Nepal for Technical Courses in Secondary School Education

Government is planning to make technical subjects compulsory in the secondary school education
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Nepal for Technical Courses in Secondary School Education

Nepal is serious about inculcating technical education in its school education system.

Nepal Minister for Education, Science & Technology Giriraj Mani Pokharel confirmed this in an event held on the occasion of Dashain festival held at Bardibas on October 16, 2018.

Addressing the gathering, Pokharel said the government will make it compulsory to incorporate technical subjects in the secondary-level school education curriculum starting from the next academic year.

Besides technical education, new subjects such as yoga, ayurveda, agriculture, forestry, and veterinary science would be part of the secondary level education, added the Minister.

It is noteworthy that incorporation of technical education is also part of the Nepal Government’s 25-year Long Term Vision to make the country a developed nation.

Nepal school education system is undergoing various phases of transformation since the recent past.

While the government is supporting them with new policy measures, Nepal’s foreign partners (Japan, Australia, US, Europe, etc.) have also been extending their fund and infrastructure support to Nepali education sector.

October 18, 2018 |

 
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