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Strengthening Education through Local Curriculum in Chitwan District
In Feature

Strengthening Education through Local Curriculum in Chitwan District

Today, in Nepal, local curriculum is a perfect example of decentralizing education policy in new context of federal system and it has provided opportunity to connect students, teachers, local expert and policy makers to create effective teaching learning environment. The local curriculum will help students engage with the local knowledge and values. WCN since 2008 has been involved in the promotion of local curriculum development and its implementation. The first local curriculum in collaboration with WCN was launched in Rasuwa and Chitwan.

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In Feature | Nabin Gopal Baidya, Rohan Shrestha

THE GREATER ONE-HORNED RHINOCEROS – A SPECIES PROTECTED IS A HERITAGE MAINTAINED

Rhinoceros are massive hoofed mammal of Africa, India, and Southeast Asia, characterized by a snout with one or two horns. The skin of the rhinoceros is extremely thick, nearly hairless in most species, and deeply folded in some. The horns, arising from the skin, are made of keratin, a fibrous substance. The legs are stout and short and end in broad feet, each with three toes. Rhinoceroses are herbivorous, browsers or grazers according to the species.

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THE GREATER ONE-HORNED RHINOCEROS – A SPECIES PROTECTED IS A HERITAGE MAINTAINED

Blog

I helped organize a sustainable event at WCN- Learn how!

Jun 5, 2020
Swekriti Rai

Wildlife Conservation Nepal, Nepal Prakriti Pathsala (WCN/ NPP’s) organized an Eco-day Camp at Dhapasi, Kathmandu...

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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ARE SOCIAL DISTANCING- PART 2

Apr 3, 2020
Sanjeevani Yonzon Shrestha

Social Distancing during the horrific COVID19 pandemic has given us a lot of time to...

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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ARE SOCIAL DISTANCING- PART 1

Apr 3, 2020
Sanjeevani Yonzon Shrestha

The Corona Virus or COVID 19 has taken over our lives and as the whole...

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Information Technology, Data Centers And The Changing Environment

Apr 3, 2020
Chetna Gurung

There is no denying that the rapid development of information and computer technology (ICT) has...

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