Durbar High School Extends The Seat Limit For Students

Reconstructed after the massive earthquake, Durbar High School extends seat limits of few classes.

Seat limit has been raised in the classrooms of the historic Durbar High School (Bhanu Secondary School) in Ranipokhari after the increase in the number of students.

Durbar High School has expanded its seating capacity to serve students in classes 5, 6, 7 and 8 as new students continue to be admitted. After the reconstruction, the school was able to accommodate 36 students per class. However, after the expansion 42 students can be kept per class.

The building historic Durbar High School, which is of great importance in the educational history of Nepal, was completely damaged after the earthquake of 2072 BS and was rebuilt by the aid from the Chinese government.

According to Paribeshman Bajracharya, a ward member of Kathmandu Metropolitan, At present, 312 students are studying in Bhanu Secondary School. The school had only 80 students in the previous academic session.

Although it was built using modern production materials after being extensively damaged by the earthquake, its appearance looks the same as before. The school building constructed on nine ropanis of land is of four-storey and has 60 classrooms.


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