The National Dairy Research Centre, Yusipang under Department of Livestock is pleased to re-announce vacancies for the post of following GSP/ESP.
Interested candidate may kindly apply to the Program Director, National Dairy Research Centre, Yusipang on or before 19th March 2018 at 2.00PM. Only short listed candidate will be called for selection interview. For Further clarification please contact at this no. 17116983/17116985 during office hours.
March 3, Thimphu: Bhutan celebrated the fifth World Wildlife Day with a theme ‘Big cats: predators under threat’. March 3, was declared as the World Wildlife Day at the 68th Session of UN General Assembly.
The day was celebrated at Dodheyna Park Range under Jigme Dorji National Park (JDNP). It was attended by 55 students from five schools accompanied by teachers under Thimphu Thromde. The chief guest was the Director, Tiger along with guests from WWF Bhutan Office and officials from the Department of Forests and Park Services.
The Regional Pig and Poultry Breeding Centre, Lingmethang, Mongar is pleased to invite application from the Bhutanese National for the post of Elementary Service Personnel (ESP). Those eligible may apply from 5th to 19th March, 2018 with the following documents.
Citizenship Identity Card.
Security Clearance Certificate
Medical Fitness Certificate
RCSC employment form with three passport size photograph.
No objection certificate from the employer for those currently employed
Application with similar work experience will be given preference for the purpose of Short listing.
The Ministry of Agriculture and Forest is pleased to re-announce vacancy of the following P1 Positions under Department of Livestock:
Interested in-service civil servants who meet the eligible criteria may apply. For eligibility criteria, please refer section 13.7.4 of the Promotion Rules and Regulation, BCSR 2018, available in the RCSC website (www.rcsc,gov.bt).
The World Wildlife Day is celebrated every year on March 3 to celebrate and raise awareness on world’s flora and fauna coinciding with adoption day of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). It was conceived on 20 December 2013 at the 68th session of United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) to reaffirm the intrinsic value of wildlife and its various contributions, including ecological, genetic, social, economic, scientific, educational, cultural, recreational and aesthetic, to sustainable development and human well-being. The theme this year for World Wildlife Day is “Big cats: predators under threat”.
With majestic manes and powerful roars, big cats are on the top of the food chain, where they play an important ecological role by regulating prey populations and structuring animal communities. They also have high spiritual significance in different cultures around the world and are referred with special honours. However, the big-cats are taking strain from growing human population, habitat destruction for agricultural, urban expansion and developmental activities, poaching and persecution due to conflict with humans over crops or livestock.