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BHAKTAPUR NIST School was established in 2000 AD as an associate of NIST Foundation.
It has a long–standing successful history with its alumni serving in different professions across
the world. It is an inclusive and co–educational school situated at Lokanthali, Bhaktapur, a very
ideal location in terms of accessibility. It is a full–fledged high school offering classes to students
from Play–group to Grade 12 (Twelve) with representation from diverse cultural background,
race, religion, sexual orientation, etc. The school follows the national curriculum under the
National Examination Board (NEB), Nepal, and the medium of instruction is English except for
Nepali subject in all grades. Currently, the school offers classes for Science and Law stream in
the Upper Secondary i. e. Grade 11 and 12, and there are plans afoot to introduce classes on
Management and Humanities streams as well in the future.
The school has always focused on imparting high–quality education since its inception. We have a competent team of leadership and teaching faculty, who are experienced, passionate and dedicated, and have a zeal to learn and grow professionally. The school provides students with a learning environment that is safe, positive and intellectually stimulating, and fosters a culture of learning by engaging students with problem–solving based projects.
Dear Parents/Guardians, Greetings!!! It is to kindly inform you that you can now visit Bibhuti Books: 01-6637761,Lokanthali as per your convenience and collect the books of your ward for academic year 2077. However, you are free to visit any bookstores as per your convenience. Please call before you visit the book store. We humbly request you to maintain social distancing and take all precautions to get rid away from COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you and have a good day. Regards, SK Thapaliya Vice Principal Bhaktapur NIST SchoolRead more...
Greetings! Please find the routine of your ward which will be effective from Sunday, 21/01/2077. As per the suggestion and feedback from our respected parents/guardians, we have scheduled Online Learning Classes through zoom on odd days and self studies and assignments days on even days. Please motivate, inspire and assist your ward to attend Online Learning Classes as per the schedule, do the given assignments and submit it to the concerned subject teachers on time. We are confident that, together we can overcome all the obstacles and encourage our students to learn from home at this difficult time due to COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you for your kind support and cooperation. Regards, SK Thapaliya Vice Principal Bhaktapur NIST SChoolRead more...
We provide high school education (Upper Secondary) for grade 11 and 12 students based on the National Curriculum prescribed by the National Examination Board (NEB). Earlier known as Plus 2 programme, this is offered as a separate stand–alone two-year course that prepares students for undergraduate courses at university. Upon successful completion of the Secondary Education Examination (SEE) i.e. Grade 10, conducted by the NEB, students are eligible to pursue the Upper Secondary programme (Grade 11–12).
Upon enrolling in the programme, students have the flexibility to choose elective subjects as per their interest and career goals. The core subjects are mandatory for every student to pursue, and are designed to provide in–depth knowledge and understanding. The academic programme is led by the Principal, ably supported by the programme Coordinators and a competent team of academic faculty in addition to an experienced team of administrators. Currently, the school offers courses in Science and Law.
NEB Science Programme
The Science programme is designed to instill fundamental conceptual of the sciences, and generate an interest for students to pursue a major in the physical and biological sciences. The course is designed to study and teach sciences so as to encourage and enable learners to develop inquiring minds and curiosity about science and the natural world. The science students are encouraged to acquire knowledge, conceptual understanding and skills to solve problems and make informed decisions in scientific and other contexts.
Located close to the heart of Kathmandu City, just 3 Km distance from New Baneshwor, BHAKTAPUR NIST is easily accessible to and from the City. Established in 2000, the school offers academic programmes from the elementary to high school. The high school programme offers a choice in the Science and Law streams, and is affiliated to the National Examination Board (NEB), Nepal.
Enriching the learning experience of students has always been, and will be at the core of our vision and mission, and we are always guided by the need to provide conducive environment and services for our learners to make their overall experience truly elevating. The need of the hour demands a paradigm shift in the way we cater to the educational needs of the new generation learners. Today, education has to be imparted effectively through a balanced and holistic approach to teaching–learning i.e. the development of learner’s intellectual, emotional, social and personal skills, physical well–being and artistic, creative and spiritual potentials.
The high-school seeks to engage students through a participatory approach to teaching–learning process, and encourages personal and collective responsibility. This is the cornerstone of the educational philosophy we subscribe to, and inculcate in our learners at National School of Sciences to enable them as life–long learners and global citizens.
The amount of time children and teenagers are spending on digital technology inside and outside school is having a significant impact on their classroom learning, and physical and mental wellbeing, according to teacher and principal data from an Australian research study.
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented some unique challenges for early years educators as they move to a remote learning approach. In today’s article, Dr Deborah Price, a Senior Lecturer in Inclusive Education and Wellbeing at the University of South Australia’s Education Futures academic unit and president of the Australian Curriculum Studies Association (ACSA), discusses some practical ways to overcome these obstacles and embrace the teaching and learning opportunities this new environment provides.
All Australian schools and school leaders are currently managing change in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Even under ‘normal’ circumstances, change is a difficult process to lead. How can schools implement effectively and efficiently, to support student learning in such unprecedented times?
The current global spread of the Covid-19 virus means that many schools and teachers around the world are looking into how they can continue to teach their pupils remotely if their schools need to close for a limited time. As noted in a recent blog post from Julia Yu, many schools and teachers have had little training or experience in online teaching.
I am very much indebted to NIST for providing me such wonderful memories. The school management and administration were very cooperative which let students like me work hard and remain enthusiastic all year long. I feel really proud to be student of NIST.
I remember the first day I randomly walked into NIST to get the form for entrance test even though I had been selected for admission at St. Xavier’s College, as the turning point of my life. Those two years spent with wonderful friends and inspiring teachers built me the strong foundation of my professional achievements today.
NIST has given me a great platform to achieve my lifelong dreams. It has maintained its legacy for 27 years and done a great service to this nation by producing skilled human resources. I wish NIST all the best for the future.
I really feel great for being an alumnus of this renowned academic institution. Due to the strong foundation provided by NIST school with excellent teachers, staff mentors and homely educational environment, I have become capable of making my career in the field I aspired.