With the introduction of Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) in the 1960s, the banking industry took its first step toward automation. In Nepal, ATMs were first introduced in 1995 by Himalayan Bank Limited. Following ATMs, banks began to computerize their offices, reducing the need for physical information records.

KATHMANDU, Jan 26: The government since Wednesday has implemented a one-window system at all the customs offices across the country, aiming to reduce the hassles that the traders have been facing at the customs points.

KATHMANDU, Dec 30: The Department of Customs (DoC) has launched a central monitoring system in 14 customs offices in a bid to check anomalies at the main gateways of the goods transacted internationally.

Social solution to automation

March 5, 2019 03:15 am

A social-digital economy would respond simultaneously to the problems posed by automation and loneliness.

KATHMANDU, Dec 28: The process to develop fully automated online trading system has faced a roadblock due to differences between Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) and Securities Board of Nepal (Sebon).