School building built with Indian assistance inaugurated in Nepal – education
A school building constructed with the help of India was inaugurated in the central district of Nawalpur in Nepal.
The new building of the Bhimsen Adarsha Upper Secondary School in Devchuli of the Nawalpur District was constructed with the financial assistance of the Indian government of Rs 25.83 million.
Representatives from the Indian Embassy, Kathmandu, the District Coordination Committee, the School Management Committee and local leaders jointly inaugurated the school building via video conference on Monday.
The new building has three floors, which include 16 classrooms, laboratories, administration and staff rooms, meeting room, dining room, medical room and sanitary facilities.
Bhimsen Adarsha Higher Secondary School, established in 1969, offers classes of up to plus two and more than 55% of the students are girls.
The new school building is another example of strong cooperation between India and Nepal in the education sector, according to a statement from the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu.