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Janakalyan Secondary School has been providing free education to the students since 2044 B.S. (1987 A.D). To reach the school, one can take a bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara, get off at Damauli and travel 24kms in local transport to Belchautara. Belchautara is believed to have been named after a temple that is under a Bel tree. The community consists of people from various ethnic groups living together in harmony - Gurungs and Magars being the common people living in this community. As the school is located near the Prithivi Highway, there are plenty of facilities available in the local area. There are good network services and internet connection. The school has facilities like a school bus, science lab, and computer lab. The school has now incorporated the use of multimedia in the classroom for a better understanding of the subjects. Although the infrastructure of the school is good, a lack of extracurricular activities and sports equipment is seen. Tanahun is a very hot and humi...

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School in Dang Pratapkot

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School of Sindhupalchowk

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chool of Sindhupalchowk

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Shree Jagrup Sah Ram Pukar Sah Secondary School is named after the donors, the grandfather, and his grandchild. The school is placed beside the famous holy pond Parsuram. Featured with greenery and plain fields, Parsuram Talau is a religiously significant place. This school is also popularly known as Parsuram Talau School. Established in the year 2014 B.S., it is one of the oldest schools in the municipality. Currently, the school has a total of 1124 students enrolled in the current academic year. It takes about 12 hours to reach this school if we are taking east to the west highway while it only takes 7 hours from B.P. highway. The school is situated at a distance of 15 km away from the Ramananda Chowk in Janakpur. The majority of the population speaks Maithili as their mother tongue. Both Hindus and Muslims have been living in the community for a long time in harmony. The school is equipped with a computer lab however most of the computers are not functional. The school ...

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Bhotenamlang is about 20 km from Melamchi. People in the community belong to Tamang ethnicity. The village is situated on the top of the hill range. The estimated population of the village is 3000. There are 12 teachers teaching in the school. Ncell, Smart Cell and CDMA services are available in the area.

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Named after Queen Ratna Rajya Lakshmi Devi Shah, Shree Ratna secondary School was established around 2015 B.S. The school was established after the Queen visited Manpang and surrounding areas and saw the need for a school there, so children from surrounding areas can have access to education without having to travel from very distant places. The school is about 165 km from Kathmandu. The population in the community is about 150-200 people. The majority of people in the community are Gurung, making up about 50% of the population. 25% of the population are Magars and the rest of the 25% is a mix of other castes, mainly Janjati/ Dalit. The majority of the people are Buddhists and Hindus with some Christians. Shree Ratna Secondary School is the only secondary school in Maygde-6. Students travel from villages as far as three hours away to study here. There used to be a high population of about 500 to 600 students in this school before. However, the number of students has decreased to...

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Shree Batase Secondary School, established in 2047 BS, is located in Melamchi of Sindhupalchowk district of Nepal. The community compromises 99% of Tamang and 1% of Dalit families. With the majority of Tamang families, there is no discrimination in the community based on the ethnic groups. After the massive earthquake, the school building was destroyed so students were taught in temporary classes. There were 256 students in the academic year 2075-2076 BS. Hence, recently, CARITAS organization constructed a building for the school with well-equipped classrooms. The new building also consists of a hostel for the students. However, the science lab, computer lab and library are in the same room. One of the major challenges for the school is that due to its location transportation is not frequently available to bring the resources in the school. In monsoon, transportation completely stops. The resources ordered for the students or donated by Nagarpalika only reaches the school after a ...

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Established in the year 2036 B.S., Shree Mithila Adharbhut School currently has about 400 students. It takes about seven to eight hours from Kathmandu. The school is located in Kachuri village in Mithila municipality, which lies on the way to Dhanusadham. The school and the municipality are named after the temple Mithila Bihari which lies in the same place. The community is made up of diverse ethnic groups living together. Of which Yadav, Teli, Brahmins, Kayastha, Musahar, Rajput, and Chhetri’s are among the few most common that reside in this community. The majority of the population mostly rely on farming and foreign employment for their livelihood. The majority of the population of this community is poor and most of the community members do not value education. Because of this reason most children are sent to public school because this is more affordable and easy to sen Due to several social-economical and cultural reasons, the students here lack quality education. However...

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