Shree Annapurna Secondary School, Kaski

By Lions Club 325-B1 - Wednesday 15th May 2019

Shree Annapurna Secondary School lies on Madi Rural Municipality, Sikles, Gandaki zone which is quite popular as touristic destination of Nepal. Sikles lies 37 K.m. from Pokhara to the upper head of the Madi River to which Mount Annapurna range can be viewed from a closer distance. This school was established on 2008 B.S. with the initiative of formal Nepali Indian Army by raising fund from Deradhun, India. In 2Ol3 B.S. its name changed as Chandra Primary School and later on 2028 B.S. again as Shree Annapurna Primary School with class up to grade 7. With the passage of time and growing interest to educate the students of village, the classes were extended up to grade lO and the school was named as Shree Annapurna


After 2015 earthquake, one school building is fully destroyed and one truss building in non-functioning. The total number of students studying are 332 of which l73 are female and 159 are male. All office work and classes were running in one building roof due to which running classes were difficult.

With the co-ordination from District Education Office which is under the Ministry of Education, Lions came to know about the condition of the school. Currently, with the help of funding from Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF), Lions have successfully completed fully furnished two storey six rooms RCC building with toilet for boys, girls and disabled children with white boards and some study materials.