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Communication secretary Aryal urges Radio Nepal’s newly recruited employees to be competitive

Kathmandu: Secretary at the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, Dr. Baikuntha Aryal has urged the employees of Radio Nepal to properly utilize the opportunity of its 92 percent coverage to the country’s population.

Dr. Aryal who is also Chairman of the Board of Directors at Radio Broadcasting Service Development Committee (Radio Nepal) said so while inaugurating an induction program for the newly recruited permanent employees of Radio Nepal.

Saying Radio Nepal has both opportunities and challenges, Secretary Aryal put an emphasis on involving the new employees in the competitive market with high morale.  

He said Radio Nepal being an archive of past songs, music, news, and programs should bridge the citizens and state independently.

On the occasion, Radio Nepal’s Executive Director Buddhi Bahadur K.C. urged the newly recruited employees to hone their skills and implement them for the institutional interest.

Likewise, Radio Nepal’s Deputy Executive Director Khagendra Khatri stressed the need for optimizing the use of technology to ease Radio Nepal’s service delivery.

31 newly recruited employees of various divisions of Radio Nepal including Administration, News, Reporting, Programs, Account, Engineering, and Business are participating in a week-long induction program.

The training that will be facilitated by chiefs of various divisions and departments including subject experts will conclude on December 9.


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