The most awaited mo­ment for grad­u­ates

Bhutan Times - - Front Page - Sonam Wangmo

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.

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