Central Board for Secondary Education (CBSE) is a national level board of education in India that comes under the Ministry of Education, controlled and managed by the Union Government of India. CBSE was officially established in 1952 with the purpose of making a common standard and platform for every student throughout India.
As of the year 2019, there are more than 21,200 schools affiliated with CBSE. More than 200 schools are located in 28 different countries, while the rest are located in India. All schools affiliated with the board follow the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT) curriculum.
There are several CBSE-based schools in Nepal as well. These schools have been providing secondary-level education grounded on the NCERT curriculum within Nepal only.
Below is the list of the schools in Nepal that are affiliated with CBSE.
The list is in no particular order.
Rai School was established in 2000, and in the span of two decades, it has cemented itself as one of the most renowned CBSE affiliated institutions in Nepal. Located at Naxal, the school has been imparting quality education within an excellent learning environment. Rai school has been a touchstone in school education, having a fine balance of academic excellence and successively brilliant results with varied extra-curricular activities.
Established in 1996 by CG, The Chandbagh School provides its students with quality and value-oriented education and prepares them to curate their career path. Nestled at a prime location in Bansbari, the school started as a primary boarding school and at present it is a full-fledged higher secondary school, having its affiliation with SEE Board of Nepal as well as C.B.S.E., India.
Find the complete list of schools in Nepal that are affiliated with CBSE from the table below:
Rupy’s International School
DAV Rukmini Banarsi Kedia Secondary School
Delhi Public School
Dedraj Sewali Devi Todi (DAV/KVB) School