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  • Vacancy re-announcement

    The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests is pleased to re-announce the following post on contract for a period of 12 months:

    Sl. No Position Title Position Level Minimum Qualification Required No. of Post Job location
    1 Project Asst. S5A Class XII pass with minimum of 6 months experience preferably in project management and or have internship in communication and/or record management and/or financial management 1 National Biodiversity Centre


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  • Press Release

    IMG_20170809_095146With the emergence of Giant African Land Snails (GALS) in Gyelposhing and Lingmithang, there is high risk of spread to non infested areas. An education and awareness meeting was organized on 09/08/17 for key stakeholders and agencies to create awareness on the GALS domestic quarantine activities 2017.

    Bhutan Agriculture and Food Regulatory Authority (BAFRA) have started implementing internal GALS Quarantine measures with effect from 10/08/2017. As such BAFRA will inspect all high risk goods and materials.

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  • Vacancy announcement

    The management of Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park is pleased to announce the vacancy for the following positions.

    Interested candidates may apply to the Administrative Section, Jigme Singye Wangchuck National Park, Tsangkha, Trongsa, latest by September 8, 2017. The following documents should be submitted along with the application.

    1. RCSC Employment Form.
    2. Copy of Citizenship Card.
    3. Copy of Security Clearance.
    4. Medical Fitness Certificate.
    5. No objection certificate ( if employed)
    6. Two passport sized photographs.

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  • CNR Summer School 2017

    When is it worthwhile building a new greenhouse? What is the most appropriate depreciation schedule for a powertiller? How can we estimate the value of a fruit orchard and what are the economic consequences of converting to organic apple production? Not to forget about the value of insects’ pollination services, have you ever thought of putting a price tag on bees? And what about the government intervening in markets? Should we subsidize farmers for reasons of food self-sufficiency? And is landscape preservation another valid argument? Maybe tourists are willing to pay for it?

    So many  questions – and one summer school tackling these issues! To learn more about the foundations and methods of agricultural economics relevant to the issues above, register now for the 2017 CNR summer school! The summer school takes place on the CNR Lobesa campus from 11th to 29th of September 2017and consists of three week-long workshops:

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