Tuesday, February 27, 2018

New order of precedence in Nepal

New order of precedence in Nepal


As the country embraces federalism, the government has finalized a new order of precedence that places the President on top of the protocol.
New order of precedence in Nepal


Absence of the state protocol had created difficulties for government officials in conducting state ceremonies and public functions. An earlier protocol became redundant after federal structures were created in line with the new constitution adopted in 2015.
The order of precedence was revised by adjusting some key positions, mainly with the provincial administrations in place. The President is at the top of protocol, followed by the Vice President and the prime minister. The chief justice, the Speaker of House of Representatives and the National Assembly chairperson are placed in the fourth and fifth positions while the former President is ranked sixth. 
The provincial chiefs, chief ministers of provinces and ministers at the federal government have been ranked seventh along with the main opposition leaders at the two houses of federal parliament.

Who stands where
1. President
2. Vice President
3. Prime minister
4. Chief justice
5. Speaker of the House of Representative (HoR), Chairman of National Assembly (NA)
6. Former president, deputy PM 
7. Provincial chiefs (governors), federal ministers, opposition leader in HoR, opposition leader in NA, former vice president, former prime minister, former chief justice, deputy speaker of HoR, deputy speaker of NA, chief ministers of provinces, former speaker of Parliament, former chairman of the Constituent Assembly, 
8. State ministers, chairpersons of various committees of the HoR and the NA, vice-chair of the National Planning Commission, Supreme Court justices, Judicial Council members, chiefs of constitutional bodies, attorney general, assistant ministers, member of parliament (HoR & NA), and former deputy PM
9. Members and commissioners of constitutional bodies, chief secretary, chief of army staff, general secretary of federal parliament, Supreme Court chief registrar, chief judges of High Courts, governor of Nepal Rastra Bank, vice-chancellors of universities
10. Speaker of provincial assemblies, ministers of provincial governments, members of the National Planning Commission
11. Government secretaries, special class officers, supreme court registrar, deputy attorney general, deputy auditor general, chief secretary of provincial government, vice chancellor of Nepal Academy, foreign ambassadors in Nepal, secretary general of SAARC, Nepal’s ambassadors
12. Lt General, chief of Nepal Police, chief of Armed Police Force, chief of Department of National Intelligence, UN residential coordinator
13. Deputy Speakers of provincial assemblies, provincial state ministers, chiefs of various committees of provincial assemblies, judges of high court, chief of provincial public service commission, former ministers
14. Assistant ministers of provincial government, members of provincial assemblies
15. Chief of Metropolitan City, former state ministers, former assistant ministers, former lawmakers
16. Major Gen/additional inspector generals of Nepal Police, Armed Police Force and deputy chief investigation officers of Department of National Intelligence
17. Chiefs of District Coordination Committees, members of provincial Public Service Commission
18. Deputy Chiefs of Metropolitan City, government joint-secretaries, director general, first class gazetted officers, secretary of provincial government, district judges
19. Brig Gen/ DIGs of Nepal Police, Armed Police Force and Intelligence Department
20. Chiefs of municipalities, deputy chiefs of municipal cities, consulate general
21. Chairpersons of Rural Municipalities, deputy chiefs of municipalities, Colonel/SSPs of Nepal Police, Armed Police Force and Intelligence Department
22. Under-secretary of Nepal Government, all second class gazetted officers, Lieutenant Colonel; and SPs of Nepal Police, Armed Police Force and Intelligence Department
23. Major; DSPs of Nepal Police, Armed Police Force and Intelligence Department
24. Captain, section officers
25. Lieutenant of Nepal Army, Inspectors of Nepal Police, Armed Police Force and Intelligence Department
26. Section officers of provincial governments, section officers of local governments, all third class gazetted officers
27. Second Lieutenant

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Rivers Of The World's Capital Cities

Rivers Of The World's Capital Cities

A
Afghanistan - Kabul - River Kabul. 
Albania - Tirana - River Tirane. 
Andorra - Andorra La Vella - The Gran Valira.
Argentina - Buenos Aries - River Plate. 
Armenia - Yerevan - The Hrazdan River.  
Australia - Canberra - River Molonglo.
Austria - Vienna - River Danube. 
Autonomous Region of Tibet - Lhasa - The Kyi River.
Rivers Of The World's Capital Cities

B
Barbados - Bridgetown - River Careenage.  
Bangladesh - Dhaka - River Buriganga. 
Belarus - Minsk - The Svislach River.
Belize - Belmopan - The Belize River.
Belgium - Brussels - River Zenne. 
Bhutan - Thimpu - River Wong Chhu. 
Bolivia - La Paz - River Choqueapu. 
Bosnia and Herzogovenia - Sarajevo - River Miljacka. 
Botswana - Gaborone - The Nottoway River.  
Brunei - Bandar Seri Begawan - The Brunei River. 
Bulgaria - Sofia - The River Vladaiska, the River Perlovska and the River Iskar flow along the outskirts of the city.  
Burundi - Bujumbura - Lake Tanganyika.
C
Cambodia - Phnom Penh - Located along the River Mekong and Lake Tonle Sap. 
Canada - Ottawa - River Ottawa.  
Central African Republic - Bangui - The Ubangi River. 
Chad - N'djamena - River Chari.
China - Beijing - The Yellow River.
Chile - Santiago - River Mapocho
Colombia - Bogota - River Bogota.
Congo - Brazzaville - River Congo.  
Croatia - Zagreb - River Sava. 
Cuba - Havana - River Almendares. 
Cyprus - Nicosia - River Pedieos.
Czech Republic - Prague - River Vltava.
D
Democratic Republic of Congo - Kinshasa - River Congo.  
Denmark - Copenhagen - Located across two islands which are separated by the Oresund Strait.
Dominica - Roseau - River Roseau. 
Dominican Republic - Santa Domingo - River Ozama.
E
El Salvador - San Salvador - River Acelhuate. 
Ethiopia - Addis Ababa - River Chankelia.
Ecuador - Quito - River Guayllabamba. 
England - London - River Thames.
Egypt - Cairo - River Nile. 
Estonia - Tallinn - River Pirita.
F
Finland - Helsinki - River Vantaa.  
France - Paris - River Seine.  
French Guyana - Cayenne - River Cayenne.
G
Gabon - Libreville - River Komo.
Gambia - Banjul - River Gambia.
Georgia - Tblisi - River Kura.
Germany - Berlin - River Spree and River Havel. 
Ghana - Accra - River Odaw.
Greece - Athens - River Kifissos.
Greenland - Nuuk - The Nuup Kangerlua Fjord. 
Guinea Bissau - Bissau - River Geba. 
Guyana - Georgetown - River Demerara.
H
Honduras - Tegucigalpa - River Choluteca. 
Hungary - Budapest - River Danube.
I
Iceland - Reykjavik - River Ellioaa.
India - Delhi - River Yamuna.
Indonesia - Jakarta - River Ciliwung.
Iran - Tehran - River Hableh Rood.
Iraq - Baghdad - River Tigris.
Isle of Man - Douglas - River Douglas. 
Italy - Rome - River Tiber.
J
Jamaica - Kingston - The Hope River. 
Japan - Tokyo - River Sumida.
Jordan - Amman - The Zarqa River.
K
Kazakhstan - Astana - River Ishim. 
Kenya - Nairobi - River Nairobi. 
Kyrgyzstan - Bishtek - River Chu.
L
Laos - Vientiane - River Mekong.
Latvia - Riga - River Daugava.  
Lebanon - Beirut - The Beirut River.
Leichtenstein - Vaduz - River Rhine.  
Lesotho - Maseru - River Mohokare. 
Liberia - Monrovia - Located at the confluence of the River Mesurado and River Saint Paul. 
Libya - Tripoli - River Abu Ali. 
Lithuania - Vilnius - Located at the confluence of the River Neris and River Vilnia. 
Luxembourg - Luxembourg City - Located at the confluence of the River Alzette and River Pretusse.                                   
M
Macedonia - Skopje - River Vardar.
Madagascar - Antanarivo - River Ikoro.
Malawi - Lilongwe - River Lilongwe.
Malaysia - Kuala Lumpur - River Klamp. 
Mali - Bamako - River Niger. 
Malta - Valletta - The Marsa Creek. 
Mauritius - Port Louis - Black River.
Mexico - Mexico City - River Coatzacoalcos.
Mongolia - Ulan Bator - River Tuul.  
Moldova - Chisinau - River Bic. 
Morocco - Rabat - River Bou Regreg. 
Mozambique - Maputo - River Maputo.
Myanmar - Mandalay - Irriwady River.   
N
Nepal - Kathmandu - River Bagmati.
Netherlands - Amsterdam - River Amstel. 
New Zealand - Wellington - River Hutt. 
Nicaragua - Managua - River San Juan. 
Niger - Niamey - River Niger.
North Korea - Pyongyang - River Taedong. 
Northern Ireland - Belfast - River Lagan. 
Norway - Oslo - River Akerselva.   
P
Pakistan - Islamabad - River Kurang. 
Panama - Panama City - River Caloosahatchee. 
Papua New Guinea - Port Moresby - The Brown River.
Paraguay - Asuncion - River Paraguay. 
Peru - Lima - River Rimac.
Philippines - Manilla - Pasig River.
Poland - Warsaw - River Vistula.
Portugal - Lisbon - River Tejo.  
Puerto Rico - San Juan - Located along the banks of the the Condado Lagoon and the San Juan Lagoon.  
R
Republic of Ireland - Dublin - River Liffey.   
Romania - Bucharest - River Dambovita. 
Russian Federation - Moscow - River Moskva. 
Rwanda - Kigali - River Ruganwa.  
S
Saudi Arabia - Riyadh - Originally built on the banks of the Riyadh Wadi / Orchard Oasis, which has since dried up. 
Serbia - Belgrade - River Danube.  
Scotland - Edinburgh - Firth of Forth. 
Sierra Leone - Freetown - Freetown River.  
Singapore - Singapore - The Singapore River.
Slovakia - Bratislava - River Danube. 
Slovenia - Ljubljana - River Ljublanica.
Spain - Madrid - River Manzanares.  
Sri Lanka - Colombo - Located along the banks of the the Kalani River and the Beira Lake. 
South Africa - Pretoria - The Apies River.
South Korea - Seoul - The Han River.  
South Sudan - Juba - River White Nile.
Swaziland - Mbabane - The Mbabne River 
Sweden - Stockholm - River Norrstrom.
Switzerland - Bern - River Aare.
Sudan - Khartoum - River Nile.  
Suriname - Paramaribo -  The Suriname River 
Syria - Damascus - River Barada.   
T
Taiwan - Taipei - River Danshui and River Xindian. 
Tajikstan - Dushanbe - River Varzob. 
Thailand - Bangkok - River Chao Phraya.  
Tunisia - Tunis - Lake of Tunis.
Turkey - Ankara - River Ankara. 
Turkmenistan - Ashgabat - Served by the Karakum Canal which is fed by the River Amu Darya. 
U
Uganda - Kampala - Lake Victoria. 
Ukraine - Kiev - River Dnieper.
Uruguay - Montivideo - River Plate.
United Arab Emirates - Abu Dhabi - Originally built along the banks of the Al Ain Oasis. 
United Kingdom - London - River Thames  
United States - Washington D.C - River Patomac. 
Uzbekistan - Tashkent - River Chirchik. 
V
Venezuela - Caracas - River Guaire.
Vietnam - Hanoi - The Red River.  
W
Wales - Cardiff - River Taff and River Ely.
Z
Zambia - Lusaka - River Chongwe.
Zimbabwe - Harare - River Limpopo and River Zambesi.  

Number of Players in Different Games

Number of Players in Different Games

Number of Players in Different Games
The below table shows the list of sports/games with the number of players need to play the game/sport with actual game/ sports rules and instructions.
1
Badminton
1 or 2 players
2
Baseball
9 players
3
Basketball
5 players
4
Bridge
2 players
5
Carrom
1 or 2 players
6
Cricket
11 players
7
Chess
1 player
8
Football
11 players
9
Rugby Football
15 players
10
Kabaddi
7 players
11
Hockey
11 players
12
Polo
4 players
13
Tennis
1 or 2 players
14
Volleyball
6 players
15
Water polo
7 players

Thursday, February 22, 2018

14th plan (Fiscal year 2073/74 - 2075/76) Nepal

14th plan (Fiscal year 2073/74 - 2075/76) Nepal

The National Planning Commission (NPC) is the apex advisory body of the Government of Nepal for formulating a national vision, periodic plans and policies for development. It is headed by the Right Honorable Prime Minister. The NPC assesses resource needs, identifies sources of funding, and allocates a budget for socio-economic development. It serves as a central agency for monitoring and evaluating development plans, policies, and programs. The NPC also serves as an intellectual hub for the exchange of new development ideas and proposals from scholars, the private sector, civil society, and development partners.
14th plan (Fiscal year 2073/74 - 2075/76) Nepal
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At present, the NPC has one full-time Vice-Chairman, eight members, and one Member-Secretary who also heads a fully staffed secretariat. The Chief-Secretary and the Finance Secretary are ex-officio members of the Commission. The national statistical organization of Nepal, the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS), functions as a specialized entity of the NPC Secretariat, headed by a Director-General.
The Secretariat consists of six functional Divisions each headed by a Joint-Secretary: i) Economic Management; ii) Social Development; iii) Infrastructure Development; iv) Agriculture and Rural Development; v) Monitoring and Evaluation; and vi) Administration. Each Division is further divided into Sections headed by an Under-Secretary.

Historical Background

The Planning Commission was first created in Nepal in 1956. It was soon renamed in accordance with the Yojana Mandal Act of 1957. Following the introduction of the partyless Panchayat system in 1961, the National Planning Council was formed under the then king. In 1963, the Council was dissolved and a new planning body, with an identical name, was constituted under the Chairman of the Council of Ministers. All the Ministers became ex-officio members of the Council, and the Ministry of Economic Affairs was renamed the Ministry of Economic Planning.
In 1968, all tasks related to development budget and foreign aid hitherto carried out by the Ministry of Economic Planning were assigned to the Ministry of Finance. The National Planning Council then morphed into the National Planning Commission (NPC) under the Chairmanship of the Prime Minister. A 1972 study on the functions and responsibilities of the central planning agency resulted in the reconstitution of the NPC.
After the historic restoration of multiparty democracy in 1990, the newly elected government reconstituted the NPC again with the Prime Minister as Chair, a full-time Vice-Chairman, five Members, and a Member-Secretary. The current organization and functions of the NPC draw on the Executive Order issued by the cabinet in 2010

Saturday, February 17, 2018

Total Literate Districts of Nepal

Total Literate Districts of Nepal

Non-Formal Education Centre, a governmental body under the Ministry of Education declared the districts as fully literate. The government had aimed to declare all 75 districts as fully literate by the end of 2015 under the Education For All campaign, it failed to meet the target due to various reasons. Lalitpur is declared as the first complete literate district of Nepal.
Total Literate (100%) Districts of Nepal

List of Total Literate Districts of Nepal

  1. Lalitpur
  2. Sindhupalchok
  3. Dhading
  4. Mustang
  5. Palpa
  6. Syanja
  7. Chitwan
  8. Arghakhanchi
  9. Surkhet
  10. Gulmi
  11. Pyuthan
  12. Dang
  13. Nawalparasi
  14. Rupandehi
  15. Kaski
  16. Tanahun
  17. Lamjung
  18. Panchthar
  19. Nuwakot 
  20. Bhaktapur
  21. Rolpa
  22. Salyan
  23. Darchula
  24. Jajarkot
  25. Bardiya
  26. Rukum
  27. Jhapa
  28. Baglung
  29. Dolakha
  30. Makawanpur
  31.  Ramechhap
Budget Speech of Fiscal Year 2074/75 Nepal

Budget Speech of Fiscal Year 2074/75 Nepal

Budget Speech of Fiscal Year 2017/18 (2074/75) Government of Nepal Ministry of Finance 29 May 2017 (Jesth 15, 2074). Budget Speech of Fiscal Year 2017/18 Delivered to Legislature-Parliament by Honorable Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Mr. Krishna Bahadur Mahara Monday 29 May 2017 (Jesth 15 2074), Government of Nepal Ministry of Finance 2017.
(Click here to read the budget speech in Nepali)
 Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Mr. Krishna Bahadur Mahara


Right Honorable Speaker,

1. Nepal has been an independent and sovereign country for centuries. Though our present is complex and challenging, the past is glorious and our future is bright and full of possibilities. After the promulgation of the Constitution of the Democratic Republic of Nepal through different kinds of movements including Peoples’ Movement, Peoples’ War and Madhesh Movement in the different period of time, constitutionally people have been feeling the sense of changes. Now, we are in the phase of implementation of the Constitution by increasing its universal acceptance. Though this is a complex and challenging task, we do not have any alternatives to take it as a historic opportunity to move forward to build new Nepal. Despite getting wrangled into conflict from time to time, we have resolved big problems through consensus; collaboration and logical end.

2. I, in the capacity of Finance Minister of Nepal, the rise in this august parliament on 15 Jeth, the day on which this House declared Federal Democratic Republic Nepal, to present the budget of Fiscal Year 2017/18. On this glorious occasion, I pay my heartfelt tribute to those known and unknown martyrs who sacrificed their lives in different struggles including Peoples’ Movement, Peoples’ War and Madhesh Movement. Likewise, I would like to pay my respect to the injured and disappeared citizens. I salute all seniors who played leading role played in the Political and Social Transformation.

3. We have leaped forward historically in the political field. The country has headed towards political stability by ending perennial transition after promulgation and implementation of the Constitution. After the local level election, the environment has been created where each citizen can be engaged in local governance and development activities. The trust of the citizen towards the political system has been restored. Our roadmap is to fulfill peoples’ aspiration for rapid economic development by utilizing this time as an opportunity for socio-economic 2 transformations. To build the self-reliant and independent economy, Healthy and Competitive Economic System is our starting point, Socialism-oriented Economy is our destination.

 4. Encouraging economic growth rate, achievement noticed in power sector in the short period of time, positive economic indicators, favorable investment environment, implementation of the Constitution and formation of local levels have indicated that the whole economic development of the country has positively been initiated.

5. After completion of the first phase of local level election, foundation for democratization, the peoples’ representatives have assumed their responsibilities. The process of the second phase election has begun. After the formation of the local level, it will not only implement the federalism and institutionalize the democracy but also ensure the direct participation of people in the development of their own locality. On this occasion, I express my heartfelt gratitude to those voters who participated in the first phase election and to all those who played a vital role in making the election a success, and also request for keeping the same spirit and support in the second phase election.

6. The annual budget, which functions as a leverage for economic development by providing policy guidance and facilitating through investment to bring effectiveness in economic, social and governance system to the country, is being presented in the house when the country is in a special situation. As per the Constitutional provision, it is mandatory to present the annual budget which is a means to the journey towards economic prosperity in the legislature-parliament on 15 Jeth. On the other hand, the process of formation of new Government has begun. The election code of conduct has become effective as the date for the second phase of election is approaching closer. Because of the election code of conduct, I am in such a situation which does not allow me to announce new programs and allocate the resources for them.

7. I have taken this difficult situation as an opportunity to make the local level resourceful since the local levels could select and implement their respective development programs and actions as guided by the Constitution. I am confident that it will establish the Nepali belief of “strong foundation makes the house stronger”. So, I have allocated the budget amount with the thought that “prosperous rural/urban is the base of prosperous Nepal”. Likewise, I have allocated the budget giving the priority to fiscal transfer to the Local Levels in the budget for Fiscal Year 2017/18, providing adequate resources for those ongoing programs and projects, accelerating the post-earthquake reconstruction and prioritizing two elections to be accomplished in coming fiscal year.

8. I have also allocated the budget with the objectives to upgrade Nepal to the Middle Income Country by 2030 by achieving Sustainable Development Goals and objectives set by the fourteenth Plan, to make economic growth sustainable by maintaining the current Fiscal Year’s growth rate and to complete the ongoing projects and programs speedily.

9. I have already presented the Economic Survey that included the economic indicators and descriptions, the progress of the different ministries and the performance status of the Public Enterprises of the Fiscal Year 2016/17 yesterday in this LegislatureParliament. Before presenting the Budget and Programs of the Fiscal Year 2017/18, I would like to present the brief overview of the current economic status and economic indicators of the country. Right Honorable Speaker,

10. In the current Fiscal Year, the economic growth rate has been projected to be 6.9 percent, the highest in the past two and half decades. It is estimated that the growth rate of the agriculture sector will be 5.3 percent. It was mainly by increased production of summer and winter corps due to favorable monsoon and the efforts put by the Government for eased and accessible availability of factors of production. Because of improved labor 4 relation and eased power supply, the growth rate of the Industrial Sector will be 11 percent, which was negative in the last Fiscal Year. Likewise, service sector will grow by 6.9 percent.

11. The inflation rate has been declined to 3.5 percent in the first nine months of this Fiscal Year which remained high for a long time. It is estimated that the annual inflation rate will be lower than 6 percent in this Fiscal Year. It has eased the general consumers' livelihood and also supported to expand the economic activities as the production cost has been decreased.

12. The post-earthquake reconstruction, new construction and rehabilitation activities have started to speed up though it was a bit slow in the initial phase. The personal housing grant to the earthquake victims has already been increased to Rs. 300 thousand increasing additional grant Rs. 100 thousand. More than 95 percent of the earthquake victims of the 14 highly affected districts have received Rs. 50,000 as the first tranche of the grant. Similarly, more than 50,000 personal houses are in the phase of construction. The distribution of the first tranche of the grant in the remaining earthquake affected 17 districts has already been started. This grant has been managed to distribute through bank accounts.

13. The capital expenditure in the first ten months of this Fiscal Year has been notably increased, though public expenditure has not been increased as expected as compared to the same period of the previous years. Though there is a little sluggishness in the capital expenditure during last two months due to the local election, it is estimated that there will be 84 percent expenditure out of total capital expenditure by the end of this Fiscal Year.

14. Internal resource mobilization process is being improved sequentially. The total revenue collection by the end of this Fiscal Year will be Rs. 580.98 billion which is 103 percent of the revenue target. There has been a gradual improvement in the foreign aid mobilization. The development partners of Nepal 5 have already declared to increase in the annual contributory amount.


15. Internal Capital Market has improved. The NEPSE indicator, which is a measure of the capital market, has reached to 1615 point on May 28, 2017. In the Infrastructure summit and International Investment Conference, the Foreign Investors pledged to invest more than Rs. 1400 billion. Due to the improvement in liquidity in the Banks and Financial sectors, the loan flow to the private sector has increased by 15.6 percent in the first nine months of the current Fiscal Year though there was a little contraction in the initial months. It has been vital to expanding the economic activities through an increment in private investment. 

Friday, February 16, 2018

List of Most Literate and Least Literate Districts of Nepal

List of Most Literate and Least Literate Districts of Nepal

Here is the list of 10 most literate and 10 least literate districts of Nepal according to the National Population Census 2011.
Most Literate and Least Literate Districts of Nepal
The Population Census is the widespread national census of Nepal held in every 10/10 years by Central Bureau of Statistics, under National Planning Commission Secretariat Nepal. Bureau collects the wide variety of data which are essential for national development planning. The data included statistics on population size, households, sex and age distribution, place of birth, residence characteristics, literacy, marital status, religion, mother tongue, caste/ethnic group, economically active population, education, number of children, employment status, and occupation.
Let's keep an eye on the summary of National Census 2011 here.

Most Literate District:

  • Kathmandu: 86.25 %
  • Lalitpur: 82.53 %
  • Kaski: 82.38 %
  • Bhaktapur: 81.68 %
  • Ilam: 77.91
  • Chitwan: 76.98 %
  • Syanja: 76.61 %
  • Palpa: 76.22 %
  • Jhapa: 75.09 %
  • Manang: 74.84 %

Least Literate District:

  • Rautahat: 41.69 %
  • Sarlahi: 46.30
  • Mahottari: 46.44
  • Humla: 47.82 %
  • Siraha: 50.15 %
  • Dhanusa: 50.44 %
  • Mugu: 51.25 %
  • Bara: 51.96 %
  • Rasuwa: 53.60 %
  • Dolpa: 54.15 %
Summary of National Census 2068 Nepal

Summary of National Census 2068 Nepal

Summary of National Census 2068 Nepal


Summary of National Census 2011 (2068 BS)

Nepal conducted a widespread national census in 2011 by the Central Bureau of Statistics, National Planning Commission Secretariat. Working with the 58 municipalities and the 3915 Village Development Committees at a district level, they recorded data from all the municipalities and villages of each district. The data included statistics on population size, households, sex and age distribution, place of birth, residence characteristics, literacy, marital status, religion, language spoken, caste/ethnic group, economically active population, education, number of children, employment status, and occupation.

Total population in 2011: 26,494,504
Increase since last census 2001: 3,343,081
Annual population growth rate (exponential growth): 1.35
Number of households: 5,427,302
Average Household Size: 4.88
Population Density: 180/Sq.Km
Population in
Mountain: 6.73%,
Hill: 43.00% and
Terai: 50.27%.

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Keywords: Population of Nepal, National Census, Summary of Census 2068