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- Category Archives Announcement
- The EU-GCCA funded Climate Change Adaptation Project [CCAP] in the RNR Sector, is currently housed and managed by Project Coordination Unit [PCU], based at CoRRB-Secretariat. The PCU consists of a Project Coordinator, and focal persons from all the Departments and Non-Departmental Agencies, including RDTC Zhemgang.As a prerequisite to the management of all EU funded programs, PCU has prepared the Monitoring Framework [MF] of the CCAP. All stakeholders are therefore requested to use the MF as a guiding document for Planning, Monitoring and Progress Reporting of CCAP activities and Outputs.
The Annual RNR Extension Manual (Diary) 2015 is ready for distribution. Therefore, all agencies/departments are requested to collect the manual from ICS during office hours.
Please contact Mr. Choidup Zangpo @ 02323765 for any queries.
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MoAF has been providing motor bikes to RNR field staff (since 2001) to improve mobility and thereby enhance service delivery to farmers. Post 2010, MoAF has supplied 264 bikes (Bajaj Pulsar 180CC) but there has been no evaluation whether the supply of field bikes is meeting its objects or not.
As such, the Extension Coordination Committee (ECC) of the MoAF would like to take a short and quick online survey to assess the benefits of providing motor bikes to field staff and whether the current model is effective for our field related conditions. Therefore, ECC would like to request all the concerned, especially the beneficiaries, extension coordination units of the Departments/Agencies and Dzongkhag RNR Sector Heads, to spare few minutes to take on this online survey. Your sincere and honest response would help us to make the program more effective and also help us to provide the appropriate bike for the related field work.
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The Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC) in an effort to correct civil service information has recently completed the nationwide information correction exercise in all the agencies.
To validate accuracy and completeness of information in the Civil Service Information System (CSIS), the RCSC has requested all individual civil servants to view their recent CV and respond online through CSIS latest by 15th Jan 2015. The procedure to check your CV and to respond is given in RCSC web at www.rcsc.gov.bt. Please check your CV immediately.
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