His Excellency, the Ambassador of Israel to Nepal, Mr. Benny Omer visited Kanjirowa National Secondary School on 1 July 2018 for an interaction session with students. His Excellency was invited as the Chief Guest of the program organized on the occasion of Kanjirowa National Secondary School’s 20th Anniversary Celebration. He was welcomed jointly by Executive Chairman of Kanjirowa Mr. Kapil Dev Regmi, Principal Mr. Ranjeet Thapa, and Director Ms. Samjhana Kharel with a khada and a bouquet. In an interaction session, His Excellency spoke on historical, political social, economic and educational aspect of Israel. Highlighting on Israel’s historical efforts towards the journey of national prosperity, he asserted on unavoidable use of technology for economic prosperity of the country. He discussed how Israel, though founded in the year 1948 A.D and seven times smaller in territorial size than Nepal has made tremendous economic prosperity through technological innovation in the field of agriculture, computer science, machinery and many more. Similarly, he said “Investing in education is the best investment of any government; hence, it must invest in education for economic prosperity of a nation”. He also answered different curiosities and questions on Israel asked by students amid the ceremony. In a welcome address Mr. Regmi said that he was very proud to have his Excellency in the interaction program organized by the school. His previous visits of Israel were highly fruitful and believed that Nepal could learn many things from Israel. Appreciating the visit of Excellency to Kanjirowa, Mr. Ranjeet Thapa informed that the school has adopted progressive education. The dancing team of Kanjirowa also presented a cultural dance to honor his Excellency’s visit. During the program, Mr. Regmi read the message from Mr. Theodore Kronmiller, former US Ambassador and Mr. Michael Kronmiller wishing Kanjirowa’s success and their appreciations of true friendship with Kanjirowa. In the same way, school felicitated Mr. Chandra Prasad Bhatta for his long service at School.