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170 schools left in lurch after govt fund stopped (ht 20/07/2017)

Sluggish reconstruction of quake-hit schools (ht 18/07/2017), Funds crunch set to affect school reconstruction (rep 19/07/2017)

School reconstruction gaining momentum (kp 15/07/2017)

Madrasas facing budgetary constraint as govt fails to release grants on time (ht 15/07/2017)

Post-quake education: Widening disparities, by Vikash Raj Satyal (ht 14/07/2017)

Rautahat dropouts going to school again (ht 13/07/2017)

Humla children sell timbers to cover education expenses, by Janak Bahadur Shahi (rep 13/07/2017)

Consumer awareness to be taught in school (kp 12/07/2017)

Govt to implement ‘One school one library’ campaign (kp 10/07/2017)

Manang declared fully literate district (ht 08/07/2017)

Jajarkot school kids urge local reps to address their concerns (ht 06/07/2017)

More budget sought for education sector (ht 05/07/2017)

MoE issues 18-point directive (ht 03/07/2017)

Unequal and unfair education, by Neraz Tuladhar (kp 30/06/2017)

DEO axe falls on seven more schools in Siraha district (ht 28/06/2017)

Bardibas school constructs child-friendly infrastructures with public support, by Mahesh Kumar Das (rep 24/06/2017)

Call to promote sexuality education among adolescents (ht 23/06/2017)

Achham’s female candidates for compulsory girl child education, by Menuka Dhungana (kp 22/06/2017)

Four-day school closure for polls (kp 20/06/2017) [Schools cannot be closed often enough!]

Reconstruction of schools snail-paced: DPM Shrestha (ht 16/06/2017)

Not catching them young: Even before children have learnt to read or write, they have learnt to hate school, by Prajeet Bajpai (nt 16/06/2017)

École Française Internationale de Katmandou turns 30: Studying in a French school is not only about learning the French language, it is also about participating in a French-style education, interview with Joël Keller (nt 16/06/2017)

PMO: Deploy edu officers to 283 local units (kp 15/06/2017)

Grade 12 examination: Question papers via email call officials into question: Panel recommends action against eight, including exam controller, by Binod Ghimire (kp 13/02/2017)

Heatwave: 4-day school closure in Kanchanpur, by Bhawani Bhatta (kp 06/06/2017)

Bill Committee endorses Education Regulation 2073 (ht 03/06/2017)

4-day Kantipur Hissan Edu-Fair kicks off (kp 02/06/2017), Large turnout on 2nd day of edu fair (kp 03/06/2017), Kantipur Hissan education fair
draws record number of visitors
(kp 04/06/2017)

Schools shut for months in Bajura with teachers absent (ht 02/06/2017)

Local levels to manage secondary education (ht 30/05/2017), New budget hands over of secondary education responsibility to local govts, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 30/05/2017)

Un-learning: The SLC might now be called the SEE, but has it fundamentally changed how we teach and how we learn?, bys Ruby Basnyat (kp 27/05/2017)

Deal on reducing hiked school fees in limbo: On April 28, various student unions and the Ministry of Education (MoE) had agreed to reduce within 15 days the fees illegally increased by various private schools (rep 26/05/2017)

Inclusive education: A must for disabled, by Dev Datta Joshi (ht 25/05/2017)

SDG 4 : Quality education for all: It is high time we ensured that every child from every community goes to school, by Prabal Gurung (kp 23/05/2017)

Windstorms blow school roofs away; classes halted (kp 21/05/2017)

Crux of the matter: A focus on the formative years of childhood helps students perform better in their later academic life, by Byanjana Sharma (kp 19/05/2017)

Over 50% children without textbooks in Rupandehi, by Rekha Bhusal (rep 17/05/2017)

School upgradation in limbo in Bara (kp 15/05/2017)

4.4 million school textbooks yet to be printed (rep 12/05/2017)

Playing with our future: Perhaps it is because public schools have been disproportionately affected by the quakes that the authorities’ response has been so slow, by Deepak Thapa (kp 04/05/2017)

Kailali schools to remain shut amid protest over fee hike (ht 04/05/2017)

EC wants schools closed for 7 days for May 14 polls (rep 04/05/2017) [Why?]

Textbook shortage in Parsa hits students (ht 03/05/2017)

Jha criticises Education Ministry’s inaction over private school fee hike (kp 01/05/2017)

High schools: Education is the most neglected service in two of Nepal’s most neglected districts, by Pawan Dhakal (nt 28/04/2017)

NEB Exams Controller Santosh Aryal sacked: Aryal is linked with the shortage of question papers for grade 12 exams (kp 27/04/2017), SLCE question paper shortage in some districts, exam chief suspended (rep 27/04/2017)

Over 100 Valley schools padlocked over exorbitant fees (kp 27/04/2017), Fee hike protest will continue (kp 28/04/2017), Unions padlock 175 private schools against fee hike: SLCE exams not affected (rep 28/04/2017), Govt agrees to reduce illegally hiked school fees within 15 days (rep 29/04/2017)

A school where learning is fun: An exemplary school in Khotang gives emphasis to practical education, by Daman Rai (rep 27/04/2017)

Annual drive for education begins today; This year’s focus will be on Goal 4 of Sustainable Development Goals which states ‘Ensure Inclusive and Quality Education for all and Promote lifelong learning’ (kp 26/04/2017)

Right to Education, by Pawan Timilsina (ht 23/04/2017)

Entrepreneurial Thinking In Education, by Kushal Pokharel (rn 23/04/2017)

Badi kids out of school in Bajhang, by Basanta Pratap Singh (kp 19/04/2017)

Semester misalignments: There is still no teaching-to-assessment alignment. The attempt to introduce new forms of assessment may have added new misalignments, by Shyam Sharma  (rep 19/04/2017)

Student unions want pvt school fees regulated: Unions claim that private educational institutions have increased fees by up to 200 percent from this session (kp 19/04/2017), MoE directs govt bodies to monitor fee hikes in pvt schools (rep 21/04/2017)

JSSK fails to meet book printing deadline, again: 14 million school textbooks prepared so far, 5.5 million yet to be printed, by Binod Ghimire (kp 18/04/2017)

Farmers’ income goes on kids’ education (kp 18/04/2017)

SLCE for 12th graders from April 23, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 17/04/2017), 11,880 security personnel for SLCE starting from April 23 (rep 18/04/2017)

Roadblock In Education Reform, by Mukti Rijal (rn 13/04/2017)

Teaching in English medium helps public schools thrive, by Ajit Tiwari (rep 12/04/2017)

Utter negligence by DEOs encourages schools to arbitrarily hike fees, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 11/04/2017)

Kids sans birth certificate deprived of education (ht 06/04/2017)

Donors concerned about education in new local set-up: Ministry comes up with action plan (kp 05/04/2017)

School for disabled struggles to continue, by Arjun Bhushal (rep 05/04/2017)

Education for disabled: Our curriculum is still not disable-friendly and hence not accessible to children with visual and hearing impairments, by Sudarshan Neupane (rep 05/04/2017)

Govt unable to check pvt school fee hikes, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 04/04/2017)

Ministry, chief secy at odds over education regulations: Somlal Subedi rejects Education Regulations for discussion in the Cabinet arguing that the rules go against the jurisdiction of the newly created local level units (kp 27/03/2017)

One third school books left to print (kp 26/03/2017)

Government schools emptying: A case from Surkhet, by Kalendra Sejuwal (rep 25/03/2017)

SEE concludes, results within 90 days, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 25/03/2017)

Nine Sindhuli schools to be merged (ht 24/03/2017)

Students in Hardeni miss classes to fetch drinking water (ht 24/03/2017)

The Israeli way: Nepal’s education system can learn a few things from Israel, like dropout prevention, by Umesh Raj Regmi (kp 23/03/2017)

Lack of classrooms affecting children’s education: Students of various grades taught under the same tattered tarpaulin, by Narahari Sapkota (rep 22/03/2017)

Dalit children crush stones to buy books, by Janak KC (rep 22/03/2017)

Quality continues to remain major challenge: The sooner drop-out rates improve, the better it is, say experts, by Binod Ghimire (kp 21/03/2017)

Private sector in education Unprecedented growth in last two decades: Despite education being a service-oriented sector, it has become vibrant from a business point of view, by Sanjeev Giri (kp 21/03/2017)

As private schools hog the limelight, all is not lost for public institutions: Some public schools have performed exceptionally well despite limitations (kp 21/03/2017)

Election hampers printing of school textbooks, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 21/03/2017), Perennial shortage: Why the state-supported publication house can never print textbooks on time needs investigation (kp 22/03/2017)

609 examinees absent in Saptari SEE (ht 20/03/2017)

Education ministry 'confused' about status of DEOs, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 20/03/2017)

Laptops for quake-hit schools in Lalitpur (ht 18/03/2017)

Educationists call for competent leadership in community schools (ht 18/03/2017)

Students unlikely to get textbooks on time: One third of JSSK machines to print ballot papers, by Binod Ghimire (kp 17/03/2017)

Secondary Education Exam begins today (kp 16/03/2017), 171 disqualified, four visually impaired take SEE on first day (ht 17/03/2017), SEE for Grade 10 begins, 538,182 students sitting for exams (rep 17/03/2017), SEE invigilators helping students cheat in exams (ht 18/03/2017)

Secondary Education Exams start on Thursday (kp 14/03/2017), Girls outnumber boys across country in Grade 10: SEE in lieu of SLC for Grade 10, total of 538,182 taking exams from March 16, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 14/03/2017)

Girls’ education: Failed programme, by Chun Bahadur Gurung (ht 14/03/2017)

Quality education: The root of all solutions, by Ayushma Basnyat (rep 10/03/2017)

Education Regulation to be forwarded to cabinet in a week (rep 09/2017)

Quake-hit schools being rebuilt in Ramechhap (ht 04/03/2017)

Rebuilding of schools delayed in Okhaldhunga, by Kumbharaj Rai (kp 03/03/2017)

Schools reopen but teachers yet to return from vacation (rep 03/03/2017)

‘Avoid use of schools as polling centres’ (ht 03/03/2017)

Kids in Chepang village spend time playing in lack of school, by Ramesh Kumar Paudel (rep 02/03/2017)

New plan pushes for better access to quality education (ht 02/03/2017)

Printing ballot papers to affect textbooks availability: Only 50 percent school textbooks printed to date, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 28/02/2017)

Textbook shortage in Manang (kp 24/02/2017)

Remote Chitwan settlements left without school after earthquake, by Bimal Khatiwada (kp 23/02/2017)

Sajha to Help JEMC print school textbooks (kp 18/02/2017)

Post-quake reconstruction: Education of thousands of students in jeopardy; MoE at wit’s end as govt scrambles to generate fund to rebuild schools, by Binod Ghimire (kp 17/02/2017), Reconstruction of 4,067 quake-damaged schools yet to begin, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 20/02/2017)

Education sector tops list of complaints filed at CIAA (ht 12/02/2017)

Kuchbadhiya kids deprived of education, by Janak Nepal (kp 10/02/2017)

Down and out: Government schools need to improve; making education free is not the solution - at least for now, by Shail Suman Silwal (kp 10/02/2017)

Education In 21st Century, by Kushal Pokharel (rn 04/02/2017)

Inclusive education: Disabled students should be equipped with basic academic and adequate life skills, by Umesh Raj Regmi (kp 03/02/2017)

School lavatory without  water (kp 02/02/2017)

The ‘English’ debate: Three million children in Nepal are now studying in private schools that market their English medium instruction, by Chura Bahadur Thapa (rep 01/02/2017)

irls enrollment & retention in school: DoE to launch project in 3 Tarai districts (kp 31/01/2017)

Lack of Braille textbooks leaves visually impaired students worried, by Pradeep Menyangbo (kp 30/01/2017)

Contract inked for improved academic environment in community schools (ht 26/012/2017)

Schools turning into playground for politicians, by Raju Adhikari (rep 25/01/2017)

No records of students returning from abroad, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 24/01/2017)

School Education Reform At Cross-roads, by Prem Khatry (rn 17/01/2017)

Government school's dilemma: Free or quality education?, by Devendra Basnet (rep 17/01/2017)

Not a single textbook printed for primary schools (rep 16/01/2017), Manage adequate textbooks for new academic session, govt told (ht 18/01/2017)

OCE to conduct School Education Exams this year: The Grade 10 exams  will start on March 16.  The 11-day test will  conclude with practicals on March 27 (kp 14/01/2017)

Rebuilding of earthquake-hit schools in limbo, by Harbihar Singh Rathour (kp 10/01/2017)

Community schools with less number of students face problem of survival (ht 10/01/2017)

Battling illiteracy: Youths launch tuition classes for community's children, by Santosh Singh (rep 09/01/2017)

Public schools facing existential crisis, by Anita Shrestha (ht 08/01/2017), Merger crisis: It is high time that the government reviewed its old policies in the education sector so that the local communities prefer to send their kids to public schools (ht 09/01/2017)

27 Tharu girls get bicycles: Creating Possibilities has been organising bicycle programme to encourage girls to go to school (kp 07/01/2017)

Upper Mustang students take classes in mobile school (ht 06/01/2017)

Literacy classes making women's life easier, by Arjun Bhushal (rep 06/01/2017)

Trending : Australian education: A record number of Nepali students are heading to university Down Under, by Jessica Cortis (nt 06/01/2017)

JEMC gets one week to start printing textbooks (rep 05/01/2017)

Snowfall shuts schools in Northern Gorkha, by Narahari Sapkota (rep 04/01/2017)

NEB and CTEVT without chairperson and member-secretary for months (rep 04/01/2017)

Implementation of Education Regulation delayed (rep 03/01/2017)

Politicized schools: Political parties compete for top school posts so that they get to use school budgets as they like, by Ishwar Rauniyar (rep 02/01/2017)

A Gurukul struggling against odds in Gorkha, by Narahari Sapkota (rep 31/12/2016)

Schools far from becoming peace zones (ht 25/12/2016)

Manang schools shut for three months (ht 17/12/2016)

MoF yet to give nod to education regulation: Parliament endorsed the regulation six months ago in line with the eighth amendment in the Education Act (kp 14/12/2016), ‘New Education Regulation within 15 days’ (ht 14/12/2016), Proposed Education Regulation gathering dust at Ministry of Finance (ht 16/12/2016)

Child-friendly community schools attract students (ht 11/12/2016)

Conference aims to promote inclusive education (ht 08/12/2016)

Mindset needs to change: There are numerous obstacles to inclusive education for children with disabilities; Disabled people are often subjected to inhuman treatment and are largely perceived as requiring charity as opposed to rights, by Devdatta Joshi (kp 07/12/2016)

NGOs complain of irregularities in girls' education program, by Madan Thakur (rep 07/12/2016)

Price list of textbooks for new academic session made public (ht 06/12/2016), Signs of delay: While price and quality are important factors, they will be nothing if the textbooks are not made available to all the students across the country on time (ht 07/12/2016)

School sector development: Rhetoric and reality, by Santosh Gautam (ht 06/12/2016)

Journalism of ‘Pusti’: Children today are fish in technological waters. Media education should thus be part of the curricula from primary school level, by Dharma Adhikari (rep 06/12/2016)

DEOs told to set up technical committees to implement SSDP (ht 30/11/2016)

School running classes under open sky after its old building falls apart, by Khagendra Awasthi (kp 28/11/2016)

300 schools without classrooms in Sindhupalchok, by Anish Tiwari (kp 26/11/2016)

Towards Contextual Education, by Balmukunda Regmi (rn 26/11/2016)

Two teachers handling 100 students (ht 26/11/2016)

Safe education for all: Structural inequalities and patriarchal attitudes continue to affect women’s schooling, by Renu Adhikari Rajbhandari (kp 25/11/2016)

Corporal punishment rampant in pvt schools (ht 24/11/2016)

Nat’l Audio Library awaits proper maintenance, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 20/11/2016)

Lack of toilets keeping girls away from schools (kp 20/11/2016)

Old plan, new plan: Despite all its efforts, govt has not come even close to bridging the gap between private and public education, by Kahar Singh Khadka (kp 20/11/2016)

No room to read: For a metropolis of its size, Kathmandu has alarmingly few libraries. Nepal is not so poor as not to be able to afford a couple of libraries in its major cities and towns, by Mohan Guragain (kp 19/11/2016)

Girls Education Summit begins today (ht 18/11/2016)

Rethinking education: Instead of promoting broader and innovative thinking and making them learn with joy, schools treat children much like machines, by Anjali Subedi (rep 17/11/2016)

Free, compulsory education sought by Sub-panel (ht 16/11/2016)

Lack of bridge increasing school dropout rate: Children failing to reach school as there’s no safer means to cross river; Schoolkids of Kanjabhoj, Kutiyakbhar, Shantinagar areas have to pay Rs 5 every time they take the boat to get across (kp 16/11/2016)

Community school students still studying in temporary classrooms, by Pratap Bista (kp 16/11/2016)

Govt to offer vocational training to jobless youth (kp 15/11/2016)

Classes being run for Dalit girls, by Byas Shankar Upadhyay (ht 13/11/2016)

NPABSAN protests against proposed Education Regulations (ht 12/11/2016)

39 pc child literacy gap between rich and poor: CBS, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 10/11/2016)

Edu Ministry: Junior grades must for Plus Two institutes (kp 09/11/2016)

Rautahat Muslims breaking barriers to girls’ education: Around 400 girls from the Muslim community are studying in Jamiya Khadijatul Kubra School (ht 09/11/2016), Muslim daughters start going to school, by Madan Thakur (rep 10/11/2016)

7 regional boards to conduct school exams (kp 07/11/2016)

Private schools pushing own interests in education regulations, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 05/11/2016)

Our poor schools: A government school in Waling, Syangja, is still in almost the same state as it was twenty five years back, by Dinkar Nepal (rep 05/11/2016)

Combating bullying: Students should be taught that they should not tolerate any form of aggressive behavior and harassment in schools and the community, by Neha KC (rep 05/11/2016)

Preschool worries: Starting school for the first time is a big step, both for parents and children but there is some level of stress involved with it too, by Usha Pokharel (rep 05/11/2016)

Revamping Education Sector, by Mukti Rijal (rn 03/11/2016), Education ministry set to implement School Sector Development Plan (ht 03/11/2016)

School for Dalits lies in a sorry state (ht 29/10/2016) [Why is there a special school for Dalit children at all?]

Educating girls, and through them villages: How JNFEA has set up a model project for learning and teaching culture (kp 28/10/2016)

Govt nod for ambitious SSDP, by Binod Ghimire (kp 27/10/2016), Cautiously optimistic Without a time-bound framework, new plan will not lead to significant school reforms (kp 28/10/2016)

Schools closed after dengue outbreak in Chitwan towns (kp 26/10/2016)

Kids deprived of education after losing school to landslide, by Ananda Gautam (kp 26/10/2016)

Economic progress: Invest in 10-year-old girls, by Giulia Vallese (ht 21/10/2016)

OCE to conduct Grade X exams this year too, by Kokila KC (ht 19/10/2015) [Continued confusion because of inactivity of government and administration means a violation of the fundamental rights of the students!]

Importance of education emphasized to alleviate poverty, by Suresh Yadav (rep 19/10/2016)

Dropout rates up in Kanchanpur schools (ht 18/10/2016)

Children unable to reach school after cable crossing fails, by Hari Krishna Gautam (rep 18/10/2016)

School reconstruction yet to gather pace, by Pushpa Raj Acharya (ht 16/10/2016)

Textbooks for new session unlikely to be printed on time (ht 08/10/2016) [Same procedure as every year!!], Again and again: The short supply of school textbooks has considerably affected the teaching and learning process in many schools in a number of districts each year (ht 14/10/2016)

MoEd to begin reconstruction of 307 schools within this fiscal: Fate of 4,300 quake-hit schools is still uncertain (ht 08/10/2016)

One million kids still out of school: Report (ht 07/10/2016)

Food for thinking: It turns out gender discrimination is a good thing for girl students in government schools, by Om Astha Rai (nt 07/10/2016)

Action plan for education reform made public (ht 07/10/2016)

MoE transfers DEOs in 50 districts (kp 04/10/2016)

Reconstruction of ADB-assisted school projects begin (ht 04/10/2016)

Govt elevates 92 schools to secondary status (rep 03/10/2016)

On mature reflection: What is clearly missing from community schools is incentives to the management system and teachers, by Labisha Uprety (kp 02/10/2016)

Of two minds: If Nepalis world over have done well, it is because English has become accessible to many students, by Sujeev Shakya (kp 27/09/2016)

Education in federal set up discussed (rep 20/09/2016)

Pvt schools defy govt rules on fee restructure, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 19/09/2016)

Libraries in Panchthar losing readers (ht 11/09/2016)

MoE to develop 1,000 ‘model schools’ (ht 08/09/2016)

Reconstruction of damaged Kavre schools left in limbo (ht 08/09/2016)

Guru Secondary School named best in Midwest, by Raj Bahadur Shahi (kp 07/09/2016)

30 more districts to be declared fully literate (ht 03/09/2016)

Students yet to get textbooks in Bajura (ht 03/09/2016)

Book rooms in sorry state as country marks 9th Library Day: According to Library Archival Management Committee, there are 41,272 libraries in the country (kp 01/09/2016)

'New laws needed to overhaul education system' (rep 01/09/2016)

Public schools in Kathmandu Valley switching to English medium (rep 29/08/2016)

Native language teaching fails to impress Tharu community (kp 24/08/2016) [Such offer for classes I-V means nothing! You also need textbooks and other materials. And especially, you have to extinguish the monolinguistic curricula that were forced by King Mahendras Panchayat politics and you have to give ethnic languages and cultures a perspective!]

Public finance in schools: Policies should be made flexible so as to enable local stakeholders to use public money more creatively, by Shak Bahadur Budhathoki (kp 23/08/2016)

Activity-based instruction: Our schools need it, by Shree Prasad Devkota and Dhundi Raj Giri (ht 23/08/2016)

DEO begins process of scrapping 13 schools (ht 23/08/2016) [related to Lalitpur]

Monitoring of public schools mired in formalities (rep 22/08/2016)

Schools get more time to apply for additional subjects (ht 18/08/2016)

Classes hampered as displaced victims occupy school, by Bira Gadal (rep 18/08/2016)

11 community schools merged in Dhading (ht 18/08/2016)

ANNISU-R strike closes academic institutions (ht 16/08/2016) [Strikes are not means of protest in the educational system but a violation of the fundamental rights of the students!]

Classes in huts after Flood-hit take shelter in school, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 14/08/2ß16)

Jajarkot school running classes out in the open, by Bhim Bahadur Singh (kp 10/08/2016)

Quake-hit schools in 31 districts to be rebuilt within 3 years, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 10/08/2016)

Govt schools sans school management committee (rep 10/08/2016)

Textbook delivery hit in Mugu (kp 10/08/2016)

13 Kaski schools to be merged (ht 10/08/2016)

Unequal citizens: The focus on numbers is creating a generation of frustrated graduates (kp 09/08/2016)

Language poses barrier to learning, by Anita Shrestha (ht 09/0/2016) [!!]

How Palpa is making great strides to keep kids in school: Out-of-school children numbers down to 604 from 9,200 in 2011, by Madhav Aryal (kp 08/08/2016)

School education: Study paints bleak picture of learning achievement, by Binod Ghimire (kp 06/08/2016), Girls outdo boys (kp 06/08/2016)

DEOs block bank accounts of schools (ht 06/08/2016)

Homecoming: Why Nepalis who studied abroad are choosing to come home in growing numbers, by Ugyen Lama (nt 05/08/2016)

Floods, landslides damage 14 schools in Parbat (ht 04/08/2016)

Budget shortage delays reconstruction of schools (ht 03/08/2016)

Quake-resistant buildings for school (ht 03/08/2016)

Assess impact of landslides, floods on schools, DEOs told (ht 01/08/2016)

NCED to run virtual classes in 11 earthquake-affected districts (ht 29/07/2016)

The quest to go virtual (rep 29/07/2016)

Govt ill-prepared to ensure free school education (rep 28/07/2016)

MCCN sister wings warn of indefinite school closure (kp 26/07/2016) [The closure of schools is criminal and idiotic!]

Schools fail to follow arts curriculum (ht 25/07/2016)

Stage set for Kathmandu Post Career Edufair: Over 150 colleges, universities and educational consultancies from Nepal and abroad participating in the three-day event (kp 22/07/2016), Kathmandu Post Career Edufair kicks off, Students flock to event to learn about courses, by Prasun Sangroula (kp 23/07/2016), Fair catching fancy of visiting students (kp 24/07/2016), The Kathmandu Post Edufair concludes with stunning success (kp 25/07/2016)

Task force formed to review school fee fixation criteria (ht 18/07/2016)

Power and discourse: Lack of an inclusive education system makes Nepalis ignorant of each other’s cultures and ways of life, by Abhishek Mallik (kp 12/07/2016)

Where classes are run in veranda (ht 08/07/2016)

Campaigns for literacy, by Bicram Rijal (rep 08/07/2016)

Education and publicity: Adopting the new grading system without ensuring quality will have serious consequences, by David Kainee (kp 07/07/2016)

Education and policy: A stark case of inconsistency can be seen in the government’s  policy as a result of pressure exerted by private school operators, by Shak Bahadur Budhathoki (kp 05/07/2016)

Education Act to be amended: Pokhrel (ht 04/07/2016)

Amended Education Bill And Issue Of Quality, by Kushal Pokharel (rn 02/07/2016)

How safe are our school buildings?, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 02/07/2016)

HSEB formally transformed into National Examination Board (ht 01/07/2016), National Examination Board comes into being (rep 01/07/2016)

A model government school: How does a community school in Bhaktapur achieve almost 100 per cent in SLC results year after year?, by Shreejana Shrestha (nt 01/07/2016)

President authenticates amended Education Act (kp 30/06/2016), School Mismanagement Committee: The eighth amendment to the Education Act rectifies one mistake and commits another, by Om Astha Rai (nt 01/07/2016), Grading the grades: The new letter grading system for school exams, though well-intentioned, has left everyone confused, by Sahina Shrestha (nt 01/07/2016)

Community-based School Management: The Role Politics Plays, by Mukti Rijal (rn 30/06/2016)

UNICEF: 69m kids could die from preventable causes by 2030: Only 41pc poorest has access to early childhood education in Nepal (kp 29/06/2016) [see UNICEF report]

Floodwater enters quake-hit school, disrupts classes (ht 29/06/2016) [Many thanks to this irresponsible and incompetent government and adminstration!]

Students encouraged to pursue technical education (ht 29/06/2016)

Letter grading system confusing students (ht 28/06/2016)

Welcome Step In A Limbo, by Prem Khatry (rn 28/06/2016)

Education still not a priority in disaster responses: Report:  An estimated 3.2 million children in Nepal were affected, both physically and mentally, by the 2015 April earthquake (kp 23/06/2016), ‘Education not getting due priority’ (ht 23/06/2016)

Govt urged to ensure free education for all (ht 22/06/2016)

Baglung declared fully literate (ht 19/06/2016)

SLC results out, new school system in: 10-year schooling practice comes to end after over eight decades; 97 percent students eligible to enrol themselves in Grade 11, by Binod Ghimire (kp 17/06/2016), Students utterly at sea over SLC results: Experts blame govt for failing to demystify letter grading system, by Binod Ghimire (kp 19/06/2016), New SLC grading system reflects students’ capability better, interview with Mana Prasad Wagle (kp 20/06/2016), A+ SLC Result And New Problems, by Nandalal Tiwari (rn 20/06/2016)

Consolidated education act in offing, says Minister Pokharel (ht 16/06/2016)

Still a lot to learn: Reducing the disparity between public and private education should be the government’s main concern, by Kahar Singh Khadka (kp 14/06/2016)

A crisis of care: Why is Nepal’s education system so tattered?, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 11/06/2016)

Stage set for the 10th ECAN Edu Fair (kp 10/06/2016), Leaving on a jet plane, by Binod Ghimire (kp 10/06/2016), Most preferred destinations (kp 10/06/2016), Look before you leap (kp 10/06/2016), 10th ECAN education fair kicks off in Capital (kp 11/06/2016)

Girl students continue to face discrimination, by Binod Ghimire (kp 07/06/2016), The battle continues: Nation should introspect and change its attitude towards educating girls (kp 08/06/2016)

School enrollment campaign becomes ineffective, by Rekha Bhusal (rep 07/06/2016)

House paves way for phasing out SLC, by Binod Ghimire (kp 05/06/2016), A fair shake: Twelve years of school was long overdue but a lot depends on how we go about it (kp 06/06/2016), School termination exams now in Grade XII (ht 06/06/2016), SLC after class 12 under amended Education Act (kp 06/06/2016), School Leaving Certificate exam after grade 12: When new provisions come into force, students will be able to join any stream after completing tenth grade (kp 08/06/2016), Students preparing for SLC in dilemma, by Kokila KC (ht 08/06/2016), Revised act requires new private schools to operate under trusts (rep 08/06/2016), Education Act Amendment: Focus Should Be On Quality, by Mukti Rijal (rn 09/06/2016), Bill bars opening of schools as company, by Ram Kumar Kamat (rep 09/06/2016), Flawed provision: The new bar will have the effect of driving away any entrepreneur who would like to enter into the education sector (ht 10/06/2016), Existing school system to prevail until new curriculum is developed (rep 15/06/2016)

Two-year ‘every last child’ drive gets under way: Campaign aims to reach the most deprived girls in the four target districts (kp 05/06/2016)

Over 300 schools being reconstructed in Tanahun (ht 05/06/2016)

A history of interruptions: A look at a few different forces, political and otherwise, that continue to shape Nepal’s educational landscape, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 04/06/2016)

Catching up: Although it is the home district of Education Minister Giriraj Mani Pokhrel, the literacy rate in Mahottari is only 46 per cent, by Santa Gaha Magar (nt 03/06/2016)

Action sought against schools charging high fees (ht 01/06/2016), Pvt schools going above govt ceiling, by Binod Ghimire (kp 02/06/2016), Clarification sought from private schools over fee hikes (rep 02/06/2016)

Rural Jhapa villages yearn for secondary schools, by Raju Adhikari (rep 31/05/2016)

Advertising of schools: Is it good for consumers?, by Shree Prasad Devkota, Ramesh Chaulagain and Shiba Bagale (ht 30/05/2016)

Students facing hard time in makeshift classrooms, by Sudp Kaini (kp 29/05/2016)

Special focus on schools (kp 29/05/2016), Rs 1.2t school plan announced with little cash: Only Rs3b secured of Rs240b expected from donors, by Binod Ghimire (kp 30/05/2016), NCE-Nepal slams budget for education (ht 31/05/2016), Budget does little to uplift quality of education: Educationists (rep 31/05/2016)

Keeping children in classrooms: Nearly 550 schools were damaged in Kavre, and 90 per cent of the classes are running in temporary learning centres (TLCs), by Sahina Shrestha (nt 27/05/2016)

Lead exposure affecting schoolchildren’s growth (ht 26/05/2016)

Construction of school block left in limbo for nine years (ht 26/05/2016)

House panel finalises bill to amend Edu Act (kp 25/05/2016), House panel endorses bill on Education Act amendment: Provision for registration of private schools as cooperatives scrapped under pressure, by Binod Ghimire (kp 26/05/2016)

Win-all: Schools must do more to bring students out of their classrooms and into the community, by Elisha Shrestha (rep 25/05/2016)

Children overburdened with heavy schoolbags, by Kokila KC (kp 22/05/2016)

Many children still out of schools in Mahottari, by Mahesh Kumar Das (rep 21/05/2016)

Pvt school lobby jostles to stop edu reforms (kp 21/05/2016)

Distributors padlock JEMC to protest textbook shortfall (rep 20/05/2016)

Govt launching school reconstruction today (ht 19/05/2016)

Pvt schools charging high fees (kp 18/05/2016)

NCE seeks more budget for education (ht 17/05/2016)

Early childhood development: Importance of preschools, by Neha K.C. (ht 16/05/2016)

Pvt schools serve seven days’ ultimatum to govt (ht 14/05/2016)

Student crunch hits schools, by Tekendra Deuba (ht 14/05/2016)

EU, UNICEF to build 650 learning centres (kp 12/05/2016)

Non-formal Education: Tool For Civic Education, by Mukti Rijal (rn 12/05/2016)

NCE hails govt’s policy and programme (ht 12/05/2016)

Falling education standard: Community school teachers held responsible (ht 10/05/2016)

MoE to intensify monitoring of schools (ht 09/05/2016), Joint secy-led high level teams begin school fee monitoring (ht 10/05/2016), School monitoring continues (ht 11/05/2016)

Madrasas demand status on par with government schools (ht 09/05/2016)

Terrified students: Schools are overburdening small children with work to appear modern and standard, by Meghraj Rasaili (kp 08/05/2016)

Student unions join govt team to review school fees: Ministry of Education forms two teams to reveiw tuition and admission fees of private schools (kp 07/05/2016), High-level committee formed to monitor schools: Schools will be directed to return fees charged against the rules (ht 07/05/2016)

Community schools charging fee (ht 06/05/2016)

Private schools flouting govt directives, by Kokila KC (ht 05/05/2016)

DoE starts monitoring schools in Valley (ht 04/05/2016)

ANNISU-R declares closure of Valley schools (ht 03/05/2016)

Private Schools & TU Professors: Saga Of A Sweet/Sour Relation, by Prem Khatry (rn 03/05/2016)

Up to 19,000 children out of school in Kapilvastu, by Manoj Poudel (kp 01/05/2016)

Students’ safety in schools, colleges in question, by Kokila KC (ht 28/04/2016)

Community schools thriving in Nawalparasi (ht 28/04/2016)

Private schools hike fee, disregard Supreme Court order (ht 28/04/2016), Not so fast: The Education Ministry's directive on fee ceilings and basic standards has upset private schools, by Umesh Raj Regmi (kp 29/04/2016)

Education ministry to upgrade 125 TLCs (ht 27/04/2016)

Classroom roofs blown away (ht 27/04/2016)

New academic session, a time to ‘milk’ parents, by Raju Adhikari (rep 25/04/2016)

Safer schools: Children are still inside buildings not knowing when the roof would collapse, by Prajjwal Kumar Dahal (kp 24/04/2016)

Community schools in Kaski attracting hordes of students (ht 23/04/2016)

Rs. 1.7 million collected through social media to construct school blocks, by Bira Gadal (rep 23/04/2016)

Textbook shortage hits students in many districts (kp 22/04/2016), Saptari students face textbook shortage (ht 22/04/2016)

Over 13,000 children out of school in Sindhuli (ht 22/04/2016)

Community schools face textbook shortage (kp 21/04/2016)

Federal Constitution Focus On Restructuring Education, by Mukti Rijal (rn 21/04/2016)

Theory and practical tests in SLC exams to be marked separately (ht 20/04/2016)

Children pick, sell berries to pay for school, by Janak KC (rep 20/04/2016)

Schools refuse to heed govt directives (ht 20/04/2016)

Textbooks crunch hits far-west (ht 20/04/2016)

CDC starts monitoring price of school textbooks (ht 19/04/2016)

Plus II curriculum revision in final phase (ht 19/04/2916)

Tech education helping Karnali communities, by LP Devkota (kp 18/04/2016)

Textbook distribution begins (ht 18/04/2016)

School enrollment campaign launched (ht 16/04/2016)

Community schools on enrolment drive, by Pratikshya Kafle (kp 15/04/2016)

A bad lesson: Inclusion of real guardians in the SMC and barring party politics in school need effective enforcement, by Shak Bahadur Budhathoki (kp 12/04/2016)

SLC examinations conclude (ht 12/04/2016)

Public school students unlikely to get coursebooks on time (ht 11/04/2016)

Teacher detains SLC student over fee row, by Purna BK (kp 08/04/2016)

Testing times: General view is if late-night mugging can lead to a good performance, other performances become immaterial, by Deepak Thapa (kp 07/04/2016)

Printing of school textbooks completed, claims JEMC, by Kokila KC (ht 07/04/2016)

Community Schools: Dismal return on investment, by Arjun Oli (rep 06/04/2016)

Guardians demand implementation of fee fixation directives (ht 05/04/2016)

Attention policymakers: Our education system is still imparting skills taught to our forefathers or grandfathers, by Hari Sharma (kp 03/04/2016)

Lack of infrastructure, teachers hit Bajura schools (ht 03/04/2016)

The order of education: The SLC is but the culmination of 10 years of the same system, one designed to churn out students who are little more than automatons, by Pranaya SJB Rana (kp 02/04/2016)

Tarai examinees return dejected (kp 01/04/2016) [Highest responsibility goes to the top politicians' way to push the constitution through!]

In praise of misfits: Spatial skills are particularly untapped in countries like Nepal, by Amita P. Sen (kp 01/04/2016)

First day of SLC examinations passes off peacefully and ‘fairly’ (ht 01/04/2016), SLC examinations kick off (ht 01/04/2016)

Quake-hit SLC students have difficulty preparing for finals, by Prakash Adhikari (kp 30/03/2016)

SLC students at sea over grading system: 615,553 taking the exam that is set to start tomorrow, by Binod Ghimire (kp 29/03/2016), SLC blues: Which grading system is used is not as significant as what or how students learn (kp 30/03/2016), Over 615,000 taking SLC exam from today (kp 31/03/2016), SLC examinations begin today: OCE to provide examinees ‘application memo’ on the last day (ht 31/03/2016), Give extra time: One should realize that by providing the differently-abled with extra time for exams is not doing them a favour, but it is their right (ht 31/03/2016), Invigilators hesitant to give extra time to disabled SLC examinees, by Kokila KC (ht 02/04/2016)

Sir, not again: Private schools have been hiking the fees annually giving all sorts of lame reasons, by Shree Prasad Devkota and Shiba Bagale (kp 25/03/2016), Profit determinant of pvt school fees (kp 26/03/2016)

Setting the score, by Priyanka Gurung (rep 25/03/2016)

Dozens of community study centres in a lurch (ht 25/03/2016)

Redefining education: Students in rural Nepal do not understand social studies because those who wrote their books may not have seen the "society" on the ground, by Shyam Sharma (rep 24/03/2016)

Public school books not to cost more this session (kp 23/03/2016)

Agro-based curriculum to be launched in e-villages (ht 21/03/2016)

Learning it right: An education system obsessed with traditional form of examination defeats its own purpose, by Sanjeev Dahal (kp 20/03/2016)

141 schools told to close (kp 19/03/2016)

Private sector leads school education, by Binod Ghimire (kp 18/03/2016), Scientific system key to resolving fee dispute (kp 18/03/2016), Choosing school for kids, by Gaurav Thapa (kp 18/03/2016), Implementation of tuition fee guidelines unlikely, by Kokila KC (ht 18/03/2016)

63 students from quake-ravaged Gorkha ineligible for SLC exams, by Narahari Sapkota (rep 17/03/2016)

Amendment to education act-1972: House committee set to discuss bill (kp 16/03/2016)

Letter grading system to be used in SLC for first time, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 16/03/2016)

Private schools headed toward breach of fee rules (rep 15/03/2016)

Early marriage severely hampering school education, by Narendra Upadhya (rep 15/03/2016)

DEO clears payment before construction of school structures (ht 14/03/2016)

Jajarkot district fully literate (ht 13/03/2016)

PABSON rejects school fee fixation criteria (ht 11/03/2016)

Change the school: We are not teaching our children how to think, how to analyze context, how to synthesize materials, and how to write effectively, by Bishal Paudel (rep 10/03/2016)

JSSK slow to print as school year nears (kp 07/03/2016)

Politics mars Dadeldhura Education Campus (ht 07/03/2016)

SLC students sans textbooks (ht 06/03/2016)

615,553 students sitting for this year’s SLC exams, by Ruby Rauniyar and Praveen Kumar Yadav (rep 05/03/2016)

SLC examination: Girls outnumber boys in one category, by Binod Ghimire (kp 03/03/2016)

‘Earthbag’ building for school, by Pratap Bista (kp 01/03/2016)

Education In Nepal: Failing?, by Prem Khatry (rn 01/03/2016), Time to change (ht 01/03/2016)

National Education Commission in offing (ht 29/02/2016)

ECAN election for new leadership to be held today (ht 27/02/2016), Pandey elected ECAN president (ht 29/02/2016)

Plumbing and wiring training appeals to youths, by Kisan Sangeet Nepali (rep 27/02/2016)

Quake-maimed children discontinue education: In Ghumtang village alone there are 15  children who lost their limbs in the quake, by Anish Tiwari (kp 26/02/2016)

Lessons for the future: With new classrooms in place, attendance levels are picking up at schools in Sindhupalchok, by Yu Wei Liew (nt 26/02/2016)

Designing of school textbook on red panda begins in east (ht 25/02/2016)

School reconstruction set to begin from Lalitpur (kp 23/02/2016)

Dynamism in education system: New policy needed, by Karna Bahadur Shahi (ht 23/02/2016)

Books with pictures in Braille for schoolchildren (kp 23/02/2016)

Gorkha schools run under tents, by Sudip Kaini (kp 22/02/2016)

Campaign to keep poor kids in school, by Aash Gurung (kp 19/02/2016)

Campaign to educate children of brick kiln workers launched (ht 19/02/2016)

Go easy, teachers: Using corporal punishment to maintain order in the classroom is an obsolete concept, by Durga Gautam (kp 19/02/2016)

Schools directed to keep unused teachers and grants in pool (ht 19/02/2016)

Edukhabar launches mobile application targeting SLC students (ht 18/02/2016)

Investigative committee formed to monitor illegal schools in Kailali (ht 17/02/2016)

Reconstruction of quake affected schools starts (ht 17/02/2016)

Whither education policy? Good private schools are being praised for the wrong reasons and the rest are selling snake oil, by Shyam Sharma (rep 16/02/2016)

SLC controller suffers brain hemorrhage (kp 16/02/2016)

MoE appeals to monitor textbook availability, distribution (ht 16/02/2016)

SLC around the corner but courses just halfway, by Janak KC (rep 15/02/2016)

JEMC starts printing question papers for SLC examinations: OCE said it will take around a month to print question papers and dispatch them to all 75 districts (ht 11/02/2016)

Plan to encourage menstruating girls to attend school, by Maheshwor Chamling Rai (rep 08/02/2016)

SSK raises prospect of another book shortage (kp 07/02/2016)

Providing quality education still a challenge: Experts (ht 07/02/2016)

Quake-hit school runs classes under open sky: Tents received from organisations after the earthquake have torn up, by Aash Gurung (kp 06/02/2016)

Students braced for SLC sans teachers, by Bhim Chapagain (rep 06(02/2016)

Back to classrooms: Students of three schools in Banskharka VDC of Sindhupalchowk leave tents to study in earthquake resistant classrooms (ht 06/02/2016)

Indian schools start registration process: With 10 days remaining for the deadline, 11 out of 14 schools that were running without registration have initiated the process (kp 04/02/2016)

Discussion starts on bill to amend Education Act (kp 02/02/2016)

700 schools shut in Rautahat, Parsa due to cold (ht 27/01/2016)

Illusion of change: It has been reported that all students appearing in SLC exams will now automatically pass. But 'all pass' is more a myth than reality, by Swagat Raj Pandey (rep 27/01/2016)

Redefining education: Integrity perspective, by Santosh Gautam (ht 26/01/2016)

Barpak schools in no shape to run properly, by Ramesh Kumar Poudel (rep 26/01/2016)

New education policy: Ministry seeks high-level panel to draft document, by Binod Ghimire (kp 26/01/2016)

DoE seeks details of religious schools (ht 22/01/2016)

Govt to establish technical school in each constituency (kp 17/01/2016) [Why on the basis of the 240 constituencies?? Besides, there will only be 165 constituencies in future according to the new constituion!]

Ways To Facilitate SLC Candidates, by Chirajibi Niroula (rn 16/01/2016)

Quake-hit schools operate classes under tarpaulins, by Anish Tiwari (kp 15/01/2016), Lothar schoolchildren endure elements, by Bimal Khatiwada (kp 15/01/2015)

Govt ultimatum to Indian schools: Get registered in a month or face closure, by Binod Ghimire (kp 14/01/21016), Schools with foreign curricula told to register (ht 19/01/2016)

Private education regulation: Middle path is best, by Shak Bahadur Budhathoki (ht 14/01/2016)

Quake-ravaged schools to be rebuilt in 3 years (kp 12/01/2016)

New education policy a must: Minister Pokharel (ht 12/01/2016)

Cost of education: The issue of fees in Nepal’s private schools has been intensely contested, by Shak Bahadur Budhathoki (kp 11/01/2016)

‘Misuse’ of reconstruction funds rampant in Kavre schools: Govt has allocated Rs430m to build temporary learning centres in the areas where the school buildings were destroyed by the quakes, by Nagendra Adhikari (kp 10/01/2016)

Education Act: Pvt sector lobbies for favourable amendments (kp 10/01/2016)

All about education: The fight for people's rights continues after 10 years of abolition of monarchy, two Constituent Assemblies and five proletariat PMs, by Ghanshyam Bhatt (rep 04/01/2016)

MPs, lobbyists against Edu Act amendment, by Binod Ghimire (kp 03/01/2016)

Pity the children: Education sector in Nepal has been badly disturbed by both the embargo and the earthquake, by Bal Krishna Basnet (kp 03/01/2016)

Reforming SLC Grading System, by Chiranjibi Niroula (rn 02/01/2016)

Not again: The state-supported publication house should roll up its sleeves (kp 30/12/2015)

215 temporary schools constructed in 17 districts (kp 30/12/2015)

School sector development: Rs 1 trillion SSDP set to replace SSRP, by Binod Ghimire (kp 26/12/2015)

Two-thirds of kids in child care homes go to pvt schools: Report (ht 26/12/2015)

School of hard knocks: Destroyed in the earthquake, a village school in ruins gives hope to orphans
Wong Shu Yun (nt 25/12/2015)

Private Schools: Regulatory Framework Ineffective, by Mukti Rijal (kp 24/12/2015)

Pvt schools mull SLC send-up test (kp 22/12/2015)

Pvt school operators against letter grading in SLC exams (kp 21/12/2015)

Schools in Janakpur area closed again: Though Morcha cadres agreed to resume schools, a student union affiliated to Rastriya Madhes Samajbadi Party shut them down, by Shyamsundar Shashi (kp 21/12/2015)

Crafty lessons: Regular supervision is the least the govt can do to ensure that a school functions smoothly, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 20/12/2015)

Printing deadline to be missed, again: JSSK management puts the blame for the sluggish progress on the delay in supply of printing paper (kp 20/12/2015), JSSK told to submit details (kp 24/12/2015)

SLC to begin on March 31 (kp 17/12/2015)

Lack of toilets keeping girls away from schools, by Prakash Singh (ht 17/12/2015)

MoE advised to conduct SLC examinations in two phases, by Binod Ghimire (kp 15/12/2015)

Tarai unrest: Birgunj schools allowed to run during day, by Bhusan Yadav (kp 15/12/2015)

New edu policy on cards: Minister (kp 14/12/2015)

SLC examinations: Experts warn of problems in letter grading system (kp 13/12/2015)

Over 20pc students yet to return to Valley (kp 30/11/2015)

Letter grading system in SLC from this year, by Kokila KC (ht 23/11/2015)

Fuel for thought: The prolonged closure of schools due to the fuel shortage and protests could have long-term consequences for students, by Umesh Raj Regmi (kp 22/11/2015)

MoE makes public reform initiatives (kp 21/11/2015)

Tarai schools reopen on 98th day, attendence less than half, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 21/11/2015)

Schools resume classes amid fuel shortage (ht 19/11/2015)

Nepal: Crisis As A Teacher, by Prem Khatry (rn 17/11/2015)

Only 60 per cent pvt schools reopen after festivals, by Kokila KC (ht 16/11/2015), Resumption of schools still uncertain aimd fuel shortage (rep 16/11/2015), Pvt schools, colleges demand 15,000 litres of fuel per day, by Binod Ghimire (kp 17/11/2015), Pvt schools to shut if no fuel within week (kp)

An uphill struggle It is necessary to engage a wider audience to solve the problems that plague Nepal’s education system, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 15/11/2015)

‘Madhes stir affecting children’s education’ (ht 09/11/2015)

Siraha schools ordered to resume classes: Schools have remained shut in various Tarai district, including Siraha, for the past 84 days due to the indefinite strike (kp 06/11/2015))

Schools told not to waste entire academic year blaming Tarai stir (ht 04/11/2015)

School closures: Unicef concerned over disturbances (kp 30/10/2015), Future of over a million Nepali children at risk, says UNICEF (ht 30/10/2015

JEMC unlikely to meet printing target (ht 29/10/2015)

Govt asks DEOs to reopen Tarai schools (ht 29/10/2015)

CDC preparing new textbooks for Grade IX (ht 28/10/2015)

SLC Grading System, by Ganesh Bahadur Singh (rn 27/10/2015)

Govt to launch literacy classes from Nov 17 (ht 27/10/2015)

Decks cleared for SSRP (kp 20/10/2015)

Bhaktapur set to be declared fully literate (ht 17/10/2015)

Rebuilding quake-hit schools expected to take 3-5 years, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 17/10/2015)

50 students pass SLC after retotalling scores (ht 11/10/2015)

Early Dashain holidays sought (ht 09/10/2015), Most pvt schools to close from next week (ht 09/10/2015)

School closure complaint at NHRC (ht 06/10/2015)

Psycho-social training for govt teachers begins (kp 05/10/2015)

Govt permits private firms to print school textbooks, by Kokila KC (kp ht 03/10/2015), CDC calls pvt firms to renew their licences (ht 08/10/2015)

Fuel crisis hits Valley schools hard: Say they will be forced to halt academic activities, if shortage continues, by Kokila KC (kp 30/09/2015)

Taplejung school has nil SLC results 3 years in row, by Ananda Gautam (kp 27/09/2015)

Almost 6,000 children out of school (ht 25/09/2015) [related to Rukum]

Paper points out priorities in education sector (ht 23/09/2015)

Fact and fiction: Going by the past records, there are reasons to doubt the claimed spike in adult literacy rate, by Ramesh Shrestha (kp 15/09/2015)

‘Let schools operate without obstructions’: About 3.2 million students have been deprived of education due to protests and bandas in Tarai (kp 14/09/2015)

Past and future: If history is taught in a fun way to young students, they could be more concerned about the country’s future, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 13/09/2015)

SLC chance exam results by next week: OCE (ht 12/09/2015)

Top schools, colleges honoured (ht 09/09/2015)

Banda keeps 3m kids off school: Over 20,000 schools and colleges shut; 50 of the 220 academic days lost due to quakes and banda (kp 08/09/2015), DoE tells its subordinate bodies to resume schools:  Around two dozen parties in the past had agreed not to shut schools and involve students in political activities (kp 09/09/2015)

Sweltering makeshift classrooms sickens students, by Narahari Sapkota (rep 08/09/2015)

Students from poor family skip school to care for sibling, by Janak K.C. (rep 08/09/2015)

Informal education opens doors, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 08/09/2015)

Women outnumber men in adult literacy (ht 08/09/2015)

Future gains: The govt should do more to reduce the dropout rate of school-going children (kp 08/09/2015)

1,500 children out of schools in Baglung, by Prakash Baral (kp 07/09/2015)

Nepal to achieve cent per cent adult literacy by December, by Kokila KC (ht 07/09/2015) [??? In our village, about 20 percent of the people are not able to write their own name! The situation in other villages of the district is similar!!]

Adult literacy rate reaches 92 pc: NFEC (kp 04/09/2015) [??], 92.5 pc of Nepalis between 15 and 60 years literate: NFEC (ht 04/09/2015), Govt claims dramatic spike in adult literacy, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 04/09/2015)

Agitating parties pledge not to force closure of schools (ht 02/09/2015)

Integrity education: Setting the scene, by Santosh Gautam (ht 02/09/2015)

Parenting education: Gaining in popularity, by Geeta Subedi (ht 21/08/2015)

Over 218 children remote Sindhuplachowk VDCs deprived of education, by Dhruva Dhangal (rep 19/08/2015)

JSSK, Sajha to publish textbooks (kp 18/08/2015)

Smart Board to replace traditional pedagogy (ht 18/08/2015)

Education for all goals: Government likely to miss target this year (ht 17/08/2015)

Schools, universities see surge in drop-outs, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 15/08/2015)

Pays to study: There is a need to transform public education in Nepal from a symbol of despair to a beacon of hope, by Ram C. Chandra (kp 11/08/2015)

18 community schools shut in Tanahun (ht 07/08/2015)

SLC chance exams begin (ht 06/08/2015)

Budget inadequate to ensure free, compulsory education: Article 17 of the draft constitution envisions providing free and compulsory education to all up to the secondary level (kp 29/07/2015)

18 districts declared literate (kp 27/07/2015)

Student union padlocks four community schools (kp 24/07/2015)

MoE starts discussion on education policy (ht 24/07/2015)

Himani Trust to construct schools (ht 24/07/2015)

In Federal Context: Proposed Panel Should Set Direction, by Mukti Rijal (rn 23/07/2015)

Valley private schools open on holiday ‘This was to make up for loss of studies after the earthquake’ (ht 21/07/2015)

‘Continuous Education’ programme this year (ht 20/07/2015)

Literacy campaign a damp squib, by Kokila KC (ht 17/07/2015

Fund for earthquake-affected schools frozen due to feud (ht 16/07/2015)

Schools running classes in unsafe structures (ht 15/07/2015)

School pupil numbers in steady decline: Report, by Binod Ghimire (kp 14/07/2015)

DoE directs action against schools (ht 14/07/2015)

Course correction: By fixing the education system, Nepal could take the most important step towards inclusive growth, by Ram C. Acharya (kp 14/07/2015)

Total literacy mission way behind schedule, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 13/07/2015)

Teachers are to blame for degrading public school education: Official (ht 11/07/2015)

Quota for school with zero result: ‘Such schools must be encouraged, not punished’ (ht 10/07/2015)

Temporary solutions: Schooling allows children to regain a crucial sense of routine that helps them to come to terms with their experiences, by Umesh Raj Regmi (kp 09/07/2015)

Govt policy and programs bring disappointment to education sector (rep 09/07/2015)

Commission to be set up for education sector reforms (ht 09/07/2015)

Sankhu school gets new quake-resistant building, by Anup Ojha (kp 05/07/2015)

Khotang stakeholders pledge to improve SLC results (ht 05/07/2015)

Schools with nil results to face music (ht 04/07/2015)

Is bamboo schools the answer?, by Sharada Adhikari (ht 04/07/2015)

Schools at risk: Earthquake resistent features such as horizontal bands and stones at the corners are generally not provided in school buildings, by Keshab Sharma (rep 04/07/2015)

9th ECAN Int’l Education Fair starts (kp 03/07/2015), Over 40,000 footfalls on second day of ECAN Int’l Education Fair (kp 04/07/2015), ECAN Int’l Edu Fair draws over 60k on Day 3 (kp 05/07/2015), ECAN fair concludes with overwhelming participation (kp 06/07/2015)

Students still await textbooks, by Bhawani Bhatta (kp 03/07/2015)

Flood-affected schools build new classrooms, by Durgalal KC (kp 02/07/2015)

Plan afoot to declare Lamjung a fully literate district (ht 01/07/2015)

Students displaced by quake, landslides miss their classes: Reopening of schools is the least of the concern of displaced families rummaging for food and shelter, by Harihar Singh Rathaur (kp 30/06/2015)

Book crunch hits Khotang (ht 30/06/2015)

Licences of 41 Rautahat schools scrapped, 52 merged (ht 30/06/2015)

Technical SLC results 2015: Most students pass with ‘B’ grade, by Binod Ghimire (kp 29/06/2015), Technical stream SLC results in grade system (ht 29/06/2015)

Education minister not happy with SLC result (ht 29/06/2015)

Khimti children risk lives to reach school: Local residents say the children have no alternative route to go to their school, by Tika Prasad Bhatta (kp 28/06/2015)

Theory of everything: Communicating science effectively can help do away with superstitions as demonstrated by media post-quake, by Ananda Kafle (kp 28/06/2015)

NBC to be followed while reconstructing schools (ht 28/06/2015)

A new public model, by Binod Ghimire (kp 27/06/2015)

Universal deceit: We have to get rid of the small-minded idea of a nationalized exam that fails too many students, expexially those who are already marginalized, by Shyam Sharma (rep 27/06/2015)

Textbook crisis in far-west remote villages (ht 27/06/2015), Govt to review textbook distribution (ht 29/06/2015)

SLC System: From Rhetoric To Reality, by Kushal Pokharel (rn 27/06/2015)

Shining Public Schools, by Birat Anupam (rn 27/06/2015)

So much needs to change: Despite Khotang’s giving birth to a host of luminaries, the district remains backward; That is perhaps why my district fared so poorly in the recent SLC, by Dewan Rai (kp 27/06/2015)

Retrofit schools: Still ample time, by Vikash Raj Satyal (ht 26/06/2015)

Some quake-damaged schools need to be merged: Experts, by Kokila KC (ht 25/06/2015)

Boy ploughs field to pay college fee, by Chetan Adhikari (kp 24/06/2015)

Enrollment affected, dropout rate to go up (ht 24/06/2015)

Silver lining Increase in the pass percentage of public school students is a good sign (kp 23/06/2015)

Educating Jhapa women thru campaign (ht 23/06/2015)

Tuition fee row: Monitoring of pvt schools kicks off (kp 22/06/2015), Private schools found fleecing parents: Overcharging under various headings against govt directive (ht 23/06/2015)

Schools cornering parents for quake repair funds, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 22/06/2015)

Around 125,000 to sit for SLC supplementary test in August (kp 21/06/2015)

47.43 pc students pass SLC test, by Binod Ghimire (kp 20/06/2015), Only 47.43 per cent clear SLC test: Pass percentage below 50 pc for the 4th year in a row, by Kokila KC (ht 20/06/2015), Community schools fare better this year (ht 20/06/2016), 26 schools produce nil results in SLC (ht 20/06/2015), 47.43% pass SLC: More girls took exam but pass percent lower (rep 20/06/2015), SLC results not satisfactory: Stakeholders (ht 21/06/2015), SLC success rate of TFN Fellows’ schools up (ht 22/06/2015), Bhaktapur got highest pass rate in SLC exams, by Binod Ghimire (kp 24/06/2015)

Textbook crunch hits students of Udayapur (ht 20/06/2015)

Lesson still to be learnt: he earthquake is an opportunity to rebuild Nepal’s education system, not just fallen schools, by Sonia Awale (nt 19/06/2015)

Low school attendance: ‘17,000 barred from SLC test’ (kp 18/06/2015)

OCE says preparations on to announce SLC results tomorrow (ht 18/06/2015)

8 districts meet literacy target (kp 17/06/2015)

Gorkha students lack textbooks (kp 17/06/2015)

DEO team to inspect schools that need to be demolished (ht 17/06/2015)

Students in remote Gorkha school study under open sky, by Sudip Kaini (kp 16/06/2015)

Pyuthan district declared thumb-impression free, by Devendra Brahma (kp 16/06/2015)

Govt team to monitor private institutions, fee structure (ht 15/06/2015)

Textbook shortage in Darchula, by Manoj Badu (kp 14/06/2015)

Students to protest against refusal to waive fee (ht 14/06/2015), Pvt schools to waive 50 pc fees for quake holidays (kp 15/06/2015), Private schools told to waive half month’s fee (ht 15/06/2015), MoE directs private schools to waive 50 percent fees for Baisakh (rep 15/06/2015), A positive start: Government’s recent decree to private schools comes as a relief to parents (kp 16/06/2015)

Follow the students: As more students from outside the Valley opt out of studying in Kathmandu’s schools, the government can use this opportunity to improve the quality of education in areas far away fromthe centre , by Binod Ghimire (kp 13/06/2015)

Model schools in Gorkha, by Chahana Sigdel (kp 12/06/2015)

DEO starts monitoring schools in Kaski (ht 12/06/2015)

Nagarkot school sees a new day, by Anup Ojha (kp 11/06/2015)

Textbook crunch hits remote far-west districts (ht 10/06/2015)

Schools not to waive tuition for quake’s sake (kp 09/06/2015)

Student unions warn stir against pvt school charge (kp 08/06/2015)

Kathmandu, Lalitpur DEOs yet to finish school safety assessment (kp 07/06/2015)

Student unions demand free education for homeless, orphaned: Served three-day ultimatum for the implementation of 10-point agreement (ht 07/06/2015)

Danger looms as classes resume in quake-damaged schools, by Bishal Bhattarai (rep 06/06/2015)

Private schools seek Rs 240 million (ht 05/06/2015)

SLC results by June-end: OCE (ht 05/06/2015)

Building temporary learning centres in Sindupalchok (kp 03/06/2015)

Panchthar schools operating without a single student enrolling (ht 03/06/2015)

Quake spikes demand for book on education in emergencies, by Kokila KC (ht 03/06/2015)

Room to Read provides books to schools (kp 03/06/2015), WLN distributes course books (kp 03/06/2015)

Donors’support sought to rebuild schools (ht 02/06/2015)

Schools reopen after five weeks: Three-hour school for a week; Parents yet to be assured of safety of children, by Binod Ghimire (kp 01/06/2015), Schools reopen in districts amidst uncertainty, confusion, by Harihar Singh Rathaur (kp 01/06/2015), Schools reopen with focus on pyscho-social counselling (ht 01/06/2015), Race against time to get kids back to school: UNICEF (ht 01/06/2015), Back to school: It is vitally important that students return to learning environments that are safe, secure (kp 02/06/2015), Handling Trauma At School, by Prem K. Khatry (rn), Father Of Man, by Shyam K.C. (rn)

Valley DEOs yet to complete school building assessment (kp 31/05/2015)

Schools reopen today but uncertainty continues: Students’safety should be prime concern,say stakeholders; Resuming classes on outskirts of Lalitpur not easy (ht 31/05/2015), Focus on recreational activities, urges MoE (ht 31/05/2015)

Getting children back to school a priority (ht 30/05/2015)

CDC to include chapter on RTI for ninth graders, by Kokila KC (ht 30/05/2015)

Schools reopen on Sunday: Fears for kids’ safety at school, by Binod Ghimire (kp 29/05/2015)

A steep road to recovery: May 31, the date is set; Principles and teachers in Kathmandu are scrambling about to resume classes, by Priyanka Gurung (rep 29/05/2015)

Private schools say no to call for waiving fee (ht 29/05/2015)

Quake-hit Lamjung schools resume morning classes in makeshift tents, by Aash Gurung (kp 28/05/2015)

Makwanpur DEO to set up temp learning centres, by Pratap Bista (kp 28/05/2015)

‘Pvt schools suffered loss of Rs 10 billion’ (ht 28/05/2015)

Battered Education Sector, by Narayan Upadhyay (rn 27/05/2015)

School building evaluation: Tardy assessments leave Valley’s schools at loss (kp 27/05/2015)

Sindhu schools face enrolment drought: None among the 34 private schools in the district are in a condition to resume classes while at least 12,000 students are out of contact since the April 25 earthquake, by Rishiram Poudel (kp 27/05/2015)

Literacy campaign halted in quake-affected districts, by Binod Ghimire (kp 26/05/2015)

No classrooms as school resumption date nears, by Binod Ghimire (kp 25/05/2015)

Schools lack open space to setup makeshift classroom, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 25/05/2015)

Colleges in Valley to reopen today (ht 25/05/2015)

Parents worry about children’s studies (kp 24/05/2015)

Remote districts reeling under textbook crisis, by Prakash Singh (ht 24/05/2015)

Safety concern deprives students of chance to take SAT examination (ht 24/05/2015)

Bringing children back to school, by Kushal Pokharel (rn 23/05/2015)

Schools reopen in 13 districts of western region, by Bharat Koirala (ht 23/05/2015)

200 TLCs to be set up in Kathmandu, by Kokila KC (ht 22/05/2015)

Reopening Sindhuli schools on May 31 next to impossible (ht 22/05/2014)

Visual assessment of community schools of Valley near completion (ht 22/05/2015)

Schools can decide date on their own to reopen: DoE Those safe to resume classes should do so from May 31 (ht 21/05/2015), Either red or green stickers for schools, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 21/05/2015)

Irregularity during recruitment charged (ht 21/05/2015)

Parents want schools to resume classes, by Kokila KC (ht 20/05/2015)

Agitation against DEO decision to close schools (ht 20/05/2015)

Rebuilding the schools (ht 19/05/2015), The lesson of Nepal: Fund needs to be created for children, by Gordon Brown (ht)

Pvt colleges to reopen from Sunday, schools week next (kp 18/05/2015)

Schools reopen in relief rooms in Kaski (ht 18/05/2015)

Quake affects 97 Nawalparasi schools (ht 18/05/2015)

DoE seeks Rs 4b to run schools (kp 16/05/2015)

Restarting classes after the quake, by Bimal Khatiwada (kp 15/05/2015)

Temblors throw academic programmes into disarray, by Binod Ghimire (kp 14/05/2015)

Building safer schools: With so many schools damaged or destroyed, the education of tens of thousands of children will be affected, by Mattias Bryneson (kp 14/05/2015)

Public schools get cash to arrange for classes, by Binod Ghimire (kp 11/05/2015), MoE allocates budget for damaged schools (ht 11/05/2015), Parents reluctant to send their kids back to school (kp 11/05/2015)

House panel suggestions: ‘Engage students in activities after classes resume’ (ht 11/05/2015)

The lesson of Nepal, by Gordon Brown (kp 11/05/2015)

1m Nepali kids may not return to school: UNICEF (kp 09/05/2015), DoE to assess schools in Valley from tomorrow: Teams comprising engineers to take stock of buildings across country to find whether they are safe to run classes, by Kokila KC (ht 09/05/2015), MoE to set up 12,000 Temporary Learning Centres (ht 09/05/2015), Country’s schools hit hard, by Sangita Shrestha (ht 09/05/2015)

Schools reopen after quake in Lamjung, by Aash Gurung (kp 09/05/2015)

Many schools can’t reopen (kp 08/05/2015)

SLC results to be delayed by ‘two weeks’ (kp 07/05/2015)

More than 800 schools damaged in eastern region (ht 03/05/2015), Quake wrecks schools, colleges in many districts (kp 04/05/2015), Assess school buildings: DoE, by Binod Ghimire (kp 05/05/2015), Govt preparing to resume classes from May 15 (ht 05/05/2015)

Schools to remain shut until May 14 (kp 01/05/2015)

Dropout rate ‘highest’ among school students in Kanchanpur, by Bhawani Bhatta (kp 25/04/2015)

Govt plans to provide grants to girl students (ht 25/04/2015)

Saptari students yet to get textbooks (ht 25/04/2015)

Action Week for Education starts tomorrow: Various programmes to be organised (ht 25/04/2015)

Scholarships in pvt schools: Transparency in question (ht 25/04/2015)

The last resort: The importance of improving the public education system in Nepal, by Shisir Khanal (rep 24/04/2015)

School Education Getting Really Expensive, by Narayan Upadhyay (rn 22/04/2015)

MoE names focal person to look into pvt schools’ issues (ht 22/04/2015)

Illegal operation of private schools rampant in Dang, by Devendra Basnet (rep 22/04/2015)

Illegal schools rampant in Rautahat (ht 20/04/2015)

Over 4,500 children out of school in Palpa, by Madhav Aryal (kp 19/04/2015)

More than 6,000 children out of schools: In Ramechhap, enrollment drive needs further push (ht 18/04/2015)

Shuvatara School shut for indefinite period: Principal says management left with no option after teachers chose to obstruct classes (ht 17/04/2015), Shuvatara row ‘to be resolved’ (kp 19/04/2015)

Bank account of dozen schools still frozen (ht 17/04/2015)

Academic session starts: Midwest kids await textbooks (kp 16/04/2015)

Schools told to use approved books (kp 16/04/2015)

Student enrollment drive intensifies (ht 16/04/2015)

Restructuring traditional education: Schools for this century, by Shree Prasad Devkota, Shiba Bagale and Dhundiraj Giri (ht 16/04/2015)

‘Free’ education not so free, says OAG report, by Binod Ghimire (kp 15/04/2015), Sinking ships: Government must straighten out public schools to ensure free education for all (kp 15/04/2015)

Over 1,000 schools out of service: Report, by Binod Ghimire (kp 14/04/2015)

‘Let’s make all schools free of violence’: School Enrollment Campaign to be launched tomorrow (ht 14/04/2015)

Four schoolgirls commit ‘mass suicide’ over poor exam results, by Manoj Badu (kp 14/04/2015), Four girls jump into river ‘after failing in their final exam’ (ht 14/04/2015), Three bodies recovered (ht 14/04/2015), Body of fourth girl recovered from river (ht 15/04/2015)

JSSK set to miss textbook deadline again (kp 13/04/2015)

Committee hikes private school fee by 22 percent (kp 13/04/2015), Tuition fees for Kathmandu schools up by 22 per cent (ht 13/04/2015), ANNISU-R protests fee hike in schools (ht 14/04/2015), Student unions protest against tuition fee hike in private schools (ht 16/04/2015), Student unions stage protest in front of DoE (ht 17/04/2015), MoE discussing fee revision (ht 18/04/2015), Ministry to mediate fee dispute (kp 19/04/2015), Student unions picket DEOs across country (ht 20/04/2015), Private schools told to roll back fee hike, by Binod Ghimire (kp 21/04/2015), Govt revokes hike in school fees (ht 21/04/2015)

One room for two grades in Upper Manang school, by Aash Gurung (kp 12/04/2015)

Learning by doing: Creating and maling things is engaging and full of fun for children; Taking things apart is as important, by Usha Pokharel (rep 11/04/2015)

Nepal’s achievement in edu sector ‘impressive’ (kp 10/04/2015)

Dalits, Janajatis, Madhesis falter in grades (kp 07/04/2015), A lopsided deal: Despite heavy investment in education, students’ performance is far from satisfactory, by Binod Ghimire (kp 07/04/2015), Major overhaul necessary, interview with Bidhya Nath Koirala (kp 07/04/2015), Chepangs dropping out early to earn living (kp 07/04/2015)

Govt steps up efforts to improve technical education (rep 06/04/2015)

‘Female students lag behind in learning’: Experts say equal treatment of daughters could improve their grades (kp 05/04/2015)

Modality of technical SLC results yet to be finalised (kp 04/04/2015)

Government claim of dwindling illiteracy ‘misleading’: Experts (kp 04/04/2015)

School reeling under financial crisis (ht 04/04/2015)

A school that lacks desk, bench, toilet and water (ht 04/04/2015)

Dalit, Ethnic community students score low due to discriminatory attitude of peers: Study, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 03/04/2015)

Govt yet to determine school fee structure (ht 03/04/2015)

Students’ performance down, shows study, by Binod Ghimire (kp 02/04/2015), School performance declining not just in SLC: Report, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 02/04/2015)

Household chores make students do better in studies; Engagement in house tasks for couple of hours every day improves performance: Report (ht 02/04/2015)

Civic education: The intellectual base of democracy, by Dev Raj Dahal (pr 02/04/2015)

Task force resumes preparatory work for letter grading system (ht 31/03/2015)

SLC exams conclude (ht 31/03/2015)

SLC examinations: Irregularities up despite strict rules (kp 29/03/2015)

School building on verge of collapse (ht 29/03/2015)

Govt forms high-level edu panel: Members say they are included in the commission without consultation (kp 28/03/2015), Govt forms 17-member education commission (ht 28/03/2015), MoE officials uninformed on formation of commission (ht 30/03/2015)

Two-day edu fair at Durbarmarg (kp 27/03/2015)

Assaying the Iron Gate: A high SLC pass rate by itself is not sufficient evidence that private schools are providing relevant learning experiences to children, by Sakar Pudasaini and Dipeshwor Man Shrestha (kp 27/03/2015)

Crimes in education: Education in Nepal is ridden with problems right from the school to the university level, by Mana Prasad Wagley and Umesh Raj Regmi (kp 26/03/2015)

Security: Major Concern For Schools, by Prem Khatry (rn 24/03/2015)

Co-curricular activities should be included in our school education (ht 24/03/2015)

Very little teaching, learning goes on in public schools, interview with Kedar Bhakta Mathema (kp 23/03/2015)

16 Ramechhap schools on verge of closure (ht 21/03/2015)

Education, Nepali-style: Here is why students will do well in their School Leaving Certificate exams this year, by Kathryn S. March (kp 20/03/2015)

Taking the test: SLC exams need reform, but it will be a long, arduous process (kp 20/03/2015)

SLC exams begin today: For the first time in history girls set to outnumber boys (rep 19/03/2015), SLC exams begin with new reforms (kp 19/03/2015), Impropriety of institute proprietor deprives students of exam (ht 19/03/2015), Fee should not bar anyone from sitting for tests: OPMCM (ht 19/03/2015), Acid attack victims take exam at hospitals (ht 20/03/2015), 84 expelled,four invigilators suspended on Day 1 (ht 20/03/2015), Invigilators face action, students expelled (ht 21/03/2015), 10 SLC invigilators suspended in Rautahat (ht 23/03/2015), 250 students, 25 invigilators expelled from SLC exams (rep 23/03/2015), 14 invigilators suspended; 198 examinees expelled (ht 24/03/2015), 19 fake SLC examinees Arrested (kp 25/03/2015)

Sajha MD caught in textbook scam: Education Minister comes under fire after the publishing house owned by Sajha MD was caught printing school textbooks illegally, by Binod Ghimire (kp 19/03/2015)

Government to form high-level edu commission, by Binod Ghimire (kp 18/03/2015)

SLC exam to be conducted amid upped security: 15 security personnel at each centre; Strict action against students breaching code of conduct (ht 18/03/2015), 429 students not allowed to sit for SLC (ht 18/03/2015), Take it easy: As thousands of children are preparing for SLC, I wonder how many of them are scared, by Anuradha Sharma (rep 18/03/2015)

Girls set to outweigh boys for next decade, by Binod Ghimire (kp 16/03/2015), The battle ahead: Increase in the number of girls appearing for SLC is heartening, but problems remain (kp 18/03/2015), Crossing the iron gate: Has the rise in the number of girl students appearing for SLC actually reduced gender gaps in education?, by Jagannath Adhikari (kp 19/03/2015)

Language barrier major cause of high dropout rate in schools, by Raju Adhikari (rep 16/03/2015)

Examinees’ personal details available on OCE website (ht 16/03/2015)

Private schools seek to double fees (kp 15/03/2015)

Education And Women In Nepal, by Shree Prasad Devkota and Shiba Bagale (rn 15/03/2015)

25 community schools merged in Kaski (ht 15/03/2015)

Non-formal Education For Active Citizenship, by Mukti Rijal (rn 12/03/2015)

Mastering English does not mean quality education (ht 12/03/2015)

Private firm prints school books without permission (kp 11/03/2015)

Large scale irregularities ail education sector: Of the 2,020 cases of irregularities filed at the CIAA, 587 were related to education sector alone, by Madhav Ghimire (kp 10/03/2015)

Dismal SLC results expected in Bajura (ht 10/03/2015)

A handy guide to school admissions: Experts advise not to go by fancy buildings or higher fees, but to look for enthusiastic teaching team  (ht 10/03/2015)

ECAN against MoE halt in registration (kp 09/03/2015)

JSSK approaches Sajha for help: The Janak Shiksha Samagri Kendra is yet to print 403m books to meet its target (kp 08/03/2015)

Govt schools form alliance for reforms: Nawalparasi institutions emulate pvt schools, start English medium classes, by Binod Ghimire (kp 08/03/2015)

Dispute delays literacy drive in 5 districts (kp 07/03/2015)

Learning from mistakes: When you start looking at mistakes as learning opportunities, it will encourage growth, creativity and free expression in students, by Usha Pokharel (rep 07/03/2015)

Forbidden territory: ‘The Laramie Project’ provides an opportunity for families to engage in potentially mind-stretching conversations, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 06/03/2015)

Restore to life: Scientific education demands serious investment, not empty promises (kp 04/03/2015)

Need to change our education system, by Bikash Gupta (kp 02/03/2015)

Schools want 15pc fee hike (kp 01/03/2015)

Accessing education: The more educated people are, the less inclined they become towards what they see as less dignified work, by Samira Paudel (kp 01/03/2015)

Education for disabled children a far cry: Govt yet to categorise types of disabilities to address special needs, by Kokila KC (ht 28/02/2015), Nepal may not meet MDG on education for disabled, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 28/02/2015)

World Bank loan for higher education reform project (kp 21/02/2015)

School merger plan: DoE seeks data within two weeks (kp 18/02/2015)

Govt allows operating Nepali schools abroad (kp 16/02/2015)

Parbat schools sans child-friendly furniture, by Agandhar Tiwari (kp 16/02/2015)

Charting a course: A time of national debate is also a time to revise school curricula in meaningful and relevant ways, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 15/02/2015)

School textbook monitoring begins (ht 14/02/2015), Textbooks fail to reach students (kp 15/02/2015), Education Ministry to speed up textbook monitoring to ensure timely supply (ht 16/02/2015)

Nine schools in Bhaktapur set to face DEO axe (ht 13/02/2015)

NFEC urges all concerned to extend support to its literacy campaign (ht 12/02/2015)

Up a grade: Letter grading will help reduce geography-related discrepancies in education system, by Suman Laudari (rep 11/02/2015)

‘Broad master plan needed to change our education system’, interview with Kedar Bhakta Mathema (kp 10/02/2015)

Two more, too many: Experts say instead of adding two more universities, the government should invest its focus and budget on improvement of existing ones (kp 10/02/2015), New ones struggle to get by (kp 10/02/2015)

Govt set to monitor availability of textbooks in districts (ht 10/02/2015)

Fear of abuse keeping girl students out of school: Rising cases of violence against women a bane of those who wish to pursue studies, by Prakash Singh (ht 08/02/2015)

Children will get textbooks before start of academic session: JEMC (ht 06/02/2015), Action if textbooks not delivered on time: Govt (kp 07/02/2015)

Licence of 43 schools scrapped, some merged (ht 05/02/2015)

School text books: JSSK denies Sajha distribution rights (kp 03/02/2015)

Over 500,000 taking SLC tests: Exam to be held for 11 days this year, will conclude on March 30 (ht 02/02/2015)

Yadav stresses effective monitoring of education (ht 02/02/2015)

‘Education most corrupt sector’, by Binod Ghimire (kp 01/02/2015), Degrees of doubt: Govt must strengthen regulatory bodies to curb corruption in education (kp 04/02/2015)

6 more districts set to attain total literacy by March, by Binod Ghimire (kp 31/01/2015)

Perpetual problem: Despite delays, publication, distribution of schoolbooks must stay with govt (kp 30/01/2015)

Discriminatory Practices In Schools, by Bindu Thapa & Sangita Pandey (rn 30/01/2015)

18 students deprived of appearing in SLC, by Harihar Singh Rathaur (kp 29/01/2015)

Schools hold send-up tests: he Ministry of Education has already scrapped the provision of holding such tests before SLC examination (kp 28/01/2015)

Except for closing Gender disparity in schools, progress in education slow (kp 27/01/2015)

Against all odds: Brave Chepang girls risk life to get education, by Rameshwor Karki (rep 27/01/2015)

Illiteracy still prevails in Nawalparasi (ht 27/01/2015)

Dalit students declining in govt schools (ht 27/01/2015)

Dalit children deprived of education in remote Mugu, by Raj Bahadur Shahi (kp 27/01/2015)

School textbooks on time unlikely (rep 27/01/2015), Govt asks JSSK, Sajha for detailed plan (kp 29/01/2015)

On-the-job training part of course for SLC (ht 26/01/2015)

More resources needed to educate children: UN (ht 24/01/2015)

By the letter: By itself, the adoption of letter grades on the SLC will not help; outdated methods of teaching and assessment must also change, by Suresh Mandal (kp 23/01/2015)

DEO starts literacy drive, by Lawadev Dhungana (kp 22/01/2015) [related to Panchthar]

NTA report shows Nepal failing to meet WSIS targets, by Ramesh Shrestha (ht 22/01/2015)

Literacy budget cut for 58 districts (rep 19/01/2015)

Book shortage looms yet again: Janak Shiksha needs to double production to meet its target, by Binod Ghimire (kp 18/01/2015)

Students are not the problem: Teachers need to step out of their daily classroom routine and defy the ‘factory’ model of education, by Umesh Shrestha (kp 18/01/2015)

DEOs asked to fix school fees (kp 17/01/2015)

Billions spent on literacy drive but many fall through cracks, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 17/01/2015)

PABSON not to hold send-up test: The umbrella body of private schools reversed its earlier decision following warning from the Department of Education (kp 15/01/2015)

Ninth graders to assist visually impaired in SLC (ht 15/01/2015)

Kalikot school becomes a model learning centre, by Tularam Pandey (kp 15/01/2015)

Start of native language classes ups enrolment, by Krishna Prasad Gautam (kp 14/01/2015)

Private schools accused of overcharging students (ht 13/01/2015)

Panchthar DEO awarded with ‘Integrity Idol’ (kp 12/01/2015)

ANNISU-R seeks action against PABSON, NPABSAN (ht 12/01/2015)

Education And Ethical Aspects, by Bam Dev Sharma (rn 11/01/2015)

PABSON flouts govt rule to hold send-up tests: The government in 2011 amended the education regulation barring schools from holding send-up tests and selecting students for SLC examinations (kp 09/01/2015), DoE seeks PABSON clarification on send-up tests (ht 10/01/2015)

Letter grading in SLC: Task force’s first meeting todayMandated to submit its study report in three months (ht 09/01/2015)

Govt to deliver textbooks to Karnali students on time (rep 09/01/2015)

MoE mulling over technical, vocational education (ht 08/01/2015)

Politics delays SMC formation in Bajura (ht 08/01/2015)

School padlocked for month (ht 08/01/2015)

High-level panel to draft new education policy (kp 04/01/2015)

Making teachers work: The weak implementation of the education laws is mainly responsible for the sorry plight of the public schools (ht 02/01/2015)

Lured by good pay, children quit school to herd mules, by Narahari Sapkota (rep 02/01/2015)

Enrolled but absent: Badi children out of school, repeat grades, by Khagendra Awasthi (kp 01/01/2015)

Literacy classes working wonders on rural women (ht 01/01/2014)

Education bill: ‘Remove co-op school model’ (kp 31/12/2014)

Grade expectations: Letter grades for the SLC seem to have been adopted without the requisite homework, by Shanta Dixit (kp 31/12/2014)

Illiteracy still amajor cause ofconcern: PM (ht 30/12/2014)

MoE fails to executeits own decision (ht 30/12/2014)

PfBEI says victorious in achieving goal (ht 27/12/2014)

Value Of Vocational Education And Training, by Reagan Bhandari (rn 26/12/2014)

Govt to ban corporal punishment in schools, by Shreejana Shrestha (rep 23/12/2014)

TFN organises charity walkathon (ht 21/12/2014)

Supporting education: Better education in Nepal has been the primary focus in Danish development assistance in Nepal over the years, by Kirsten Geelan (rep 20/12/2014)

Teacher's call: Parents need to give enough time to their children at home for their betterment, by Amar Bahadur Sherma (rep 18/12/2014)

Lit drive gets cold shoulder, by Binod Ghimire (kp 17/12/2014)

MoE discloses consolidated equity strategy-2014 (kp 16/12/2014)

Govt slammed fornot caring about education issues (ht 15/12/2014)

‘Education for children up to 16 years of age must be free’ (kp 13/12/2014)

Flash report on education riddled with inconsistencies, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 13/12/2014)

Schools inflate enrollment figures for more budget, by Madhusudhan Guragain (rep 13/12/2014)

Inching Towards Quality Education, by Krishna Prasad Acharya (rn 11/12/2014)

Government's free education claims ring hollow, by Raju Adhikari (rep 10/12/2014)

Lack of furniture, classrooms affecting Saptari students (ht 09/12/2014)

Tourists play role in Rasuwa school shutdowns, by Nirajan Poudel (rep 09/12/2014)

Education Sans Values?, by Prem Khatry (rn 09/12/2014)

Bhaktapur schools told to run till 4pm (kp 07/12/2014)

Appalled by last year's results, govt gears up to better pass rates, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 06/12/2014), Rautahat DEO enforces 33-point plan to improve SLC results, by Madan Thakur (rep 06/12/2014)

OCE plans SLC results in two phases, by Binod Ghimire (kp 06/12/2014)

New school building improves enrolment, by Rajendra Nath (kp 05/12/2014)

Students to be mobilised for mass literacy campaign, by Manoj Poudel (kp 02/12/2014)

School fees: Sourt scraps petition, opens door for fee hike (kp 01/12/2014)

Public schools defy DEO order (kp 01/12/2014)

Half of enrolled pupils fake: DEO, by Manoj Poudel (kp 30/11/2014) [related to Kapilvastu]

Government planning to set up National Education Board, by Kokila KC (ht 29/11/2014)

Schools in central Tarai shut with students, teachers absent (ht 29/11/2014)

Seasonal migration affects education of children (ht 27/11/2014)

Students face hardship dueto lack of toilets in school (ht 27/11/2014)

Unfriendly environment major cause of high LGBT dropout rate: Report (rep 26/11/2014)

Banke literacy drive brings mixed results, by Thakur Singh Tharu (kp 25/11/2014)

School reform: Proposed amendment of education act to transfer school ownership to communities is problematic, by Jayash Poudel (rep 25/11/2014)

The real work: Are teachers, parents, and administrators in private school circles distracted from their real work?, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 23/11/2014)

Change in schools’ fee structure on cards, by Kokila KC (ht 22/11/2014), Schools told to publicise fees (kp 23/11/2014)

Learning curve: School sector reform (rep 22/11/2014)

SLC exams to begin on Mar 19, by Kokila KC (ht 21/11/2014)

School dropouts up in far-west (ht 21/11/2014)

Bill readied to enforce free and compulsory education (kp 20/11/2014), Education for free to all children only on paper (ht 20/11/2014)

Quality School Education: The CTE Way, by Prem Khatry (rn 18/11/2014)

Varsity students build toilet for female students (kp 18/11/2014)

School building in sorry state (ht 18/11/2014)

Literacy campaign: Teaching illiterate people part of examination process (kp 17/11/2014)

Community schools reeling under crisis (ht 17/11/2014)

Four-day holiday for schools during SAARC Summit (rep 14/11/2014) [?????]

Double whammy for mountain students: They leave their books behind at home because they won_t be studying at all for the  six months they are away, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 14/11/2014)

SSRP gets 2-year term extension, by Binod Ghimire (kp 13/11/2014)

Stakeholders call for fixing fee scientifically (ht 12/11/2014)

Govt seeks suggestions on co-op modality plan (kp 11/11/2014), Lawmakers oppose co-op model schools: Lawmakers say the model floated by the government is against right to property guaranteed by the Interim Constitution (kp 14/11/2014), School owners protest proposed change to Education Act (rep 14/11/2014), PABSON objects to co-operative model for institutional schools (ht 21/11/2014)

Irregularities, arrears rife in education sector, say experts (ht 10/11/2014)

Seasonal students crowd school, by Prakash Baral (kp 09/11/2014)

Children walk for hours to reach school, by Uttam Ojha (rep 07/11/2014)

DEOs outline challenges to literacy campaign (rep 05/11/2014)

Room to read In the absence of teachers and funds, even public schools in Kathmandu are failing our future generation, by Shraddha Giri Bohara (kp 04/11/2014)

Officials to publicise names of illiterates (kp 03/11/2014)

Govt failed to get expected result in education, says Yadav (ht 03/11/2014)

80 pc community schools in Saptari without SMC, by Jitendra Kumar Jha (rep 03/11/2014)

Textbook printing: 21 pvt publishers get permission, by Binod Ghimire (kp 01/11/2014), Private sector allowed to print 20 million textbooks (rep 01/11/2014)

Kids run literacy class for parents (kp 01/11/2014)

Pabson asks govt to scrap cooperative modality plan (kp 28/10/2014)

SLC results in gradingsystem for 99 schools, by Kokila KC (kp 28/10/2014)

License of 29 private schools scrapped (ek 26/10/2014) [related to Bhaktapur], 29 private paper schools scrapped, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 27/10/2014)

Flood-hit school faces operational problems, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 23/10/2014)

Germany sees rise in Nepali students (kp 23/10/2014)

Govt to build 810 toilets for girls by December (rep 22/10/2014)

Textbook monitoring begins for new academic session (ht 20/10/2014)

JSSK hopes to print books on time this year (kp 19/10/2014)

New rule makes practical exams easier: SLC students can now appear in tests at their own schools, by Kokila KC (ht 18/10/2014)

Girl students’ attendance up after schools built toilets (ht 18/10/2014)

Literacy classes to kick off from November 17 in 17 districts (ht 17/10/2014)

Wind of change: Political changes have to be accompanied by changes in curriculum that prepare people for new realities, by Pramod Mishra (kp 16/10/2014)

Schools offer meal to keep students around, by Pratap Bista (kp 13/10/2014)

Experts say country needs new education policy (ht 13/10/2014)

Flood fears affectregular classes, by Bharat Koirala (ht 13/10/2014)

School, surrounded by Koshi River, in sorry state (ht 13/10/2014)

New school building useless for a year: Contractor yet to hand over the structure to management (ht 12/10/2014)

Eradicating illiteracy: Target still to be met after spending Rs six billion (ht 11/10/2014)

Breaking the Barriers: How far does the taboo stretch?, by Nitya Pandey (rep 10/10/2014)

Literary campaign to begin from mid-Nov (kp 09/10/2014)

31 Bhaktapur schools enlisted for merger (kp 08/10/2014)

Amping up quality education for the hearing impaired, by Chetan Adhikari (kp 08/10/2014)

Hostel increases enrolment in remote Ghunsa school, by Ananda Gautam (kp 07/10/2014)

DEO Bhaktapur to merge public schools after Dashain (ht 01/10/2014)

Private good, public bad, by Binod Ghimire (kp 27/09/2014)

SLC results: Oldest community school lives up to its reputation, by Amrita Anmol (kp 26/09/2014)

Hollowed out: Education in Madhesh is plagued by politics, corruption and ignorance, by Prajjwal Kumar Dahal (rep 25/09/2014)

OCE reports house on SLC rewsults: Over 10,000 students fail all eight subjects (kp 22/09/2014), Shame-laden certificate: When thousands fail SLC exams in all eight subjects, so do we (kp 23/09/2014)

Starting conversations, selling booksThe success of book fairs is a positive development for writers and readers alike. But the surge does not necessarily signal a growth in quality, by Chahana Sigdel (kp 20/09/2014)

MoE told to table new education bill immediately (kp 19/09/2014)

ANNISU-R padlocks school offices (kp 17/09/2014), Fee hike row talks inconclusive (kp 19/09/2014), School shutdown hits over 3 million students nationwide (kp 20/09/2014), Academic activities halted (ht 20/09/2014), Schools to adjust hiked fee by November 1 (rep 20/09/2014), ANNISU-R withdraws strike (ht 21/09/2014)

Only teacher plays truant, school shut (ht 11/09/2014)

Unhealthy race to literacy: Competition to attain early literate status has taken precedence over the real objective of teaching people to read and write, by Binod Ghimire (kp 09/09/2014), Literate Nepal: A noble concept with lax preparation, interview with Mana Prasad Wagle (kp 09/09/2014), Government needs to employ aggressive steps to meet 1.7 million target (kp 09/09/2014)

Thinking Of Education: New Vision Needed, by Prem Khatry (rn 09/09/2014) [see part 2]

SLC chance exam resultspublished; 65 cent pass (ht 08/09/2014)

MoE to provide quality education: 84 per cent adults between 15 and 60 years are already literate in the country (ht 08/09/2014)

Learning for life: The school-level curricula needs to be based on what students face in day-to-day life, by Richa Bhattarai (kp 07/09/2014)

13 schools to be honoured on Sept 8 (ht 05/09/2014)

Bid to end educational inequality (ht 05/09/2014)

2 dozen public schools in Bhaktapur opt for merger, by Binod Ghimire (kp 02/09/2014)

Incredible! Nepal ‘total literate’ next year, by Binod Ghimire (kp 01/09/2014), Govt has tough challenge to make 1.7m people literate in a year, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 01/09/2014), Going for gold: Achieving ‘total literacy’ by next year would be truly remarkable (kp 02/09/2014)

180 central regionschools merged (ht 01/09/2014)

NFEC to celebrate literacy week from today (ht 01/09/2014)

A non-starter: Years of government's attempts to increase access of marginalized groups to education fail to bear desired results, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 30/08/2014)

Nepal’s first school awaits reconstruction (kp 29/08/2014)

Class Teacher breaks pupil’s finger (kp 18/08/2014)

Chepang children elated, upbeat to go to school, by Pawan Yadav (kp 24/08/2014)

DEO section officer releases fund for non-existing school (ht 23/08/2014), Minister steps over legal provision to permit school, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 24/08/2014)

Govt mulls pvt mgmt of public schools, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 23/08/2014)

Student no. falls by 317k in 2 yrs, by Binod Ghimire (kp 22/08/2014)

Curriculum mapping for creative learning (kp 20/08/2014)

The Rs 1 School: Donate a rupee a day and educate a child, by Devaki Bista (nt 15/08/2014)

6,000 children of ex-Haliya in far west not in school, by Barun Paneru (rep 13/08/2014)

Schools fined over unapproved fee (kp 10/08/2014)

Kanchanpur literacy programme ‘ineffective’, by Bhawani Bhatta (kp 10/08/2014)

Most private schools at high risk from natural disasters, by Sujata Awale (ht 09/08/2014)

Illegal schools defying state directives (ht 08/08/2014)

Money for nothing: The government is making a mistake by providing monetary incentive to teachers to take part in trainings, by Umes Shrestha (kp 07/08/2014)

Mired in controversy: Govt's aim to achieve total literacy by 2015 under fire as it mismatches with average life expectancy, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 07/08/2014)

A Visit To English Classrooms In Nepal, by R.K.P. Shrestha (rn 05/08/2014)

Girls’ edu campaign in 37 VDCs in disarray (kp 28/07/2014)

Error-laden mark sheets giving tough time to students (ht 26/07/2014)

TKP Career Edufair starts Friday (kp 23/07/2014), The Kathmandu Post Career Edufair kicks off (kp 26/07/2014), Over 80,000 participants in two days (kp 27/07/2014), The Kathmandu Post Career Edufair concludes (kp 28/07/2014)

Govt steps up efforts to improve community schools’ performance, by Binod Ghimire (kp 23/07/2014)

Govt to merge 200 schools this fiscal (ht 22/07/2014)

Private Solutions: One viable solution to the poor performance of students in the SLC is to expand the choice of schools available, by Bimal Adhikari (kp 22/07/2014)

Low school enrolment prompts government to promote merger, by Binod Ghimire (kp 20/07/2014)

Poverty keeping children out of school in Pyuthan villages (ht 20/07/2014)

Registration of 32 'paper' schools cancelled, by Madan Thakur (rep 18/07/2014)

Quest to redefine madrassa education: More and more Islamic seminaries are incorporating government curriculum; Experts say education opportunities improving for Muslim girls, by Weena Pun (kp 17/07/2014)

Schools get 51-point directive from DEO Kaski (ht 17/07/2014)

Accounts of 124schools blocked (ht 17/07/2014)

‘School libraries remain ineffective’, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 16/07/2014)

Blatant loot: Glossy advertisements and word of mouth promotion by friends and relatives make it hard for SLC graduates to find the right college, by Shirsti Kafle (rep 16/07/2014)

Include moral education in schools: NPABSAN (rep 15/07/2014)

Funds embezzlement: 200 Sarlahi schools face closure (kp 14/07/2014)

Communities balk at managerial responsibility for schools: Survey, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 12/07/2014)

Civic education: For Citizens' Dignity (sp 11/07/2014)

Community schools ‘misappropriate’ funds, by Parbat Portel (kp 11/07/2014)

Illegal schools operating despite DEO diktat in Doti district (ht 09/07/2014)

Cash-strapped community school pays teachers in kind, by Bishal Bhattarai (rep 09/07/2014)

The route reverse: Lured by benefits, students quit private schools to join public ones, by Kalendra Senjuwal (rep 09/07/2014)

Visual rhetoric: Education has become just another product in an unregulated market place, by Shuv Raj Rana Bhat (kp 06/07/2014)

Playing tricks with children's future: Rupandehi DEO turns blind eye to private schools that lack basic infrastructure, by Rekha Bhushal (rep 05/07/2014)

SLC re-totaling results by end of this month, says OCE (ht 04/07/2024)

Ministry seeks action against errant orientation schools (ht 04/07/2014)

Govt set to celebrate ‘Illiteracy Eradication Year’ (ht 03/07/2014)

DoE to prepare students’ database: Aims to curb irregularities reported in some schools (ht 02/07/2014)

Bajura girls skip school for 5 days every month, by Krishna Oli (rep 02/07/2014)

Course of neglect: Science students are made to learn theories but the need of inducing scientific thought is utterly neglected, by Ananda Kafle (rep 01/07/2014)

Nobel method urged to check on dropouts (kp 01/07/2014)

Govt action against schools with nil result (ht 30/06/2014)

Most schools without financial records (ht 30/06/2014)

Room to read: Investment in public libraries is a prerequisiteto a knowledge-based society (kp 25/06/2014)

Education system blamedfor students’ flight abroad (ht 25/06/2014)

Failure Is Not A Crime, by Hira Bahadur Thapa (rn 25/06/2014)

A lesson in failure: Disparity between private and public schools, in the SLC can be attributed to risks and rewards to teachers, by Ram C. Acharya (kp 23/06/2014), Despite hefty spending, govt schools fail to improve results (kp 24/06/2014)

The system ensured jobs for teachers, not education for children, interview with Mana Prasad Wagle (kp 23/06/2014)

Six districts to attain total literacy in a month, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 23/06/2014) [??], Lalitpur declared first fully literate district: 99.2 per cent literacy among people aged 15-60 (ht 24/06/2014), Bid to declare Lalitpur as first total literate district courts controversy, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 24/06/2014)

Poor pass rate puts schools in tight spot, by Binod Ghimire (kp 22/06/2014)

Vocational school in every electoralconstituency: It will be one of the flagship programs to be announced in the budget (kp 22/06/2014)

Karnali of the Kathmandu Valley: No a single student gets through this year�s SLC exams from a community school in Lalitpur; Who is primarily responsible for the fiasco?, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 21/06/2014)

SLC exams: Results Of Mismanagement, by Keshab Poudel (sp 20/06/2014)

Focus On Competition, Not Restriction, by Dikendra Kunwar (rn 20/06/2014)

School dropout rate among girls higher: Survey (ht 20/06/2014)

Through the Iron Gate, by Nitya Pandey (rep 20/06/2014)

Alternative testing: Providing those lacking in intellectual ability with practical skills and training can be a sensible solution, by Jagannath Adhikari (kp 19/06/2014)

Scholarship winnersforced to pay fees (ht 18/06/2014)

Regulate private schools, PMO directs Ministry of Education (ht 17/06/2014)

Where aging mothers aced literacy exams, by Prakash Baral (kp 17/06/2014)

On SLC and assessments: It's time for our school system to rethink how they conduct assessments and why, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 17/06/2014), Flagrant failure: The problem is not with the whole educational system but with the public schools and the way they are run, by Surath Giri (rep 17/06/2014), The class divide: Year after year, poor SLC results show the gulf between public and private schools runs deep (kp 18/06/2014), Iron grave: We had our reason for our angst; our son would most probably fail in Nepali; He transferred from abroad without any knowledge of the language, by Dharma Adhikari (rep 18/06/2014), No future for Nepal, unless our public schools improve, interview with Bidya Nath Koirala (rep 18/06/2014)

Students make do with makeshift tents, by Prakash Singh (ht 16/06/2014)

Grade IX-Xtextbooks yetto arrive inJhapa schools (ht 16/06/2014)

SLC success rate stagnates: With 43.92 pass percentage, Edu Dept fails in its promise to achieve double-digit growth, by Binod Ghimire (kp 14/06/2014), SLC pass percentageslightly up this year, by Kokila KC (ht 14/06/2014), SLC results: Public schools big letdown (kp 15/06/2014), MoE reiterates ‘doing homework’ to reform education policy: Spokesman blames faulty system for poor School Leaving Certificate exam results (ht 15/06/2014), 28.19 pc pass SLC in public schools, 93.12 pc in private: Failed students mostly from poorer families, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 15/06/2014), SLC results lay bare regional inequalities (rep 15/06/2014), Time for change: There is a need for a paradigm shift in the current education policy framework, by Jayash Paudel (rep 15/06/2014), SLC Results: Failure Of The System, by Nandalal Tiwari (rn 16/06/2014), 331 schools see nil SLC results (kp 16/06/2014), SLC: Institutional schools fared better: Pass percentage more than three times compared to community academies, by Kokila KC (ht 16/06/2014), CIAA urged to probe nil results (ht 18/06/2014), 608 fake community schools under CIAA scanner (rep 18/06/2014)

The new preschool paradigm, by Shibani Pandey (kp 14/06/2014)

VDC without a lower secondary school, by Jaya Bahadur Rokaya (kp 10/06/2014)

‘No ceiling on school advertising’ (kp 09/06/2014)

Schools in Banke shut down due to extreme heat, by Tekendra Basyal (rep 09/06/2014)

SLC results by first weekof Ashad, says OCE (ht 09/06/2014), SLC results likely by Saturday (kp 11/06/2014)

Dhankuta schools await textbooks (kp 07/06/2014)

Non-teaching school staff seek Act amendment: Say delay will deprive them of post-job facilities they are entitled to (ht 07/06/2014)

Child-friendly teaching enhancesstanding of govt schools (ht 06/06/2014)

Eight Valley schools face DoE action (ht 04/06/2014)

Literacy classes ineffective in Ramechhap district, by Tika Prasad Bhatta (kp 01/06/2014)

Yarsagumba hunt leaves west Nepal schools deserted (rep 01/06/2014)

Public schools attract hordes of students, by Chetan Adhikari (kp 31/05/2014) [related to Jhapa]

Madrassas go modern: Computers could change the face of Islamic schools in the Tarai, as well as increase enrollment, by Sabrina Toppa (kp 31/05/2014)

Schools in cholera-hit areas unlikely to reopen soon, by Madan Thakur (rep 30/05/2014)

Yarsa hunt leaves schools closed (ht 24/05/2014)

Education minister’s house runs unregistered school: DEO (kp 23/05/2013)

Govt preparing to table bill on free education (ht 23/05/2014)

Schools withdraw tuition fee hike decision (ht 22/05/2014)

Need of the hour: Our education system has been unable to develop entrepreneurs who will create jobs that students aspire, by Surath Giri (rep 20/05/2014)

Over 250 Parsa schools sans management committees (ht 18/05/2014)

Dropout rate high in Kanchanpur schools (kp 17/05/2014)

PABSON urges students to call off protests, sit for dialogue: Says high-level task force will study fee hike issue (ht 17/05/2014), PABSON forms committee to study fee hike, other issues (rep 17/05/2014)

A second chance: Middle-aged women in the Capital are being given another shot at  education by a handful of schools offering five- to six-year SLC courses, by Pratichya Dulal (kp 17/05/2014)

Edu-fair 2014 opens to overwhelming response (kp 16/05/2014), Students throng Kantipur Hissan education fair (kp 17/05/2014), Kantipur Hissan Edu-Fair draws over 200k visitors (kp 18/05/2014), ‘Edu-fair sharing right information’ (kp 21/05/2014)

Textbook printing: Private publishers to get more share, by Binod Ghimire (kp 14/05/2014), Private sector to print textbooks: Decision taken to address book crisis (ht 14/05/2014), Sub-standard books sold in Pyuthan (ht 15/05/2014), Text books scarce, guess papers selling like hot cakes (ht 15/05/2014)

MoE to throw book at schools charging high: Warns them to abide by laws while setting fee structure (ht 14/05/2014)

Textbooks shortage in Jajarkot (kp 14/05/2014)

Commercialisation Of Education In Nepal, by Narayan Upadhyay (rn 14/05/2014)

English-medium classes increase student enrolment, by Prakash Baral (kp 13/05/2014)

Schools evading social audit for years (ht 13/05/2014)

Private school operators defend tuition fee hike (kp 11/05/2014), Union warns of indefinite strike if fee hike not reversed (ht 13/05/2014)

Back to school: The government’s school admission  campaigns must move beyond token rallies, by Dinesh Koirala (kp 11/05/2014)

Dispute over resource likely to complicate merger of defunct community schools, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 10/05/2014)

Textbook turf wars: Already a month into the new academic session, thousands of students across the country have yet to get their textbooks, by Binod Ghimire (kp 10/05/2014)

Class IX, X textbooks unavailable in Udayapur (ht 10/05/2014)

CIAA tells schools to go by the book (ht 08/05/2014)

Govt to enforce edu regulations (kp 08/05/2014)

Kanchanpur schools lack toilet for girls, by Bhawani Bhatta (kp 08/05/2014)

Mid West schools still lack textbooks, by Thakur Singh Tharu (kp 08/05/2014)

Corruption  blamed for textbook  crisis (ht 07/05/2014)

School bodies, student body shut down schools (ht 06/05/2014)

Bid to bring special-need kids to school (kp 05/05/2014)

Adult literacy programme a huge success in Pyuthan: Women showing more interest to learn, say they want to pass SLC exams (ht 04/05/2014)

‘Commission bargain’ causes book shortage, by Shankar Acharya (kp 03/05/2014)

Textbooks in short supply:  Hilly districts in the far-west affected the most (ht 03/05/2014)

Schools told to stop unauthorised classes (ht 01/05/2014)

Illegal pvt schools closed in Panchthar (ht 30/04/2014)

Effective teaching-learning: Sincerity a must, by Ishwor Kadel (ht 30/04/2014)

School Education: Virus On The Hard Disk, by Prem Khatry (rn 29/04/2014)

Cheat sheet: Widespread cheating during examinations reflects the depravity of society at large, by Chandra Mani Bimoli (kp 27/04/2014)

Textbooks available, buyers rare (ht 26/04/2014)

For mother-tongue education (rep 25/04/2014)

People plus: Quality education will help Nepal achieve its human capital potential, by Saloman Rajbanshi (kp 24/04/2014)

Cases filed for selling school stationeries illegally (kp 23/04/2014)

Classrooms roofless, studies affected (ht 23/04/2014)

Diktat to close down unauthorised schools (ht 23/04/2014)

Sixty per cent schools in Dadeldhura stink (ht 23/04/2014)

Students close schools in Dhanusha, by Suresh Yadav (rep 22/04/2014)

Grade 10 absenteeism (kp 21/04/2014)

Textbooks printed by private publishers goes unsold, by Binod Subedi (rep 20/04/2014), Dhading DEO team visits JSSK for books, by Sudip Kaini (kp 21/04/2014), Textbook scarcity looms large in far west (ht 22/04/2014), Yet another year of
textbook shortage in Ramechhap
(ht 24/04/2014)

English for all (kp 18/04/2014)

Say Yes To Training, by Nirajan Pudasaini (rn 17/04/2014)

Education at Bajura community schools not free, by Krishna Oli (rep 17/04/2014)

Multilingual education fails to attract students in Jhapa, by Raju Adhikari (rep 17/04/2014)

12 pc kids in Rukum out of school (ht 16/04/2014)

Students set to start new session without textbooks, by Benupraj Bhattarai (rep 14/04/2014), Govt fails to deliver again; schools begin sans books, by Binod Ghimire (kp 16/04/2014), Only ‘33pc’ of textbooks supplied (kp 17/04/2014), New session starts sans books (ht 18/04/2014), Schools without textbooks: Let’s all congratulate our incompetent government for  being consistent in at least one thing: failing in its responsibilities towards the country’s youth, by Guffadi (kp 19/04/2014)

Govt plan to promote literacy: Aims to award lakhs to fully-literate local bodies (ht 13/04/2014)

Where lessons are never learnt (ht 13/04/2014)

Coffee plantation course to be included in Gulmi schools, by Bishal Bhattarai (rep 13/04/2014)

Education: Is Our Priority On Quality Or Quantity?, by Dikendra Kunwar (rn 11/04/2014)

Bad education: Our system of education has failed to establish a link with local cultures, geographies and economies, by Vishnu Karki (kp 08/04/2014)

Our Education: Printing Money, Losing Values?, by Prem Khatry (rn 08/04/2014)

School reopening after 30 yrs takes class in toilet room, by Madan Thakur (rep 06/04/2014)

Opportunities and challenges: What we need is inclusive and multilingual language policy, along with strong will and definite action plan to implement it, by Shankar Dewan (rep 05/04/2014)

Led astray: Vibrant debate on policies to enhance student awareness on higher education abroad is missing, by Jayash Poudel (rep 05/04/2014)

Family literacy: A reversed legacy, by Nitya Pandey (rep 04/04/2014)

Lawmakers take govt to task over textbook crisis (ht 02/04/2014), No change of scene (ht 04/04/2014)

Textbooks delivering process begins, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 02/04/2014), Textbook distribution deal: Private distributors get down to work (kp 06/04/2014)

Facebook phenomenon: The literacy angle, by Mana Prasad Wagley (ht 02/04/2014)

Community schools not gender-sensitive enough to retain girls, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 01/04/2014)

All community schools in remote Khumbu teaching in English medium (nn 01/04/2014)

Storing SLC answer sheets a new problem (kp 31/03/2014)

Behind the Iron Gate, by Binod Ghimire and Nhooja Tuladhar (kp 29/03/2014) [with a number of charts]

'Iron Gate' won't fall until +2 system is integrated, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 28/03/2014)

Queen’s English in a new republic: Demand from parents and increasing competition from private schools have forced community schools to adopt English, by Tsering Dolker Gurung (nt 28/03/2014)

Where's the will? Compulsory education, by Aditya Man Shrestha (rep 26/03/2014)

Literacy move benefits 13,500 (kp 26/03/2014)

SLC marking riddled with mistakes, by Binod Ghimire (kp 25/03/2014)

5 students, 6 invigilators expelled in Saptari district (kp 24/03/2014), Irregularities on third day of SLC exams (ht 24/03/2014), Exam centre stormed: Parents and relatives demand SLC examinees should be allowed to cheat (kp 25/03/2014), Fifteen  examinees expelled on fourth day of SLC exams: Police thrash running guard on the charge of helping  students cheat during test (ht 25/03/2014), Two hurt in SLC exam centre firing, by Shyam Sundar Shashi (kp 26/03/2014), Police open fire, two SLC examinees hurt: Security personnel accused of misbehaving with a girl; Exam postponed (ht 26/03/2014), Police fire warning shots as scuffles with SLC examinees leave 3 injured, by Suresh Yadav (rep 26/03/2014), Teachers charging SLC students for admit cards, by Bhim Bahadur Singh (kp 26/03/2014), Landlord evicts three Dalit students (ht 28/03/2014), SLC examinations conclude (nn 28/03/2014), Foul play goes on despite stern measures, by Binod Ghimre (kp 29/03/2014), SLC examinations conclude (ht 29/03/2014)

Women take to adult literacy programme (ht 24/03/2014)

Party politics mars Chitwan schools: Most school  management committees in the district appoint teachers on the basis of political affiliations, by Binod Tripathi (kp 24/03/2014)

Idle Sajha may be denied book dealership (kp 24/03/2014), 'Textbook crisis likely to be worst in five years', by Nirjana Sharma (rep 24/03/2014), Inexcusable: School book shortage (rep 24/03/2014), Janak Shiksha severs ties with Sajha, to go solo, by Binod Ghimire (kp 26/03/2014), JEMC ends 40 years of partnership with Sajha Publication, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 26/03/2014), Loss of major revenue source poses existential threat to indebted Sajha, by Anjali Subedi (rep 30/03/2014)

Free meal encouraging girls to attend classes; But here is food for thought: Many schools are facing resource crunch (ht 23/03/2014)

Battered textbooks jeer at govt's reuse policy, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 23/03/2014)

Defying age, grannies learning alphabets (ht 22/03/2014)

Yearn to learn: The linear, prescriptive education  system needs an overhaul (kp 21/03/2014)

Education of daughters neglected in Bajura (ht 21/03/20914)

An unhealthy schism, academician and former vice chancellor of Tribhuvan University Kedar Bhakta Mathema on the schooling system in the country (kp 21/03/2014)

Exemplary exceptions: The public-schooling system in the country might find itself in dire straits, but there are a few schools that have proven welcome anomalies, by Binod Ghimire (kp 21/03/2014)

Forging ahead: The private school way, by Binod Ghimire (kp 21/03/2014)

SC stays decision to hike school fees (ht 20/03/2014), Apex Court stays school fee hike (kp 20/03/2014)

566,085 students set for Iron Gate tests: The biggest examination in the education sector begins today across the country (ht 20/03/2014), SLC exams begin today (rep 21/03/2014), First day of SLC largely peaceful across nation (kp 21/03/2014), No untoward incident on first day of SLC exam (ht 21/03/2014)

Over 6,300 barred from SLC exams in eastern districts (kp 19/03/2014), 600 students in Dang barred from sitting for SLC, by Devendra Basnet (rep 19/03/2014)

With no Braille books, blind SLC examinees worry, by Nirajan Poudel (rep 19/03/2014)

Rs 100,000 fine for violating rules (kp 19/03/2014)

Parties share SLC superintendent posts: NC, UML get 12 each, UCPN-Maoist gets five (ht 18/03/2014) [???]

Killing creativity: It's time to revisit SLC examination system to examine students' academic competence, by Manita Karki (rep 18/03/2014)

Computer education through solar power (ht 18/03/2014)

Hefty fine, six-month custody for cheating students (ht 17/03/2014)

OEC to adopt audio notice board for SLC, by Binod Ghimire (kp 13/03/2014), Over 500,000 to appear in SLC exams: No home centers this year, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 13/03/2014)

Cause and effect: Moral policing of the kind being tried out in Chitwan has no place in a free society like ours, by Deepak Thapa (kp 13/03/2014)

Schools fail to construct: Students attending classes in the open (ht 13/03/2014)

Illiteracy to remain only in 39 districts, by Binod Ghimire (kp 11/03/2014), Nepal on track to attain total literacy goal, interview with Baburam Poudel (kp 11/03/2014), PABSON's fee hike proposal draws ire (rep 12/03/2014), Court moved against Pabson’s fee hike plan (kp 18/03/2014)

KC elected Pabson chairman (kp 10/03/2014)

Distribute school textbooks on time, rights watchdog tells govt (ht 10/03/2014)

Mastering other languages: For jobs, business and self-satisfaction (ht 09/03/2014)

Eastern region gears up for SLC examinations: 1,33,000 examinees in bid to make it through the Iron Gate (ht 08/03/2014)

Non-formal education programme: Nepali text prescribed for Maithali learners (ht 07/03/2014)

Parents discriminate in education  between sons and daughters (ht 07/03/2014)

The Nepali educational scenario: Changes are imperative, by Mana Prasad Wagley (ht 05/03/2014)

Learning new lessons: Burdened by rote learning and ineffective examinations, our schools need to adopt a student-friendly pedagogy, by Babu Ram Neupane (kp 04/03/2014)

Mentally challenged student exploited on school premises (ht 03/03/2014)

School monitoring made easy in Sindhuli, by Min Kumar Dahal (ht 01/03/2014)

Senior Citizens In School Curriculum, by Bishnu Gautam (rn 28/02/2014)

Beyond the academics, by Roshani Dhamala (rep 28/02/2014)

School project funds 'misappropriated', by Bechu Gaud (kp 26/02/2014), Millions embezzled in construction of schools (ht 06/03/2014)

Over 560k to take SLC examination (kp 25/02/2014), SLC preparations complete (ht 27/02/2014), Parents protest OCE ban on home centres, by Jaya Bahadur Rokaya (kp 01/03/2014)

DEO seeks clarification from 41 schools: Declining number of students shows public schools can no longer attract guardians (ht 25/02/2014)

50 pc textbooks yet to be printed, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 24/02/2014)

Sans Braille textbooks, blind students struggle head of SLC exams, by Dilip Poudel (rep 24/02/2014)

A callous education: Many private schools in Kathmandu are run by leaders who care little about developing young minds, by Niranjan Kunwar (kp 23/02/2014)

Two dozen schools in Morang to be closed or merged (ht 23/02/2014)

DDC aid to increase school enrolment, by Madhav Aryal (kp 23/02/2014)

SLC question papers reach 72 districts (kp 22/02/2014)

Negligence may cost 20 SLC students dear (ht 22/02/2014)

Rural school taking a great leap in IT (ht 22/02/2014)

Udayapur schools, teachers instructed to construct toilets, by Dilliram Khatiwada (kp 21/02/2014)

Learning from a distance, by Roshani Dhamala (rep 21/02/2014)

Compulsory school education program in doldrums (rep 17/02/2014)

Means of equality: English instruction in school (rep 17/02/2014)

Lack of child-friendly infrastructure affects Dailekh students’ performance, by Prakash Adhikari (kp 16/02/2014)

Literacy program gathers steam as deadline to meet target looms, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 16/02/2014)

Poverty keeps 4.5 per cent children out of school (ht 16/02/2014)

Bank accounts of schools blocked (ht 12/02/2014)

Insidious spiral: A child from a poor family in Nepal is not likely to escape his humble beginnings, by Roshani Bhujel (rep 12/02/2014)

Treasure trove: Education in mother tongue is a must to help marginalized youth gain social acceptance without compromising on their identity, by Roshan Adhikari (rep 10/02/2014)

Guardians shut school demanding probe (ht 10/02/2014)

Computer education fund unutilised in govt schools (ht 03/02/2014)

Challenges Before Multilingual Education In Nepal, by Govinda Bahadur Tumbahang (rn 01/02/2014)

Government to provide PC to schools (kp 01/02/2014)

Budget cuts hit Achham schools (ht 01/02/2014)

School drop-out rate in Nepal ‘staggering’, by Weena Pun (kp 30/01/2014), Retaining kids in school a tough ask (ht 30/01/2014), Stay in school: Social realities must be taken into account to reduce dropout rates (kp 31/01/2014)

Chepang children deprived of education, by Bimal Khatiwada (kp 30/01/2014)

Officials ‘demand commission’ from school budget, by Durga Lal KC (kp 29/01/2014)

Infrastructure-challenged school (ht 27/01/2014)

Private homes turn schools (ht 27/01/2014)

Open-air class as school lacks block, by Prakash Singh (ht 26/01/2014)

Literacy drive bears fruit (ht 26/01/2014)

Modern Education And Civilisation, by Durga Gautam (rn 25/01/2014)

Education for all, by Nitya Pandey (rep 24/01/2014)

Public school popular (ht 23/01/2014)

National literary drive kicks off; aims to declare 36 districts 'fully literate' (nn 23/01/2014)

Benefit to defray cost of education for Nepalese children, by Erin Barrett (Ithaca.com 23/01/2014)

Palpa set to leave capital behind with highest literacy, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 22/01/2014)

Govt orders end to SLC send-up exams (rep 21/01/2014), One's enough: Send-up examinations (rep 21/01/2014)

130 Salyan schools lack toilet: Officials say the problem has increased girls’ dropout and absenteeism, by Binod Ghimire (kp 20/01/2014)

Schools defy order, hold send-up exams (kp 20/01/2014)

Literacy programme fails to make impact, by Himal Dhungel (ht 19/01/2014)

No books for SLC examinees (ht 18/01/2014)

Book crisis looms as distributor uncertain (kp 14/01/2014), Long past due: Govt’s failure to deliver books again puts the education of children at stake (kp 15/01/2014), Secy's role in textbook supply to Karnali questioned, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 16/01/2014), JSSK-Sajha truce ends textbooks row, by Binod Ghimire (kp 17/01/2014)

No seat for Dalit students in Dailekh school, by Govinda K.C. (rep 14/01/2014)

Computer education without computers in Jajarkot (nn 12/01/2014)

Kavre to achieve universal literacy (ht 11/01/2014)

No school for Bhote kids during winter, by Arjun Shah (kp 09/01/2014)

Technological teaching: Use of information communication technology in teaching is vital to preparing children for the digital age, by Shesha Kanta Pangeni (kp 09/01/2014)

School padlocked for 14 months, kids study in open (ht 08/01/2014)

Schools reduced to family business in Sarlahi, by Santosh Singh (rep 08/01/2014)

JSSK to report book details daily (kp 07/01/2014)

Govt plans English medium in schools (kp 07/01/2014)

It’s a four-hour walk to school (ht 07/01/2014)

School dropout rate goes up in mid-west region (ht 06/01/2014)

Govt does away with home centers to keep exams fair (rep 06/01/2014)

Schoolchildren sans textbooks (ht 05/01/2014)

Hard choices await govt funded schools: perform or face merger, by Nirjana Sharma (rep 05/01/2014)

Needs to improvise the examination system (rep 04/01/2014)

Public education in Nepal: Inequity problems, by Mana Prasad Wagley (ht 03/01/2014)

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