Schools in sindhupalchowk

Setidevi Secondary School

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Bhimeshwari Secondary School Indrawati Rural Municipality Bhimtar

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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.

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Thangpalkot is about 23 Km from Melamchi. People of Tamang, Hyolmo, Dalit and Brahmin/Chhetri ethnicities live in the area. It has above 700 households with around 3500 population. Most of the people in the village are engaged in agriculture. There is also a trend of young people going abroad for employment. Thangpalkot is about 1700 m above sea level and has moderate climate. Thankpalkot was severely affected by the 2015 earthquake.

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Shree Ram Devi Secondary School is located at a scenic place called Jalkeni, Chautara Sangachokgadhi Municipality‐10, Sindhupalchowk. The eastern side of the school is covered with forests, in western side, there is Harre Hills, in a Northern side is Dolalghat – Chautara Road and southern side gives a view of Bimreni Village. Started off in 2018 BS (1961 AD) as a primary level school, it ran classes from Grade 1 to 5 till 2029 BS (1972 AD). In 2068 BS (2011 AD) it got a license to run up to class 10. 16 Teachers including TFN Fellows are teaching in the school. The SLC pass percent has been 94%, 53.33%, 37.5%, 62.96% and 29.16% in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 AD respectively. Regarding the school’s infrastructure, there are 12 classrooms, 4 toilets, and 8 computers. There are over 350 students enrolled there and they belong to Tamang, Hindu and Buddhist families. Most of the parents are dependent on farming and many have gone to the Gulf countries for employment. ...

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Shree Janabikas Secondary School is located in Nursery, Sangachok-09, Sindupalchok, which is over 68 km away from Kathmandu. It was established in 2032 BS (1975 AD). 6 primary, 2 secondary and 4 lower secondary level teachers, 2 non-teaching staff and 3 Teach For Nepal Fellows are working at the school. Initially, the school ran classes from Grade 1 to 3. It was upgraded as a lower secondary school in 2054 BS (1997 AD) and after 10 years it finally started conducting classes up to Grade 10. Students appeared in the SLC Examinations in the year 2065 BS for the first time. A total of over 230 students is enrolled in the school currently. Students belong mostly to Brahmin families and many are Dalits and Janajaati, too. The family members work as farmers, migrant workers or laborers for earning their living. After the devastating earthquake, the school building was completely destroyed. Hence, the school had to demolish its two stories building. Fortunately, the half of the...

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Six students of Shree Kundala Devi Secondary School unfortunately lost their lives in the April 2015 earthquake. The school saw major damages in its infrastructures, too. More than 6 classrooms are in dire conditions because of the earthquake and 2 computers have also been damaged. 6 TLCs have been built. It has got support for reconstructing the building by Nepalhilfe Beilngries and Tukki Sangh and Help Germany are also helping the school to resettle. Located in the Chautara Sangachokgadhi Municipality-13, the school started off in 2045 BS (1988 AD) with just one classroom; Grade 1. Only one Teacher named Dinesh Bahadur K.C. used to teach. It was upgraded as a secondary school only in 2011 AD under the chairmanship of Rohinikanta Khanal. The school has had to face a lot of difficulties regarding finances, infrastructural development and teachers’ shortage in the past. Now, about 336 students are studying in the school. A total of 16 teachers are working at the school currently. ...

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Students walk up to 2 hours to attend their classes at Terse Higher Secondary School located in Ward no. 8 of Melamchi Municipality in Sindhupalchowk. With a capacity to accommodate over 100 students, tent-based hostel facility is being arranged for the students in need. Established in 2047 BS (1990 AD), the school had no concrete building and temporary classrooms were made using local raw materials in the initial phase. ActionAid Nepal had helped them construct a six-roomed building. It ran primary level classes for 13 years and was eventually upgraded as a higher secondary school in 2014 AD. There are 610 students (294 boys and 316 girls) studying there currently. 30 out of 570 students dropped out in 2070 BS (2013 AD) while 36 out of 623 students dropped out the next year. A total of 23 teachers (12 male and 11 female) are teaching in the school. TFN Fellows have been teaching there since 2014 AD. SMC and PTA both are functioning properly at the school. The stud...

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Nawalpur Secondary School in Nawalpur VDC has the highest number of students in the region and female students outnumber the boys. 54 km away from Kathmandu and easily accessible by public bus, the school owns a hill and a forest of its own. Suryaman Talchabhadel initiated the school’s operation in 1949 AD. Back then, general knowledge on writing and calculations were imparted on the children. The school was upgraded gradually and it became a Secondary School in 2009 AD. When it comes to the population composition, most of the people in the community are followers of Buddhism and Hinduism. Most of them are engaged in agriculture. The school enrollment rate among children is 96% and literacy rate is 90%. Students have to walk up to 4 hours to reach the school. 462 students (243 girls and 219 boys) are studying currently in ECD to Grade 10. TFN Fellows have been placed here since 2014 AD and 3 Fellows are teaching. The SLC Pass Percentage in 2014 AD was 32%. A total of...

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In Giranchaur, 15 or so children used to gather under a tree with their slate boards to get education from Mr Krishna Prasad Nepal. That was how Mahakali Secondary School started off in 2031 BS (1974 AD). The school was named after Goddess Mahakali, who is worshipped by the villagers belonging to Tamang and Brahmin communities. With generous financial support from the communities, the school was upgraded into lower secondary level. After a few years of financial struggles, the school had enough number of teachers and it decided to provide education till Grade 10. The first batch of students (20 students) appeared the SLC examinations in 2068 BS (2011 AD). Currently, 230 students are studying in the school. A total of 14 teachers are involved. 3 TFN Fellows have been placed since 2071 BS (2014 AD) and because of their teaching in the school all the students passed in 2014’s SLC examinations. SMC and PTA are actively functioning. Most of the students are from the village its...

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