Former Minister and Indian Envoy inaugurated Madan Bhandari Memorial College’s building
The three-storied building has 30 rooms. It was constructed with the grant assistance from the Government of India.
On the occasion, former Minister Pandey said Nepal and India have centuries-old friendly relations and this type of cooperation reflected the mutual ties and understanding between the two countries. Stating that India has been providing assistance to many development projects for supporting Nepal’s local communities, he expected more of such cooperation in the coming days as well.
Similarly, India’s Ambassador Srivastava said there are many projects in Nepal in education, health among other sectors supported by the Government of India. He believed that exchange of cooperation at the people’s level would further consolidate the bilateral relations between India and Nepal.
Ambassador Srivastava added that the Government of India has been providing scholarships to Nepali students going to India for higher studies each year.
Madan Bhandari Foundation chairperson Usha Kiran Bhandari, District Coordination Committee convenor Santosh Budhathoki and College’s Campus Chief Ramesh Chandra Poudel applauded the assistance provided by India for the construction of the college building.