This is where we teach students skills they need to transform themselves, others, and our global communities.

A government school is a type of educational institution that is funded and operated by the government. These schools are established to provide free or affordable education to students within a particular region or jurisdiction.

Government schools cater to students from various backgrounds, regardless of their socioeconomic status. They aim to provide equal educational opportunities to all children, regardless of their financial means or social standing.

These schools typically follow a standardized curriculum set by the government, which ensures that students receive a basic education in subjects such as mathematics, science, language arts, social studies, and physical education. The curriculum may vary slightly from one region to another, but it generally focuses on essential academic knowledge and skills.

Government schools are staffed by qualified teachers who are employed by the government. These teachers are responsible for delivering the curriculum, assessing students’ progress, and providing guidance and support. In some cases, government schools may also have additional support staff, such as counselors or special education teachers, to cater to the diverse needs of students.

School Management Committee

Janaki Roka

Position: President

School Management Committee

Hem Kumar Thapa

Position: Vice President  

School  Management  Committee

Mukunda Neupane

Position: Secretary

School  Management   Committee

Our Activities

Classroom Instruction: Classroom instruction forms the core of a school’s activities. Teachers deliver lessons and engage students in various subjects, such as math, science, language arts, social studies, and more.

Homework and Assignments: Students are often given homework and assignments to reinforce what they have learned in class and develop independent study skills.

Assessments and Examinations: Schools regularly assess student progress through tests, quizzes, projects, and examinations. These evaluations help gauge students’ understanding of the subjects and inform future instruction.

Extracurricular Activities: Schools may offer extracurricular activities such as sports, clubs, arts programs, music, drama, and more. These activities provide opportunities for students to explore their interests, develop talents, and engage in teamwork.

Physical Education: Physical education classes promote physical fitness and overall well-being. Students participate in various physical activities, sports, and exercises.

Field Trips: Schools may organize field trips to museums, parks, historical sites, or other educational destinations. Field trips provide hands-on learning experiences outside the classroom.