My pre-school was at home since, I have elder brothers and they studied a lot and I was taught the basic things by them at home. I have well enough literate brothers and not really mandatory to go to school early for basic study so, I started my school quite delay. My parents sent me to school when I was three years old nearby home, ten minutes walking in distance. That school was only primary school. I was graduated within five years from that primary school. Further continue my study I have joined to another secondary school. It is little bit far from my home. I had to walk around one and half hour to the school due to the unavailability of transportation and still remaining the same. I used to face trouble on along the way sometime such as rain, hailstorm, and I can't remember at all. It was quite difficult for me. However, my study was consistent so I was graduated easily without any breaks from that secondary school and I got the SLC (school leaving certificate). After the completion of SLC I left my hometown to continue my studies. Because, there is no any high school in my village, I left my parents for the first time so I felt unpleasant and hopeless but my high school graduation recovered those feelings. I came to Kathmandu for the first time. I have completed my high school (+2) study in Science from Everest Awasiya Higher Secondary School. After completion of my +2 study I took gap for a year to improve my English and other skills. Finally, I joined bachelors in Management with major in Tourism and Hospitality at Kathmandu Academy of Tourism and Hospitality. And, now I am in my sixth semester.
I have been working in tourism field since 2013. At the beginning I worked as a porter. I used to carry tourist's heavy luggage and walked 6-7 hour per day over tough hills, mountains and glacier. Gradually, I got lots of experience and gain knowledge about trekking route. And because of that collaboration of plenty skills I became a trekking guide in the year 2015 within in Everest (Khumbu) region with the help of my citizenship certificate. . I have done hiking at the elevation of 5550 meter or 18500ft high from the sea level. I have good enough knowledge about trekking routes in Nepal especially in Everest region. It's really challenging job but I enjoy it. I am glad to sharing my experience in the Himalaya and Nepalese customs, architecture, traditions, culture and lifestyle to my clients during the treks. I am an extrovert to talking about my own nation. And I am certified trekking guide by the date of March15, 2018. The certificate has handed over from Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MOCTCA).