Indian Ambassador Rae Inaugurated School Buildings

Deputy prime minister and minister for Energy Top Bahadur Rayamajhi and Indian ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae jointly inaugurated the newly constructed Shree Shanti Higher Secondary School, Bangi in Arghakhanchi district.

June 27, 2016, 5:45 p.m. Published in Magazine Issue: Vol:09,No. 23, June 24,2016 (Ashad10,2073)

Deputy prime minister and minister for Energy Top Bahadur Rayamajhi       and Indian ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae jointly inaugurated the newly constructed Shree Shanti Higher Secondary School, Bangi in Arghakhanchi district.

The double storied building of the school, which has been constructed with the Government of India’s financial grant of NRs. 10.10 millions, has 8 class rooms, separate rest rooms for boys and girls, as well as school furniture and equipments. The school was established in 1962 and upgraded to Higher Secondary School in 2009. The newly constructed building would enhance facilities for the students and teachers and improve the academic environment in the school.

Similarly, Minister Rayamajhi and Ambassador Rae jointly inaugurated the newly constructed science block of Shree Janajyoti H.S. School, Chutrabeshi in Arghakhanchi district. The double storied building of the school, which has been constructed with Government of India’s financial grant of NRs.19.60 millions, has 8 class rooms, separate rest rooms for boys and girls, as well as school furniture and equipments.

They also inaugurated Shree ArghaRajasthal Secondary School, Argha VDC in Arghakhanchi district. The triple storied building of the school, which has been constructed with Government of India’s financial grant of NRs.44.20millions, has 8 class rooms, library, separate rest rooms for boys and girls, compound walls, as well as school furniture and equipments.

The costs include NRs. 10.10 million for construction of Shree Shanti Higher Secondary School, Bangi and NRs 19.60 million for construction of Science Block for Shree Janajyoti H.S. School in Chutrabeshi and 44.20 million for Shree ArghaRajasthal Secondary School, Argha VDC, in Arghakhanchi District 

“In addition to the above, Government of India has, in the past, provided three ambulances to various health sector organizations in the district, recognizing the need of the local people and pursuing Government of India’s continued commitment to support Government of Nepal in its endeavor towards socio-economic development of the country.  The Government of India has also extended financial assistance of over NRs 500 million towards renovation, restoration, upgradation of various sites of religious, educational, cultural and historical importance in Nepal in financial year 2015-2016,” said a press release issued by PIC WING Embassy of India, Kathmandu.

India-Nepal Economic Cooperation Program has an outlay of over NRs 76 billion. Under this program, Government of India has completed or pursuing more than 529 projects in almost all districts of Nepal. These development projects, executed in partnership with Government of Nepal, are mainly in sectors like education, health, infrastructure that have been undertaken in response to local needs.

 

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