Nepal appears to have made educational progress in the present. However, the traditional resources and teaching techniques, unequal access and cost, and the existence of continually disregarded communities and social groupings all contribute to the fundamental flaws in the education system. As a result, there is a significant accomplishment difference between pupils studying in major urban regions like Kathmandu and Pokhara and those from other places (which we estimate to be above 50%, a sampling estimation due to the absence of data). The rate of labor emigration, the poverty rate, the gap in intergenerational advancement, and other measures of economic development can all be observed to be affected by this gap. We aim to fill that gap.