KATHMANDU, July 25: The government has granted prior approvals to three manpower agencies to send 400 workers to East European country Poland.
Manohar Khanal, director of Department of Foreign Employment (DoFE), told myrepublica.com that Alliance Human Resources, Universal International and Dream Unlimited & Company have received permission to send 150 male and 250 female workers to Poland. Demand of Nepali workers is very high in agriculture farms in Poland, Khanal said.
Alliance is sending 100 female workers to Poland, while Universal is sending 100 male and 100 female workers. Similarly, Dreamd Unlimited is sending 50 male and 50 female workers.
“Alliance and Universal are sending workers to Noba Spotka Zo Company, while Jaron Spotka Zo is hiring the workers through Dream Unlimited,” Khanal said.
Annapurna Finance awarded
KATHMANDU, July 25: The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nepal (ICAN) has given away the National Best Presented Accounts Award to Annapurna Finance Company Ltd.
The award is given away every year by ICAN to any development bank or finance company on the basis of their unbeatable performance and successful history.
The award was given away on the occasion of golden jubilee of Nepal Rastra Bank Limited, the company said in a statement.
Jyoti Dev Bank into 3rd year
KATHMANDU, July 25: Jyoti Development Bank celebrated its second anniversary on Sunday.
The bank with its head office at Kamaladi is operating with a network of 12 branches throughout the nation. The bank is facilitating its customers with different modern banking facilities like internet banking, ATM service, safe deposit locker facilities, remittance facilities, foreign currency exchange facilities and many more.
The bank plans to extend its service in the near future, the bank said in a statement.
Brij Cement´s new promo
KATHMANDU, July 25: Brij Cement has come up with a new promotional campaign by changing its advertisement for the market promotion.
Issuing a press statement, the company said it had been coming up with news way of promotion every year to address increasing competition in the market and also to address the growing demand.
“We are committed toward customer service and in the future as well we will be working toward upgrading the quality of our product and providing best services to our customers,” Manoj Kedia, managing director of Kedia Organization, said in the statement.
Manufactured by Kedia Organization, Brij cement is considered one of the largest selling brands in Nepal and is popular in foreign countries as well.