About The School
Sainik Awasiya Mahavidyalaya is an undergraduate college founded in 1976 with a joint investment of Nepali Army and the Tribhuvan University. Established in a serene and idyllic location at Sallaghari of Bhaktapur district, BSAM runs classes from grades IV to XII. It conducts classes in Arts and Science faculties under the Tribhuvan University and intermediate level classes in Management under the Higher Secondary Education Board (HSEB). It is entirely funded by the Welfare Fund of the Nepali Army and offers learning opportunities to the children of the Nepalese Army and those of the civilians from across the country.
Expanded in an area of 587 ropanies of land, BSAM boasts of sound physical infrastructure and offers excellent facilities which include boys’ hostels, well-stocked libraries, well-equipped science and language labs, transportation to girl students, a swimming pool, teacher quarters and impressive play grounds. Dedicated to excellence in teaching, it provides a creative, nurturing environment where students can become the best individuals possible and make a positive difference in various important quarters of the society.
The MahaVidyalaya is now a big family with 1, 599 students (1028 boys and 571 girls), 89 teachers and 129 non-teaching staff. BSAM has always been committed to providing quality education through learning experiences designed to develop students’ intellectual abilities, as well as social, moral, cultural and ethical values.