NEB Grade 12 Compulsory Nepali Book:
Education tries to instil information in students and develops a link between classroom learning and real-world application. Education should foster students’ abilities to advocate for rights, freedoms, and equality, to live a healthy lifestyle, to make rational decisions, and to contribute to the long-term development of individuals, societies, and nations through scientific analysis.
Students are also required to cultivate moral conduct, societal harmony, ecological awareness, and the ability to commit to long-term peace. Educate citizens to use current knowledge, skills, information, and communication technology, to be self-reliant and business-oriented, to respect the nation, nationality, and national ideals, to adopt socially acceptable conduct and work culture, and to be tolerant.
Similarly, civic readiness is anticipated to contribute to the development of a self-reliant, patriotic, change-oriented, thoughtful, and inclusive society that is creative, inventive, ambitious, and acts in accordance with high thinking and principles, effectively managing modern issues. This textbook was created in light of these considerations and is based on the Nepali subject curriculum for class 12 as prepared by the National Curriculum Draft, 2076 BS.
Dr. Dhan Prasad Subedi wrote this textbook, and Dr. Love is from Chaulagain. Shri Ana Prasad Neupane, Director-General of the Center, Prof. Dr. Krishna Prasad Ghimire, Dr. Devi Nepal, Shri Vishnu Gyawali, and Dr. Januka Nepal contributed. Mr. Tukaraj Adhikari and Mr. Indu Khanal edited the content. Mr. Ganesh Prasad Bhattarai and Mr. Chinakumari Niraula edited the language, and Mr. Santosh Kumar Dahal designed the layout. The Curriculum Development Center wishes to express its gratitude to everyone who contributed to the creation of this textbook.
Textbooks are regarded as a significant teaching and learning tool. Students should be able to attain the desired skills by using this textbook throughout the curriculum. The textbook has been designed to be as activity-oriented and engaging as possible. Because teachers, students, parents, intellectuals, and all readers have an essential role to play in further improving this textbook, the Curriculum Development Center gladly invites all interested parties to provide constructive recommendations.
Curriculum Development Center, 2078