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KATHMANDU: Under Connecting Classroom Project, the British Council Nepal (BCN) awarded International School Award (ISA) to 11 Nepali schools and reaccredited two schools, states a BCN press release. The programme was held on September 15. The Award is endorsed and supported by the Ministry of Education. Twenty-five schools from eight districts of Nepal had submitted their dossier out of 100 schools initially working on ISA. Full Award is granted to 11 schools out of these 25 dossier submissions. Two schools that were […]

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Education System in Nepal   Education School/Level Grade From Grade To Age From Age To Years Notes Primary Primary 1 5 6 11 5 School Leaving Certificate at Grade 10 Middle Lower Secondary 6 8 12 14 3 Secondary Lower Secondary 9 10 15 16 2 Secondary Higher Secondary 11 12 17 18 2 Vocational Vocational Tertiary Tertiary   Primary Education Nepal has ambitious plans in place to turn education around by 2015 and ensure that every Nepalese child has an equal […]

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  Who are you trying to help? What issue are you trying to address? The Better Life Social Organisation is a social service organisation in Nepal that aims to assist the most marginalized and futureless communities as well as farmers. We focus on women’s livelihoods, children’s education, providing balanced diets for young children, the welfare of orphans, teaching English in schools and monasteries, health care services, securing children’s rights, and agricultural development. What is your project and how will it help? Currently […]

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Deafness may be congenital or a result of a childhood illness like Measles, meningitis, high fever or any infection that goes untreated. In Nepal, there are families with multiple children with deafness and more often than not they are diagnosed much later than they would have been in a developing country. There is a school in Pruwanchal that serves the wide terai community by offering standard classes from grades 1 to 7. The children soon learn Nepali sign language, lip reading and […]

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A classroom is that place where students learn to ask questions, discover new things about the world and become more learned people. Failure of the teachers to engage students and provoke curiosity in them might lead to students being bored and inattentive. YUKTA BAJRACHARYA That feeling of restlessness and disinterest in what’s happening around you, we are of course familiar with it. Yes, the kingdom of boredom is a known turf for most of us. Boredom can strike anywhere but in a […]

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Grade combination, using other resource persons available in the area and better seating arrangements could be some of the strategies to ensure student-centred and activity-oriented Multi-grade Teaching in schools.  Shambhu Prasad Lohani The rapid expansion of primary education during the last few decades and the goal of universalising primary education have increasingly drawn the attention of educational planners in Nepal towards the multi-grade teaching system. The mountainous topography of the country has created a severe problem in transport and communication. The rapid […]

Multi-grade Teaching in Nepal


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia International Schools There are few international schools, which have distance learning centers in Nepal. They are : Bivha International School <http://bivha.in> Madras university Indra Gandhi University (IGNOU) Bivha International school also offer “Scholarship” for higher studies in India. Scholarship are for : Medical, Para-medical, mass communication,science, SLC & CLC (10th & 12th). As per Ministry of Education Nepal, Bivha International school , IGNOU, Sikkim Manipal degree are valid in Nepal.[1] All these institute have their “Admission” Cum Learning Center […]

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By Rachael Fulton   Team 2012: Student Volunteer Abroad team in NepalChloe Pratt    &amp;amp;nbsp;&amp;amp;nbsp; &amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;a href=”http://oas.stv.tv/RealMedia/ads/click_nx.ads/local.stv.tv/glasgow/magazine/221225-glasgow-university-students-build-schools-in-nepal-with-sva/11368247860@Frame1″ target=”_blank”&amp;amp;amp;amp;gt; &amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;img src=”http://oas.stv.tv/RealMedia/ads/adstream_nx.ads/local.stv.tv/glasgow/magazine/221225-glasgow-university-students-build-schools-in-nepal-with-sva/11368247860@Frame1″ alt=”” /&amp;amp;amp;amp;gt; &amp;amp;amp;amp;lt;/a&amp;amp;amp;amp;gt; “Snakes come out of the grass in monsoon season. I couldn’t believe we were working around poisonous snakes!” These are the words of Glasgow University student Chloe Pratt, 21, who spent six weeks in Nepal last year as part of a project for the Student Volunteers Abroad programme – a student run, not-for-profit organisation based at the university. The […]

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Nepalese children study at Everest International School Japan in Tokyo’s Suginami Ward. (Atsushi Takahashi) By ATSUSHI TAKAHASHI/ Staff Writer The beginning of the school year always finds classrooms full of the happy laughter and smiling faces of eager schoolchildren anxious for what lies ahead. The smiles were even broader this April at Tokyo’s Everest International School Japan in Suginami Ward, where the long-cherished hopes of Nepalese citizens living in Japan finally came to fruition. It was one of the first days of […]

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Prof Dr Mana Prasad Wagley REPUBLICA There is a lot of debate surrounding school education in developing countries like Nepal. The argument centers on whether the state is best suited to educate all its young, or if the private sector should be allowed to promote quality education. The jury in Nepal is still out. But following the government’s issuance of the Private and Boarding School Directive 2013 to regulate private schools, private school operators feel the odds have been stacked heavily against […]

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Complete News – Nepal education plagued by corruption   Published on Apr 19, 2013 http://www.youtube.com/CompleteNews Despite school enrolment figures rising, over half of the population in Nepal is still unable to read and write.   In developing countries like Nepal, a good education comes at a price. But the name of this school means education for all.   Uttam Sanjel once wanted to be a Bollywood actor. He now runs the largest network of private schools in Nepal. Classes are taught in English and […]

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Dailekh: A lower secondary school at Sigaudi VDC in the district is finding it hard to provide education to children for want of physical infrastructure. Though the roof of a four-room building of the Nepal Rastriya Lower Secondary School was destroyed in monsoon last year, the authorities concerned have not paid attention towards repairing it, said Headmaster Dhan Bahadur Bohara. He said he urged the authorities concerned for help time and again, but to no avail. “We faced severe difficulties to teach […]

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