With a view to promote modern education for remote and rural area, Jeevan Bikas Public School, an Educational Trust was established in 2008 A.D. at Kadmaha V.D.C of Morang district in south- east part of Far East Nepal. JBPS has a strong belief that all the students either they are from city or village has a right to quality education and of course, it has attempted to serve the same opportunity to all the students.

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Since its establishment, it aims to continually work for upgrading the present level of studies to higher level keeping in mind the rising demand of higher studies in this region. It pays special emphasis on character building education to make the students self-disciplined, well-mannered, responsible, honest and well-civilized person in the future. This school is well equipped with all infrastructural facilities like library, well-furnished rooms, playground, peaceful and friendly atmosphere. There are three buses for student carrier service. At present, the school holds 877 students of 14 VDCs of Morang district.

In a quiet and peaceful environment, the students aren’t only prepared for their academic skills but they are also explored to an extracurricular environment where they learn and grow knowledge in various fields of arts like drawing, singing and dancing, sports like football, basketball and karate, etc.

In order to prevent the increasing trend of brilliant students to migrate to Biratnagar or other city for better education, JBPS has been providing the latest international standard education to its students. It also has been implementing Montessori Teaching Technique for quality education and planning to develop the school as a modern and technical based education up to the higher level. The students of JBPS are taught and guided by qualified, experienced and enthusiastic teachers who are dedicated to encourage all round excellence of the students along with the education.

As a part of social responsibility JBPS has followed a tradition to assist the parentless, exploited, ethnic group and handicapped students. For that purpose, it has been providing a 100 % scholarship program for those students who are conflict affected, marginalized and poor.

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Castwise Composition Chart of the Students

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