So­lu­tion for re­cruit­ment of B. Ed grad­u­ates to be ex­plored

Bhutan Times - - Front Page - AN­JANA SUBBA

The Prime Min­is­ter upon re­turn from visit to In­dia on Mon­day, 19 Jan 2015, called for an emer­gency meet­ing of the Royal Civil Ser­vice Com­mis­sion, Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion and Min­istry of Labour and Hu­man Re­sources to re­view the B. Ed grad­u­ates is­sue at hand, to find im­me­di­ate so­lu­tion to it and to ex­plore the job prospects for the Bed grad­u­ates in the com­ing years.

The prime min­is­ter di­rected the Min­istry of ed­u­ca­tion and RCSC to im­me­di­ately un­der­take a re-as­sess­ment of the teacher de­ploy­ment, and de­cide how many can be em­ployed on con­tract.

The Prime min­is­ter also di­rected the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion, GNHC Sec­re­tariat and RCSC on re­cruit­ment of B. Ed grad­u­ates on con­tract in the Cen­tral Schools.

The Prime Min­is­ter noted that 107 ex­ist­ing Bhutanese teach­ing in Thai­land are happy and sat­is­fied. He di­rected the Min­istry of Labour and Hu­man Re­sources to im­me­di­ately get in con­tact with rel­e­vant agen­cies for en­hanced re­cruit­ment of Bhutanese in Thai­land and abroad.

The Prime min­is­ter in­formed the meet­ing that he talked to Aus­tralian del­e­ga­tion at the re­cent vi­brant Gu­jarat sum­mit about send­ing young Bhutanese to Aus­tralia which has been re­ceived pos­i­tively. He said that he would work on this on pri­or­ity ba­sis.

The Prime Min­is­ter also in­formed the meet­ing that he di­rected the BOIC to ag­gres­sively pur­sue the plan of ac­tion to de­velop the en­tre­pre­neur­ial skills in young Bhutanese for self-em­ploy­ment and to gen­er­ate jobs.

The Prime Min­is­ter di­rected the Min­istry of Ed­u­ca­tion, Min­istry of Labour and Hu­man Re­sources and GNHC for a joint pro­posal by end of the week out­lin­ing strate­gies to ad­dress the is­sue.

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