Mr. Sunil Sharma, Senior Manager, Nepal Tourism Board as Guest Speaker during Induction Program 2018, BHM BTTM Program

Mr. Sunil Sharma, serves as a Senior Manager in Research, Planning and Monitoring Department at Nepal Tourism Board. He is mainly responsible for developing tourism policy and planning in accordance to Government of Nepal’s plans and programmes for overall development, tourism in particular. He is also in charge of liaising with tourism stakeholders and its association for tourism development. He serves as a think tank to both Nepal Tourism Board and Government as well. Earlier on he served in Public Relations and Publicity and Tourism Marketing and Promotion Department in the same capacity. He has 15 years rich experience in tourism sector. He holds degree in Development Studies from the University of Melbourne.
Apart from being working at Nepal Tourism Board, Mr. Sharma has also written articles in various local journals, books and magazines regarding development aspects of tourism such as ecotourism, rural tourism, and sustainable livelihoods. His writings are influential and he is considered to be an influential thinker. During his free time he loves to trek and explore the unexplored areas. He is passionate about photography and has won couple of accolades in photography as well. His photographs are readily available in social media.
Mr. Sunil Sharma is born and brought up in Kathmandu and lives in Nepal. He is an enthusiastic and hobbyist photographer and has won couple of accolades in photography as well. His photographs are readily available in social media. During his free time, he loves to capture landscape, culture and human emotion. Through his photographs he wants to showcase Nepal’s rich nature and cultural products. Mr. Sharma, serves as a Senior Manager in Research, Planning and Monitoring Department at Nepal Tourism Board. During his free time he loves to trek and explore the unexplored areas. Mr. Sharma is also a prolific writer and his articles has been published in local journals, magazines and newspapers.