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Revolving fund for poor students


15 March 2019  

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DAMAULI: Tulasa Thapa, Nepal Communist Party (NCP) leader and House of Representatives member,  has announced to set up a revolving fund of one million rupees at a school in her parental village.
The revolving fund would be set up at Kaliganga Secondary School at Baidi, Devghat rural municipality-2 in the memory of Thapa’s father, Pahal Singh and mother, Bhim Kumari. It is called the Pahal Singh- Bhim Kumari Memorial Revolving Fund.

Thapa is the spouse of NCP secretariat member and former Deputy Prime Minister, Bamdev Gautam. The amount from the interest of the fund would be provided as stipend to a meritorious girl and a meritorious boy student in grade one at the school coming from poor families.

Publish Date : 15 March 2019 15:24 PM

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