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  • Vacancy Announcement

    The Human Resource Division, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests is pleased to announce the following vacancies for the following posts:

    Interested in-service civil servants who meet the eligible criteria may apply.  For eligibility criteria, please refer section 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.

    Applicants with the relevant qualification/training and work experience shall be given the preference for the purpose of short listing.

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  • Notice Inviting Tender

    The Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Phongmey, Trashigang invite sealed Bids from interested and eligible Bhutanese bidders holding valid trade license for the following work:

    Sl.#Name of WorkSale of bidsLast date of bid submissionDate & Time of opening the bids
    1Construction of Stone Wall fencing at Merak Park office under Merak Gewog.01/09/2016 to 30/09/201630/09/2016 at 10 AM30/09/2016 at   2 PM
    2Supply of Office Stationeries and Cartridges01/09/2016 to 30/09/201630/09/2016 at 10 AM30/09/2016 at   2 PM
    1. Bidding documents can be downloaded from the link below (1st September 2016 to 30th September 2016).
    2. Bids should be submitted to The Accountant, Sakteng Wildlife Sanctuary, Phongmey, Trashigang on or before 10:00 AM on 30th September 2016.
    3. Bids will be opened physically in presence of the bidders or their authorized representative who wish to attend on 30th September 2016 at 2:00 PM in the SWS Conference Hall, Phongmey, Trashigang.
    4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from the Accountant, SWS,HQ, Phongmey, Trashigang. Telephone No.17121158 (General Office).Fax No.16481317.

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  • Selected Candidates for the Post of Sweeper cum Caretaker

    The Wangchuck Centennial National Park, Bumthang, is pleased to announce the selected candidates for the Post of Sweeper cum Caretaker as detailed below:

    Sl No.Name of applicantGenderCID NoPost appliedAverage score in 100%Remark
    1Mr. Sithar DorjiMale107111002103sweeper cum caretaker81.6%Selected
    2Mrs. Som Maya SubbaFemale10308001300sweeper cum caretaker76.6%Selected
    3Mrs. Thinley WangmoFemale12001000115sweeper cum caretaker75.00%Selected


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  • Vacancy Re-announcement

    The Gedu Forest Division, under the Department of Forest and park Services is pleased to re-announce the following post.

    Sl. No   Name of     Post       PlacementVacancyAge limitRemark
    1Nursery Caretaker (ESP)Gedu Range under Gedu Division1 No.(18-50 years)Work experience in related field.

    The interested candidates may apply to the Chief Forestry Officer, Gedu Forest Division on or before 12th September 2016 at 12:30 pm fulfilling following criteria:-

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  • Launching a Nation Wide Management Effectiveness Tracking Tool for Protected Areas of Bhutan

    A50X0047August 29, Thimphu: Protected Areas (PAs) which cover almost 51% of Bhutan’s area provide a safe haven for some of the most endangered species on our planet and serve as critical reserves for eastern Himalayan biodiversity. With some of the earliest PAs having been established in the 1960s, PAs have witnessed tremendous growth and seen substantial financial and manpower investments.

    Traditional forms of monitoring which only audit physical and financial progress have not yielded required insights to inform and improve management of Protected Areas. With the intent of measuring success and informing future management, a Bhutan METT Plus (Management Effective Tracking Tool) was successfully piloted in four protected areas (Royal Manas, Jigme Singye Wanchuck, Phrumsengla and Wangchuck Centennial). The methodology is adapted from IUCN’s standard methodology, and adapted for Bhutan’s context to also address climate change and ecosystem services, with a guidance annexure on threat levels. Self-assessments from this process will further undergo external review to validate findings. The exercise revealed important lessons on how to improve management by highlighting the efficacy of anti-poaching stints and community development programs.

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