The Bahrabise Municipality has announced that lunches will be provided for free to students in grades 8 through 12. Furthermore, it has been stated that there will be no fees up till class 12.

Notice Date: December 23, 2022

Previously serving classrooms up to six, the Bahrabise Municipality in Sindhupalchok will soon offer classes up to eight. The mayor of the municipality, Balkrishna Basnet, asserts that 54 schools there have started offering free lunches and education.

The Bahrabise Municipality has declared that students in classes 8 through 12 will receive free lunches.

No fees are associated with the 6,700 students registered for the municipality’s current academic year. Mayor Basnet asserted that he would punish any schools that did so. After the city had provided the secondary schools with all of the necessary instructional tools, he claimed, they wouldn’t be able to charge the students. The town will pay the additional expenses for lunchtime meals, test fees, and the science faculty’s labs. A $26,000,000 budget has been allocated to it.

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According to Binod Karki, head of the municipality’s education division, the Bahrbise municipality has started implementing it this year to the educational requirements specified in the Nepalese constitution. After the city had provided the secondary schools with all of the necessary educational resources, he claimed, they wouldn’t be able to charge the students. The town will pay the additional expenses for lunchtime meals, test fees, and the science faculty’s labs. A $26,000,000 budget has been allocated to it.

Bahrabise Municipality

One of the 276 municipalities in the nation, Bahrvise, is located in Sindhupalchaek’s district three. In Sindhupalchaek, there are just 12 local levels. Jugal Rural Municipality of Sindhupalchaek borders it on the east; Bhatekeshi Rural Municipality borders it on the north, and Tripurasundari and Balefi Rural Municipalities border it on the south. According to the standards of the Himalayan municipality, this city, which includes numerous hilly hills and peaks, is a municipality. The Bhatekeshi River gives its natural identity at the base of the wards distributed on both sides and the Arnica highway that connects Nepal and China. It has numerous historical ties to the interactions between Tibet and Nepal at various times.

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