• New species of snails discovered

    A paper titled “RAHULA REVISITED (PULMONATA: EUCONULIDAE), WITH DATA FOR BHUTAN, INDIA (ASSAM), LAOS, VIETNAM AND INDONESIA, INCLUDING TWO NEW SPECIES” is published in the Journal of Conchology. The paper describes two new snail species: Rahula namgayae from Bhutan and Rahula maasseni from Indonesia. The study was conducted by the National Biodiversity Centre, Naturalis Biodiversity Center (The Netherlands), Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environmental Research (UWICER).

    New data for Rahula species in Bhutan are given, including a new species and an extended description of R. trongsaensis based on a newly found fully grown shell. The genus is known from only the eastern half of the country. Two hitherto overlooked nominal taxa of Kaliella from Assam are regarded as Rahula species resembling R. trongsaensis; photographs of syntypes of these taxa are presented. Additions to the species list for Rahula that was published earlier are added, including a new species for Indonesia, Sulawesi. An updated distribution map for the genus is provided in the paper.

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  • Vacancy re-announcement for Animal Attendant

    The National Piggery Research & Development Centre, Gelephu, DoL, MoAF, is pleased to invite an application from eligible Bhutanese Nationals for the following vacant posts under the ESP category:

    Sl.No.PostCategoryPost vacantAge limitPlacement
    1Animal AttendantESP318-50Piggery Farm, Gelephu

    The interested Bhutanese Citizen may submit the application to the Program Director, NPIRDC, DoL, MoAF, Gelephu, on or before 15th  April, 2021 on fulfilling below mentioned criteria with contract numbers.

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  • First Yak Federation in the country

    5-8 April: A four day consultative meeting was carried out at the National Highland Research and Development Centre (NHRDC) in Bumthang to form the first ever Yak Federation in the country.

    The yak federation was formed to promote yak farming as a vibrant and sustainable program for highlanders. The federation will ensure aggregation, standardization, quality assurance and cooperative marketing of yak products as well as developing the brand value of Bhutanese yak products nationally and globally. The other important benefit of forming a federation will be the empowerment of the highland communities in terms of governance and decision making for the improvement and sustainability of their livelihoods and their living environment.

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  • Selected Candidate for Farm Attendant

    As per selection interview held on 9th April, 2021, ARDC Samtenling would like to announce selected candidate for the post of Farm Attendant as mentioned below:
    

    NameCID No.Post AppliedRemarksPlace of Posting
    Karma Tamang11310000727Farm Attendantstandby ARDC Samtenling
    Tshering Samdrup11411000833Farm AttendantSelected

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