ARDC Wengkhar is pleased to re-announce vacancies for the following posts:
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Contract Identification No.: DAMC/MIRD(FSAPP)-03/2018-2019/166 dated March 28, 2019
The Department of Agricultural Marketing and Cooperatives, MoAF, Thimphu invites sealed bids from the interested eligible national bidders having valid Trade license for Supply of 8 laptops and 2 Desktops as depicted in the table below: –
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|1.||Supply of 8 laptops and 2 Desktops||29/04/2019|
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25 – 29 March, Sarpang: Five day Training of Trainers (ToT) Program on Scientific large cardamom production management is underway at Agriculture Research and Development Centre, Samtenling. The training program is organised by Agriculture Production Division under Department of Agriculture with financial and technical support from FAO TA Project: UTF/BHU/013/BHU.
The overall objective of the program is to upgrade knowledge and information of Agriculture Officers through theoretical and practical sessions including demonstration in the field on varietal identification, orchard establishment, management of soil and nutrient, pest management, water management and post-harvest options. A total of 15 agriculture officers from various Central Programs are participating in the training. These trained personnel will be used to train the extension personnel and farmers in future.
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The [The Project Management Unit (PMU), FSAPP, DoA, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests (MoAF)] financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the [Development of Website for Department of Agriculture, MoAF], and intends to apply part of the proceeds for consulting services.
The consulting services (“the Services”) include [Development of Website for Department of Agriculture, MoAF, ensuring full consistency with the TOR attached].
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A nationwide citrus canopy management campaign that began since 31 December 2018 has been successfully completed. The campaigns were conducted in major citrus growing districts lead by Agriculture Research and Development Centre- Bajo, in collaboration with other ARDCs, districts and gewog extension centres, with fund support from Rural Development and Climate Change Response Programme (RDCCRP).
The canopy management campaign alongwith hands-on-training for extensions and farmers were conducted in Gakiling, Deikiling and Gelephug Gewog under Sarpang Dzongkhag; 3 sites in Tsangkha, 1 site each in Drujeygang, Khebesa, Tashiding, Goshi and Tshendeygang Gewog under Dagana Dzongkhag; Logchina Gewog under Chukha Dzongkhag; Trong Gewog under Zhemgang Dzongkhag; Dophuchen and Pemaling Gewog under Samtse; and Norbugang Gewog under Pemagatshel Dzongkhag.
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