Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesICT	Country	Report(NepalPrepared	by	The rep...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesContents		1. Country´s Background.............
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees1. Country´s	Background1.1 Economy	• GDP: $...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees• Ruling Party: Coalition• Literacy Percent...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesE-Government Development IndexOnline Servic...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesfocused and giving remarkablefor balanced i...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees3. ICT	Strategy		3.1 Mission	and	Vision	Gov...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees3.3 Priorities	Ministry of Information and ...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesSectorICT Law/ Decree/TelecommunicationsNec...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesOthersPress Council Act, 2048Telecommunicat...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees4.3 ICT	Institutions	and	RoleSource: Minist...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesAdministration DivisionAdministration Secti...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesFrequency Management SectionØ Evaluate, rev...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesØ Discover and analyse upperform the job wi...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesMinistriesØ To inform the public about the ...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesØ To develop/promote and disseminate arts a...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesØ Defines effective policies, standards and...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees4.4 ICT	Education		To prepare citizen from ...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesØ Interactive Voice Response services from ...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees5. Country´s	ICT	Cooperation	Activities	Coo...
Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees6. References		· Source: United Nations Eht...
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  1. 1. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesICT Country Report(NepalPrepared by The report provides a description of thebackground, implementation, usage and impact.understanding of the nationalmutual partners.December 2012, Seoul Koreahis report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 1ICT Country Report (ICR)Nepal) Prepared by Bikram Acharya provides a description of the country´s ICT standing point in termimplementation, usage and impact. The report targets to provide an objectivethe national ICT reality and to find the collaboration opportunity betweenKoreathe idea of reportICT Country (ICR): terms ofThe report targets to provide an objectiveand to find the collaboration opportunity betweenContact: bikramac@gmail.com
  2. 2. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesContents 1. Country´s Background................................1.1 Economy ................................1.2 Social – Political ................................1.3 ICT Indicators ................................2. National Development Strategy2.1 Description................................2.2 Priorities................................3. ICT Strategy................................3.1 Mission and Vision................................3.2 Principles................................3.3 Priorities................................4. ICT Sector................................4.1 ICT Policy................................4.2 ICT Laws and Regulation4.3 ICT Institutions and Role4.4 ICT Education................................5.1 ICT/e-Government Projects5.2 Project List ................................5.3 Comments on Projects................................5. Country´s ICT Cooperation ActivitiesCooperation Experience and Results6. References ................................his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 2................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................National Development Strategy ..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ICT Laws and Regulation................................................................................................ICT Institutions and Role................................................................................................................................................................................................Government Projects............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................Country´s ICT Cooperation Activities................................................................Cooperation Experience and Results............................................................................................................................................................................................................................the idea of report.............................................3.................................3......................................................3................................4.............................................................5..............................5..................................6.............................................................7..................................................7.................................7..................................8................................8.................................8.........................................8.......................................11........................................................18..................................18............................18..........................................18....................................................20................................20............................21
  3. 3. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees1. Country´s Background1.1 Economy • GDP: $18,884,495,628• GNI per capital: $540• Government Annual– Income: NRS– Spending: NRS• National Debt– US$: 3,702million• Grant– NRs.: 65,344,230• Soft Loan– NRs: 22,231,4151.2 Social – Political • Territory– Square Km: 147• Population: 26,620,809• Language: Nepali(Official)• Capital City: Kathmandu• Percentage of Urbanization• Political Power Organization:his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 3Background $18,884,495,628 (World Bank,2011540 (World Bank,2011Annual BudgetNRS 1,404,608,000,000 (MoF Nepal, 2012NRS 10,23,70,49,00,000 (MoF Nepal, 2012million (World Bank, 201065,344,230 (MOF, fiscal year 2010/201122,231,415,000 (MOF, fiscal year 2010/2011Political 147,181(nearly 1.47 time of ROK)809 (CBS Nepal, 201Nepali(Official)KathmanduUrbanization: 17% (World Bank,2011Organization: Parliamentthe idea of reportWorld Bank,2011)World Bank,2011)MoF Nepal, 2012)MoF Nepal, 2012)World Bank, 2010)year 2010/2011)year 2010/2011)Nepal, 2011)World Bank,2011)
  4. 4. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees• Ruling Party: Coalition• Literacy Percentage:1.3 ICT Indicators ComponentTelecommunications (ITU, 2011)http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/statistics/explorer/index.htmlhttp://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/statistics/at_glance/keytelecom.htmlEurope, Americas)Fixed Telephone SubscriptionsFixed Broadband SubscriptionPercentage of Individuals Using InternetMobile Cellular SubscriptionsComponentThe Global Information Technology Reporthttp://www.weforum.org/issues/globalNetwork ReadinessEnvironment Sub-IndexReadiness Sub-IndexUsage Sub-IndexImpact Sub-IndexInformation Society Measurement 2012http://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/publications/idi/material/2012/MIS2012_without_Annex_4.pdfhttp://www.itu.int/ITU-D/ict/publications/idi/material/2012/IDIICT DevelopmentIDI Access Sub-IndexIDI Use Sub-IndexIDI Skills Sub-IndexICT Price Basket (as % of GNI per capita)Fixed Telephone Sub-Basket ( % GNI pc)Mobile Cellular Sub-Basket ( % GNI pc)Fixed Broadband Sub-Basket ( % GNI pc)United Nations E-Government Survey 2012http://www2.unpan.org/egovkb/global_reports/12report.htmhis report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 4CoalitionPercentage: 68.2% (UNDP report 2011TotalPer 100HabitantsRegion %AverageD/ict/statistics/explorer/index.html for CountryD/ict/statistics/at_glance/keytelecom.html for Region (Africa, Arab, Asia & Pacific, CIS,845542 2.77 13.894,656 0.31 76.7Percentage of Individuals Using Internet NA 9 25.513.3545million 43.81 76.7Country´sRankCountry´sIndex/ScoreRegion IndexAverageThe Global Information Technology Report (WEF, 2012)http://www.weforum.org/issues/global-information-technology/gitr-2012-data-platform128 2.92 NA125 3.19 NA111 3.47 NA135 2.48 NA128 2.54 NAInformation Society Measurement 2012 (ITU, 2011)D/ict/publications/idi/material/2012/MIS2012_without_Annex_4.pdfD/ict/publications/idi/material/2012/IDI-ranking.pdfDeveloping137 1.63 4.02138 1.87129 0.32130 3.76capita) 132 27.2( % GNI pc) 137 9.3( % GNI pc) 123 8.7( % GNI pc) 137 63.4Government Survey 2012 (UN, 2012, * 2010)http://www2.unpan.org/egovkb/global_reports/12report.htmthe idea of reportUNDP report 2011)Region %Average(Am.)World %Averagefor Region (Africa, Arab, Asia & Pacific, CIS,13.8 17.376.7 8.525.5 32.576.7 85.7Region IndexAverage(Am.))World IndexAverageplatformNA NANA NANA NANA NANA NADeveloping4.02
  5. 5. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesE-Government Development IndexOnline Service ComponentTelecomm Infrastructure ComponentHuman Capital ComponentE-Participation IndexEnvironment Index 2. National Development Strategy 2.1 Description After end of the 104 years dark familyMajesty the Government of Nepal) startedidentifying the key sectors for theplan and focused into the agricultural sectorbuilding infrastructure. After finishingNepal declared interim development planwhich were vandalized during 12 years of Maoistfocus has been given to renovateterm strategic plan, due to political uncertainty there is noNepal is one of the post-conflict country and trying to make remarkable economic growtheven in challenging environment.development plan and promised good governance, emphasizing on infrastructuredevelopment, spurring investment, job creation and growth, while reducing inequality andexclusion. Consistent with the previous plan, the draft highlights investments in power,roads, ICT, education, health, water supply and local development, and improved socialprotection along with creating massive employment opportunities in the countryGovernment has announced National development plan and has included Hydropowersector, ICT sector, and industrialnational economy. In 2011/12 fiscal year higher priority (14.83% of total budget) to“Federal Structure Supportive Physical Infrastructure“Mainstreaming for Industryhis report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 51650.26640.3248140 0.2876 0.2497168 0.0597 0.0998167 0.4521 0.6272152 0.0263 0.1047131 0.2941 0.4914National Development Strategy After end of the 104 years dark family regime in 1951, Government of Nepal (formerly HisMajesty the Government of Nepal) started systematic periodic development planidentifying the key sectors for the development from 1956 as first five year developmentinto the agricultural sector, education, transportation, communicationfter finishing 9th five years development plan, government ofNepal declared interim development plan for 2007-2010 for renovationvandalized during 12 years of Maoist led so-called people’srenovate the structure, continuing previous plan, and newplan, due to political uncertainty there is no significant outcome.conflict country and trying to make remarkable economic growtheven in challenging environment. Recently, Nepal has announced an ambitious economicn and promised good governance, emphasizing on infrastructureinvestment, job creation and growth, while reducing inequality andexclusion. Consistent with the previous plan, the draft highlights investments in power,education, health, water supply and local development, and improved socialcreating massive employment opportunities in the countryGovernment has announced National development plan and has included Hydropowernd industrial revolution as one of the most priority sector for upliftingn 2011/12 fiscal year higher priority (14.83% of total budget) toFederal Structure Supportive Physical Infrastructure” comparing to 1.88% forIndustry, Trade and Service Sector” which shows the government isthe idea of report0.3248* 0.4406*0.2497* 0.2863*0.0998* 0.2357*0.6272* 0.7973*0.1047* 0.2047*0.4914 0.4633Government of Nepal (formerly Hisperiodic development planas first five year development, education, transportation, communication andth five years development plan, government ofrenovation of infrastructure,war. Even intenseprevious plan, and new long-outcome.conflict country and trying to make remarkable economic growthNepal has announced an ambitious economicn and promised good governance, emphasizing on infrastructureinvestment, job creation and growth, while reducing inequality andexclusion. Consistent with the previous plan, the draft highlights investments in power,education, health, water supply and local development, and improved socialcreating massive employment opportunities in the country.Government has announced National development plan and has included Hydropowerpriority sector for upliftingn 2011/12 fiscal year higher priority (14.83% of total budget) tocomparing to 1.88% forwhich shows the government is
  6. 6. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesfocused and giving remarkablefor balanced infrastructure (MoF, 2011).2.2 Priorities To provide the sympathy to the publicgovernment announced the priorand Industry), Infrastructure (Sector (Education, Drinking Water and Sanitation, WomenGender equality) as key areaonly be achieved through the capitalization of labor, properfund, and the use of technology.Peace and ReconstructionPeace and Reconstructionrestore the destroyed structure during thePlanning Commission prepared three years interimthe development plan toRecently, Nepal Planning Commission has announced a development plan andpriorities of Government to accelerate economic growth along with othersupportive programs to create jobs, utilize themillion labor capital, CIA, 2009includes transportation (Fast track, rail track, roads, regional andairport), hydropower (major hydropower project and micro hydro project,transmission lines), irrigation (majoOther programs like women empowerment withprogram are also in priority which areproblem.his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 6and giving remarkable emphasis to structuring to federal government and planningfor balanced infrastructure (MoF, 2011).o provide the sympathy to the public suffered from the 12 years of civil war,government announced the priorities on Economic Sector (Agriculture, Tourism,Infrastructure (Irrigation, Road, Hydropower, and ICTSector (Education, Drinking Water and Sanitation, Women’s empowerment andas key area. Government believes that the economic growth canthrough the capitalization of labor, proper mobilizationfund, and the use of technology. These identified sectors are declared unPeace and Reconstruction program that is under the separate ministryReconstruction, to conduct the reconstruction andthe destroyed structure during the insurgency period. Basedommission prepared three years interim developmentthe development plan to mobilized the concerned authorities.Recently, Nepal Planning Commission has announced a development plan andpriorities of Government to accelerate economic growth along with othersupportive programs to create jobs, utilize the huge mass of labor capitalmillion labor capital, CIA, 2009) and increase skilled manpower.includes transportation (Fast track, rail track, roads, regional andairport), hydropower (major hydropower project and micro hydro project,transmission lines), irrigation (major and minor irrigation project) (NPC, 2012).Other programs like women empowerment with cottage industry, selfprogram are also in priority which are expected to address the unemploymentthe idea of reportto structuring to federal government and planningsuffered from the 12 years of civil war,(Agriculture, Tourism,ydropower, and ICT), and Socials empowerment andthat the economic growth canmobilization of capitalare declared under theunder the separate ministry, Ministry ofreconstruction and rehabilitation toBased on this priorityplan (NPC, 2007)Recently, Nepal Planning Commission has announced a development plan andpriorities of Government to accelerate economic growth along with otherhuge mass of labor capital (18and increase skilled manpower. The prioritiesincludes transportation (Fast track, rail track, roads, regional and internationalairport), hydropower (major hydropower project and micro hydro project,gation project) (NPC, 2012).industry, self-employmentto address the unemployment
  7. 7. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees3. ICT Strategy 3.1 Mission and Vision Government has vision of the smart and developed community though now running withthe transitional period. Government and the concerned organization believe that knowledgebased economy is the only key of the balanced and strong economy and ensures the hiGDP growth rate of the countries like Nepal.been widely realized that the decades of past developmentaddress the issues related to poverty,initiatives conceived to overcome these challenges,with great hopes to materialize theGovernment Master Plan in 2006 with the mission of providing the valuesuch as citizen-centered services, transparent services,ultimately creates a knowledgeauthorities mobilized the resources toof the key contributor of GDP considering it as aestablish the knowledge-based society. Ultimately, Nepal will maximize the use of ICT tocreate values for individuals, organizations, includcreate synergy effect through networking. In this respect, the vision statement for theNepal e-Government is defined as following.3.2 Principles ICT is only the way to capitalize theGovernment of Nepal has the commitment to make the efficient knowledge based societyto strengthen the knowledge enforcement.· Community Focus· Community Capability and Inclusiveness· Mutual Respect, Confidence and Trust· Interactivity and Flexibility· Responsibility and Accountabilityhis report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 7Mission and Vision Government has vision of the smart and developed community though now running withovernment and the concerned organization believe that knowledgebased economy is the only key of the balanced and strong economy and ensures the hiGDP growth rate of the countries like Nepal. In the transitional contextwidely realized that the decades of past development efforts haveto poverty, imbalance. Among various plans,conceived to overcome these challenges, development of ICTs is looked uponwith great hopes to materialize the country’s dream. Government hasGovernment Master Plan in 2006 with the mission of providing the valueservices, transparent services, and networkedknowledge-based society. To achieve the goal,the resources to equip country with ICT and make ICT sector as oneof the key contributor of GDP considering it as a growth engine. Through this, it willbased society. Ultimately, Nepal will maximize the use of ICT tocreate values for individuals, organizations, includes and all other parts of society, andcreate synergy effect through networking. In this respect, the vision statement for theGovernment is defined as following.ICT is only the way to capitalize the knowledge-based society in short period ofpal has the commitment to make the efficient knowledge based societyto strengthen the knowledge enforcement.Community Capability and InclusivenessMutual Respect, Confidence and TrustInteractivity and FlexibilityResponsibility and Accountabilitythe idea of reportGovernment has vision of the smart and developed community though now running withovernment and the concerned organization believe that knowledgebased economy is the only key of the balanced and strong economy and ensures the highontext of Nepal, it hasefforts have largely failed toAmong various plans, programs, andof ICTs is looked uponGovernment has developed the e-Government Master Plan in 2006 with the mission of providing the value added servicesand networked government andthe goal, the concernedand make ICT sector as oneThrough this, it willbased society. Ultimately, Nepal will maximize the use of ICT toes and all other parts of society, andcreate synergy effect through networking. In this respect, the vision statement for thesociety in short period of time;pal has the commitment to make the efficient knowledge based society
  8. 8. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees3.3 Priorities Ministry of Information and Communicationseparate department to see afterGovernment has properly mobilizedmentioned ministries. Departmentproduce highly qualified graduate(NITC)( Under the ministry of Environment, Science and Technology)implementation of the E-Governmentcommunities. The government has alsothe secondary school and the teleWhich shows that Nepal Government and its concerned department hasresources to make infrastructure and computer literate.infrastructure government and regulatory body decided to distribute the license withworking privilege of nationaltelephony and ICT infrastructureThe development of ICT infrastructure plays a vital role to develop ICTRecent MIS report of Nepal Telecommunication Authority shows that Nepal hasof telephony penetration rate andInternet penetration 97% ofincrease broadband penetrationbroadband and NITC in implementing E4. ICT Sector 4.1 ICT Policy Government of Nepal has released the first communication related act in 1990 and internethad launched in 1993. Remarkable ICT policy and billsprovide the sufficient playground4.2 ICT Laws and Regulatihis report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 8Ministry of Information and Communication and Ministry of Education have their ownto see after development of technology and itsmobilized the resources of the concerned department from thementioned ministries. Department of Education is focusing on academic institution toqualified graduate and National Information and Technology Center( Under the ministry of Environment, Science and Technology) is working for theGovernment with other departments and the private sectors andThe government has also announced the compulsory computer education incondary school and the tele-centers to each village development committee (hich shows that Nepal Government and its concerned department hasresources to make infrastructure and computer literate. To build the telecommunicationgovernment and regulatory body decided to distribute the license withnational and regional mobility, which also helped to penetrate inICT infrastructure,he development of ICT infrastructure plays a vital role to develop ICTRecent MIS report of Nepal Telecommunication Authority shows that Nepal hasof telephony penetration rate and broadband Internet penetration is very low (penetration 97% of Internet users are from GPRS and CDMA 1x/EVDO).increase broadband penetration NTA is taking leadership to make and deploy the wirelessbroadband and NITC in implementing E-Government project.Government of Nepal has released the first communication related act in 1990 and internet1993. Remarkable ICT policy and bills had passed from the parliament tothe sufficient playground for the stakeholders.ICT Laws and Regulation the idea of reportMinistry of Education have their owndevelopment of technology and its implementation.department from theof Education is focusing on academic institution toand National Information and Technology Centeris working for theand the private sectors andd the compulsory computer education incommittee (VDC).hich shows that Nepal Government and its concerned department has mobilized theo build the telecommunicationgovernment and regulatory body decided to distribute the license withalso helped to penetrate inhe development of ICT infrastructure plays a vital role to develop ICT infrastructure.Recent MIS report of Nepal Telecommunication Authority shows that Nepal has 68.13%penetration is very low (3% of totalusers are from GPRS and CDMA 1x/EVDO). ToNTA is taking leadership to make and deploy the wirelessGovernment of Nepal has released the first communication related act in 1990 and internetpassed from the parliament to
  9. 9. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesSectorICT Law/ Decree/TelecommunicationsNecessity service conduction actCommunication Related SomeNepal Acts AmendmentTelecommunications ActCommunication Related SomeNepal Acts Amendment ActNational News Agency Act,Communication Corporation Act,Right to Information Act, 2064Domestic Postal serviceBroadcastingNational Broadcasting Act, 2049Domestic Postal serviceAdditional Postal ServiceOutdoor Postal ServiceRadio Communication(Liscence)RegulationNational Broadcasting RegulationTelecommunication RegulationRight to Information RulesOutdoor Postal ServicePostal RegulationNecessaryIndustryE-GovernmentPostalPostal Act, 2019 (1963)Domestic Postal serviceAdditional Postal ServiceOutdoor Postal Servicehis report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 9Decree/ RegulationNameType (Law/ Decree/Regulation)ecessity service conduction act law 1957Communication Related SomeNepal Acts Amendment Actlaw 1990Telecommunications Act 1997Communication Related SomeNepal Acts Amendment Act2000National News Agency Act, 1Communication Corporation Act, 1972Right to Information Act, 2064 2007omestic Postal service 1962National Broadcasting Act, 2049 1993omestic Postal service 1962Postal ServiceOutdoor Postal ServiceRadio Communication(Liscence)1992National Broadcasting Regulation 199Telecommunication Regulation 1962Right to Information Rules 2009Outdoor Postal Service1963Postal Regulation2008Postal Act, 2019 (1963) 1962omestic Postal service 1974Postal Service 1975Outdoor Postal Service 1976the idea of reportEnacted Year/ Draft19571990199720001962197220071962199319621992199519622009196320081962197419751976
  10. 10. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesOthersPress Council Act, 2048Telecommunication PolicyLong-term Policy of Informationand Communication SectorTelecommunication PolicyElectronic Transaction actIT policyE-Communicationstandardization directiveshis report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 10Press Council Act, 2048 Act 1992Telecommunication Policy Policy 2004term Policy of Informationand Communication SectorPolicy 2003Telecommunication Policy Policy 2004Electronic Transaction act Act 2008Policy 2000Communicationstandardization directivesDirective 2010the idea of report1992200420032004200820002010
  11. 11. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees4.3 ICT Institutions and RoleSource: Ministry of Information and CommunicationMinistry of Information andCommunicationDepartments Legal Advisory SectionSecreteriatDepartment of PostalDepartment of InformationDepartment of PrintingCommunicationDivisionAdministrationDivisionAudio-Visual &BroadcastingsectionPress &InformationCoordinationSectionFiscal AdministrationSectionInternationalAssistance SectionGeneralAdministrationSectionPolicy, Planning,Monitoring &Evaluation Sectionhis report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 11ICT Institutions and Role inistry of Information and CommunicationMinistry of Information andCommunicationOrganizationLegal Advisory SectionSecreteriatNepal Telecommunications AuthorityNepal TelecomGorkhapatra CorporationRadio Broadcasting DevelopmentCorporationNepal Television CorporationRastriya SamacharFilm Development BoardPress CouncilDivisionsFrequencyManagement &TechnologyAnalysis DivisionFiscal AdministrationInternationalAssistance SectionAdministrationFrequencyManagementSectionPolicy, Planning,Monitoring &Evaluation SectionTelecom TechnologyAnalysis sectionMonitoring sectionthe idea of reportOrganizationNepal Telecommunications AuthorityNepal TelecomGorkhapatra CorporationRadio Broadcasting DevelopmentCorporationNepal Television CorporationRastriya Samachar samitiFilm Development BoardPress CouncilTelecom Technology
  12. 12. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesAdministration DivisionAdministration SectionØ Personnel administrationØ General administrationØ Public relationØ Office InspectionØ Coordination/facilitation to the government undertakingsØ Manpower developmentØ Organizational reformØ Property protectionFiscal Administration SectionØ Budget ImplementationØ Financial RecordØ RevenueØ AuditInternational Assistance SectionØ Contact with International organizations/InstitutionsØ Participation in regional/International summit, seminar, meetingØ Documentation of foreign added projects, proceeding BulletinPolicy, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation SectionØ Short term and long term policy formulationØ Annual Programme and BudgetØ Implementation of foreign assistance ProjectØ CoordinationØ Monitoring and EvaluationCommunication DivisionAudio-Visual and Broadcasting SectionØ Support policy measures relating to Film and Radio and TelevisiØ Regulatory function as per National Broadcasting Act.Ø Film CensorshipPress and Information CoordinationØ Support to policy measures relating to Print mediaØ Coordination on Information flowØ Documentation of mass media activitiesFrequency Management and Technology Analysis Divisionhis report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 12Personnel administrationGeneral administrationCoordination/facilitation to the government undertakingsManpower developmentOrganizational reformFiscal Administration SectionBudget ImplementationInternational Assistance Sectiontional organizations/InstitutionsParticipation in regional/International summit, seminar, meetingDocumentation of foreign added projects, proceeding BulletinPolicy, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation SectionShort term and long term policy formulation and ImplementationAnnual Programme and BudgetImplementation of foreign assistance ProjectMonitoring and EvaluationVisual and Broadcasting SectionSupport policy measures relating to Film and Radio and Television broadcastingRegulatory function as per National Broadcasting Act.Press and Information CoordinationSupport to policy measures relating to Print mediaCoordination on Information flowDocumentation of mass media activitiesanagement and Technology Analysis Divisionthe idea of reporton broadcasting
  13. 13. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesFrequency Management SectionØ Evaluate, review, redesign, and expand the required system, policy, rules andtechnically related national planning and programme for the spectrum managementbased on ITU radio regulation.Ø Coordinate with ITU for the utilization of orbital slot allocation of nepal andmanage proper use of it.Ø Prepare national frequency allocation table and fix assignment and channelingplans accordingly.Ø Study and review radio communicationimplement plans for the national interest and benefit.Ø Study the conclusions made from various conferences of ITU and evaluate workingplans accordingly.Ø Coordinate with ITU, ICAO, INTELSAT, APT, APSCC, ABU like otherinternational and regional organisations and inform about the usage of radiofrequency.Ø Issue and renew license required for various radio communication servicesaccording to radio act and regulation.Ø Design the syllabus and conduct the examination before issuinoperation of AMATEURE RADIO EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEM.Ø Identify required physical hardware and software to make frequency managementsystem contemporary.Ø Identify and study the subjects to be submitted to National Frequency PolicyDetermining Committee.Ø Implement the timely amendment and redesigning of present radio frequency actand rule.Ø Make documentation in frequency management related subjects throughconclusions made from various conferences, seminars and workshops organised inNational and International level for benefit of the nation.Ø Prepare "Master National Frequency Register" of frequencies used nationwide andupdate radio frequencies used and to be used in future in Nepal.Ø Take the information of radio equipment and systems being usekeep a record.Ø Recommend whether the works are done according to license or not.Ø Manage to take the equipments of Ministry and related organizations, committeesto foreign countries for work or maintenance.Telecommunications Technology AØ Review and discover the analytical description of the technology and preparestatements appropriate for national use for the development in telecommunicationssector.Ø Review the present act, policy, rule and orders and recommend for the ameof those to meet the technical standard for the import, export, construction andproduction of Radio Communication equipments.Ø Enhanced technical quality and expand suitable technology of Radio Equipmentand System.Ø Prepare proposals to maintain coocommunication sector.his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 13Frequency Management SectionEvaluate, review, redesign, and expand the required system, policy, rules andtechnically related national planning and programme for the spectrum managementregulation.Coordinate with ITU for the utilization of orbital slot allocation of nepal andmanage proper use of it.Prepare national frequency allocation table and fix assignment and channelingStudy and review radio communication founded by ITU and evaluate andimplement plans for the national interest and benefit.Study the conclusions made from various conferences of ITU and evaluate workingCoordinate with ITU, ICAO, INTELSAT, APT, APSCC, ABU like otherational and regional organisations and inform about the usage of radioIssue and renew license required for various radio communication servicesaccording to radio act and regulation.Design the syllabus and conduct the examination before issuinoperation of AMATEURE RADIO EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEM.Identify required physical hardware and software to make frequency managementsystem contemporary.Identify and study the subjects to be submitted to National Frequency PolicyCommittee.Implement the timely amendment and redesigning of present radio frequency actMake documentation in frequency management related subjects throughconclusions made from various conferences, seminars and workshops organised innd International level for benefit of the nation.Prepare "Master National Frequency Register" of frequencies used nationwide andupdate radio frequencies used and to be used in future in Nepal.Take the information of radio equipment and systems being useRecommend whether the works are done according to license or not.Manage to take the equipments of Ministry and related organizations, committeesto foreign countries for work or maintenance.Telecommunications Technology Analysis SectionReview and discover the analytical description of the technology and preparestatements appropriate for national use for the development in telecommunicationsReview the present act, policy, rule and orders and recommend for the ameof those to meet the technical standard for the import, export, construction andproduction of Radio Communication equipments.Enhanced technical quality and expand suitable technology of Radio EquipmentPrepare proposals to maintain coordination between various organizations ofcommunication sector.the idea of reportEvaluate, review, redesign, and expand the required system, policy, rules andtechnically related national planning and programme for the spectrum managementCoordinate with ITU for the utilization of orbital slot allocation of nepal andPrepare national frequency allocation table and fix assignment and channelingfounded by ITU and evaluate andStudy the conclusions made from various conferences of ITU and evaluate workingCoordinate with ITU, ICAO, INTELSAT, APT, APSCC, ABU like otherational and regional organisations and inform about the usage of radioIssue and renew license required for various radio communication servicesDesign the syllabus and conduct the examination before issuing license for theoperation of AMATEURE RADIO EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEM.Identify required physical hardware and software to make frequency managementIdentify and study the subjects to be submitted to National Frequency PolicyImplement the timely amendment and redesigning of present radio frequency actMake documentation in frequency management related subjects throughconclusions made from various conferences, seminars and workshops organised inPrepare "Master National Frequency Register" of frequencies used nationwide andTake the information of radio equipment and systems being used nationwide andRecommend whether the works are done according to license or not.Manage to take the equipments of Ministry and related organizations, committeesReview and discover the analytical description of the technology and preparestatements appropriate for national use for the development in telecommunicationsReview the present act, policy, rule and orders and recommend for the amendmentof those to meet the technical standard for the import, export, construction andEnhanced technical quality and expand suitable technology of Radio Equipmentrdination between various organizations of
  14. 14. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesØ Discover and analyse upperform the job with the coordination of Nepal Telecommunications Authority inthe process of identification of comparatØ Study and evaluate the technology and radio used by telecommunications serviceprovider.Ø Prepare Pricing Mechanism, Technical Standard and Costpublic telecommunications service andØ Studying the technical behalf of approved constitution, convention, resolution andrecommendation by the International Organisation, like ITU, INTELSAT, APT,ABU etc, to be submitted for reobservation and implementation accornecessity.Ø Study technical field of ITU conference and activities of ITUØ Study possibilities and effectiveness of Teresterial, Satellite and PersonalCommunication System and prepare implementation process.Ø Prepare reports of Type AppØ Work according to approved yearly plans, programs and budget and keep all thedata.Ø Manage to implement the outcomes, decisions, programmes and recommendationsmade from training, seminars, workshop andTelecommunication Sector.Ø Work for the reviewing, evaluating and redesigning of assigned jobs.Monitoring SectionØ Monitoring the use of radio frequency and identifying the obstacles in the use ofAssigned Frequencies.Ø prepare daily log book and maintain register to identify the interference anddisturbance in frequency use.Ø Work, conserve, improve, redesign and maintain Radio Monitoring Station andMobile Radio Monitoring System daily.Ø Examine whether the use of Radio Frequency is accor not.Ø Use the latest technology to examine communication equipments, equipmentsystem monitoring.Ø Evaluate the systems and programmes to devlop monitoring system and make thesystem better.Ø coordinate for international raØ Prepare report of designated works.Ø Maintain the technical level in radio monitoring as per ITU.Ø Review, evaluate and redesigned designated works.Ø Implement the outcomes, decisions, programmes and recommendations made fromtraining, seminars, workshop and conference etc.his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 14Discover and analyse up-to-date worldwide communication technology andperform the job with the coordination of Nepal Telecommunications Authority inthe process of identification of comparatively useful technology for the nation.Study and evaluate the technology and radio used by telecommunications servicePrepare Pricing Mechanism, Technical Standard and Cost -benefit Analysis for thepublic telecommunications service and contemporary radio equipments.Studying the technical behalf of approved constitution, convention, resolution andrecommendation by the International Organisation, like ITU, INTELSAT, APT,ABU etc, to be submitted for reobservation and implementation accorStudy technical field of ITU conference and activities of ITU- study group.Study possibilities and effectiveness of Teresterial, Satellite and PersonalCommunication System and prepare implementation process.Prepare reports of Type Approval Requirements and develop the application forms.Work according to approved yearly plans, programs and budget and keep all theManage to implement the outcomes, decisions, programmes and recommendationsmade from training, seminars, workshop and conference related toTelecommunication Sector.Work for the reviewing, evaluating and redesigning of assigned jobs.Monitoring the use of radio frequency and identifying the obstacles in the use ofAssigned Frequencies.og book and maintain register to identify the interference anddisturbance in frequency use.Work, conserve, improve, redesign and maintain Radio Monitoring Station andMobile Radio Monitoring System daily.Examine whether the use of Radio Frequency is according to level fixed in licenseUse the latest technology to examine communication equipments, equipmentEvaluate the systems and programmes to devlop monitoring system and make thecoordinate for international radio monitoringPrepare report of designated works.Maintain the technical level in radio monitoring as per ITU.Review, evaluate and redesigned designated works.Implement the outcomes, decisions, programmes and recommendations made fromseminars, workshop and conference etc.the idea of reportdate worldwide communication technology andperform the job with the coordination of Nepal Telecommunications Authority inively useful technology for the nation.Study and evaluate the technology and radio used by telecommunications servicebenefit Analysis for thecontemporary radio equipments.Studying the technical behalf of approved constitution, convention, resolution andrecommendation by the International Organisation, like ITU, INTELSAT, APT,ABU etc, to be submitted for reobservation and implementation according tostudy group.Study possibilities and effectiveness of Teresterial, Satellite and Personalroval Requirements and develop the application forms.Work according to approved yearly plans, programs and budget and keep all theManage to implement the outcomes, decisions, programmes and recommendationsconference related toWork for the reviewing, evaluating and redesigning of assigned jobs.Monitoring the use of radio frequency and identifying the obstacles in the use ofog book and maintain register to identify the interference andWork, conserve, improve, redesign and maintain Radio Monitoring Station andording to level fixed in licenseUse the latest technology to examine communication equipments, equipmentEvaluate the systems and programmes to devlop monitoring system and make theImplement the outcomes, decisions, programmes and recommendations made from
  15. 15. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesMinistriesØ To inform the public about the economic and social activities of the country andpromote the democratic culture so as to safeguard and promote the freedom ofexpression and the right to information ofdevelopment of democracy while upholding the sovereignty, territorial integrityand national independence as well as the dignity of Nepal.Ø To make the communications media efficient so as to make citizens conscioucreating an environment of equality, mutual goodwill and harmony among thevarious tribes, languages, classes and religious communities in such manner as thepeople in general may, on the basis of the rule of law, enjoy the benefits ofdemocracy peaceably.Ø To make the communications media active so as to facilitate the protection andconsolidation of the basic norms and values of the sovereignty of the people and theNational Unity while according top priority to the national interest.Ø To make the information and communications sector active so as to preserve thevarious aspects of national identity and significance, as well as to secure peoplesparticipation, international cooperation and goodwill in the process of allrounddevelopment of the nation byMain Duties and Responsibilities:Ø To implement or cause to be implemented effectively, the National CommunicationPolicy.Ø To establish coordination among communication related agencies and to implementtheir functions effectivelØ To enable the communication agencies to be capable of providing appropriatetechnology based modern, efficient communication services effectively andaffordably available to the general public for overall national development.Ø To make communication mediunderstanding and cooperation.Ø To promote contact for cooperation and understanding with the internationalagencies related to the communication sector in order to cause Nepal to benefitfrom them.his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 15To inform the public about the economic and social activities of the country andpromote the democratic culture so as to safeguard and promote the freedom ofexpression and the right to information of the people and to ensure the institutionaldevelopment of democracy while upholding the sovereignty, territorial integrityand national independence as well as the dignity of Nepal.To make the communications media efficient so as to make citizens conscioucreating an environment of equality, mutual goodwill and harmony among thevarious tribes, languages, classes and religious communities in such manner as thepeople in general may, on the basis of the rule of law, enjoy the benefits ofably.To make the communications media active so as to facilitate the protection andconsolidation of the basic norms and values of the sovereignty of the people and theNational Unity while according top priority to the national interest.rmation and communications sector active so as to preserve thevarious aspects of national identity and significance, as well as to secure peoplesparticipation, international cooperation and goodwill in the process of allrounddevelopment of the nation by creating public awareness.Main Duties and Responsibilities:To implement or cause to be implemented effectively, the National CommunicationTo establish coordination among communication related agencies and to implementtheir functions effectively.To enable the communication agencies to be capable of providing appropriatetechnology based modern, efficient communication services effectively andaffordably available to the general public for overall national development.To make communication media active for the promotion of international mutualunderstanding and cooperation.To promote contact for cooperation and understanding with the internationalagencies related to the communication sector in order to cause Nepal to benefitthe idea of reportTo inform the public about the economic and social activities of the country andpromote the democratic culture so as to safeguard and promote the freedom ofthe people and to ensure the institutionaldevelopment of democracy while upholding the sovereignty, territorial integrityTo make the communications media efficient so as to make citizens conscious bycreating an environment of equality, mutual goodwill and harmony among thevarious tribes, languages, classes and religious communities in such manner as thepeople in general may, on the basis of the rule of law, enjoy the benefits ofTo make the communications media active so as to facilitate the protection andconsolidation of the basic norms and values of the sovereignty of the people and theNational Unity while according top priority to the national interest.rmation and communications sector active so as to preserve thevarious aspects of national identity and significance, as well as to secure peoplesparticipation, international cooperation and goodwill in the process of allroundTo implement or cause to be implemented effectively, the National CommunicationTo establish coordination among communication related agencies and to implementTo enable the communication agencies to be capable of providing appropriatetechnology based modern, efficient communication services effectively andaffordably available to the general public for overall national development.a active for the promotion of international mutualTo promote contact for cooperation and understanding with the internationalagencies related to the communication sector in order to cause Nepal to benefit
  16. 16. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesØ To develop/promote and disseminate arts and music that reflect national values,culture, art, and heritage.Ø To promulgate the Acts/Regulations related to film production, exhibition,distribution and to promote the use of local resources related to film making.Ø To manage and regularise film making in Nepal by foreigners.Ø To formulate and implement relevant Acts/Regulations for the allocation,distribution, management of frequency/spectrum including the maintenance of acentral inventory and monitoring the radio spØ To formulate/implement and or cause to be implemented Acts/Regulation code ofconduct in matters related to Broadcasting.Ø To strengthen the Department of Postal Services and Department of Informationwith necessary resources to carry out their respØ To promote the printing industry by encouraging printing presses to provide incountry printing services.Ø To develop the press council as an independent, autonomous, self ruled institutionfor the development of healthy andØ To maintain, and or cause to maintain a cordial relationship between thegovernment and the press.Ø To formulate policy/rules and implement and or cause to be implemented for agood security, and protection of the infrastructure/instinformation and communication agencies.E-Government ProjectNITC with support from Korean IT Industry Promotion Agency (KIPA) and HLCIT hasalready drafted national e-Gplan.This Master plan includes:Ø Designs appropriate architectures.Ø Creates Infrastructure in compliance with the architectures.Ø Recommends E-governance Framework.his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 16lop/promote and disseminate arts and music that reflect national values,culture, art, and heritage.To promulgate the Acts/Regulations related to film production, exhibition,distribution and to promote the use of local resources related to film making.o manage and regularise film making in Nepal by foreigners.To formulate and implement relevant Acts/Regulations for the allocation,distribution, management of frequency/spectrum including the maintenance of acentral inventory and monitoring the radio spectrum.To formulate/implement and or cause to be implemented Acts/Regulation code ofconduct in matters related to Broadcasting.To strengthen the Department of Postal Services and Department of Informationwith necessary resources to carry out their respective services effectively.To promote the printing industry by encouraging printing presses to provide incountry printing services.To develop the press council as an independent, autonomous, self ruled institutionfor the development of healthy and respectable journalism.To maintain, and or cause to maintain a cordial relationship between thegovernment and the press.To formulate policy/rules and implement and or cause to be implemented for agood security, and protection of the infrastructure/institution related to theinformation and communication agencies.NITC with support from Korean IT Industry Promotion Agency (KIPA) and HLCIT hasGovernance master plan that and working according to MasterDesigns appropriate architectures.Creates Infrastructure in compliance with the architectures.governance Framework.the idea of reportlop/promote and disseminate arts and music that reflect national values,To promulgate the Acts/Regulations related to film production, exhibition,distribution and to promote the use of local resources related to film making.To formulate and implement relevant Acts/Regulations for the allocation,distribution, management of frequency/spectrum including the maintenance of aTo formulate/implement and or cause to be implemented Acts/Regulation code ofTo strengthen the Department of Postal Services and Department of Informationective services effectively.To promote the printing industry by encouraging printing presses to provide inTo develop the press council as an independent, autonomous, self ruled institutionTo maintain, and or cause to maintain a cordial relationship between theTo formulate policy/rules and implement and or cause to be implemented for aitution related to theNITC with support from Korean IT Industry Promotion Agency (KIPA) and HLCIT hasovernance master plan that and working according to Master
  17. 17. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesØ Defines effective policies, standards and procedures for IT governance and decisionmaking (e.g. IT security Policy, cyber rules and regulation etc).Ø Recommends an organizational structure for supporting EØ Provides an implementation plan with schedule and budget.Ø Maps existing IT enabled government services and eØ Creates awareness for recognition of IT as a productive tool of learning and goodgovernance at all levels of governmentWork in Progress:Ø Digitization of contentØ Infrastructure (physical infrastructure like optical fiber, Data center, website ofdifferent government office and their service)Ø Building TelecentersGIDC (Government Integrated Data Center)One of the development indexinfrastructure. The success of einfrastructure. Therefore, due emphasis ought to be given on the development of egovernment infrastructure in the country. Infrastructure needs to be built up for all aspectsof e-governance, be it delivery of services by government or access of services by citizensor even for backend automation at government departments.should ensure a coordinated development of infrastructure in various parts of the naavoid another divide between the ICT enabled and the nonreliable and efficient e-government project and services to the people, Data center is one ofthe important infrastructuresstorage, management, processing and exchange of data that exists within a specificenterprise or a specialized facility.his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 17Defines effective policies, standards and procedures for IT governance and decision(e.g. IT security Policy, cyber rules and regulation etc).Recommends an organizational structure for supporting E-governance.Provides an implementation plan with schedule and budget.Maps existing IT enabled government services and e-readiness.wareness for recognition of IT as a productive tool of learning and goodgovernance at all levels of governmentof content(physical infrastructure like optical fiber, Data center, website ofment office and their service)elecentersGIDC (Government Integrated Data Center) project under NITCindexes of country is accounted by ICT developmentThe success of e-governance initiatives depends a great deal on sound ICTinfrastructure. Therefore, due emphasis ought to be given on the development of egovernment infrastructure in the country. Infrastructure needs to be built up for all aspectsovernance, be it delivery of services by government or access of services by citizensor even for backend automation at government departments. In additionshould ensure a coordinated development of infrastructure in various parts of the naavoid another divide between the ICT enabled and the non-enabled.government project and services to the people, Data center is one ofinfrastructures. The project GIDC is to build the centralized location for thestorage, management, processing and exchange of data that exists within a specificenterprise or a specialized facility.the idea of reportDefines effective policies, standards and procedures for IT governance and decisiongovernance.wareness for recognition of IT as a productive tool of learning and good(physical infrastructure like optical fiber, Data center, website ofdevelopment and itsgovernance initiatives depends a great deal on sound ICTinfrastructure. Therefore, due emphasis ought to be given on the development of e-government infrastructure in the country. Infrastructure needs to be built up for all aspectsovernance, be it delivery of services by government or access of services by citizensIn addition, the governmentshould ensure a coordinated development of infrastructure in various parts of the nation toTo make secure,government project and services to the people, Data center is one ofzed location for thestorage, management, processing and exchange of data that exists within a specific
  18. 18. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees4.4 ICT Education To prepare citizen from the beginningFramework for School Educationlevel school is compulsorycomputer educations. On the other hand department of education promoting the universityand colleges to integrate ICT in their regularICT trainings. Ministry of Education has draftedThis master plan includes Women Empowerment in ICT, Compulsory computer educationin middle school, vocational trainings to unemployed peopletraining centre, and different programs on radio and television targeting specific group ofpeople.5.1 ICT/e-Government5.2 Project List SectorG2C √G2B √G2G √Infrastructure √ICT Industry √5.3 Comments on Projects In Government to citizen projectØ Election commission moves ahead with plans to revamp Nepal’ssystem with the suffrageØ Digitization of vehiclethe key service of this project.Ø Online tender to projects of different governmehis report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 18To prepare citizen from the beginning, government announced “National CurriculumSchool Education” in 2007” in which computer education in secondarycompulsory. Before this framework only private schooln the other hand department of education promoting the universityintegrate ICT in their regular curricula and helped them to offer differentICT trainings. Ministry of Education has drafted “ICT in Education Master PlanWomen Empowerment in ICT, Compulsory computer educationin middle school, vocational trainings to unemployed people, community teletraining centre, and different programs on radio and television targeting specific group ofrnment Projects On-Going√√Comments on Projects n Government to citizen project,Election commission moves ahead with plans to revamp Nepal’ssuffrage card and aims to make it as a national identity card.Digitization of vehicle license, renewing license, paying penalties fromthe key service of this project.tender to projects of different government department and projects.the idea of reportNational Curriculumin which computer education in secondaryamework only private school are offeringn the other hand department of education promoting the universityhelped them to offer differentICT in Education Master Plan” in 2012.Women Empowerment in ICT, Compulsory computer education, community tele-centers andtraining centre, and different programs on radio and television targeting specific group ofFutureElection commission moves ahead with plans to revamp Nepal’s digitized electoralcard and aims to make it as a national identity card., renewing license, paying penalties from Internet arent department and projects.
  19. 19. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licenseesØ Interactive Voice Response services from the different department to hear publiccomment and supportØ E-Procurement facility which is implemented in state owned corporation and fewministry but it is too slow.his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 19Interactive Voice Response services from the different department to hear publicsupport them in any time.Procurement facility which is implemented in state owned corporation and fewministry but it is too slow.the idea of reportInteractive Voice Response services from the different department to hear publicProcurement facility which is implemented in state owned corporation and few
  20. 20. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees5. Country´s ICT Cooperation Activities Cooperation Experience and Results In ICT development, many international cooperationKIPA, World Bank etc. are working in different projects.infrastructure development, making visionary master plan, curricula developmentGovernment projects, expanding broadband network through theor through the non-governmental organization.development from low level but always raising the issue ofcontinuation of government of local authority.his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 20Cooperation Activities Cooperation Experience and Results n ICT development, many international cooperation organizations like Koica, UNESCO,are working in different projects. These projects includesture development, making visionary master plan, curricula developmentGovernment projects, expanding broadband network through the government organizationgovernmental organization. These projects are highly focused on ICTdevelopment from low level but always raising the issue of sustainabilitycontinuation of government of local authority.the idea of reportlike Koica, UNESCO,hese projects includesture development, making visionary master plan, curricula development, E-government organizationprojects are highly focused on ICTsustainability due to
  21. 21. Country Report:NepalThis report is not complete vunder non commercial licensees6. References · Source: United Nations Ehttp://www.unpan.org/egovkb 29/02/2012 11:32:43 AM· Nepal Planning Commission, 2007, Three year Interim Development Plan· Ministry of Finance, 2011, Budget Details for Fiscal Year 2011· (http://www.unpei.org/PDF/Nepal· Ministry of Finance, 2010, JOINT EVALUATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PARISDECLARATION, PHASE II· http://www.npc.gov.np/new/uploadedFiles/allFiles/ndac_27.pdf· National Planning Commission strategic action plan and progress report 2012· https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the his report is not complete version, anyone can use, improve and share thicensees 21Source: United Nations E-Government Readiness Knowledge Base,http://www.unpan.org/egovkb 29/02/2012 11:32:43 AMNepal Planning Commission, 2007, Three year Interim Development PlanMinistry of Finance, 2011, Budget Details for Fiscal Year 2011-12 (Red Bohttp://www.unpei.org/PDF/Nepal-3-year-interim-plan-eng.pdf)Ministry of Finance, 2010, JOINT EVALUATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PARISDECLARATION, PHASE II.gov.np/new/uploadedFiles/allFiles/ndac_27.pdfNational Planning Commission strategic action plan and progress report 2012https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/np.htmlthe idea of reportNepal Planning Commission, 2007, Three year Interim Development Plan12 (Red Book)Ministry of Finance, 2010, JOINT EVALUATION OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE PARISNational Planning Commission strategic action plan and progress report 2012factbook/geos/np.html

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