Innovations in teaching and learning through contextualized approaches to increase the quality, relevance and sustainability of education in Nepal.
March 12, 2020
Shree Saraswoti Primary School was established in 2048-2049 B.S. The school was built through the fund raised during Deusi-Bhailo. Local community people (parents) helped to build the school by cutting bamboos, build temporary houses, roofs and fences. The parents have active participation in the construction of the school. The school was built using local resources The school has library, office and toilets for school purpose. Now the school also has computers and printer that was donated by KUSOED.
The school has four buildings in 13 ropani of land. There are 6 classrooms, one non-teaching and one storage room. The classrooms are spacious, bright, well-ventilated and has a dustbin. There are 4 female and 3 male teachers and one supporting staff. In the year 2018, the total number of students was 98 with 49 male and 49 female students.
The school has a playground that is sufficient for students to assemble and play games. There is a temporary fencing around the school. In the year 2018, the school provided scholarships to 48 female students.
Last year, Rupantaran initiated eye and ear check which was facilitated by Dhulikhel hospital. Rupantaran would like to thank Dhulikhel hospital and Dr. Angira Shrestha and her team.