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Nepal Don Bosco Society hands over Earthquake Resilient School in Sindhupalchowk


Sindupalchowk, January 16, 2018: Nepal Don Bosco Society, a Christian non-government organization working in Nepal marked its 25 years of service to the people of Nepal by handing over its fifth earthquake resilient school to the villagers t in Sindhupalchowk, Nepal.

The handing over ceremony took place on 11 January, 2018 at Kallert Basic in the presence of MLA Shri Yuvaraj Dulal, President of the School’s Founder Body Dr. Prasad Gopal, Headmaster Shri Yajanath Dungal and other dignitaries of the district administration.

The inauguration ceremony of the school building was carried out by presenting the dedication plaque and six keys of the six classrooms to the headmaster. Similarly, the school and local authorities read out the letter of appreciation signed by the MLA, President of the School Founder Body and the Headmaster. The chief guest at the event, the MLA handed over the framed letter along with a ceremonial shawl to Rector of Don Bosco School Lubu Fr Abraham Kannattu.

The newly constructed school building has two blocks of three spacious classrooms each with a capacity of 40 students.

Fr Augusty Pulickal, the Coordinator of the Rehabilitation Project of Nepal Don Bosco Society indicated that the local administration should come forward and advance proper furnishing of the classrooms. “We hope that in the next academic year the number of students will increase to 105.”, he mentioned.

The Nepal Don Bosco Society is engaged in a variety of works dedicated to the betterment of country’s young people. They have constructed two technical schools, four academic schools, three social outreach centers, four boarding houses, and several non-formal education centers in Nepal. They also run a number of social programs, such as scholarships for students and emergency response projects.