DARCHULA, April 3: Darchula's Mahakali municipality is to be developed as an educational city. The municipality has started consultations with different stakeholders of education as part of its preparation to develop educational city from coming academic year.
KHOTANG, Aug 5: Three boys who were part of a school educational tour have disappeared in Gokyo lake in Solukhumbu. Pemba Dorje Sherpa, 17, Pemba Nuru Sherpa, 16, and Sunil Baraili, 16, went missing on Saturday after they dived into the lake, which is situated 5,000 meters above the sea level.
PALPA, July 10: Bagnaskali rural municipality of Palpa has started to provide loans to promote self employment in agriculture and animal husbandry after youths present their education certificates as collateral.
A panel discussion entitled ‘Rethinking Educational Accountability’ was held at Bhrikutimandap Exhibition Hall on Saturday. The program was organized as a part of Nepal International Book Fair, by Global Exposition Management. A panel discussion was organized in collaboration between Canopy Nepal and Daya Foundation as a part of ‘Understanding Education’ in the same event.
PATNA, INDIA, May 28: In a bizarre incident, teachers of a Katihar school took the students on an excursion to Biratnagar in Nepal instead of scheduled visit to Vikramshila in Bhagalpur just to consume liquor, which is banned in Bihar.
KATHMANDU, Mar 30: Following protests from student unions, the government on Friday postponed the temporary teachers' exams scheduled to start from April 6. Following the government's decision, the student unions affiliated to the three major political parties - CPN-UML, CPN (Maoist Center) and Nepali Congress (NC) - also put off their indefinite educational strike scheduled to start on Sunday.
KATHMANDU, March 5: Demanding immediate release of the arrested cadres of their party, student union affiliated with the Nepal Communist Party led by Netra Bikram Chand enforced their second strike on education institutions in the course of 11 days.
NEPALGUNJ, August 21: As the recent flood swept away his books, copies, and uniform, Ramesh Dangi of Rapti Sonari Rural Municipality-4, Lalpur is worried about his studies. As the schools have resumed after the floods, he is wondering how he will go to his school now.
NEPALGUNJ, Aug 20: As the recent flood swept away his books, copies and uniform, Ramesh Dangi of Rapti Sonari Rural Municipality-4, Lalpur is worried about his studies. As the schools have resumed after the floods, he is wondering how he will go to his school now. He is a grade eight student at Dhampur based community school. "The teachers have already started teaching but I don't know how I will go to the school without books, copies and uniform," he wonders.
RITESH TRIPATHI, AJIT TIWARI, SURESH YADAV AND RAMESH KUMAR PAUDEL
BIRGUNJ, BIRATNAGAR, JANAKPUR and CHITWAN, June 18: A special team of police on Friday arrested seventeen doctors from Birgunj, Biratnagar, Janakpur and Chitwan allegedly for their fake educational certificates.
Itahari, June 10: Prime Minister and Purbanchal University Chancellor, KP Sharma Oli, has asserted that the Gothgaun area – where the varsity's central office is located – will now be developed as a centre of Nepali education.
The PM made the comment during a felicitations programme held at Sundardulari Municipality Gothgaun Northern Central Office by the Purbanchal University on late Thursday evening.