• Consultative Workshop Biodiversity Statistics of Bhutan held

    29 March 2019: One-day consultative workshop on Biodiversity Statistics of Bhutan was held in Thimphu. The workshop aimed at validating the species checklists and the number of species found in Bhutan till 2017 and 2018, and finalizing the information to be presented in the publication. The primary focus of the Biodiversity Statistics of Bhutan is to collate and create an accurate and reliable baseline of biodiversity statistics for the country. This publication is the first of its kind, to be developed through collaborative efforts from various institutions. By creating a platform for the collection and discussion of biodiversity data from stakeholders with wide-ranging expertise, this publication will bring together knowledge from various sources and aims to present a thorough introduction to the biodiversity in Bhutan.

    This report will present the number of species according to taxonomic groups, trends of new records and discoveries, as well as other information related to the biodiversity of Bhutan. It will also provide checklists according to taxonomic classifications. The checklists will be made available through an online consortium-based platform, the Bhutan Biodiversity Portal (www.biodiversity.bt).

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  • Vacancy for ESP

    The Regional Livestock Development Centre (RLDC) Tsimasham is pleased to invite applications from the Bhutanese National for the following post under ESP Category.

    Sl. No.PositionsPosition categoryrequirementQualificationPlace of postingWork Description
    1Helper(Lab utility)ESP1Not requiredRLDC,Tsimasham Multitasking  work

    All interested eligible candidates age between 18-50 years, may apply to the Regional Director, RLDC, Tsimasham latest by  15th   April 2019 during office hours with following documents:

    1. Medical fitness certificate.
    2. Security clearance Certificate for employment ( Online approved status )
    3. Submit an application (mention contact no.)
    4. Citizen ID card photocopy.
    5. If employed NOC from parent organization.
    6. Attested copy of academic transcript, if any
    7. Any Experience certificate.
    8. Produce original documents during the time of interview.

    The shortlisted candidates will be announced in the MoAf website: www.moaf.gov.bt and shall be called for interview on 26th  April, 2019 at RLDC, Tsimasham. For further clarification please contact at 08-478779  during office hours.

     

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  • Notice Inviting Tender for procurement of Laptops and Desktop

    Contract Identification No.: DAMC/MIRD(FSAPP)-03/2018-2019/166 dated March 28, 2019

    The Department of Agricultural Marketing and Cooperatives, MoAF, Thimphu invites sealed bids from the interested eligible national bidders having valid Trade license for Supply of 8 laptops and 2 Desktops as depicted in the table below: –

    Sl. NoDescriptionBid Submission Date & TimeBid Opening Date & TimeBid Security (Amount)
    1.Supply of 8 laptops and 2 Desktops29/04/2019

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  • Google Suite training for Ministry’s staff

    Participants

    28-29 March, Thimphu: Around 45 participants from the Ministry are attending a two days training on “Google Suite” at Institute of Management Studies Ltd, Serbithang. The training will basically equip the staff stationed in Thimphu on the usage of Email, Publishing Apps (Docs, Sheet, Slides), Calendar, Cloud storage (drive) and other features available in the Suite.

    The Google Apps is a cloud-based suite application to promote a paperless working environment and help reduce both agency’s overall expenses and its environmental impact. The Royal Government of Bhutan approved the implementation of Google Apps to facilitate a secure email system and collaboration across the whole of Government. The Apps had encouraged the innovative changes in processes within the government, demonstrating the benefits of ICT in a small and resource constrained country like Bhutan.

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