Although tabling was introduced to Nepal more than a decade ago, Round Table Nepal was formed in 1999. The first Table in Nepal was formed with the help of Sq. Leg Lalit Shah from a Table as far away as Madras with Tr. C.K Golchha as the charter chairman.
During the decade long period before formation of RTN, there were five tables in Nepal. These tables were under the Area IV of Round Table India, which helped lay foundations of the tabling movement in Nepal.
In 1999, Round Table India and Round Table Germany jointly sponsored the formation of independent association of Round Table Nepal.
The various clubs in Nepal have undertaken large social service projects. As identified to be the most essential sector requiring attention for long-term development of the people, RTN has adopted a long-term social service theme of “Build the Nation Through Education”.
Round Table is an organization of non-political and non-sectarian young men between the age group of 18 and 40. The aim of the young men is to promote service, fellowship and goodwill in National and International affairs. The unique feature of this organization is that it always remains young, because the Tablers retire when they turn 40, giving way to younger people. Round Table's motto is "ADOPT, ADAPT, IMPROVE". This motto was taken from a speech by the Prince of Wales, in which he said: "The young business and professional men of the country must get together round the Table, adopt methods that have proved so sound in the past, adapt them to the changing needs of the times, and wherever possible, improve them".
To work in the education sector of Nepal to provide quality education through infrastructure development, investment in education for the underprivileged kids. Also provide healthcare services where they are almost non-existent.
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