The town and neighbouring villages have easy access to education. The oldest schools in the town are Government Senior Secondary School, Government Senior Secondary School (Girls) and Bhartiya Public Senior Secondary School (earlier Bhartiya Public High School andArya Samaj Mandir).

There have been several advances in education since 2003 and many new private schools have come up in area, some noteworthy being Shanti Niketan Senior Secondary School, Gurukul Public Senior Secondary School, Crescent Senior Secondary School, Ascent Senior Secondary School, New Crescent Senior Secondary School and Mount Maurya International School. Mount Maurya International School is first and only CBSE pattern school in the region. The increase in competition between schools has led to increase in facilities provided by schools (e.g. Commution) and hence children in a much wider region now have access to better education.

There has been reasonable progress in the higher education sector in the area and but most of higher education aspirants prefer to move to bigger cities and other states for graduation and post-graduation.A university has been established under Tibetan Children’s Villages project near the Tibetan settlement in village Chauntra, exclusively for Tibetan students in exile. The university provides education for Tibetan students in various disciplines including Tibetan language, Tibetan culture and various forms of arts and science.

Important institutions are:-

  • Ayurveda University (proposed, one campus also at Paprola)
  • Rajeev Gandhi Memorial Degree College
  • HP Revenue Training Institute
  • Govt. B. Pharma College (being mentored at Herbal Garden)
  • Himalayan Group of Institution’s Nursing College
  • Ayurvedic Research Institute & Herbal Garden
  • Neelam College of Education
  • Industrial Training Institute
  • Prajapati Brahmakumari Ishwariya Vishwavidyalaya Rajyoga & Meditation Center
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