Nepal: schools built with India’s help inaugurated

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Two new schools built with Indian help have been inaugurated in the Sarlahi district of Nepal.

Two new schools built with Indian help have been inaugurated in the Sarlahi district of Nepal.

As part of financial aid from India, two new schools were inaugurated Thursday in the Sarlahi district of Nepal. The two schools were Shree Bal Govind Janta Upper Secondary School in Pipariya, Kabilasi-2 and Shree Janta Secondary School in Netragunj, Lalbandi-1, according to the Indian Embassy.

The embassy also said the schools were built at a cost of Rs. 6.94 million and Rs. 15.94 million respectively in financial aid from the Indian government.

Why were schools needed?

The embassy further said, “The existing schools in the area only had primary education facilities. The Shree Janta Upper Secondary School in Netraganj is also used for management education and teaching. technical.”

The statement went on to point out the need for the newly developed schools, “In addition, as the area is densely populated, it is difficult for the existing infrastructure to meet the educational needs of children in the area.

He added, “The new school buildings would create an improved environment for learning in the rural area and contribute to the development of education in the district.

The school buildings have been classified as a High Impact Community Development Project (HICDP) and were constructed under an agreement between India and Nepal and the Sarlahi District Coordinating Committee.

Other development projects initiated by India

A total of 523 HICDPs have been undertaken by India in Nepal.

Of these, 461 projects have reached completion status and 58 projects are in Province 2, including 20 in Sarlahi District.

Apart from this, 38 ambulances were donated to various health posts as well as a school bus for Sarlahi district.

The embassy further said that India and Nepal share unique ties of friendship and cooperation as well as a multidimensional and multisectoral development partnership.

The Embassy also noted that the creation of educational infrastructure reflects the continued commitment of the Government of India to complement the efforts of the Government of Nepal to create and increase infrastructure in priority sectors.

(With ANI inputs)

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