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Nepal, May 15 -- Agricultural education has been getting more media coverage in recent years, but sometimes for all the wrong reasons. The latest incident involves a professor being manhandled by his students at the Agriculture and Forestry University, Rampur. In these situations, the losers are the students, but it also affects the morale of the faculty and non-teaching staff. The incident is also a symptom of the deteriorating quality of agricultural education in the country.
Agricultural education is going through rapid expansion, but the focus has been on numbers and not quality. In the first three decades of agricultural education in Nepal at the undergraduate level, only three public colleges were established under Tribhuvan Univer...
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