In Nepal, three educational institutions built with the Indian assistance of 126.60 million Nepali rupees were inaugurated in Kaski district on Saturday.
Nepal’s Minister for Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Rabindra Adhikari inaugurated Shree Saraswati Tika Higher Secondary School, Lekhnath in Pokhra on Saturday morning.
The School has been providing quality education to around 1100 students. Later, Deputy Chief of Mission, Indian Embassy, Dr. Ajay Kumar inaugurated Shree Laxmi Adarsha Multiple Campus, Lekhnath and Shree Gupteshwor Mahadev Multiple Campus, Pokhara.
Shree Laxmi Adarsha Multiple Campus is affiliated to Tribhuvan University (TU). It offers four years’ full-time undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) programmeand plus two (10+2) courses in Management, Education & Humanities.
The Campus has over 450 students and around 85% of them are girls. The Gupteshwar Mahadev Multiple Campus is a non-profit academic institution and affiliated with Tribhuvan University.
The campus has more than 400 students of which 80% are girls. It offering B.Ed, BBS and MBS programmes. The newly built infrastructure (Conference Hall, Computer Lab and Library etc.) will not only boost leaning environment but also enhance access to education to needy, poor and marginalized students of Kaski, Syangia, Parbat, Myagdi and Tanahun districts of Nepal. Education creates building blocks for the process of nation-building and is the first step towards the development of any country.
As part of Development Partnership Programme, the Government of India is providing assistance to institutions of all levels, starting from primary schools to universities in Nepal.