Vocational education should be prioritised: DPM Shrestha
KATHMANDU: Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Education Gopal Man Shrestha has said that the quality of community schools would be improved after the completion of local level elections.
Speaking in a programme organised by Sayngja-Kathmandu Liaison Committee to felicitate him in the Capital city on Saturday, DPM Shrestha argued that quality at community schools would be improved as the local levels were provided adequate authority for the same.
He informed that the Ministry was working out to implement the vocational education policy in the country.
The DPM opined for ending brain drain after generating the employments within the country.
On the occasion, NC district president Kamal Prasad Pangeni among other leaders addressed the programme.