Indian Ambassador to Nepal Rae Lays foundation Stone of School building

Indian ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae laid the foundation stone for construction of school building for Shree Bhu Puu Sainik Community Academy at Bayarghari and also for the new campus building of Tribhuvan Adarsha Multiple Campus at Putlibazar in Sy

June 13, 2016, 5:45 p.m. Published in Magazine Issue: Vol.9 No 22, June 3,2016 (Jesth 21)

Indian ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae laid the foundation stone for construction of school building for Shree Bhu Puu Sainik Community Academy at Bayarghari and also for the new campus building of Tribhuvan Adarsha Multiple Campus at Putlibazar in Syangja District.

The two construction projects are being implemented by the District Development Committee, Syangja with total financial grant assistance of NRs 86.06 million committed by the Indian government.

 

The Bhu Puu Sainik Community Academy, established in 2003 was functioning from a rented building which is not adequate to accommodate the students. The new building, being constructed with Indian assistance of NRs. 41.92 million will provide much needed infrastructure to the students and teachers so that enrolment ratio increase and teaching takes place in a more conducive environment.  

According to a press release issued by Indian Embassy, the campus building for the Tribhuvan Adarsha Multiple Campus is being constructed with the financial assistance of NRs.  44.14.

The campus was established in 1980 and was operational from a rented building in Putalibazar-1, Syangja.  The new campus building located along Pokhara-Sanauli Highway will provide suitable classroom space, create an improved environment for learning, and thus contribute to education in the district by catering to a larger number of students.

“The Government of India is committed to provide developmental assistance in Nepal to meet local needs and objectives of the Government of Nepal. Till date, 02 other projects in Syangjahave been completed with the Government of India’s assistance of NRs 25.9 million. Moreover, 02 other projects with total commitment of NRs 74.8 million are under implementation. Additionally, 08 ambulances have also been gifted to different social organizations serving the people of Syangja. Apart from this, the Government of India has also extended financial assistance of approx. NRs 501.53 million towards renovation, restoration, and upgradation of various sites of religious, educational, cultural and historical importance in Nepal in financial year 2015-2016,” said the press release.

 

 

 

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