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Delhi Public School, Biratnagar is now connected with eSewa-Nepal First Online Payment Gateway. So our parents and guardians can use eSewa app to pay school fees.

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Delhi Public School Biratnagar, founded on 7th May 2008, is one of the most prestigious schools in Biratnagar, Nepal. It is beneath the effervescence of its campus, that the students of Delhi Public School, Biratnagar find the wellsprings of the professional attitude and vigour, which distinguish it from other schools. Students develop their own abilities and talents, and discover their teaming potential to the fullest, which is reached in an invigorating and competitive atmosphere, created by excellent facilities, and, exposure and guidance provided by a highly qualified and dedicated faculty. We have started the school with an open heart and the vision that residents of Biratnagar and its vicinity could get back their children full of moral values and smartness from Delhi Public School Biratnagar. Our vision is very clear that a person must be first morally "Human and Respectful" to elders and full of "Knowledge". He / She must adapt to cultural, moral and spiritual values and also have knowledge and smartness. We continuously work with the children on these aspects and focus on overall development of  child.

Message from Managing Director

Shri Arun Kumar Rathi


Message from Principal

Parshu Ram Ghimire

Days, Weeks, Months and Years go by children leave our shielding nest, new ones are welcomed into our fold. Years filled with promises, dreams achieved, lives enriched. There are many miles to go, challenges to be met, murky forests to be entered.

At DPS Biratnagar we all walk hand in hand- Staff & Students, together with knowing that the hand of God is there to guide us and we will win against all odds.  Often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around

I believe that effective teachers :

> Implement strategies that promote ownership of learning to students.

> Demonstrate ongoing professional growth in order to increase the quality of instruction.   

> Design instruction to integrate a variety of innovative technological tools and resources to enhance learning. 

> Create opportunities for intellectual risk-taking, collaboration, problem-solving, and application of classroom learning to real-life situations.   

> Collaborate with colleagues to share and discuss exemplary practices, interpret student performance data, and design assessments that promote twenty-first-century skills.

I believe that successful students:

> Employ critical and creative thinking skills to solve problems.  

> Communicate in a meaningful way for a variety of purposes and audiences.

> Pose questions, examine possibilities and apply skills to find solutions to authentic issues.  

> Demonstrate sensitivity to the precision and nuances of written, visual, and aural medium through comprehension, interpretation, and evaluation.

> Make positive choices related to physical and mental wellness and contribute to the local and global community in a collaborative and respectful manner

High standards and expectations for each student in regard to academic performance, co-curricular participation, and responsible citizenship are the foundation of our school. It is with pride that we hold these high standards and ask each of our students to commit to maintaining the extraordinary record of achievement and contribution that has been the legacy of DPS Biratnagar. It is the contribution of our students to our school community that makes DPS Biratnagar an exceptional learning community. Full participation in academic and co-curricular programs and a willingness to act responsibly as an individual within our educational environment is the factors that enable all to have a successful and enjoyable year.

In conclusion, I wish you all a wonderful school year. If I can be of any assistance, please do not hesitate to contact me and know that my door is always open. I can be reached at [email protected] also. I am honoured to serve as your principal.

Thank You

Parshu Ram Ghimire 


Delhi Public School

Biratnagar, Nepal

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Our Awesome Teachers

A.K. GuptaTeacher

Bicky Ghimire Dance Teacher

Bijaya Sharma Khanal Teacher

Dipak ShahHOD(SST)/COD(8 to10)

Kriti DulalSports Teacher

Kunal Kumar PGT( Computer)

Manish Kumar JhaVice Principal

Manish TimsinaFootball/Coacher

Mukesh JhaTGT(Computer)

Mukesh KarnaPGT(Physics)

Niraj Kumar ThakurCricket Coach

Om Prakash ShahTGT (Math)

Preeti BahetiTeacher

Parshu Ram Ghimire Principal (SLC)

Patricia Bullimore Teacher

Rabindra GajurelNepali Teacher

Ruby ThakurHindi Teacher

Sadanand Kumar PGT(Account)

Saiki RaiTGT(SST)

Sangeeta ShresthaTeacher

Saphala KhatiwadaNepali Teacher

Sonali DangolTeacher

Subodh Kr. KamatTGT(Computer)

Surya Bahadur MagarSport Teacher

Uttam Kr. Choubey PGT(Biology)

Uzma Rana PGT (Teacher)

Rajendra PokharelPGT(Economics)

Sushant Baniya 10+2 (Coordinator)

Archana Dugar BaskotaMontessori teacher

Ajita GhimireMont. Teacher

Anshu SarawgiMontessori Teacher

Rina Siwakoti MundraMontessori Teacher

Dimple BiyaniMontessori Teacher

Jaysna RouniyarTeacher

Shodashi ChaudharyTeacher

Suraj KamatSports Incharge

Ramesh Ranjan Kumar

Amrit Bhujel

Binod MishraTeacher

Sony Jha

Varun Parihar

Rahul Kamat

RajKumar Pradhan

Smita Singh

Sushmita SwayamPrabha

Ekta Shrivastava

Fiona Bullimore

Jyotsna Jha

Rupa Jha

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Suman DeySports Incharge

Dhiraj KarnaDrummerist(Music)

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Ram Babu PalSports Teacher

Aliza MarikDance Teacher

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Ankur Chaulagain

Payal Rathi

Raj Kumar Sah

Pooja Gupta

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Rhonda Garelick, New Dean of ADHT, Combines Politics, Style, and Aesthetics in Her Work

On the surface, it wouldn’t seem like the gray streak in Tulsi Gabbard’s hair, Sean Spicer’s role on Dancing With the Stars, Burt Reynold’s status as a sex symbol, and the White House Christmas decorations under the Trump Administration would have anything in common. 

But for Rhonda Garelick, Dean of the School of Art and Design History and Theory at Parsons School of Design, each topic can be used to explain a broader cultural theme, something she regularly does in her column, “Reading the Signs,” in New York Magazine’s The Cut.

Garelick, whose work investigates the connections between fashion, politics, aesthetics, and performance, joined Parsons last spring as a professor in ADHT, and recently became Dean of the school this past summer. 

“I had always dreamed of working at The New School, whose history and mission really resonate with me,” she says. “ADHT is a deeply interdisciplinary school, and the opportunity to be Dean offered an exciting opportunity to help lead a wonderful school, work with talented and diverse faculty and students, and also contribute to The New School in general.”

Garelick’s cultural criticism has appeared in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Salon, Vanity Fair, and more. She is a Guggenheim fellow, and has received awards from the NEA, the NEH, the Getty Research Institute, among others. She was most recently a Professor of Performing Arts and English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where she founded and directed the Interdisciplinary Arts Symposium, and has also taught at Princeton, Columbia University, the CUNY Graduate Center, Yale, and NYU.

With a deep background in interdisciplinary teaching, scholarship, and practice, Garelick is excited to lead ADHT into the future. She plans to strengthen existing programs, promote new ones, and create collaborations with programs in the New School for Social Research and the College of Performing Arts.

“My work in fashion history, literature, visual art, and performance studies all help me understand the many vectors of work being done, not only in ADHT but across Parsons and The New School,” says Garelick. “My work combines scholarly publications with more journalistic writing, so I have a sense of how different forms of scholarly and creative work done at a university can be “translated” into more popular formats and offered up to a larger community for bigger, more exciting conversations. As Dean I see my role partly as one of communicating, both within and among the university’s different schools and without, to the outer world.”


Final Result Distribution - 2074

The final result distribution will be held on 24th Chaitra (7th April,2018) from 8:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M. Therefore you are requested to collect the result of your ward/s.

Additionally, we request the parents/guardians to let us know by 24th Chaitra if your ward/s is not continuing the school next year.


New School Alumna Barbara Hillary, the First African American Woman to Reach the North Pole, Dies at 88

Hillary was awarded an honorary doctorate at The New School’s 81st Commencement ceremony in 2017. In her speech, she encouraged graduates to follow a path of perseverance and determination to achieve their goals.

“I was raised in Harlem,” she told thousands of graduates at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Queens. “My father died when I was two. And we were poor. We were sub-Depression poor. But there was no such thing as mental poverty in our home. There was no such thing as ‘Woe is me.’ My mother always told me, ‘If you want something in this world, get off your ass and work for it.’”

After traveling to the North Pole in 2007, at the age of 75, Hillary reached the South Pole four years later. Earlier this year, she traveled to Mongolia to visit a nomadic tribe “whose rural way of life was disappearing because of climate change,” according to a New York Times obituary. While visiting the region, she “spent a day with Kazakh rug makers” and “gave a talk at a village school. “