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ABOUT US

The National Paralympic Committee (NPC) Nepal (formerly known as National Para Sports Association (NPSA) — Nepal) has been as a regular basis working for the disabled sports in the country since its inception in 2000. On April 2004, the former organization named NPSA was recognized by International Paralympic Committee (IPC) as the National Paralympic Committee (NPC) of Nepal which enabled NPSA in the name of NPC Nepal to make the historical participation for the first time ever to the Athens 2004 Paralympic Games, an Olympic Game of the Disabled, held in 17-28 September 2004. Afterward, it made the participation of Athletes with disabilities in Beijing Paralympic and so on.

QUOTE OF THE DAY

  • Tim Notke – ” hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard”

  • Les Brown – “harder the battle sweeter the victory”

  • Yogi Berra – “It ain’t over till it’s over”

ACTIVITIES

Nepal had consistently participated in the Far East and South Pacific Games for the Disabled (FESPIC) since 1975. And recently Asian Paralympic Committee is formed under the IPC. Now APC is covering almost all Paralympic sports for the disabled in Asia along with the participation in each Paralympic games.
Nepalese Athletes Left an initial history of international participation in disabled sports by FESPIC games and then Athens 2004 Paralympic Games being able to make significant achievement.

For the first time in the year of 2004, the National Paralympic Committee enabled Nepal’s participation to Athens 2004 Paralympic games with four members delegation among which two were disabled, one female Athlete with visually impaired.
After the Olympic Gate open in 2004 Nepal has been able to participate in each Paralympic games like Athens 2004, Beijing 2008 and man Youth Para Games 2009, Tokyo Japan is the concrete evidence of the ability to participate of NPC in such important events.
Furthermore, Asian Paralympic Games 2010, Guangzhou, China has become another historical participation with a large number of athletes including wheelchairs and also women athletes of wheelchair bound. The London 2012 Paralympic Games are also taking in the priority list of international participation. Simultaneously the training of the athlete and coaches in the country and abroad are also in the list of the current action plan of NPC Nepal.
It is also considered a very important aspect that national sports council (NSC), Nepal Olympic Committee (NOC), National Federation of the Disabled (NA)), and some other sports organizations for person with disabilities working in national level, necessary co-operation and co-ordination is admired as an important support of NPC for the enhancement and upliftment in the country.
It is also very important the support of the government of Nepal, which we are having, is also considered a most. In this connection with mutual co-operation to set up the initial background and accessible infrastructures like a stadium, gymnasium and other essentials must be set as soon as possible.

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Things end but memories last forever.

Mr. Jit Bahadur Khadka

Atheletics

Sport Athletics

Mr. Bikram Bahadur Rana

Atheletics

Sport Athletics

Mr. Dhanda Bahadur Budhathoki

Atheletics

Sport Shooting

Mr. Dhanman Tamang

Atheletics

Sport Shooting

Mr. Digam Singh Chemjong

Atheletics

SPORT SWIMMING

Mr. Himal Aryal

Atheletics

Sport Powerlifting

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Mobile: 9849321460

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