Private School vs Public School In Nepal


  • First is the language of instruction and communication. In private schools, pupils and teachers are encouraged to speak in English, while in public schools, Nepali is used.
  •  Public schools have little resources, especially in rural areas.
  • Privatization of education in Nepal has resulted in high tuition fees, large class sizes, less qualified teachers and part-time (non-committed) teachers.
  • 95% of students who have passed the see examinations with good marks in private schools while only 40% of students passed the see examination with lower marks in public school.
  • In private schools, Most of the resources are allocated for marketing with attractive school buildings and the well-furnished classroom while encouraging temporary contracts, low salary and long working hours for the teachers.
  • Most of the private schools are expensive while public schools are low cost or free cost.
  • Private schools also focus on extra activities like sports, skills developments while public school has less influence on extra-curricular activities.
  • The competitiveness among students is higher in private schools as compared to public schools.
  • The administration is comparatively strict in private schools and proper disciplines are maintained in comparison to public schools.

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Published on 19, January 2020 by Sandip Adhikari