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School education includes primary level of grades 1–5, lower secondary and secondary levels of grades 6–8 and 9–10 respectively.
Community schools receive regular government grants whereas institutional schools are funded by the school's themselves or other non-governmental sources.
The Ministry, as a part of the government bureaucracy, is headed by the Secretary of Education and consists of the central office, various functional offices, and offices located at the regional and district levels.
The Central Office or the Ministry is mainly responsible for policy development, planning and monitoring, and evaluation regarding different aspects of education.
The National Center for Educational Development (NCED) is an apex body for teacher training in Nepal.
There are 34 Educational Training Centers (ETCs) under NCED to support the teachers in pedagogical areas.
The Ministry of Education is the apex body responsible for initiating and managing education activities in the country.
The Minister of Education (assisted by the State/Assistant Minister), provides political leadership to the Ministry.
These decentralized offices are responsible for overseeing nonformal and school-level education activities in their respective areas.
Regional Directorates are mainly responsible for coordinating and monitoring and evaluation of education activities and the District Education Offices are the main implementing agencies.
Six years old is the prescribed age for admission into grade one.
A national level School Leaving Certificate (SLC) examination is conducted at the end of grade 10.
Supported and managed by the local people, they can be thus identified as the real community schools.