The Ministry of Agriculture & Forests is pleased to announce the shortlisted candidates for the following posts under the Department of Agriculture as mentioned below:
The shortlisted candidates are requested to report for the Selection Interview as scheduled above, failing which the selection will not be considered. The following documents must be produced in original during the time of interview:
Mark sheet & Certificates
Valid Medical Fitness Certificate
Valid Approved status report-security Clearance (Printable)
Citizenship ID Card
Other Certificate of Experience/Excellence if there is any
2nd June, Chuzom: The 2nd June Social Forestry Day was celebrated by a Mass Tree Plantation along the Thimphu/Paro/Chukha Highway at Chuzom, today. The theme for the day was “Plant Trees for Green Bhutan” The inaugural planting was graced by His Excellency the Prime Minister of Bhutan, and Managing Director and staff of Punatsangchhu, the Dzongdas of Paro, Thimphu, Chukha and Haa, Desungs and over 350 volunteers and forests officials from the four dzongkhags. They planted about 3000 willow stumps and 200 seedlings of various species along the Thimphu/Paro/Chukha highway.
2 June, Bumthang. Her Royal Highness Ashi Chimi Yangzom Wangchuck, Minister of Agriculture and Forests Lyonpo Yeshey Dorji, Dasho Sangay Wangchuck, NEC Advisor Dasho Paljor J. Dorji, Bumthang Dzongdag and other dignitaries celebrated Social Forestry Day at Ugyen Wangchuck Institute of Conservation and Environment (UWICE).
As a tribute to His Majesty’s concerns and contributions towards the preservation of our natural environment, June 2nd has been marked as Social Forestry Day in coinciding with Coronation Day of His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo.
The Opening Ceremony of the 14th International Society of Ethnobiology (ISE) Congress took place at Ugyen Wangchuck Stadium in Bumthang, Bhutan on 1 June 2014. The objective of the Congress which is held once every two years is to support and promote the critical efforts of indigenous peoples, traditional societies and local communities in the conservation of biological, cultural and linguistic diversity. HRH Ashi Chimi Yangzom Wangchuck, Guest of Honour, inaugurated the event to a crowd of almost 200 participants from Bhutan and 400 participants representing 56 other countries. The Minister of Agriculture and Forests Lyonpo Yeshi Dorji, Dasho Sangay Wangchuck, Dasho Peljor J. Dorji, Lam Neten and Dasho Dzongdag of Bumthang Dzongkhag, Director General for Department of Forest and Park Services, and other sector heads also attended the Congress ceremony.
In addition to inaugurating the Congress, HRH Ashi Chimi Yangzom Wangchuck launched the Birds of Bhutan Web-app and five new UWICE publications: Wildlife Research Techniques in Rugged Mountainous Asian Landscapes, Field Guide to Primulas of Bhutan, Field Guide to Hesperiidae (Skippers) of Bhutan, Aquatic Biodiversity Assessment and Ecological and Socio-Cultural Significance of High Altitude Wetlands. A final highlight of the Congress Opening was the maiden flight of a conservation drone, which UWICE will use to map forest and snow cover and to monitor forests impacted by fire. UWICE conservation drone and publications were generously funded by the Bhutan Foundation.