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This article reports on a study carried out on the Nepal English Language Teachers’ Association (NELTA).
The findings established that the Association and the members operate in a reciprocal relationship, and that NELTA members learnt and grew with the Association, both enjoying the resources available and becoming resources themselves.
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NELTA is the New England affiliate of the American Land Title Association which represents the industry on a national basis.
The ALTA President attends our annual convention to give members the national viewpoint on the title industry, to advise on current trends and changes, and to report on ALTA activities on behalf of the industry.
NELTA members and their families get together for three days of fun and professional development in June each year at a New England resort hotel.
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Nepal English Language Teachers' Association (NELTA) is a professional, non-government organisation founded in 1992 with the help of the British Council.
Its primary aim is to support English language teachers in improving the teaching and learning of English in Nepal, in state and private schools. British Council Nepal has been working with NELTA in: • sponsoring a key note speaker for the NELTA International Conference in February every year • providing training and professional development for NELTA members at our learning centre • supporting NELTA members to attend ELT seminars, meetings and training events in other countries, including the UK • providing venues for meetings and training courses and national planning meetings • providing equipment to help establish a permanent office for the NELTA Secretariat.