Global School of Science is the best for science studies because of its peaceful environment, experienced and qualified faculty, outstanding system, ECA/CCA for holistic personality development, resourceful lab, along with preparation classes and guest lectures for their further studies.

Global College (Global School of Science) has implemented the practical learning by conducting ECA and CCA activities with different strategies in its teaching through presentation, trainings according to the nature of subject and case studies. Similarly, students have been getting practical information of their studies, through interaction with renowned personalities from different fields.

The cafeteria of the college is in cool environment with hygienic food within a reasonable price.


Hostel facilities for students is under construction, very soon students will be benefited with this.

Different games are available to students, which are as follows:

  1. Chess (Boys and Girls)
  2. Basketball (Boys and Girls
  3. Badminton {Boys and Girls (Single and Double)}
  4. Table Tennis {Boys and Girls (Single and Double)}
  5. Volleyball (Boys and Girls)


Yes, there is a provision of outdoor games too. Some of them are as follows:

  • Football
  • Futsal
  • Cricket
  • Athletic


GC (Global School of Science) has been conducting enormous ECA and CCA activities some of major programs are as follows:

  1. Orientation Program
  2. Art Competition
  3. GC Sports Meet
  4. Singing Competition
  5. Welcome Program
  6. Farewell Program
  7. Poem Competition
  8. Public Speaking Competition
  9. Result Distribution
  10. Saraswoti Puja
  11. Field Visit
  12. Picnic
  13. Teacher's Day
  14. Parents/Guardians Meeting
  15. Dance Competition
  16. Quiz Contest
  17. Presentation Competition
  18. Career Counselling
  19. Case Analysis Competition
  20. Achievements
  21. GC Model UN
  22. Explore Idea
  23. Social Service
  24. GC Spark Publication
  25. Book Making Competition
  26. Newspaper Making Competition
  27. GC Summer Basketball
  28. GC Summer Futsal
  29. Report Writing
  30. Training
    1. Poem Writing
    2. Public Speaking
    3. Anchoring
    4. Coursera
    5. Calligraphy

GC Bus routes 


Route 1 

  •  Kapan - Kharibot - Faikachowk – Tenzing Chowk – Mahankal Ukalo – Bhitkuti chowk – Sarswoti  marg – Durga marg – Nilo micro stop – Aakashe dhara – Milanchowk – Narayangopal chowk – sattalle – khola bato – Gopikrishna – Chabel – Gausala - Back to GC

Route 2 

  • Boudha gate – Pipal bot – Arab bank – Jorpati – Dakchhin dhoka – mulpani cricket Ground– Khola bato – Pool gauridhara - Mitra park – Gausala - Back to GC


Route 3 

  • Budanilkantha – Ghumti – Etalitar – Hattigauda – Special Chowk – Niuro hospital – Chakrapath – Mandikhatar – Dhumbarahi mandir – Pipal bot – Hadigaun – Bhatbhateni – Tangal – Bhagbati Mandir  – kalopool – purano baneswor -  to GC


Route 4 

  • Sanobharyang – Banasthali – Balaju – Balaju baipass - Gongabu –Nepaltar danda Ganu(Day) - Basundhara – Maharajganj – Samakhusi – Chakrapath / Teaching BaluwatarChabehil – Gausala – GC


Route 5 

  • Grandy Hospita – Samakhusi to GC 


Route 6 

  • Syuchatara – Bafal – Sitapaila – Chhauni – Tahachal – Tankeshowr – Dallu – Dallu pool – Dhalku – Khusibu – Sorakhutte – Lainchaur – Jamal – GC(Day) 


Route 7 

  • Thankot – Naikap - Dhungeadda – Kalanki – Ravibhawan – kalimati – kuleswor - kalimati - Teku - Tripureswor- GC


Route 8 

  • Kritipur Bhatkepati – balkhu – Dhovighat – Sanepa Chowk - Ekantakunna – Nakhhu Pool – Bhaisipati gate – Back to ekantakunna – Jyawulakhel – Pulchowk – Kupandol – maiti ghar – New baneswor – GC


Route 9 

  • Kadaghari Gandi Chowk – Suncity apartment - Force stop – Pepsi cola – Jadibuti – Koteswor – Baneswor – GC


Route 10 

  • Siddhipokhari – Chyamasing – Kamalbinayak – Jagati – Suryabinayak Sallaghari – Shreejana Nagar – Radheradhe thimi – Naya thimi – Gadhaghar – Kausaltar – Balkot chowk – Back to kausaltar – lokanthali – Koteswor – Tinkunne – Baneswor – GC 


Route 11 

  •  Duwakot KMC –  Purano thimi – Sano thimi– Pepsicola  - Jadibuti – Koteshwor – Tinkunne – tinkunne petrol pump – Sinamangal – KMC hospital - Old Baneshwor – GC


Route 12 

  • Ekantakunna Mahalaxmisthan Lalitpur – Chapagaun dobato – Satdobato - Sumero hospital – GEMS school – Back to Satdobato – gworko – Imadol Krishna mandir – Back to gworko - Balkumari – Kholabato Minbhawan - GC

According to the nature of their course students get regular field visits, factory visits, tour, picnic, IT park visit, picnic and so on.

GC (Global School of Science)   provides unfailingly updated library facility as most prioritized learning resource center developed to assisting teaching-learning process. There are wide collections of texts and reference books relating different subdivisions of science and technology, encyclopedias, dictionaries, periodicals, journals, magazines, bulletins, multimedia and soft learning devices. Along with physical resources, the school has converted the library with an installation of advance digital and e-learning systems connected to a wide range of learning resources providing the end users an unlimited access to global learning networks, web-media resources, learning platforms and virtual disseminations of scientific publications like research journals and other different media of knowledge.

GC library has a highly equipped. The library aims at meeting the requirements of students, teachers, staffs with English & Nepali friction books (Stories, Poetry, Drama, Literary, Classics, Thriller, Romance, Anthology, Crime, Scientific etc.) Non-friction books (Motivational, Biography, Auto Biography, Self-help, Adventure, Literature, History, Memoir, Sports, Leadership, Business, Management, Spirituality, Philosophy, Religious etc.) Course books, reference books, Magazines, Daily newspapers as well as journals. Beside, we have e-library and online resources with computer facility.

Surely Yes!   Each room of GC (Global School of Science) has audio visual facility with multimedia projector along with a computer at least 10% to 20% of each subject be taught by using multimedia projector with PowerPoint presentation.


•        Highest scorer in an average of SEE GPA, entrance and interview at GC (1)

Admission and monthly fee 100% off.

•        Underprivileged, Dalit, Aadibasi Janajati, Madheshi, Remote area and Financially poor group* (6)

Admission and monthly fee 100% off.

•        GPA between 3.2-3.59 in SEE**:

Admission fee 25% off.

•        GPA between 3.6-3.69 in SEE**:

Admission fee 50% off, and monthly fee 20% off.

•        GPA between 3.7-3.79 in SEE**:

Admission fee 50% off and monthly fee 30% off.

•        GPA between 3.8-3.89 in SEE**:

Admission fee 100% off, annual fee 30% off and monthly fee 50% off.

•        GPA between 3.9-3.94 in SEE**:

Admission fee 100% off, annual fee 75% off and monthly fee 80% off.

•        GPA between 3.95 and above in SEE**:

Admission fee 100% off, annual fee 100% off and monthly fee 80% off.

•        NEB Exams First Position Holder at GC in grade XI***:

Tuition fee 100% off for one year in grade XII.

•        NEB Exams Second Position Holder at GC in grade XI***:

Tuition fee 75% off for one year in grade XII.

•        NEB Exams Third Position Holder at GC in grade XI***:

Tuition fee 50% off for one year in grade XII.

•        Term Exams First Position Holder at GC in grade XI:

Tuition fee 60% off for three months.

•        Term Exams Second Position Holder at GC in grade XI:

Tuition fee 40% off for three months.

•        Term Exams Third Position Holder at GC in grade XI:

Tuition fee 20% off for three months.

•        GC Excellence Award to the highest scorer in average of Grade XI and XII in NEB exams***

Trophy with Cash Prize

•        GC Best Student of the batch (Boys and Girls)

Trophy with Cash Prize



• In case of repetition of scholarship to a single candidate under different criteria, single scholarship will be valid for highest value.

• Scholarship is subject to discontinuation in the next session if the recipient student is unable to maintain his/her academic position and also discipline of Global College.

* Student must:

– belong to the particular community;

– have NEB recommendation letter;

– have highest marks among the applicants;

– submit the proof of economically poor.

** The Global College reserves the right to fix the quota as per the requirement.

*** The Global College reserves the right to evaluate the academic score by considering the marks of internal & board examination.

According to the amenities provided, the fee are fixed and adjusted, where students and parents have been enjoying their investment with happiness and satisfaction. 

GC (Global School of Science)  has been affiliated to the NEB.

Faculty are experienced and qualified. Each has got more than 60% in their master’s degree along with minimum five years of teaching experience.

Yes, Science is a subject with open scope meaning that you can go for any subject in any faculty e.g. BSC and  MSC physics, biology, technology engineering etc. law, management e.g. BHM, BTTM  BBA, and others on completion of +2 in science. 

Science is a highly demanding subject that guarantees the graduates not only of rich knowledge but also prosperous career as a doctor, engineer, researcher, professor and many more…

You should first choose physical group with computer science as an elective subject. 

You will not be allowed to study physics, engineering, mathematics in master’s degree if you don’t have mathematics in plus 2. 

You have to choose the biology group in plus 2 in order to pursue MBBS in future. 

Yes, there are uncountable career prospects in Nepal for students studying science granted that you complete in good grades and have successfully enhanced skills in different subjects of science from +2.  

There is no limit with a single career after successful completion of studies in science. However, graduates of science do get the best in medical and pharmaceutical sector, civil, mechanical and IT engineering, computer and information technology sector, forestry, agriculture, herbal science and similar highly demanding technology sectors. 

Yes, students on completion of +2 in science are often selected for scholarship to pursue university level abroad and also in the universities running international courses in Nepal.   

In government sector, science graduates work as doctors, nurses, medical consultants and directors of hospitals, health and environment and ministry for information technology and their national, regional and local offices. In the non-government sector, science graduates can find a job to work in the non-government organizations (NGOs) and I international non-government organizations (INGOs) in private sectors in designations e.g. hydro engineers, agro-industry experts, chemists, doctors, IT experts and consultants, pilots, astronauts, environment experts and researchers and many more…

We have all the laboratories e.g. physics, biology and chemistry and computer laborites for practical. Yes there are field visits as per the subject matter. 

Difficulty in studying science is an individual matter however, getting right meaning of and presenting the theoretical and numerical principles in answering the exam questions would be scaled as most difficult aspects that students need to be clever to memory. 

Yes, there are a lot of fields for science graduates to explore entrepreneur career e.g. in hospital businesses, mineral industries, ICT and computer business, businesses based on food and beverage sciences and many more. 

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