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  • Vacancy Re-Announcement

    The Jigme Khesar Strict Nature Reserve (JKSNR), Haa, under Department of Forests and Park Services is pleased to re-announce and invite applications from eligible Bhutanese nationals for the following vacant post under ESP category;

    Sl. NoName of postCategoryRequirementRemarks
    1CaretakerESPMale

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  • Vacancy Announcement

    The Division Forest Office, Bumthang, under Department of Forests & Park Services is please to invite applications from eligible Bhutanese nationals for the following vacant post under ESP category as per the approval of the RCSC OD exercise.

    Sl: NoName of PostCategoryNumber of PostPlace of Posting/

    Office Name

    Remarks
    1.Sweeper cum Night GuardESP2Chumey & Chamkhar Range Office, under Division Forest Office, Bumthang

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  • Vacancy Announcement

    The Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Department of Forests and Park Services, Trashigang Phongmay is pleased to announce the vacancy for post of caretaker, Elementary Service Personnel (ESP):

    Sl.#PositionsCategoryPost vacantName of placementAge LimitQualification
    1CaretakerESP1 No.Merak Park Range18-40VIII Pass

     

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  • HWC Rapid Assessment Workshop conducted in JSWNP

    IMG_066522 June, 2016: With Technical support from WWF Bhutan Programme, JSWNP organized a three days Rapid Assessment Workshop on HWC for two geogs of Langthel and Tangsibji from 16  to 18  June 2016.

    Human Wildlife Conflict is a much talked about issue in our country. While numerous efforts have been put in place in order to mitigate and prevent Human Wildlife Conflict issues a long term approach in curbing the problem is seldom sought. Given the external forces impacting conservation landscapes and sites, and the inherent “wildness” of wildlife, it is unrealistic to seek to eliminate HWC, or the loss of human or animal lives or crops altogether. It is prudent therefore to design management in such a way to minimise conflict and manage perceptions in the long term.

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