Proposal for First Nepali School in Qatar in Final Stages: NEA Organizes 55th Engineers Day

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On the sideline of a programme on 55th Engineers Day celebration, Ahmad Jassim Al Jolo, President of the Federation of Arab Engineers and Chairman Qatar Society of Engineers said that Qatari job market requires a major number of engineers from all fields.


As reported in ‘The Peninsula’, Al Jolo, said that there are numerous projects identified with FIFA World Cup - 2022 and Qatar National Vision - 2030 that require countless number of engineers.

The event was organized by Nepal Engineers' Association (NEA) to celebrate 55th Engineers' Day at Radission BLU inn on Friday. Birendra Kumar Sah, First Vice-President of the Association said that a proposal by NEA was made to Nepal embassy for constructing of a community school and now the proposal has reached it final stage.

The Embassy has processed the proposal and sent it to Nepal for Governments approval. The proposal has been now approved from Nepal government and work is in progress on the financial aspects.

Sah said that the proposed school, which will be the first Nepalese school, with the capacity of around 1,000 seats will have international educational modules including subjects required by national educational programs like social science and history of the nation.

More than 300 Nepali expats families with around 600 school going kids are staying in Qatar, this proposal aims to get all Nepali students under one roof.