Stories Tagged 'Education'
A new study by the World Bank and International Finance Corporation has picked out five priority sectors—tourism, agribusiness, education, health and information technology—that Nepal should focus on to boost sustainable investment and accelerate productivity for comprehensive economic growth. full story »
Our education system unconditionally conditions us to be conformists full story »
The Election Commission (EC) is like any other government agency in town. The hakim sahebs there know how to waste taxpayers’ money by purchasing luxury vehicles for themselves. The EC spent millions of Rupees on voter education and most of us were still confused when we went to the polls.full story »
The budget allocated to education and technology does not match the lofty goals set by the government.full story »
The resounding success of the Fifth Kantipur-Hissan Education Fair in Kathmandu encouraged a section of academia, students and parents to advise organising such expos all over Nepal for the benefit of citizens in other provinces.full story »
The government needs to ensure three times the funds currently allocated in order to guarantee constitutional rights of children to compulsory and free school education.full story »