Post Date : 2019-09-12
The establishment of the Nepal trust has formally institutionalized with the promulgation of Ordinance 2064 (2007) for the establishment as well as its Operation. The formal operation has started since 22nd November 2007.
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Nepal Trust has established under the article 159(4) of the Interim Constitution 2063 to bring the property of late King Birendra, Queen Aishwarya and their family under the Government of Nepal and use for the welfare of the country.
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  • To manage and bring to use for national good, the property registered in the name of King Birendra, Queen Aishwarya and their family members according to Nepal Trust Act, 2064.
  • To protect and use the movable and immovable property now in the custody of Nepal Trust and such property to be acquired henceforth now and into the distant future.
  • To look for such property that falls into the area of the Trust and manage such property that is acquired through donors.
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  • Proper management and maintenance of the assets of Nepal Trust.
  • To bring all the properties of late King Birendra, late Queen Aishwarya and their families within Nepal as well as abroad that should to be the property of Nepal Trust according to the Ordinance of establishment and record their exact details.
  • To legally establish the rights of Nepal Trust on the property of late King Birendra, late Queen Aishwarya and revoke the rights of trustees and there of. 
  • To use the property of the Trust in accordance with the law in the national interest and earn income for the social benefit.
  • Conduct and perform the operation as provisioned.
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Nepal Trust has land as well as physical property in 12 different districts across Nepal. They are 1. Kathmandu, 2. Bhaktapur, 3. Lalitpur, 4. Kavreplanchowk, 5. Sindhupalchowk, 6. Makawanpur, 7. Nuwakot, 8. Dhading, 9. Chitwan, 10. Kaski, 11. Surkhet, 12. Dhankuta

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Nepal Trust has in total of 21562–4–2–1 ropanies of land in 12 different districts.

Post Date : 2019-09-08

The purpose for the formation of Nepal Trust Ececutive Committee is to grant as an autonomous and organized legal entity with an undivided succession. The Executive committee will be responsible for the management and the operation of Nepal Trust according to the ordinance 2064 (2007).

Post Date : 2019-09-08

New Committee of 2075

Patron

Rt. H. Prime Minister

Nepal Trust Executive Committee Board Members Name List

Name, Post & Office

Executive Committee Officer

Mr. Ishwar Pokhrel
Hon'ble Deputy Prime Minister & Defence Minister
Ministry of Defence

Chairman
Nepal Trust Board Members Committee

Mr. Anil kumar Thakur
Secretary
Office of the Prime Minister and Council of Ministers

Member
Nepal Trust Board Members Committee

Mr. Gajendra Kumar Thakur
Executive Secretary
Office of the Nepal Trust, Kamaladi

Member
Nepal Trust Board Members Committee

Ms. Yongjom Sherpa

Member
Nepal Trust Board Members Committee

Mr. Prabinraj Dahal

Member
Nepal Trust Board Members Committee

Mr. Sitaram Sapkota

Member
Nepal Trust Board Members Committee

Rajeshwor Gyawali
Joint Secretary
Office of the Nepal Trust, Kamaladi

Member-Secretary
Nepal Trust Board Members Committee