In 2007 (2064 BS), Dhaulagiri Deaf Residential Secondary School was established in Baglung Municipality, Baglung Bazar, Baglung District, Gandaki Pradesh, Nepal, as an inclusive community operated formal deaf school. This is an authority given by the Baglung District Office of Education (DEO) and associated with the Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT).
It offers three years of Computer Engineering Diploma under the 2017 TECS curriculum and under the School Management Committee. Initially, in 2007 A.D., it opened with 24 deaf students and now the school consists of 230 total students, with 207 deaf and 23 hearing students. They are all residential and 40 students from diverse districts and 1 Indian student, as well as getting a regular free education.Free meals, uniforms, and stationery are issued by the school. The government of Nepal regularly awards 6 million scholarship funds annually and also provides wages for 14 students, 2 accountants, 1 hostel manager, 5 caretakers, 1 nurse, and 1 cab.
Classrooms, hostel, cafeteria, computing laboratory, scientific laboratory, multimedia, conference hall, freeship, counselling, extracurricular activities (ECA), athletics, counselling, conference, excursion educational tours, and scholarship facilities are offered by Dhaulagiri Deaf Residential Secondary School (DDRSS)