The most awaited moment for graduates
Out of 2,487 graduates who appeared the main examination of the BCSE 2016, 1,348 have secured above 50 percent.
Kinley Zam, B.A English Honors, a graduate of Sherubtse College has topped the Bhutan Civil Service Examination (BCSE) under the Post Graduate Diploma for Public Administration. (PGDPA). She scored 69.23 percent.
She said, “I am more proud of the fact that I was able to bring Sherubtse on the top.”
She also said that she was overwhelmed and didn’t expect to top. Adding that she was proud of her achievement.
She also highlighted that her reason for topping was because of the free coaching class that she attended.
Sonam Pelden, B.A in Sociology and Political Science graduate came second with 68.84 percent.
Pema Selden, B.A in Media Studies and English stood third with 66.50 percent. All three graduates have completed their studies from Sherubtse College.
Similarly for Dzongkha Category, Tsheten Dorji topped by scoring 68.82 percent while Ugyen Zam and Tshewang Tashi stood second and third scoring 67.34 and 66.25 percent respectively.
Tsheten Dorji said, “It is my prolonged effort towards the goal.” Adding that, “Hard work is always rewarded.”
He also said that it is the plate form to repay the gratitude to government.
Tshewang Tashi said, “The success of today is not only the single hardship of mine.” Adding that it was with the help of god and support from parent.
Toppers of Dzongkha category were the graduate with B.A in Language and Literature from College of Language and Culture Studies.
Likewise in Technical Category, Sandeep Kumar Sanyasi who completed MBBS from University of Colombo secure the first position with 75.01 percentages.
Ugyen Choden with 73.08 percentages stood second followed by Dorji Gyeltshen scoring 72.75 percent.
Both the graduates are from National Institute of Traditional Medicine with B.Sci. in Tradition Medicine.
Youden, BBA graduate said that her achievement after struggling more that fifteen years is worthless. She added that she has become speechless to parents and relatives. Losing by a point mark is so depressing. She added.
HRO of Royal Civil Service Examination, RCSE, Jigme Norbu said that the selection and placements shall be carried out on the basis of merit ranking of the main examination results for the respective examination categories and availability of vacancies.
He also added that if vacancies in PGDPE category is not filled than it shall be offered to PGDPA and other technical categories provided they meet the criteria, in order of merit.
For the review of the main examination result, candidates have opportunity to appeal to the RCSC till December 20, 2016.