Schools in tanahun

Janakalyan Secondary School has been providing free education to the students since 2044 B.S. (1987 A.D). To reach the school, one can take a bus from Kathmandu to Pokhara, get off at Damauli and travel 24kms in local transport to Belchautara. Belchautara is believed to have been named after a temple that is under a Bel tree. The community consists of people from various ethnic groups living together in harmony - Gurungs and Magars being the common people living in this community. As the school is located near the Prithivi Highway, there are plenty of facilities available in the local area. There are good network services and internet connection. The school has facilities like a school bus, science lab, and computer lab. The school has now incorporated the use of multimedia in the classroom for a better understanding of the subjects. Although the infrastructure of the school is good, a lack of extracurricular activities and sports equipment is seen. Tanahun is a very hot and humid …

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Named after Queen Ratna Rajya Lakshmi Devi Shah, Shree Ratna secondary School was established around 2015 B.S. The school was established after the Queen visited Manpang and surrounding areas and saw the need for a school there, so children from surrounding areas can have access to education without having to travel from very distant places. The school is about 165 km from Kathmandu. The population in the community is about 150-200 people. The majority of people in the community are Gurung, making up about 50% of the population. 25% of the population are Magars and the rest of the 25% is a mix of other castes, mainly Janjati/ Dalit. The majority of the people are Buddhists and Hindus with some Christians. Shree Ratna Secondary School is the only secondary school in Maygde-6. Students travel from villages as far as three hours away to study here. There used to be a high population of about 500 to 600 students in this school before. However, the number of students has decreased to 1…

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Shree Saraswoti Namuna School lies in Khairenitar, Tanahun. The legend here is that due to the area’s geography, a resident named this place Khairenitar. It is the oldest school in the community. The school recently celebrated its 61st year of establishment day. The school has a total of 350 students enrolled in the current academic year. It takes about six hours to reach this school if we catch the local bus from Kathmandu. The most convenient way to reach the school is to take a bus to Pokhara and asked to be dropped in Khairenitar. The school lies near the highway of Pokhara - a 45 minute’s drive from Damauli and about an hour from Pokhara. A mixed community with bout 60% of the community is Brahmin, whereas the rest 40% includes Dalit and Janajatsi. But, in terms of the school scenario, there are about 70% of students come from the Dalit community, 20% from Janajati, and 10% from the Brahmin community. A small community with only about 500 members is located within the…

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