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Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy, policy makers, planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC). This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education,Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GoN Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
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Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy, policy makers, planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC). This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education,Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
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Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy, policy makers, planners and managers of education based upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC). This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education,Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
PDF | File Size: 451 KB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy,policy makers,planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC). This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education,Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
PDF | File Size: 451 KB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy,policy makers,planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC). This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education,Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
PDF | File Size: 451 KB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy, policy makers, planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC). This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education,Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
PDF | File Size: 451 KB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy, policy makers, planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC). This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education,Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Annual Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
PDF | File Size: 451 KB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy, policy makers,planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC).This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education,Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
PDF | File Size: 451 KB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy, policy makers,planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC).This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education,Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
PDF | File Size: 451 KB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy, policy makers, planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC).This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education, Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
PDF | File Size: 451 KB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy, policy makers, planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC).This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education, Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
PDF | File Size: 451 KB   Download
Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
...
Achieving Literacy for all: NFE-MIS Report 2013-14
Abstract:
Ensuring quality of education through both formal and non-formal provisions of education has been the most crucial challenge towards achieving the Education for All (EFA) goals1 in Nepal. Equally challenging has been to systematically monitor progress towards EFA goals and strategies2 at the local (school, village, municipality and district), regional and national levels. The Department of Education of the Ministry of Education (DOE/MOE) publishes the Flash Report I,the Flash Report II and the Consolidated Report of School Level Educational Statistics of Nepal each year. While these reports include detailed information with regard to core EFA indictors related to school education from early childhood development and pre-primary education (ECD/PPE) to secondary education (from Kindergarten to Grade 12) through formal means of education, it lacks information with respect to non-formal education (NFE) and literacy related activities, thus leaving a huge gap in data on formal and non-formal education provisions in the country. For data related to NFE and literacy, policy makers, planners and managers of education depend upon the population censuses and household surveys conducted by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) of the National Planning Commission (NPC).This Report is an attempt to fulfill this gap with an aim to establishing and strengthening an integrated Education Management Information System (I-EMIS) with adequate information regarding both formal and non-formal education, including literacy. In order to design this system, it is essential to develop, promote and sustain a Non-formal Education Management Information System (NFE-MIS), contributing to monitor, assess and evaluate the progress and achievements made in the field of NFE and literacy, thus paving ways for achieving the goals of comprehensive school education and universal literacy through a particular focus on alternative and flexible schooling, adult and youth literacy and life skills. This system will be primarily housed at the Non Formal Education Center (NFEC), with viable and systematic linkages relating to the EMIS in the Department of Education, Sanothimi, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Publisher: UNESCO, GON Type / Script:
Progress Report  in  English
Keywords:
EDUCATION, LITERACY, BASIC EDUCATION, COMPUTER LITERACY, INFORMAL EDUCATION, NONFORMAL EDUCATION, LITERACY PROGRAMMES, PRESCHOOL EDUCATION, PRIMARY EDUCATION , PRIVATE SCHOOLS, PUBLIC SCHOOLS, INFORMATION, DATABASE MANAGEMENT
Thematic Group:
UNESCO, (2014)
Thesaurus:
11.01.00 - Educational Policy And Planning
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Feeder: LEELASHRESTHA, Editor: , Auditor:
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