India-supported school building inaugurated

Kathmandu, Sept 29 . A three-storey building of Kuleshwor Awas Secondary School at Kathmandu Metropolitan City-14 built with financial assistance of the Indian government has been inaugurated.

Deputy Chief of Mission in Embassy of India in Kathmandu Dr Ajay Kumar and District Coordination Committee, Kathmandu’s Chairperson Shiva Sundar Raj Baidya and ward no 14’s Chairperson Shobha Sapkota jointly inaugurated the building on Saturday.

Constructed at the cost of Rs 38.60 million, the building has 20 class rooms and separate sanitation facilities for boys and girls on each floor. Furthermore, the newly inaugurated building has underground water tank, septic tank and furniture suitable for teaching learning activities.
The 20-year old community school has more than 800 students while over half of them are girls.