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School name list of Banke district

Sr.No | Name of the School | Address | Principal's Name | contact No. | Email ID | 1 | Zenith Higher Secondary School | Khajura Bazar, Banke | Narayan Datta Upadhyay | 9848030923 | narayan.datta1 @gmail.com | 2 | Deepak E.M.High School | Khajura Bazar, Banke | Rajendra Acharya | 9848021757 | | 3 | Gyanodaya Higher Secondary School | Khajura Bazar, Banke | Rishiram Sapkota | 9848026188 | | 4 | Arunodaya E.M.High School, | Khajura 1 No, Banke | Rishikesh G.C | 9848020819 | | 5 | Janata Higher Secondary School | Santakuti, Khajura,Banke | Shashiram Karki | | | 6 | Adarsh Higher Secondary School | Khajura 1 no., Dhaulagiri, Banke | Rajendra Sapkota | 9848022833 | | 7 | Ne.Ra. Ma. Bi. Secondary School | Manakamanapur, Banke | Kamlesh Poudel | 9848042798 | | 8 | Janaki Ma. Vi | Khajura Khurd | | | | 9. | Dhrubatara High School | Sitapur, Banke | Khemlal Sharma | | | 10 | Gurans Childhood High School | Sitapur,Banke | Govinda Rawat | 9848112240 | | 11 | Yogini Higher Secondary School | Gaughat, Banke | Kedar Pathak | | | 12 | Jan sewa Ma.Bi | Gijara,Puraina,Banke | Ganesh Thapaliya | 081692400 | | 13 | Bageshowry Secondary School Naubasta Banke | Naubasta Banke | Prithibi Bdr Budha | 9848036743 | | 14 | Laxmi Higher H.S.S | Rajhana | Dila ram Dhakal | 9858023852 | | 15 | Gorkha United H.S | Rajhana | Keshar Bdr Ale | 9858021325 | | 16 | Bal Vidhya Mandir H.S | Koholpur | Updendra Buddhathoki | 081540279 | | 17 | Krishna Secondary School | Kaushilanagar | Ganesh Bdr Oli | 9848131177 | | 18 | Gyan joyti H.S | Chapargaudi, Koholpur | Badri Paudel | 081540104 | | 19 | Ram janaki H.S | Koholpur | Narayan Sigdel | 081540439 | | 20 | Dip jyoti H.S. School | Koholpur | Dilli Bdr Shah | 9848202173 | | 21 | Green piece H.S | Koholpur | Maya oli |…...

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