Campus building built with Indian aid inaugurated in Udayapur

Kathmandu / May 18: Former Urban Development Minister Narayan Khadka inaugurated Shree Narad Adarsha Education Campus at Chaudandigadhi Municipality in Udayapur District on Saturday.

Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of India, Dr. Ajay Kumar, attended the inauguration ceremony as a special guest. The campus was established in 1971 as a Secondary School and subsequently upgraded as a Campus in 2003.

The Campus is affiliated with the Tribhuvan University (TU) with an enrollment of 135 students, about 70% of whom are girls and offers 4 years Bachelor of Education (B.Ed.) program.

The new infrastructure constructed with the Government of India’s grant assistance of NRs. 30.20 million, is a two-story building comprising of 12 classrooms, library, meeting hall, separate toilets for boys and girls and supply of furniture, according to a press release issued by Embassy of India in Kathmandu.

“The newly built infrastructure will not only boost learning environment of students but also enhance access to education to rural students of Udayapur and adjoining districts, including Bhojpur, Khotang, Sunsari, and Saptari,” the press release said.

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