The following applicants were shortlisted for the selection interview for the post of Adm. Assistant III.

Citizen Identity Card #
Drupchu Zangmo
Lunjay Wangpo
Ngawang Namgyel
Pampha Devi Bhandari
Yeshey Wangmo
Shortlisted candidate for the selection interview for the post of Jr. Estate Manager.

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Sangay Deki

The above shortlisted candidates have to come for their interview on 15th October, 2014 at 9.00 A.M. in the Conference Hall, CNR Lobesa along with the original documents.
A team of Professors from Maejo University and Chiang Mai University in Thailand, led by the Dean, Faculty of Animal Science and Technology of Maejo University visited the College of Natural Resources on the 8th October 2014. The Professors met with the Senior Management Team of the College and discussed on possible areas of collaboration between the College and the two universities in Thailand
In the afternoon, the professor Yanin Opatpatanikat and Professor gave seminar talks on Beef Production in Thailand and Native Chicken production in Thailand to the faculties and students of Animal Science Department. Professor Avorn Opatpatanikat of Chiang Mai University provided an insight on Community-based Research in Thailand to the students of B.Sc. 2nd Year Sustainable Development and students of 1st Year M.Sc. in Development Practice. The Professors were in the country at the invitation of the Department of Livestock, Ministry of Agriculture and Forests. 

College of Natural Resources is pleased to announce the following vacancy for immediate recruitment:

Sl/# Poition Title   
Slot Qualification
1 Jr. Estate Manager S2A 1 Class XII with 2 years Diploma in Civil Engineering
2 Adm.Assistant.III S5A 1
Class XII with 55% aggregate (English+4 best subject)
and 3 months IT course
3 Farm labour (Male) ESP 1 Nil ( know how to operate power tiller )

Interested candidates (Age 18 - 40 years) may submit their application to the Director General, CNR with duly filled RUB employment form and the following documents latest by October 9, 2014 during office hour.

The shortlisted candidates will be announced at and the date for the interview will be on 16th October, 2014 at 9.00 AM in the Conference Hall, CNR.

1.    Class X and XII marksheet
2.    Medical Certificate
3.    Security clearance certificate
4.    No objection certificate from the current employing agency.
5.    Experience letter
6.    Merit certificates
7.    CID Photocopy
Mr. Tashi, the 3rd cohort B.Sc. Forestry Graduate of July 2014 bagged the 1st prize cash of Nu. 7500 and the certificate award in poster competition of Bhutan Ecological Society’s 2nd Annual Research Symposium. 
He showcased his Dissertation on “An Assessment of Carbon Sequestration Potentials of Pinus wallichiana using Randomized Branch Sampling” in Bumthang Dzongkhag. Tashi was a dutiful and sincere student while pursuing his Bachelor’s Degree in the College, and stood 2nd in the academic course work.  Currently, he is posted in the Sarpang Dzongkhag Forestry Sector as the Sr. Ranger. The College wishes him further success and fulfillment in his career.
Master’s in Development Practice (MDP) Program launched at College of Natural Resources (CNR)
The two years Master’s in Development Practice (MDP) program was launched on 4th August 2014 by Dasho (Dr.) Pema Thinlay, Honorable Vice Chancellor, Royal University of Bhutan.  The launching ceremony was attended by two ICIMOD Staff members, Dasho Dzongrab, Wangdue Phodrang Dzonkhag, Heads of the Schools from the neighborhood, Heads of the Regional Organizations, other distinguished guests and CNR staff and faculty members.
The MDP is a broad-based multi-disciplinary 2 year graduate degree program that is designed to develop a cadre of professionals with knowledge and competencies in a range of social and applied science. With focus on multidisciplinary and integrated aspects of development, the program will prepare the students to be holistic in their approach and sensitive to the sustainability aspects of development.
The offer of this program is aligned with the global thinking that a balanced and holistic approach is economically viable, socially and environmentally acceptable, founded on the principles of participation, equity, social inclusion and empowerment.
The first batch of 30 national students who have enrolled for the program are supported with scholarships from Royal University of Bhutan (23), ICIMOD (5) through Action Research Project, and NORHED Project (2) students. 
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