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December 21-25, Sarpang: About 30 farmers attended the five days training on “Fodder conservation and Total Mixed Ration (TMR) technologies” in Jigmecholing. The training was aimed at enhancing the knowledge and skills of farmers on fodder conservation techniques such as silage making, hay making and crop residue enrichment techniques. It also promoted the use and formulation of local feed resources as alternatives to commercial feeds.
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The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests would like to invite for Request for proposal (SRFP) from interested and eligible Bhutanese Consultancy Firm for developing RNR-HR Master plan 2018-2022 for Human Resource Division. The sealed proposal should be submitted no later than 11:00 AM of 21st January,2019 and it will be opened on the same day at 11:30 AM. The complete set of SRFP can be downloaded from below and for any further information, please contact the Chief HR Officer of the Ministry during the office hour.
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The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests is pleased to announce the following post for recruitment on contract for a period of 3 years.
|S/No.||Position Title||Position Level||Qualification||No. of post||Job location|
|1||Gender & Knowledge Management Officer||P5||B.A (English with IT or Environmental Science)||1||Wengkhar, Mongar|
Interested eligible candidates are requested to submit their application along with the following documents to the Chief HR Officer, Human Resource Division on or before January 7, 2019: Continue reading
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December 19-25, Zhemgang: The basic beekeeping training is underway for 25 youths and farmers of Buli, Nangkor gewog. The training will introduce the modern moveable frame hive (Newton .B hive) of the eastern region for local honey production to create the rural employment opportunities for jobless youths and farmers.
The National Apiculture Program at the National Highland Research and Development Centre, Bumthang and RLDC-Zhemgang is imparting the training with fund from GEF-LDCF, the UNDP supported project. Similar trainings were also conducted at Metdsho gewog in Lhuentse and Saleng gewog in Mongar.
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