KATHMANDU, Jan 4: The British Gurkha Satyagraha United Struggle Committee, which has been agitating for over a year demanding equal pension as their British counterparts and compensation for past discrimination, has threatened to obstruct the recruitment of Nepali youths in the British Army.

KATHMANDU, Jan 4: The British Gurkha Satyagraha United Struggle Committee, which has been agitating for over a year demanding equal pension as their British counterparts and compensation for past discrimination, has threatened to obstruct the recruitment of Nepali youths in the British Army.

KATHMANDU, Sept 13: Nepal has agreed to resume the worker recruitment process in Malaysia, ending a 16-month* travel ban that prevented tens of thousands of Nepali workers from traveling to one of the most popular work destinations.

KATHMANDU, July 18: Nearly 400,000 youths are going to appear in the Public Service Commission (PSC) examinations from Friday for filling 9,161 vacancies at 515 local units across the country.

KATHMANDU, July 2: The Supreme Court on Monday gave the go ahead to government authorities– Public Service Commission and Ministry of General Administration— for recruiting over 9,000 personnel for the local governments.

KATHMANDU, Feb 8: In the first of its kind in the district, Aiselukharka Rural Municipality of Khotang has started recruiting village police for what it said to conduct daily activities in an effective way.

KATHMANDU, Nov 19: An event to foster strong partnerships to promote ethical and fair recruitment practices in the foreign employment process for Nepali people has been organized in the capital on Monday.

Until six months ago, departure of Nepali migrant workers to Malaysia was unhindered, but the agonies, hurdles and pains of our potential and returnee migrant workers were beyond words. However, the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on ‘Recruitment, Employment and Repatriation of Workers’ signed on October 29 between the government of Nepal and the government of Malaysia will hopefully make things better for Nepali workers. Thanks to a dozen plus migrants-friendly points.

KATHMANDU, Sept 4: A bill drafted by the Ministry of Federal Affairs and General Administration proposes barring the local units from recruiting civil servants on their own. Revising the draft bill prepared to replace the Civil Service Act with the Federal Civil Service Bill, the ministry has barred the local units from recruiting civil servants themselves. The ministry has argued that the constitution has envisioned only federal and provincial service commissions for recruitment civil servants.

KATHMANDU, March 28: Kathmandu District Administration Office (DOA)  has asked Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) to suspend its new recruitment process until further notice after a complaint was lodged at the Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) against  NRCS office bearers about alleged irregularities.

KATHMANDU, April 28: The government has proposed halting fresh recruitment of civil servants for year in order to adjust public sector employees in the new federal structure.

KATHMANDU, March 20: The Ministry of Home Affairs (MoHA) has prepared a proposal seeking permission from the cabinet to recruit 75,000 temporary police for the upcoming local polls. MoHA officials said that the hiring process of temporary police would start once the proposal gets approved by the cabinet.

Startup recruitment woes

August 12, 2016 04:55 am

“Every year we have more than 500,000 graduates ready to enter the job market. So we tend to have plenty of options if we are looking for freshers straight out of college. But indeed, we have to put in extra effort to locate experienced and skilled candidates.