India grants Rs 2.76 cr to Nepal school building
India has given grant-in-aid for the construction of a new school building of Sri Naharpur Secondary School in Rupandehi, Nepal. The head of the Development Partnership and Reconstruction Wing of the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu, Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration, and Butwal Sub-Metropolitan City, Rupandehi (Nepal) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).
The Indian Embassy in Kathmandu has said in a statement that the new school building will be constructed under the Indo-Nepal Friendship Development Partnership at a cost of an estimated 44.17 million Nepalese rupees. NEB).
This school is imparting education up to class 12 in the field of education and management. The statement said that there are currently 1127 students studying in the school and about 50 percent are students. Since 2003, under the High Impact Community Development Projects Program, India has implemented health, education, drinking water, connectivity in all seven provinces of Nepal. , Has completed 446 projects in the field of construction of sanitation and other public utilities.
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