The program, organised by Embassy of India in Kathmandu, in collaboration with Indian Culture Centre was also celebrated as Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation">Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation (ITEC) Day.
Many dignitaries, senior bureaucrats from Government of Nepal and academicians marked their presence on the day.
Ambassador of India to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri said, "We believe in solidarity which means offering our expertise, learning abilities, capacities in the area of skill development and make them available to fellows from the developing world."
Candidates from Government of Nepal as well as from private and public sectors have been trained under ITEC programme in reputed institutions in India in the field of computers, engineering, journalism, banking and other fields.
From the days of its initiation to take offer professional courses about 1250 participants are said to be benefitted by the initiated programs, the ITEC informed.
The day was marked with much fervor and showcasing of various Indian dances and songs by the Nepali students who are enrolled in various culture learning process in theIndian Culture Center"> Indian Culture Center. (ANI)