The Supreme Court has issued a directive order deciding the issue related to the class 11 curriculum. In today’s decision, the Supreme Court has dismissed the writ and issued a directive order not to comply with the demand.
With this decision of the Supreme Court, the door has been opened for the implementation of the new curriculum in class 11. Stakeholders are of the view that the decision has brought relief to the schools and teachers who have been confused for a long time.
Birendra Dhakal, the Joint Spokesperson of the Curriculum Development Center, informed that the Supreme Court today issued a directive order to implement the new curriculum by dismissing the writ petition. “The court has paved the way for the implementation of the new curriculum in class 11,” he said.
On the issue of new curriculum draft filed in the name of Bhagwata Aryal last September, the writ petitioners have filed notices including Curriculum Development Center Sanothimi Bhaktapur, Pokhara University Pokhara Kaski, Midwestern University Birendra Nagar Surkhet, Far Western University Bhimdatta Municipality Kanchanpur, Eastern University Biratnagar Morang, Kathmandu University Dhulikhel Kavre and Agriculture and The case was filed against Forest Science University Rampur Chitwan.
The case was heard in a joint sitting of Justices Tej Bahadur KC and Prakash Kumar Dhungana today. On behalf of the government, Attorney Prakash Bhattarai and Dr. Sanjeev Regmi had lobbied.ad space
The issue, which has been postponed for the seventh time and has been heard twice, has been sidelined to free the students from the confusion of the new and old curriculum.
The case was registered alleging that the National Curriculum Draft 2076 was removed from the list of compulsory subjects and devalued mathematics.
The draft has made social and vital education compulsory in class 11. Similarly, three subjects have been made compulsory in class 11 and the integer of five hundred has been increased to seven hundred.