58 CNR Diploma Grad­u­ates join the RNR fam­ily

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Septem­ber 15, 2015, Thim­phu: Upon suc­cess­ful com­ple­tion of their diploma course from Col­lege of Nat­u­ral Re­sources (CNR) and hav­ing made through the se­lec­tion process as per the avail­able slots in the Min­istry, 58 fresh pass outs joined the RNR fam­ily. Pre­par­ing them for their jobs, the Min­istry con­ducted a day-long ori­en­ta­tion for the grad­u­ates to­day at the NRDCL con­fer­ence hall.

At the inau­gu­ral cer­e­mony of the ori­en­ta­tion pro­gram, the agri­cul­ture and for­est Min­is­ter, Ly­onpo Yeshey Dorji, heartily wel­comed the grad­u­ates to the RNR fam­ily while also ad­vis­ing the young grad­u­ates to work and con­trib­ute to­wards re­al­iza­tion of Min­istry’s goals and ob­jec­tives.

This was fol­lowed by dif­fer­ent de­part­ments and agen­cies pre­sent­ing on their vi­sion, mis­sion, plan and poli­cies. It started with the Pol­icy and Plan­ning Di­vi­sion pre­sen­ta­tion fol­lowed by In­for­ma­tion and Com­mu­ni­ca­tion Ser­vice. In a sim­i­lar fash­ion, all the de­part­ments and agen­cies in­clud­ing the three pri­mary de­part­ments of Agri­cul­ture, Live­stock and For­est and Park Ser­vices pre­sented com­pre­hen­sive talks fa­mil­iar­iz­ing the new com­ers with their man­dates, plan and poli­cies in spe­cial con­text to the 11th FYP.

Af­ter ev­ery pre­sen­ta­tion, grad­u­ates were given the op­por­tu­nity to put up queries, in­ter­act with the speak­ers and the of­fi­cials present. This is be­cause, be­ing fresh and new, they are ex­pected to be want­ing to know about the Min­istry.

Orig­i­nally, 127 can­di­dates grad­u­ated con­sist­ing of 44 with diploma in live­stock, 37 in Forestry and 46 in Agri­cul­ture. How­ever, given the slot avail­abil­ity, the Min­istry was able to ab­sorb only 58 can­di­dates which in­clude 25 diploma hold­ers in Live­stock, 24 Forestry diploma hold­ers and 9 Agri­cul­ture diploma hold­ers. The Min­istry was able to ab­sorb only 45 per­cent of the to­tal grad­u­ates.

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