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India extends NRs. 42.95 million grant assistance to build new building for Shree Bal Mandir Secondary School, Triyuga Municipality, Gaighat, Udayapur

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A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Embassy of India to Nepal, Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration (MoFAGA) and Triyuga Municipality, Gaighat, Udayapur for construction of new building for Shree Bal Mandir Secondary School, Triyuga Municipality in Udaypur district under Government of India grant assistance on 5th April 2021. The MoU was signed by the Head of Development Partnership and Reconstruction Wing of the Embassy, Mayor of Triyuga Municipality and Under Secretary from MoFAGA.


2.         The project will be taken up as a High Impact Community Development Project (HICDPs) at an estimated cost of NRs 42.95 million under the Nepal-Bharat Maitri Development Partnership programme.


3.         Since 2003, under HICDP scheme, earlier known as Small Development Projects, Government of India has taken up over 520 of which 448 projects have been completed 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, 65 are in Province-1, including seven completed projects in Udayapur District and 8 projects are under various stages of completion.


4.         Proposals for creation of infrastructure in the priority sectors of Government of Nepal such as education, health, drinking water, agriculture, sanitation and public utilities, connectivity such as bridges, capacity building and vocational training, health camps in rural/remote areas, etc. and having a cost estimate of less than NRs 5 cr are considered as High Impact Community Development Projects (HICDPs). These are taken up under Nepal-Bharat Development Partnership programme and are implemented to support and provide immediate benefits to people of the project area, through local governments. 


5.         India is also reconstructing 71 educational institutions damaged during 2015 earthquake in eight districts of Nepal under reconstruction grant of NRs 5800 million. Eight schools have already been completed, work on 62 schools is ongoing and the Tribhuvan University Central Library project is under tender process.    


6.         As  close  neighbors,  India  and  Nepal  share  unique  ties  of  friendship  and  cooperation. Both countries enjoy old, unwavering, unmatched and multidimensional development partnership. Today’s signing of the MoU reflects continued commitment of Government of India in complementing the efforts of Government of Nepal in creating infrastructure in priority sectors. 




Kathmandu, Nepal

6th April, 2021 

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