इंडियन आवाज़     21 Apr 2018 03:36:12      انڈین آواز

India committed to support Nepal in quest for development: Indian Ambassador


India committed to support Nepal in its quest for development: Indian Ambassador


Indian Ambassador to Nepal Ranjit Rae has stressed upon the importance of technical education and vocational skills for the economic development of the people of Nepal.

Inaugurating practical training workshops for civil and electrical courses at Sindhuli district on Thursday, Ambassador reiterated India’s commitment to support Nepal in its quest for the development.

The workshops have been built by Nepal Bharat Maitri Samaj.

On this occasion a MoU was also signed for a new administrative block of Sindhuli Community Technical Institute.

Government of India has committed financial grant of 4.41 crore Nepalese rupees for construction of the administrative block.

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