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New guidelines for alternate learning facilitation

As stated in the guidelines, coordination between the local administration and local government is needed for the real interaction between teachers and students with health protocols even in the areas with low risk of coronavirus infection. With the new legal provision, the teacher through online, radio, television, and offline mediums has been brought in the mainstream of education.
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KATHMANDU:– The government has issued a new ‘Student Learning Facilitation Guidelines 2077’ to accommodate learning through an alternate systems in the academic session.

The government’s decision comes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. The officials said that such a guideline was issued to give a nod to the alternate learning in the context of the coronavirus pandemic as the schools have not opened. This system will be accepted even in the time of other pandemics. With the guideline coming in force, the schools will have easy access to keep the record of the admitted students, collect fees as allowed by the local level, and implement the evaluation methods by downsizing the credit hours of the class.

The Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology released the new guidelines on Thursday which were approved by Minister for Education, Science, and Technology Girirajmani Pokhrel on September 4. As stated in the guidelines, coordination between the local administration and local government is needed for the real interaction between teachers and students with health protocols even in the areas with low risk of coronavirus infection.

With the new legal provision, the teacher through online, radio, television, and offline mediums has been brought in the mainstream of education. For the implementation of the new guidelines, the Curriculum Development Centre shall make adjustments in the curriculum while the school management committee, teachers, parents, and the media shall play their respective part.

Likewise, the students with a poor economic background and with no access to technology would be provided with textbooks and materials for self-study and the schools and teachers will facilitate by forming groups. Similarly, concerned local levels and schools should treat the students with special needs.

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