The chamber has represented itself on the following capacity at the government and local administration level:
1. Member, Nepal Government, Town Development Committee.
2. Member, Nepal Government, Land & Building Valuation Committee.
3. Member, Nepal Government, District Fund Raising Committees for Natural Disaster Relief.
4. Coordinator, Nepal Government, One Village one Product Execution Committee, Chitwan
5. Coordinator, Youth Self-employment and small enterprise development committee, Chitwan
6. Member, Management Committee, Bal Kumari College (Public College) Narayangarh.
7. Member, Management Committee SaptaGandaki Multiple Campus (Public College), Bharatpur.
8. Chairman, Management Committee, BalKumari English School.
9. Member, Management Committee, Girls Campus, Bharatpur.
10. Member, National Sport Council, District Branch, Chitwan.
11. Member, Devghat Area Development Committee.
12. Member, District Agriculture Committee.
13. Member, Tourism Board, Chitwan.
14. Member, Bharatpur Hospital Management Committee, Chitwan.
15. Member, Cancer Sewa Samaj, BPKMCH
16. Member, Bharatpur Drinking Water Management Board
17. Member, Observation and supervision Committee, District Administration Office.
18. Member, Nepal NetraJyoti Sangh, Chitwan
19. Member, Child Welfare Committee, Chitwan
20. Member, Community service Centre, Chitwan
21. Member, Agri-Enterprise Centre, Chitwan
Representation In FNCCI central committee and FNCCI Province 3 Committee:
1. Dr. Til Chandra Bhattrai, Executive Board Member, FNCCI
2. Mr. Kalyan Joshi, Executive Board Member, FNCCI
3. Mr. Rajan Gautam, Vice-President, FNCCI Province 3 Executive Committee
Chamber of Commerce & Industry -Chitwan was organized in 1960 AD as a nonpolitical, nonprofit making and representative chamber of businessmen and business community of Chitwan. CCIC endeavors to represent the overall interest of industry and commerce in the district. Furthermore, it is an independent representative body of industry and commerce of district and has affiliation to the Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) having an entity of Founder Member. It was previously registered in the Office of Department of Industries, Singha Durbar, Kathmandu in 3rd February 1961 and again registered under NGO Registration Act in the Office of District Administration Chitwan, in 29th November 1995. In course of promoting the district CCIC has been implementing various programs focusing on four streams i.e. Education, Health, Agriculture and Tourism.
It has been making every possible effort for the last 58 years to protect and promote the interests of the business community, to mobilize the private sector towards social works in the district and to build awareness among its members as well. It gives the members’ views to the concerned governmental and non-governmental organizations, renders need based services to its members, provides arbitration services in the areas of industry, trade and labor, enhances the capabilities of its members by conducting training, workshops and seminars and makes effort to attract investment in the district.
CCIC provides membership to any individual, firm, joint stock company, proprietorship, associated body or an organization relating to trade, commerce, industry & transport engaged in export, import or any other trade or owning an industry in Chitwan district.
CCIC is committed to develop as an effective institution being an umbrella of industries and enterprises of Chitwan by providing quality services through skilled human resources complying with statutory and regulatory norms, continual improvements in its process to satisfy its customer and reviewing the quality objectives.
“TO CONTRIBUTE FOR THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF NATION BY PROTECTING AND PROMOTING THE BUSINESS INTERESTS OF BUSINESSES THROUGH THE MEANS OF LOCAL SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.”
“TO DEVELOP THE ORGANIZATION AS AN EFFECTIVE INSTITUTION CAPABLE OF PROVIDING REQUISITE SUPPORT FOR THE FURTHERANCE OF INDUSTRIES AND ENTERPRISES WITHIN ITS TERRITORY WITH EMPHASIS ON PROMOTING THE HIGHLY POTENTIAL SECTOR OF AGRICULTURE, TOURISM, HEALTH AND EDUCATION.”