Its report recommends that candidates should as of now have climbed a Nepali pinnacle of at any rate 6,500m (21,325ft), according to BBC.
They ought to likewise need to give a declaration of physical wellness, and utilize experienced aides, it includes.
Prior this year in any event 11 individuals kicked the bucket or disappeared on Mount Everest.
Nine of the passings happened on the Nepali side of Everest and two on the Tibetan side, with four of them blaming on overcrowding.
The board’s report additionally proposes an expense of at any rate $35,000 (£29,000) for those needing to ascend Everest and $20,000 for different mountains higher than 8,000m.
“We will take this forward by amending the laws and regulations. We will make our mountains safe, managed and dignified,” Tourism Minister Yogesh Bhattari told reporters.
Nepal is home to eight of the world’s 14 most noteworthy mountains, and remote climbers are a noteworthy wellspring of income.
The Nepali board was staffed by government authorities, climbing specialists and climbing network organizations.
It was set up after analysis from experienced climbers and aides of the framework that permits any individual who pays $11,000 to climb Everest.
Nepal’s official a record 381 licenses this season.