A school building constructed with India’s assistance has been inaugurated in Nepal’s central Nawalpur district.
The new building of Bhimsen Adarsha Higher Secondary School in Devchuli of Nawalpur district used to be built with the Indian government’s financial assistance of NRs 25.83 million.
Representatives of the Embassy of India, Kathmandu, District Coordination Committee, School Management Committee and native leaders jointly inaugurated the school building via video-conferencing on Monday.
The new building has three floors, including 16 classrooms, laboratories, administration and staff rooms, assembly corridor, canteen, medical room and sanitation facilities.
Bhimsen Adarsha Higher Secondary School, established in 1969, offers classes upto plus-two and over 55% of the student are girls.
The new school building is another example of robust cooperation between India and Nepal in the education sector, according to a observation from the Indian Embassy, Kathmandu.