• Auction of Live Spent Birds

    1. The National Poultry Research and Development Centre (NPRDC), Sarpang hereby invites interested general public for open auction of approximately 1100 numbers of layer parent breeders (spent birds) on 6 December 2019 at 10 am in the conference hall of NPRDC.
    2. The birds will be auctioned on “as is where basis”. Interested bidders must deposit Nu. 20,000/- (Ngultrum Twenty Thousand) only as EMD (refundable) in cash/cash warrant in favor of Program Director, NPRDC, Sarpang.
    3. The birds will be sold to the winning bidder on full payment and birds have to be lifted within three days from the date of auction.
    4. NPRDC has the right to reject if disputes arise out of terms and conditions. For further information, please contact 17853374/17762071/06-365305 during office hours.

    NPRDC

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  • Statement by Sanam Lyonpo on the occasion of World Antibiotic Awareness Week

    18-24 November 2019: Today we join the global community in observing World Antibiotic Awareness Week (WAAW) from 18 to 24 November 2019- a worldwide initiative to raise awareness of antimicrobial resistance and to encourage the responsible use of antibiotics in all areas, including human and veterinary medicine. Antibiotics are used for treating infections caused mainly by bacterial agents. Failure to use them in prudent way is one of the main reasons attributing to development of resistance in disease causing agents. Treating an infection caused by resistant agent requires higher generation antibiotics.

    Globally, about 70% of the antibiotics manufactured by pharmaceutical companies are used in veterinary practices that include production animals, companion animals and wildlife. This means a substantial amount of antibiotics are pumped into our food chain and environment. Weak compliance to regulations of prudent use of antibiotics will expose humans and animals to sub-therapeutic dose and facilitate resistance development.

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  • Writeshop on developing organic package of practices for selected commodities under NoFP

    22 November, Phuentsholing: The write shop on developing an organic package of practices for the selected commodities under the National Organic Flagship Program (NOFP) is underway at Tashi Namgay Grand from 20-23 November 2019.

    The program has 12 selected commodities for commercialization in the 12th five year plan such as buckwheat, quinoa, ginger, cardamom, mushroom, turmeric trout and lemongrass oil for the export market and chili, asparagus, cauliflower and beans for the domestic market. These commodities were selected based on their potential for going organic at commercial level and scalability.

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  • Invitation for airfare Quotation

    The National Biodiversity Centre is pleased to invite airfares from eligible ticketing firm for the following sectors:

    SNRouteDateClass
    1.Paro- Delhi- Bopal (Raja Bhoj International Airport)17th December, 2019Economy
    2.Bopal (Raja Bhoj International Airport) – Delhi- Paro23rd December, 2019Economy

     2Pax: Mr Mani Prasad Nirola and Ms. Jamyang Choden

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  • Vacancy Announcement

    The Brown Swiss Cattle Farm, Bathpalathang, Bumthang under the Department of Livestock is pleased to invite application from eligible Bhutanese national aged between 18-50 years for the following posts under ESP Category.

    Sl. no.PositionsPosition CategoryPost VacantQualificationPlace of postingRemarks
    1Farm  attendantsESP4Not requiredBrown swiss Cattle farm, BumthangShould be interested to works with animals and in Pasture field. Past experiences in the field of Cattle management would be given preferences.

    Interested eligible candidates aged between 18-50 years may apply to the Farm Manager, Brown Swiss Cattle Farm, Bumthang latest by 5th December 2019 during office hours with the following documents. Continue reading  Post ID 11797

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