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  • MoAF celebrates The First Birth Anniversary of HRH The Gyalsey

    IMG_6133February 5, Thimphu: On fifth of February 2017, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests joined the Nation in celebrating the First Birth Anniversary of HRH The Gyalsey. The auspicious occasion, was graced by Hon’ble Chief guest, The Prime Minister of Bhutan accompanied by the Cabinet Ministers, Members of Parliament along with other guests.

    During the event, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests launched the following events: Continue reading  Post ID 6998

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  • Best Employees of the Year Awarded

    IMG_6174February 5, Thimphu: This year coinciding with the commemoration of the First Birth Anniversary of His Royal Highness, The Gyalsey, Hon’ble Prime Minister of Bhutan announced the names of the five best civil servants of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests. As a gift from His Royal Highness, The Gyalsey, the five civil servants will be sent for two weeks study tour programme.

    The following are the Five Best Employees of Ministry of Agriculture and Forests, 2017: Continue reading  Post ID 6998

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  • Budget Call Notification for FY 2017-18

    The Department of National Budget, Ministry of Finance, has issued the Budget Call Notification for the FY 2017-18 vide letter No.MoF/Budget Call/2017-18/585 dated 9th January 2017 for submission of budget proposals by the budgetary bodies.

    I would like to request all our Departments/Agencies to submit the proposals in line with the budget preparation guidelines.

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  • Guideline for Paperless Operations in Government Offices

    In the line with the Government’s initiative to go paperless, the National Environment Commission adopted the Guideline for Institutionalizing Paperless Operations in Government Offices during its 43rd Meeting held on August 6, 2016.

    The Guideline provides general and specific tips and recommendations for deploying paperless initiatives across the offices of the Royal Government of Bhutan. The guideline is based on the Life Cycle Assessment done in three offices of Office of the Prime Minister & Cabinet, DITT, MoIC and NECS and also a study on paper consumption in 18 government offices conducted by the Department of National Properties in 2013 which revealed manifold benefits on environmental, economical and sustainability dimensions.

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