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School in Lamjung

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Shree Tribhuwan Secondary School was established in the year 2024 B.S. The total number of students in the academic year 2075 - 2076 BS in the school is 232. The school has facilities for the overall development of the students. For example; the school recently established a new computer lab with 24 desktops along with six laptops and a smart board. The school also has a well established library with more than 5000 books. The school is well equipped with a science lab to facilitate practical learning and a newly made large playground. In addition, an earthquake-resistant building is also under construction. Furthermore, the students are ambitious and they have dreams of sustaining their lives as armies, football players, or nurses in the future. However, the school has a limited exposure for its students despite their interests and talent in areas like arts, debate, poetry, public speaking and so on. Even though there are three separate toilets for teachers along with male and ...

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Shree Amar Secondary school, established in 2024 BS, lies in the Marsyangdi rural municipality of Lamjung district of Nepal. The community is harmonious which comprises Gurungs, Tamangs, and Dalits. The Gurung language, Nepali and the Tamnag language is spoken here. Lhosar, Dashain, and Tihar are the major festivals celebrated here. It is also in the process of development and urbanization. The usage of Wi-Fi is also escalating for both official and personal purposes. Nepal Telecom service is dominant in the area than NCELL. The area is known as the land of a national hero Bhakti Thapa and the school itself is named after a national hero, Amar Singh Thapa. One of the most prominent festivals of the community, Ekadasi, and its Mela is held in the school premises. Since the community is the rapid pace of urbanization, the infrastructures of the school are also well-equipped and managed properly. It has a big playground and a small assembly ground as well. There are 8 buildings inc...

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Shree Prabhat Shantipura Secondary School, locally referred to as Badagaun school, was established in the year 2012 BS. The school is Besisahar which is located 175.8km away from the capital Kathmandu, however, the school is half an hour walk from Besisahar. In order to reach the school, one must walk straight along the way from Manage Chautara to Besisahar until you reach the first suspension bridge at the right side of the road. Then, after crossing the bridge take a left turn towards the road leading straight to the school. Besisahar Belauti Bisauna is one of the recognized landmarks where about 50% of Gurung, 30% of Dalit, and 20% of Brahmin families reside in the community. Furthermore, the school is timely funded by the community, however, it was founded by Purna Bahadur Gurung in the name of his two wives Prabha and Shanti. He combined the names of his wives and named the school as Prabhat Shantipura school. The school has facilities such as science and computer laborator...

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Mahendradev Secondary School

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Chandroday Secondary School

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Shree Sirjanshil Basic School was established in the year 2047 B.S. It is still the only basic school for the 4 to 5 nearby villages so children from different communities walk for about 1 to 2 hours to reach the school. A total of 106 students are currently enrolled in the school however, absenteeism is uncommon because the students are disciplined and eager to learn. The school is one-storeyed building which was partially destroyed by the earthquake. Talking about the classrooms of the school, the primary classes in grades 2-5 are not entirely partitioned which disturb the classes and distract the students. Furthermore, there is a scarcity of desks and benches in the classes. There are no separate toilets for males and females rather they have to share the same toilet with no proper lock system. Additionally, the school compound is not secure because it does not have fences. The people in the community are welcoming and culture driven. The community comprises 99.9% Gurung fami...

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