Schools in dhanusha

School in Dhanusa

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The women of Sohani Mujhelia in Dhanusha district have been deprived of many opportunities. Firstly, early marriage is very popular in the community. When girls are married off, they drop out of their schools; they don’t even study till Grade 10 to prepare for SLC examinations. Due to the lack of proper education and skills, they cannot pursue any job so they have to be compelled to live their life at the mercy of their husbands. Another social issue is dowry system. Since it has been the tradition that the more educated a girl is, the more dowries her parents need to provide for the equally qualified bridegroom, parents don’t allow their daughters to pursue higher education. However, this scenario is changing and number of girls is increasing in schools lately. Same is the case with Shree Secondary School, too. Ram Swaroop and Ram Sagar initiated the establishment of the school in 2014 BS (1957 AD) so that children of low income group would also get access to education. Classe...

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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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Having over 3,000 households in the catchment area, Shree Higher Secondary School is located 6 km east from Janakpur in a place called Baghchauda. It was established in 2019 BS (1962 AD) as a primary school and started running higher level classes later. A total of 1,200 students (540 boys and 660 girls) are studying in the school’s ECD classes to Grade 12 currently. TFN Fellows were first placed in the school in 2015 AD and three Fellows- Basant Mote, Parbati Shrestha and Sami Manandhar- are there at present. 16 teachers are teaching there at present. School enrollment rate among children in the area is 90% while dropout rate has been 30%. Literacy rate is over 10% and the SLC Pass Percentage of 2071 BS (2014 AD) was just 15%. Maithali and Nepali are mainly used for communication. There is SMC as well as PTA in the school. Over 80% people in the vicinity follow Hinduism while 20% are Muslims. People are mostly into foreign employment, agriculture or business for earning the...

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There are 771 students studying in Saraswati Secondary School at present. Only 17 students out of 54 who appeared in the SLC Examinations passed in 2014 AD. The average student dropout rate of the school is 54%. Students have to walk up to 45 minutes or cycle for 25 minutes to reach the school. SMC and PTA have been functioning well. Maithili is mostly used for communication in the school. Located in Katrait in Dhanusha, the school was established in 2019 BS (1962 AD). It ran classes from 1 to 3 at first but was eventually upgraded as a secondary school in 2011 AD. TFN Fellows have been placed there since 2015 AD. Ashish Shrestha, Gopal Jha, Kedar Pd. Bhandari, Madhavi Upadhyaya, Narayan Adhikari and Niharika Mainali are the current 6 Fellows. To reach the school from Kathmandu, you can take a bus/flight to Janakpur which is 253 km away. Local transportation is available from there. For health facilities¸ people go to the only health post available in the area, which does...

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Located in Belhi Rajaul of Janakpur Municipality in Dhanusha District, Janata Secondary School was established in 1979 AD. There are 25 teachers for 500 students enrolled in the school from ECD to Class 10. 5 students on average have been dropping out from each class yearly. TFN Fellows have been teaching there since 2015 AD and Aastha Bhattarai, Nikita Thapaliya and Milan Dahal are the current Fellows. The literacy rate of the area is less than 40%. No. of students appearing in the SLC Examinations in 2011 AD, 2012 AD, 2013 AD and 2014 AD and the pass percentage: Year No. of students who appeared in the SLC examinations No. of students who passed 2068 BS (2011 AD) 37 14 2069 BS (2012 AD) 40 16 2070 BS (2013 AD) 43 11 2071 BS (2014 AD) 43 17 Separate toilets are available for male and female students and teachers. A playground is there for children to play outdoor games. Library and Science Lab and Math Lab haven’t been constructed yet. There is a computer lab with...

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Having an estimated annual budget of over Rs 85 lakhs, Rajeshwor Nidhi Higher Secondary School has currently been providing education to 1,335 students (52% boys and 48% girls). The school located in Ward no. 2 of Nagrain VDC in Dhanusha district was established under the initiation of Rajeshwor Nidhi in 2005 BS (1948 AD). It initially ran classes from Grade 1 to 5 and was upgraded as a lower secondary school after 10 years. In 1963 AD, the school started running secondary level classes and was upgraded as a higher secondary school only in 2007 AD. 8 villages fall under the catchment areas of the school. Maithili is used as the primary medium of instructions. Children are involved in the school’s Child club. SMC and PTA have not been established yet. 3 TFN Fellows have been teaching at the school since 2015 AD. A total of 36 teachers (28 male and 8 female) are teaching currently. The school’s SLC pass percentage in 2014 was 35% while the literacy rate in the area is 80%. ...

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