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Nepal Government decides to start academic session from July

(A medical worker checks the body temperature of a student at a school in Kathmandu, Nepal, Dec. 11, 2020. Schools in various municipalities of Kathmandu reopened recently after months of closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Photo: Sulav Shrestha-Xinhua)

N24 Staff Writer, KATHMANDU:- Nepal Government has decided to end this year’s academic session in May, which was affected by the Coronavirus (Covid-19) epidemic, and start the academic session from June.

According to the revised rules, it has been decided to end this year’s academic session in May and start the new academic session from July 20, said Ministry of Education spokesperson Deepak Sharma.

Spokesperson Sharma said, “Based on the revised education regulations, we have decided to postpone this year’s academic session by two months.”

The revised Education Regulations stipulate that the Ministry may change the academic session if there is a need to change it due to epidemics or other similar disasters or remote mountainous areas.

A minimum of 180 days or one thousand hours should be taught in an academic session. Generally, the academic session starts in April and ends in Chait. Apart from public holidays and weekly holidays, the school operates for about 200 days. It also includes sports and extracurricular activities.

The Ministry of Education had instructed the local levels to implement and evaluate the ‘Learning Facilitation Guideline, 2077’ from September 20.

However, alternative learning has not been implemented effectively since September. Schools that have not been able to engage students in learning facilitation have started operating schools in physical attendance from January.

Chairperson of the Guardian’s Federation Nepal, says that the management of the schools and the teachers who started teaching only from January have important responsibilities to complete the academic session in May.

Bhandari says, ‘School management and teachers, who started teaching only from November and January, have the responsibility to finish by May.

Now it is time to reduce all public holidays. ‘This year, the curriculum has been reduced to 70 percent.

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