Educational Qualification of Nepali Leaders

Politics is one of those fields where no qualifications are required. This tradition is followed not only in Nepal, but also in many other countries. Our leaders need to be well-educated to manage the country, but they aren’t. If we take a look at Nepal’s history. Our late ex-prime minister, Girija Koirala, has repeatedly said that he has not studied. Similarly, Kp Sharma Oli, who was twice appointed as Prime Minister, hasn’t done any studying. Dr. Baburam Bhattarai is the only person in Nepalese history who has studied and knows something. In today’s topic we will discuss about qualifications of our leaders.

Honorable president Bidya Devi Bhandari
Mrs. Bidya Devi Bhandari is Nepal’s second president since the country’s democratic-republican system was formed. She is the first female president to be chosen by the new constitutio’s parliament. Mrs. Bhandari received her primary and secondary education in Bhojpur before continuing her education in Biratnagar, Morang. Her early student years in Bhojpur’s hills were a formative period in her life, when the seeds of revolution and change were sown in her mind. Mrs. Bhandari married a notable communist leader, Mr. Madan Bhandari.

Dr Baburam bhattarai

Amar Jyoti High School, Luintel, Gorkha, was where he completed his studies. He attended Amrit Science College for intermediate college and excelled in all of his tests. In 1977, he studied Bachelor of Architecture in Chandigarh, India, thanks to a Colombo plan scholarship. Baburam earned his M.Tech. from the Delhi School of Planning and Architecture, and his PhD from Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, India, in 1986. Dr. Bhattaria’s Ph.D. the book name Nature of Regional Structure of Nepal was later published .

Nanda Kishor Pun

He began school when he was eight years old. He attended Jakhar Primary School for his primary school and Rangsi Lower Secondary School for his secondary education. Pun completed his secondary studies at Libang’s Bal Kalyan Secondary School. Krishna Bahadur Mahara, his teacher in Libang, encouraged him to learn cosmetology. He passed his SLC in 1986.

Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli
kp Oli has served as Prime Minister on two occasions. In 1962, he came to Jhapa after finishing his basic school education in Tehrathum. He was unable to pursue his studies due to his imprisonment.

Puspa kamal Dahal (Prachanda)
He earned an ISc-Ag diploma in agriculture from the Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS) in Rampur, Chitwan, and worked for USAID on a rural development project in Jajarkot.

Sherbahadur deuba
He attended Asigram Primary School and Mahendra Higher Senior School and Sitaram Higher Secondary School in Doti for his primary and secondary studies. Deuba enrolled at Tri-Chandra College for higher studies after passing SLC.

Madhav kumar Nepal
Madhav Kumar is an Indian businessman. Mangal Kumar and Durgadevi Upadhaya, Nepal’s parents, were Brahmins. He earned a bachelor’s degree in commerce from Tribhuvan University in 1973 and worked in banking and the government service before deciding to devote his life to politics full-time.

Jhalnath Khanal
He belong from ilam, Jhapa district. He completed his higher study from Amrit Science campus.

Ram Chandra Poudel
While incarcerated in prison as an panchayat leader, ram Chandra was in Nepali literature from Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, he got the chance to give examination. He was also in Tribhuvan University’s in Sanskrit literature.

Upendra Yadav
Upendra Yadav is a former deputy prime minister of Nepal and a Nepalese politician. He graduated from Mahendra Morang Adarsha Multiple Campaus with a bachelor’s degree.

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