During the Lord Buddha Education Foundation's 12th convocation event, Minister of Agriculture and Livestock Development Mahendra Ray Yadav stated that the country's agricultural revolution will be fueled by the most effective use of information technology. Minister Yadav, who addressed the gathering as the chief guest, encouraged the students to stay in Nepal and employ information technology in agriculture to help Nepal evolve from a rectangular to an export-oriented country.
He said that he was hopeful that Lord Buddha's collaboration with APU would be fruitful for Nepali students who want to stay in Nepal and study in an institution affiliated with an international educational institution.
Since its inception as the country's first IT college, Lord Buddha Education Foundation has been linked with worldwide educational institutions. Pankaj Jalan, the president of the institution, who is presiding over the program, stated that he felt it was necessary.
In affiliation with Asia Pacific University in Malaysia, Lord Buddha Education Foundation has been providing undergraduate and postgraduate international education in Nepal through the Faculty of International Information Technology and Management.
Prakash Kumar Kejriwal, the institute's executive director, presented a welcome address to the 150 students who attended the event.