Nepal is a small country with a 29 Million population, is home to eight out of the ten highest mountains in the world, including Mount Everest. The mountainous topography of the land-locked country marks tremendous challenges for socioeconomic development and creates hurdles and costs to expand Nepal’s infrastructure, resources, and opportunities. With the demographics surplus, Nepal increases its dependency rate especially for its continuous and sustainable growth and improvement in the quality of education. With 77 districts and provincial governments,
Nepal is growing but still has not reached a sufficient level of educational growth in many districts. There are districts with few populations residing but the resources are still not enough for the residents living in that region. Here, we have listed the top ten districts that need more concern by the Government in regards to the quality of education provided to them.
*The ranking is based on a report published by the Ministry of Education, Science, and Technology 2018/19.