• Training to enhance veterinary clinical services in east-central region

    10-12 June, Thimphu: Thirty six livestock field staffs comprising of 6 veterinary officers, 24 livestock extension agents and 6 laboratory technicians working in Zhemgang, Sarpang, Trongsa and Bumthang (east-central region) are attending a training on ‘Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs) for Veterinary Clinical Services’.

    The training is designed to standardise and perform veterinary clinical services in a consistent and correct manner across the country. The training will enhance technical skills and knowledge of field staffs to help them provide better quality of clinical veterinary services to pet/farm owners and ultimately enhance customer care services. The training follows a series of lecture modules and extensive hands-on practical sessions to test the SoPs and enhance the skills of participants in using these SoPs.

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  • Re-vacancy Announcement at BLDCL

    Bhutan Livestock Development Corporation Limited, Thimphu is pleased to re-announce the vacancy for the following post as below.

    SL.NoPosition titleQualification and experienceSalary/GradeSlotNature of employment/
    1Internal Audit OfficerB.Com/BBA with minimum of 4 years of work experience in the field of Auditing in Government/ Corporations.Nu. 17,145 – 430 -25,745.00/Gr.7 and other allowances as per BLDCL ISRR.1Regular

    Interested candidates who meet the eligibility criteria are required to submit their applications alongwith   the following documents to the Chief Executive Officer, Bhutan Livestock Development Corporation Limited, Taba, Thimphu on or before June 5, 2019 before 5.00 PM. Continue reading  Post ID 10873

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  • Dairy product processing training for Haa farmers and youth

    5-9, June, Haa: Five days training programme on yogurt, paneer and cheese processing is underway in Haa. The training is organised by the Dzongkhag Livestock Sector and National Dairy Research and Development Centre.

    Participants include members from dairy groups, youth working in milk processing unit (MPU) and yogurt entrepreneurs in Haa.

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  • BAFRA observes first World Food Safety Day

    June 7: BAFRA celebrates the first World Food Safety Day, the resolution adopted by the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in 2018 to celebrate every year. This International day is an opportunity to strengthen efforts to ensure that the food we eat is safe. Whether one produces, processes, sells, prepares or consumes food, one has a role in keeping it safe. The FAO/WHO and member states recognise that “Everyone has the right to safe, nutritious and sufficient food”.

    BAFRA in collaboration with relevant agencies in the country is celebrating the event by creating awareness on food safety to highlight that everyone involved in the food systems has a part to play. World Food Safety Day messages, posters and aprons were circulated through websites and social media to reach the masses.

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