KATHMANDU, APRIL 02
The design operate of an Info Technology Park or IT Park remaining constructed by the governing administration has begun.
The Section of Facts Know-how beneath the Ministry of Communications and Info Engineering has resolved to award the agreement to Himani / Kavya Construction for the building of the boundary wall of the park.
The analysis committee has advisable the company as for every the bid acquired next the e-bidding phone revealed by the office on February 8.
Issuing a detect currently, the office has declared that Himani/Kavya Building has bagged the deal well worth Rs 3.4 million.
The development of IT Park has been delayed because very long.
Nonetheless, the section has said that the bodily development will be taken forth efficiently now. The venture, which was commenced 20 decades back with a strategy to make it a model park in South Asia, has not been executed nevertheless.
In 1997, the governing administration experienced initiated the operate to build an IT Park in Banepa with the goal of supplying options to personal organizations and investors to develop software and information and facts technological know-how, with provision of info technological know-how-primarily based companies, to present aid in development and promotion of IT firms, to foster info technological innovation companies, export marketing and development of details technological innovation-based mostly products and services.
Nonetheless, only developing building was completed back again then. Just after that no other development had been produced in the IT Park of Banepa. The region of the IT Park has remained unused.
The design of the creating had started in 2000 and was done in 2005 and then handed above to the governing administration. The authorities experienced introduced the notion of the park in 1997. It is distribute above 257 ropanis of land in Banepa and Panauti.
Not too long ago the federal government made the decision to establish security printing push in that space, although an IT Park will be developed in Khumaltar, Lalitpur. The ministry has allotted Rs 650 million for the building of the press.
A version of this post appears in the print on April 3, 2021, of The Himalayan Situations.