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  • Shortlisted candidates for Livestock attendant

    National Nublang Breeding Centre, Tashiyangphu is pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates to attend interview on 8th June 2019 at 10 AM. Shortlisted candidates are requested to report to this office with original documents on 8th June 2019.

    SlNoName of the applicantGenderCID No.Remarks
    1Sanga TsheringMale11504000637Shortlisted Candidates
    2Tshering LhamoFemale10302002792
    3Pema DorjiMale11505000923

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  • Selection interview results announcement

    The National Jersey Breeding Centre, Samtse is pleased to announce selected candidates for the post of Animal & Pasture Attendants (ESP) as detailed below.

    Sl.No.Name of CandidatesCID No.Post Applied forPlace of Posting Average score in 100%Remarks
    1Nar Bdr. Rai11216002651ESPNJBC, Samtse80.67
    2Pardeep Darjee31213000266ESPNJBC, Samtse83.33
    3Tsheten Dorji10203000154ESPNJBC, Samtse83.33
    5Chandr Bdr. Jogi11213001642ESPNJBC, Samtse84.17
    6Amrita Rai11213002808ESPNJBC, Samtse81.67

    The selected candidates should report to the office of the Farm Manager, NJBC, Samtse on 10th June, 2019 for further completion of formalities & forwarding of necessary documents to the HRD, MoAF, Thimphu for necessary appointment.

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  • MoU signed between MoAF and KRIBB

    June 3, Thimphu: A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests (MoAF) and Korea Research Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology (KRIBB) to strengthen a technical cooperation in the fields of biosafety, bioprospecting and biotechnological advancements. The Agriculture Secretary, Dasho Rinzin Dorji and Dr. Jang-Seong Kim, the KRIBB President signed the MoU in presence of the Hon’ble Sanam Lyonpo, Yeshey Penjor.

    The MoU covers the overall safety management of genetically modified organisms/living modified organisms, efficient use of biological resources, agriculture development through biotechnological advancement and research related activities among others.

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  • Message from the Hon’ble Minister, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests on the occasion of the Social Forestry Day, 2nd June 2019

    Royal Government of Bhutan’s Constitutional mandate to maintain 60 percent forest cover in all times to come was promulgated by our beloved and the Great Fourth Druk Gyalpo, Jigme Singye Wangchuck. It is due to His Majesty’s far sighted visions that despite being a small country, Bhutan is acclaimed far and wide as a role model for a balanced conservation and utilization of the natural resources.

    Social Forestry Day coinciding with our beloved Fourth King’s Coronation Day has been widely celebrated across all Schools and Institutions in Bhutan since 1985. Tree planting program on 2nd June every year promotes and highlights the significance of the importance of forests and people’s involvement in the sustainable management of forest. Since 1990s the Social Forestry Programme has evolved into an important forest management regime which includes community and private forests management – putting people in the forefront to protect, utilize and manage the resources on sustainable basis. Forests provide unprecedented benefits to humanity including their role in reducing Climate Change impacts which is threatening the very existence of humanity on this planet. From this year, the programme will be elevated to add Waste Reduction and Management to highlight minimization of contamination in forest and human settlement areas. Contamination of forests also leads to its degradation.

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