KATHMANDU: The ECAN Education Fair 2013 has kicked off in the capital on Thursday.
CPN-UML Chairman Jhalanath Khanal inaugurated the four-day fair organized by the Education Consultancies Association of Nepal (ECAN).
On the occasion, Khanal said the Nepal needs a new education system to retain the skilled human resource at home and utilize their minds for nation building process.
Similarly, President of ECAN Rajendra Baral said Nepal could become an educational hub if we were able to identify new areas of studies.
Country Director of British Council Brendan McSharry also lauded the effective of ECAN on supporting students in their quest of quality education. The exhibition organized at Bhrikuti Mandap will last for four days.