Former Education Minister stresses on educational reforms


Tanahun, Dec 7: Former Assistant General Secretary of the Nepali Congress and ex-Education Minister Govinda Raj Joshi has stressed the need for overhauling reforms in educational sector to check rising trend of brain drain.    

In lack of anticipated reforms in education sector the trend of youths going abroad has continued, he said while inaugurating the Silver Jubilee ceremony of Tribhuvan Campus in Bhanu municipality-11, Manechauka of Tanahun on Wednesday.    

Joshi said the quality and vocational education was the need of the hour. The brain drain has been on the rise due to increment in unemployment in the country, he said, calling for the governments to create environment to retain youths in the country.    

Also speaking on the occasion were campus management committee chairperson Tek Bahadur Gurung, BP Thought Society's central member Bal Kumari Lohani, Bhanu municipality's mayor Ananda Raj Tripathi and campus chief Rabindra Raj Joshi. (RSS)    

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