Two school buildings constructed under India’s grant assistance inaugurated in Nepal
India and Nepal enjoy a multi-faceted and multi-sectoral development partnership
Reflecting India’s continued commitment in complementing the efforts of Nepal to create infrastructure in priority sectors on Sunday, two school buildings constructed under Indian grant assistance have been inaugurated in Nepal’s Darchula District.
The Indian Embassy in Nepal said that the Shree Malikarjun Model Secondary School and Shree Moti Mahila Sangh Primary School - both in Darchula district - built under Indian grant assistance of NPR 2.33 crore and NPR 1.27 crore respectively were inaugurated by Indian Deputy Chief of Mission Namgya Khampa on Sunday.
“New school building built at cost of NPR 2.33 crore under Indian grant assistance for Shree Malikarjun Model Secondary School at Mahakali-7, Dhap in Darchula District, inaugurated by DCM Ms. Namgya Khampa today,” said a tweet by the Indian Embassy in Nepal.
In a separate tweet, the Indian Embassy said, “New school building of Shree Moti Mahila Sangh Primary School at Tinkar, Khalanga, Darchula District in Nepal, built at cost of NPR.1.27 crore under Indian grant assistance inaugurated by DCM Ms. Namgya Khampa today.”
India and Nepal enjoy a multi-faceted and multi-sectoral development partnership that is reflective of the closeness of the people of both countries.
Since 2003, India has completed 454 projects in the areas of health, education, drinking water, connectivity, sanitation and creation of other public utilities across all 7 provinces of Nepal under grassroots level HICDPs.
Out of this, 60 are in Province -5, including 10 completed projects in Rupandehi District and 9 projects under various stages of completion in Province 5, including 2 in Rupandehi District.
India is also reconstructing 71 educational institutions damaged during 2015 earthquake in eight districts of Nepal under reconstruction grant of NRs 5800 million.