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This article aims to study relationship between national accounts with industrial growth in Nepal. Qualitative and Quantitative model was used. Timeline data were analyzed to test hypothesis between variables. Data were taken through Key Informant Interviews (KII) and Secondary Review. MS-Excel, and SPSS 21 version were used to enter and analyze data. New terms-inclusiveness, equality and sustainability were clearly undertaken in national development plans since 1956. Newer plans were found undertaking fancy global perspectives without considering national resources and capacity to implement. 74% variability in total industrial employment was brought about by manufacturing with Pearson coefficient 0,865 at 99 % CI. Manufacturing has decreasing trend in its sectorial contribution to GDP, however found positive strong correlation of 0,737 with the GDP growth and per capita GDP. Manufacturing sector have scope to drive national development goal of Nepal.
Keywords: Manufacturing industry, industrial growth, development perspectives, economic development, regression.