Karnali Province is one of the seven federal provinces of Nepal formed by the new constitution which was adopted on 20 September 2015. The total area of the province is 27,984 square kilometres (10,805 sq mi) covering 18.97% of the country, making it the largest province in Nepal. According to the 2011 Nepal census, the population of the province was 1,570,418, making it the least populous province in Nepal. It borders the Tibet Autonomous Region of China to the north, Gandaki Province to the east, Sudurpashchim Province to the west, and Lumbini Province to the south. Birendranagar with a population of 47,914 is both the province's capital and largest city.
I would like to convey a message of appreciation to our Employees, Constituent Institutes, Affiliated Institutes and Tecs Institutes whose dedication and contribution have been the core & strength in the development of the Provincial office. I sincerely wish and hope that this culture of dedicated hard work and spirit of teamwork will continue to flourish in the coming years and the Provincial office will grow to greater heights with lots of accomplishments in the years to come. I take this opportunity to welcome you to the official website and look forward to mutually beneficial and fruitful interactions from a professional perspective in the further days to come.
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