Bejhang, Dec. 22: The Sindur basic school in Archel of Nisdi rural municipality has received computer and solar panels from the ward no.6 office of the municipality.
The office installed computers and solar panels in the school at the cost of Rs. 350,000. The school also contributed Rs. 35,000 for the same, according to head teacher Hum Bahadur Sunari.
The nine 100 watt solar panels are expected to help run two computers and two photo copy machines in the school. This is expected to facilitate technical education in the school, said the school management committee chair Khem Bahadur BK.
Currently, 181 students are studying in the school. RSS
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