Stories Tagged 'Education'
In its election manifesto, unveiled in November 2017, the left alliance, now the unified Nepal Communist Party, pledged to allocate 20 percent of the national budget for the education sector.full story »
As most parents in the community go to India for work, daughters are busy helping run the household. full story »
Over a year has passed since the country embarked on the journey of federalism with elected governments taking charge, but the central government is still taking steps—one after another—to continue its presence and dominance felt at the local level, mainly in the education sector.full story »
Gyanita Rai, who is married to a Chepang man in Chitwan district, has been teaching at a school in a remote Chepang village for the past five years. But Rai does not only teach at the school.full story »
Taking bold policy measures to uplift the quality of education has remained long overdue full story »
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 »