On Wednesday, India granted a grant of NR 44.13 million to Nepal to build a lab and a library for Shree Mahadev Higher Secondary School Project in the Humla District under the Nepal-Bharat Maitri Development Partnership as part of India’s High Impact Community Development Project Programme.
The two neighbours signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the construction of a lab and library building for Shree Mahadev Higher Secondary School in Chankheli-Darma.
According to the Embassy’s official statement, “The representatives of Embassy of India, Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration and Rural Municipality of Chankheli-Darma of Humla District signed an MoU for the construction of lab and library building for Shree Mahadev Higher Secondary School located at Chankheli-Darma.”
India has extended a grant of NR 44.13 million to the Nepal-Bharat Maitri Development Partnership project under the High Impact Community Development Project Scheme, read the statement.
“Since 2003, under High Impact Community Development Projects programme, earlier known as Small Development Projects, India has completed 428 projects in the areas of health, education, drinking water, connectivity, sanitation and creation of other public utilities in across all seven provinces of Nepal. Out of these, 14 are in Province-6, including one completed school in Humla District and 4 school construction projects are under various stages of completion,” the Embassy added.
(Inputs from ANI)

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