According to NEPAFE's constitution, the Executive Committee can form an Advisory Committee of not exceeding 9 members to advise EC and the Association’s activities.
The members of the Advisory Committee are selected from among the highly- experienced and highly reputed and recognized academicians and scientists from agriculture, forestry, and environmental management, or in allied fields, based in Australia or Nepal. The Terms of Reference of the Advisory Committee is as follows: 1- Key stakeholder mapping and engagement 2- Proactively promoting scientific and technological developments to members and key stakeholders 3- Champion the provision of objective advice on the pertinent issues on Agriculture, Forestry and Environment to key stakeholders 4- Providing advice on relevant topics, and the quality, relevance, and currency of technical and scientific content to be produced and disseminated by NEPAFE to its members and wider community. 5- Provide suggestion in preparing relevant position papers, MoU, guidance materials and any other publications addressing scientific and technological developments 6- Advise rolling plans for NEPAFE scientific conventions and major satellite meetings, including advising themes for these events 7- Availing own selves or suggesting relevant experts as speakers for conventions, seminars and webinars 8- Setting standards for scientific events, regarding quality, relevance, and currency of the technical and scientific content, and 9- Advising relevant changes in the policy, procedures and scope of NEPAFE
Responding to any guidance, advisory or mentoring request of NEPAFE executive committee on priority basis.