Nepal National Teachers Association
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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). 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.
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.
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