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Elimination of corruption a must for development of Nepal: Former PM Nepal

04 March 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Chairman of the CPN (Unified Socialist) and former prime minister Madhav Kumar Nepal has said the elimination of corruption and irregularities is an urgent need at present.

Speaking at a program organized on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of CVM Secondary School at Gatthaghar on Saturday, the Chairman viewed the time has come to direct the country towards good governance and development. “Government needs to stress quality education, and education should cater to knowledge to make people sensible. Honest and hardworking students should be produced by the educational institutions,” Nepal emphasized.

The former prime minister viewed that everyone in society should respect each other and foster the culture to move toward prosperity and progress. “We want friendship. Protection of identity, language, culture, history and good tradition should also be our priorities,” he underlined.

On the occasion, Province Assembly Member Dr Rajendra Man Shrestha viewed today’s education must be globally competitive.

Chairman of the National Exam Board Mahashram Sharma mentioned that the students should have the aspiration to be not only doctors and engineers but also good teachers.

Chairman of the School Shyam Sundar Basnet, Principal Tej Krishna Shrestha, and Director Purushottam Budhathoki informed that the school had stressed cultured education.

Students made cultural performances on the occasion.


Publish Date : 04 March 2023 21:24 PM

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