Kathmandu: Two buildings built with Indian assistance were inaugurated, furthering the development partnership between the two neighbours.
Inaugurating a Nursing College building and a school building, Indian Ambassador to Nepal Jayant Prasad underlined the importance of the Nepal-India Economic Cooperation Programme as a cornerstone of the development partnership between the two countries.
The Nursing College building will enable the college to conduct Auxiliary Nurse Midwife Courses and train 80 qualified nurses per year.
The upgradation of this facility will significantly strengthen the development of specialised human resource in Morang and adjoining districts in eastern Nepal.
Established in 1929, Shri Adarsha HS School is one of the oldest Government recognised schools in Morang District, which provides educational facilities to around 1700 students, about half of whom are girls.
The new facility will provide improved learning environment to the student community and significantly contribute towards the further development of education sector in the District.