Conceptualized in 2003 B.S. via a thatched roof hut with the pious venture of local academicians, social workers, and donors, Shanti Namuna Higher Secondary school is a government school sited at Tilottama Municipality ward no. 6, Rupandehi, Western Nepal (midpoint of Butwal-Bhairahawa section of Siddhartha Highway). However, it got official recognition only in 2016 B.S. The students of this school appeared in SLC in 2024 B.S. for the first time and currently more than 200 students appear in SLC every year. The school launches its academic program in both English and Nepali medium from Montessori to +2 levels in its own well facilitated building with spacious and ventilated rooms, multipurpose playground within its premises.
Message From Principal
Greetings to you all.
Centrally located in Tilottama Municipality, Ward No. 5 of Rupandehi district, Shanti Namuna Secondary School in its tranquil academic environment offers general education (from Montessori to +2 levels in both Nepali and English medium), TSLC program (as ANNEX program to CTEVT) and special education with hostel facility to the blind.
We are committed for academic excellence. Keeping the school aloof from political intervention, maintaining child friendly classroom, teaching and learning assisted by technology(Smart board and multimedia Technology) and co-curricular activities are the strategy adopted for the same. Besides educating the children, we strive to inculcate moral values and discipline in our students.
In the recent years, the school has heightened its level due to the grand success achieved in SLC. Bhawana Aryals (93.88.% in the SLC of 2071) achievement as Board first (among girls) and Nepal first (community school) is only an instance. We have a long list of such achievement in SLC.
Our zealous teachers, supportive guardians, genius student and congenial environment we have been able to create have really enabled us for such steep ascending and tempting success and establish this institute as one of its kind in this outskirt. We can never undermine the generous support the locals, social workers, scholars and other institute have provided us.
With best wishes,
Mr. Kul Prasad Lamichhane
Shree Shanti Namuna Secondary School