MAHOTTARI, Nov 26: A student of Baasbitti Secondary School in Ramgopalpur Municipality-1 of Mahottari has died after falling from the stairs while trying to access the internet by climbing on it. The deceased has been identified as Sandeep Mahato, 18, of Balwa Municipality-1, according to the police.
It’s December 11, 2019, Wednesday. As I write this it’s past midnight. Just in six hours, I have a lesson. It is winter and not that easy for students to arrive early in the morning and stay in the class, but they do. I have to appreciate the students for their desire to learn and their dedication compels and inspires me to teach them better. So I have to be very careful in what I plan to teach. The students I will be teaching after few hours are in Bachelor’s level but their English is not up to the standard.
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.
KATHMANDU, July 6: Although this year’s SEE results disappointed some community schools with their students securing low in GPA, there was a moment of glory for Balkalyan Secondary School as a visually impaired student at the school, Lokesh Dangi, topped the SEE in Rolpa.
SYDNEY, June 4: Australia’s top-ranked university said on Tuesday hackers breached its cyber defenses late last year to obtain sensitive data of students, including bank account numbers and passport details, going back nearly two decades.
School and college life can be pretty tough. And often times, parents and teachers make it harder by setting unattainable goals for the students. Psychologists say that cases of fatigue, burnout, and anxiety are quite common among student these days because of the all the pressure that’s heaped on them. But little things can help.
KATHMANDU, March 25: The first day of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) of grade 10 concluded peacefully with students sitting for their English paper examination. No major untoward incident was reported on Sunday.
KATHMANDU, March 14: The Indian Embassy on Wednesday awarded 200 Golden Jubilee Scholarships to meritorious Nepali students for continuing their studies in various undergraduate courses at Universities and Colleges in Nepal for the academic year 2018-2019.
KAVREPALANCHOWK, Jan 15: A girl student who went on a school trip from Uma Sahasikshyalaya Higher Secondary School based in Mandan Deupur Municipality-11, Gairathok has remained out of contact for the past four days.
ILAM, July 31: Introduction of the semester system in masters' level programs by Tribhuvan University has affected student enrollment in campuses affiliated to it in the hilly districts of the eastern region. In some campuses, the number of enrollment in the masters programs has gone down to zero.
RAMECHHAP, May 15: An eleventh grader of Manthali Municipality, who had left home on Monday to appear for the grade 11 exam, has gone missing in flood triggered by heavy rainfall which started from Sunday midnight.
KATHMANDU, May 5: Student unions protesting against the 'illegal' hike in tuition fees by private schools staged demonstration by blowing whistles in front of the offices of local body chiefs and deputy chiefs on Friday. The unions demand, among other things, revocation of the hiked fees.
KATHMANDU, May 3: Demanding revocation of the hiked tuition fees, five student unions affiliated to different political parties padlocked the private schools organizations indefinitely across the country on Wednesday.
KATHMANDU, April 29: Five student unions affiliated to different political parties submitted a two-point memorandum on Sunday to Finance Minister Dr Yuba Raj Khatiwada, demanding allocation of at least 20 percent budget to the education sector for the upcoming fiscal year.
KATHMANDU, April 27: Three student unions affiliated to different political parties have submitted memorandums to all 753 local bodies demanding revocation of the "illegal fee hikes" at private schools.
KATHMANDU, April 6: The student unions affiliated to the three major political parties submitted a memorandum to Minister for Education, Science and Technology, Giriraj Mani Pokharel on Thursday, demanding that the government scrap the ninth amendment to the Education Act and cancel the fee hike by private schools.
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, Mar 20: Three student unions affiliated to three major political parties protested in front of Maitighar Mandala and called for an indefinite educational strike from Sunday if their demands are not to be fulfilled.
Erik Erikson, a German psychologist and psychoanalyst, has developed a theory of psychosocial development that he says occurs in eight stages. One of them is role confusion vs identity which occurs during the adolescence period i.e. 12 to 18 years. In this phase, adolescents are constantly trying to figure out who they are along with their role in the society. When faced with new behaviors, beyond one’s personal experiences, an adolescent has a hard time coping up with the changes, which ultimately lead to conflict.
AMBALA, Mar 14:Students of SRM College of Technical Education here on Tuesday smashed glasses and window panes of cars, blocked the Chandigarh-Naraingarh road for two hours and pelted stones at the police after a 19-year-old student allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself on the college premises.
BERLIN, Mar 2: The young rebel behind a political campaign that could cause turmoil across Europe looks like a typical German university student — he’s usually in sneakers, jeans and a hoodie, has soft features, short blond hair and an overall polite demeanor.
PARKLAND, Feb 15: A former student opened fire with a semi-automatic rifle at a Florida high school Wednesday, killing at least 17 people and sending hundreds of students fleeing into the streets in the nation’s deadliest school shooting since a gunman attacked an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut.
KATHMANDU, Feb 5: A day after the Medical Education Probe Commission (MEPC) recommended to the prime minister to suspend 43 officials for being involved in irregularities while issuing affiliation to private medical colleges, student unions on Monday demanded the resignation of top officials of Tribhuvan University (TU).
KATHMANDU, Jan 4: All Nepal National Free Students Union (ANNFSU), the sister organization of CPN-UML and All Nepal National Independent Students Union Revolutionary (ANNISU-R) affiliated to CPN (Maoist Center) have staged a sit-in in front of Nepal Oil Corporation (NOC), state-owned oil monopoly on Thursday.
KATHMANDU,Dec 21: EO Global Student Entrepreneur Awards (GSEA), an entrepreneurs’ organization global competition was held at Silver Mountain School of Hotel Management, Lainchaur on Wednesday. The event organized in collaboration with EO (Entrepreneurs Organization) Nepal and NYEF (Nepalese Young Entrepreneurs Forum) aimed at empowering student entrepreneurs to become the world’s more influential change makers.
Problems are vital units of life. Life and problem are inter-related; life is possible because of problems. And it’s the crucial job of humans to get a solution for those problems. What if something vital has problematic backlashes? We address the problem, find the solution but can’t apply it. And we just remain in forlorn and degrade ourselves. Gradually, we end up losing all our confidence and feel useless.
KATHMANDU, Dec 13: The semester system enforced for the first time at Master's level in Tribhuvan University (TU)-affiliated campuses of the Kathmandu Valley has not been implemented effectively due to the delay in conducting the first semester exams.
LOS ANGELES, Dec 7: It wasn’t Angelina Jolie or Jennifer Lawrence who got the most rousing applause at the Hollywood Reporter’s annual Women in Entertainment breakfast on Wednesday. It was a college freshman named Carla Arellano.