Nepal Trade Union Congress-Independent

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Full name Nepal Trade Union Congress-Independent
Founded 2008
Members 192,000
Country Nepal
Affiliation ITUC
Key people

Khila Nath Dahal, President

Mahendra Prasad Yadhav, General secretary
Office location Kathmandu, Nepal

The Nepal Trade Union Congress-Independent (NTUC-I) is a national trade union centre in Nepal. It was founded in 2008, as the merger of two organisations, the Nepal Trade Union Congress (NTUC) and the Democratic Congress of Nepali Trade Unions (DECONT). DECONT had split from the NTUC in 1997.

The NTUC-I is affiliated to the International Trade Union Confederation, and is politically linked to the Nepali Congress (NC) party.

Nepal Trade Union Congress - Independent its name to Nepal Trade Union Congress from the decision of .