Jyotsna Shrestha Chair of The Tourism and Aviation Committee of FNCCI
The Tourism and Aviation Committee formed under the chair of Jyotsna Shrestha, a member of the Executive Committee of the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, has been expanded.
President of Nepal Association of Tour & Travel Agents (NATTA), Achyut Guragain, Director of Nepal Tourism Board, Nandini Lahe Thapa, and President of Trekking Agencies’ Association of Nepal (TAAN), Khum Bahadur Subedi has been appointed as co-chair of the committee.
The members of the committee are Pushparaj Kunwar, member of the executive committee of the FNCCI, Janakraj Kalakheti, director of the Nepal Airlines Corporation, Rudra Prasad Sapkota (Binod), chief executive officer of IME Travels, Anil Das Shrestha, general manager of Radisson Hotel and Bibhuti Chanda Thakur, president of Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) Nepal Chapter.
The advisors of the committee are Upal Majumdar, Head of Practice Tourism of Dolma Consultancy, and Ram Sharan Thapaliya, a former member of the executive committee of the FNCCI.
Similarly, Gaurav Agrawal, Director of Marriott Kathmandu Hotel, Mohammad Imam, Country Director of Qatar Airways, Anoj Rimal, Chief Executive Officer of Yeti Airlines, Jitendra Jhankri, Executive Member of Dolpa Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Devansh Rana, General Manager of Hotel Sneha, Amrit Bhujel, Former President of Federation of Hotel Entrepreneurs, Apulal Awale, executive member of Lalitpur Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Narendra Gupta, Managing Director of Buddha Regency Pvt., Mohan Shah of Arjun Jewelry, Purichandra Devkota, Senior Vice President of Jumla Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Samrajyaman Shrestha of Hotel Mechi Crown, Binayak Shah, First Vice President Hotel Association Nepal, Nischal Pradhan, Director of Aloft Thamel, Durga Prasad Subedi, Vice President of Courier Service Association and Bhavesh Shrestha, Vice President of Hotel Eastern
Addressing the committee expansion program, FNCCI President Shekhar Golchha said, “If we can market our tourism potential in the true sense, we can reap huge benefits.” He said that we have not been able to benefit from this as we have been focusing on attracting more tourists than the number of quality tourists from the very beginning.