KATHMANDU: The closing ceremony of ‘International Exchange Program’ organized by Advanced College of Engineering and Management (acem), Nepal in association with Kibbutzim College of Education, Technology and the Arts, Israel was held in the premises of acem amid the enthusiastic participation of special guests, coordinating institutions, faculties, staff, and students.
Ambassador of Israel to Nepal, Hanan Goder, graced the program alongside the intellectuals of Israel.
acem in collaboration with Kibbutzim College had formally begun the program from September 5. The two-week long program aimed to empower two government and semi-government schools of Kirtipur, Kathmandu, namely, Janasewa Secondary School and Panga Secondary School.
During the course of the program, students also visited various institutions of Kathmandu, including Special School for Disabled and Rehabilitation Center.
On the occasion, Ambassador Goder congratulated the acem and Kibbutzim team for beginning a new chapter of educational journey between Nepal and Israel. He stated that such a program not just broadens the horizon of ‘innovation in education’ but also strengthens the bond between Nepal and Israel.
Similarly, Profound Professor of Kibbutzim College, Dr. Adiv Gal, expressed his gratitude to the acem team for organizing such a productive program. He asserted that such exchanges help to uplift the overall skills of students as well as promote the culture of both nations as well as enlightened the audiences on project management and also upon other relevant concerns.
Likewise, Sabita Deshemaru, International Migration Consultant at Center for International Migration and Integration (Jerusalem) and also one of the coordinators of the program highlighted the bilateral relationship between Israel and Nepal. She also expressed how such programs help to overcome the underlying challenges of the education system.
Executive Director of acem, Kapil Dev Regmi, welcomed Ambassador Goder, special guests, Kibbutzim and acem family with warm regards for their contribution in this program.
“We are proud to share that we have successfully conducted this exchange program. Likewise, we hope that our students will also receive similar opportunities and experience the education of Israel”, stated Regmi.
“Moreover, we really appreciate the precious time of His Excellency today and also supporting us always”, he mentioned.
Principal of acem, Engineer Lochan Lal Amatya, shared his gratification to the Kibbutzim family and to the Embassy of Israel in Nepal for their constant support and coordination. He also shared that acem is ready to cooperate with such programs even in the future.
During the program, students presented their research and exploration of the two weeks.
Ambassador Goder honored the students, coordinating team & organizations with ‘certificate of participation’ and with a ‘token of appreciation’ respectively.