Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Award 2018

Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Awards are given every year to recognize the achievements of persons in the fields of adventure, to encourage young people to develop the spirit of endurance, risk–taking, cooperative teamwork and quick, ready and effective reflexes in challenging situations and to provide incentive to the young people for getting exposed to the adventure activities. The award is given in four categories namely, Land Adventure, Water Adventure, Air Adventure and Life Time Achievement. This year National Selection Committee was constituted under the chairpersonship of Secretary (Youth Affairs). The Committee had expert members from the field of adventure.

Tenzing Norgay National Adventure Award Winners

  • Ms. Aparna Kumar - Land Adventure
  • Late Shri Dipankar Ghosh - Land Adventure
  • Shri Manikandan K.- Land Adventure
  • Shri Prabhat Raju Koli - Water Adventure
  • Shri Rameshwer Jangra - Air Adventure
  • Shri Wangchuk Sherpa - Life Time Achievement

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