Education for development

Education for development

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Since: Jul 13

Siddhipur-5, Lalitpur, Nepal

#1 Jul 5, 2013
Education proves to be one of the most important factors for the development of human civilization. Education enhances human status and leads everyone to prosperity. Education provides man powers, strengthens national unity and uplifts public awareness. The climax of science and technology has emerged as the contribution of education.
Both technical and administrative man powers are required in a country. Technical hands are regarded as the base-stones of development works. The technicians such as engineers, doctors, scientists, electricians, pilots, drivers etc. contribute to the work of development. They are involved in different fields and projects. If a country has adequate technical hands, it can boost up its development projects properly. The enhancement of country depends on how its technical hands contribute to the development projects. A development project gets buttressed if it is aptly provided with technical hands.

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