Adarsha Secondary School is one of the oldest schools in Nepal located in Biratnagar. Schools ensure quality education, institutional sustainability, and efficient & effective management. With an aim to be one of the leading institutions for general and technical education in Nepal with an excellent physical infrastructure. Adarsha Secondary school Biratnagar commits to providing quality education and producing skilled citizens for the country of Nepal.
The history of this school is very old and the modern education system evolved with the school itself. When the school was established there was no concept of higher studies in Nepal formally.
About Adarsha Secondary School Biratnagar
Name: Adarsha Secondary School
Establishment: 1986 B.S. | 1930 A.D
Address: Biratnagar-7, Morang, Pradesh 1, Nepal
Contact:021512647 | 9852074408
Email: [email protected]
Class: Secondary School
Stream: Science, Commerce & Management
- Science Lab
- Computer Lab
History of School
Adarsha School history is related to the then Chandra Shamsher & Bhim Samsher. Bhim Samsher gets his education from this school. Adarsha Secondary School is one of the second oldest schools in Nepal after Durbar high school. The school is established by Krishna Prasad Koirala father of B.P. Koirala in 1986 B.S. The main purpose to establish the school was for education to poor people of Nepal.
Initially, the education to students was given by Koirala Niwas itself. After some time food also started to serve to the students. At that time school was named The Juddha English High School. Today the school teaches students from class 1 to class 12 students. In the beginning, only boys students were allowed to study in the school later in 2034 girls were also allowed to study in this school.
The school is located at Morang-7, Biratnagar Nepal.