List of schools in Nepal

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The following is a list of primary and secondary schools in the Asian country of Nepal. Tertiary schools are included in the separate list of universities and colleges in Nepal.

There are seventy-five districts of Nepal and this list is grouped alphabetically by district (along with a section on international schools located in Nepal). This list includes schools of international and national standard from various districts.[1]

International schools[edit]

The following are international schools, which have distance-learning centres in Nepal.

They are:

Banke District[edit]

Schools in the Banke District include:

Nepalgunj[edit]

Schools in city of Nepalgunj, Banke District, include:

Bardiya District[edit]

Schools in the Bardiya District include:

Bhaktapur District[edit]

Schools in the Bhaktapur District include:

Inside Bhaktapur municipality[edit]

Schools inside the city of Bhaktapur include:

Bhojpur District[edit]

Schools in the Bhojpur District include:

Dang District[edit]

Schools in the Dang District include:

Darchula District[edit]

Schools in the Darchula District include:

Dhading District[edit]

Schools in the Dhading District include:

Jhapa District[edit]

Schools in the Jhapa District include:

Kailali District[edit]

Schools in the Kailali District include:

Kanchanpur District[edit]

Schools in the Kanchanpur District include:

Kaski District[edit]

Schools in the Kaski District include:

  • {Shree Bhatati bhawan secondary school. Purunchour,kaski

Kavrepalanchok District[edit]

Schools in the Kavrepalanchok District include:

Lalitpur District[edit]

Schools in the Lalitpur District include:

  • Annal Jyoti Boarding School


Lalitpur District[edit]

Schools in the Lalitpur District include:

  • Bluebird English Secondary School

Mahottari District[edit]

Schools in Mahottari District include:

Morang District[edit]

Schools in the Morang District include

Myagdi District[edit]

Schools in the Myagdi District include:

Nawalparasi District[edit]

Schools in the Nawalparasi District include:

Panchthar District[edit]

Schools in the Panchthar District include:

Parsa District[edit]

Schools in the Parsa District include:

Ramechhap District[edit]

Schools in the Ramechhap District include:

Rautahat District[edit]

Schools in the Rautahat District include:

Sankhuwasabha District[edit]

Schools in the Sankhuwasabha District include:

Saptari District[edit]

Schools in the Saptari District include:

Sindhupalchowk District[edit]

Schools in the Sindhupalchowk District include:

Siraha District[edit]

Schools in the Siraha District include:

Sunsari District[edit]

Schools in the Sunsari District include:

Syangja District[edit]

Schools in the Syangja District include:

Tanahun District[edit]

Schools in the Tanahun District include:

Terhathum District[edit]

Schools in the Terhathum District include:

See also[edit]


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-06-28. Retrieved 2015-06-28..
  2. ^ "West Zone School - Nepalgunj".
  3. ^ "Golden Gate English Secondary School - A Complete School at Everyone's Reach!".
  4. ^ "SOS Hermann Geminer School Sanothimi - SOS Children's Villages India".
  5. ^ "coYon".
  6. ^ "Edusanjal".
  7. ^ "Destruction Caused by Earthquake in SCHSS Primary Wing".
  8. ^ ges.edu.np Gaindakot English School
  9. ^ "Education".
  10. ^ Staff (undated). "Regional Schools". Nepal Police School. Retrieved 8 November 2016.
  11. ^ "Sharda English Secondary Boarding School – "Let's Remember Sharda for the Conceptual Study"".
  12. ^ Staff (undated). "Details of School Performance in S.L.C. Examination (Regular) – 2063 B.S. (2007 A.D.) (PDF format). p. 41. Office of Controller of Examinations (established under the Nepal Ministry of Education). Retrieved 10 November 2016.
  13. ^ Godawari Vidhya Mandir
  14. ^ "Sushma Godawari College, Itahari. BSC SCIT TU, BBS, +2 Programs, Diploma in Civil and Computer Engineering".
  15. ^ "Sungabha School - Dharan Nepal".
  16. ^ Staff (undated). "Regional Schools". Nepal Police School. Retrieved 8 November 2016.

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