Nepal Army run schools, colleges using multimedia in classrooms

2015-01-07

Republica National Daily

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Source: Republica

The Nepal Army (NA) has started using multi-media technology for teaching purposes at schools and colleges run by it.

Multimedia audio and video is used in classrooms at the eight schools run in all the five development regions of the country including the army school at Sallaghari, Bhaktapur and the schools at Bijeshwari and Bansbari in Kathmandu.

Seven thousand four hundred and eighty-three students are studying in these schools and colleges operated under the NA´s Welfare Board. The army started operating schools since 36 years back.

The schools and colleges run by the army have become successful in providing the highest quality education amidst many other educational institutions providing practical, standard and modern education in the country.

The army schools are being operated at Dharan in the eastern region, Chitwan in the central region, Pokhara in the western region, Surkhet in the midwestern region and Dhangadhi in the farwestern region.

The Children of the serving and retired Nepal Army soldiers and the meritorious children of civilians are studying at these schools run with the objective of imparting quality and modern education at an affordable cost and producing disciplined, well-groomed and able citizens full of patriotic feelings.