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The Education System in Nepal

The education within Nepal has just recently been rising and continues to develop. With the help of several international organizations, education system is being assisted. It is essential for the educational progress and development to decrease the scarcity rate as well as to promote community improvement. Because of the damages that the previous administration management imposed in their education system, Nepal’s government tries to undo and make a superior proposition for education to be better. Before the modern education started in the country, schooling had been restricted and only elite classes are privileged, while the rest of the people stayed mainly illiterate and untaught. Then, when the new era was introduced, education was offered only to sons of the upper classes. Girls infrequently received proper education.

At present, regardless of the establishment of an education structure in Nepal way back, government offered a community school in which students receive regular government grants. There is also the presence of a school managed by local people who are enthusiastic of having school on their vicinities. Though they do not receive any grants from the government regularly, people are helping one another to support and manage so that their schools will be identified as a real community schools.

Nepal’s education scheme is based on the outline of United States. The country served as a guide in forming Nepal’s education curriculum. Grades 1-5 are considered primary education. Their main objective of teaching is for children to read, write and do arithmetic. The secondary education, 6-8, stresses personality development and trains the students for higher learning. For 9-10, upper secondary, serves as the stepping stone for the higher secondary level. The classes 11 and 12 are both regarded as higher secondary. Education, science, humanities, and commerce are the main courses for higher secondary. The Ministry of Education is in charge for the management and the direction of school-rank education in the country. They recently formed the Department of Education, which begun its operations in 2000, with its significant function of giving fair access to education, creating excellencies, internal and external effectiveness improvement and making a growth-pleasant venture education.

The commitment for education broadens throughout the country. More improvement in all aspects of education as well as for the encouragement of a knowledgeable and well-performance nation is what people are hoping and looking forward to.


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