Employment Opportunities in Kathmandu Metropolis: Balen Shah
Balen, Kathmandu Metropolitan City’s Labor Bank Introduction:
Kathmandu News, In a groundbreaking move, Kathmandu Metropolitan City, Balen has launched the Labor Bank initiative, a project aimed at revolutionizing the way job seekers and employers connect. This transformative project not only enhances employment opportunities but also nurtures social development. Here, we delve into the details of how this visionary project is reshaping the city’s employment landscape.
Balen Bridging the Gap: Kathmandu’s Labor Bank
The labor bank project, an integral part of the Mahanagara Golden Plan, is rewriting the rulebook for employment dynamics in Kathmandu. Its core mission is to provide a centralized platform where the city’s unemployed youth and potential employers can seamlessly interact, cultivating a thriving job market.
A Symbiotic Approach: Empowering Both Ends
Employment empowerment is at the heart of the Labor Bank project. By strategically connecting job seekers with opportunities in infrastructure development, environmental protection, and various social sectors, the project ensures that every facet of the metropolis benefits from this symbiotic relationship.
Dynamic Operation: Seamless Execution
With a meticulously planned execution strategy, the labor bank collects comprehensive details of unemployed individuals. Through the “zero unemployment scheme,” candidates receive the necessary training, equipping them with the skills required by the job market. This workforce is then skillfully matched with the needs of employers across private sector industries, government projects, and consultancy services.
Balen Making a Difference: Transforming the Employment Landscape
The Labor Bank initiative aligns seamlessly with the Kathmandu Metropolitan City’s annual policy and program. The project addresses the critical demand for manpower in social development, infrastructure construction, heritage protection, environmental preservation, and urban maintenance, thus Balen contributing to the city’s holistic growth.
Your Chance to Thrive: Joining Kathmandu’s Labor Bank
If you’re looking to be a part of this transformative movement, seize the opportunity. As a resident of Kathmandu Metropolitan City, you can apply for positions through the prescribed form available at www.kathmandu.gov.np/. Download the form, fill in the required details, and submit it at your local ward office or the employment service center. This is your chance to contribute to the city’s development while securing your own future.
Requirements for Inclusion: Qualifications and Documentation
To be a part of the Labor Bank, you need to meet specific criteria:
– Be a permanent resident, taxpayer, or Nepali citizen residing in the Kathmandu metropolis.
– Age between 18 and 60 years.
The application process requires the following documents:
– Copy of Nepali Citizenship
– Immigration documents
– Copy of house restoration agreement (if applicable)
– Tax payment certificate (for taxpayers)
Next Steps: A Brighter Future with Kathmandu Labor Bank
As the project unfolds, it promises to redefine the city’s employment landscape. Stay tuned for more updates as the Labor Bank transforms Kathmandu into a hub of opportunity, growth, and social progress.
For More Information:
For queries and additional details, feel free to reach out:
– Sarita Rai, Labor Bank Focal Person – Contact: 985111600
– Employment Coordinator – Contact: 9851279303
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