An Analysis of Education Practices through Self-Financed Organisation-Increasing Learning Attitude: A Case Study of Secondary Level School of Province 3 in Context of Nepal
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Research Paper | Education Management | Nepal | Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019

An Analysis of Education Practices through Self-Financed Organisation-Increasing Learning Attitude: A Case Study of Secondary Level School of Province 3 in Context of Nepal

Dev Chandra Manandhar, Siddhi Prasad Koirala

Education is the process of facilitating learning, for the heightening of the knowledge, skills, and values and so on. Self-financed schools also known to many as in depends school, non-governmental, privately funded or non-state schools are not administer by locals. In context of Nepal, there are numerous types of opinion on disparities on private and public schools in Nepal. This study examine that how an education practice increase learning attitude through self-financed organization in the central Nepal within Province number 3 in Nepal. A primary case study of 32 consecutive secondary school from Sindhupalchowk, Kathmandu, Kavrepalanchow, Makwanpur and Chitwan district respectively within Central Nepal within in province Number 3. The study result signifies that the learning practices in the self-financed organization is much higher in the study area. Students outcomes including quality, result and satisfaction level found higher in the private schools. Whereas education system and management skills also played a vital role in the development of various actors such as students, teachers, parents and SMC respectively The study conclude that education level of school found higher supported through self-financed organisation. Awareness is more and useful in the private based school with a useful environment of competition exist among the students and other stakeholders. The study result further recommended that self-financed organisation had monopoly in education sector. Therefore, unusual expenses and load could minimise after reviewing it. The demands towards modern equipment is high by the many stakeholders in most of the visited schools.

Keywords: Education Learning, Self-financed Organization, outcomes

Edition: Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019

Pages: 249 - 253

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Dev Chandra Manandhar, Siddhi Prasad Koirala, "An Analysis of Education Practices through Self-Financed Organisation-Increasing Learning Attitude: A Case Study of Secondary Level School of Province 3 in Context of Nepal", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/search_index_results_paperid.php?id=ART20198402, Volume 8 Issue 6, June 2019, 249 - 253

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