Nepal opens new school with ‘financial aid’ from India


The Affairs in Charge of the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu, Namgya C. Khampa, has inaugurated the new school building of Shree Arwa Bijaya Secondary School at Pokhara Metropolitan City-13, Dhand Bensi, Kaski District as part of financial assistance from the Indian government, the embassy said in a statement. The estimated cost of the project is NRs 36.30 million and it started as a high impact community development project under India-Nepal development cooperation in the education sector.

According to the official statement, it is one of the 75 projects inaugurated this year in Nepal within the framework of “India@75 Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” which celebrates 75 years of independence of India. The implementation of this school illustrates the continued support of the Government of India in addition to the efforts of the Government of Nepal to create infrastructure in priority sectors such as education.

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. Nepal at the local level. Of these, 57 HICDPs are in Gandaki Pradesh, including 11 completed projects in Kaski district. India and Nepal are embarking on a multi-faceted and multi-sectoral development partnership that reflects the closeness of the peoples of the two countries since time immemorial, the final declaration reads. (ANI)

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