To many, teaching appears complacent job – complacent because a teacher does not necessarily seem to fall headlong into destructive vicissitudes. Because is teacher, working with mind and heart, skips being visible like society militant muscle users. Positively, this still because teaching is accepted as fundamental to social progress and their teacher principal agents for augmenting and sustaining progress. And in reality teachers manage to live leisurely and contented life despite hours/years of hard work while at world around the falls into upheavals. But, are lives without challenges behind this veil of complacence?
Teaching involves the need to sustain productive challenge, the challenge to constantly update and updated. It challenge to exist as long as the urge for learning exists. It equally to supply the society with progressive, inquisitive work force, who would work towards brighter future from among the present pessimistic crowd. We in KU feel this urge even more; we feel at responsibilities as pressing the achievements relatively more distant. But we closely watch our hard work being rewarded with the successes of our students. We believe that persistence proves, these main motivation for students. We work to keep values intact, while upgrading ourselves and consolidating our goals at time many things are falling out of place in country.
We would like dedicate KUFIT the teachers who share the motivation to sustain the challenges for building better tomorrow. This issue contains reflections on pertinent social topics, teachers’ intimate narratives, and cases from Nepali history. Finally, as arrive then second issue of KUFIT, we feel strong urge ask colleagues and readers visit the site, read the articles, initiate discussions and plan for contributions in months.