No more manels

Shyam Sharma and Roshee Lamichhane / My Republica
The efforts we make to avoid all male panels can lead do a variety of benefits, from discovering better experts, enriching the conversation, inspiring younger women, to fostering new expertise.
According to statistics maintained by the Department of Tourism, a total of 323 women have climbed Mt Everest from the Nepali side till 2016 since Japanese mountaineer Junko Tabei stood on the summit of the highest mountain on earth in 1975. Between 2006 and 2016, Mt Everest has seen successful summit of 260 women mountaineers. This shows growing fascination of women mountaineers toward Mt Everest. In nearly three decades before 2006, only 63 women reached the summit of Mt Everest.