Best Government School Of Nepal
There are More Than 1 thousand 2 hundred private schools in Kathmandu and two hundred and eighty five community schools. Out of 285, only a few schools are said to be the best in terms of competition with the private sector.
Due to the diligence and activism of the headmaster, teachers and parents, some schools are called best Government School.
Best Government School of valley
Ratna Rajya Higher Secondary School
Gyanodaya Higher Secondary School
Vishwaniketan Higher Secondary School
Gita Mata Higher Secondary School
Dallu Higher Secondary School
Mangloday Higher Secondary School
Vijay Smarak Higher Secondary School
Padmodaya Higher Secondary School
Janauddhar Higher Secondary School,
The pass percentage of secondary education examination in those schools is 96 to 100. Although most of the schools have conducted door-to-door programs for the enrollment of students from the first week of April, there has been a rush of students to study in such schools without any enrollment campaign. Due to which students have started taking entrance test for admission. The school is concerned about how to manage the students after attracting them.
Students will be admitted to these community schools, which will be taught in English medium like private schools, only after passing the entrance exam. "After a lot of students started coming, we have started taking entrance exams in the last few years," said Ratna Rajya School Principal Dr. Gita Kharel said, "Only those who pass the entrance exam are admitted in the school." The school has been conducting three classes from class one to seven and four additional classes from class eight to ten. He said that most of the students from private schools come to the school which has about 2100 students.
In order to make a good identity in the community school, many parents have chosen computer education, quiet environment and discipline from class 3 In Ratna Rajya . In Ratna Rajya, where tuition is completely free, 50 to 100 computer classes have been taken. At Gyanodaya Secondary School in Kalanki to attract students for the new academic session Started Entrance exam. School principal Natikaji Maharjan says that the school conducts entrance exams due to high pressure of students.
Gyanodaya, which is taught in English medium from class 1 to 10, is under pressure from the students as the quality of teaching is good. In Gyanodaya, there is more pressure of students in the upper class. Maharjan says that students have been coming from private schools since class 7. The school has been teaching civil engineering in class 9 last year. "Parents who can afford it pay three hundred rupees a month," he said. Is specified. School principal Januka Nepal says they will run a campaign to help the government enroll in schools. "We don't have to look for students in our school enrollment campaigns," she says. "We run enrollment campaigns in other schools to help the government."
Nilbarahi School, who is studying in English medium from class 1 to class 8, will study in class 9 next year. Former principal of Gyanodaya School, Dhananjay Sharma, who has been working for 20 years, says that the quality of education in the community can be improved if the headmaster and teachers work hard based on the suggestions received from the parents. Chandra Baniya, a public service vocational teacher of Kirtipur, said that the entrance test would help in the improvement of community schools.