• Admission Open for Master’s in Development Practice for 2018

    Interested applicants meeting the eligibility criteria can now apply for Master’s in Development Practice at the College of Natural Resources, Lobesa. The admission will close on 17 April 2018. The names of the shortlisted candidates will be announced on 19 April 2018. The date of admission interview will be announced at a later stage.

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  • Vacancy Re-Announcement

    In continuation to earlier announcement vide letter no. MoAF/HRD/DoL/2/2017-2018/3285 dated 3rd November, 2017 and MoAF/HRD/DoL/2/2017-2018/3790 dated 4th December, 2017, the Ministry of Agriculture & Forests is pleased to re-announce vacancies for the following posts under the Department of Livestock on consolidated contract with waiver of qualification requirement.

    Interested applicants may apply to Human Resource Division, MoAF latest by 24th January, 2018. Applicants with training and work experience shall be given preference for the purpose of short listing. Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be called to the selection interview.

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  • Strengthening Vegetable Groups in Lhuentse through CARLEP project

    131 December-7 January, Lhuentse: The training on strengthening of existing vegetable groups in Maenbi and Maedtsho geog was carried out by Dzongkhag Agriculture Sector in collaboration with Geog Administration. The training was focused to those groups that defunct after few years of initial establishment. Two vegetable groups in the Dzongkhag were found to have declined in it’s working mechanism. Hence, these particular groups had reached the critical stage of failing and required upgradation.

    The sector assembled issues and challenges on why the group remained inactive and defunct in the mid of progressing. Thus, lack of coordination and cooperation among members were found to be the core issues that lead groups to remain inactive.

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