KATHMANDU: Chairperson of the Committee on Citizen Relations and Public Opinion Collection under the Constituent Assembly, Pramila Rana, has expressed her commitment that the public feedback related to education sector on the preliminary draft of the new constitution would be included in the constitution. Speaking at a discussion programme on educational issues on the draft of the new constitution organised by the National Campaign for Education Nepal (NCE Nepal) and Education Journalists Group in the Capital today, Committee Chairperson Rana said the Committee would try to take the feedback to the Constitution Drafting Committee. Similarly, lawmakers Prabha Devi Bajracharya, Badri Pandey, Ganesh Man Gurung and Rupa Maharjan assured that the language and technical errors seen in the draft would be corrected. Educationalist Bidya Nath Koirala said that it is not appropriate to include different rights in the constitution, but responsibilityies of the concerned bodies to assure the rights should be mentioned. On the occasion, NCE General Secretary Prakash Silwal had presented suggestions given by different organisations. Likewise, student leaders and representatives of the Guardians Association urged the CA to mention the Teachers Service Commission as a constitutional commission in the new constitution.
CA opinion panel head assures to incorporate feedback on education
Published: 07:14 pm Jul 23, 2015