‘New Education Policy to Prioritise Research and Practical Education’

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‘New Education Policy to Prioritise Research and Practical Education’

April 19: The government is all set to issue a new national education policy which prioritise research and practical education system, according to the Secretary at the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, Krishna Raj BC.

Secretary BC also stressed on linking academic research with the research of corporate sector. BC said during a programme on Friday that the projects carried out by the students during their academic session can be useful for both corporate and education sectors.

Speaking on the launch of a magazine -- Management Scholar -- of Kantipur City College (KCC) on Friday, April 19, BC elaborated that such linkage will help the graduates in finding sponsorship for their magazine, journals and research publication. Similarly, the corporate houses do not need to spend separate time and effort for their research activities.  

KCC’s seventh edition of the magazine with a theme of ‘Sustainable Development’ was published on the initiation of its two BBA students Sunita Thapa and Manila Karki. According to the college’s Managing Director Pralhad Karki, education sector should be capable enough to generate graduates who can take ownership of their duty and responsibility in the job market.

Likewise, Raju Kattel, acting principal of the college, said that it is not difficult for the students involved in this kind of creative activities to find job in the market.   

 

 

 

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