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National Education Policy 2076

News 12 Dec 2019 19637 0

National Education Policy 2076

Education is also considered as infrastructure for the development of the country. Education develops the well-qualified, capable, competitive and productive manpower of the individual. The contribution of such manpower is crucial for the economic, social, cultural and infrastructure development of the nation.

Education plays a vital role in sustainable peace, good governance, development, and prosperity in the country. "Prosperous Nepal, Happy Nepali" is our national aspiration and determination. Skilled, scientific, practical and quality education is the cornerstone of a prosperous Nepal. Since education is the mainstay of the country's overall development, it is necessary to establish equitable and equitable access to all citizens in quality education.

Article 31 of the Constitution of Nepal states the right to education. The clause guarantees every citizen the right to access to basic education, every citizen to get basic education from the state and free and secondary level education, free higher education as per law to the disabled and economically disadvantaged, every Nepali community living in Nepal. According to the education received in their mother tongue and vice versa schools and educational institutions will have the right to establish and operate such education is guaranteed by the right Molik. In order to implement this constitutional provision, the development of a strong national education system is essential.

Goals, objectives, policies, strategies, strategies, and programs are formulated to clearly determine the outlook and priorities of the overall development of the country.

The nation's educational development outlook and workforce are reflected through education policy. Kane also tries to address the aspirations of its national development through the country's education policy. In this context, the Government of Nepal formulated this National Education Policy 2076 as a guiding principle of the education sector in line with a federal structure.

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