These 32 companies, including some biggies, turned themselves into public companies from private ones last year

File: Office of the Company Registrar

Kathmandu, July 27

The Office of the Company Registrar says 32 companies including some biggies in different sectors have converted themselves into public companies from the private companies in the recently concluded the fiscal year 2020/21.

The office chief Pradeep Raj Adhikari says the companies now can issue initial public offering (IPO) and follow-on public offering (FPO).

Below is the list of the companies that changed into public ones. Some of them are well-established in their respective sectors.


  1. Kantipur Publications
  2. Kantipur Television Network
  3. Nepal Republic Media
  4. Prabhu Digital

Telcos and ISPs

  1. Ncell Axiata
  2. Worldlink Communications
  3. Smart Choice Technologies
  4. Subisu Cable Net
  5. Loop Networks

Health and education services

  1. Norvic International Hospital
  2. Lumbini Medical College and Teaching Hospital
  3. Alakapuri High School

Cement manufacturers

  1. Arghakhanchi Cement
  2. Ghorahi Cement
  3. Palpa Cement
  4. Sonapur Minerals and Oils

Miscellaneous manufacturing companies

  1. Shikhar Organisation
  2. Jagadamba Spinning Mill
  3. Himalayan Bruery
  4. Accord Pharmaceuticals
  5. Sarvottam Steels
  6. Gas One Nepal
  7. Nepal Warehousing Company
  8. Nepal Plywood and Bobbin Company

Other businesses

  1. Gyan Securities and Investment
  2. Chhayadevi Complex
  3. Web Star Properties
  4. National Banking Institute
  5. Moonlight Investment
  6. Grande Holdings
  7. Gandaki Nirman Samanwaya
  8. JB Solution

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