Foreign Employment Tribunal Rules, 2012

The Rules has been introduced in accordance with Article 85 of the Foreign Employment Act 2007.
Download (Nepali) Link

Foreign Employment Policy, 2012

The foreign employment policy was passed by the parliament on 24 February 2012. The Policy has been formulated to give direction for the effective management of foreign employment and to make the process of migration safe and accessible by overcoming the shortcomings of the prevailing Acts and Rules in addressing problems related to foreign employment.
Download (Nepali) Link

Foreign Employment (First Amendment) Rules, 2011

This is the first amendment of the Foreign Employment Rules 2008.
Download (Nepali) Link

Foreign Employment Rules, 2008 

The Rules were framed to implement the power conferred by Section 85 of the Foreign Employment Act, 2064 (2008). It sets out rules concerning selection of institution or worker, provisions relating to license, provisions relating to prior approval and selection of workers, provisions relating to training, fund, board, tribunal, and other miscellaneous rules.
Download (English) Link Download (Nepali) Link

Foreign Employment Act, 2007

The Act was made to amend and consolidate laws relating to foreign employment. 

Preamble: Whereas, it is expedient to amend and consolidate laws relating to foreign employment in order to make foreign employment business safe, managed and decent and protect the rights and interests of the workers who go for foreign employment and the foreign employment entrepreneurs, while promoting theat business.
Download (English) Link Download (Nepali) Link

Foreign Employment Rules, 1999

The Rules were framed to exercise the power conferred by Section 27 of the Foreign Employment Act, 2042 (1985). It lists out provisions concerning issuance and renewal of license, insurance, labour attaché, inspection, etc.
Download (English)

Foreign Employment (Second Amendment) Act, 1998

The Act was amended for the second time in 1992.
Download (English)

Foreign Employment (First Amendment) Act, 1992

This is the first amendment of the original Act.
Download (English)

Foreign Employment Act, 1985

The Act was introduced to provide for issues relating to foreign employment. 

Preamble: Whereas it is expedient to control and manage as well as to maintain economic interests and conveniences of the general public. It has been amended thrice, first amended in 2049, second in 2054 and then recently in 2064 BS.
Download (Nepali) Download (English)

Immigration Rules, 1994

The Rules were formulated by the government to exercise powers conferred by Immigration Act of 2049. It lays down rules for provisions for relationship visa, conduct and terms to be upheld at the time of entrance and departure and other miscellaneous rules.
Download (English) Link Download (Nepali) Link

Immigration Act, 1992

The Act was made to provide for immigration.

Preamble: Whereas, it is expedient to regulate as well as control the entry of the foreigners into the Kingdom of Nepal, their presence therein and their departure therefrom, and to manage the arrival and departure of the citizens of Nepal.
Download (English) Link Download (Nepali) Link

Labour Rules, 1993

These rules were framed by the government to exercise the powers conferred by the Labor Act, 2049. It lays down the rules regarding the following: employment security of profession and service; remuneration and welfare arrangements; arrangements relating to health, sanitation and safety; and those relating to committees and officers and other miscellaneous government powers.
Download (English) Link Download (Nepali) Link

Labour Act, 1992

The Act was made to provide for labour.

Preamble: Whereas it is expedient to make timely provisions relating to labour by making provisions for the rights, 'interests, facilities and safety of workers and employees working in enterprises of various sectors.
Download (English) Link Download (Nepali) Link

Bonus Act, 2030

This act was introduced to provide for distribution of bonus to the workers and the personnel who are working in a nenterprise. In addtion, this act also defines the workers and the enterprises.  Furthermore, the act also clarifies the eligibility for obtaining bonus.  
Download (English) Link Download (Nepali) Link

Child Labour Act, 2000

This act was implemented to abolish child labour.  
Download (English) Link Download (Nepali) Link

Trade Union Act, 1992

To ensure the rights of the labour and self-employed persons, this act was made. 

Preamble : Whereas it is expedient to make legal provision regarding registration, operation of Trade Union and other necessary provisions relating to it for the protection and promotion of professional and occupational rights of the persons engaging in self-employment and the workers working in various industry, trade, profession or service in Enterprises or outside the Enterprises.
Download (English) Link Download (Nepali) Link

 

NEWS SEARCH