National Nublang Breeding Farm, Tashiyangphu is pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates to attend interview on 23rd October 2017 at 10 AM. Shortlisted candidates are requested to report to this office with original documents on 23rd October 2017.
14-15 October, Soe: The fifth Jomolhari Mountain Festival ‘celebrating the life in the mountains’ was held in Damgochong near Jomolhari base camp under Soe Park Range of Jigme Dorji National Park (JDNP). The festival was graced by Paro Dzongdag, Secretary for Gross National Happiness Commission, Member of Parliament from Thimphu, Dungkhag administration of Lingshi, and officials from Bhutan Foundation, Tourism Council of Bhutan (TCB), Ministry along with tourists and the locals from Soe, Yaksa, Nubri and Lingshi.
The festival is one of the unique occasion where by members of the whole Jomolhari community gather together to enjoy and celebrate their cultural heritage and also learn about ecotourism opportunities in the region. The festival also raised awareness on snow leopard conservation, by improving local community member’s perception of, and attitudes towards the endangered species and creating a plat form for economic opportunities and sustainable livelihood.
October 19, Thimphu: More than 353 yak herders from 10 Dzongkhags representing a wide range of ages came together in Thimphu to attend the first ever consultative workshop with the government.
Addressing the representatives, the Hon’ble Lyonchhoen shared that the highlanders living on the northern frontiers have a critical responsibility to ensure border security. He urged the meeting to deliberate plans to develop and promote highlanders’ livelihoods and their unique culture.