49 Nepali students receive Erasmus+ scholarships to study in Europe

NL Today

Kathmandu: The Delegation of the European Union to Nepal together with the Erasmus Mundus Association

Japan extends grants for scholarships to govt officials

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Kathmandu: Japan has extended grant assistance of up to 356,000,000 Japanese Yen to the government

TU students take to social media to call for online exams
Prasun Sangroula

Kathmandu: Prajwal, a first year student of BSc Physics at Tribhuvan University, is apprehensive about

With travel bans in place and visa interview slots yet to reopen, thousands of students vying for abroad study face an uncertain future
Prasun Sangroula

Kathmandu: On June 6, Shrinkhala Khatiwada, an architect and winner of a popular beauty pageant,

Shifting the pedagogic paradigm
Sujan Tiwari

Kathmandu: “Not too long ago, parents were worried that their children were consuming too much

National Examinations Board plans to conduct grade 12 examination from August second week
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The National Examinations Board (NEB) has initiated the necessary preparation to conduct the final examination

With the new higher secondary academic session in the offing, colleges move online to promote themselves
Prasun Sangroula

Kathmandu: The coronavirus pandemic has pushed educational institutions to reckon with a new mode of

TU prepares for conducting all suspended exams within this year
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Kathmandu: The Tribhuvan University (TU) has decided to conduct all exams suspended due to the

Government sets criteria for internal evaluation of SEE students. Public schools say it’s impossible to meet them.
Prasun Sangroula

Kathmandu: Last week, the National Examination Board (NEB) released a directive for the evaluation, publication

World Bank approves USD 60 million to strengthen Nepal’s higher education
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Kathmandu: The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors has approved USD 60 million to improve

As govt decides to let schools grade their own SEE students, educationists express concern on impartiality
Prasun Sangroula

Kathmandu: The government on Monday decided to issue Secondary Education Examinations (SEE) certificates through internal

Cabinet decides to conduct SEE through internal evaluation
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Kathmandu: The government has decided to conduct the Secondary Education Examinations (SEE) through internal evaluation.

National Examination Board to employ alternative evaluation method
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Kathmandu: National Examination Board (NEB) has decided to conduct the Secondary Education Examination (SEE), 2021

Bridging the digital divide in public schools
Dr Manoj Bhattarai

It was exciting for me to return to Nepal, my motherland, after a decade, but