NCHL has announced the Technical Job available at the company. Candidates can check out the position mentioned below and apply for the field they are interested in.

Notice Date: February 25, 2023

Nepal Clearing House Ltd. (NCHL), a Payment System Operator authorized by Nepal Rastra Bank and supported by NRB and practically all banks and financial institutions, is responsible for developing and managing national payment systems in Nepal.

Via its Electronic Cheque Clearing (NCHL-ECC), Interbank Payment System (NCHL-IPS), Retail Payment Switch (RPS), and National Payment Switch (NPS) operations, it currently processes almost 90% of retail transactions in Nepal in terms of value.

Technical Jobs Available at NCHL

More about Technical Jobs Available at NCHL

Position Available at NCHL:

  • Support Analyst (Technical): One
  • System Analyst (Payment Systems): Four
  • Technical Analyst (Network and Communication): One
  • Ios Developer: One
  • Android Developer: One
  • QA Engineer: One
  • Business Analyst: One
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Position available for the Fellowship Interns:

  • Infrastructure & Technology: One
  • Technical Support: Three
  • Product & Software Development: Four
  • Operation Support: One

In addition, NCHL provides platforms for connectlPS, NPI, CORPORATEPAY, connectRTGS, and NEPALPAYQR channels. NCHL is expanding its workforce to sustain its present systems and operations, like National Payment Switch (NPS).


Candidates interested in any position mentioned above must submit their application through the Career section of NCHL’s official website,

About the Company:-

Under the direction of Nepal Rastra Bank, Nepal Clearing House Ltd. (NCHL) is a public limited company founded on December 23, 2008 (8th Poush, 2065). (The Central Bank of Nepal). Nepal Rastra Bank, commercial banks, development banks, and finance firms have equity stakes.

The NCHL sees banking and financial technology-oriented services as essential components for Banks and Financial Institutions (BFIs) to increase their productivity and efficiency while offering their client’s cutting-edge financial solutions. And NCHL wants to assist them in achieving these goals by providing various technology-based payment-related services without requiring the BFIs to make significant infrastructure investments.

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