Common understanding imperative to improve community schools: Education Minister
Amid debates on quality of public education, Minister for Education, Science and Technology Devendra Poudel has voiced for common understanding to bring about reforms in public schools.
On the backdrop of the decade-long campaign launched by the government to ensure reform of the public schools, the Minister said so while inaugurating the newly-constructed school building of Gyanodaya Secondary School here Sunday. “We have already released the ten-year public school reform plan. Physical infrastructures of 12,000 schools have been built.
And, we will work to complete the construction of physical infrastructure in all schools in coming three years,” he added. Likewise, Minister Poudel said the Ministry of Education is working to ensure perks and facilities to the schoolteachers equal to the civil servants.
Earning by studying programme is ongoing in 140 schools and 100 more schools would be selected this year, he said, adding that the skills would be linked to the employment. Deputy Mayor of Kathmandu Metropolitan City Sunita Dangol and Chairman of National Examinations Board Dr Mahashram Sharma also expressed their views on quality enhancement of public schools.
The newly-constructed building of 35 rooms was readied with the investment of Rs 35 million. Currently, more than 4,200 students are studying in Gyanodaya School located at Bafal near Kalanki in the capital city.
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