Nepal Government to make one-door system more effective
KATHMANDU: The government will effectively implement the one-door system.
The Cabinet meeting on August 3 decided to create seven temporary quotas for the current fiscal year, 2020/21 for the operation of the implementation unit of the system. The vacancies will be filled from existing posts in the Finance Ministry and the bodies under it.
Likewise, Rama Joshi Dulal has been nominated for the member secretary of the Arrears Clearance Evaluation and Monitoring Committee for two years, said Finance Minister and Minister for Communications and Information Technology, Dr Yuba Raj Khatiwada.
The government has approved the proposal to lease out 30 ropani land of Arjun Chupari rural municipality-1 in Syangja district for 30 years. Likewise, 42 temporary quotas of officer level have been approved for the implementation of projects and programmes under the Ministry of Land Management, Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation.
Also, 292 temporary posts have been passed for the implementation of development projects under the Ministry of Urban Development. The meeting approved the draft of the guidelines for concluding treaties, 2076. Likewise, Regulations related to Administrative Court, 2076, Regulations related to personal privacy, 2077 have been passed. The agreement to operate the cottage and small development project reached in August 6, 2008 between the governments of Nepal and India has been extended till August 5, 2023.