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Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a loan of USD 120 million

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a loan of USD 120 million, equivalent to Nrs 13.11 billion, for the implementation of School Sector Development Plan (SSDP). Today, when the standard of School, colleges and overall education system in Nepal is struggling, the loan proves to be a turning point but the main question is its a fight in between old orthodox method of curriculum studies and skilled based education system producing skilled people.

The current education system of Nepal has degraded in such a ways where the value of certificate has pushed to the level. The country's 15 years and over can read and write total population: 63.9% male: 76.4% female: 53.1% (2015 est.)

According to RSS, the ADB would provide technical assistance worth Rs 54.5 million for the capacity development technical assistance project in the school sector.An agreement to this effect was signed and exchanged at the Ministry of Finance today, as stated by the Ministry. The SSDP is a continuation of the previous School Sector Reform Programme (SSRP), which was more focused on the quantity while SSDP focuses on the quality which supports the comprehensive interventions in improving quality of basic education and expands the coverage of quality secondary education.

The program ensures the new school construction meeting all disaster risk resilience standards.

A new education system needs to be developed creating new scope and role for different sectors highlighting their growth and development. looking at the current education system and local infrastructure it is insanely biased towards the private education where the quality of education is more focused towards a business of earning money.

For a good Education in Nepal the government school are very limited and are using nonpractical and non-professional methodology whereas the private schools are very efficient but they are very expensive where their motive is just limited to earning profit. Education in Nepal has prospered as a booming business that has more scope in busyness than moral values and ethics.

Reality check, needs to be done in terms of the standards and quality of education system in Nepal. It is really sad how political leaders and policy makers are ignoring this fact. Hope the new loan will be invested in proper research and communication rather than  buying expensive cars and paying big salaries to the consultants.

1. Standardization of Education in Nepal
2. Government infrastructure needs proper guidelines of operation and management
3. Effective update of training manual for teachers
4. New skill-based curriculum
5. Proper monitoring and evaluation system (teacher & curriculum)

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