Top 10 Districts With Highest Pass Result

Last updated on 2022-09-25
Top 10 Districts With Highest Pass Result

The Literacy Rate of Nepal as of 2018 is 67.91%. In Nepal, there are 77 districts, and not all districts provide good education to the students. We have compiled the top 10 districts with the highest number of students passing the high school i.e plus two examinations.

*The ranking is based on the data provided by National Examination Board (NEB) in the year 2075.

10. Dang

Dang
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Dang is a district in Lumbini Province in central Nepal's Inner Terai. Ghorahi, the district headquarters, is Nepal's sixth biggest city and largest sub-metropolitan city. According to the 2011 census, the district has a total area of 2,955 kilometers square and a population of 548,141 people. The district is regarded as the hub of the Sanskrit language in Nepal, and it is home to Nepal's second-oldest institution, Nepal Sanskrit University, the country's sole Sanskrit university. Dang has the lowest number of students passing the plus two examinations, with just 6733 students completing.

  • Total number of students passed : 6733
  • Literacy Rate : 70%

9. Sunsari

Sunsari
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Sunsari district, which spans an area of 1,257 km2, is located in the eastern section of the Outer Terai (485 sq mi). The population of Sunsari District was 753,328 according to the 2011 census. Inaruwa serves as the district headquarters of Sunsari. According to the data provided by the National Examination Board (NEB), Sunsari district has 8300 students passing the plus two examinations in the year 2075.

  • Total number of students passed : 8300
  • Literacy Rate : 78%

8. Kailali

Kailali
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Dhangadhi is the district headquarters of Kailali, which has a total area of 3,235 square kilometers (1,249 square miles) with a population of 775,709 people (as of the 2011 census). The Kailai district has a literacy rate of 45.18 percent. According to National Examination Board (NEB) records, 8710 students passed the plus two examinations in Kailali District in 2075.

  • Total number of students passed : 8710
  • Literacy Rate : 66%

7. Chitwan

Chitwan
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After Kathmandu, Chitwan is Nepal's second-largest city. In 2011, it had a population of 579,984 people (279,087 men and 300,897 females) and a total area of 2,238.39 km2 (864.25 square kilometres). Bharatpur is the commercial and service center of South Central Nepal, as well as a regional center for higher education, health care, and transportation. In 2075,10213 students completed the plus two tests in Chitwan District, according to National Examination Board (NEB) data.

  • Total number of students passed : 10213
  • Literacy Rate : 85.63%

6. Jhapa

Jhapa
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According to the most recent official statistics, the 2011 Nepal Census, Jhapa’s total population is 812,650. The district has a total area of 1606 square kilometers. Jhapa is divided into 15 administrative units, with 8 municipalities and 7 rural municipalities. Jhapa District is the fourth biggest district after Kathmandu, Morang, and Rupandehi. According to the data published by the National Examination Board (NEB), the total number of students completing the plus two tests in Jhapa District is 10405.

  • Total number of students passed : 10405
  • Literacy Rate : 75.20%

5. Kaski

Kaski
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Kaski, a part of the Gandaki Province having Pokhara as its district headquarters with a total area of 2,017 square km. The literacy rate of the district according to the national population census conducted is shown to be a staggering amount of 96.3% which is a remarkable amount. The district has faced some difficulties with degrading public and community education in the past. Despite all the challenges, students are eager to study, committed to their studies, and parents are supportive of their children's education. According to the NEB data collected in 2075, the total number of pass-out students in Kaski is 11,204.

  • Total number of students passed : 11204
  • Literacy Rate : 82%

4. Morang

Morang
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Morang District, having a total area of 1,855 square km located in the eastern part of the country, has had a long way to go in the development of quality education. The literacy rate of Morang is about 66.33% as of the national census data collected in 2011. Morang houses some of the finest high schools of the nation like the historic Morang Campus, Sukuna Multiple Campus, etc. According to the NEB data collected in 2075, the total number of pass-out students in Morang is 11,668.

  • Total number of students passed : 11668
  • Literacy Rate : 70.13%

3. Lalitpur

Lalitpur
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Lalitpur, previously known as Patan has been presented with a good amount of private and public educational institutions. The literacy rate according to the national census of 2011 of the district is 81%, which shows the development of quality education in the district. The district contains some of the reputed high schools of the nation and also accommodates some of the most prestigious universities of the country. According to the NEB data collected in 2075, the total number of pass-out students in Lalitpur are 12,021.

  • Total number of students passed : 12021
  • Literacy Rate : 99.20%

2. Rupandehi

Rupandehi
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Rupandehi, the birthplace of Lord Buddha is well-known at a national level for its educational infrastructure and achievements. The whole district contains a fair share of educational institutions which have been playing a vital role in the progress of quality education itself. As per the national census conducted in 2011, the district has a total literacy rate of 72% which is above the national average of literacy rates. According to the NEB data collected in 2075, the total number of pass-out students in Rupandehi is 12,631.

  • Total number of students passed : 12631
  • Literacy Rate : 72%

1. Kathmandu

Kathmandu
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Kathmandu being the capital of the nation has had a better degree of education in comparison to the other districts of the country. The first-ever high school of Nepal ‘Durbar High School’, established by Jung Bahadur Rana in 1853 is situated in Kathmandu. To no one’s surprise, the best colleges across the nation are situated in and around the Kathmandu valley. Every year thousands of students from all around the nation come to gain education in various colleges across the capital. According to the NEB data collected in 2075, the total number of pass-out students in Kathmandu is 50,276. As per the national census conducted in 2011, the district has a total literacy rate of 86.5%.

  • Total number of students passed : 50276
  • Literacy Rate : 96.88%

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10.

Dang

9.

Sunsari

8.

Kailali

7.

Chitwan

6.

Jhapa

5.

Kaski

4.

Morang

3.

Lalitpur

2.

Rupandehi

1.

Kathmandu

10. Dang

Dang
Image Source: ncthakur.itgo.com

Dang is a district in Lumbini Province in central Nepal's Inner Terai. Ghorahi, the district headquarters, is Nepal's sixth biggest city and largest sub-metropolitan city. According to the 2011 census, the district has a total area of 2,955 kilometers square and a population of 548,141 people. The district is regarded as the hub of the Sanskrit language in Nepal, and it is home to Nepal's second-oldest institution, Nepal Sanskrit University, the country's sole Sanskrit university. Dang has the lowest number of students passing the plus two examinations, with just 6733 students completing.

  • Total number of students passed : 6733
  • Literacy Rate : 70%

9. Sunsari

Sunsari
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Sunsari district, which spans an area of 1,257 km2, is located in the eastern section of the Outer Terai (485 sq mi). The population of Sunsari District was 753,328 according to the 2011 census. Inaruwa serves as the district headquarters of Sunsari. According to the data provided by the National Examination Board (NEB), Sunsari district has 8300 students passing the plus two examinations in the year 2075.

  • Total number of students passed : 8300
  • Literacy Rate : 78%

8. Kailali

Kailali
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Dhangadhi is the district headquarters of Kailali, which has a total area of 3,235 square kilometers (1,249 square miles) with a population of 775,709 people (as of the 2011 census). The Kailai district has a literacy rate of 45.18 percent. According to National Examination Board (NEB) records, 8710 students passed the plus two examinations in Kailali District in 2075.

  • Total number of students passed : 8710
  • Literacy Rate : 66%

7. Chitwan

Chitwan
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After Kathmandu, Chitwan is Nepal's second-largest city. In 2011, it had a population of 579,984 people (279,087 men and 300,897 females) and a total area of 2,238.39 km2 (864.25 square kilometres). Bharatpur is the commercial and service center of South Central Nepal, as well as a regional center for higher education, health care, and transportation. In 2075,10213 students completed the plus two tests in Chitwan District, according to National Examination Board (NEB) data.

  • Total number of students passed : 10213
  • Literacy Rate : 85.63%

6. Jhapa

Jhapa
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According to the most recent official statistics, the 2011 Nepal Census, Jhapa’s total population is 812,650. The district has a total area of 1606 square kilometers. Jhapa is divided into 15 administrative units, with 8 municipalities and 7 rural municipalities. Jhapa District is the fourth biggest district after Kathmandu, Morang, and Rupandehi. According to the data published by the National Examination Board (NEB), the total number of students completing the plus two tests in Jhapa District is 10405.

  • Total number of students passed : 10405
  • Literacy Rate : 75.20%

5. Kaski

Kaski
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Kaski, a part of the Gandaki Province having Pokhara as its district headquarters with a total area of 2,017 square km. The literacy rate of the district according to the national population census conducted is shown to be a staggering amount of 96.3% which is a remarkable amount. The district has faced some difficulties with degrading public and community education in the past. Despite all the challenges, students are eager to study, committed to their studies, and parents are supportive of their children's education. According to the NEB data collected in 2075, the total number of pass-out students in Kaski is 11,204.

  • Total number of students passed : 11204
  • Literacy Rate : 82%

4. Morang

Morang
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Morang District, having a total area of 1,855 square km located in the eastern part of the country, has had a long way to go in the development of quality education. The literacy rate of Morang is about 66.33% as of the national census data collected in 2011. Morang houses some of the finest high schools of the nation like the historic Morang Campus, Sukuna Multiple Campus, etc. According to the NEB data collected in 2075, the total number of pass-out students in Morang is 11,668.

  • Total number of students passed : 11668
  • Literacy Rate : 70.13%

3. Lalitpur

Lalitpur
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Lalitpur, previously known as Patan has been presented with a good amount of private and public educational institutions. The literacy rate according to the national census of 2011 of the district is 81%, which shows the development of quality education in the district. The district contains some of the reputed high schools of the nation and also accommodates some of the most prestigious universities of the country. According to the NEB data collected in 2075, the total number of pass-out students in Lalitpur are 12,021.

  • Total number of students passed : 12021
  • Literacy Rate : 99.20%

2. Rupandehi

Rupandehi
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Rupandehi, the birthplace of Lord Buddha is well-known at a national level for its educational infrastructure and achievements. The whole district contains a fair share of educational institutions which have been playing a vital role in the progress of quality education itself. As per the national census conducted in 2011, the district has a total literacy rate of 72% which is above the national average of literacy rates. According to the NEB data collected in 2075, the total number of pass-out students in Rupandehi is 12,631.

  • Total number of students passed : 12631
  • Literacy Rate : 72%

1. Kathmandu

Kathmandu
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Kathmandu being the capital of the nation has had a better degree of education in comparison to the other districts of the country. The first-ever high school of Nepal ‘Durbar High School’, established by Jung Bahadur Rana in 1853 is situated in Kathmandu. To no one’s surprise, the best colleges across the nation are situated in and around the Kathmandu valley. Every year thousands of students from all around the nation come to gain education in various colleges across the capital. According to the NEB data collected in 2075, the total number of pass-out students in Kathmandu is 50,276. As per the national census conducted in 2011, the district has a total literacy rate of 86.5%.

  • Total number of students passed : 50276
  • Literacy Rate : 96.88%

10.

Dang

9.

Sunsari

8.

Kailali

7.

Chitwan

6.

Jhapa

5.

Kaski

4.

Morang

3.

Lalitpur

2.

Rupandehi

1.

Kathmandu