Nepal National Teachers Association

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Full name Nepal National Teachers Association
Founded 1979
Members 70000+[1]
Affiliation EI
Country Nepal

The Nepal National Teachers Association (NNTA) is an organization of teachers' trade unions in Nepal linked to the Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist–Leninist).[2] The first organization of teachers' association in Nepal, NNTA was established in 1979, and registered under the educational act of that time, and then become a trade union. Currently, it has more than 70 thousand members. NNTA has established international relation and is the first member to the WCOTP from Nepal, and a charter member to Education International (EI) global union federation. NNTA is also affiliated or has working relationships with the trade unions and professional organizations in Nepal and around the world.[1]

The 11th national general convention of the NNTA took place from 11–13 June 2013. A 56-member central working committee was elected at the convention. The gathering elected Baburam Thapa as NTTA chairperson.[3]


  1. ^ a b "Nepal National Teachers' Association Lalitpur, Nepal". South Asian Women's Network. 
  2. ^ "You are being redirected...". Retrieved 7 March 2017. 
  3. ^ The Kathmandu Post Thapa elected to NNTA chairman