City library to be established at Durbar High School

Kathmandu / Dec 1 : Kathmandu Metropolitan City is to bring City Library into operation at the premises of Durbar High School.

The KMC has been making necessary preparation to bring the library into operation at the newly constructed building of Durbar High School.

It has allocated Rs 5 million in the current fiscal year for the same. Chief of Education Department, KMC, Namraj Dhakal, said that the library would be modern and attractive where all types of books would be kept.

The library would be brought into operation within next two months if the all activities would move ahead as per the plan.

Works have already been forwarded with coordination between KMC-27 and School Management Committee for the same.

It is believed that the library would be more useful to teachers and students of 91 community and 541 institutional schools of KMC area.

Member of ward no 27 of KMC, Paribeshman Bajracharya, said that it would be great help from the modern library at a time when there is no physical presence of students in schools due to coronavirus pandemic.

The Library management would provide password to the member of the library and he/she can use the facility through internet from anywhere. RSS

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