Kavrepalanchowk : Minister for Communications and Information Technology Gokul Prasad Banskota has said that laws to take action against the teachers of community schools teaching their children in the private schools is going to be formulated soon.
At a programme organized to handover the newly-constructed building of Prakash Secondary School at Bhumlu Rural Municipality-8 in Kavre on Sunday, Minister Banskota said, “Government has already committed to ensure quality of education from the community schools.” He further said that school is not place for doing politics and inviting conflict as it is the center for shaping students’ future bright.
The Communications Minister said, “Teachers have their own devotion towards the politics. But they cannot do politics in the schools. They should provide quality education to students.”
Likewise, he said that the government has grasped the track of development and added that the pace of development would be expedited.
The newly-constructed three buildings and toilets of the school were developed as the cost of Rs 57.5 million in loan assistance from the Asian Development Bank.
Province Assembly member Laxman Lamsal, Chairman of Bhumlu Rural Municipality Gumandhowj Kunwar and chief of education unit of central project implementation of the National Reconstruction Authority Imnarayan Shrestha and others expressed their opinions during the programme.