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Once you reach the Tulsipur bus park, take an auto to Balapur, and about 100 meters towards the road heading north, you will reach Balapur Chowk where Secondary School Balapur is located. 90% of the population residing near the school come from the Tharu community and Maghi is one of the most celebrated festivals in this community. With about 500 students today, the school was established in 2034 BS with less than 100 students. Agriculture is the main source of income and livelihood for the majority of the population. The school closes during the rainy season as the student as well are the helping hands to their family members during the busy season. Talking about the resources in the school, it has two standard playgrounds where students mostly spend their time during their lunch hour and leisure time after school hours. There are enough classroom and adequate space for expansion. The number of students getting enrolled in the senior classes has significantly increased every y...

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Ambeshwai Secondary School was established in 2027B.S. It is located 347kms from Kathmandu, in Tulsipur, Dang. The village is sparsely populated. The majority of the people belong to the Dalit ethnicity with 50% of the population being from the Tharu community. You will find few Brahmins, Chhetris, and some Janajati families. Here, people are highly affected by the Maoist insurgency of 2059B.S. (1971 A.D). Many people were killed, and many lost their families and relatives during the insurgency. Ambeshwari Secondary School has computer labs with 8 computers but only 1 computer is in good condition. Network connectivity and internet access are also very poor in the area, one can rarely find any network connection in their phone. The majority of people of the community are illiterate, leaving very less role models for the students to look up to. Due to the lack of proper connectivity, this community feels a little isolated from most of the worldly issues. The school has a big ...

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Janajyoti Secondary School

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Setidevi Secondary School

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Shree Nepal National Higher Secondary School, Nichuta, located in the metropolitan city of Birgunj, was established in the year 2021 BS. The people in the community live harmoniously despite the heterogeneity of religions followed since 65% of people follow Hinduism while the others follow Islam. Being nearby the Birgunj bazaar, the total number of students was more than 1000 in the academic year 2075 – 2076 BS and is estimated to increase next year as well. With the significant increment of the number of students, the school has become technology savvy by installing WIFI facilities in the school premises. They aim to set up smart boards in the school to approach animated and visual ways of learning and teaching. The school also has a well-equipped and resourceful library, science and computer laboratories. However, the computer lacks a projector in the computer lab. As a part of physical growth for students, the school has a huge playground with sports materials. The ground i...

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Bhotang is about 25 Km from Melamchi. Hylmo, Tamang and Dalit families live in the community. Bhotang is also the route for famous religious and tourism destination “Panch Pokhari”. Bhotang Secondary School is the only Secondary school in the entire VDC. The total population of the village is 4500. There are 11 teachers in total. There is no facility of library or Science lab.

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Narayani Higher Secondary School was established in 2020 BS (1963 AD) as a primary school and was later upgraded as a higher secondary school. Currently, 320 students (171 boys and 149 girls) are studying in the school’s ECD to Grade 12. 3 TFN Fellows, Anjana Pokhrel, Rabindra Dangol and Rusha Adhikari have been teaching there since 2015 AD. Besides, 2 Office Assistants, 1 ECD teacher and 12 permanent teachers are providing their services. The SLC Pass Percentage in 2014 AD was 86.66%. The community has people from backgrounds like Brahmins, Chhetris, Magars and Tamangs and very few are Dalits. They follow Hinduism, Buddhism and also Christianity. People are mostly engaged in farming and small scale local businesses and some are into foreign employment. Crops like paddy, maize, wheat, barley, millet and beans are grown. The students have to walk for about 3 hours to attend the classes. There is no hostel facility. Located in Gimdi VDC in the south of Lalitpur, the sc...

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Tulasi Prasad Dhodari, a resident of Katuwa in South Lalitpur, had great interests in politics. He was a Pradhanpancha during Panchayat System in Nepal. During a local election in his village, his nomination was unlisted and his opposition leaders tried to cheat on him because he was not educated. This incident made him want to open a school in his village so that children there would be educated and wouldn’t have to face domination from others like he did. That’s what led to the establishment of Janak Secondary School (initially named Katuwa Primary School) in 1973 AD. With the increasing number of students, the school was upgraded as Lower Secondary School in 2033 BS (1976 AD) and Secondary School in 2068 BS (2011 AD). Students from different ethnic backgrounds including Brahmin, Chhetri, Tamang, Magar and Dalits are enrolled in the school’s ECD classes to Grade 10. Some of the students walk for 3 hours to come to school as there is no hostel for the students. The families of...

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Janajagriti Higher Secondary School is located at Ikudole VDC in Lalitpur. A health post is bordered at the school and another nearest health service available for the community members is Primary Health Centre which is located at Bhattedanda. To reach the center having 24 hours doctors’ service, one has to walk for 2 hours. For education services apart from the school, there is Buddha Bihar on two hours’ uphill walking distance. The nearest police station is in 2.5 hours’ walking distance at Chhapeli, Bhattedanda. Mostly NTC and NCell networks are available. There are no big factories/ industries set up in the vicinity but one Hydroelectricity project is under construction. Most of the people in the village are using piped drinking water which comes from different small resources. The school was established in 2035 BS (1978 AD). A total of 191 students are studying there from ECD to Grade 12. TFN Fellows have been teaching in the school since 2013 AD and Sabin Maharjan and Suraj...

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The students of Shree Secondary School in Mithileshwor Mauwahi of Dhanusha district are very lucky to have their school located near a beautiful huge pond. The presence of the pond has made the school’s environment very pleasant and peaceful. Boladatta Kayastha had initiated and established the school in 2019 BS (1962 AD). Only lower secondary classes were run during the start and the school was upgraded as a secondary school only in 2008 AD. With majority of the students being girls, the school runs classes till Grade 10. A total of over 1300 students (600 boys and 700 girls) are studying there. In 2014, 215 students appeared in the SLC examinations but only 125 students passed. Over 300 children are enrolled in school each year. The literacy rate is around 40-45%. Students are involved in the Child Club. PTA and SMC haven’t been established yet. Mostly Hindus and Muslim reside in the vicinity and students cycle for 30-40 minutes to attend the classes. There is no hostel faci...

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