• Shortlisted candidates at BLDCL

    The Bhutan Livestock Development Corporation Limited, Thimphu, a state Owned Enterprise (SoE) is pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates for the regular post as follow:-

    The interview date for shortlisted candidates is on 21st August, 2018. The shortlisted candidates must produce original documents during interview time.

    For further information, please contact at 02-365524/365520 during office hours.

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  • Officials create awareness on consequences of feeding wild animals

    Awareness on feeding wild animals being carried out at Thimphu-Phuentsholing highway

    Thimphu, August 9: An awareness campaign on feeding wild animals along the highways was organised at Gangkha (2km from Chunzom, Thimphu-Phuentsholing highway), Thimphu-Paro highway and Rinchending check post. It was organised by the Department of Forests and Park Services jointly with Royal Bhutan Police and Road Safety Transport Authority.

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  • Notice inviting quotation

    The Procurement section, Administration and Finance Division, Ministry of Agriculture & Forest invites sealed bids from interested national travel/ticketing agents having valid license. The detail information regarding the terms and condition can be downloaded at free of cost or may be collected from Procurement Section, MoAF.

    The Sealed quotation must be submitted in hard copy on or before 23/8/2018 by11.00 AM and the same will be opened on the same day at 11.30 AM (BST) in presence of the interested bidders or their representative in the chamber of Procurement section, MoAF. The preference shall be given to the bidder offering the cheapest and the most direct route with confirmed booking on the specified date of travel.

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  • Farmers’ Field Day on Bhutan’s Traditional Maize Phenotypic Diversity

    Trashigang: In the face of the emerging challenge of climate change and in the quest to understand the traditional maize diversity of Bhutan, the National Biodiversity Centre (NBC) and the Scuola Superiore Sant Anna (SSSA) University in Italy in collaboration with the Agriculture and Research Development Centres (ARDC) in Wengkhar and Khangma and the Farm Machinery Corporation Limited (FMCL), Norzinthang, initiated phenotypic diversity studies of maize genetic resources of Bhutan since April 2018.

    A total of 142 maize landraces, traditional maize varieties that were grown by our farmers for centuries, were collected by NBC from 17 Dzongkhags and grown together in one field in Norzinthang, Trashigang since April 2018. By the last week of July, majority of the varieties had reached late maturity stage and were ready for assessment.

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