• Re-invitation of Bids for the Printing and publication and Vehicle maintenances

    The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environment Research (UWICER), Bumthang is pleased to re-invite the sealed bids from the eligible Bhutanese suppliers for the supply of vehicle maintenance and spare parts, Tyres and Tubes and Printing and publication of Banner

     A complete set of bidding documents can be downloaded from our website www.uwice.gov.bt  03 September 2019. The last date for submission of bid is on or before 16 September 2019 at 11:30am at UWICER, Bumthang and the bid should be accompanied by the bid Security as per given in the documents.

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  • Livestock Input Farms Strategy and Management Plan launched

    On August 30, the Department of Livestock launched the first edition of Strategy and Management Plan of Livestock Input Farms (August 2019), in pursuit to achieve livestock product self-sufficiency for a prosperous Bhutanese society. The strategy will streamline the mandates and functions of the livestock input farms and commodity centres towards fulfilling 12th five year plan and priorities.

    -Submitted by Department of Livestock

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  • To Happy Retirement – a Tribute to an Agriculturist to the Core

    Mr Ganesh Bahadur Chettri who served in various positions within the Department of Agriculture retired last week after what he described as a memorable, fulfilling and enriching career dedicated to the Tsa-Wa-Sum. The advisor to the Department of Agriculture completed 35 years 5 months having also reached the highest position (ES1) in the civil service.

    Born in 1959 in what is now Yoetsheltse in Samtse, Mr Ganesh B Chettri completed his bachelor’s in agriculture sciences from the University of Udaipur in Rajasthan, India. Following a six month stint with other graduates in rural Gongthong in Trashigang working on a rural water supply scheme as part of the National Service he joined the Department of Agriculture, then housed at Kawajangsa, in January 1984. He was soon sent to the then recently established Centre for Agriculture Research and Development (CARD) in Bajo, Wangdue as the officer in-charge.

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