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International conference of NELTA kicks off


Kathmandu: The Eighteenth International Convention of the Nepal English Language Teachers’ Association (NELTA) has started in Kathmandu from Saturday. According to organizers, the main objectives of the convention are discussing the English language teaching methods and charting out future strategies for the timely reforms on it.

According to State Run New Agency Rastriya Samachar Samiti, 700 representatives from 18 countries have been participating in the conference that will run for three days. Different scholars are scheduled to present 217 papers in the three-day long conference.The Conference will organize plenary sessions, talks/papers, workshops, poster presentations, etc. Exhibitions of ELT materials and books will also be organised.

Inaugurating the conference, Chief Secretary of the government, Lilamani Paudel, said there was the need of raising the standard of English language teaching in the country. Speaking at the programme, Prof. Dr Jai Raj Awasthi, and educationist Tirtha Khaniya stressed the need of reforming the English teaching method and process.

Similarly, NELTA General Secretary Kamal Paudel said the conference was organized with the objective of deliberating on how the English language teaching methods could be made qualitative and competitive.

 

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