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 region
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. The workshop finalized the working methodology of the everest heith measurement
|Consultation workshop conducted to finalize the working methodology.|
|Preliminary reconaissance and monumentation completed at different 13 Sagarmatha peak observation stations|
|Precise Levelling Survey|
|Precise Leveling observation of 248 kilometers is completed. With this, all the task of precise leveling has been completed. The height from Maadar at Siraha is carried to Pattale, Pike and Chhulyamu.|
|GNSS Survey for all planned control points is completed. GNSS survey at total 298 points has been completed|
|Monumentation of all gravity points is completed. Observation for 139 stations is completed in fiscal year 2075/76. Field work for remaining gravity survey has been started. Till 9th of Decembermber, gravity survey 155 points has been completed|
|Traingulation and Trigonometrical Levelling|
|Tringulation and Trignometrical leveling have been completed. Everest has been observed from 12 stations|
Sagarmatha (Everest) Height Measurement Secretariat
Chief Survey Officer Mr. Susheel Dangol
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