A distinguished delegation from Ghana, Tanzania, and Argentina, led by Theodora Pius Lingo, Head of the International Association for Popular Cooperation (Baobab), paid a visit on Tuesday, the 14th of Kartik, 2080 at Khwopa College of Engineering and Khwopa Engineering College. The team consisted of Kyeretwie Opoku from Ghana, Stephen A. Runge from Tanzania, and Paula Jeliz from Argentina. The primary objective of this visit was to gain insights into the renowned 'Khwopa Model'—Bhaktapur's development framework.
Er. Sujan Maka, Er. Sunil Duwal, and Er. Ratna Shova Prajapati warmly welcomed. The visit aimed to foster international collaboration and knowledge exchange. During the interaction, Theodora Pius Lingo expressed keen interest in understanding the 'Khwopa Model' and delving into the various initiatives undertaken by Bhaktapur Municipality. Particular focus was related to Khwopa Hospital and the engineering colleges. The international delegation commended Bhaktapur Municipality's focus on fundamental issues such as education and healthcare. The role played by the engineering colleges in nurturing skilled human resources for the country received special acknowledgment.
The principals of Khwopa Engineering College and Khwopa College of Engineering, Er. Sunil Er. Sujan Maka and Duwal provided comprehensive information about the institution's history, mission, facilities, organizational structure, student enrollment, faculty, staff, academic offerings, and fee structures. The exchange included a discussion on the motto "One house, one graduate," declared in 2001 by the Nepal Workers and Peasants' Party. This motto reflects the commitment of NWPP to education and human resource development. A representative from Bhaktapur Municipality, Mr. Jauvan Koju, and the college's administrative officer, Sanjaya Manandhar, were also present at the discussion during the visit.
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