Precise levelling is conducted to carry height from the southern plains of Nepal to the selected control points.
Trignometrical levelling is performed from selected control points(points to which height is carried by precise levelling).
Gravity survey will be conducted to define the local geoid around the Everest
GNSS based survey is conducted for determining locations of gravity points, bench marks as well as top of Sagarmatha.
Consultation Workshop for finalizing the methodology developed by Survey Department was conducted on 11-12 December 2017.
|Sagarmatha Height Measurement Procedure: Presentation Slide[Original Version:Final version will be update later]|
|Program Schedule of the workshop|
|Proceeding and the report of the workshop outcome||Will be uploaded Soon|
|Field report of the preliminary recee done for four Sagarmatha observation stations||Will be uploaded soon|
|Field report of the quick recee done for bench marks from Mirchaiya of Siraha district to Katari of Udaypur district|
|Progress report of the year 2074/75|
|Consultation workshop conducted to finalize the working methodology.|
|Preliminary reconaissance completed at different Sagarmatha peak observation stations : Sollung; Chhulyamu; Pike (Sub) HS; Pataale; Rauje; Lower Rauje; Aiselukharka; Takshindu; Laure Danda; Mayum|
|Quick reconaissance survey of Bench Marks along the Sagarmatha Highway from Mirchaiya to Katari has been completed.|
|Precise Levelling Survey|
|Monumentation works completed in 156.5 Km. Observation completed in 169.7 Km which includes 169 points : 1 datum station at Madar; 43 Special Permanent Bench Marks(PBMs) and 125 Permanent Bench Marks(PBMs).|
|GNSS field survey conducted at 102 points: 48 Gravity Points; 1 Connecting Point; 47 Levelling Points and 6 Control Points of National Control Network.|
|Planning works for gravity survey has been started.|
Sagarmatha (Everest) Height Measurement Secretariat
Chief Survey Officer Mr. Susheel Dangol
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