India builds 3 school buildings in Kaski
The government of India provided a fund of around Rs 127 million for the construction of three school buildings in Kaski
Nov 19, 2018-A secondary school and two colleges have been constructed in Kaski district with the financial assistance of the government of India.
Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation Rabindra Adhikari inaugurated the Lekhnath-based Shree Saraswati Tika Higher Secondary School, which was built with the Indian assistance of Rs 37.10 million. The Campus has about 418 students--80 percent of which are girls, according to the Indian Embassy in Kathmandu. The inauguration ceremony was attended by Ajay Kumar, deputy chief of mission at the Embassy of India, Kathmandu, and Man Bahadur GC, mayor of Pokhara Metropolitan City.
Likewise, the constructions of Shree Laxmi Adarsha Multiple Campus in Lekhnath and Shree Gupteshwor Mahadev Multiple Campus in Pokhara have also been completed. Both the campuses were inaugurated by Ajay Kumar, the deputy chief of Mission at the Embassy of India. Shree Laxmi Adarsha Multiple Campus has been built with an assistance of Rs. 48.40 million while the Indian government had provided Rs 41.10 million for the construction of Shree Gupteshwor Mahadev Multiple Campus.
Published: 19-11-2018 07:49