Biratnagar

What is Biratnagar known for?


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;. *"Operation Ganesh out, place hijack plan in". Education Biratnagar is the centre of education in the eastern Development Region of Nepal. People in Biratnagar are more inclined to education followed by business, industry and politics although Biratnagar was politically very active in the past. The teaching medium of education is English in all the private schools, colleges and universities whereas Nepali is the medium of instruction in government schools up to secondary level. Beside this, There are few Indian international school, college & universities, which have branch in Nepal too. These institute also offer scholarship for various course such as - Medical, Engineering,IT, Para-medical,10+2 .There is Govt. Recognised University, Purbanchal University.( UnderTaken Of Nepal Govt.) Purbanchal University is the Second Largest University in Nepal in terms of Number of Students. Around 25,000 students study in Purbanchal University in various Fields like Engineering, Management, Education, Information Technology, etc. '''International School & Medical College:''' '''Universities and Colleges:''' *Purbanchal University * Mahendra Morang Multiple Campus, (affiliated to the Tribhuvan University) * Tribhuvan University Post Graduate College * Purbanchal University Management College '''Medical Colleges:''' * TUIOM, Nursing Campus Biratnagar (Affiliated to Tribhuvan University). * Nepal Homeopathic Medical College (Affiliated to Purbanchal University) * Nobel Medical College,Kanchanbari (Affiliated to Kathmandu University) http: www.nobelmedicalcollege.com * Birat Medical College and Teaching Hospital,Tankisinwari,Biratnagar,Nepal. '''Engineering Colleges:''' * Purbanchal university school of Engineering and Technology (PUSET) * Eastern College of Engineering, EASCOLL, Biratnagar . '''Higher Secondary Schools and Colleges:''' *Modern Era higher secondary school *Sirjana Gyankunja Higher Secondary School *Mills Madhyamik Viddyalaya, Biratnagar-20 *Gautam Buddha Higher Secondary School *Arniko Higher Secondary School *Bal Kalyan Vidya Mandir Secondary School bkvm http: WWW.bkvmschool.com *Bhanu Memorial English Boarding School *Birat Science Campus *Budhanilakantha Boarding School *Birat College of Management *College of Business and Social StudiesCollege *DAV College (Dedraj Sewali Devi Todi) * Devkota Memorial Higher Secondary School *Kanchanjungha Higher Secondary School, Bhumi Prasasan *Koshi College *Kritika Education and Health Foundation *Lord Buddha College *Manokamana Higher Secondary School *Mahendra Secondary High School *Merryland Higher Secondary School *Model College *Janak memorial boarding school *National Academy of Science and Commerce *Orchid College *Shree Gograha Higher Secondary School *Shree Janta Model Higher Secondary School *Shree Satya Narayan Higher Secondary School *Shikshadeep Higher Secondary School,Neel Sadan " www.facebook.com shikshadeep " *South Asian School of Tourism and Hotel Management *St. Joseph's Higher Secondary School *Zenith International College *Management campus *Shree Ram Higher Secondary Boarding School, mills area '''Secondary Schools:''' *Shree Sagarmatha Secondary Boarding School,Panchali * Godavari Secondary English School, Brt-7 *Namuna Vidya Mandir Secondary School *Aadarsha Vidya Mandir *Arniko Boarding School *Azalea Boarding School *Balmiki Secondary English Medium School *Shree Mills Secondary School, Brt-20 *Lord Buddha English School *Jaycee Bal Sadan, Brt-17 *Birat co-operative * Birat Children Academy, Biratnagar-2 *Bright Angels'Secondary School *Budhanilkantha English Boarding School *Nawa Tara English School *DAV School (Dedraj Sewali Devi Todi) *Deokota Memorial School *Don Bosco School(nilgiri) *DPS Biratnagar *Eden National Secondary Boarding School *Everest English Borading School *Galaxy Public High School *Kanchanjungha English School, Bhumi Prasasan *Koshi Vidya Mandir *Shree Annapurna Academy *Shree Saraswati Madhyamik Vidyalya *Siddhartha Sishu Sadan *St. Joseph's Boarding School *Crescent Public School *Jamia Islamia Secondary School *Bal Kalyan Vidhya Mandhir *Malabika English Boarding School *Graded English Medium Secondary School *Paragon Academy *Kanchanjunga Academy *Purwanchal Biddya Sadan Secondary School, Veterinary line *Vinayak Boarding Secondary School, Biratnagar-16 Economy, Trade and Commerce The main economy of Biratnagar comes from business and industry. Biratnagar exports instant noodles, biscuits and garments to India and some other cities of Nepal. It also exports some garments to USA and some European countries. Biratnagar imports machinery, vehicles, computers, iron, steel, etc. from India and clothes, slippers, shoes, etc. from China. Biratnagar Sugar Mill and Biratnagar Jute Mill are the biggest industries of Biratnagar. Biratnagar has always been the center of business and commerce in Nepal. Biratnagar is also known as the industrial capital city of Nepal. Due too such high business in whole nepal,and facilities the gov of nepal planning it to make capital of TERAI or MADHESH and PURWANCHAL. Recreation and entertainment There are many places in Biratnagar to hang out. A lot of ''melas'' (fairs) are organized at various times of the year where people from all factions of society come to enjoy the rides and swings. Although very few national tournaments are organized here, many regional soccer tournaments can be observed in the city stadium ground. There are many recreational parks ,movies libraries dotted around the city. Recently various Yoga ''Shivir'' or centres have been built by public bodies. The city is also musically healthy. The 1st modern rapper of Nepal i.e Girish Khatiwada was from Biratnagar itself. Communications The Following TV and FM Stations are in Biratnagar: * BFM 91.2 * Sky FM 106.6 * Koshi FM 94.3 * Radio Purbeli Aawaz 98.4 * Makalu TV * Jagriti FM 87.9 * Purbanchal 104.4 * Radio Chamatkaar Among them Radio Jagriti and Radio Purbanchal are Community radio Stations. Banking The following banking facilities and ATM's are available in the town: * Nepal Bank Limited * Rastriya Banijya Bank * Agriculture Development Bank (Agricultural Development Bank of Nepal) * Biratlaxmi Bikas Bank Ltd. * Nepal Bangladesh Bank * Himalayan Bank Limited * Nabil Bank * Nepal SBI Bank * Standard Chartered Bank * Bank of Asia Nepal Ltd. * Prime Bank Wikipedia:Biratnagar


special national

Biratnagar, Nepal - - align right 4. Biratnagar align right 129.388 align right 166.674 align right 168.331 Morang (Morang District) - '''March 13, 1947 :''' Launched a massive countrywide anti-Rana demonstration. Started labour movement and strike in Jute Mill in Biratnagar which was led by Late Girija Prasad Koirala, the ex-Prime Minister and the ex-Party President. '''May 23, 1957 :''' Special National Convention held at Biratnagar, Bishweshwar


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* Biratnagar *Homepage * * News Category:Biratnagar Category:Morang District Category:Populated places in Morang District Category:Transit and customs posts along the India–Nepal border Category:Populated places in Mithila, Nepal - BIR VNVT Biratnagar Airport


famous view

and is surrounded with hills and Bhedetar is famous view point. Religious fare Biratnagar is equally famous for its high-spirited festival celebration. In Dashain, Nepal's biggest festival, large number of people including young persons visit the Kali Mandir, a temple that lies in the heart of the town. Also famous is Tihar (Tihar (festival)), festival of lights, when the residents line their homes with diyo (an earthen oil lamp), candles and decorative electrical lamps during the two days


community development

, there are 22 agreed transit and customs posts along the Nepal-India border for the purposes of trade. These are: 1. Pashupatinagar (Pashupatinagar, Mechi) Sukhiapokhari (Sukhiapokhri) 2.Kakarbhitta (Kankarbhitta) Naxalbari (Naxalbari (community development block)) (Panitanki) 3. Bhadrapur (Bhadrapur, Mechi) Galgalia 4. Biratnagar Jogbani 5. Setobandha Bhimnagar (Bhimnagar, Supaul) 6. '''Rajbiraj''' Kunauli 7. Siraha, Janakpur (Siraha) Jainagar, Bihar

and customs posts along the Nepal-India border for the purposes of trade. These are: 1. Pashupatinagar (Pashupatinagar, Mechi) Sukhiapokhari (Sukhiapokhri) 2.Kakarbhitta (Kankarbhitta) Naxalbari (Naxalbari (community development block)) (Panitanki) 3. Bhadrapur (Bhadrapur, Mechi) Galgalia 4. Biratnagar Jogbani 5. Setobandha Bhimnagar (Bhimnagar, Supaul) 6. Rajbiraj Kunauli 7. Siraha, Janakpur (Siraha) Jayanagar (Jainagar, Bihar) 8

website http: www.purbanuniv.edu.np Border crossing While India and Nepal have an open border with no restrictions on the movement of people on either side, there are 22 agreed transit and customs posts along the Nepal-India border for the purposes of trade. These are: 1. Pashupatinagar (Pashupatinagar, Mechi) Sukhiapokhari (Sukhiapokhri) 2.Kakarbhitta (Kankarbhitta) Naxalbari (Naxalbari (community development block)) (Panitanki) 3. Bhadrapur (Bhadrapur, Mechi) Galgalia


prominent books

of districts of India District is on the Indian side, where a rail line ends. There are direct trains from there to Katihar, Kolkata and New Delhi. A rail extension to Biratnagar has been proposed and surveyed. *'''Intracity:''' Cycle rickshaws and taxis serve the city center. Auto rickshaws (Tempos) are available for longer distances outside the center. Art & Literature Biratnagar has been the ground for several literary works. Some of the prominent books in Nepali


sweet made

the Rath Yatra (the Cart Journey). Chhath (Devanagari: छठ, छठी, छठ पर्व, छठ पुजा, डाला छठ, डाला पुजा, सुर्य षष्ठी)important Hindu festival and only Vedic Festival dedicated to the Hindu Sun God, Surya and Chhathi Maiya (ancient Vedic Goddess Usha)is also celebrated in Biratnagar. 5 The Chhath Puja is performed in order to thank Surya(the sun) for sustaining life on earth and to request the granting of certain wishes. On the pooja day they collect fruits and prepare thekwa(sweet made


agricultural place

industrial powerhouse. It is located on the Gangetic plains and the land is very fertile. Hence, Biratnagar has traditionally been an agricultural hub and many of its industries are based on agriculture. It also touches the border with India and is a major centre for cross-border trade and commerce. Biratnagar is a good hub for tourism purpose nearby. It is an agricultural place because it lies in Terai region which is also called the granary of Nepal. History The old name of Biratnagar was Gograha Bazaar. In 1914 AD, Colonel Jit Bahadur Khatri, the district governor, laid the foundations of modern Biratnagar by moving the hospital, post office, jail and the customs, land registry, forestry and auditor offices to Gograha Bazaar from Rangeli, the district capital of Morang at the time. Wikipedia:Biratnagar


good music

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industry education

align right 166,674 agro-industry, education, trade transport Hub - Political activism M.K. Nepal joined the communist movement in 1969 . In the underground struggle, he used party names such as 'Subodh', 'Sunil', 'Ranjan' and 'Bibek'. In 1971 he became a district committee member of the Nepal Revolutionary Organisation (Marxist-Leninist). At a conference held in Biratnagar June 7–8, 1975, M.K. Nepal was elected as a bureau member of the All Nepal

Biratnagar

'''Biratnagar''' ( ) is a Sub-Metropolitan City (List of cities in Nepal) located in south-east Nepal, the country's first largest city with total area of 58.48 km 2 and population of 261,125 according to National Population Census 2011. It is connected to indian transportation like railway roadways etc. Biratnagar is the hometown of many influential leaders in Nepalese politics including the Koirala family and others. The city and its suburbs are Nepal's industrial powerhouse. It is located on the Gangetic plains and the land is very fertile. Hence, Biratnagar has traditionally been an agricultural hub and many of its industries are based on agriculture. It also touches the border with India and is a major centre for cross-border trade and commerce. Biratnagar is a good hub for tourism purpose nearby. It is an agricultural place because it lies in Terai region which is also called the granary of Nepal.

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