Germany strengthens collaboration in the education and technology sector in Nepal « Khabarhub

KATHMANDU: The German government should increase its cooperation and collaboration for the promotion of education, technology and other sectors.

Laura Lugbauer from the Consular Department of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Nepal said this during the “Know Germany” session of a program organized by the Advanced College of Engineering and Management (ACEM) in Kathmandu. Wednesday.

The program was organized in partnership with the Goethe-Zentrum Kathmandu (GZK).

This information session highlighted the hybrid model of German courses to be conducted at ACEM.

The team of GZK experts, Sebastian Woitsch, director Benjamin Matern, head of the language department, Subash Thapaliya, language teacher, and Ms. Marie Sophie Schild, GZK civil servant, contributed extensively to the program.

On the occasion, Laura Lugbauer, representing the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, informed that Germany will always cooperate with Nepal to improve its education, technology among others.

Furthermore, she commended that Nepal is on the right track in providing university education in the engineering sector.

“I am delighted to see so many enthusiastic students dedicated to learning the German language. This will eventually bring students a little closer to Germany and international exposure,” she said.

Woitsch, director of GZK, shared a brief history behind the name Goethe and how it reflects the diversity of the nation’s culture and arts. “Goethe is a leading language center and part of an incredible network of over 200 institutes around the world,” he added.

Matern, head of the language department at GZK in coordination with Thapaliya, a German language teacher and Schild, a GZK official, helped the public to explore Germany, its advanced education, culture, turbulent past, historical places , its wonderful festivals, its unique civilization and of course the rich language in a truly artistic way.

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