NRCR&LF, Haa is pleased to announce following vacancies:
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No qualification required but the age limit should be between 18-50 years.
The interested Bhutanese citizens may submit the application along with filled up RCSC employment form attached with security clearance, medical certificate and citizenship identity card on or before 14 December, 2017 during office hours addressed to Program Director, NRCR&LF, DoL, Haa.
A four days’ workshop knowledge sharing workshop on “Springs and Springshed management for reviving drying springs” was organized by Watershed Management Division, Department of Forests & Park Services, Ministry of Agriculture & Forests and Integrated Mountain Development (ICIMOD) in collaboration with National Environment Commission Secretariat of Royal Government of Bhutan, Advanced Center for Water Resources Development and Management (ACWADAM), Pune and Rural Management and Development Department (RM&DD), Government of Sikkim, India. The knowledge sharing workshop which started on 15th November ended on 18th November with three days of theoretical session and one day of practical field demonstration. The opening session of the workshop was graced by Hon’ble Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture & Forests.
Springs are a part of groundwater system and the science of hydrogeology that governs the occurrence and movement of water in the underground aquifers i.e. water bearing geological formations is not well understood. Springs are also part of complex socio-technical and informal governance systems with pronounced gender and equity dimensions and these systems are not well understood either. This often results in misconception regarding springs and this in turn, creates misaligned policies that exacerbate the problem.
As per the announcement made in MoAF website dated 2nd November, 2017, the NRCR&LF, Haa is pleased to announce the short-listed candidates for the post of Fishery Attendants (ESP) as details mentioned below:
19 November 2017, Mongar: Human wildlife conflict has been one of the major constraint for farmers in Bhutan and with more than 69% of the population depending on agriculture, livestock and forest resources, it is a matter of a great concern. The loss of crops and animals immensely impact on the people living in rural areas, who often spend sleepless night guarding their crops and animals from wild animal damage.
November 13-19, Thimphu: Bhutan joins the global community to observe the World Antibiotics Awareness Week (WAAW) with a theme, ‘Seek advice from a qualified healthcare professional before taking antibiotics’ by advocating general public on the increasing threat of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR).