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  • YES Internship Program 2016-2018

    The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment, Lamai Goempa, Bumthang Bhutan is pleased to announce Young Environmental Scholar’s (YES) internship program for undergraduates students (one male and female). The 22 months full-time internship program will start from September 2016 till June 2018. Upon selection candidates will be engaged with researchers at the Institute in various fields to assist research program and help coordinating seminars, training and conferences organized by the institute.

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  • Vacancy Announcement

    The office of the Chief Forest Officer, Samdrup Jongkhar would like to announce the following vacant posts:

    The application should be submitted to the administration section on or before 14th August, 2016 before 12PM with the following set of documents and should meet the following criteria.

    1. Application should be a Bhutanese National
    2. Two recent pass port size photos
    3. Age between 18-50 years old
    4. Medical fitness certificate
    5. Security clearance for employment
    6. Application (Should contain the contact number)
    7. Citizen ID card photocopy
    8. If employed, NOC from parent organization
    9. Employment Application from (Annexure 4/1)
    10. Experience certificate, if any
    11. The shortlisted candidates will be announced in the MoAF website; www.moaf.gov.bt and shall be called for the interview.
    12. For further information, please contact administration section @ 07-251038/17768620 during office hours.

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  • Message from Hon’ble Lyonpo on Global Tiger Day

    Lyonpo-Yeshey-Dorji1Every year 29th July is celebrated as Global Tiger Day to promote public awareness and garner support for tiger conservation works at the global and local level. The day was adopted in 2010 at the St. Petersburg Tiger Summit in Russia in response to the rapid decline of tiger population.

    Tigers are an integral part of religious and socio-cultural heritage in Asia besides being at the top of the ecosystem and are truly the King of Forests. In spite of being such a significant creature, tigers are now restricted to only 13 countries from its previous range of whole of Asia. Tiger population in the wild declined from more than 100,000 at the dawn of the century to less than 3900 individuals today .

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  • Notice Inviting Quotation

    Wangdue Forest Division, Lobesa is pleased to invite sealed quotations from the eligible suppliers holding valid trade license for the following supplies for 2016-2017 financial year.

    1Supply of Annual Office Stationery
    2Supply of Office Furniture
    3Supply of Plantation Materials/Equipment’s
    4Supply of Office Equipment’s
    5Maintenance of Office Equipment’s.

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