• Quotations invited for two week Dzongkha Training on Official Correspondence with Unicode

    Terms and Conditions for conducting two week Dzongkha Training on Official Correspondence with Unicode at Phuentsholing

    1. The invitation of bid is open to all licensed Dzongkha institutes in Phuentsholing registered under the Department of Occupational Standards of the Ministry of Labour and Human Resources of the Royal Government of Bhutan. The Bidders must submit a copy of their valid license registered and recognised with the Dzongkha Development Commission for the specific training institute they bid for. The bids without valid licenses for the said institute shall be subject to rejection.
    1. The bidding training institute will have a minimum requirement computer lab for at least 20 personnel with qualified resource persons.

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  • Shortlisted candidates

    The management of RNR-RDC, Jakar is pleased to short-List the following candidates for the following post as detailed below.

    ESP (Three Posts and Tractor Operator 1 Post)

    Sl.NoName of the CandidateCID No.Interview Schedule
    1Budh Bir Gurung21309000142Venue: RNR-RC Office
    Lamoizingkha
    Date: 18/3/2015
    Time: 10.30am
    2Jagat Bdr Gurung11309000642
    3Sangay Thinley( Operator)10103002436Venue: Meeting Hall, RNR-RDC,
    Jakar, Bumthang.
    Date: 18/3/2015
    Time: 10.30am
    4Pema Dorji10702001647
    5Tshering Dema11808001899
    6Tashi Tobgay10704001322

     

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  • Press Release

    The Hon’ble Prime Minister will be making a 9-day visit to the United States of America from 15th to 24th March 2015 to raise awareness for the ‘Bhutan for Life’ initiative. The members of Hon’ble Prime Minister’s delegation include senior officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Agriculture and Forests.

    Bhutan for Life is an initiative of the Ministry of Agriculture and Forests and is a Project Finance for Permanence (PFP) mechanism to provide sustained flow of funds for the conservation and sustainable management of Bhutan’s protected areas and biological corridors, including the enhancement of sustainable economic opportunities and livelihood security for communities residing in parks. It aims to mobilize, in one single agreement, all governmental, financial and other commitments required to develop and maintain Bhutan’s protected area system over the long term. Given the immense potential of the protected areas to contribute to sustainable development of Bhutan, it is an opportune moment for the Royal Government to pursue this initiative and further consolidate the conservation legacy and achievements of Bhutan globally.

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