Nepal: Indian diplomat inaugurates school built with Indian government grant

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Prashant Kumar Sona, Second Secretary, Indian Embassy, ​​on Sunday inaugurated a school building and hostel for Shree Ghanteshwar Secondary School in Doti district of Nepal with financial assistance from the Indian government. The project was undertaken at a cost of NRs 9.69 million under India-Nepal development cooperation in the education sector as a community development project, according to the statement released by the embassy.

It is one of the 75 projects inaugurated this year in Nepal as part of “India@75 Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” which celebrates 75 years of Indian independence. Shree Ghanteshwar Secondary School is established in Jorayal-4 Rural Municipality, Kundikot, Doti District with over 650 students. The new infrastructure created for this school will provide an environment conducive to learning.

Since 2003, India has undertaken more than 527 High Impact Community Development (HIDP) projects in Nepal and completed 470 projects in health, education, clean water, connectivity, sanitation and the establishment of other public services in the 7 provinces of Nepal. at the grassroots level. Out of this total, 34 HICDPs are in Sudurpashchim province, including 3 projects in Doti district, according to an official statement from the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu.

India and Nepal enjoy a multifaceted and multisectoral development partnership that reflects the close ties between the two countries. The implementation of these projects reflects the continued commitment of the Government of India to complement the efforts of the Government of Nepal to create infrastructure in priority sectors including education.

Earlier last week, Karun Bansal, First Secretary of the Indian Embassy, ​​inaugurated three school buildings, including Shree Secondary School, Buddhabhumi Municipality in Kapilvastu District, and two other buildings in the Shivbhari Secondary School and Shree Janaki Higher Secondary School, Maharajgunj Municipality. -9 in Kapilvastu district, Nepal, under the assistance of the Indian government. The buildings were constructed at a cost of NR34.00 million and NR59.20 million respectively under the India-Nepal development program in the education sector as a community development project, according to the release. published by the Indian Embassy. (ANI)

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