Pre-registrations Open in +2 Science, Management, and Humanities at Prime International School

From June 13, 2022
Until July 31, 2022

Prime International School located in Khusibun, Nayabazar, Kathmandu announces inquiry open for admissions open in the following intermediate level programs:

The courses offered in Prime International School are blended with theory and practice that ensure maximum productivity and global competency in its students.

Features of School

With the purpose of shaping the students to compete against the outer world, the Prime International School has seven different types of clubs in the school driven by the students themselves. There are full time and part time teachers who are qualified and experienced in their respective subjects. Sporting activities, Cultural activities, Quiz, Presentations, Debating, Social Service, and so on are organized for the students by the students from different clubs. Besides the school organizes educational trips, field visit, outside visits for concerned subject practical.

Admission Procedure

Visit the college, where a Prime representative will offer detailed information on the college and courses. If the students choose to enroll in college after the counseling, they can acquire an application form from the reception.

The following documents must be provided by the students during the submission of the form:

  • A copy of SEE Mark Sheet
  • A copy of School Leaving / Transfer Certificate
  • 3 Passport size photos
  • A copy of Character Certificate – SEE

Students will be admitted on a very competitive basis, with two stages of screening

  1. There will be a 1.5-hour Entrance Test (written test).
  2. Applicants who pass the admission exam will be required to participate in a one-on-one personal interview with their parents or guardians.

Scholarship Information

The school provides scholarships ranging from 30% to 100% of the monthly and registration costs, depending on the student's total GPA. In addition, the school offers scholarships to students from low-income families. Students who excel in co-curricular activities, such as sports, will also be considered for the scholarship.