Kathmandu, July 25 . Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli has said the government is busy in formulating a new plan for educational elevation in the country. In his address to the 10th Senate of the Lumbini Buddhist University (LBU) held at the Prime Minister’s official residence, Baluwatar today.
The prime minister who is also the LBU chancellor said academic certificates has been the means of giving pain to holders rather than retaining their happiness lifelong. This situation came because of those academic institutions opened haphazardly and without study.
“Such achievements may turn into pain instead of the matter of pride when holders become jobless,” he said, adding that certificates of agriculture education were the need of the hour.
He took time that Nepal was pushed into the situation with no options to dreaming about other sorts of progress except fulfilling the minimum basic needs such as food and shelter. But, now Nepal has arrived at a point from where one can dream of achieving the fulfilment of other needs as well, the PM argued.