Kendriya Vidyalaya Kathmandu

Lazimpat, Kathmandu



Kendriya Vidyalaya, Kathmandu, was founded in 1973 under the Indian Co-operation Mission (ICM). While the land was provided by the Embassy of India, the building was constructed by Kendriya Vidyalaya Sangathan. 

After the closing of the ICM in 1980, the Embassy of India, Kathmandu, took over the management of the Vidyalaya. His Excellency, Ambassador of India to Nepal is the patron and the Deputy Chief of Mission is the Chairman of the Vidyalaya Management Committee.

Kendriya Vidyalaya, Embassy of India, Kathmandu, is among three Kendriya Vidyalayas situated overseas, with the other two being in Moscow and Tehran. These institutions provide education to children of Indian Missions' employees and other organizations.

Salient Features

Physics Lab

The physics laboratory is furnished with an ample array of scientific apparatus. It offers all essential amenities for conducting scientific experiments, projects, and pioneering research, providing students with the opportunity to grasp various physics concepts through diverse scientific pursuits. Additionally, the physics department houses a modest library where science and physics literature is accessible for reference.

Chemistry Lab

The chemistry laboratory is furnished with an ample array of laboratory equipment and chemicals. By performing practicals and projects, students cultivate problem-solving abilities that can be applied in their everyday lives, while simultaneously familiarizing themselves with various processes employed in industries and technological applications. Additionally, laboratory practicals stimulate students' interest in chemistry.

Biology Lab

The biology laboratory is furnished with an ample array of scientific instruments, chemicals, skeletons, and sufficient specimens. It offers all essential amenities for conducting experiments for secondary and senior secondary classes. Additionally, the laboratory is outfitted with a computer, connected to the internet, to cater to students' needs.


The school library boasts a collection of over 15,000 books, ranging from textbooks, reference materials, dictionaries, children's literature, fiction, and non-fiction. All students enrolled in the school are granted membership to the library, with the privilege of borrowing up to two books at a time. Additionally, the library is equipped with a computer.

Resource Room
In order to keep up with the ever-evolving landscape of classrooms and learning, the school has established a RESOURCE room equipped with an LCD projector and screen, TV, educational CDs, Xerox machine, and computers. The RESOURCE room is designed to facilitate and integrate technology into the learning experience of students.

Computer Lb

The Vidyalaya is outfitted with two computer labs, one for Junior and one for Senior students, equipped with a total of 62 computers, LCD projectors, scanners, UPSs, and other necessary peripherals.


Seven classrooms are well equipped with LCD Projectors, Desktop, Computers, and Display Screen.

Admission Guidelines

​​​​​​Required Documents

  • Original birth certificate with a copy of the same. (original willl be returned after verification).
  • Service certificate of the parent from concerned department (Central or State, if any).
  • Proof of transfer orders in case of transferable employees.
  • Citizenship certificate from government department. For Indian citizenz, registration certificate is mandatory.
  • Residence proof.
  • Blood Group report from any authenticated hospital.
  • Passport size photograph for application form.
  • Transfer Certificate/School Leaving Certificate and Character Certificate from previous school.


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