• TICA Scholarship

    The Human Resource Division, MoAF would like to inform all the agencies under MoAF to kindly prioritize and provide field of study along with funding (full or cost sharing) for the slots mentioned below from the draft 11th Five Year HR Master Plan for master’s programme under TICA Scholarship for the November 2014 intake and submit to the Human Resource Division latest by 2nd April, 2014 for onward submission to the Royal Civil Service Commission.

    No. of Slots                 Funding                       Country

    20                                Full                                  Thailand

    20                                Cost-sharing                Thailand

    The final areas of study will be announced in the media and RCSC website.

    – HRD

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  • Inviting Requisition for Australian Volunteers

    With reference to letter No. RCSC/HRMD/VoL-AVID/2014/1015 dated 25 March, 2014 received from the Royal Civil Service Commission, the Human Resource Division, MoAF is pleased to invite requisition for Australian Volunteers for the 2014 recruitment and to be dispatched in October, 2014.

    Please note the following:

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  • Story in Pictures: Launching of Integrated Agriculture Technology Farms

    20 March 2014: Wang Sisina, Mewang Geog, Thimphu Dzongkhag

    His Excellency the Prime Minister of Bhutan, Lyonchhoen Tshering Tobgay, delivering the Keynote Address
    His Excellency the Prime Minister of Bhutan, Lyonchhoen Tshering Tobgay, being received by the beneficiaries- the Civil Servant Farmers
    The Prime Minister delivering the Keynote Address
    The Prime Minister delivering the Keynote Address

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  • Successfully rescue and relocation of a Himalayan Serow

    serow19 March 2014, GPS location: N 27’19.313′ and E 089’33.653′, Altitude: 2140m: An emergency out call was sent by the Wildlife Conservation Division to rescue a female Himalayan Serow (Scientific name: Capricornis sumatraensis) at the place known as Char Kilo, on the way to the road under construction to the sit of the Education City. The rescue team reached the site at 12:30 am and the very active serow of around 6-7 years age was caught using a nylon rope on the tree. There were no injuries to the serow and the forestry official on duty at the site said the serow’s habitat could be above the Education city construction site and the labourers might have chased away the serow.

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