Dehradun. 22 September 2020. After a historic Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) and Uttarakhand Tourism Development Board (UTDB) today, the Tehri Dam has now become a place to be known as one of the best spots for water sports and tourism in the country.
The MoU has been signed and exchanged between ITBP Mountaineering and Skiing (M and SI) Institute, Auli, Uttarakhand and UTDB at ITBP Northern Frontier HQrs at Seemadwar campus in Dehradun. Gambhir Singh Chauhan, DIG ITBP and Prashant Arya, Director UTDB exchanged the documents in an informal function at the state capital in the presence of Vivek Chauhan Joint Director, Tourism Deparment and Nilabh Kishore, IG Northern Frontier ITBP.
With this MoU, the ITBP will take over the Tehri Lake Adventure Institute for 20 years from now. ITBP Auli is known to be the leading adventure training Institute of the Nation including the water sports at its Shivpuri, Rishikesh camp.
The Tehri Lake Adventure Institute will now be administered and managed by ITBP and will impart training of water sports including Kayaking, canoeing, rowing, sailing, parasailing, paragliding, water rescue and life saving course that will benefit ITBP and other CAPFs and State Police Forces in the field of water sports. The Institute will also train local youth in water sports.
ITBP is known for its unparalleled achievements in the field of adventure.