• Vacancy for P1level under DoFPS

    The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests is pleased to announce vacancies for P1 Management Positions for the following offices as detailed below:

    Sl.NoAgencyPosition TitlePL/ SLMinimum Qualification RequiredNo. of Slot
    1Social Forestry & Extension Division, ThimphuChief Forestry OfficerP1 ABachelors in Forestry/Wildlife1
    2Forest Resource Management Division, ThimphuChief Forestry OfficerP1 ABachelors in Forestry/Wildlife1
    3Sakten Wildlife Sanctuary, PhongmeyChief Forestry OfficerP1 ABachelors in Forestry/Wildlife1
    4Paro Territorial Division, ParoChief Forestry OfficerP1 ABachelors in Forestry/Wildlife1

     

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  • Vacancy re-announcement for ESP

    Regional Mithun Breeding Centre, Zhemgang is pleased to re-announce the vacancies for the following posts:

    Sl. #Name of the PostCategoryVacant PostAge LimitPlace of PostingRemarks
    1Animal AttendantESP5 Nos.18-50RMBC, ZhemgangPreferred Male
    2Pasture AttendantESP3 Nos.18-50RMBC, ZhemgangPreferred both gender

     

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  • Introduction of Food Safety Culture in Bhutan

    19 – 20 August, Thimphu: The Bhutan Agriculture and Food Regulatory Authority (BAFRA), MoAF, is hosting an Advocacy Seminar on “Food Safety Culture” for Senior Government Officials, top Management of Food Businesses and relevant Stakeholders at Terma Linca Resort & Spa, Thimphu on 19th August 2019. The opening of this Advocacy Seminar is graced by His Excellency Lyonpo Yeshi Penjor, Hon’ble Minister, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests. This high Level Seminar is being followed by a Technical Workshop on “Food Safety Culture” for food professionals in Bhutan on 20th August 2019. These programs are being organized through financial and technical assistance from the FAO Regional Office for Asia & Pacific (FAO-RAP), Bangkok through its ongoing Food Safety Indictor Pilot Project in the country.

    Around 50 participants consisting mostly of Senior Government Officials of relevant agencies, members of Parliaments,  CEOs/MD of  the private food businesses, head of the developments and international partners (FAO, WHO, WFP), Senior Officials  from the  Security  Forces and monastic institutions  dealing with food supplies are attending the half day Advocacy Seminar. The technical workshop on the following day will be attended by around 60 participants consisting mostly of senior level food professionals from the Government, private food businesses and relevant stakeholders.

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