The government launched the 'Literate Nepal Campaign' a decade back, but 16 districts, including eight in Madhesh province, are yet to be declared as achieving the 'fully literate' status.
The 56th International Literacy Day is being observed in Nepal today with the theme 'Transforming Literacy Learning Space'.
Enhancement in the learning process has been stressed to see better results in the secondary level education results.
In a meeting of the House of Representatives (HoR) today, the lower house members expressed their concern over 'politicisation' in Universities and demanded the reforms.
The National Examination Board (NEB) has made public the results of grade 12 exams.
According to Jung Bahadur Aryal, head of the administration division of the NEB, the result of Grade 12 is likely to be made public.
Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba pledged to provide additional land for development of physical infrastructures in the Shanker Dev Campus in Kathmandu.
The National Examination Board (NEB) has made final preparations to announce the Grade 12 results today.
The CPN (UML) has drawn the serious attention of the parliament, saying a sister organisation and individuals close to the ruling party carried out lockout and vandalism at the Tribhuvan University and also attempted an attack on the university office-bearers.
The Embassy of Israel and METC – MASHAV Educational Training Center Israel together with School Support Group have organized the workshop on pedagogical innovation for educators of Nepal.
Tribhuvan University has demanded the government's security stating that it has been receiving threats from a student union.
Altogether 15 personnel for conducting the exam were taken across the river instead of taking the students to the previously set exam center as it was easier for taking the exam officials across the river than bringing the students to the exam center.
Principal Devi Dutta Poudel said seven girl students fainted in two days after complaining of headache, nausea and high-pitched cry.