Schools in sindhupalchowk
Shree Sipa Tindhara Janata Secondary School is a public school located in Bhotsipa, Indrawati rural municipality, Sindhupalchok. The school was established in the year 2004 B.S making it one of the oldest schools established in the district. About 16 teachers are currently teaching in the school. It is well- equipped with all the basic facilities like library, science lab and computer lab. They have around 190 students studying from ECD to grade 10. The community where the school is located is a Tamang community which makes majority i.e., 80% of the students are from Tamang community while other 20% are from Brahmin, Chhhetri and Dalit community. Mr Shyam Kumar Ramtel,is the principal of the school since last two years.
Shree Batase Secondary School was established in the year 2047 BS, It has 256 students enrolled. Batase is about six hours away from Kathmandu. You can catch a direct bus to Batase from Ratnapark. Melamchi is the closest market from Batase. The community consists of 99 % Tamangs and a 1% Dalit community. Most of the people are Buddhists and few are Hindus. Currently, Jyam Bahadur Tamang leads this secondary school. He has been serving as a teacher in the school for 27 years now. People mostly rely on agriculture for their everyday living. Network coverage is excellent in the region. The trend seen in this community is that at least one member from each family has migrated to gulf countries to earn the living for their family. The school’s infrastructure is recently been completed with buildings is built by the CARITAS organization. There are sufficient classrooms and furniture in the school and enough rooms to run the hostel as well. Along with a huge playground, the school has ...
Although close to a major city Kathmandu, Shree Kalika Chetana Secondary School is a representative school where TFN works in terms of availability of equipment and infrastructure inside classrooms. With few new buildings established during the academic year 2075-76 B.S., few classrooms need to be upgraded. Established in the year 2047 B.S., the total enrollment until 2076BS was 269 students till grade 10. While the school established a well-furnished computer lab, the school is in dire need of a science lab. It takes about four hours to reach the school from Kathmandu on a local bus that leaves at 3 PM from Dakshindhoka. The Kalika temple is the nearest popular landmark. The community comprises of Brahmins, Chhetris, the Janajats, marginal groups, and the Dalits.
Gunsa is about 22 Km from Melamchi. The community comprises mostly of Tamang families. The village lacks central line electricity, electricity is run through local hydro power. Bhotenamlang and Thangpakot are the nearest VDCs from Gunsa. The village has been severely damaged by the 2015 earthquake. The village holds the population of about 3500. SatKanya is the only Secondary school in the entire VDC; the school has been running till Grade 9 and will upgrade to Grade 10 from 2073.