Japan: The 9th Annual Cultural Day of Japan based Everest International School (EISJ) concluded on Saturday.
EISJ operates all classes from Nursery through Grade 12. Studies at EISJ are based on a curriculum prescribed by the Curriculum Development Center from Nepal.
Addressing the opening ceremony of the function, chargés d’affaires of Japan-based Embassy of Nepal Ambika Joshi said the school had played a crucial role to preserve the Nepali language and culture.
Likewise, expressing his best wishes, Executive Director of Radio Nepal Buddhi Bahadur KC stressed the need for running teaching-learning activities to young generation sharing cultures.
Chair of International Nepali Literature Society, Japan Rabin Sharma highlighted on the significance of Nepali literature outside Nepal.
Similarly, Principal of the school Bishnu Prasad Bhatta informed that the school was in the final round of receiving recognition as an international school from the Education Ministry of Japan.
NRNA Japan Chair Shiva Paudel had delivered a welcome speech on the occasion.
Radio Nepal’s senior musician Narayan Oli entertained the audience with two Nepali songs while Indian singer Jyoti Upreti sang a Samskrit and two Nepali songs in the function through virtual media.
Meantime, students of the school preformed various songs and dances focusing on multi-religious and multi-cultural aspects.
Chairperson of the school Bawan Bhatta said EISJ had been established as the first school to run Nepali and Cambridge University’s programs abroad.
A total of 48 teachers and staff are working in the school.