The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests is pleased to re-announce the following post vacancies on consolidated contract for three years:
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A 3 days Training of Trainers (ToTs) workshop on the new crop-cut methodology for paddy yield estimation is underway at Punakha from 17th May 2018 – 19th May 2018. The ToT is organized by the RNR Statistics Division of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests and is attended by Assistant Dzongkhag Agriculture Officers from all 20 Dzongkhags, Agriculture Research and Development Centres and CNR. The development of the new crop cut methodology was supported by FAO as part of the Global Strategy to Improve Agriculture and Rural Statistics initiative.
In the same workshop but in a parallel session mode, District Livestock Officers from 6 Dzongkhags and representatives from the Regional Livestock Development Centres are also present to discuss way forward to streamline the collection of administrative data on livestock indicators and its flow from the field to RSD. Advantage is also taken of the forum to sensitize the participants on the strategy and the questionnaire for the upcoming RNR Census planned to be conducted in early 2019.
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Applications are invited from the interested Bhutanese Nationals for the following vacant post.
|Sl. No||Title of the Post||No. of post||Age limit||Position||Remarks|
|1||Farm Attendant (ESP)||7||18-50||ESP||Male/Female|
Application should be submitted to the Program Director, RDC, Yusipang with the following mentioned documents latest by 28 May 2018 before 5.00pm. The interview date for the above post will be held on 31th May 2018 at 10.00 am and the result will be declared on the same day. The following documents should be produced in original at the time of interview.
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In order to take beekeeping to the greater height for the benefit of farmers and the environment conservation National Apiculture Program (NAP) based at National Highland & Research Development Centre is conducting the basic beekeeping training to the livestock field extension agents from 14th to 20th May 2018. The fund for the event is supported by GEF LDCF supported by UNDP.
Participants from 13 different Dzongkhags are participating in the event trained by the beekeeping technical staff from RLDCs Tshimasam and NAP. This is the second batch extension staffs for such training who are expected to play crucial role in beekeeping development in the 12th Five Year Plan (FYP).
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The National Biodiversity Centre, Serbithang, is pleased to invite applications from the interested Bhutanese nationals for the following post:
|Sl No||Post||Category||No. of Post||Age Limit|
|1||Gardener at Royal Botanical Garden, Serbithang||ESP||1||18-45|
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