Research Centre for Educational Innovation and Development (CERID)


Research Center for Educational Innovation and Development (CERID) (1975) is a leading educational research institution which has been aptly described as the pioneer educational institution which is broad in scope, open and accessible to all. CERID was established under the National Education Committee as branch of government with the aim of innovations and research to upgrade the quality of education and in 1979, it was handed over to Tribhuvan University (TU) with a vision to play a active role to streamline the efforts in upgrading the quality of education under the educational environment of TU with core professional researchers. At present, CERID remains unique research institution for generate knowledge and educational innovation as a unique research center in Nepal [1].

Specific Objectives:

  • To generate knowledge by undertaking evidence-based research and innovation activities for education
  • To provide education policy formulation, planning and implementation
  • To upgrade institutional capacity in educational sector
  • To spread and share research experiences and information

Contact Methods:

Dr.Surendra Giri, PhD
Executive Director CERID
Phone: 977-1-4286732/977-1-4301852
Email: info@cerid.org/krishnachandra.sharma@cerid.org
Website: http/www.cerid.org

References:

[1] Research Centre for Educational Innovation and Development (CERID), Retrieved From: http://tribhuvan-university.edu.np/research-centers/research-centre-for-educational-innovation-and-development-cerid, Retrieved Date: 8, August, 2019, Time: 2:56 pm

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