Only a little over 50% of the population of Nepal know how to read and write. Women in Nepal are less literate than men – only 42% percent of women are literate, whereas 68% of men can read and write.
Education and skills for life are particularly important to combat poverty and deprivation by developing capacity of people to take advantage of available opportunities for reducing economic and non-economic poverty.
Creating a balanced society is possible only by giving equal status and role to all the people. For the production of qualitative and rationale human resource education is a must.
Quality education should help to develop different aspects of student’s such as knowledge, skill enhancement, norms, values and working habits to become a productive citizen.
When considering the above statements, quality education is related to producing capable citizen who is well equipped with knowledge and skills, is change oriented, aware of traditional norms and values, able to generate self-employment, is entrepreneurial, interested towards traditional professions, conscious, able to compete in a world market, ethical and well-disciplined socially with a good character.
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