Kathmandu calls for applications for teachers and teaching assistants targeting better SEE results

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Kathmandu, January 19

Kathmandu metropolitan city has requested applications for 25 teaching facilitators and 120 teaching assistants to improve the SEE results of community schools in the metropolis.

The Department of Education of the metropolis issued a notice stating it wants experienced facilitators and teaching assistants in the schools to support and facilitate the learning of the students participating in the SEE examination in the current academic session.

In general, community school students have been faring worse than those of private schools in most SEE results.

The department has requested five facilitators each for mathematics, science, English, social studies and Nepali.

University professors, teachers or experts in relevant subjects who have compulsorily retired from the official level or those with at least 10 years of experience working in various associations can apply for teaching facilitators within seven days.

Similarly, the department has requested 60 teaching assistants each for mathematics and science. People who have passed the graduation level and have at least two years of teaching experience in the relevant subject can apply.

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