Kathmandu, April 10
The Kathmandu Metropolitan City has fixed fees for private schools operating in areas under its jurisdiction for the academic session beginning later this month.
The local government categorised the schools into four groups–A, B, C and D–and decided maximum fees for each of them.
KMC Education Department’s official Nirmala KC informs that the KMC has identified various factors as indicators for the cateogirsation and the fees have been fixed accordingly.
The indicators include land and building, playground, library, toilet, number of students and teachers, availability of scholarships, academic achievements, hostel, and child friendly classroom among others.
The KMC has fixed different fees for basic and secondary levels for the schools.
There are 91 community and 736 institutional issues in the KMC. Total 203,971 students at these schools.
Meanwhile, the local government also decided to launch a special campaign to take out of schools kids to the schools.
Published on April 10th, Wednesday, 2019 12:49 PM
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