Kathmandu: The Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security has formed three taskforces in a bid to address problems existing in the creation of employment opportunities within the country and in foreign employment.
The taskforces formed under the leadership of joint secretaries (Badri Nath Adhikari, Ram Chandra Dhakal and Shesh Narayan Poudel) at the Ministry aim to make labour administration efficient, create employment opportunities within the country, produce a skilled workforce and address challenges in the foreign employment, said the Ministry.
The task force has been tasked with providing advice for operating running skill development training through an integrated structure, managing foreign employment and making policy level reforms and labour diplomacy effective.
The task force will submit a separate report to the Ministry with necessary advice within 15 days.
Joint secretary Adhikari leads a six-member task force comprising representatives from various ministries and the National Planning Commission. It deals with the creation of job opportunities and vocational and skill-enhancement training.
Similarly, another six-member task force led by joint secretary Dhakal will look after the organisational situation of the Ministry and its subordinate bodies.
Also, another seven-member task force led by joint secretary Poudel will deal with foreign employment management and its overall work system.