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Dilli Ram Rimal
National Centre for Educational Development (NCED) was established in 1993 as an apex body for human resource development under the Ministry of Education (MoE). The centre is undertaking activities related to professional development of teachers and educational personnel.
The key mandate of NCED is to enhance the capacity of teachers, educational personnel and managers through training, research and development. Moreover, it also monitors and evaluates training programs conducted by other organizations.
The Council for Educational Human Resource Development, chaired by the Honorable Minister for Education formulates the policies and provides the management guidelines to NCED. NCED functions as a Secretariat for the Council.
NCED is headed by an Executive Director. It has three divisions, viz. Planning, Monitoring and Administration; Human Resource Development; and Distance Education and Open Learning each headed by the Directors. Under NCED, there are altogether 34 Educational Training Centers(ETCs) throughout the country with three categories based on the working area and provision of infrastructure, human resource. In addition, it has technical linkage with 46 Lead Resource Centers (LRCs) to cover 75 districts.