Kathmandu: Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) organized a certificate distribution program on Thursday at Hotel Le HIMALAYA, Lazimpat in Kathmandu.
Certificates were awarded to the participants who had attended 28th Advanced Mountaineering Training, Mountain Leader Training Winter Component and component II & III and High Mountain Rescue Training.
A total of 65 training participants were awarded the certificate of achievement for the training courses. The Nepal Mountaineering Association has provided training to 2357 mountaineering aspirants so far.
The certificate distribution ceremony was held amidst the Chief Guest Honorable Minister Parbat Gurung, Ministry of Women, children and Senior Citizen, Director of Department of Tourism Ms. Mira Acharya and other delegates from different mountain-related organizations and board members from NMA.
Honorable Minister Parbat Gurung addressing the program applauded the effort NMA has been contributing to the mountaineering in Nepal for 46 years. He added the course content of the course has been instrumental in generating skilled human resources for safety in the mountains.
Director of Department of Tourism, Mira Acharya stressed the program NMA has been conducting for the development of mountain tourism in Nepal. She focused on how NMA has trained skilled Human Resources to cater to the safety of the Mountain Tourism Industry.
In the same program, a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between NMA and Mount Everest Summiteer Club, Rolwaling to monitor the climbing peaks in that area.
NMA also signed an agreement with Nepal Mountaineering Instructor Association to conduct various training programs to produce more Human Resources in the Mountains. The program was chaired by President of Nepal Mountaineering Association, Mr. Santa Bir Lama and hosted by Acting General Secretary of Nepal Mountaineering Association Mr. Tika Ram Gurung.
Nepal Mountaineering Association conducts various training programs to build skilled technical human resources in the mountains.
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