Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security (Nepal)
|श्रम, रोजगार तथा सामाजिक सुरक्षा मन्त्रालय|
|Headquarters||Singha Durbar, Kathmandu, Nepal|
The Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security (Nepali: श्रम, रोजगार तथा सामाजिक सुरक्षा मन्त्रालय) is a government ministry of Nepal that governs the development policies of labour and employment in the country.
The ministry was formed in 1981 as the Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare.In 1995 and 2000, the portfolio was adjusted making it first the Ministry of Labour and later the Ministry of Labour and Transport Management. In 2002, the ministry received its final portfolio under which it operates today, the Ministry of Labour and Employment.
- Development of Pure Industrial Relationship
- Ending Unemployment and Development of Productive and Qualitative Employment System
- Child Labour Alleviation
- Development of Safety, Managed and help based transportation system
Two departments serve under the ministry to facilitate and implement its work:
Furthermore, several Organizations also work under and with the ministry:
Former Ministers of Labour and Employment
This is a list of all Ministers of Labour and Employment since the Nepalese Constituent Assembly election in 2013:
|Name||Party||Assumed Office||Left Office|
|1||Tek Bahadur Gurung||Nepali Congress||25 February 2014|
|2||Deepak Bohara||Rastriya Prajatantra Party||24 December 2015|
|3||Surya Man Gurung||Nepali Congress||26 August 2016|
|4||Farmulha Mansur||Nepali Congress||7 June 2017|
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- "वैदेशिक रोजगार विभाग". Department of Foreign Employment. Retrieved 25 October 2017.
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