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Press Release ~October 2, 2022

The Royal Civil Service Commission, working closely with our executives, has submitted our report on restructuring the Civil Service to the Lhengye Zhungtshog. With approval accorded by the Lhengye Zhungtshog, we will be reorganising our Civil Service agencies into the following clusters: Read More:

Re-prioritized Vacancies for Technical Service, Administration Service, Finance Service and Technical Service (PGDNL) for BCSE 2022. ~September 29, 2022

The Royal Civil Service Commission is pleased to announce the reprioritized vacancies for Technical Service, Administration Service, Finance Service and Technical Service (PGDNL) for BCSE 2022.

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Nurturing Leadership Program: An end to a new beginning… ~September 28, 2022

The Royal Civil Service Commission partnering with the Ulrich Allen Leadership Capital launched the “Nurturing Leadership Program” for leaders in the Civil Service on October 19, 2021. The Commission has been working towards the Vision of “An engaged and responsive Civil Service accelerating and securing Bhutan’s status as a developed country” where one of the critical levers is strengthening leadership in the agencies. Towards this end, the Ulrich Allen Leadership Capital (UALC) was identified to carry out a one-year Project on leadership in the Civil Service.

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