KATHMANDU, Aug 26: “A person without art, music, and literature is just like an animal without a tail.” This is one of the moral lessons mentioned in ‘Hitopadesha’. Likewise, one can have a true characteristic of humans, only after having the knowledge of these very things. Realizing this fact, schools these days include art, music, and literature in their curriculum.
KATHMANDU, Aug 5: In course of developing 240 model public schools in the country, the Ministry of Education (MoE) has started selecting public schools from earthquake ravaged 14 districts in the first phase to upgrade them.
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.
KATHMANDU, July 6: Many religious schools in the country are operating without official registration and concerned government bodies are unaware of how they are operating and what they are doing in these schools.
KATHMANDU, July 5: Although the government introduced letter grading system in School Leaving Certificate exams with much ado, it seems little attention was paid to accommodate an overwhelming number of students who are now eligible to enroll for grade 11 studies or apply for vocational courses.
KATHMANDU, June 25:With the new academic session just around the corner, some higher secondary schools in Kathmandu Valley have started collecting additional amount for the admission process against the guidelines of the government regulatory body. However, the concerned authority hasn't taken any action against them.
BHAKTAPUR, June 18: The Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) has directed higher secondary schools across the country to complete the new enrollment of students in Grade 11 by July 30 and start the classes on July 31.