Indian envoy inaugurates campus building in Kathmandu

Indian envoy inaugurates campus building in Kathmandu

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Kathmandu, Sep 8 : Indian Ambassador to Nepal, Manjeev Singh Puri, has inaugurated a campus building of Koteshwor Multiple Campus in Kathmandu.
Leader of Nepal Communist Party (NCP) and former minister of Foreign Affairs, who is also chairperson of college management committee, Mahendra Bahadur Pandey, former foreign secretary Madan Bhattarai and chairman of Kathmandu District Coordination Committee Shiva Sundar Raj Vaidya attended the inaugural ceremony on Saturday.

Koteshwor Multiple Campus, established in 1990, is a non-profit non-governmental, service-oriented community college situated in Koteshwor, Kathmandu.

The campus is affiliated to Tribhuvan University. It offers courses in Management, Education and Humanities in bachelor’s level and courses in Management in master’s level. The campus also runs classes for grades XI and XII with affiliation from the National Examination Board. It offers courses in Management, Education and Humanities. The campus has over 3,700 students, of them 60 per cent are girls.

The new building constructed with the help of the Government of India’s grant assistance of Rs 45.10 million is a three-storey building with 18 rooms, including room for campus chief, examination, administration, accounts, store and separate sanitation facilities for boys and girls, reads a press release issued by the Embassy of India.
The newly-built infrastructure is expected to enhance teaching-learning environment of the campus. The Government of India is happy to be associated with the project which complements efforts of the Government of Nepal in augmenting infrastructure in the field of education, according to the press release. (UNI)