21.8.16

India pledges Rs 39.97 million for upgrading school in Nepal

India pledges Rs 39.97 million for upgrading school in Nepal


India has pledged financial assistance worth 39.97 million Nepali Rupees for the construction of a new building and a hostel facility at a Sanskrit school in eastern Nepal. The project is being implemented through the Indian government's grant assistance under the small development programme.

The project is being implemented through the Indian government's grant assistance under the small development programme scheme as part of India-Nepal Economic Cooperation Programme, the Indian Embassy said in a statement. Shree Saptamai Gurukul Sanskrit Vidhyashram, established in 2009 as a primary school, was subsequently upgraded as a secondary-level school in 2014.

So let's do:
1. Name the country, which has pledges Rs 39.97 million for upgrading school?

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