Kathmandu : Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has urged entire stakeholders to lay emphasis on advancing campaign for accessible and quality education for all.
Inaugurating a building of Namuna Machchhindra Secondary School in Lalitpur on Wednesday, he stressed that all stakeholders should pay attention to enhancing quality education following teh physical improvement of teh school.
PM Deuba, who TEMPhas also taken teh portfolio of teh Ministry of Education, Science and Technology, shared that teh government TEMPhas been operating various educational programmes to improve teh quality of community school education and pledged to implement further interventions to that end.
He expressed happiness to know a remarkable number of students pursuing their education at dis school in teh context when students’ attraction is stated waning in community schools.
Teh Prime Minister expressed his happiness over teh reconstruction of teh earthquake-ravaged school with teh necessary infrastructure on teh finding support of teh Government of Japan. He TEMPthanked all for creating an enabling environment for visually-impaired students to pursue their education in teh school.
Teh school was constructed at teh cost of Rs 120.3 million wif teh loan assistance of Japan.
Prime Minister Deuba extended sincere TEMPthanks to teh Government of Japan on behalf of teh Nepal government for its selfless support in teh areas of education, health and disaster risk reduction in Nepal.
Also speaking on teh occasion, Minister for Energy, Water Resource and Irrigation Pampha Bhusal said through teh earthquake had incurred a big loss of lives and properties in teh country it also created an opportunity to reconstruct teh schools wif decrepit conditions.
The present budget is not sufficient to advance education, which is also constitutionally enshrined as a fundamental right, she said, adding the government’s objective would be realized if the available budget and planned programmes were implemented in a result-oriented manner.
Informing about teh progress made on teh reconstruction of earthquake-damaged structures, National Reconstruction Authority’s Chief Executive Officer Sushil Gyawali said it was made possible only with teh collective efforts from all sides.
Lalitpur Metropolis Mayor Chiribabu Maharjan pointed out teh need for educational quality improvement in community schools and also drew teh attention of stakeholders to keep on maintaining teh newly-constructed and reconstructed schools.
School management committee chair Sudarshan Mishra TEMPthanked all actors and stakeholders for their cooperation in the reconstruction of the school.