KATHMANDU, July 5: Butwal-based Paramount English Boarding Higher Secondary School has been declared the champion of the western region in 'Real School of Nepal' contest organized by Dabur Nepal.

KATHMANDU, July 5: National Campaign for Education, Nepal has demanded action against the culprits behind a tragic incident took place at Taukhel-based Pushpanjali Secondary School in Lalitpur

ILAM, July 5: Gone are the days when only Brahmins could read Sanskrit, only Janajatis could pursue Buddhist education and those from Kirant communities could go through the holy book of Kirant. Unlike in the past, anyone regardless of caste, creed, religion, sex and community can now read those holy books in order to gain knowledge. Toribari, situated at Barbote VDC ward number one in Ilam district, illustrates the paradigm shift.

KATHMANDU, July 2: Minister for Home Affairs Shakti Basnet has committed to take action against the culprits of the Pushpanjali Boarding School incident as two students there were killed and 23 others injured when a wall of a land plotting slid and crashed on the premises of the School at Taukhel in Lalitpur on Friday.

PANCHTHAR, July 2: Police have arrested a school principal on the charge of thrashing a student in Panchthar district.

KATHMANDU, July 2: Two students were killed and 17 others injured when  a compound wall caved in at Pushpanjali Secondary School at Badegaun of Godawari Municipality, Lalitpur district on Friday.

KATHMANDU, July 1: 'English speaking zone'. Very few may wonder over this decal found generally on the walls of the private schools buildings. The essential of private schools in Nepal is- they are English medium schools, that is to say, speaking other languages except English is highly discouraged.

KATHMANDU, June30 : Everest Bank Ltd (EBL) is building a free drinking water facility in the premises of Ratna Rajya High Secondary School, Old Baneshwar, Kathmandu, as a part of its Corporate Social Responsibility.

KATHMANDU, June 29: At a time when certificates of medical doctors are being investigated, the Kathmandu District Education Office is all set to collect and scan academic certificates of teachers working at public schools of the district soon.

KATHMANDU, June28: Ideal School and Sainik Awasiya School secured their places in the girl's regional level event of the Coca Cola Inter-school Football Tournament as both the teams won their respective matches at Sano Gaucharan in Kathmandu on Tuesday.

GORKHA, June 28: The teachers affiliated with the government run schools in Gorkha are faced with a mandatory provision to bring along their school bags to work.

DANG, June 24: There are many things that political parties do to spread their ideologies. But opening a school to instill revolutionary ideologies in young children is unique to a school here.

KATHMANDU, June 25: Nepal Rastriya School defeated Ekta GEMS School 7-0 in the Coca Cola Inter-school Football Tournament (girls section) at Sano Gaucharan in Kathmandu on Friday.

JHAPA, June 21: Worries have found their way to a secondary school at Surunga in Kankai Municipality in Jhapa as many students lapsed into unconsciousness.

DOLAKHA, June 21:Shanti Siksha Abhiyan Nepal held a social audit program following the handover function of a newly-constructed building of Kutidanda Higher Secondary School in Bhimeshwar Municipality-12 of Dolakha district on Sunday.

WASHINGTON, June 10: A milestone has arrived for President Barack Obama: Daughter Malia is graduating from high school. The 17-year-old is receiving her diploma from the private Sidwell Friends School on Friday. Malia Obama was just 10 years old and longing for a promised puppy when her family moved into the White House.

GORKHA, June 9: A school in the district has been closed after four girl students showed strange behaviors on Thursday.  Vice-principal at Majhdhar High School at Swara-6, Santaman Gurung told Republica Online that the school was closed after the girls started weeping, crying and beating others for no reasons.

KATHMANDU, June 9: Concerned stakeholders have stressed on need for bringing 'transformation in school education' with an aim to produce human resources that can best suit the needs of present time.  At an interaction held by Global Action Nepal here, speakers warned the public education will not rise above current standard if prevalent trend and attitude persisted. They insisted on efforts from civil society for the transformation.

KATHMANDU, June 4: The restructuring of the education sector in Nepal could be now executed with the Legislature-Parliament unanimously passing the Education (Eighth Amendment) Bill- 2072 BS after an untiring effort of six years.