Scholarship Test for the Budhanilkantha School and Partnership Program: Notification and Information. A notice regarding the selection of scholarship applicants from poor communities for free or subsidized study from class 5 has just been published by Budhanilkantha School in Kathmandu and Marfdari Schools.

Notice Date: February 28, 2023

The Scholarship Test for the Budhanilkantha School is for students born between 2069/01/01 and 2070/12/30 that have attended public schools regularly and completed class 4 in the academic session 2079. The candidates will be chosen based on the written competitive examination and interview results in order of merit. Students interested in applying can do so by following the instructions below. The Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology has created the scholarship program.

Scholarship Test for the Budhanilkantha School and Partnership Program Notification and Information

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The total number of candidates for the scholarship is 42 seats, with 50% reserved for female students. There will be 40 pupils chosen, with up to one from each district. Students from the Adivasi Janajati, Dalit, Muslim, Madhesi, Tribal/Tribal, Backward Area, and Conflict Victim communities are given priority for the remaining 20 places. Two classes will be set aside for pupils from the municipality of Budhanilkanth.

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Submission of Form:

The candidates can download the online application from the site: or Forms must be filled out, approved, and validated before being sent to the district’s designated examination center with all required paperwork. The form must be submitted by Monday, December 27, 2079, between 1:00 and 4:00, and Tuesday, December 28, 2079, between 8:00 and 10:00. Before the exam, you can send scanned copies of the form and supporting papers to Still, you must present the originals in person at the testing location.

Written Examination Test:

The written test is set to begin at 11:00 am on Tuesday, December 28, 2079. Nepali, English, mathematics, science, social studies, and general knowledge are among the subjects included in the curriculum for Class 3 and Class 4. 40% of the exam will be objective, and 60% will be subjective.

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