Education plays key role in the development of a society and a country. The extent to which education is able to contribute to the process of socio-economic development and transformation of the nation depends on the trained and qualified human resources developed by the academic institutions and universities. In order to produce the qualified human resources required for the country, university and academic institutions should be equipped with adequate resources, competent and committed teaching faculties and staff, and properly designed courses. Faculty of Education (FoE) has been producing and supplying trained and qualified teachers, teacher educators, educational planners and administrators in the country for more than five decades through the Master Programme in Education.
Master of Education is a two-year programme offered in constitutional and affiliated campuses under FoE scattered in different parts of the country. This programme consists of professional/pedagogical core courses and specialization courses. Specialization courses include Curriculum and Evaluation, Educational Planning and Management, English Education, Nepali Education, Science Education, Mathematics Education, Health Education, Physical Education, Economics Education, Geography Education, History Education and Political Science Education. Students can specialize in any one of these courses. Both professional and specialization courses have been revised and implemented since 2009.