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Changes in instructional strategy, educational program, and structure are essential : PM Dahal

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Kathmandu : State leader Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has brought up the need for a change in the instructional approach, educational program, and construction for the country’s schooling area.
Tending to the Kantipur Schooling Culmination function here today, State Leader Dahal referenced that the public authority has been doing exercises for changes in the instructional area.
He shared, “In the setting when Nepal’s advanced education is dealing with worldwide issues of globalization, such projects will have quality commitment for strategy making with our own strengths and uniqueness considering encounters across the world.”
There are effects of globalization in the vast majority of areas of public life, including instruction, said PM Dahal, adding, “There are immediate effects of globalization across the world. In emerging nations like Nepal, its diverse effects exist as a test. It has changed the economy, schooling, brain science, and social designs of little and free nations.”
“We can beat this challenge solely after making changes in our instructional approach, educational program, and designs,” he believed.
Expressing that a negative mentality has been created in the new age in the late period that there is no quality in a nation’s schooling and it couldn’t contend in the worldwide market, the state head focused on the need to beat such an outlook down.
The pattern of cerebrum channel of those scholarly characters and those having business opportunity in the country because of the enticement of getting abundance in a brief period was the issue of concern, he shared.

वि.सं.२०८० पुस १७ मंगलवार १६:०६ मा प्रकाशित

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