Journal of Advances in Education Research
Effectiveness of Practical Work on Students' Achievement in Science at Secondary Level in Gorkha District Nepal
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- Kamal Prasad Koirala*
Lecturer, Tribhuvan University, Gorkha Campus, Gorkha, Nepal; Ph.D Scholar, Tribhuvan University, Graduate School of Education, Nepal
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