Higher secondary school Organization Nepal (HISSAN) has ensconced itself to have been and organization of professionals who aim at producing disciplined, ingenious and self motivated human resources by developing educational sector and contributing in the policy making procedure. It ensures harmony, camaraderie and collaboration among private educational intuitions.
Undoubtly, it has not only sprouted adroit human resources by investing a colossal amount of money but also created a range of employability opportunities that has dropped a large amount of money blowing out on foreign swathes in the name of higher education in Nepal has ignited the spark of award-winning career regardless of insurmountable obstacle and difficulties
It has been 20 years that HISSAN has undergone several ups and downs with its establishment on 11th Mangsir 2053. Changes have come across the journey of academic enhancement. However, neither government nor public have honored the contributing participation of HISSAN in escalating Nepalese education to its greater heights. As per government’s education act, law and policy, we feel that we have suffered amid chagrin and embarrassment. Our efforts of flourishing education act and policy in accordance with the changes of time have succumbed to failure.
Our efforts seem to be nugatory in today’s revolutionary time since we could not embark on our own mission because of governments harness to enervate our pace. We wish we could change the current education act, but to no avail. It is our tragedy that obliges us to accept moribund situation amid the quandary of recent education act, which is conspicuously unfavorable for us. Unarguably, it is government’s inefficiency that disparages the administration capacity of private institutions when it has to seriously work on improving its own management of human resources that are clandestine in the headscarves of sycophantic bureaucrats. Government’s policies and rules are intriguing. Notwithstanding these disparities, we are neither allowed to ameliorate encourage private institutions that are dedicated to improving current education act policy are blatantly discouraging factors for the private sector
Moreover, it is obvious that government prone to its reluctance in addressing the major factors that can lay a strong foundation for quality education in Nepal. The government has failed to address important issues such as school fee structure, teachers’ remuneration and amenities, accreditation, ownership of institution, scholarship, tax, foreign investment on education curriculum syllabuses, course of studies, examination and results, award and retribution, education in federal system etc. are major components that make direct impact on the assurance of quality education in the Nepal.
The private sector, which is at the forefront in terms of academic efficiency, investment, infrastructure, and employment, looks forward to contributing in education sector in collaboration with the government. As result, the flagship of HISSAN is in the limelight that informs the public about its glories contribution to establishing plus two education act, basic education has been circumscribed from grade one to eight; secondary education entails the grades from nine to twelve, and university education comprises qualification above grades twelve. In such a condition, it is mandatory to change the appellation of HISSAN by amending its statute. Although HISSAN associate colleges have been imparting basic education to university education, its challenging for HISSAN for extensive participation of the public and stakeholders, and fuel entire private institutions, a rapid transformation in course syllabuses is one of the most important factors in the era of globalization. HISSAN not only leads the string of private institutions, but also it harnesses leadership capabilities in public and community based education system across the country, we will formulate a culture of robust evaluation system to assess the quality of schools in Nepal.
In order to discuss the issues of recent education act and policy, HISSAN has called national assembly, which is symposium of academic maestros. We hope it will be a historic assembly; moreover, HISSAN is dome with strong pillars that not only incorporates the academic activities of private institution but also becomes a catalyst to yield positive contention amongst the entire academic institutions of Nepal. Best Wishes!