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‘NPC should come up with employment generation schemes’

Kathmandu, March 26: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal 'Prachanda' has instructed the National Planning Commission to come up new schemes that increase production and generate employment in the country. In a meeting with newly appointed members of the NPC who called the Prime Minister at his office in Singha Durbar

Government appoints three members in Planning Commission

The government has made appointment to the vacant post of members of the National Planning Commission (NPC).

NPC elicits recommendations from development partners for 16th plan

The National Planning Commission (NPC) held consultations with international development partners on the draft of the 16th period plan and

Sixteenth periodic plan: GDP target to exceed Rs 80 trillion

The draft of the 16th five-year plan (2081/82-2085/86) encapsulating the main goal of economic development with good governance, social justice

PM Dahal expects to see quality transformation through 16th Periodic…

Kathmandu, Aug 2: Prime Minister and National Planning Commission (NPC) Chairperson Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’ has said the NPC 16th

Approach Paper of 16th Periodic Plan approved

Kathmandu, Aug 2: The Approach Paper of the 16th Five-year Periodic Plan (2024/25- 2028/29) has been approved. A plenary meeting

NPC brings calendar to prepare 16th periodic plan

The National Planning Commission (NPC) has brought a calendar to prepare the 16th five-year periodic plan to be enforced from

Projects of Rs 150 billion proposed to receive supplementary, special…

The provinces and local levels have proposed as high as 4,500 projects with an estimated budget worth Rs 142.43 billion

Govt appoints three NPC members

The government has appointed three members in the National Planning Commission (NPC) on Monday. A meeting of the Council of

NPC’s study opposes foreign investment in primary sector of agriculture

A study done by the National Planning Commission (NPC) has said foreign investment should not be made in the primary