EDUCATION

WHEN IS EDUCATION DAY IN NEPAL

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Nepal celebrates Education Day every year to review the importance of education day in Nepal and to promote the development of educational activities in the Educational Area. The history of Nepal indicates that Jang Bahadur Rana, the mother of the autocratic Rana regime, was responsible for developing modern education in Nepal.

Education day in Nepal

What Is The Education Like In Nepal?
In Nepal, the education system was traditionally oriented towards the Indian system, and was known as the three-tier sixteen-year education system: 10 years of primary and secondary education, followed by four years of college level studies and two years of master’s studies.

When Was Education Started?
Adults taught young people the knowledge and skills they needed to be successful in their society in prehistory. The act of imitation was also carried out in pre-literate societies. Knowledge, values, and skills are passed down through generations through story-telling.

When Was English Education Started In Nepal In Nepali Date?
A modern English education system was introduced in Nepal during the Rana regime (1846-1951).

Who Is The First Education Minister Of Nepal?

Chitra Lekha Yadav Minister of Education, Science and Technology

Why Do We Observe Education Day On 8 September In Nepal?
Prior to this year, September 8 was celebrated as National Education Day and International Literacy Day. As per the United Nations (UN), the theme emphasizes literacy learning as a lifelong learning process, and this is mainly applicable to youth and adults.

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When Was Education Started In Nepal?

Adults taught young people the knowledge and skills they needed to be successful in their society in prehistory. The act of imitation was also carried out in pre-literate societies. Knowledge, values, and skills are passed down through generations through story-telling.

Ministry of Education
National education budget (2006)
Male 75.1%
Female 57.4%
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On Which Date National Education Day Is Celebrated?

The National Education Day is observed every year on November 11 to commemorate the birth anniversary of India’s first education minister, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, who died in 2008. A significant part of the country’s education system was shaped by him.

How Do We Celebrate Education Day In Nepal?
Nepal celebrates Education Day on the 12th Falgun, of every year, with grand programs at educational institutions under the direction of the Ministry of Education.

Why Is Education Day Celebrated?
The first Minister of Education of India, Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, was born on November 11, 1893, and the day is celebrated as National Education Day. IIT Kharagpur was established by Maulana Abul Kalam Azad, who was the first Indian scientist.

When Was English Education Started In Nepal In Nepali Date?
A modern English education system was introduced in Nepal during the Rana regime (1846-1951).

Meanwhile the government has decided to not celebrate the National Education Day on September 8 from this year stating that the date was not relevant with the national history of education. The National Education Day and International Literacy Day were being celebrated on September 8 in previous years. However, the government has decided to celebrate only International Literacy Day on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MOEST) has been planning to celebrate the National Education Day on some other day rather than celebrating it jointly with the International Literacy Day, Deepak Sharma, spokesperson of the MOEST, said in a statement.
According to Sharma, the government is planning to celebrate National Education Day on a special day of national history of education. The Ministry has proposed different dates at the cabinet to celebrate the Education Day, and they under discussion, Puran Khadka, personal secretary of Minister for Education, Science and Technology Giriraj Mani Pokharel, said. According to Khadka, dates like establishment day of Darbar High School are in discussion to celebrate the National Education Day.
Meanwhile, this year International Literacy Day is being celebrated by planting trees and releasing souvenir regarding literacy at the premises of Centre for Education and Human Resource Development (CEHRD) on Tuesday.
The theme of International Literacy Day 2020 is “Literacy teaching and learning in the COVID-19 crisis and beyond,” especially on the role of educators and changing pedagogies.
According to the United Nations (UN), the theme highlights literacy learning in a lifelong learning perspective, and therefore, mainly focuses on youth and adults.

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