Department of Foreign Employment, Ministry of Labor and Employment
Monthly Progress Reports

This website contains the list of the documents of the monthly progress reports of each month which gives the detail and comparative figure of the people travelling to foreign land for labor and employment.

 

 

  Labour and Employment ( Yearly Progress Report)
Ministry of Labour and Employment, Ashoj 2069

This document gives detail of the detail report of the tasks and the attained objectives by the Ministry of Labour and Employment.In the chapter 4 of the report, it contains the report on the status of foreign employment in Qatar and United Arab Emirates.

 

 

  Malaysia becomes promising destination
Article on The Himalayan, dated 2013-01-03

According to the article,  it is said that Malaysia is becoming a promising destination due to the lucrative salary. Malaysia is also a top worker hiring country. The minimum wage of the worker is 900 Malaysian Ringgit (Rs. 25,930) The other popular destinations are Saudi Arabia, United arab emirates and Qatar with the wage or rupees Rs 17477.00, 18977.00, 19,173.00 respectively. The average lowest wage in Saudi Arabia is 34,916, but however Nepali workers are earning just Rs 17,477. In other Gulf countries, workers are earning around 200 $, but most migrant female workers i.e. housemaids are earning less than 15,000.

 

 

  Malaysia displaces Qatar as top destination for Nepali workers
Article on ekantipur, posted on 2013-07-24

Country

FY 2012-2013

FY 2011-12

Malaysia

156,770

98,367

Qatar

90,935

105,681

Saudi Arabia

86,276

80,455

UAE

52,295

54,482

Kuwait

14,401

24,575

Bahrain

3,390

5,865

Oman

3,114

3,163

According to this article, Malaysia ranks top in the popular destination of the Nepali workers in numbers. Similarly it is also stated that the number of departures in the Southeast Asian countries have increased to 60 percent in the fiscal year 2012-13.Out of the total workers in Malaysia, female workers count 7,165. Its also stated that the state operated companies are safer as they offer better work place with good wages, overtime and insurance facility.

 

 

  No. of youths going abroad to work up by 353 pc in last decade
Article on Karobar Daily, dated 21st July, 2013

Each day around 1,260 youths went to work in Gulf states in the fiscal year 2069/70, which is the record breaking number in any year till now. Now the number of youths working abroad is 2.91 million.