Charter Presentation Ceremony

As all Rotary clubs do, Rotary e-clubs meet weekly, perform service project in local and international communities, support The Rotary Foundation, and enjoy fellowship among the members. And the keys to their effectiveness are also the same: service-minded members, opportunities for fellowship and strong leadership

For the first time in Rotary District 3292-Nepal & Bhutan, a new Rotary E-Club of District 3292, Nepal has been formed under the initiation of a group of past Rotaract Club members along with other service minded young professionals. Believing in Rotary’s ideology, this young group of professionals from various backgrounds has committed to work for the betterment of the society through community service projects and enhance international understanding, goodwill and peace through fellowship. The club received its charter from the Rotary International on 31st May 2013 with Club ID 85160. The club has 20 members and a 15 member board has been formed for club operation.

In order to commemorate the occasion, a special event “Charter Presentation Ceremony of Rotary E-Club of District 3292, Nepal” was  held on 13th June 2013 at 9 AM at The International Club, Sanepa, Lalitpur.  During the event, District Governor of Rotary District 3292, Nepal & Bhutan, Rtn. Dilendra Raj Shrestha handed over a Charter Certificate to Rtn. Anil Shrestha, Charter President of Rotary E-Club of District 3292,Nepal. Similarly, Charter President Rtn. Anil Shrestha introduced the board members of newly formed Rotary E-Club for the year 2013-14 in the program which was attended by various officials of Rotary District Council 3292.

With the formal charter, the club aims to work in various service avenues of Rotary providing humanitarian service, promoting high ethical standards in all vocations, and helping to build goodwill and peace in the world.