The purpose of this examination is to examine the applicants’ understanding of the terminologies, basic concepts, elementary mathematical ability, comprehension skills, and general awareness. The examination covers four subject areas. The details of the structure of the examination are as follows:
Section Number of Questions
- Economics, Trade and Industry 30
- Banking and Finance 30
- Basic Mathematics and Statistics 20
- General Knowledge and ICT skills 20
Subjects Covered by the Examination
Economics, trade and industry section
- The knowledge and understanding of the basic terminologies, concepts related to microeconomics, macroeconomics, business, trade and industry.
- Nepalese economy, trade structure, balance of payments, exchange rate, remittance, public debt.
- The composition and structure of industries and business, foreign aid.
- Economic laws, development plans, and public policies.
Banking and Finance section
- Basic knowledge and understanding to Nepalese banking system, Nepal Rastra Bank, laws and policies related to banking and finance in Nepal.
- Interest rates,
- Financial ratios, sources of finance, balance sheet.
- Money market, capital market,
Basic mathematics and statistics section Basic mathematical skills.
- Understanding of elementary mathematical and statistical concepts.
- Ability to reason quantitatively to solve problems.
- Integers, unitary method, profit and loss, probability, permutation and combination, sets, fraction and decimal, percents, ratio and proportion, exponents and roots.
- Basic algebra, simple equation, quadratic equation, inequalities, indices, matrix, derivative and integration.
- Line and angles, triangles, polygons, circles, solid geometry, linear programming.
- Mean, median, mode, range, standard deviation, index number, correlation and regression. sampling
General knowledge and ICT skills section
- General understanding about the economic, social, political, legal, scientific, technological, business, literature, demography, geography, History, climate change and current national and international events and affairs.
- General understanding about the Information and Communication Technology, Computer operating System, Office package, Internet, Intranet, Email, Website etc .
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Nepal Rastra Bank Officer Level Syllabus PDF
(Economics) (Part A)
- Methodology: Inductive and deductive methods; Economic theories- role and assumptions; Importance and uses of micro-economics.
- Theories of Demand: Indifference Curve analysis; Income, substitution and price effects; Revealed Preference Theory. Lancastrian demand theory
- Theories of Production and Cost: Law of variable proportions, Isoquants and their properties; Cobb-Douglas production function and elasticity of substitution between factors; Cost curves.
- Price and Output Determination under Various Market Systems: Perfect competition, monopoly, monopolistic competition and oligopoly; Boumals sales revenue maximization, Price discrimination and their degrees.
- Theories of Distribution: Marginal Productivity Theory; Factor pricing in competitive and imperfectly competitive markets.
- Structure and characteristics of developing economies – Structural diversities in developing countries; Determinants of economic growth; Development issues and challenges; Contemporary theories and approaches to economic underdevelopment.
- Poverty, inequality, population growth and development; Measuring poverty and inequality; Basic issues and challenges of population growth, Quality of life – issues; Migration and urbanization trends and issues.
- Development policy-making and role of the state – The nature of development planning, rationale, and the planning process; Problems of implementation and plan failures; Trends in governance and reform.
- Development planning in Nepal – Development issues in Nepal; Relevance of planning; Tools used in the planning process – Cost-benefit analysis, internal rate of return, financial and economic analysis, logical framework analysis; Challenges of economic development in Nepal.
- Policy issues in development – Current status and dimensions of economic policies in Nepal; Economic liberalization policies adopted by Nepal and their impact; Privatization policy and its effective implementation. Nepal’s current Industrial, Agricultural, Tourism and Hydropower policies. Prospects of Foreign direct investment and Economic diplomacy in the context of Nepal.
- Nepalese context of development the role of remittance and trade deficit. contribution of tourism sector
- Role of government and budget in the economy, instruments of budget.
- Theory of government expenditure and revenue; revenue policy and revenue structure in Nepal.
- Problems in public expenditure management and revenue mobilization in Nepal.
- Fiscal Deficit: Concept, sources of financing and impact on economy. Concept of public debt sustainability; Nepal’ public debt structure.
- Foreign Aid: trend, composition, major issues, challenges and its utilization in Nepal.
- Fiscal Policy: Objectives, instruments, importance, crowding out and crowding in effect, Ricardian equivalence, Stabilization through fiscal policy.
- National Income Accounting: Concepts of GDP, GDP measurement: expenditure, Income and value added approach. GDP computation in Nepal and associated problems.
- IS-LM Model: The IS-LM curves – comparative static analysis of IS-LM model; Changes in fiscal and monetary policy instruments in the IS-LM model.
- Theories of Consumption and Savings: Absolute income hypothesis, Relative income, Life cycle and permanent income hypotheses; Rational and Adaptive Expectations.
- Consumption under uncertainty and risk: inter temporal choice, Neumann –Morgenstern theory
- Growth Theories: Harrod-Domar; Solow-Swan; Neo-classical model, Indigenous growth theories
- Growth Vs Stabilization Policies: IMF approach to stabilization, role of macroeconomic policy in growth and stability.
- Theories of Money Demand: Quantity theory, Keynesian theory and Portfolio theory.
- Money Supply: Definition and factors affecting money supply, High powered money and money multiplier. Decomposition of high power money.
- Money and Interest Rate: Theory of interest rate determination, term structure of interest rates, relevancy of Taylor Rule to determine interest rates.
- Monetary Policy of Nepal: Objectives, targets and tools; Roles of Nepal Rastra Bank in monetary and financial stability, alternative monetary policy frameworks.
- Inflation: concepts, classical, Keynesian and modern approach to inflation. Tradeoff between inflation and unemployment (Phillips curve) and Price stabilization through monetary policy.
- Theories of international trade and investment: from classical to modern theories.
- Balance of payments: Causes of disequilibrium and the theories of adjustment. Elasticity and absorption theory of balance of payment,
- Foreign exchange rate determination – theories of foreign exchange, fixed vs flexible exchange rate systems.
- Regional economic cooperation–concept, structure and working of SAARC, ASEAN, EU and BIMSTEC; Comparative perspective of trade and development; World Trade Organization (WTO)–Objectives, Structure, Nepal’s commitments and achievements.
Nepal’s foreign trade policy – Bilateral and Multi-lateral trade agreement; Strategies and issues, Nepal’s trade preference, Foreign direct investment- current status, determinants and the future prospects in the context of Nepal; Capital account convertibility- relevancy and impact
- Management System – Management function and processes; Evolution of management thought: scientific management, administrative theory, bureaucratic theory, Human relation approach, quantitative approach. Emerging concepts; Managerial roles and skills; Contemporary challenges for managers; social responsibility and Good governance- objectives, principles and challenges. Contemporary issues of management in Nepal.
- Strategic Planning – Strategic planning process; Assessment of organizational environment – environmental scanning and SWOT analysis; Strategy formulation – mission, goals, objectives, strategies, and plans; Organizational portfolio approach: BCG matrix, GE-9 cells limitations and implication; Strategy implementation and control. Red ocean vs blue ocean strategy.
- Organizational Structure – Dimensions and forms of organizational design; Approaches to organizing; subdivision, power and authority structure, and decentralization; Emerging concepts in organizing.
- Decision making and Problem solving – Processes; Group decision making; Techniques for stimulating creativity; Information technology in decision making; Crisis management; Quantitative tools for decision making.
- Leadership and communication – Approaches and modern views with reference to transformational and transactional leadership; Ethical leadership approach, Management of work groups and team work; Inter-group conflicts and their management; Communication structure – barriers and facilitators.
- Supervision, Monitoring, Control and Quality – Supervision and monitoring systems and techniques; Organizational control system – dimensions and necessary conditions for control; Information system for effective control system; Quality control; Quality management – TQM techniques, factors affecting quality, and managerial role in TQM; Benchmarking and quality assurance techniques; Managing change and development in organizations. Knowledge management. Conflict management and negotiation.
Human Resource Development(HRD)
- HRM System – Components, functions and design; HRM and organizational performance; Competitive advantage through people; HR Planning – Forecasting; Job analysis; Selection tests; Managing workforce diversity. Quality of work life(QFL),
- HRD Framework, Employee Empowerment, and Capacity Building – Methods of employee training and management development; Methods of work-based training and management development; Evaluation of training effectiveness; Employee empowerment and capacity building – objectives, methods and processes; Succession planning. Managing talent.
- Motivation and Performance – Motivation through compensation, gain sharing, job redesign, participation, quality of work life; Motivation, employee turnover and retention issues.
- Performance Evaluation – Criteria and techniques; administering performance evaluation; Career development.
- Employee Commitment and Productivity – Objectives, measurement techniques and issues; Organizational citizenship behaviour; Flexible Working – Job rotation, job sharing, shift-working, family-friendly working, tele-commuting; Team roles at work.
- Contemporary challenges and problems of HRM and labor relations.
- Financial system and market; Capital market, money market, securities market, derivatives market, market indexes, Stock and Bond valuation, financial derivatives Instruments. Banking: Liquidity Management, Asset Liability Management, Cash Management, Financial Statement analysis for Commercial Bank, Deposit Insurance; Insurance: Concept, Types of Insurance Companies-Life, Non Life, Risk and Return for Insurance Companies, Risk Premium, Reinsurance.
- Different types of financial institution and their roles in the economy.
- Financial investment analysis; Capital budgeting; Cost of capital, Portfolio analysis and selection.
- Financial statements and their analysis – Analysis of financial statements; financial forecasting; Ratio analysis for measuring performance.
- Financial crisis, financial stability, Macro prudential policies and Financial sector reforms in Nepal.
- Nepal Rastra Bank Act, 2058; Bank and Financial Institution Act, 2063; Banking offence and punishment Act 2064; Asset (Money) laundering Prevention Act 2064.
- Definition and scope of Managerial Economics: Economic analysis and business decision, Managerial Economics and gap between theory and practice.
- Objectives of a business firm: Meaning and theories of profit, Profit maximization, sales, Growth rate and maximization of utility function.
- Demand and Pricing: Theory of the Consumer, Determinants of market Demand, Modeling Consumer Demand, Forecasting Demand, Consumption Decisions in the Short Run and the Long Run, Elasticity of demand, demand function, demand forecasting.
- Decision Analysis: Certainty and uncertainty in Decision Analysis, Analysis of the decision problem. Time perspective in business decisions.
- Economics of Organization: Reasons to Expand an Enterprise, Classifying Business Expansion in Terms of Value Chains, Horizontal and vertical Integration, Conglomerates. Transaction Costs and Boundaries of the Firm, Cost Centers Versus Profit Centers Transfer Pricing, Employee Motivation, Manager Motivation and Executive Pay.
- cost and production: Average Cost Curves, Long Run Average Cost and Scale, Economies of Scope and Joint Products, Cost Approach Versus Resource Approach to Production Planning, Marginal Revenue Product and Derived Demand, Marginal Cost of Inputs and Economic Rent, Productivity.
- Market Regulation: Free Market Economies Versus Collectivist Economies, Efficiency and Equity, Regulation to Offset Market Power of Sellers or Buyers, Externalities, Public
Goods and the Risk of Free Rider Consumers, Market Failure Caused by Imperfect Information, Limitations of Market Regulation Y Y Y
(Research Methodology )
- Introduction to Research – Features, nature and process of scientific research; Basic and applied research; Quantitative and qualitative research; Role of research in economics and management.
- Steps in Research – Literature review-sources of the literature, phases in the review, and format of review presentation; Data analysis, Problem definition; Theoretical framework– propositions, concepts, constructs, and variables; Hypothesis formulation.
- Research Design – Research design; Types of design – exploratory, descriptive, developmental, explanatory, survey and action research; Measurement and scaling – construction of attitude scales; Reliability and validity of measurement.
- Sampling – Sampling design; Sampling process; Types of sampling – probability and non-probability; determining the sample size; Sampling Vs non-sampling errors and the methods of minimizing such errors.
- Data Collection – Classification of primary and secondary data; Questionnaire – contents, design, and administration; Research interviews – personal and telephone; Direct observation; online research; Fieldwork management.
- Data Analysis – Preparing and presenting data; Summarizing data – graphs and charts; Statistical analysis – descriptive and inferential, parametric and non-parametric; Analysis of qualitative data .
- Research Proposal – Purposes; Types; structuring the research proposal – contents and formats; evaluating the research proposal.
- Research Report – Presentation of a research report; Types of report; Report process; Formats and styles of report writing; Uses of citations and references.
(Part B) \ (Information and Communication Technology)
- Introduction to Computer Basics and Information Technology; Computer Operating Systems; Windows Operating System Application Software: Word Processing; Spread Sheet & Presentation Software, Economics and Management software
- Networking: LAN, WAN, MAN; Internet and Intranet
- Graphical Package
- Utility Software: Memory, Trouble, Viruses
- Database management system.
- Information and Communication Management, Web Designing.
- Trouble Shooting in IT, Computer and Networking
- IT policy and cyber law in Nepal, Electronic Transaction Act, 2063; E-governance in Nepal.
Average annual salary in Nepal Rastra Bank is INR 5.3 lakhs .What is the full form of NRB in Nepal? ›
Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), the Central Bank of Nepal, was established in 1956 under the Nepal Rastra Bank Act, 1955, to discharge the central banking responsibilities including guiding the development of the embryonic domestic financial sector.How many NRB branches are there in Nepal? ›
The central office is located in Baluwatar, Kathmandu and it has eight provincial offices, located at Biratnagar, Janakpur, Birgunj, Pokhara, Siddharthanagar, Nepalgunj, Surkhet and Dhangadhi.Who is the assistant director of NRB? ›
Raju Paudel - Assistant Director - Nepal Rastra Bank | LinkedIn.Which is the highest salary in Nepal? ›
An employee in Nepal may earn an average minimum salary of 20,400 NPR (USD 156) and a maximum average salary of 360,000 NPR (USD 2,748) per month.Which bank CEO has the highest salary in Nepal? ›
The annual salary package of Kiran Kumar Shrestha, CEO of RBB, was Rs 6.6m in FY 2021/22. Among the commercial banks, the annual remuneration packages of the CEOs of Prabhu Bank, Standard Chartered Bank Nepal, and Nepal Investment Bank Limited (NIBL) are the highest.How many levels are there in NRB? ›
According to the HR plan, there will be 18 department level offices, 54 divisions, 169 units and eight province level office at NRB.Which is best bank in Nepal? ›
- NIC ASIA Bank. ...
- Global IME Bank. ...
- NMB Bank. ...
- Himalayan Bank. ...
- Nepal Investment Bank. ...
- Standard Chartered Bank Nepal. ...
- Everest Bank. ...
- Nepal SBI Bank.
Your banking is made easy through a widespread network of 46 branches and 46 ATMs all over the country.How many Class A banks are there in Nepal? ›
Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) regulates all the banks and financial institutions (BFIs) of Nepal. NRB has grouped the BFIs into four major categories. There are currently 26 'A' class commercial banks in Nepal as per Nepal Rastra Bank report of the Mid July 2022.
NRB has grouped the BFIs into four major categories. Until Ashad's end 2079 BS [Mid-July, 2022] there are 17 development banks in Nepal. Out of the total, eight development banks are operating at the National Level.What is the role of NRB? ›
Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), the Central Bank of Nepal, was established in 1956 under the Nepal Rastra Bank Act, 1955, to discharge the central banking responsibilities including guiding the development of the embryonic domestic financial sector.Who is the chairman of NRB Commercial Bank? ›
NRB Commercial Bank Limited is a bank in Bangladesh. SM Parvez Tamal is the chairperson of the bank. The bank is listed on the Dhaka and Chittagong stock exchanges. Golam Awalia is the CEO and managing director of the bank.What are the richest jobs in Nepal? ›
- CEO. Chief Executive Officer (CEO) is the highest-ranking officer in any company. ...
- Aviation Professionals. Another one of the top-paying jobs in Nepal is from the Aviation industry. ...
- Medical Professionals. ...
- Law experts. ...
- Bankers. ...
- Engineers. ...
- IT Professionals. ...
- Government Officials.
The current minimum wage in Nepal is NPR15,000.00 per month in 2023. It became valid on July 16, 2021. The amounts are in Nepalese Rupee.What is a good salary in Nepal? ›
Average Salary Range in Nepal
An employee in Nepal may earn an average minimum salary of 20,400 NPR (USD 167.35) and a maximum average salary of 360,000 NPR (USD 2,953.20) per month.
An early career Chartered Accountant with 1-4 years of experience earns an average total compensation (includes tips, bonus, and overtime pay) of रू899,999 based on 19 salaries. A mid-career Chartered Accountant with 5-9 years of experience earns an average total compensation of रू2,396,617 based on 8 salaries.Who is the youngest CEO of Nepal? ›
KATHMANDU: One of the leading Digital Payment Service Providers (PSP) in Nepal, Khalti has announced the appointment of Binay Khadka as Chief Executive Officer. At just 27, he has taken this responsibility making him the youngest CEO in the fintech industry of Nepal.How much does a bank manager earn in Nepal? ›
What is the salary trajectory of a Manager? The salary trajectory of a Manager ranges between locations and employers. The salary starts at NPR 71,347 per year and goes up to NPR 171,447 per year for the highest level of seniority.What is base rate in Nepal? ›
|Samriddhi Fin Samriddhi Finance Co.||14.92 %||13.49 %|
|Best Finance Best Finance Co.||15.00 %||4.76 %|
|Nepal Finance Nepal Finance Co.||16.28 %||13.16 %|
|Narayani Dev. Narayani Bikas Bank||17.01 %||4.81 %|
* We have a Corporate/SME Deposit product namely “High Value Transactional Account (Interest Bearing)” with the interest rate of 3.00% - 7.00% p.a. * Agent Banking Rates are applicable for NRB Bank Limited Agent Outlets only. * Any changes/deviation from this rate requires management approval.What is the bank rate in Nepal 2023? ›
Nepal cash rate (Policy Rate: Month End: Bank Rate) was set at 8.50 % pa in Mar 2023, compared with 8.50 % pa in the previous Feb 2023.Can I open bank account in Nepal from USA? ›
To be more specific, if you are visiting Nepal, you are permitted to create a bank account. However, you must have a valid visa. There would be no difficulty as long as you have a valid visa.Which is the cheapest bank in Nepal? ›
Standard Chartered Bank Nepal (SCB) has the lowest deposit among the commercial banks with Rs 93.72 Arba.Which is the most profitable bank in Nepal? ›
- Global IME Bank Limited (GBIME): Rs. ...
- Nabil Bank Limited (NABIL) : Rs. ...
- Prime Commercial Bank Limited (PCBL): Rs. ...
- NMB Bank Limited (NMB): Rs. ...
- Nepal Investment Bank Limited (NIB): Rs.18.30 arba.
- Mega Bank Limited ( MEGA): Rs.16.10 arba.
- Rastriya Banijya Bank (RBB): Rs.
GUIDELINES FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF NRB BANK
Non-Resident Bangladeshis (NRBs) play a vital role for economic uplift of Bangladesh. Their contribution by way of remitting valuable foreign exchange enables the country to maintain a stable external value of taka.
NRB Bank is an innovative fourth generation bank in Bangladesh which commenced banking operations on 04 August, 2013, with a vision to be the leading dedicated financial institution for Non-Resident Bangladeshis (NRBs) to invest in Bangladesh and for Bangladeshi individuals and corporates to access international ...How big is National Bank? ›
|Bank||Market capitalization (As of March 1, 2023)|
|BMO||$88.97 billion (CAD)|
|Scotiabank||$81.54 billion (CAD)|
|CIBC||$56.086 billion (CAD)|
|National Bank||$34.53 billion (CAD)|
Microfinance Companies are the 'D' class financial institutions in Nepal. Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB) regulates all the banks and financial institutions (BFIs) of Nepal.Which is the largest bank in Nepal? ›
Global IME Bank Limited has become Nepal's largest bank with the highest paid-up capital. With the successful completion of a merger, Global IME Bank and Bank of Kathmandu (BoK) began unified business on Monday as Global IME Bank.
There are four categories of banks and financial institutions in Nepal which are Class 'A', Class 'B', Class 'C' and Class 'D' institutions. Class 'A' refers to commercial banks, Class 'B' refers to Development Banks, Class 'C' refers to Finance Companies and Class 'D' refers to Micro Finance Companies.Which is the No 1 development bank in Nepal? ›
Muktinath Bikas Bank leads in terms of net profit with Rs 80.62 crores. Garima Bikas Bank is second to Muktinath in terms of net profit.What is C class bank in Nepal? ›
In Nepal, “C” class finance companies are financial institutions licensed by the Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB), the central bank of Nepal, to operate as non-banking financial institutions.What is the purpose of each Federal Reserve Bank's board of directors? ›
The Board oversees the operations of the 12 Reserve Banks and shares with them the responsibility for supervising and regulating certain financial institutions and activities.How did the FDIC change banking in the US? ›
Federal deposit insurance became effective on January 1, 1934, providing depositors with $2,500 in coverage, and by any measure it was an immediate success in restoring public confidence and stability to the banking system. Only nine banks failed in 1934, compared to more than 9,000 in the preceding four years.What is the Glass Steagall Act and why was it important in banking history? ›
The Glass-Steagall Act effectively separated commercial banking from investment banking and created the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, among other things. It was one of the most widely debated legislative initiatives before being signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in June 1933.Who is National Commercial Bank owned by? ›
Owned by National Investment Bank of Jamaica (NIBJ)Who owns National Commercial Bank? ›
On 3 January 2021, NRB Global Bank rebranded itself as Global Islami Bank and became a sharia compliant bank. In June, the banks proposal to raise 42.5 billion taka from an IPO was approved by Bangladesh Bank.Which bank pays highest salary in Nepal? ›
- Bank : Everest Bank.
- Annual Salary : Rs. 3,70,71,000.
- Average Annual Salary. 748,600 NPR.
- Average Monthly Salary. 62,383 NPR.
- Lowest Annual Salary. 384,200 NPR.
- Lowest Monthly Salary. 32,016 NPR.
- Highest Annual Salary. 1,153,300 NPR.
- Highest Monthly Salary. 96,108 NPR.
Investment bankers earn between Rs 4 Lakhs and Rs 18 Lakhs per annum. Private bankers earn between Rs 5 Lakhs and Rs 15 Lakhs per annum. Credit Analysts have an average salary range between Rs 3 Lakhs and Rs 8 Lakhs per annum, while Financial Analysts earn between Rs 4 Lakhs and Rs 16 Lakhs per annum.What is the salary of junior officer in bank in Nepal? ›
Junior Officer salary in Nepal Investment Bank ranges between ₹ 4.8 Lakhs to ₹ 5.8 Lakhs per year.What is the salary of NRB officer in Nepal? ›
NRB is also the strongest and most independent regulatory body in Nepal. The annual salary of Deputy Governor Bam Bahadur Mishra is Rs 1,137,600. He has been getting 22 lakh 62 thousand 241 rupees from NRB for other allowances and facilities. He has been taking 34 lakh 79 thousand 841 rupees annually.What is the salary of bank manager in Nepal? ›
NPR 750K. The estimated total pay for a Manager at BANK is NPR 750,000 per month. This number represents the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated base pay is NPR 250,000 per month.What is the salary of senior manager in bank in Nepal? ›
What is the salary trajectory of a Manager? The salary trajectory of a Manager ranges between locations and employers. The salary starts at NPR 71,307 per year and goes up to NPR 171,475 per year for the highest level of seniority.What is the salary of teacher in Nepal? ›
|Primary Level Salary||Salary Scale||Grade|
|Primary Level Teacher (First Class)||43,689||8|
|Primary Level Teacher (Second Class||34,730||8|
|Primary Level Teacher (Third Class)||32,902||6|
|Primary Teacher ( Failed in 2 Subjects in SLC)||27,612||6|
Average annual salary in Nepal SBI Bank is INR 5.4 lakhs .What is the best position in bank? ›
- Financial analyst.
- Loan officer.
- Investment banker.
- Credit analyst.
- Financial manager.
- Portfolio manager.
- Branch manager.
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It is the responsibility of a General Manager to establish new contacts, keeping relation with the existing bank customers and clients and developing marketing strategies to improve business are some of the regular work done by the General Manager.What is the salary of senior assistant in bank in Nepal? ›
The average salary for a Senior Assistant is NPR 40,250 per month in Kathmandu, Nepal, which is 33% lower than the average Siddhartha Bank salary of NPR 60,833 per month for this job. What is the salary trajectory of a Senior Assistant? The salary trajectory of a Senior Assistant ranges between locations and employers.What is the salary of Kumari Bank in Nepal? ›
During probation period, the monthly basic salary will not be less than Rs. 23,000/- and after confirmation (subject to satisfactory performance) the monthly salary will not be less than Rs. 40,000/-. In addition, there will be bonus, provident fund, gratuity and other perquisites as per Bank's rule.