KATHMANDU: Member Secretary of the National Sports Council (NSC) left here today for South Korea to take initiative for establishing a sports college in the country.
There is a plan for opening a Sports College for bachelor and masters level in sports for students of Class 11 and 12 taking up the subject of sports.
He left at the invitation of the Korea National Sports University to study technical, physical infrastructure and their managerial sides for the college, the NSC said today.
The team has four members including NSC senior officer and Task Force Secretary Kul Bahadur Thapa, professor and Task Force Member Diwakarlal Amatya and Engineer Tilottama Basyal.
The team on the three day visit will also discuss technical cooperation, trainers and sports students exchange and 12 th SAG and 13 th SAG to be held in Nepal.
The NSC has constituted a task force and curriculum for Class 11 and 12 has been sent to the Higher Secondary Education Council for approval.