New school projects inaugurated in Nepal as part of Indian “financial aid” – ThePrint – ANIFeed


Kathmandu [Nepal]Aug 27 (ANI): As part of India-Nepal development cooperation, two school projects in Sunsari district, Nepal were inaugurated on Saturday at a cost of NR48.90 million in aid by the India.

Indian Ambassador to Nepal Naveen Srivastava and Gyanendra Bahadur Karki, Minister of Communications and Information Technology of the Government of Nepal have jointly inaugurated two projects in Sunsari district of Nepal.

The projects are construction of a school, block of hostels and playground for the Nepalese Police Academy in Dharan and construction of a school for the Shree Mahendra Secondary School in Mahendranagar.

“Inauguration of Two School Projects in Sunsari District, Nepal for School Construction, Block & Play Ground Hostel for Nepal Police Academy and School Construction for Secondary School Shree Mahendra built with a grant from the Indian government,” the Indian Embassy in Nepal said in a press release. Release.

These two projects were undertaken by the Sunsari District Coordinating Committee (DCC) with the assistance of the Government of India at a cost of NR48.90 million, as High Impact Community Development Projects (HICDP) under India-Nepal development cooperation.

These are among the 75 projects inaugurated this year in Nepal as part of “India@75 Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” which celebrates 75 years of Indian independence.

Since 2003, India has supported over 532 HICDPs in Nepal and implemented 475 projects in health, education, drinking water, connectivity, sanitation and creation of other public services in the 7 provinces of Nepal at the local level.

Of these, 80 HICDPs are in Province 1, including 12 projects in Sunsari District.

India and Nepal enjoy a multifaceted and multisectoral development partnership that reflects the closeness of the peoples of the two countries. The implementation of this project reflects the Government of India’s continued support for socio-cultural infrastructure and contributes to the development of people-to-people ties. (ANI)

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