CMSMF provides computers to Tanahun-based school


Tanahun, July 1: The Chhori Maiya Shrestha Memorial Foundation (CMSMF), Kathmandu, has provided 10 computers to Janajyoti Higher Secondary School, Bhimad, Tanahun district to run an E-library.

Chairman of the Foundation, Dr. Saroj Shrestha, handed over the computers to school principal, Khim Kanta Parajuli, on Sunday.

Principal Parajuli said that the school has been preparing to establish community e-library targeting communities, and not only for students.

Vice-Chairman of the Foundation, Raj Kumar Shrestha, said that the computers were provided from the money provided by students studying in Accadis International School in Germany.

The Foundation provided the computers worth Rs. 250,000. The Foundation has also been providing scholarships to 33 students including 20 of Janajyoti Higher Secondary School. RSS



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CMSMF provides computers to Tanahun-based school
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