India to rebuild 56 schools in Nepal
Kathmandu, June 8
The Embassy of India and the Central Level Project Implementation Unit of the Ministry of Education, Nepal, signed seven memorandum of understandings for rebuilding 56 greater secondary faculties in Gorkha, Nuwakot, Dhading, Dolakha, Kavrepalanchowk, Ramechhap and Sindhupalchowk districts of Nepal.
These faculties will probably be rebuilt as a part of the Government of India’s post-earthquake reconstruction assist to Nepal with a grant of NRs 2.95 billion, in response to a press launch issued by the Embassy of India.
These faculties will probably be rebuilt as per the Government of Nepal’s pointers for earthquake-resilient reconstruction.
The faculty infrastructure will consist of educational blocks, school rooms together with furnishings and separate sanitation services for girls and boys.
The Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee, a premier institute in India within the area of earthquake-resilient reconstruction, will probably be offering technical hand-holding for reconstruction of those faculties.
The Indian embassy mentioned the Government of India was dedicated to collaborating with the Government of Nepal and its companies for socio-economic improvement of Nepal, together with post-earthquake reconstruction tasks in Nepal.
A model of this text seems in e-paper on June 9, 2020, of The Himalayan Time