India Hands Over Two Newly Constructed Buildings For Educational Institutions To Nepal Government

Swarajya StaffWednesday, January 29, 2020 2:00 pm IST
Indian flag and the State Emblem (Mellisa Anthony Jones/Wikimedia Commons)
Indian flag and the State Emblem (Mellisa Anthony Jones/Wikimedia Commons)

India on Tuesday (28 January) handed over newly built buildings of two educational institutions in Nepal's Syangja district, reports Asian News International (ANI).

The buildings of Tribhuvan Adarsha Multiple Campus and Shree Bhupu Sainik Community Academy were handed over by the Indian government to Nepal. The institutions provide bachelors programme in Humanities, Education and Management domains apart from a Master's programme in Management and Education domains.

The new campus building was constructed using Indian government’s assistance grant of 4.41 crore Nepalese Rupees while the school building was built using 4.19 crore Nepalese Rupees.

The newly constructed campus building is a two-story structure comprising 20 classrooms, a library room, office room hall, computer laboratory, compound hall, furniture and separate sanitation facilities for both girls and boys on each floor.

The new school building has academic block with 36 rooms, a pre-primary block, furniture and computes besides sanitation facilities for students.

"The Indian government is happy to be associated with the project which compliments effort of government of Nepal in augmenting infrastructure in the field of education," an official press release said.

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