Bhanubhakta Memorial School

Bhanubhakta Memorial School

Panipokhari , Kathmandu

Katak Bahadur Shrestha

Chief Trustee

Mr. Shrestha is visionary philanthropist and educationist who has been involved in Bhanubhakta since four decades. He has been a guiding force behind the very success story of our instituition. Under his able administrative guidance our school has achieved a lot.

Bhanubhakta Memorial School boasts a rich history of academic excellence spanning more than half a century. The school has a proven track record pf academic success and continues to build on its tradition of imparting quali... See More

Prem Bahadur Shrestha Ranjit


An engineer by the profession but feels proud being an alumni of Bhanubhakta. He has been actively praticipating in various development programs in Bhanubhakta, and one of the front runners in introducing various social and academic programs in our school. As the Chairman of Bhanubhakta, he has built a lot of positive rapport with ex-students of Bhanubhakta as well as various dignitaries.

For children, school is the second most important place after home in their life where they gai... See More

Bom Bahadur Moktan


Mr. Moktan has been a teacher in the school for more than three decades. He track record as a teacher and as an administrator is excellent. Under his able leadership, our school is heading into proper direction, thanks to his hardwork, enthusiasm, and vision.

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Panipokhari , Kathmandu


About Us

Bhanubhakta Memorial School


Bhanu Bhakta Memorial Higher Secondary School is a pioneer school in the Kathmandu Valley , located at Panipokhari, Kathmandu , opposite to the Japanese Embassy, Nepal,it was established in 1967 to the blessed memory of the pioneer poet late Bhanubhakta Acharya – a renowned figure of Nepali literature. In 2016, the school completed 50 years of its establishment, and has been conducting various programmes under GOLDEN JUBILEE CELEBRATION. Recently, on the occasion of 203rd Bhanu Jayanti, the school concluded the Golden Jubilee Year, thus, creating history and extending its legacy further. His Excellency the Ambassador of Japan to Nepal, Mr. Masashi Ogawa was the Chief Guest of the program. It is a co-educational and English medium school, catering for children with the age group of 3 (Nursery) to 18 (XII class), as well as college level students. The school follows modern methods of teaching having recently installed smart classes and CCTV cameras.


In 1995, the school opened a higher secondary level. In 2009, it began a higher-education program leading to a Bachelor's degree . In 2013, a Masters level program was introduced in business studies and administration. The institution offers education from the primary level to the degree level. There are more than 2200 students enrolled, from all parts of the country, taught by almost 150 teachers. There is a hostel facility, separate for boys and girls.

Bhanubhakta Memorial Higher Secondary School began in a rented building 39 years back and imparts education its students in the capital city of Nepal.

Present day

It has four modern buildings, and a building used as teacher's quarter cum hostel. The main building houses Secondary and Primary wings. The Gajurel Bhavan is used for pre-primary, the Lower Secondary for primary, and a building for college wings. The school has a boys’ hostel and a science laboratory for practical classes, and overall three computer labs. Judo Hall, multipurpose Astrid Hall, Music Hall, and Smart Class hall are other facilities in the school. The higher secondary wing is a five-storied building.

With about 2200 students and nearly 150 teachers, Bhanubhakta Memorial Higher Secondary school is one of the biggest private schools of Nepal, providing both educational as well as physical facilities to day scholars, day boarders and boarders who come from every corner of the country. The school has two separate playgrounds with basketball, badminton and volleyball courts as well as five table tennis boards. There are separate cricket nets as well.

The school is divided into Primary Wing (classes Nursery-IV), Middle Wing (class- V-VIII), Secondary Wing (classes IX & X) Higher Secondary Wing (classes XI&XII), and college. The instructional staff in the middle and secondary wings comprises five faculties, each under a Faculty Head. All these wings are supervised by their respective in-charges. The Higher secondary wing is looked after by a separate management under Nepal Education Foundation (NEF), whereas MBA and MBS is affiliated with Tribhuwan University .


The school is run by Bhanu Bhakta School Trust . The trust has a chairman and board members responsible for running the school.




In order to be eligible for the scholarship provided by our school a student needs to meet certain criterias like:
1. Financially deprived family.
2. From marginalised ethnic group.
3. Highly talented with sound academic performance.
4. Falls on the government policy of granting scholarship.
5. Special Cases
Parents/guardians should apply for the scholarship in the beginning of the academic year. Scholarships might be full or partial. The School Management Comittee decides on merit basis.

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We take this opportunity to thank parents and guardians who are seeking admissions for their child. We offer best environment for your overall development of your child. And, we assure you that your child will always be in best of the places and in good hands.

Rules that need to be followed:


Admission Procedure

Parents and guardians who wish to enroll their child at Bhanubhakta Memorial School need to follow these steps:

Step 1: C ontact the Reception, get the information regarding the entrance and interview date for the respective classes, and book an appointment for the Admission’s Office to find out about the academic program and arrange an appointment.

Step 2: Collect the application form from the school, including the prospectus and fees structure, from the school reception desk. The application form is also available on the school website at

Step 3 Fill out the application form and submit it to the Reception or Admission’s Office. The Admission’s Office will set a date and time for a placement assessment and an interview. Both the parents or guardians and the student need to appear for the interview.

Step 4 Results will be published at the given date. Parents or guardians and students are notified by telephone or email.

Step 5 : Upon admission, parents or guardians shall make a deposit that covers the admission fee, security deposit, and annual charge. This deposit confirms the admission of the student at Bhanubhakta Memorial School. Failing to deposit by the given date will cancel the admission process.

Step 7 Student and parents should appear on the specified date for the counselling.

Entrance Test and Interview

For the ENTRANCE DATE and OTHER PROCEDURE please contact: 977 1 4415538, or visit : ,

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Admission FAQ

It is best to apply as soon as you know that ……….. is an option for you. While there is no deadline for applications, we have limited vacancies and we follow a first come first serve policy, so apply early for your best chance of being admitted.

We are open from grade …………..

Admission is given on the basis of an Entrance Examination which is mandatory, comprehensive, and has to be cleared on the basis of marks secured in the exam. A personal interview closely conducted by the School Management is compulsory for all students accompanied by their parents.

Forms can be collected from the school office or can be downloaded from our school website ……………. Completed forms can then either be handed in person in the school or email in …………………..

As part of the application approval process, all children have to participate in an age-appropriate entry assessment for basic math, languages (English and Nepali) and social interaction. This is needed to ensure a smooth and fully supported transition to the school and is by no means a “pass/fail” test. Parent interviews will also take place to ensure that their outlook towards education is in alignment with the school’s values and learning goals.

No. The school believes that every child should have a right to apply to KWS, and does not seek any form of monetary reimbursement for the process.

  • A completed application form along with a latest Passport sized photograph.
  • A Copy of student’s birth certificate
  • Most recent Marks Sheet/Award/Certificate from the student’s previous or current school

Once the admission committee finalizes the entrance dates, you will receive a call and an email with the details.

The official admission process begins from 1st Chaitra every year but as the seats are limited, you will be able to reserve seats prior to the date once you are notified of your child’s selection.

Yes, our school offers varied scholarships to students on a need-cum-merit basis.

Scholarships are provided on the basis of merit as well as criteria set by NEB. Student candidates are required to appear in scholarship exams held by the school for which the school admission desk provides you with the dates and time of exam. Selection is transparent and fair and thus, it is mandatory to pass out the scholarship exams.


Library is very important part of student's life. It helps in incresing our knowledge and helps to spend time in a more worthy way. We have wide range of books under different categories, such as-fiction, science, reference books, encyclopedia, biography,etc. Our students can read almost any dailies, magazines, weekleys, and so on. Students can read international magazines like: TIME, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC, WISDOM, SPORTS-STAR, etc.

We have altogether THREE libraries, each for Higher Secondary, Secondary, and Primary level students. Library teachers are always there to help students regarding various books and reference materials that they may require while studying.

Students can be a member of school library and borrow books and magazine. We have recently been working on the concept of Elibrary.


1. Strict silence and order must be observed by all in the library.

2. A student must have his library card to enter the library.

3. All articles and personal belongings must be left outside when entering the library. Only a notebook and borrowed books, if intended to return, may be taken into the library.

4. Every student borrowing a book to take home must have it properly checked by the librarian.

5. Books lost or damaged have to be replaced by the borrower, failing which he/she will be charged a sum equal to the cost of the lost/ damaged book(s):

6. If any defect or damage is noticed in a book that is being borrowed, the librarian should be notified

7. No books may be retained during long holidays and vacations.

Hostel is the first home to all the students in Bhanubhakta. We provide various services, hygienic food, infirmary, sports, and weekly recreational activities. Students are allowed to go home during long holidays and exam breaks.

Students can opt to become full-hostelier, or semi-hostelier. Latter will be provided all the facilities but after hostel study hours which normally finishes at 8 PM for semi-hosteliers, he/she can return home.

Hostel Rules and Regulations !

1: The school/hostel authorities have the right to search the child, and his/her belongings at the time of admission to the hostel, or on return from leave/vacations.

2: Boarders are not allowed to keep valuables, jewelry, and any other articles, which are not approved by the school authorities. Students are not permitted to keep any money or cash with them. No student is allowed to make any direct cash purchase from anywhere. All purchases are to be done through the procedure prescribed by the hostel council.

3: Parents/guardians are not permitted to meet the boarders, without the permission of the Principal. They are allowed to meet the students only on prescribed days. During school times, parents/guardians are not supposed to visit their wards. They can meet the students only in the reception area.

4: All school/hostel property must be handled with due care. Any damage to furniture, fittings, equipment, books etc. will be recovered from the student's account.

5: Eatables and gifts of any kind from outside are not permitted.

6: Electrical gadgets like heaters, kettles, irons or any such appliances like, mobiles, radios, TV, CD-players, i-pods, razors, blades, electric/electronic machine or any other electronic, electric or computer devices not approved by the school are not allowed in the hostel.

7: Surprise check will be made by the authority appointed or the Principal. Extra items, other than those permitted by the school will be confiscated. A report to this effect, will be recorded in the discipline register and the checking officer, as well as the student, must sign the same.

HR-8: Boarders shall not smoke or bring tobacco, alcohol or any unauthorised item into the hostel.

HR-9: House brother/sister or any other competent authority appointed by the Principal will take roll call at the times specified by the Principal. This will be done preferably in the afternoon as well as in the evenings.

10: Boarders must remain, and study in their respective rooms/dorms or class rooms during study time as directed by the competent authority.

11: The lights-off time will be notified by the Principal.

12: Boarders may be allowed outings from the hostel for a specified period of time duration that is approved by the Principal. Students on outings, should be accompanied by the official deputed by the warden/Principal. Students must obey the accompanying official, and he/she should submit a report to the Principal regarding the conduct of the student during their outing time.

13: Gate passes may be issued to all the students availing the outing time. The detailed procedure for it will be approved by the Principal, separately for summer and winter. Hostel warden or superintendent should get the rules approved by the Principal, and the same should be added to the hostel rule as annexure.

14: Boarders are expected to behave well in public, and represent their school with pride.

15: Boarders must return to the hostel at least five minutes earlier than the entry time.

16: Only those persons will be allowed to meet the students, whose complete particulars and photograph are submitted by the parents at the time of admission. No one except the guardian or parents can take the student with him/her. This can be done only with the written permission of the competent authority.

17: Parents must leave the address and telephone number of the guardian with the hostel office.

18: Boarders must take part in all the educational activities arranged by the school or hostel, unless exempted by the competent authority.

19: Going out during the weekdays is totally discouraged. However, if there is any genuine reason, the hostel administration will try to assist.

20: During study hours, all students must devote their time to academic preparation in the study room.

21: On school days students are not allowed to remain in the hostel without a genuine reason, however, in special cases a student may remain in the hostel if he/she has the written consent of the competent authority. This privilege could be revoked any time.

With a view to facilitating the learning of science through experimentation and observation, the school provides students with laboratory facilities. The school possesses a modern, well-equipped science building providing separate laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Biology donated by the Higher Secondary Education Project. In addition to these, a separate laboratory room is available for the lower secondary and secondary students.

Knowledge of computer is essential in the context of growing use of computers in every aspect of life. Bhanubhakta Memorial Higher Secondary School has the best computer facilities among the private schools – physically and technically. The students of grade six upwards are taught computer science as one of the major subjects. The school has four separate computer laboratories for primary, lower secondary, secondary and higher secondary classes in network environment. Besides teaching computer as a subject, we use computer for Computer Aided Learning with multimedia facility and a huge collection of educational software. We provide full Internet access and e-mail address to individual student under the school’s domain name. All the office works including students’ billing, result processing, accounting, documentations, etc. are computerized.

We are committed to provide the teachinglearning environment using high quality modern methods. Smart Classes are the norms in this era of inventions, and modern technology. The school has used the Smart Class as a means of teaching in an effective and immersive way. We have set-up a high quality Smart Class, and planning to equip all the classes with smart board and its relative technology in near future. The school hopes such classes will increase the reach of teachers beyond the conventional classes, and redefines the process of learning in a positive way

Students wishing to acquire skills in drawing, painting, sculpture, music and dance may join Art classes, which are conducted after regular school hours. Our students have demonstrated outstanding skills and imaginations in various Art competitions and won several awards.

The school houses a cafeteria which serves varieties of fresh foods and hot and cold drinks in subsidized rates to its staff and students during school hours. However, we encourage the students to bring their own snacks.

The school has installed CCTV surveillance system in order to monitor the activities inside the school effectively, thereby adhering into the highest standard of discipline. CCTV cameras cover the class rooms, staff rooms, playgrounds, corridors, administrative rooms, and the school premises as a whole.

The school operates buses on twenty one different routes across the Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur districts. Transportation fee is charged on monthly basis for the use of school bus. Extension of existing bus routes or changes of bus stops to suit an individual’s convenience is not permissible. However, the management can decide about any necessary change at the beginning of session.

Routine medical check-up during the school hours is provided free of cost by the school medical officers. The school employs a doctor and a nurse to provide medical services to Day Scholars and Boarders. In case of an emergency, the students are rushed to the Teaching Hospital at Maharajgunj, which is only two minutes drive from the school. The charge for such treatments shall be paid by the parents through the miscellaneous fund.

Bhanubhakta Memorial Higher Secondary School is capable in providing safe/treated drinking water to its students at any season. It has installed a modern water filtration plant, with a capacity of 10,000 litres of water, in the school premises to supply clean drinking water.


Located at ........... near ......., our School is served by regular & quick public transport – buses, micro-vans, and tempos.

Admission is given on the basis of an Entrance Examination which is mandatory, comprehensive, and has to be cleared or on the basis of previous grades. A personal interview closely conducted by the School Management is compulsory for all students accompanied by their parents.

Yes, our school offers varied scholarships to students on a need-cum-merit basis.

Some of our co-curricular activities include debating, elocution, essay writing, painting, drama, project, and excursions.