Teach for Nepal annually organize a program along with the belief that one day, a moment inspiration can change a child’s life. The fifth edition of ‘One Day in the Classroom’ has begun last Sunday. Under this campaign, more than 100 guests from different regions have taken classes at Teach for Nepal working schools. Entrepreneurs, social engineers, artists, journalists, personalities working in various positions of Government of Nepal, politicians, MPs, and directors of various organizations will be participating in this campaign.
Chief Executive Officer of IME Group, Mr. Suman Pokharel who reached Narayani Secondary School in Lalitpur Gimdi, told the students how they have transformed their life experiences and experiences into learning. Pokhrel mentioned he had already seen the campaign for Teach for Nepal and was happy to be involved.
Similarly, Miss Nepal World 2018, Shrinkhala Khatiwada, who had reached the same school, exchanged travels for an hour and a half between students during her student life phase to Miss World.
During the campaign, Deputy Inspector General of Police, Pitambar Adhikari, Senior Journalist RamkrishnaRegmi, actress MalvikaSubba, Srishti Shrestha, Uddemi Shikhar Prasai, Mahesh Swar, investigator Pratibha Pandey, social campaigner RonaliAmatya, Nagma Shrestha, Shubhekchha Khadka went to different schools. Likewise, an MP and former law minister, Sher Bahadur Tamang went to the public school in his constituency.
Likewise, Senior Journalist, Ramakrishna Regmi said he was happy to see the students asking questions and said that where questions are asked, the teaching will be vacuous.
Explaining the purpose of the campaign, Program Coordinator, Nawang Sherpa said-“Our children have immense potential. For this, they need motivational teachers and extensive knowledge of the society.” He says the campaign was organized to inform the society about various issues and professional areas.
Partner Manager at Teach for Nepal, Prajjwal Khadka said-“Over the past four years, many students have been impressed by the class of guests. Their thinking and behavior have changed. The thinking of students who have limited dreams is widespread.”
The campaign started from Sindhupalchowk on Mangsir 01, is scheduled to run in the working district of Teach for Nepal for about 1 week.
The board’s inspector for Teach for Nepal, Shishir Khanal said-“The definition of education is changing, education is not limited to the book at present. There is less access to academics in Teach For Nepal, and because of this situation, we considered bringing leaders from different fields to the classroom for one day. One day, Nepal’s educational situation changed.”
Also, Teach For Nepal is seeking a volunteer teacher for the upcoming academic session. The selection process, which started last Bhadra, will run till Mangsir 24. Director of recruitment and selection for Teach for Nepal, Shailendra Jha, said that Teach For Nepal is currently seeking volunteer teachers in science, math, and English.
About Teach For Nepal
Teach For Nepal is an educational campaign actively promoting the educational quality of community schools. It has been conducting its campaign in coordination with the Ministry of Education, Department of Education and in the coordination with the concerned District Education Offices, 2070 to Lalitpur, 2071 to Sindhupalchok, 2072 to Dhanusha, 2075 to Dang, Lamjung, Parsa and 2076 to Tanahun have been operating in 6 districts.
For this campaign, the institute has been providing teachers of English, mathematics, and science after the selection and training of graduating youth from various universities in partnership with the school.
Currently, the campaign is being operated in all 65 community schools in Lalitpur, Sindhupalchowk, Dhanusha, Dang, Lamjung, Parsa and Tanahun. In which 138 knowledgeable teachers are employed. Various associations, organizations, and individuals have been providing various types of support for this program