Vacancy announced for post of SEBON chair


KATHMANDU, FEBRUARY 28: The government has initiated the process of appointing a new chairperson for the Security Board of Nepal (SEBON) through an open competition. In a public notice issued today, the Ministry of Finance invited applications from eligible Nepali citizens for the position within 15 days.

According to the notice, candidates aspiring to lead SEBON must hold a master’s degree and have a minimum of seven years of work experience in the fields of economics, finance, commerce, management, or law.

Additionally, candidates must be between 30 and 60 years of age and should not have been involved in offenses such as corruption, money laundering, human trafficking, or drug smuggling.