School Building inaugurated at Ghiring, built under Government of India Grant Assistance

Inauguration of School Building of Deepak Secondary School, Ghiring rural Municipality, Tanahun District, Nepal built under Government of India grant assistance.

Today, Dr. Sahil Kumar, First Secretary, Embassy of India, Kathmandu, and Shantiraman Wagle, Chief, District Coordination Committee, Tanahun jointly inaugurated the School Building of Shree Deepak Secondary School at Ghiring Rural Municipality, Tanahun District, Nepal.

The project was undertaken with grant assistance from the Government of India at the cost of NRs.20.19 million under India-Nepal Development Cooperation in Education Sector as a Community Development Project. This is one of the 75 projects being inaugurated this year in Nepal as part of “India@75 Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav” which celebrates 75 years of India’s independence.

Shree Deepak Secondary School was established in 1975 as a primary school and was upgraded to Secondary School in 2000. The school has over 180 students, about 60% of whom are girls. The new infrastructure created for the school in Nepal with the Government of India’s assistance will provide a facility of an improved environment for the students for seeking a better education.

Since 2003, India has taken up over 527 High Impact Community Development Projects (HICDPs) in Nepal and has completed 470 projects in the areas of health, education, drinking water, connectivity, sanitation, and creation of other public utilities across all 7 provinces of Nepal at the grassroots level. Out of this, 57 HICDPs are in Gandaki Pradesh, including 6 projects in Tanahun District.

India and Nepal enjoy a multi-faceted and multi-sectoral development partnership that is reflective of the closeness of the people of both countries. The implementation of this school project reflects the continued support of the Government of India in complementing the efforts of the Government of Nepal to create infrastructure in priority sectors like education.

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