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    A Case Study of Joint Venture Banks in Nepal

    Using the information set published by three way partnership banks of their annual stories, and NRB in its supervision annual stories, this paper examines the monetary well being of joint venture banks within the CAMEL framework. The health check up conducted on the idea of publicly available monetary knowledge concludes that the well being of […] More

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    Nepal Unity in Diversity

    As we all know that Nepal is worldwide known as the only Hindu Nation and it is a matter of Pride to all Nepali’s living in the Country and to those too who have migrated to another Country for Business, Work and other related reasons. I my-self being a ‘Nepali’ had to stay out of […] More

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    Tourism in Nepal

    The word TOURISM refers tour which is derived from the Latin word “TORNUS” . It means a tool for describing a circle of turner’s wheel (Bhatia, 2002). It is very important pleasure activity where tourists travel from one to another countries and one region to another region as well.And Tourism also involves money for getting […] More

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    Physical Condition Of Nepal

    Nepal is an independent democratic nation. The country is bordering between two big countries like China and India. It is developing country where the socio-economic status of the people is very low. The economic growth of the country has not improved substantially. According to the CBS, 2001. The total population is Nepal 23151423 where (11-587502) […] More

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    Determinants of the Economic Development in Nepal

    Topic: Determinants of the economic development in Nepal Economics Definition A social science that studies, how individuals, governments, firms and nations make choices on allocating scarce resources to satisfy their unlimited wants. Economics can generally be broken down into: macroeconomics, which concentrates on the behavior of the aggregate economy; and microeconomics, which focuses on individual […] More