-consuming, expensive, boring and frustrating. However, research carried out by teachers can be rewarding. Let me simplify the issue here.
KATHMANDU, Dec 11: The European Union in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) is launching a project on Mainstreaming Migration into International Cooperation and Development (MMICD) this week. This initiative is part of a follow-up of the previous assessment that found there was a need for improved coherence between migration, sustainable development, education and rural development.
Binod Shahi, president of Snow Yak Foundation, came in the top 50 out of 37,000 teachers in the Global Teacher Prize 2018. Shahi was recognized for his immense contribution in providing education to children of Dolpa, a part of Karnali Pradesh in Nepal.
ROLPA, Nov 27: ‘This figure illustrates the seven days of a week and this one is Nepal’s map. That one is pumpkin while this is a mustard plant,” a student from Namuna Primary School at Rolpa municipality-6, Kotgaun said while explaining the audience about the educational materials displayed during the exhibition.
Project Based Learning (PBL) is lately widely used in education as it makes learning livelier for students and can be used to achieve real goal. However, PBL trend is not altogether a new approach. As mentioned by Du, X M and Han, J (2016) in their article the history of PBL can be traced back to the progressive tradition advocated by John Dewey.
Founder of Nepal's first private engineering college - Nepal Engineering College (NEC), late Prof Deepak Bhattarai was remembered amidst a memorial event held in London. Born in 1951 and educated from India and the United Kingdom, Prof Bhattarai passed away on 28 October 2019 after a long battle with cancer
Priyanka Rani Joshi, who was crowned first runner up in the fourth edition of the En Vogue modeling contest in 2016, started modeling when she was 17 years old but she confesses that she never thought of modeling as a career option. Rather, it was just a hobby for her. Joshi says she has always prioritized education above all else and modeling was something she got into because she chanced upon it.
ARGHAKHANCHI, Sept 28 : Bal Basic School of Thati village in Sandhikharka Municipality of Arghakhanchi is ‘a school for the poor’. Well-off families hardly send their children to this school which has no proper classrooms, let alone advanced facilities.
'NAAER Australian Education Fair’ has been concluded in the capital on Thursday. Organized by Nepalese Association of Australian Education Representatives (NAAER) at Hotel Annapurna, the education fair welcomed hundreds of students, who came to know about various Australian colleges and universities.
SURKHET, Aug 27: The stakeholders have expressed commitment to make all schools safe within 10 years by implementing the Comprehensive School Safety Action Plan with the support of the local government.
KATHMANDU, Aug 7: A national review of government investment in school sector development conducted by the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology has shown that 72 percent of students in Grade V has failed to achieve basic minimum learning in mathematics.
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.
PARBAT, July 18: Technology-friendly education, which was mostly limited to schools in cities and towns until a few years ago has reached remote villages in recent years. With internet connectivity getting more comprehensive, schools in rural areas these days compete for digital excellence.
I put out my hand,
I put out my hand.
I get given a pencil,
I get given a beating.
My teacher begins to speak,
My teacher begins to speak.
I don’t understand what’s being taught,
I don’t understand what’s being taught.
GORKHA, July 7: On Friday, Bhimsen Thapa Rural Municipality became the third local unit of Gorkha to publicize its policies and programs. So as to impress the locals, the rural municipality has announced some really interesting programs for the upcoming fiscal year.
I extend my warmest congratulations on your recent SEE results. If you have achieved what you deserved, be happy. If you haven’t got good grades, do not worry. The result is not always in our hands. Needless to say that it is not the sole indicator of your performance. So, relax and don’t lose your hope that you are capable of so many other amazing things.
KATHMANDU, June 26: The Fourth Walkathon will be organized coming Saturday in Kathmandu, to symbolically draw the attention of concerned authorities to the plight facing rural school children who around bound to walk for hours to get to education.
KATHMANDU, June 11: The International Conference on Internationalization of University Education organized by Tribhuvan University has adopted a 17-point declaration regarding reforms in higher education.
Nepali politicians fail to keep their promises, most of the times. They promised us prosperity and development, but they are nowhere in our sight. Instead, we are battling with same little problems—unpaved roads, dust pollution, unavailability of drinking water and so on.
CHITWAN, June 8: Manika Praja of Kunagaun village of Madi Municipality used to walk for over an hour everyday to reach her school located at Kharkatta village. While returning home, the distance would feel even longer as she would be exhausted due to the long hours of study at the school. Praja would have to walk for at least three hours every day to get education.
KATHMANDU, June 7: Nepal has the potential to double its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) per capita in the long run if it achieves the benchmarks of complete education and full health, the latest report of the World Bank states.
KATHMANDU, May 23: Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has called on community and private schools to work for the enhancement of quality education so that no Nepali have to go aboard in search of quality education.