Butwal

The town of Butwal, located in the Lumbini zone of Nepal, is one of the most important strategic points in the trade sector of Nepal. Connecting the capital city of Kathmandu to India, which has open borders through the town of Mani gram, Butwal plays a major role in the functioning of the trade route of Nepal. The highways connect it to the Northern and Southern Nepal and it has become a trade centre with large market areas, supermarkets and business opportunities It also has industries of plastics, confectioners, steel, cotton etc and has become more than self sufficient through the local products. The Butwal Industrial estate is the third largest financial

estate after Kathmandu, and overlooks all the financial and real estate transactions in the city and is suburbs.

Throughout history, Butwal has served as a great connecting city to the terrains of Terai and the kingdom of Awadh. It played a very important part in the British annexation of Awadh and has boasts of tales of bravery of their kings, especially king Ujurshing. Apart from its major role in the enhancement of trade in Nepal, Butwal has also acted as a great center for education. It is one of the well renowned education hubs of the Lumbini zone of Nepal, with 4 reputed colleges, a few Private colleges and a number of schools. It also boasts on the performance of students with an average score better than anywhere in the country. With a number of educational institutions giving opportunities of higher studies in Engineering, Medicine, Fine Arts and Commerce and Management, Butwal functions as a viable option for healthcare to the rural hilly areas neighbouring the city.

Universal Education Network Pvt. Ltd, which is located in Butwal Bazar, Province 5, Nepal, is one of the global partner and sister organisation of University Admissions Networks.