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NWPP urges govt to increase investment in education

2021 Oct 01, 17:21, Bhaktapur
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Chairperson of Nepal Workers and Peasants Party (NWPP), Narayanman Bijukchhe, has urged the government to increase investment in the education sector.

Addressing an interaction organised by Khwopa Engineering College today, Chair Bijukchhe expressed the view that the investment made in education does not go to waste.

He shared, "The investment made in the education sector will never go wastage. So the government should increase investment in this sector. People can get quality and affordable education if local levels run colleges and universities."

Bhaktapur Municipality is running the Khwopa Engineering College. Chairperson of the College Management Committee and Mayor Sunil Prajapati pointed out the need for honesty among the students pursuing engineering education, adding that students across the nation have got opportunity to get higher education from college under Khwopa Engineering College.

Likewise, Deputy-Mayor Rajani Joshi stressed that students should involve in the preservation and promotion of heritages built by our ancestors.

Principal at Khwopa Engineering College, Sujan Maka, and principal of Khwopa College of Engineering, Sunil Duwal, said that Khwopa Engineering College has started teaching Earthquake Engineering and Rural Development subjects at master level for the first time, adding heritages preservation and building a civilised city is important.


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