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Govt committed to developing community campus: Gandaki CM Pande


05 September 2023  

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DAMAULI: Chief Minister of Gandaki Province Surendra Raj Pande viewed the province government is committed to development of community campus.

Chief Minister Pande said government would extend assistance for upgrading and infrastructure development of the campus.

Enhancement of quality education is one of the priorities of the government, he said speaking at a program, adding that if quality is not ensured in education sector, it would have multiple effects. Education sector is responsible for producing quality human resources needed for country’s development, Pande underscored.

The policy and programme of the government has incorporated the development of community campus where government is made responsible for it.

A total of Rs 50 million has been allocated to address the problems of 90 community campuses in Gandaki Province, according to the CM.

“The State has huge investment in this sector. Government must be responsible towards education and health sector development,” he reminded.

Publish Date : 05 September 2023 08:25 AM

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