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  • Shortlisted Candidates and Interview Schedule

    In line with the endorsement of the Ministry during its 257th HRC Meeting held on 20th December 2016, the Ministry is pleased to announce the following shortlisted candidates and the selection interview schedule for the post of Technician, S3 A (nine slots) under Department of Agriculture announced twice on 7th November and 30th November 2016.

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  • Vacancy Announcement

    The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests is pleased to announce the following vacant positions under Department of Agriculture.

    Interested in-service civil servants who meet the eligible criteria may apply. For eligibility criteria, please refer section 13.7.3.2 of the Promotion Rules and Regulation, BCSR 2012, available at the RCSC website (www. rcsc.gov.bt) and section 47 of Bhutan Civil Service Act, 2010.

    Position TitleDivisionPL/SLNo. of PostMinimum Qualification RequiredProfessional Training RequirementRemarks
    Chief Agriculture/ Horticulture OfficerAgriculture Research & Extension Division (ARED)P1 A1B.Sc in Agriculture/ HorticultureAppropriate training in Agriculture/Horticulture Production, and Programme, Planning and ManagementIn-service
    Chief Agriculture/ Horticulture OfficerAgriculture Production Division (APD)1

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  • Vacancy Re-announcement

    ARDC Wengkhar is pleased to re-announce the vacancy for following post:

    The interested candidates may apply to the Administrative Officer, ARDC Wengkhar on or before 22nd Dec. 2016 with following documents:

    • Application (mention contact No).
    • Valid security clearance for employment.
    • Medical fitness certificate.
    • Citizenship ID card photocopy.
    • Employment application form No. 4/1 with passport size photograph.
    • If employed NOC from parent organization.
    • Applicant with working experience in Agriculture/educational achievement if any.

    The shortlisted candidates will be announced in the MoAF website: www.moaf.gov.bt and shall be called for interview on 26.12.2016 at 9.30AM in the conference hall ARDC Wengkhar. Applicants must produce original documents during interview and the selected candidates will be appointed with effect from 1.01.2017 with monthly consolidated salary of Nu. 7,000.00 & other benefits as per the existing BCSR 2012.

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  • Tender for Laboratory Reagents

    The National Plant Protection Center (NPPC), Semtokha would like to invite sealed quotation from the eligible supplier for the supply of laboratory reagents.

    The tender document can be downloaded from link given below for free from with effect from  12th December 2016  till 3rd January 2017.  Date of submission of Tender document is on 3rd January, 2017 before 01.00 pm and will be opened on same day.

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  • World Soil Day Celebrated at Damphu

    untitled-1December 5, Tsirang: On 5th December, Bhutan joined the global community world-wide to celebrate the World Soil Day with the National Soil Services Centre (NSSC), DoA organising the celebration at the Moelamthang at Damphu in Tsirang. With the theme “Soils and pulses, a symbiosis for life” the main objective of the celebration was to highlight the importance of soil as a critical component of the natural eco-system and as a vital contributor to the human wealth through its contribution to food, water and energy security and as a mitigator of biodiversity loss and climate change. 2016 being the year of pulses, the importance of pulses as soil fertility enhancer was also highlighted.

    Director, Department of Agriculture graced the occasion as the chief guest and opening the day’s activities strongly emphasised on the importance of soil and land management considering the limited arable land in Bhutan on which about 65% of our still population subsist. In order to help improve our food sufficiency goals, the importance of soil & land management cannot be overlooked.

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