There are two Sri Sathya Sai Schools in Nepal, namely the Sri Sathya Sai Shiksha Sadan at Tokha, Kathmandu, and the Sri Sathya Sai Vidyashram, Nadipur, Pokhara.
Both these schools are raised on the five pillars of Truth, Right-conduct, Peace, Love, and Non-Violence, and their chief aim is to foster the very value systems in keeping with the best traditions of the Sathya Sai Education system.
Along with the inculcation of human values, the schools also aim to cultivate awareness for great humanitarian works in the minds of the children. This, coupled with their focus on acquiring inter-disciplinary insight and a spirit of critical inquiry, helps produce students with high degree of discipline and creative vision.
1. Sathya Sai Shiksha Sadan, Tokha, Kathmandu
The Sri Sathya Sai Shiksha Sadan was established in 1996. As of March 2015, it enrolls a total of 461 students, of which 378 are residential. Of the total number of students, the gender ratio is 38.4 percent girls and 61.6 percent boys.
The team consists of thirty-two teaching faculties and twenty-five administrative staffs. Contact numbers are +977-1-5110208, 5110195, 5110163; Mobile: 9841211309; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Sri Sathya Sai Vidyashram, Nadipur, Pokhara
The Sri Sathya Sai Vidyashram was established in 2002. It currently enrolls 255 students. The teaching faculty consists of nineteen teachers (ten female and nine male), all of whom have received training in SSSEHV. In addition, the school also employs seven other staff members to assist in the general administration and management of the school. Contact numbers are +977-61-533666; Mobile: 9856027115; Email: email@example.com