Nepal launches educational facility built with Indian help
Update: May 18, 2019 7:22 PM STI
Kathmandu [Nepal], May 18 (ANI): Nepal on Saturday inaugurated an educational facility in Udayapur district which was built with the help of India.
The Shree Narad Adarsha Education Campus was built with the assistance of the Indian government amounting to (Nepalese Rupees) NR. 30.20 million.
The institution was established in 1971 as a secondary school and was later transformed into a campus in 2003. It is affiliated with Tribhuvan University (TU) in Kathmandu and receives around 135 students each year. About 70 percent of the total students are girls.
The institution offers a four-year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) program.
The campus infrastructure includes a two-story building, comprising 12 classrooms, a library, a meeting room and a separate toilet for boys and girls.
Ajay Kumar, Deputy Head of Mission at the Indian Embassy, ââwas the main guest at the inauguration ceremony, which was also attended by former Minister of Urban Development Narayan Khadka.
The newly constructed infrastructure will not only improve the learning environment for students, but also improve access to education for rural students in Udayapur and neighboring districts including Bhojpur, Khotang, Sunsari and Saptari. (ANI)