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President stresses for patriotic education; IEC chair asks political parties to learn from past mistakes


KATHMANDU: President Dr. Ram Baran Yadav has said that education on patriotism is necessary for preparing students to shoulder the responsibility for taking the country towards positive direction as the future of the country lies in the shoulder of students.

Inaugurating the golden jubilee celebration of the Gyanodaya Secondary School at Old Kalimati, in the capital today, he said the need of the day is quality manpower rather than quantity. It is a matter of happiness that 95 percent students are in the school access, but the need today is how to make it sustainable, he said.

The president also underscored the need of bringing backward communities in remote areas to mainstream of education.

President Dr. Yadav also inaugurated the golden jubilee pillar of the school. On the occasion, President Dr. Yadav gave away honors and commendation letters to different personalities, who have contributed for the development of school.

Meanwhile, chairperson of the Interim Election Council, Khil Raj Regmi, on Friday stressed on the need of moving ahead by taking crucial lessons from the failures of the past so that the same mistake is not repeated.

Speaking at the 63rd meeting of the Kathmandu University in Kavre district he said that the people are disappointed due to the untimely demise of the Constituent Assembly without promulgating the much-awaited constitution, so, political parties should learn a lesson from the failures of history and focus their attention on the major task of writing the constitution.

Saying that the government under his leadership was formed keeping in view the upcoming election, he also assured that the election will take place within November this year under any circumstances. He said support of all is necessary to make the next CA election free, fair and result-oriented.

On a different note regmi said that a mechanism providing service and facility to people could not be mobilized as no achievements have been made as per the investment in education sector. Regmi stressed on the need of addressing the aspirations of the educated unemployed human resources as it would not be agreeable if role is not given as per qualification and capacity of the educated human resources.

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