Definition of non-formal in English:

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non-formal

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adjective

Having a relaxed or informal style or nature: a non-formal friendly atmosphere non-formal systems of education
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  • For children in the pre-school age, there are six non-formal education centres.
  • By the early 1990s, the major concern of the Mothers ' Union was non-formal education.
  • The concept of village banking was started by David Walker who have been involved in non-formal education in Nepal.
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