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#1 Yadav


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Posted 26 August 2008 - 12:53 PM

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1 replyBorn To Win wrote
on Jun 29, 2008 at 4:12 PM

What cud be the different major factors affecting our education system in Nepal ? and how those factors could be minimized so that our future generation could gain more potential knowledge about the outcomes to fight against the new breeding technology ?

This question is not new among us . Every Nepali citizen has those type of questions running in thier mind . Looking at the present situation of Nepal, how can we be benifited and get rid of those political slams out of our mind . This is todays view.

Therefore, I would like to know from the public point of view that how those scenario, which has been already created by the existing source, could be handled in such a way that each Nepali citizen would feel comfortable about their living standard smile.gif

#2 Yadav


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Posted 26 August 2008 - 12:54 PM

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Born To Win replied to Born's post
on Jul 3, 2008 at 1:50 AM

Isn't this news atleast meets some criteria ??

SLC in grade XII from next session proposed

The Curriculum Development Centre (CDC) has proposed to conduct School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examinations at grade XII from the next academic session in which students will be promoted on securing pass marks in major five subjects.

The grade X examination will then be shifted to regional level, extending the school years by two years.

The CDC has proposed up to grade VIII as primary level and IX-XII as secondary level. Promotion of students to next grade until grade VII will be based on their classroom performances.

Mother tongue languages will be the medium of instruction until grade III while they will be optional subjects after grade VI.

However, the CDC has not stated anything on structure of education system in federal Nepal for which the parties have already made commitments. nepalnews.com ia July 03 08

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