Nepal's first largest virtual Edu Fair-NEPAL SCHOOL MELA-2021 to kick-off today
Kathmandu, May 06: Nepal's first largest virtual Education Fair "Nepal School Fair-2021" is just a click away as it is going to be launched today which targets school level students and their parents as special participants. The fair, which is organized by College Readers (a national level English magazine), will be conducted in collaboration with Private and Boarding Schools’ Organization Nepal (PABSON). The objective of the fair is to disseminate proper and genuine information and counseling to parents and students on school education (pre-primary level to secondary level) across the nation.
The pre-opening of the fair commences today which gives time to its participating schools for one week to update their school information on the school mela website. The fair continues for a month. During this period, visitors (parents, teachers and aspirants) will make a virtual visit to the school, interact with the school administrators, participate in live webinars facilitated by experts from various spheres, and witness genuine counseling and other interaction programs on ubiquitous issues with regard to education and academe.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, students and parents are unable to visit the school physically, and it is difficult for them to find appropriate and genuine information. Therefore, the fair is going to be organized in order to fulfill parents and students’ queries and quest for a utopian school which guarantees their appealing future. In addition, the fair is organized with the espousal from various educational umbrella organizations including National PABSON.
"Nepal School Mela (Fair)- 2021" will spread a positive message about school education as well as academia and will witness enthusiastic participation from a wider network of visitors: students, parents and stakeholders. In addition, they will be able to make their own decision after a single virtual tour of the fair participating schools by comparing and contrasting various features, such as school infrastructure, educational quality, teaching faculty, results, transportation convenience and so on.
In addition, the fair will serve as a bridge between students, parents and the best educational institutions in the country. This will be a common platform for students, parents and educational institutions as the best schools of the country and their services and facilities could be decided from the same virtual platform.
More than 150 schools from Kathmandu Valley and outside will participate in the fair. To visit the fair, one can login to www.nepalschoolmela.com and take a virtual tour to the school of their choice, interest and pursuit.