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Thursday Dec 02, 2021
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Corona insurance for students and teachers
KARNALI: A private school of Birendranagar has insured its all the students, teachers and staffs. Surkhet Horizon Academy has come up with the concept bearing in mind the potential risks of COVID-19. School principal Ghanashyam Khadka informed the school management has signed an agreement with Nepal Insurance Company for corona insurance. "We did corona insurance to bear the risks of global pandemic of coronavi ....
Preparation for regular reading from August 31
KATHMANDU: There is a possibility of regular reading at the school level from August 31. As the government has opened the way for admission of students from Aug.16. In compliance with the standards related to public health and safety, the possibility of regular classes in schools has increased from Aug. 31. Generally, the government has given 15 days for enrollment of students and then it is the practice of the ....
School quarantines being vacated
CHITWAN: Khairahani municipality in the eastern belt of Chitwan has begun vacating the quarantine set up at schools. Municipality mayor Lalmani Chaudhari informed that they began evacuating school quarantines in view of the need to run classes. Earlier, quarantines were set up at dozens of schools including Kankali Secondary School, Janajivan Secondary School, Khairahani Secondary School, Kathar Secondary Schoo ....
School Sector Development Program receives Grants from Japan
KATHMANDU: The Government of Japan has extended grant assistance worth Rs 335 million for implementing the School Sector Development Program (SSDP). Secretary of the Ministry of Finance Sishir Kumar Dhungana and Japanese Ambassador to Nepal Masamichi Saigo signed notes to this effect here today. Another set of grant agreements for implementing the program were signed by Join ....
Schools to take admission from Aug 17
KATHMANDU : The Nepal government decided to allow schools to take admission and conduct examinations from August 17. A cabinet meeting on Monday had decided to take forward educational activities by following safety health measures. However, the date for running classes has not yet been fixed. Speaking at a press briefing on Tuesday, Minister for Communication and Information Technology Yuba Raj Khatiwada said the government will decide regarding teaching activities later. ....
Panama hospitals on verge of collapse as virus cases surge
PANAMA CITY : Hospitals in Panama are on the brink of collapse as coronavirus cases spike in the Central American country worst hit by the pandemic, where doctors are already exhausted. With a population of four million, Panama has gone from 200 cases a day to 1,100 over the last few weeks. “Our daily number of infected patients has been increasing in a sustained way to the point of passing 1,00 ....
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