Nepal’s famous Actress Karishma Manandhar has enrolled in class 11 at Kitani Secondary School, a community school situated in Godawari, Lalitpur.
Actress Manandhar, who dominated Nepal’s movie industry for one and half decades, passed SEE with Grade B+ this year’s, continues to be living in Godawari with her husband Binod Manandhar and daughter.
Both actress Mannandhar and lawmaker Shanta Chaudhary have shown their joy and happiness for their successes in the Secondary Education Examination.
Karishma passed her SEE from Triveni Public School of Maitidevi, Kathmandu and Shanta Passed SEE from Mahendra Higher Secondary School, Dang.
Speaking with Rising Nepal, Manandhar stated the result was satisfactory to her. “I was a normal student throughout my school day. So, I am happy from this result,” she said.
Manandhar stated she decided to study management in grade 11 and 12.
“I am going to be a regular student of the school in the morning shift,” she said. Likewise, lawmaker Chaudhary declared that she was planning to keep on her education.
But she said she had not determined the college and stream for her further education.
Like Manandhar and Chaudhary, Khagisara Thapa, an NCP leader in Syangja has passed SEE this year.
She passed her SEE from the open high school of Purnamrit Bhawani Secondary School obtaining grade C.
She had ready for the examination at her home with a teacher and her wards.
District committee member of the ruling NCP Thapa said she succeeded to open the primary gate of her education and she would continue her study. Thapa, 50, continues to be in politics since 1997.