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Established as a professional association in 1992 with an aim of improving ELT situation in Nepal, NELTA serves as a platform for all those who have interests in ELT. Teachers and teachers in the making, teacher educators, curriculum developers, textbook writers and other materials developers, researchers, language policy makers, from home and abroad, come together at this platform and share their expertise and experiences with the spirit of "learn and let learn." With its fifteen branches at home and network with ELT associations in the neighbouring countries as well as with IATEFL and TESOL, NELTA works in close association with British Council, American Center, Ministry of Education and Sports and other organizations.