Chandannath Gurukul Pathshala in Sinja of Jumla district is facing difficult to run classes without textbooks. “As a result, we are struggling to run classes. This is a perennial problem,” said the school principal Bishwo Raj Upadhyay. The school’s curriculum include Nepali, creative, Sanskrit and grammar.
The school, which has a total of 58 students at present, was shut during the Maoist decade long insurgency. It was shifted near Chandannath Bhairabnath Temple in 2069 BS after the District Administration Office provided security following the comprehensive peace agreement, said Upadhyay.
When asked Purushottam Ghimire of the Curriculum Development Centre, Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, said they would provide textbooks once the school submits a written application.
Monsoon has become active throughout the country from today, the Meteorological Forecasting Division stated. It had entered the country ten days late this year than last year. Meteorologist Manju Basi said the monsoon has become more active in the central and eastern region of the country whereas it was less active in the western region…