KATHMANDU:- The Education and Human Resource Development Centre today decided to include textbook supplies in emergency service for prompt delivery. The decision was taken to ensure smooth supply of text books to all schools across the country at the onset of new academic session next week.
Owing to the enforcement of prohibitory orders, the books have not been supplied to the respective areas to this date. Monitoring committee member of the Centre Suprabhat Bhandari shared that the meeting also decided to replace respective pages of the text books that were printed with country’s old political and administrative maps.
Earlier, Education Minister Krishna Gopal Shrestha had directed to seize all the printed books with old political and administrative maps.
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