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Teachers to get salary on monthly basis (rn 14/05/2024)

Education ministry directs govt teachers to return to work except those undergoing treatment for severe illnesses (rep 08/05/2024)

Education Minister, Chief Election Commissioner discuss action against party-affiliated teachers (kh 16/04/2024) [The chancellor of all universities must be the prime minister, but teachers are denied the fundamental right to be involved in a political party. This is extremely strange!], Government to crack down on teachers engaged in partisan politics : Ministry of Education asserts action aligns law, court orders, and international practice (kp 17/04/2024) [This is definitely not a practice in truly democratic states! All citizens have the fundamental right to be politically active. Let's take Germany as an example: teachers are active in political parties in large numbers and many of them hold public office, at best taking temporary leave of absence for practical reasons and then returning to their teaching jobs. Punishing teachers for their political engagement is a crime!], Teachers’ union challenges Education Minister Shrestha's policy on political affiliation (rep 19/04/2024) [This is correct and justified on the basis of international concepts of democracy and fundamental human rights!]

Over 2,000 Kathmandu teachers to get training from Kathmandu University : Metropolis officials hope the move will help improve the quality of education in government schools (kp 06/04/2024)

Teachers Service Commission invites applications for 778 positions of temporary teachers (rep 14/02/2024)

Shortage of secondary-level teachers hits schools : Forty secondary schools in Achham district are compelled to make do with underqualified teachers for English, Mathematics, and Science, by Menuja Dhungana (kp 30/01/2024)

Schools in remote areas suffer from teacher crunch : There are 64 secondary schools in Bajura, and of them, only 17 have permanent teacher positions, most of them only one or two permanent teachers, by Arjun Shah (kp 02/01/2024)

Prioritising teachers’ training : While preparing the teaching force has been a global concern, Nepal has given it the least priority, by Babu Lama (kp 26/12/2023)

KMC invites applications for 71 principals and 11 source teachers (rep 03/11/2023)

Govt and agitating teachers reach agreement; teachers withdraw protest programs (kh 29/09/2023), Agitating teachers end their protracted protest : The strike ends as the government agrees to allow relief quota teachers to compete in internal tests for permanent postings, by Binod Ghimire (kp 30/09/2023)

Flawed Legislative Process Irks Teachers, by Mukti Rijal (rn 28/09/2023) [No right to information, no democratic procedures, only authoritarian decisions by supposedly democratic politicians based on internal agreements! This is how the rule of law works in Nepal, presumably as a legacy of the former absolutist monarchy!]

Putting teachers first : Investment in infrastructure must not undermine the need to empower and support teachers, by Bijaya Mani Paudel (kp 27/09/2023)

Relief teachers block streets in Baneshwor after Police intervention in protest (kh 27/09/2023)

What Miffs School Teachers?, by Narayan Upadhyay (rn 26/09/2023)

Teachers should be allowed to form trade unions, says People’s Front Nepal (rep 22/09/2023)

Competing demands make it hard to end teachers’ strike : As local governments claim oversight of schools, teachers fear it will harm their prospects, by Binod Ghimire (kp 22/09/2023), Agitating teachers call off protests, reach 7-point agreement with govt (kh 22/09/2023), Teachers end protest after six-point deal : Those under relief quota, however, reject the agreement and plan to continue the Kathmandu-centric agitation, by Binod Ghimire (kp 23/09/2023)

7 million students deprived of right to education, by Bal Krishna Sah (ht 22/09/2023), Mind children's right as you fight for yours, teachers told (ht 22/09/2023)

Police arrest 17 protesters from Singha Durbar (rep 22/09/2023)

Government-teachers talks inconclusive (rep 21/09/2023), In Pictures: Second day of protest by govt teachers against School Education Bill-2080 at Maitighar, by Rajib Khatri (rep 21/09/2023), DPM Shrestha takes charge of negotiations as agitating teachers refuse to sit for talks with Education Minister Rai (rep 21/09/2023), Second round of talks between govt and agitating teachers inconclusive (kh 21/09/2023)

Teachers to strike nationwide, 7 million students to be hit : They are unhappy with a federal bill’s provisions allowing local units to recruit, transfer and promote teachers, by Binod Ghimire (kp 20/09/2023), KMC to take action if schools close due to teachers' protest (rep 20/09/2023), Thousands of teachers gather in Kathmandu against new education bill (ht 21/09/2023)

Teachers to shut schools, stage nationwide protest against School Education Bill, 2023, by Bal Krishna Sah (ht 18/09/2023)

Teachers’ federation unhappy with Education Bill (kh 16/09/2023), Government-hired teachers protest
against School Education Bill : Protesting teachers say classes will resume only after the bill is withdrawn.
Other teacher organisations too have extended their support to the agitation
(kp 16/09/2023)

Community schools rejoice at local units’ help with hiring teachers : Adarsha Rural Municipality in Doti district has provided 55 teachers to various community schools in its jurisdiction, by Mohan Shahi (kp 01/09/2023)

Licensed teachers in private schools : It will provide quality services by deterring the entry of low-skilled human resources, by Simma Rani Rai (kp 30/07/2023)

Rural schools struggling to fill vacant teacher positions : Maths and science are compulsory subjects up to the secondary level, but there are not enough teachers. Some schools are hiring less qualified teachers, by Ghanshyam Khadka and Mahesh KC (kp 18/07/2023)

Why equal pay provision for community and private school teachers in Kathmandu is flawed : Kathmandu Metropolitan City has directed private schools to pay their teachers in parity with their government school counterparts. Implementing this policy may have significant unintended consequences, by Prakash Maharjan (nlt 14/07/2023)

School employees continue their hunger strike in Kathmandu (kh 03/07/2023)

Better teachers, better education : There is an urgent need for systemic reforms in how we teach our young students, by Sunil Pokhrel (kp 01/06/2023)

Teachers in politics : Most public school teachers in Nepal work with poor pay and perks, which makes them veer towards politics (kp 24/05/2023) [In no democratic country should citizens be excluded from political activity because of their profession. This is one of the fundamental rights of human beings! And why does the exclusion in Nepal, for example, not apply to rich businessmen, while an uprising is being rehearsed against poor teachers?]

Giri elected Teacher Association’s Chair (kh 15/04/2023) [Almost exclusively male Khas Arya were elected in this context. Long live the socially non-inclusive state!]

Make Teachers More Accountable, by Mukti Rijal (rn 12/01/2023)

Growing as effective teachers : The government should initiate national programmes to enhance the competencies of teachers, by Babu Lama (kp 03/10/2022)

Teachers bunking classes : On any given day, more than 80,000 teachers are estimated to be absent from Nepali schools, by Arun Joshi (kp 29/09/2022)

Teachers in politics: Can Balen Shah’s directive herald a dissociation? Although several acts prohibit teachers from having political affiliation, a majority of them are openly affiliated with political parties and are campaigning for them (nlt 25/08/2022) [Excluding certain professional groups from political activity is a serious violation of fundamental human rights. Only the abuse of their professional position, in the case of teachers for example the party-political indoctrination of students, should be legally prosecuted.  In democratic states worldwide, it is normal for teachers to be politically active.]

Govt to reinstate and compensate 233 conflict-affected teachers (kh 16/07/2022) [??]

Revitalising the teaching profession : Academic institutions should offer competitive salaries and benefits to teachers, by Babu Lama (kp 11/07/2022)

Technical teachers’ licensing system : This will be an excellent mechanism for separating trained and untrained teachers, by Rajendra Prasad Adhikari (kp 18/05/2022)

Technical support to teachers: Mentoring as an intervention, by Deependra Bickram Thapa (ht 22/04/2022)

How to teach : Don't be dogmatic, by Sumit Pathak (ht 28/03/2022)

What lies behind the upward trend of resignation among public school teachers in Nepal : Nepal is expected to vote for local level representatives in May this year, and teachers, who hold significant social and political clout in local levels, aspire for various posts. A government job, however, disallows them from contesting the elections (nlt 05/03/2022)

Female teachers at this Bajura school stay away during periods, by Padam Bahadur Singh (ae 24/02/2022)

Teachers take to streets for their salary (ht 26/01/2022)

Who is nurturing violence in Nepal’s public campuses? Acts of violence against teachers in Nepal’s public campuses continue unabated despite student unions’ assurances to control them, by Prasun Sangroula (nlt 27/12/2021)

Blackboard jungle : Educational institutions should nurture mutual respect between teachers and students (kp 23/12/2021)

TSC announces vacancies for 2,600 lower secondary level teachers (kh 22/12/2021)

Of politics and teachers : The history of overt and covert allegiances of teachers to political groups spans many decades, by Abhi Subedi (kp 19/12/2021)

TSC announces vacancies for 1,547 secondary level teachers (kh 15/12/2021)

School teachers attend party general conventions ignoring court order : Status quo will continue until political parties themselves discourage such practices, expert says, by Binod Ghimire (kp 13/12/2021), ‘Karyakarta’ teachers : By participating in political conventions, teachers are flouting court orders (kp 14/12/2021)

Myagdi schools fail to attract subject teachers : Hiring teachers for Science, Mathematics and Computer Science is difficult and those who get appointed request to be transferred to urban areas, by Ghanshyam Khadka (kp 08/12/2021)

What to make of teachers’ involvement in party politics? The teachers have been promoted, honored, and received many other lavish facilities for serving political leaders and parties. They also get transfers according to their wishes, by Prasun Sangroula (nlt 06/12/2021)

Amendment of TSC regulation begins (kh 26/10/2021)

12 teachers injured in clash (kh 20/08/2021)

Teachers of various schools of Suryabinayak resign : As many as four teachers resigned from the same school (rep 20/08/2021)

Teachers Service Commission expedites preparations to recruit 12,000 new school teachers, by Rubi Rauniyar (rep 16/08/2021)

Teachers preparing to stage protest outside PM’s official residence arrested (rep 13/08/2021)

Teachers Service Commission out of work with vacant leadership positions : The commission is unable to announce vacancies for at least 12,000 schoolteachers and decide on promotions of over 2,500 teachers in the absence of chair and members, by Binod Ghimire (kp 23/07/2021) [Thank you Mr Oli, you were the most incompetent PM Nepal has ever seen!]

Teachers deprived of salary (kh 18/07/2021)

Improving learning outcomes: Teachers' commitment is crucial, by Shak Bahadur Budhathoki (ht 15/06/2021)

Budget 2021/22: Salary of teachers in contract and relief quota increased to Rs. 15,000 (kh 29/05/2021)

Government yet to fill teacher vacancies, even as decline in education quality is reported :  Around 10 percent or 13,000 teacher positions are vacant as the Teachers Service Commission has not been able to announce vacancies for the last three years, by Binod Ghimire (kp 07/02/2021)

Private school teachers deprived of salary for months (ht 28/12/2020)

Majority of private school teachers, staffers deprived of salary (ht 22/09/2020)

Teachers unpaid as schools can’t collect pupils’ fees: With the pandemic worsening, the future remains uncertain and the federal government says local governments should look into the matter, by Tsering Ngodup Lama (kp 20/08/2020)

Teachers’ fraternity submits memorandum (ht 15/05/2020)

Private school teachers deprived of salary in Jhapa (ht 10/05/2020)

Improving public schools: Motivate the teachers, by Somy Paudyal (ht 03/03/2020)

'Teacher shortage problem at community schools will be addressed by mid-April' (rep 23/02/2020)

Government opts for volunteers to meet teacher shortfall in Science, Mathematics and English: Selection will begin after local governments provide a list of vacant positions, by Binod Ghimire (kp 22/02/2020)

Pay pursuant to labour act sought for staff at education institutions (ht 02/01/2020)

Kathmandu’s allocation of teacher quotas enrages local governments: Many schools in rural areas have a lower teacher-student ratio while urban schools have a higher number of teachers per student, by Binod Ghimire (kp 22/12/2019)

Stop arbitrary Appointment of Teachers: CIAA (ht 16/12/2019)

Sharpening Teachers For Better Outcome (I), by Prem Khatry (rn 04/12/2019), Sharpening Teachers For Better Outcome (II), by Prem Khatry (rn 11/12/2019)

Teachers’ salaries withheld due to internal dispute (ht 21/11/2019)

Youtube becoming a learning platform for school teachers, by Dinesh Subedi (kp 18/11/2019)

Education Ministry issues circular, asking local governments to stop teacher hiring: Local governments say the move infringes upon their constitutional mandate, by Binod Ghimire (kp 13/11/2019) [Another grave violation of the constitution by the anti-federal Oli government!]

Education policy to empower provinces to appoint teachers (rep 09/11/2019)

Acquiring pedagogical skills: Need for a teaching TVET, by Dronashish Neupane (ht 06/11/2019)

Nepal's teachers need to be educated better: To improve the quality of education, the first thing that needs to be done is producing better teachers, by Bishnu Kumar Khadka (kp 05/11/2019)

Government revises examination system for appointing teachers (ht 19/10/2019)

CIAA bars local governments from appointing teachers on their own: All local governments informed about the views of anti-graft body, by Prithvi Man Shrestha (kp 17/10/2019) [One of so many problems by the failed implementation of the federal state!], Local governments ignore anti-graft body’s directive to stop teacher hiring: Vacancies were announced based on the statutory authority the local level enjoys, they say, by Binod Ghimire (kp 23/10/2019)

Teacher thrashes student (ht 16/10/2019)

Petition filed in Supreme Court against examination for teaching licence (ht 25/09/2019)

Without funds to hire teachers, Myagdi fundraises through musical performances: As the government sets hiring quotas based on the number of students, many community schools in districts like Myagdi are woefully understaffed, by Ghanashyam Khadka (kp 14/09/2019)

Teachers vying for permanent posts now need to take qualifying exams: The new provision will ensure a more competitive teaching force, officials say, by Binod Ghimire (kp 24/08/2019)

Public school teachers launch protests demanding the federal government should manage them: Local government in response says the centre cannot take the move, citing it unconstitutional, by Binod Ghimire (kp 15/08/2019)

Private teachers of govt schools stage protest, by DB Budha (rep 02/07/2019)

School in Achham closed for a week as teachers go on tour, by Menuka Dhungana (kp 04/06/2019)

Teacher fired for not admitting her son to community school, by Shumsher Bikram GC (rep 28/05/2019)

Teachers’ yet to get salary on monthly basis (ht 26/05/2019)

‘Teachers’ appointment only through TSC’ (ht 09/05/2019) [??]

Federal and local governments row over appointment of teachers, by Binod Ghimire (kp 20/04/2019)

Think beyond training: Continuing professional development method is slowly being recognised in Nepal as a key motivator for teachers to develop their skills and knowledge, by Bhogendra Lamichhane (rep 17/04/2019)

Teaching the teachers: Improvement in education not possible without enriching teachers’ skills, by Khagaraj Baral (kp 31/03/2019), Enhancing teachers’ competence: Major component of teaching learning practice is the teacher. Thus if we want to see improvement in teaching learning practice, we should be supporting the teachers, by Khagaraj Baral (rep 09/04/2019)

Government to create permanent positions for relief quota teachers: Experts warn the move will bar fresh candidates from entering the teaching profession, by Binod Ghimire (kp 08/03/2019)

Classes hit hard due to irresponsible teachers (ht 26/02/2019)

New law envisions teaching council to test teachers’ qualification and issue licence, by Binod Ghimire (kp 17/02/2019)

Education Ministry needs Rs 5b to fund teacher redundancy programme: Severance pay ranges from Rs 100,000 to Rs 1 million, by Binod Ghimire (kp 14/02/2019)

Enrolment number drops; teachers left without work, by Binod Bhandari (kp 07/02/2019)

Improving teacher’s delivery through need based trainings (kp 17/01/2019)

Two Boats For Public-school Teachers, by Prem Khatry (rn 01/01/2019)

Part-time teachers obstruct candidacy filing process at TUTA convention (rep 28/12/2018)

Teachers' protest affects education at govt schools in Valley (rep 01/12/2018)

High temporary teacher failure rate to burden state coffers: The promised golden handshake could cost Rs7 billion, early trend shows, by Binod Ghimire (kp 30/11/2018)

Rolpa community schools struggling to pay private teacher salaries, by Dinesh Subedi (rep 28/11/2018)

A lesson in teaching: The Teachers Service Commission should continually supervise and monitor teachers, by Somy Paudyal (kp 25/11/2018)

Jumla schools without teachers even after holidays are over, by DB Budha (rep 13/11/2018)

Vigilance exposes teachers’ avarice: Out of 7,920 permanent teachers of the Tribhuvan University, 1,410 moonlight in other colleges; Teachers conduct just  three to four hours of classes in a week instead of at least 12-15 hours  of classes (kp 02/11/2018)

Thama Maya Pun of Myagdi receives best teacher award (kp 06/09/2018)

Crackdown on fake teachers stepped up (ht 25/08/2018)

Temporary teachers’ examination on July 13, 14 (ht 22/06/2018)

Biometric attendance forces teachers to reach school on time, by Tanka Chhetri (rep 20/06/2018)

Quality education: Improve teachers’ efficiency, by Rupendra Joshi (ht 07/06/2018)

TSC preparing to conduct exam for permanent post of teachers (ht 26/05/2018)

Permanent teacher job test deferred yet again: New contest for reserved and open quotas due later, by Binod Ghimire (kp 31/03/2018)

TSC to conduct exam as scheduled (kp 27/03/2018)

Training for teachers: Enhancing teaching quality, by Santosh Gautam (ht 19/03/2018)

Teachers being appointed arbitrarily (ht 15/03/2018)

Teaching licence holders stage protest against ninth amendment (ht 13/03/2018), Temporary teachers to go on strike (ht 13/03/2018)

Order to recall teachers on deputation: Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development gives Ministry of Education 15 days to recall and place staff in original posts (kp 03/03/2018), Ensure teachers return to schools in 15 days, education ministry told (ht 04/03/2018)

Additional 7,500 temporary teachers to take TSC examination, by Rupesh Acharya (ht 19/02/2018)

Temporary teachers test on April 6 (kp 18/02/2018)

Rural municipality gives seven-day ultimatum to proxy teachers, by Khamma Khatri (rep 15/02/2018)

Village where teachers are produced, by Ganesh BK (rep 01/02/2018)

Local govt, teacher body at loggerheads (ht 23/01/2018

30,000 posts of permanent teachers vacant for years (rep 11/01/2018)

1,420 posts of contractual teachers created (ht 25/11/2017)

TSC pauses teacher recruitment process (kp 21/11/2017), Basic lesson: Govt, Teachers Service Commission should do more to promote teaching as a viable career (kp 22/11/2017)

Temporary teachers threaten protest (ht 27/09/2017)

MoE to survey temporary teachers’ choice: 75pc permanent posts to be reserved for temporary teachers hired from Aug 6, 2004 to July 29, 2016 (kp 22/09/2017)

Temporary teachers resume strike (kp 03/08/2017)

Irregularities in temporary teachers’ selection in Jajarkot (ht 20/07/2017)

Govt to amend Edu Act to suit temporary teachers’ demand (kp 27/06/2017)

4-point deal with temp teachers (kp 24/06/2017)

Is it ethical for teachers to take to politics? Some 1,000 teachers quit their jobs to contest local polls, by Bishnu Prasad Aryal (rep 21/06/2017)

What’s the problem? It is essential to find out why teachers are quitting in droves to join other professions, by Niranjan Khatiwada (kp 02/06/2017)

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

Breaching law, teachers actively campaigning for polls, by Janak KC (rep 29/04/2017)

12 teachers in Khotang resign to contest local elections (rep 27/04/2017)

Teachers quit job to contest polls: Since teachers are taken as respectable personalities in villages and they are in touch with the locals, parties favour them for their poll candidates, by Binod Ghimire (kp 19/04/2017)

Teachers in politics hampering students’ performance (ht 14/04/2017) [The behaviour of political parties is hampering it far more!]

Teachers quit their jobs to contest local polls, by Pabitra Kumar Shahi and Dhruba Dangal (rep 11/04/2017)

Teachers asked not to take part in poll rallies, by Krishna Oli (rep 06/04/2017)

16k permanent postings solely for temp teachers: Teachers Service Commission invites temporary teachers recruited between January 4, 1993 and August 5, 2004 to compete among their peers for permanent posts (kp 02/04/2017)

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

Changing Roles Of Teachers, by Kushal Pokharel (kp 18/02/2017)

Temporary teachers on hunger strike again: Around 25,000 temporary teachers have been staging hunger strikes repeatedly, demanding a permanent status to those who have completed the required process (kp 02/02/2017)

Beyond the classroom: Many of our teachers stiill don't seem to realize how much they can truly impact their studnets' future, by Priyanka Gurung (rep 20/01/2017)

Politicisation of School Teachers, by Kushal Pokharel (rn 14/01/2017)

Reasonable offer: The practice of recruiting staff, in schools or elsewhere, on contract basis, for a long period is a contradiction in terms and should be made illegal (ht 21/12/2016)

Temp teachers knocking doors of top leaders, by Rupesh Acharya (ht 20/12/2016)

DoE seeks details of temporary teachers (ht 19/11/2016)

Manipal teachers strike to press their demands: Students say classes have not taken place since August 23, by Lal Prasad Sharma (kp 08/11/2016), Teachers’ agitation hits students hard (ht 08/11/2016)

TSC preparing to announce teachers’ examination results (ht 04/11/2016)

Agitating temporary teachers postpone protests (ht 28/10/2016)

MoED invites striking teachers for talks (ht 27/10/2016)

Temporary teachers on hunger strike: Teachers demand an internal competition for permanent status and provide medical treatment facility to those failing to gain permanent status (kp 23/10/2016), Teacher management: Temporary teachers should either prove their calibre or take the severance package (kp 24/10/2016)

Higher secondary school teachers’ convention begins (ht 20/10/2016)

Temporary teachers continue protests (ht 19/10/2016)

Details of teachers working past retirement age being collected (ht 18/10/2016)

Temporary teachers threaten to shut community schools (ht 17/19/2016)

Nearly 1k displaced teachers to rejoin jobs (kp 14/10/2016)

Temporary teachers threaten to shut schools (ht 03/10/2016)

DoE collecting details of temporary teachers (ht 28/09/2016)

Education act: Teachers calls for further amendment (kp 30/08/2016)

Lack of regulations affects teachers’ transfer (kp 24/08/2016)

Education ministry set to announce vacancy for 28,000 permanent teachers, by Kokila KC (kp 24/08/2016)

UANTO demands retirement perks for temporary teachers (ht 22/08/2016), Golden handshake set to start next session, by Binod Ghimire (kp 24/08/2016)

A teacher for the times: Those who left their families and came here to teach a generation of Nepali children deserve a salute, by Pramod Mishra (kp 21/07/2016)

Teaching-learning process: A different approach, by Ram Prasad Marasini (ht 24/06/2016)

Hello goodbye: Old teachers will get a warm send-off and a new batch will move in under the golden handshake, by Umesh Raj Regmi (kp 10/06/2016)

More than 40,000 apply for 611 posts (ht 07/06/2016)

Temporary teachers feel neglected (ht 07/06/2016)

School teachers more likely to develop back pain (ht 19/05/2016)

Temporary teachers seek permanent status (ht 11/05/2016)

Teachers’ unions announce merger (ht 02/05/2016)

End discrimination against relief teachers: Lawmakers (ht 28/04/2016)

College teacher’s unscrupulous act: Last week’s arrest spurs broader investigation, by Manish Gautam (kp 19/04/2016)

ID cards for retired teachers, by Kokila KC(ht 12/04/2016)

Fourth school teachers’ union convention to kick off in April-end (ht 22/03/2016)

TSC announces vacancies for teachers (ht 14/03/2016)

Teachers holding two permanent postings against law, by Jagat Khadka (rep 09/03/2016)

CIAA seeks action against 398 teachers, by Mahesh Kumar Chamling (rep 27/02/2016)

DoE seeks details of vacant posts for teachers (ht 20/02/2016)

TSC to announce vacancy for permanent teachers (ht 16/02/2016)

Teachers Service Commission demands a separate act (ht 13/01/2016)

DEO fails to manage school teachers on lien (ht 01/01/2016)

Over 11,000 teachers yet to submit property details (kp 31/12/2015)

TSC to issue subject-wise licences to teachers, by Kokila KC (ht 19/12/2015)

Action sought against teachers involved in stir (ht 03/11/2015)

Retired teacher seeks justice, by Kokila KC (ht 11/10/2015)

Quality teachers most important factor in children’s learning (ht 06/10/2015)

Education ministry calls agitating teachers for talks (ht 04/09/2015), Teachers put forth demands to government (kp 06/09/2015)

Non-teaching school staffers stage protest Demand service law to ensure them post-retirement benefits (ht 01/09/2015), SC show cause notice to govt over ‘Service Law’ (ht 02/09/2015)

HSEB to pull back quota teachers (ht 23/08/2015)

Teachers seek resignation of education minister (ht 15/08/2015)

Staff to get same pay as temporary teachers (ht 10/08/2015)

Teachers’ crunch hits schools (ht 09/08/2015)

Bajura teachers deprived of salary due to budget crunch (ht 01/08/2015)

Teachers on warpath (ht 15/07/2015)

Golden handshake for temporary teachers (ht 14/07/2015)

Teachers working as political cadres to face action (ht 12/07/2015)

Temporary teachers demand facilities (ht 10/07/2015)

Teachers give five-day ultimatum to government (ht 29/06/2015)

MoF asks for detailed report on temp teachers (kp 23/04/2015)

Lawmakers to press for 50 pc lady teachers (rep 17/04/2015)

Writ against govt decision on teaching jobs: The writ has claimed that the govt decision is njustice for thousands who have studied education and acquired licence (kp 12/04/2015)

Head teacher paying colleague from her own pocket (ht 12/04/2015)

TSC to announce vacancies for permanent teachers (ht 06/04/2015), TSC announces 3,186 teacher vacancies (kp 08/04/2015)

TSC to hire over 3,000 teachers (kp 04/04/2015)

2,000 permanent posts for higher secondary teachers (ht 06/03/2015)

Classes halted over teachers’ salary row (ht 01/03/2015)

DEO negligence deprives teachers of salary (ht 23/02/2015)

CIAA probe: DoE seeks details on teachers who resigned (kp 22/02/2015)

Edu secy urges ministers not to make teachers party cadres (kp 21/02/2015)

A teacher's journey‚ her stories (ht 15/02/2015)

Teachers from public schools huddle under one umbrella, by Binod Ghimire (kp 11/02/2015)

Community school teachers not paid for three months, by Kokila KC (ht 11/02/2015)

Vacancy announcement for permanent teachers delayed (ht 10/02/2015)

Community School Teachers’ Union Ad Hoc Committee formed (ht 09/02/2015)

200 teachers resign after CIAA probe, by J. Pandey (kp 31/01/2015)

Govt plans teacher training for English medium classes (kp 30/01/2015)

Madhesi teachers’ union padlocks HSEB office (kp 04/01/2015)

Call for making teachers' role effective: Their dedicated engagement with students a must: Experts (ht 01/01/2015)

Teachers resign after CIAA probe (ht 01/01/2015)

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