NELTA begins conference and symposium for Teachers

-Reporter Nepal

KATHMANDU: Nepal English Language Teachers Association (NELTA) conference and symposium have begun. The event that is being organized at DAV Sushil Kedia Vishwa Bharati High

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Revision to the existing curriculum to select the right candidate: Public Service Commission

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Bronze for Nepal in the 24th International Astronomy Olympiad

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Attraction towards Open University on the rise

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Teaching technology in schools will secure economic future

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Two visually impaired women receive Ph.D degrees

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Two-day Edu. Fair from today

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quake-affected children

Kathmandu, May 11: The Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) will take under its wing the total 500 students of 14 districts affected by the April 25 earthquake.