Kathmandu- Bhumi Puja was jointly held today in the presence of Deputy Chief of the Indian Embassy Namgyal C Khampa and Chief Executive Officer of Reconstruction Sushil Adhikari.

They have participated in the land worship program organized for the reconstruction of Shree Kanti Bhairav ​​Secondary School in Kageshwari Municipality.

The school was built under an agreement with the Government of India  provide a total of 250 million in financial assistance to Nepal for reconstruction projects in the areas of education, health, cultural heritage and housing.

Under this assistance, reconstruction work of 71 other educational institutions in 8 districts of Nepal damaged by the 2072 BS earthquake is also underway. An agreement was also signed between the Indian Embassy and the National Reconstruction Central Project Implementation Unit (Education) on that occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Deputy Chief of Mission Khampa said that the strong and powerful partnership is on progressing between India and Nepal was characterized by the launch of the project. She also stated that India is always committed to advance the cooperation between the two countries by working hand in hand with the Government of Nepal and its agencies for the post-earthquake reconstruction project in Nepal.

The ceremony was also attended by the Mayor of Kageshwari Municipality, Secretary of the National Reconstruction Authority and representatives of the Management Committee of Shree Kanti Bhairav ​​Secondary School.