12 Beautiful Memories Of Every Nepali Student Who Attended Government Schools 6 comments


There are some life incidents which you never forget, school days are among them. Here we present a dozen things which are very hard to forget by the students who went to government schools in Nepal.

 

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1 MAAI COMIN SIR?

We all had been there, standing in front of door and asking permission to enter the class. Funny thing is most of us even did not know how to pronounce it, forget about its meaning. Which actually means ‘May I come in sir?’

 

2 THAT FANCY STUFF OVER THE NECK WHICH WE NEVER HAD  ‘TIE’

One major thing that differentiated private and public school  students was that amazing stuff over the neck ‘tie.’ Unfortunately, we government school students could never had an opportunity to put that magical stuff.

 

3 SPORTS MEANS VOLLEYBALL

Almost everywhere

 

4 THOSE TERMINOLOGIES WHICH YOU REMEMBER ALL YOUR LIFE

Anka Ganit, Bij Ganit, Jyamit, Samajik Shikshya, Sadharan Yentra, Uttolak, Amla ra Kshaar, Ekik Niyam, Saadhya. Need I say more?

 

5 THAT BRANDED SCHOOL UNIFORM ‘AAKASHE RANG KO SHIRT RA NILO PANT/FROCK’

Exceptional are always there with white shirt in some schools.

 

6 RAINY DAY FUN DAY

‘La ketaharu aaja pani paryo, pahdai hunna’ best sentence you ever heard from teacher 🙂 And you spent whole day chatting with friends and hearing noise of the raindrops over the roof of tin.

 

7 YOU HARDLY CARRIED BAG FOR THE BOOKS

It was cool to carry just a couple of books in hand 🙂

 

8 OPT MATH? OHOO KASTO TAKADA BIDHYAARTHI 😀

Choosing Optional Math’s better known as OPT was being one sign of top class student.

 

9 PUTTING ON SHOES WAS CLASSY SO WE JUST WENT ON CHAPPALS

You hardly knew anyone wearing shoes, most of the students just came on sandals, some of us even had a string ‘chappal chudeko bela banne dhago’

 

10 ENGLISH TEACHER IS A SUPERMAN

We treated him very differently just because he could speak English.

 

11 YOU FELT SO HUNGRY AT HALF-CHHUTTI BUT YOU HARDLY CARRY ANYTHING FOR TIFFIN

This also has to be blamed for our eating culture, having two heavy meals in the morning and evening but not much in lunch.

 

12 THAT LAZY FEELING ON 1ST DAY AFTER ‘BARKHE BIDA’ WHEN YOU ARE ASKED TO CLEAN SCHOOL’S SURROUNDINGS (JHAR UKHELNE KAAM)

 

HAVE YOU GOT BETTER MEMORIES? SHARE WITH US BELOW 🙂

 

by @mikkoBH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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