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Nepalese computer programmer Nirmal Kumar works on his laptop as he teaches a course in Computer Programming in Nepal.
(Photo: Nirupa Choudhary/Reuters)Maldives, Nepal and Sri Lanka are among the 10 countries where computer programming is a second-class subject in Nepal, a country where computer science is considered a backward science.
Computer programs are not the only area where Nepaleses lack skills.
In addition to poor training in computer programming, Nepalesean government has also been slow to provide basic education for people with computer skills.
As many as 10 percent of the population has no formal education in computer science, according to the UN Development Program.
The lack of computer skills can also be linked to the poverty, illiteracy and illiteracy rates in Nepal and other parts of the country.
In Nepal, education is the key to solving the challenges of the rural and remote communities.
The country’s poor literacy rates are a major problem.
The literacy rate in Nepal stands at 51 percent, according the Nepal Literacy Center.
“Our country has the potential to become a major player in the IT and information technology industry,” said Dhanush Rai, executive director of the Nepalesan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NPCI).
Rai said the government must ensure that all people are trained to become proficient computer programmers.