• Grievance Redressal Mechanism

    As endorsed during the 78th RNR-GNH Committee Meeting held on 7th February 2017, the Grievance Redressal Mechanism has been established in the Ministry and will come into force from 1 March 2017. The objectives of establishing Grievance Redressal Mechanism are:

    • To provide clear and transparent framework to deal with grievances related to training.
    • To provide reasonable opportunity to the affected civil servants to express grievances and have them redressed in a fair, transparent and prompt manner.
    • To promote effective working relationships and environment leading to increased satisfaction on the job and resulting in improved productivity and efficiency of the organization.

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  • National Geographic Grant 2017

    For more than 125 years, the National Geographic Society has been awarding grants to talented, innovative individuals working on research, conservation and exploration projects around the world. As you may know, in July 2015, we launched a new effort to expand our grant-making across Asia. Watch this video to find out more about this program. We are delighted to share that our first rounds of grant reviews, held in November 2015, May 2016, and November 2016 resulted in the support of 65 projects, with 27 projects supporting Early Career Applicants (those leading their own project for the first time).

    We are now preparing for our grant application reviews and would like your help in attracting qualified applicants to our program. Applications can be submitted in different categories: Research, Conservation, Education, Storytelling and Technology. Additionally there are opportunities for Early Career Grants within each category. If you’re interested in applying to us for funding or know of colleagues or friends who might be interested in applying, please go to our website for more information.

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  • PhD Scholarship at SAARC Agriculture Centre

    SAARC Agriculture Centre is starting PhD Scholarship from this year. Therefore, this is to  inform and encourage potential candidates to apply for the scholarship. The thematic area is of interest to Bhutan “Influence of conservation agriculture on soil carbon sequestration and GHG emission in cereal based cropping system”.

    For details please visit SAC Website – www.sac.org.bd

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