Kathmandu, Mangsir 02: 23 students and teachers of a Denmark based educational institution have recently concluded a two-week educational tour in Nepal. They returned their hometown on Mangsir 01.
Three teachers, twenty students were invited for this tour by Tribhuvan affiliated Divyabhumi Multiple College.
According to the Director of Divyabhumi College, Mr. Pramod Shah said that this tour is a part of the deed agreement between the college and the institution and supports the exchange of students and the sharing of ideas. He also enlightened that this is the second time of such a student exchange program and they were warmly welcomed to Nepal by the teachers and students of Divyabhumi College on Kartik 18.
During their stay, the foreign students have prepared a journal on the Denmarkian Educational System, student life, urban lifestyle and status of youth in Denmark. On the other hand, students of Divyabhumi College have prepared a journal on Nepalese Educational System, student life, urban lifestyle and status of youth in Nepal. Also, a welcome program including traditional dance, interviews and chat show was organized to welcome the group.
A token of love and certificates of appreciation was also distributed among students of both the educational institutions. During the end days of their stay, they had also visited the Department of Social Work, Tribhuvan University and Central Library of the University. “The institution has invited us for the educational tour at Denmark and this tour will be held in the near future”- says Mr. Shah.