The Tribhuvan University (TU) has revised criteria for admission to Master's degree programs in Nepali and English subjects, allowing graduates from other disciplines to apply.
Only one student each is currently studying in grades 2 and 4 at Panchakanya Basic School of Rubung village, Kharpa, in Rawa Beshi Rural Municipalily-2, Khotang.
By TRN Online, Kathmandu, Nov. 29: Ambassador of Japan to Nepal, KIKUTA Yutaka, signed a grant contract with Babu Ram Gole, Executive Director of Kids of Kathmandu, for the construction of new classrooms at Shree Chandrawati Secondary School in Udayapur District.The signing ceremony was held at the Embassy of Japan in Kathmandu today.This project is funded under the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) of the Government of Japan and includes a grant of USD 65,298 (approximately NPR 8.5 million), according to a press release issued by the Japanese embassy today.Shree Chandrawati Secondary School was established in 1960 and has about 330 students. Some of the current school buildings are more than 30 years old, with many cracks in the walls and severe leaks in the roofs. They are also not earthquake-resistant. It is hardly a safe and suitable environment for learning and needs to be improved as soon as possible. This project aims to improve the educational environment by constructing new classroom buildings at the school and will be managed by Kids of Kathmandu, which has been working to improve the educational environment in Nepal. The Embassy of Japan believes that this project will provide a suitable learning environment for students and improve the quality of their education. We also hope that this assistance will further strengthen the friendship between the peoples of Japan and Nepal, including future generations. GGP was established to implement projects that directly benefit people at the grassroots level for the socio-economic development of communities. Since 1991, over 200 GGP projects have been completed in Nepal, read the press release.
The Tribhuvan University (TU) has decided to halt the perennial practice of distributing the 'kulapati padak (chancellor medal)' from this year. The medal was presented every year on the TU convocation day.
The South Asian International Book Fair 2023 held at Exhibition Hall at Bhrikutimandap, Kathmandu, has come to an end on Saturday, attracting as many as 25,000 visitors, according to the organizers.
Students learn from teachers to gain both theory and practical knowledge, aiming for a bright future. Every teacher wants their students to succeed, making their role essential for any profession to flourish. Student behaviour significantly influences the teaching environment. Before the COVID-19 era, education relied on traditional methods like whiteboards, textbooks, and face-to-face learning, making student behaviour more manageable. However, during and after the pandemic, teachers and students embraced new approaches, such as online classes, with both advantages and drawbacks. Unfortunately, student behaviour has been adversely affected. For instance, a top-performing student who onc
The South Asia International Book Fair 2023 has kicked off today in Kathmandu.
Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ said that the education system should be made simple, useful and self-sufficient.
Kathmandu University School of Law (KUSOL) is going to host an international conference on November 22-23 in Kathmandu to discuss federalism in Nepal
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The Madhes University has launched orientation classes for students enrolled in the Faculty of Law and Public Administration.
The National Examination Board (NEB) has announced the results of the Class 12 grade increment or supplementary examination today.
Twenty-five students pursuing MPhil and PhD programs in Development Studies at Kathmandu University School of Education (KUSOED) have shared knowledge with locals in Dhading.