BUTWAL, May 15 -- Sadhana Women's School in Butwal, which was established 13 years ago, is on the verge of collapse due to financial crisis. The school management is now having a hard time managing remuneration for the school's teachers and employees.

The women's school runs classes up to grade 10. Among the school's 12 employees, only two are hired by the government and the school has to manage remunerations for its 10 employees.

Sabitra Aryal, chairperson of the school management committee, said that the school has been managing the remunerations through donations and volunteer service by the teachers.

"It is impractical to ask teachers to work on a voluntary basis, but we don't have funds to pay them salaries. We are forced to ask t...