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Chapter-3 Functions and duties of the Corporation

17. Functions and duties of the Corporation:

(1) It shall be the main duty of the Corporation to operate and manage it as a high class publication body by publishing such books, etc. as may be useful for schools, colleges and general people, by keeping the Corporation free from the influence of any political or economic party or ideology.

(2) The Corporation may also publish other useful maps, calendars etc. taking into consideration of the public interest, without prejudice to the duties set forth in Sub-section (1).

(3) Without prejudice to the generality of the powers and duties under Sub-section (1), the Corporation may in particular perform the following functions or exercise the following powers:

(a) To carry out all acts including getting books etc. to be written, translated, and printing, publication, distribution, advertisement and operation thereof,

17. Functions and duties of the Corporation: (1) It shall be the main duty of the Corporation to operate and manage it as a high class publication body by publishing such books, etc. as may be useful for schools, colleges and general people, by keeping the Corporation free from the influence of any political or economic party or ideology.

(2) The Corporation may also publish other useful maps, calendars etc. taking into consideration of the public interest, without prejudice to the duties set forth in Sub-section (1). (3) Without prejudice to the generality of the powers and duties under Sub-section (1), the Corporation may in particular perform the following functions or exercise the following powers:

(a) To carry out all acts including getting books etc. to be written, translated, and printing, publication, distribution, advertisement and operation thereof,

(n) To open sales centres or give agency in various places within ………..Nepal6 and abroad for the collection and sale and distribution of its publications and those made by it,

(o) To invest its money in such securities as permitted by the Government of Nepal, and

(p) To perform all such other functions as may be necessary to perform and exercise its duties and powers under this Act and to implement the objectives of this Act and may be required in that course.

18. To obtain prior approval of the Government of Nepal: The Corporation shall not do the following act without obtaining prior approval of the Government of Nepal:

(a) To expend capital to purchase or obtain any immovable property valued at more than One Hundred Thousand Rupees, or (b) To take or furnish security of any immovable property for a term more than Five years, or

(c) To sell or transmit any property or right or facility valued at more than Fifty Thousand Rupees.

19. To submit programmes:

(1) The Board shall, at least Three months in advance of the commencement of the financial year of the Corporation,
submit proposed cost estimate along with the programmes on operations to be carried out by the Corporation and its subsidiary organs in the coming financial year, development works, capital investment and details of additional employees, if so required, to the general meeting for approval.

(2) If the Board desires to do any other special business, in addition to the programmes already submitted pursuant to Sub-section (1), in any   financial year, and it may make a substantial change in the proposed cost,
the Board shall submit such supplementary programs and the costs to be borne when remaining amounts to be received in the said financial year to the general meeting for approval.

(3) Until the provision of the general meeting is made, the Board shall submit the statements (lagat) as referred to in Sub-sections (1) and (2) to the Government of Nepal.

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