Social organization The Round Table Nepal's Birtamod branch has constructed 2 classrooms in Chamardhap Primary School located at Birtamod 10, Jhapa. The Round Table Nepal has built classrooms after finding that the condition of students is miserable due to a lack of infrastructure.
At a cost of twenty-four lakh rupees, 2 classrooms and a compound wall have been constructed on 5 acres of land on the school premises. This year, the goal is to provide 2 toilets and a water supply in the school.
On August 29, Pavitra Mahatara Prasai, head of Birtamod Municipality, and Anand Baheti, president of The Round Table Nepal, jointly handed over the classroom to the school.
Biratnagar Central The Round Table Nepal 15 under The Round Table Nepal has supported Shree Maharshi Mehi Basic School located in Rangeli Municipality of Morang with Rs.15 lakhs. With that amount, toilets and compound walls were built in that school.
The Round Table Nepal has invested more than 1 crore rupees in that school under a multi-year plan, and the Round Table has been supporting the school every year.
On Monday, a program was organized on the premises of the school and the completed toilet and compound wall were handed over. The Round Table Nepal was jointly handed over by Anand Baheti, President of Nepal, Sumit Goyal, President of Biratnagar Central Round Table 15, and Bhuma Parajuli, Deputy Mayor of Rangeli Municipality. The handover program was attended by school principals and local people.
The Round Table Nepal is a non-profit organization in Nepal that is doing social work in the field of education and health in different districts of the country. So far, Round Table Nepal has built 58 schools with 373 rooms. Round Table Nepal, which was established in 1999 in association with Round Table International, has a total of 540 members in 32 chapters across Nepal. This organization, in which only young people in the age group of 18 to 40 years are allowed to be active, is conducting the national project "Freedom through Education". The organization has been building educational materials, computers, libraries, and labs according to the needs of the physical infrastructure (Samgra Vidyalaya Bhawan) required to run a school in any place of country in the field of education.
The Round Table Nepal has built a school for education up to class 12 and has spent more than 25 million rupees on its construction so far. Along with the education sector, the organization has also been working in the health sector. Every year, four to five thousand patients receive free services from the various health posts that have been opened, and for the past four years, they have been helping patients with thalassemia, a disease that requires blood transfusion, in the treatment process. Similarly, the organization handed over 35 VIPAP machines worth around 3.5 lakhs to various hospitals targeting the patients under Project Life Line of Corona epidemic.Jhapa