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Nepal Embassy organizes Employment, Trade and Investment Promotion event

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Nepal Embassy organizes Employment, Trade and Investment Promotion event. A program aimed at providing detailed information about the new e-portal for Institutional Demand Attestation for sponsors in Oman seeking to recruit Nepali workers was recently held. The event also explored trade opportunities between Nepal and Oman and promoted investment opportunities in Nepal.

Oman Oman Nepal Embassy organizes Employment, Trade and Investment Promotion event. A program aimed at providing detailed information about the new e-portal for Institutional Demand Attestation for sponsors in Oman seeking to recruit Nepali workers was recently held. The event also explored trade opportunities between Nepal and Oman and promoted investment opportunities in Nepal. The gathering attracted over 65 guests, including prominent businesspersons, country managers, HR executives, media representatives, and other key stakeholders. Ambassador Dornath Aryal highlighted the Nepalese government's priorities to diversify its trading partners and promote foreign investment opportunities in Nepal. He encouraged business leaders to expand their transactions with Nepali counterparts for better outreach. Ambassador Aryal informed attendees about the successful completion of the Nepal Investment Summit 2024 and its achievements. He introduced the e-portal for Institutional Demand Attestation in Oman, emphasizing its benefits and hassle-free processing. He also mentioned plans to gradually move other recruitment processes for Nepali workers online, expressing hope that these initiatives would foster a strong long-term relationship between the Embassy and recruiters in Oman. Nabin Jha, IT Officer at the Department of Consular Services, delivered a virtual presentation on the e-portal (https://demand.nepalconsular.gov.np). He explained the registration process for recruiting companies and outlined the steps for creating demand for Nepali workers once their registration is approved by the embassy. Bishesh Kumar Sah, Second Secretary, explained how the e-portal would replace manual processes with a digital platform, streamlining the recruitment of Nepali workers. He responded promptly to participants' queries during the interactive session. Sah also announced that company registration for recruiters in Oman began on July 3, 2024, and from July 16, 2024, all institutional demands would be processed exclusively through the e-portal, with physical demand letters no longer accepted. Guests received printed manuals on the demand attestation process and documents related to Nepal’s trade and investment opportunities. The event, conducted by Second Secretary Bishesh Kumar Sah, marked a significant step in strengthening economic ties between Nepal and Oman.

The gathering attracted over 65 guests, including prominent businesspersons, country managers, HR executives, media representatives, and other key stakeholders. Ambassador Dornath Aryal highlighted the Nepalese government’s priorities to diversify its trading partners and promote foreign investment opportunities in Nepal. He encouraged business leaders to expand their transactions with Nepali counterparts for better outreach.

Ambassador Aryal informed attendees about the successful completion of the Nepal Investment Summit 2024 and its achievements. He introduced the e-portal for Institutional Demand Attestation in Oman, emphasizing its benefits and hassle-free processing. He also mentioned plans to gradually move other recruitment processes for Nepali workers online, expressing hope that these initiatives would foster a strong long-term relationship between the Embassy and recruiters in Oman.

Nabin Jha, IT Officer at the Department of Consular Services, delivered a virtual presentation on the e-portal (https://demand.nepalconsular.gov.np). He explained the registration process for recruiting companies and outlined the steps for creating demand for Nepali workers once their registration is approved by the embassy.

Bishesh Kumar Sah, Second Secretary, explained how the e-portal would replace manual processes with a digital platform, streamlining the recruitment of Nepali workers. He responded promptly to participants’ queries during the interactive session. Sah also announced that company registration for recruiters in Oman began on July 3, 2024, and from July 16, 2024, all institutional demands would be processed exclusively through the e-portal, with physical demand letters no longer accepted.

Guests received printed manuals on the demand attestation process and documents related to Nepal’s trade and investment opportunities. The event, conducted by Second Secretary Bishesh Kumar Sah, marked a significant step in strengthening economic ties between Nepal and Oman.

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