Private schools have resumed online classes from today after talks with the government became positive. The private schools had closed online classes from July 16 asking their teachers and staffs to stay on unpaid leave, saying the schools could not provide them their salary as the government did not let them collect the tuition fees and did not provide them concessional loan.
The Private and Boarding School Organisation of Nepal (PABSON) has called on the government to recognise internal assessment as the base for the Secondary Education Examinations ( SEE) grading with the exams getting uncertain due to elongation of lockdown against COVID-19.
Policy-makers, experts and practitioners of technical vocational education and training (TVET) have highlighted the need for its reforms in terms of institutions, policy, and program so as to broaden its discernible contributions to the country's development.
Professor at the Tribhuvan University, Dr. Khagendra Prasad Luintel is to be honored with this year's International Nepali Literary Society (INLS) Ram Lama 'Abinashi' Talent Award.
NAMI College situated atJorpati hosted a Job Fair in partnership with Human Resocia on the 18th of July. The one-day event was held at NAMI College premises. This job fair was specially organised for BSc (Hons) Computing students.
Collaborative partnership between InfoDevelopers Pvt. Ltd. And NAMI gives NAMI students exposure to real-world industry experience.
A book exhibition organised by the Nepal Academy on the occasion of its 62nd anniversary concluded Sunday. During the two-week long exhibition, the Academy sold books worth Rs 700 thousand ranging from Rs 3 to Rs 1,400. According to exhibition coordinator Sudhir Dhungel, a copy of the Mahendra Prakashan Mala was available at Rs 3 while the price of Pragya-English-Nepali Dictionary was sold for Rs 1,400.
Chinese language is gaining ground in private schools being operated in and around Kathmandu Valley. It is being taught as supplementary language in 60 plus private schools in the federal capital. However, the government has yet to develop official curriculum and textbooks to teach Chinese language. in Nepal has arranged volunteers to expand Chinese language teaching in Nepal.
Rampur municipality here has announced a policy of providing free education up to the Master's level to daughters to be born henceforth in the municipality.
A family at Thadakhani of Raghuganga rural municipality-6 has financially assisted a local basic school to build infrastructure for running computer classes.
The sense of inclusion and non-discrimination is high among students of those schools ensuring the equal participation of students from rich and poor economic backgrounds.
The Embassy of India, Kathmandu has announced 200 Golden Jubilee Scholarships to meritorious Nepali students for continuing their studies in various undergraduate courses at various Universities and Colleges in Nepal for the academic year 2018-2019.
Nepali students wishing to pursue M.Phil and Ph.D degrees in the Buddhist University of Myanmar are to be offered full scholarship. Officials at Myanmar-based Universities have assured that scholarship could be provided to MA students graduated from Nepal's Lumbini Buddha University on any topics of Buddhism at its recommendation.