Nepal Unveils 18 Trillion Rupee Budget for Fiscal Year 2081/82

Budget for Fiscal Year 2081/82

The government of Nepal has introduced a fiscal year 2081/82 budget of 18 trillion 60 billion 30 million rupees. Announced by Finance Minister Barshman Pun during a parliamentary session, this budget marks a notable increase from previous years. Compared to the current fiscal year, the budget has grown by 6.2%, showing a 21.56% increase from the revised budget figures. Last year, the budget was set at 17 trillion 51 billion 31 million rupees, highlighting the government’s commitment to expanding financial allocations.

Key Allocations of Budget for Fiscal Year 2081/82

Category Amount Percentage of Total Budget
Current Budget Allocation 11 trillion 40 billion 66 million 61.31%
Capital Expenditure 3 trillion 52 billion 35 million 18.94%
Financial System Allocation 3 trillion 67 billion 18 million 19.74%
Transfers to State and Local Levels 4 trillion 8 billion 27 million Consistent with the previous year

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18 Trillion Rupee Budget for Fiscal Year 2081/82

Budget For Each Ministry

The Budget for Fiscal Year 2081/82 according to each ministry is given in the table below:

क्र.स मन्त्रालय (Ministry) बजेट (Budget)
भौतिक पूर्वाधार तथा यातायात मन्त्रालय

(Physical Infrastructure and Transport)

१ खर्ब ५० अर्ब ५३ करोड
संस्कृति, पर्यटन तथा नागरिक उड्डयन मन्त्रालय

(Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation)

११ अर्ब ९१ करोड
श्रम, रोजगार तथा सामाजिक सुरक्षा मन्त्रालय

(Labor, Employment, and Social Security)

८ अर्ब १० करोड़
कृषि तथा पशुपन्छी विकास मन्त्रालय

(Communications and Information Technology)

५० अर्ब २९ करोड
सञ्‍चार तथा सूचना प्रविधि मन्त्रालय

(Communications and Information Technology)

७ अर्ब ३५ करोड
भूमि व्यवस्था,सहकारी तथा गरिबी निवारण मन्त्रालय

(Land Management, Cooperatives, and Poverty Alleviation)

६ अर्ब ८२ करोड
शिक्षा, विज्ञान तथा प्रविधि मन्त्रालय

(Education, Science and Technology)

२ सर्ब ३ अर्ब ६६ करोड
स्वास्थ्य तथा जनसङ्ख्या मन्त्रालय

(Ministry of Health and Population)

८६ अर्ब २४ करोड
खानेपानी मन्त्रालय

(Ministry of Water Supply)

२६ अर्ब ६३ करोड
१० युवा तथा खेलकुद मन्त्रालय

(Youth and Sports)

३ अर्ब ५० करोड
११ गृह मन्त्रालय

(Ministry of Home Affairs)

१ खर्ब ९९ अर्ब २४ करोड
१२ महिला, बालबालिका तथा ज्येष्ठ नागरिक मन्त्रालय

(Women, Children, and Senior Citizens)

१ अर्ब ६० करोड
१३ शहरी विकास मन्त्रालय

(Urban Development)

९२ अर्ब ६३ करोड
१४ रक्षा मन्त्रालय


५९ अर्ब ८७ करोड
१५ ऊर्जा, जलस्रोत तथा सिंचाइ मन्त्रालय

(Ministry of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation)

५० अर्ब ७४ करोड
१६ उद्योग, वाणिज्य तथा आपूर्ती मन्त्रालय

(Industry, Commerce, and Supplies)

९ अर्ब २८ करोड
१८ वन तथा वातावरण 

(Ministry of Forests and Environment)

१५ अर्ब ७० करोड
१९ परराष्ट्र मन्त्रालय

(Foreign Affairs)

६ अर्ब ७७ करोड

Revenue Collection Targets

Revenue Source Amount Previous Year’s Target
Total Revenue Target 12 trillion 60 billion 30 crores 12 trillion 48 billion 62 crores
Internal Loans 3 trillion 30 billion
Foreign Loans 2 trillion 17 billion 67 crores
Foreign Grants 52 billion 33 crores

The government aims to transfer 4 trillion 8 billion 27 million rupees to state and local levels, consistent with the previous year’s transfer amount. The total revenue target is 12 trillion 60 billion 30 crores, slightly higher than the previous year’s target of 12 trillion 48 billion 62 crores. Additionally, the budget includes targets for internal loans (3 trillion 30 billion rupees), foreign loans (2 trillion 17 billion 67 crores), and foreign grants (52 billion 33 crores).