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Science and culture of Nepal

In 2000, there were more than 4.9 million pupils (more than 43% were girls), of whom there were more than 140 thousand teachers (half with the qualifications of a teacher). There are 5 higher education institutions. The largest (about 6 thousand teachers, more than 140 thousand students, of which more than 60 thousand study in… Read more

Economy of Nepal

In 1990-2000, the annual GDP growth rate was 2.4%, in 2000/01 – 4.6%, in 2001/02 – 0.8%. GDP is $ 5.5 billion (or $ 30.6 billion at purchasing power parity), and per capita income is $ 1,327 (PPP) (2000). The share of Nepal in the world economy is small (less than 0.1%). The economically active… Read more

Government and political system of Nepal

Nepal is a multinational, multilingual, democratic, independent, indivisible, sovereign, Hindu constitutional monarchy. The Constitution of 1990 is in force. Administratively, it is divided into 5 development regions (Eastern, Central, Western, Mid-Western and Far-Western), which, in turn, are subdivided into 14 zones (anchol): Bagmati, Bheri, Dhavalagiri, Gandaki, Janakpur, Karnali, Kosi, Lumbini, Mahakali, Swords, Narayani, Rapti, Sagarmatha,… Read more

History of Nepal

In the Stone Age, mainly Tibeto-Burmese tribes lived in the mountain valleys of Nepal. The first state formations were headed by the semi-mythical dynasties of Gopal and Kirat. Terai in the 1st millennium BC were inhabited by Indo-Aryans, closely associated with Northern India. It was here, in Lumbini, in the Shakya tribe that the founder… Read more

Population of Nepal

Natural population growth fluctuates: 2.66% in the 1970s, 2.08% in the 1980s, 2.25% in the 1990s and early. 21 c. The birth rate is quite high (33.5 ‰). The highest birth rate is in the Terai, the lowest is in the high mountainous regions. Mortality 9.62 ‰, infant mortality 64.2 people. per 1000 newborns. The… Read more

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