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Shree Saraswoti Namuna School lies in Khairenitar, Tanahun. The legend here is that due to the area’s geography, a resident named this place Khairenitar. It is the oldest school in the community. The school recently celebrated its 61st year of establishment day. The school has a total of 350 students enrolled in the current academic year. It takes about six hours to reach this school if we catch the local bus from Kathmandu. The most convenient way to reach the school is to take a bus to Pokhara and asked to be dropped in Khairenitar. The school lies near the highway of Pokhara - a 45 minute’s drive from Damauli and about an hour from Pokhara. A mixed community with bout 60% of the community is Brahmin, whereas the rest 40% includes Dalit and Janajatsi. But, in terms of the school scenario, there are about 70% of students come from the Dalit community, 20% from Janajati, and 10% from the Brahmin community. A small community with only about 500 members is located within t...

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Shree secondary school in Laliya was established in the year 2028 B.S. The school has a total of 659 students enrolled in the current academic year. Talking about the present condition of the school, it majorly lacks physical infrastructures where the school doesn’t even have proper labs, libraries, and a playground. Laliya Thakur is the nearest pond near Shree Rashtriya Secondary School. The name of the village was derived from this pond’s name itself. According to popular legend, this pond was dug by the demons and gods of the forest living there during that period. However, this village has a historic connection with the Janaki Mandir and its construction. The people in the community are mostly dependent on foreign employment where the members believe in luxurious life rather than prosperous life. The students thus come with an aspiration to follow their parent’s path of going abroad for work. Hinduism is the dominant religion in the area. The school is surrounded by a...

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Kalakhola is a small village in the Dang district of Nepal that comprises of Chhetri, Brahmin, Janajati and Dalit families. The community believes in its customs and traditions as a part of their happiness and joy so, every year they organize a special fair in the vicinity during Maha Shivaratri. Currently, due to the lack of exemplary personas in the community, there is a practice of child marriage as well. The members of the community understand the importance of education for their children and are also motivated to send them to attain quality education in schools nearby like Shree Secondary School. Shree Secondary School was founded in 2041 BS to create role models for the upcoming generation for the progress and prosperity of the entire community. As the members of the community are aware of the importance of education, the enrollment of students increases every year with 766 students studying in the school in this year 2076 BS. The school has well-equipped science and comp...

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According to the locals of the community, Shree Deep Narayan Adarsh school is very prestigious because the founder of the school Mr. Deep Narayan was awarded with "Gorkha Dakshin Bahu Takma” by Late King Birendra Bir Bikram Shah because Mr. Narayan realized that the community could only flourish through education. The school was established in 2028 BS and in the academic year, 2075 - 2076 BS, there were a total of 1,018 students studying in the school. The school represents teamwork and engagement as its core value which can be seen among the staff members and teachers. All the teachers share their ideas and implications for the sustainable progress and prosperity of the students and the school. The school has various facilities for its students such as computer lab, however, due to the lack of trained personnel the laboratory is not functioned and utilized properly. Moreover, science and mathematics laboratories are also being constructed for the students. However, one of the m...

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Gyan Batika school is one of the first schools of Subarnapur. Established in 2046 B.S.(1990 A.D.), this school now has more than 500 students enrolled. The students belong to diverse ethnicities like Tamang, Newar, Brahmin, Tharu, and Yadav. With the majority of the students being females, the school stands against the deep-rooted patriarchy prevailing in society. One of the pressing challenges to school administration has been students bunking classes. Only 60% of the students getting admission are present during the classes, the rest of the students only appear to give their exams. Absenteeism is a major problem in this school. The infrastructure of the school is good with a canteen, computer lab, library and a Saraswoti temple on this school's premises. Despite the good infrastructure, the school currently needs books, sports equipment, band projectors for the holistic development of the students. Water tanks and dustbins have also become a need for proper hygiene. The sch...

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With more than 1300 students studying from playgroup to grade 12, Nepal Rastriya Secondary School is one of the largest schools in the area. The students are mostly Tharus and Yadavs. Most of the students speak Bhojpuri as their mother tongue, with little knowledge about Nepali and English language. The students in grades 9 and 10 still find it hard to form a correct sentence in the English language. The students of Nepal Rastriya Secondary School belong to an agricultural background and their economic condition is very poor but this does not stop the children from going to school and learning. The students travel 5-7 km every day to reach the school. Some of the students do not have shoes or backpacks. They only have a shirt to wear during the harsh winter months but these factors have not affected their attendance in the classrooms. The students have a hunger to learn and thus, the dropout rates of the school are also very low. The students have the potential and know the ...

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Lying in the lap of Chhillikot hill and Sakram river, Secondary School, Bhitrisakram, was established in 2011. The school located on the way to Chillokot road lies about 4 KM far away from the main highway. Currently, the school serves about 260 students only. A mixed community of Chhetri, Janjati, and Dalit families welcomes you with their heart, but when it comes to sending students to school, the community is not convinced about sending their students to school. The majority of the population seems hesitant about sending kids to school as most of the adults in the family themselves are not aware of the importance of education. Because of this reason, students do not take studies seriously due to lack of exposure. Although so close to a major highway, the community is barred from getting as simple as a network connection in their mobile phones easily. The physical condition of the school is in good condition to some extent but mostly lacks an equipped library and science labs...

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Nawa Jagaran Secondary School is located about 6 kilometers away from Bijauri, which is the midpoint of Ghorahi and Tulsipur, 445 kilometers from Kathmandu. The school was established in the year 2039 BS. The mixed community comprising of Janajati and Dalit families who are ardent followers of Hinduism with a total population of about 3,500. Although road connectivity with the nearby city is smooth and the transport facility is adequate however the cell phone network is relatively poor. The community members are mostly dependent on agriculture for their livelihood, and others migrate to a foreign land for remittance. In the majority of cases, both the mother and the father from each family have migrated abroad for better job opportunities leaving their children either to stay with their grandparents or elder siblings. Considering the perspective of a larger mass of people in the community and the students, they do not seem to give much priority or importance to education....

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Shree Saraswati Secondary School placed in Damargaun, Dang, was established in the year 2033 B.S. A huge plateau in the forest is called Damar in the local language, and old tales by the locals suggest that the village got its name Damargaun from there. A total of about 405 students are currently enrolled in the school in the academic year 77-78 B.S. Damargaun is across the Patukhola in the northern side form Tulsipur Bazar and the school is about 3.5 KM north of Tulsipur bus park. A monastery will lead you through on the way towards the school. A mixed community comprising of a ratio of Dalit, Janajati, and Brahmins and is approximately 2:3:5. The majority of the community is Hindu, while a smaller percentage of the community follows Buddhism and a few families follow Christianity. The total population in the area is about 9500. The roads are maintained well and a few are under construction and connected to Salyan as well. It hasn't been that long that students are ...

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