'Nepal should provide quality education and stop foreign students'

Jul 02, Kathmandu- In order to end the situation of having to go abroad for higher education, the people concerned have emphasized that quality education system should be arranged in Nepal. The figures of education and political fields participating in the 13th-anniversary ceremony of GP Koirala Memorial College, which was established on 18 Asadha 2069 in the memory of Girija Prasad Koirala, emphasized that.

He drew the attention of concerned bodies to create quality education and a suitable educational environment to prevent Nepali students from staying in the country. In the event, Shriram Lamichhane, a member of the Bagmati State Assembly, informed that the preparations for the establishment of Girija Prasad Koirala University have reached the final stage and said that arrangements will be made to end the situation of having to go abroad for studies.

Emphasizing that the change of power should be for the people, he pointed out the need to follow the path shown by Ganeshman Singh, Girija Prasad Koirala and other leaders. Lamichhane emphasized that programs like reading, earning, and learning should also be conducted effectively in Nepal. The registrar of Tribhuvan University Prof. Dr. Kedar Prasad Rijal said that Nepali students should be stopped in their own country and crores of rupees should be used in Nepal.

Bagmati Provincial Assembly Member Bina Pokharel Parajuli, Vice Chancellor of National Institute of Medical Sciences (NIMS) Bhupendra Basnet, Vice President of Campus Management Committee Nhuchen Narayan Shrestha, Head of Campus Shiv Prasad Adhikari and others said that the college is going to manage the subjects by targeting students who are forced to go abroad to study their desired subject. Undergraduate and postgraduate studies are being taught in the college under the Faculty of Humanities, Management and Education. Professor Rajkumar Dhungana informed that more than three thousand students are studying in the college.