• Notification on July 2017 Promotion

    This is to inform that about 225 officials have been granted promotion for 1st July 2017. The promotion consists of Specialist, Meritorious and Broad Banded categories. Out of this, 5 Civil Servants were granted Specialist Promotion while 2 Civil Servants have received Meritorious Promotion. In addition, 2 Civil Servants were granted promotion to P1 Position through open competition. Further, 216 Civil Servants were granted broad banded promotion by the Ministry as approved by the HRC under the decentralized category.

    This year in order to instill motivation and appreciate their outstanding contributions to the Tsa-wa-sum, the Ministry will be organizing one day ceremony for awarding of kha-Dhar to the promoted employees for July 2017 based in Thimphu (List attached) at NRDCL conference Hall on 28th July 2017 at 3.pm.

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  • Vacancy re-announcement

    As per the Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC) and Department of Livestock (DoL) approved standard for recruitment of GSP’s and ESP’s vide letter numbered RCSC/HRMD/7/2016/3082 dated 24th March, 2016 and NCA/8/DEPT/2015-2016/47 dated 25th March, 2016 respectively, National Research and Development Centre for Aquaculture (NRDCA), Gelephu is pleased to re-announce the following vacancies for following posts.

    Sl.No. Name of Post Category No. of Post Age Limit (Years) Sex Place of Posting
    1 Fishery Attendant ESP 9 18-50 Male NRDCA, Gelephu
    Total 9

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  • National Training for Wetland Managers underway

    A50X8255July 24-28, Thimphu: The Watershed Management Division, Department of Forests and Park Services (DoFPS) is conducting a five days National Training for Wetland Managers in collaboration with the Ramsar Regional Center- East Asia (RRC-EA) based in Republic of Korea. The participants include officials from all the Forest Territorial Divisions and Protected Areas.

    Wetlands constitute of water ecosystems that include lakes, marshes, vernal pools, peat bogs, fens, rivers & streams. Wetlands provide fundamental ecosystem services, such as water regulation, filtering and purification, as well as numerous scientific, cultural and recreational values within the watersheds. Wetlands are important for the maintenance of the broader ecosystem health.

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  • Delegation from Government of Nepal and ICIMOD visits Bhutan

    1 (1)July 24, Thimphu: A twenty-two member delegation from Government of Nepal (GoN) and ICIMOD led by Mr. Ram Prasad Lamsai, Joint Secretary from the Ministry of Population and Environment (MoPE), Nepal is in the country for the exposure visit.

    The visit will enhance effective learning and sharing among the National Adaptation Plan (NAP) stakeholders of Nepal and Bhutan to mainstream climate change (CC) adaptation within national programme and plans. The team will also explore successful adaptation planning and its practices at the local level in Bhutan.

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  • Extended deadline of application for ESP at UWICER

    The Ugyen Wangchuck Institute for Conservation and Environmental Research (UWICER), Bumthang is pleased to extend the deadline of an applications for the post of ESP (Male). The application should be submitted to the Head, UWICER on or before 01 August, 2017 with the following set of documents and should meet the following criteria:

    1. Applicant should be a Bhutanese national.
    2. Age between 18-50 years old.
    3. Medical fitness certificate.
    4. Security clearance for employment.
    5. Application (mention contact no.).
    6. Citizen ID card photocopy.
    7. If employed NOC from parent organization.
    8. Employment Application Form (Annexure 4/1).

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