Schools in dhanusha

School in Dhanuas

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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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School of Dhanusa

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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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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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Located in Kajra Ramaul of Mithilabihari Municipality in Dhanusha District, Shree Janata Secondary School was established in 2008 B.S. There are 21 teachers for 1000 students enrolled in the school from ECD to Class 12. Every year, 15% of students on average have been dropping out from the entire school. TFN Fellows have been teaching there since 2019 A.D. Trishna Kandel and Niraj Kumar Mishra are the current Fellows teaching English and Maths respectively. The literacy rate of the area is less than 40%. Regarding the infrastructure, a playground is there for children to play outdoor games. A library, a science lab, and a computer lab have been constructed. The computer lab is equipped with 10 computers. The classrooms don’t have enough desks/benches for the students that are why the school is running on two shifts. Nepali and Maithili are used for communication in the school. SMC and PTA are functioning actively. Students belong to families who follow Hinduism and Islam. The...

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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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