The new campus building has been constructed with the Government of India’s grant assistance. (Photo/Embassy of India)
KATHMANDU: The Chandrakot Campus, built with the Government of India’s assistance, was inaugurated at Chandrakot Rural Municipality in Gulmi district on Wednesday.
Dr. Praphullachandra Sharma, Counsellor, Development Partnership, represented the Embassy of India.
The new campus building constructed with the Government of India’s grant assistance of NRs. 40.99 million, is a triple storied building comprising of twelve classrooms, office building and separate sanitation facilities for boys and girls on each floor.
The project was being implemented by the District Coordination Committee, Gulmi.
Chief of Chandrakot Rural Municipality, Drona Bahadur Khatri, District Coordination Officer, Bhaktiram Marasini and local political and community leaders attended the inauguration.
Chandrakot Campus was established in 2008 at the initiative of local peoples with aimed at imparting higher education to students who are unable to pursue their higher education in cities like Palpa, Butwal, and Kathmandu due to poor economic conditions.
The Campus is a community-based Campus affiliated to Tribhuvan University and is providing Bachelor in Humanities, Management and Social Science.
Over 90% of the students studying at the Campus are girls.