CNR, Lobesa Feb 14, 2017: Selection interview results for the post of an Electrician. Click here...
 
 
 
 
 
 
CNR, Lobesa Feb 1, 2017: A team from the Centre for International Projects Trust (CIBT), Delhi, India led by its Director, Dr. Vatta visited the college and conducted a seminar on Sustainable Rural Livelihood and Organic Agriculture. The team from CIBT presented a paper on Towards Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Livelihood: Success Stories from India. This paper was followed by a presentation by Dr. Phub Dorji, DG and Dr. Sonam Tashi, DAA of the college on Integrated Organic Farm Development and Challenges in Agriculture Development in Bhutan, respectively. The faculty members from CNR, staff from Wangdue and Punakha dzongkhags and RDC Bajo have attended the event. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CNR, Lobesa January 20, 2016:  Vets from the Department of Animal Science, College of Natural Resources, Dr.Shekhar Chhetri and Dr.Jigdrel Dorji successfully treated an injured Himalayan Goral (Naemorhedus goral). The goral was rescued and brought to Wangdue Forest Division, Lobesa by Mr.Tashi Dendup, Head of Wildlife Conservation Section, and his team from Forest Division.
 
The injured wild animal was brought to Wangdue Forest Division from PHPA colony. The goral was reported to have been chased by dogs and was found lying wounded on the ground. The rescued Himalayan goral was a male of 6 years old weighing 30 kg approximately. 
 
On external examination, the animal was found to be bleeding from nostrils, eyes, and rectum. The animal was shivering and there were several minor wounds over the body. The dressing of wound was done and a dose of antibiotic was injected intravenously along with 500 ml Dextrose. The animal responded well to the treatment and is kept in the Rescue and Rehabilitation Shed under observation.
 
 
A newly started Teaching Veterinary Clinic is being functional at college farm. Pet owners nearby are approaching for veterinary services. The purpose of this Veterinary Clinic is to teach basic veterinary clinical practices to the students of BSc. Animal Science programme and also to render services to the community at free of cost.
 
 
 
 
One week training on Global Positioning System (GPS) and Geographical Information System (GIS) started at the College of Natural Resources (CNR).  
 
 
Twenty one participants ( District Environment Officers) from different Dzongkhags under the National Environment Commission (NEC) attended the training.The training has covered lectures, demonstration, hands-on exercise and field survey. Participants were expected to learn how to collect, integrate and interpret data using GIS software and GPS equipment.

 
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