Kavrepalanchowk- Minister for Communications and Information Technology Gokul Prasad Banskota has said that community education would be reformed to make it qualitative within the next three years. Inaugurating a new building of the Saraswati secondary school in Salimecheda of Chaurideurali rural municipality-4 on Friday, he said the education in community schools will be in par with the international standard.
As technical education is essential to utilize the resources in the country, the government is giving special priority to it, he said. “Education must be practical, linking to the economy and this will promote self-reliance,” he said. Reformed education will also increase respect towards labour by making people loyal towards tradition and customs.
Member of Parliament Ganga Bahadur Tamang said the commitments made to the people shall be fulfilled, as the country is now in the phase of construction.Also on Friday, Minister Banskota inaugurated three health posts buildings constructed in Sallebhumlu, Falante and Bhumlutar of Bhumlu rural municipality. The buildings were constructed with support from Terre Des Hommes and KIRDAC.