By Our Correspondent
Bhaktapur, July 10
Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB) is set to change the curriculum of 11 subjects of Grade 11 and 12.
The Business Study subject of both the grades will come in new curriculum from the academic year, according to HSEB curriculum division. It said the course of Science, Chemistry, Travel and Tourism, Mathematics and Compulsory Nepali of Grade 11 and 12 have been changed.
Likewise, Marketing, Teaching Practice, Social Studies and Instructional Evolution subject of Grade 12 have been amended.
HSEB has, however, phased out Business organization and Office Management and Secretariat Practice subjects from this year. These two subjects will not be taught for next two years, the division said.
Those subject of Grade 12 that HSEB has effected change will taught from next year’d academic session.
In Rautahat, the 300 PCF or per child fund of the Primary Level allocated by the Government for Rautahat district for the Academic Year 2065 has been blocked, after authorities failed to distribute it on time.
A total of Rs. 37.4 million that had been received under the quota has been blocked, the District Education Office has revealed.
The PCF quota requires appointment of teachers as per the number of students in the school.
The amount however could not be utilized on time due to political differences, incomplete education committee and inefficient educational management, the stakeholders claim.
Amount received under the same quota in 2066 also could not be distributed, and when we moved ahead the procedures to spend the PCF amount for 2067, the Education Ministry informed us that the amount has been freezed, the Education Committee member, Yogendra Prasad Yadav said.
Likewise representatives of the Ministry of Education said several programmes run by the ministry have been effective.
They said this during a meeting of the International Relations and Human Rights Committee here today.
The ministry has released Rs. 55,084,444,000 in this fiscal year and has proposed Rs. 59,467,100,000 for the next fiscal year to run its programmes.
In the gathering, the ministry representatives concluded that meeting the Millennium Development Goal on education for by 2015 would be nearly impossible.
They also said around 50 percent students of primary level have received scholarship and providing education to the downtrodden communities is a tough task.