Demand To Make a Law Nepali IT Companies Open Branches Outside the Country    - Laxman Baral Blog
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Demand To Make a Law Nepali IT Companies Open Branches Outside the Country The Nepal Association for Software and IT Companies (NAS-IT) has demanded a law so that IT companies can open branches outside the country. On Friday, meeting the Minister of Communication and Information Technology, Rekha Sharma, a team of officers, including Nash IT Chairman Richan Shrestha, requested to implement such a system.
 
Similarly, at the municipality level, an integrated data center should be established to manage the integrated data of every citizen; IT industries and startups should be included in the category of primary sector loans; an IT board should be established to do information technology work through a one-door system; and IT parks and hubs should be established to provide information technology work from one place. 
 
On that occasion, Minister Sharma expressed her commitment to amending the law to increase investment in the communication and information technology sectors and held the opinion that the country can be made prosperous by using information technology through the cooperation of the government and the private sector.
 
She emphasized the importance of communication and information technology. Rather than only some technical people understanding and the rest only taking themselves as consumers, it should be developed in such a way that everyone assimilates the information technology sector. She also said that the government is committed to moving forward by implementing the Digital Nepal Framework.
 
In the discussion, Manish Jha, a member of the House of Representatives, said that information technology should be brought to the community level and that it should be made a competition in every school. He thought that lakhs of youths could be given employment and self-employment within the country by conducting competitions in information technology at the school level and at the provincial and national levels. 

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