India Builds 3 Educational Institutions in Kaski District

11/19/2018

Pokhara, Nov. 18: On November 17 Minister of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, Rabindra Adhikari inaugurated Shree Saraswati Tika Higher Secondary School, Lekhnath. The inauguration ceremony was attended by Dr. Ajay Kumar, Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of India, and ManBahadur GC, Mayor, Pokhara Metropolitan City, Kaski. Same day, DCM Dr. Ajay Kumar and Kaski Mayor Man Bahadur GC also inaugurated Shree Laxmi Adarsha Multiple Campus, Lekhnath and Shree GupteshworMahadev Multiple Campus, Pokhara.

 

Shree Saraswati Tika Higher Secondary School had been built with Indian assistance of NRs.37.10million. The School is affiliated with National Examination Board (NEB) and offers plus two (10+2) programs,is a prestigious school in Kaski district and has been providing quality education to students from Pokhara Metropolitan City.The school has about 1100 students ofwhich about 45% are girls. It has also been running special education classes for 30 Mentally Retarded Children.

 

Shree LaxmiAdarsha Multiple Campus hadbeenbuiltwithIndian assistance of NRs.48.40 million.The Campus is affiliated to Tribhuvan University (TU). It offers four years' full-time undergraduate degree in Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) program and plus two (10+2) programs in Management, Education & Humanities programmes. The Campus has over 450 students of which about 85% are girls.

 

The GupteshwarMahadev Multiple Campushad been built with Indian assistance of NRs.41.10 million. This is a non-profit academic institution, affiliated with Tribhuvan University, offering B.Ed, BBS and MBS program. From 2018 academic session, GupteshworMahadev Multiple Campus started offering BHM and BIM programs with affiliation from Tribhuvan University. The Campus has about 418 students and 80% of which are girls.

 

According to the Press Release of Indian Embassy, The newly built infrastructure (Conference Hall, Computer Lab, Library, etc.) will not only boost leaning environment for students but also enhance access to education to needy, poor and marginalized students of Kaski, Syangia, Parbat, Myagdi, Tanahun districts.

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