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Libraries in 15 schools
Baglung, Aug 4: Libraries were established in fifteen schools in Baglung district in the last fiscal year aiming to promote quality education. The libraries were established with the financial grant of the District Education Office (DEO).
Seven higher secondary schools and eight secondary schools were given with Rs 100,000 each for the establishment of the libraries. “Expected achievement in learning is not likely only through the regular textbook knowledge.
The libraries were established to widen the knowledge horizon of teachers, students and parents,” District Education Officer Bishnu Prasad Tiwari said.
The libraries would help the students to develop the arts of living, Tiwari hoped.
The schools getting new libraries include Sarswati Higher Secondary School at Dudilabhati, Suntalachaur Higher at Damek, Lekhani Higher Secondary School at Lekhani, Hari Higher Secondary School at Hil, Laxmi Higher Secondary Schoool at Dhamja, Janakalyan Higher Secondary School at Chhisti and Tribhuvan Higher Secondary School at Pyaupata and others. RSS
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