Kathmandu. Everest Climber and Secretary of the Nepal Mountaineering Association (NMA) Tikaram Gurung has been appointed as a member of the Mountaineering Training Development Committee.
Gurung has been appointed for four years by the Ministry of Culture, Tourism, and Civil Aviation by a ministerial decision of the Government of Nepal.
Gurung, a permanent resident of Bhotkhola, Lingam of Sankhuwasabha, has been in the tourism business for a long time.
He had climbed Mt. Everest in 2009. When he climbed Mt. Everest, he wore Gurung’s traditional attire-Bhangra- and carried the flag of Gurung unity to the highest peak.
Gurung, who was the treasurer during the previous tenure of NMA, has also led various programs related to the tourism sector.
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