• Selections for Masters in Forestry at BOKU University

    DoFPS would like to inform the results of candidates who applied and have been selected for the Masters in Forestry at BOKU University in October 2014. They have been selected based on specific subject requirement of the BC-Cap Project and work experience through a series of competitive interviews carried out by Department of Forests and Park Services and Professor Georg Gratzer, the supervisor from BOKU.


    Continue reading  Post ID 1094

    1,986 total views, no views today

  • Vacancy: Internship for BCA at ICS

    The Ministry of Agriculture & Forest is pleased to announce vacancy for 1 (one) Internship as below:


    Interested graduate fulfilling the above criteria may submit their application to the HRD latest by 16 April 2014 along with following documents. Please note that only the shortlisted candidates will be notified for selection interview. Continue reading  Post ID 1094

    1,499 total views, no views today

  • WCD Tender deadline Postponed

    The Wildlife Conservation Division would like to inform that the deadline for Supply and Installation of Laboratory Equipment and Consumables has been postponed till Monday April 7, 2014..

    For further queries please contact 324131 (Chief forestry Officer, WCD)or (Kinley Rabgay, WCD, Project Focal) during office hours.

    Inconvenience caused is regretted.

    Continue reading  Post ID 1094

    1,409 total views, no views today

  • Orong farmers solve Water Shortage


    The community and its problem:

    Orong, a community located centrally among the other villages of Orong geog under Samdrup Jongkhar District consists of 109 households. A total of 1,019 of the total population of Orong geog reside in this community. Orong community’s biggest problem was water shortage for both drinking and irrigation although there are potentials for increasing crop production. In the absence of irrigation facilities, they depended mostly on rainfall, which over the years have also become erratic making the situation worse. Water being the lifeline, Orongpas had various problems related to water. Hygiene and sufficient production of crops, particularly vegetables, was never assured and conflicts over water were common. The geog Administration had recorded as high as 10 disputes related to water in a year.

    Continue reading  Post ID 1094

    2,937 total views, no views today