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Monday, January 24, 2011

UK education discussed

As a part of its initiative to inform students, guardians and stakeholders of opportunities and challenges of UK education, Global NepaliPatra Publications on Monday organised an interaction in the Capital.

Addressing the programme, Education Minister Sarbendra Nath Shukla said the government was all set to introduce an Act to address the problems of Nepali students willing to pursue higher education abroad.

Stating that 250 students were leaving for a foreign country for study every month, Shukla said, “The government has launched a training programme to students willing to study abroad.”

On the occasion, Minister Shukla felicitated a central member of the Non Resident Nepali Association, Rajen Kandel, who is also the managing director of South London College, on behalf of ECAN.
source:The Kathmandu Post

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