Top Bahadur Magar
Hon. Top Bahadur Magar is the Chairperson of the National Human Rights Commission since 3rd February 2021. He was born on 29th August 1946 at Kupandol, Lalitpur. He did most of his schooling including Bachelor level studies in B.A. and B.L. in Kathmandu and Diploma in International Law from Britain. Mr. Magar adhering to the maxim ''Access to human rights all over the country", pledges to devote himself to respect, protect and promote human rights.
Mr. Magar entered into Supreme Court as being an Officer in May 22nd 1970.
He worked as a Second Class Officer in Special Police Department in 1976, playing the vital role of Public Prosecutor and being a Personal Assistant of Rt. Hon'ble Chief Justice. He worked as a Legal Officer (Under Secretary) at various Ministries of Nepal.
After his promotion to Gazetted First Class Officer in 1985, he has delivered justice, being an additional Zonal Judge at Narayani Zonal Court as well as at Bagmati Zonal Court.
After the enactment of the Constitution of Kingdom of Nepal, 1990, he was appointed as the Judge in Appellate Court and worked at the Appellate Court Pokhara, Janakpur, Patan and Biratnagar.
Worked as the Chairperson in Revenue Tribunal at Biratnagar and as the Chairperson at the Special Court in Kathmandu while being a Judge at the Appellate Court Biratnagar.
He was appointed as the Chief Judge in Appellate Court Patan in 2004.
He was appointed as an ad hoc Justice initially and later on was appointed as a permanent Justice in 2005 at the Supreme Court of Nepal.
While working at the Supreme Court of Nepal, he also worked in the various Committees in accordance with the Supreme Court Regulation.
He has also given decisions on election related issues being a member of the Constituent Assembly Court.
He worked as a member of the Judicial Council.
He also worked as the Acting Chief Justice while Hon. Chief Justice Khilaraj Regmi was out of the country.
Attended the 11th International Anti‐Corruption Conference held at Seoul, the Republic of Korea in 2003 including other domestic and foreign Seminar.
America, Britain, France, Russia, Philippine, Singapore, Thailand and India
Gorkha Dakshin Bahu 3rd
Retirement and after retirement Services
Received compulsory retirement due to age factor in 2011.
Worked as an Executive Director of National Judicial Academy (NJA) from January 18, 2018 to December 15, 2020.