Kathmandu 1 July: Nepali Student Union, a student wing of the main opposition Nepali Congress (NC), is launching a nationwide campaign ‘Study in homes, learning in settlement’.
Issuing a press release on Tuesday, NSU president Rajib Dhungana said the national drive would be put in place for advancing student-focused alternative learning. Likewise, NSU would also monitor the situation of quarantines across the district, availability of PCR tests and the state of treatment service delivered by the hospitals. President Dhungana pledged that the free textbooks meant for the students of community schools would be handed to the students reaching out their homes.
Likewise, NSU general secretary Deepak Bhattarai said they would also monitor the private boarding schools in the districts to stop charging fee of the period when the educational institutions remained closed.
He also informed that the NSU has already made a circular to all the districts to organize blood donation and sapling plantation across the country on July 2 (Thursday) to mark the 96th birth anniversary of the NC’s former President and ex-Prime Minister the late Girija Prasad Koirala. –