his list provides the list of various educational institutions in city of Rajbiraj, Saptari District, Nepal .
Rajbiraj is home to several educational institutions for pre-primary, primary, secondary, high-secondary, senior-secondary, graduate and post-graduate studies. Rajbiraj is an educational hub of Eastern Region of Nepal. The important point to note in the list is significant rise of Nursing colleges & +2 colleges in the city which attracts the student from neighbour district & Eastern region of Nepal.
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Rajbiraj (Nepali: राजविराज) (/ˈərɑːdʒbɪərdʒ/) is a mid-sized municipality in south-eastern Nepal established in 1950s. It is the headquarters of Sagarmatha Zone and Saptari District. Rajbiraj was declared municipality in 1959.
Rajbiraj is one of the few cities given the status of municipality when Nepal's monarchy was restored in the 1950s. Rajbiraj is the first city of Nepal to be urban planned. The Nepal government plans to develop it as a model city. The city is now recognized as an educational capital of Eastern Nepal with various schools and colleges opening.
The city also has an old history with the ruins and stone samples from local Rajdevi Temple dating back to 4th century AD
According to the National Population Census of 2011, Rajbiraj's population was 37,738, of which male and female are 19,684 and 18,054 respectively. The effective literacy rate was 79.71%, with male literacy at 88.40% and female literacy at 70.24%. The data on religion in 2011 showed Hinduism as the majority religion. Most people follow Hinduism as a religion. The Hindu population accounts for 87%, Muslim 10.89%, Jains 1.26% and Sikhs 0.64%. The city has also community of Muslims along with Sikhs, Jains and Buddhists. Rajbiraj is situated within one of the most ethnically diverse regions of Nepal, and the rural hinterland is home to a diverse cross section of Terai communities consisting of KayasthaDas[disambiguation needed], Joshi, Poudel, Shrestha, koirala, Thapa, Thapaliya, Rajdhoves, Gautam[disambiguation needed], Muslim, Brahmin, Rajput, Marwari, Tharu, Badhai, Lohar, Sonar Dhanuk.
his list provides the list of various educational institutions in city of Rajbiraj, Saptari District, Nepal . Rajbiraj is home to several ...