On Tuesday, the Indian government handed over its two newly-built schools to Nepal government and said that it was happy to be associated with the project
Kathmandu: The Indian government has handed over its newly-built buildings of two educational institutions in the Syangja district of central Nepal.
Buildings of Tribhuvan Adarsha Multiple Campus and Shree Bhupu Sainik Community Academy were handed over to the Nepali government, an official release said.
The institutions also provide Bachelor in Humanities, Education and Management as well as a Masters Degree programme in Management and Education.
The campus has over 400 students, with 80% of them being girls.
"The new campus building constructed with the Indian government's grant assistance of 44.10 million Nepalese Rupees, is a two-storied campus building comprising of 20 classrooms, library room, office room hall, computer lab, compound wall, furniture and separate sanitation facilities for boys and girls on each floor," the release said.
Meanwhile, the Shree Bhupu Sainik Academy provides education from nursery to Class 12. The school has over 690 students, about 47% of whom are girls.
"The new school building constructed with Indian government's grant assistance of 41.90 million Nepalese Rupees, is a double storied school building comprising of a pre-primary block, academy block having 36 rooms, compound wall, furniture and computers and separate sanitation facilities for boys and girls on each floor," the release added.
"The Indian government is happy to be associated with the project which compliments the effort of the Government of Nepal in augmenting infrastructure in the field of education," it added.
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