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The National Research Center for Riverine and Lake Fisheries, Haa is pleased to announce the selected candidates for the post of 1 Animal Attendant and 1 Night Guard (ESP) as details mentioned below:
SlNo. Name of applicant Gender CId Copy/ No Post applied for: Contact No. Average score in 100 % Remarks 1 Jit Man Rai Male 10201001492 Night Guard 17696079 77.76 Selected 2 Dak Man Subba Male 11216002855 Farm Attendant 17988256 65.98 Not Selected 3 Nim Dorji Lepcha Male 10211003326 Farm Attendant 17992938 77.84 Selected
Date of Interview held: 27/06/16
Venue: Conference Hall, NCRLF, Naychu, Haa
The selected candidate should report to the Focal Person, IYSC, Haa on 30/06/16 to further process with HRD, MoAF, Thimphu for appointment.
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The NCAN, Bumthang is pleased to announce the following vacancy for Field Attendant.
Sl.No Name of Post Category Requirement Age Limit Remarks 1 Lab attendant GSP 1 no. 18-45 years 2 Night guard ESP 1 no. 18-45 years
The following documents should be submitted at the time of submission of application. Continue reading
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This has reference to the call of bids for National Consultant to undertake Preparation of Project Completion Review Report for Market Access & Growth Intensification Project (MAGIP) funded by the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD) advertised on June 02, 2016 on MoAF website and Kuensel.
In this regard, the Project Coordination Unit (PCU) would like to notify that based on the recommendation from the evaluation committee and with approval from the Ministry, the consultancy service for above work has been awarded to Bhutan Consulting Associates, Thimphu at contract price of Nu. 2,000,000/- (Ngultrum Twenty Lakhs) only.
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The Bhutan Agriculture and Food Regulatory Authority (BAFRA), Ministry of Agriculture and Forests has carried out testing of Arsenic contents in Rice to ensure food safety, as rice is the main staple food in Bhutan and rice can take up more Arsenic than other foods from the soil and water.
The test was carried out for 14 rice samples (both local and imported rice varieties). None of the rice samples contained Inorganic Arsenic (toxic form) and the level of Arsenic level was below the Maximum Level (ML).
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