KATHMANDU Metropolitan Urges SCHOOLS in Kathmandu to Follow New Naming and Sign Guidelines
Date: May 1, 2023
The Kathmandu Metropolitan has announced new guidelines for naming and sign placement for schools across the country. The guidelines, which have been issued by the Metropolitan Municipality, aim to bring uniformity in the naming and sign placement of schools.
The following guidelines are instructed by the Kathmandu Metropolitan City for schools in Kathmandu.
- As per the new guidelines, schools shall be named after historical figures, deities, pilgrimage sites, or natural heritage that have made significant contributions to society and the nation.
- Schools that have been named contrary to this rule before the commencement of this rule can retain their names but will need to seek approval from the Metropolitan Municipality if they want to rename it from the beginning of the second academic session after the issuance of this rule.
- Institutional schools that want to add the word “public” to their name should have at least one-third of the students as full-fledged students. If any institutional school wants to add the national word to its name, students from at least 25 districts of Nepal must be studying. And if any institutional school wants to add an international word to its name, there must be at least one-third of foreign students. The word “school” or “college” should be attached at the end of the name.
- If schools fail to comply with these rules, the Metropolitan Municipality will be forced to take legal action.
The Kathmandu Metropolitan has issued new guidelines for naming and sign placement for schools across the country to bring uniformity and standardization. Schools are urged to comply with the new rules, failing which they will face legal action from the Metropolitan Municipality.
Attribution: Kathmandu Metropolitan City
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CTA: School authorities are advised to follow the new guidelines for naming and sign placement to avoid legal actions by the Metropolitan Municipality.-Gurubaa!