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Quality of education in Bhutan

Jagar Dorji

Quality of education in Bhutan

a personal perspective on the development and changes in Bhutanese education system since 1961

by Jagar Dorji

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Published by KMT Publisher in Thimphu .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bhuta,
  • Bhutan,
  • Bhutan.
    • Subjects:
    • Education -- Bhuta -- History -- 20th century.,
    • Teachers -- Training of -- Bhutan,
    • Teacher effectiveness -- Economic aspects -- Bhutan.,
    • Teachers -- Certification -- Bhutan.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 149-152).

      StatementJagar Dorji.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLA1164.5 .D67 2003
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 152 p. ;
      Number of Pages152
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3333472M
      ISBN 109993610607
      LC Control Number2004312553
      OCLC/WorldCa60392343

      The government is committed to universal education as a signatory to the policy of "Education for All" and the Convention of the Rights of the Child (in at New Delhi, India). In , the literacy rate in Bhutan was 42 percent, with female literacy being only 28 percent. It is five scores and four years since the introduction of modern education in Bhutan. The First King of Bhutan pioneered modern education besides the monastic education. Since then, the education system has undergone so many developments. The education in the country has reached this far solely due to hard work of our Monarchs.

      challenges to the provision of free primary education in public primary schools in Mombasa County, Kenya. Objectives of the study This study sought to: i. Find out the extent to which teacher-student ratio influences the provision of free primary education in public primary schools. Size: KB. Conventional education in Bhutan largely focused on structured school based outcomes like pass percentages, dropout rate, school infrastructures, pupil-instructor ratios and enrolment rates. Therefore, the conventional education indicators that are currently available to .

      The Bhutan Accreditation Council (BAC) has been established as per the clause 11 of Tertiary Education Policy of the Kingdom of Bhutan, endorsed by Lhengye Zhungtshok on 26th of January The Council is the autonomous body having overall authority on accreditation, quality assurance, and interpreting and recognizing qualifications. World Bank’s Education Development project supports Bhutan's education development program to expand access to primary and secondary education, and improve educational quality at all levels. This program is underpinned by the education sector strategy for achieving Bhutan's Vision 20/20 which aims to improve quality of life of its citizens.


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The empirical investigations that were at the center of the project took part in and consisted. It also investigates contemporary challenges to schooling in Bhutan such as adult education, inclusive education, early childhood education, rurality, and gender.

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