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Students willing to study aboard demands not to obstruct admission process
  Kathmandu, Nepal      June 01 2020


Kathmandu, Nepal, June 1, 2020: The continuation of lockdown has badly hampered the daily life of the people, particularly the students, who were in the process to study abroad. 

Though some abroad universities and colleges have adopted a policy to continue the admission for online classes, Nepali students have deprived even to get admission due to the halt to issue No objection Letter. No objection Letter is most to send money aboard to get admission in the universities and colleges. 

The Ministry of education, science and technology, the responsible ministry to issue the No objection Letter and others issues related to the education, has stopped to issue the No objection Letter owing to the lockdown imposed owing to the spreading tend of coronavirus. 

‘I would loss the chance to be enrolled even for the upcoming September intake due to the lack of necessary documents like No objection Letter even though the university, where I intend to enroll in Canada, has already issued permission for the admission,’ a student sad preferring anonymity.

The students have a demand that the government should not create hurdles to get admission in the abroad colleges and universities, which have continued admission process for the online classes amid the lockdown, even if the lockdown was continued in Nepal to contain the spreading coronavirus.