There was a groundbreaking ceremony for the Nepali police academy that was funded by India.

The Nepal Police Academy project is one of the top grant programs funded by the Indian government in Nepal . The Academy Campus will be located in a region of about 8,000 square meters .

Kathmandu, Nepal (Nepal), September 23: During Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Nepal in November 2014, Nepal's Home Minister Bal Krishna Khand and Nepal's Home Minister Bal Krishna Khand held a groundbreaking ceremony on Friday for the construction of the Nepal Police Academy in Kavrepalanchowk.The project is being funded by NR funds.1000 crores.The Nepal Police Academy project is one of the top grant programs funded by the Indian government in Nepal.

This Academy Campus will be located in a region of about 8,000 square meters.The 84-acre lot has a total built-up area of approx.80,000 sq.meters.

The academy's buildings will be a perfect mixture of traditional architecture and modern technologies.It would also include green building features, energy conservation practices, and sustainable development principles.According to a news release from the Indian Embassy, the NPA Project's implementing team will be able to complete the work within the stipulated period with the help and support of all, as the Indian Ambassador said.In his remarks, Indian Home Minister Khand praised the Government of India for this initiative and the Government of India for continuing support in the development partnership and bilateral cooperation.