Schools in lalitpur

Shree Udaya Kharka Secondary School has been receiving a lot of support from many institutions as well the local community. First of all, it is located in a good neighborhood; people provide stationaries and school uniforms for the children. Rotary Club and Looniva have been supporting with cash, Splash helps with drinking water, Prayas Nepal also provides cash and INSEC and CWISH Nepal help the school will awareness programs. Established in 2017 BS (1960 AD) as a primary school under the initiation of the local people, the school is located in Chapagau. It was upgraded as a secondary school in 2053 BS (1996 AD). A total of 301 students are in ECD to Class 10 and the Drop-out rate is 2%. TFN Fellows have been teaching there since 2013 AD and two fellows are teaching at the moment. The SLC pass percentage in 2071 BS was 55%. Major ethnicity/caste in the school are Tamang (50%), followed by Nagarkoti (25%), Brahmin/Chettri (15%), lower caste (9%) and others (1%). A...

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Most of the students of Siddhi Mangal Higher Secondary School come from families that have agriculture and foreign employment as their major source of livelihood. Some people are engaged in brick kiln and labor work. When the school was established in 2012 BS (1955 AD), there were no schools in the area. The residents, particularly Nemkul (one of the major castes of Siddhiphur), established the school and it initially served up to primary level only. Currently, 349 students (150 boys and 199 girls) are enrolled in ECD to Grade 12. TFN Fellows have been teaching here since 2013 AD and current fellows are Rojee Maharjan and Sagendra Man Shrestha. In 2014 AD’s SLC, the Pass Percentage was 63.64%. 29 out of 311 students dropped out last year. A total of 27 teachers are involved at the school including 2 TFN Fellows. Out of these, 17 are permanent teachers, 4 temporary, 2 Relief Quota teachers and 2 for ECD. The school gets its funding from DDC and DEO. Drinking water and toilet fac...

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One of the oldest schools in Lalitpur district, Shree Mahalaxmi Higher Secondary School was founded in 1947 AD by Padma Shamsher in the name of Mahalaxmi Padma Vidhyashram during the Rana reign. After the restoration of democracy in 1951 AD, it was named Mahalaxmi Primary School. It was upgraded into High School in 1966 AD. Affiliated with Higher Secondary Education Board in 2004 AD, it runs Humanities, Management and Education disciplines in plus two programs. Located in a place called Lubhoo in Mahalaxmi Municipality, the school falls under Mahalaxmi Resource Centre which is also placed and run in the same school building. There are eight community and nine private schools associated with this Resource Centre. A total of 440 students (210 boys and 230 girls) are studying in the school’s ECD to Grade 12. It has been running classes in English medium since 2011 AD. There are 29 teachers with two non-teaching staffs. TFN Fellows have been teaching there since 2013 AD. Li...

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After democracy was instated in the nation, many schools and formal educational institutions started gaining their pace. In Dukuchhap Village of Lalitpur too, the case was the same. Some local people in the village in 2016 BS (1959 AD) started tutoring children in Mr Lok Bahadur Pokharel’s house. Because of the frequent requests from the District Education Directorate of Lalitpur, Shree Ganesh Secondary School was established. Named after a Shree Ganesh Temple, the school’s classes were held at the founder Principal Mr. Mayurdhoj Pokharel’s house and later got a new space. With the funding from the VDC, the school started its secondary level since 2064 BS (2007 AD). Initially, only one teacher taught at the school. Now there are 18 staffs, 17 teachers and 1 Office Assistant. Electricity, mobile phone, toilet and drinking water facilities are available. There is also a brick factory in the area. The school possesses 9 computers but not all of them are in proper condition. Due t...

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Shree Buddha Secondary School started off in a small hut in Burunchuli (Devichaur VDC) near a gumba in 2017 BS (1960 AD). Initially, it served only up to Grade 3. The school was later shifted near Tikabhairav temple and it became a lower secondary school in 2052 BS (1995 AD). Four batches have passed their SLC so far. A total of 403 students (199 boys and 204 girls) are studying currently in ECD to Grade 10. TFN Fellows started teaching since 2013 AD and 3 fellows are teaching now. SLC Pass Percentage in 2071 BS was 81.81%. Student dropout rate is about 15 per year. Students walk for more than an hour to commute to school and there is no hostel facility. Students from places like Lapse, Sikharpa, Tikabhairav and Faidole come to study. They belong to Nagarkoti, Tamang and Newar communities. Few are Dalits (4%) and few are from other marginalized groups. Most of the people are Buddhist and Hindus and few are Christians. People earn their livelihoods with farming (vegetables,...

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Located in Manikhel amidst beautiful high hills and low valleys, Shree Buddha Bhagawan Secondary School has a very lovely environment for children to study. Away from urbanization and pollution, one can enjoy fresh air and clean drinking water there. This VDC with around 90% literacy rate has nearly 331 houses and is 40 km away from the Headquarter of Lalitpur. The school was named as Shree Buddha Bhagawan because most of the people who served the school followed Buddhism. It was established in 2020 BS (1963 AD) by a group of social workers including Mr. Huddharaj Timalsina, Mr. Prithvibilas Dahal and Mr. Chandra Bahadur Lama along with the help of local leaders. The first principal was Mr. Padma Bahadur Lama. Initially, the classes were conducted in Mr. Krishna Bahadur Singar’s private home and later in Krishna Prasad Timalsina’s house till 2026 BS (1969 AD). The management had to face many ups and downs and took another 8 more years to get its own building. By the end of 2057 B...

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Initially, the students of Shree Bhimsen Adarsha Secondary School at Burunchuli of Devichaur VDC in Lalitpur used to study in an environment that was like an ancient gurukul. Some educated youths had initiated the school and the classes, with 35 students, were conducted under a Simal tree. That was back in 2042 BS (1985 AD). After 6 years, classes up to Grade 5 were conducted. In 2064 BS (2007 AD), it was upgraded as secondary school. Currently, 320 students are enrolled from ECD to Cass 10, and 6 SLC batch students have completed their schooling from there so far. A student even scored distinction in 2011 AD. TFN Fellows have been placed in the school since 2015 and 2 fellows are teaching currently and there are 17 other teachers. The SLC Pass Percentage of the school in 2071 BS (2014 AD) was 66.67%. Most of the students of this school are from Burunchuli and more than 95 per cent are Tamangs. They primarily follow Buddhism but most of them celebrate both Hindu and Bu...

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Shree Bagh Bhairab Higher Secondary School was established with aspirations that children living in the Chaughare VDC of Lalitpur would get exposed to different career options rather than just going for primitive farming. The school, started in 2017 BS (1960 AD), served till Grade 1 initially. It took about 52 years to extend the classrooms to Grade 10. Currently, 219 students (99 Girls and 120 boys) are studying there. The School enrollment rate among children is about 95% but school dropout rate among school students before primary level is high (about 55%). The total number of teachers is 12 among which 5 are female and 7 are male teachers. Two of them are TFN Fellows. Mostly Tamangs (98%) live in the VDC while the rest 2% are Newars and Chhetris. Farming is the major livelihood source. People cultivate vegetables such as cabbage, potato, tomato, radish and pumpkin in the green hills and they are transported to Chapagaon vegetable market for sales. Students walk for 10 minu...

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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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Established in 2054 BS (1996 AD) by a group of enthusiastic youths, Jyotidaya Co­operative Secondary School is managed by a council with representations of teachers, community members and former and current students. The school first started with the pre­primary level and then gradually moved toward secondary level. It has had to face several financial crises in the past as there is no government funding and the fee structure isn’t too high either. However, looking at its current pace, the school is likely to be upgraded as a high school soon. 294 students (140 boys and 154 girls) are enrolled from ECD to Grade 10. The students come from diverse ethnic backgrounds including Newars, Brahmin, Chettri, Tamang and others. 90% of the population constitutes of Newars. Agriculture and Foreign employment are the major sources of income for the people and most of them are engaged in mushroom farming. 8 male and 14 female teachers are there. 5 of them are part­time teachers....

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