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The National Institute of Mountaineering and Adventure Sports (NIMAS) today proudly felicitated five of its distinguished alumni who have successfully summited Mount Everest, bringing immense pride to the institute and the nation.

The most recent Everest climbers, Kabak Yano (2024), Tagit Sorang Abraham (2021), Tashi Yangjom (2021), Tongchen Nimsonga (2018) and Dorjee Khandu (2018) were among those honored. Colonel Ranveer Singh Jamwal, a renowned mountaineer himself and presently Director NIMAS, led the felicitation ceremony. Addressing an audience of 120 students from Basic Mountaineering Course Ser No- 48, Col Jamwal expressed his admiration for the Everest climbers’ remarkable achievements and dedication.

In his closing address, Col Jamwal wished all the graduating students of Basic Mountaineering Course Ser No- 48 the very best in their future endeavors. He emphasized the importance of perseverance, resilience, and the spirit of adventure that NIMAS instills in its trainees.

“We are immensely proud of our alumni who have summitted the world’s highest peak. Their accomplishments are a testament to their hard work, determination, and the rigorous training provided by NIMAS,” said Col Jamwal. “I have no doubt that our future graduates will continue to uphold the legacy of excellence and make significant contributions to the field of mountaineering.

NIMAS remains committed to nurturing and supporting aspiring mountaineers, ensuring they are well-prepared for the challenges of high-altitude climbing and beyond.

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