Superannuation - June 24, 2014

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Sherub Gyeltshen, Secretary (EX1 A), Ministry of Agriculture and Forest, is superannuating from the Civil Service with effect from 2/04/2014, after 36 years and 3 months of distinguished service.


Transferred - June 24, 2014

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Tashi Tobgye, Policy & Planning Division, Ministry of Home & Cultural Affairs, who was on secondment to His Majesty’s Secretariat as Director (EX3 A), Desuung, has been transferred as the Director (EX3 A), Department of Civil Registration & Census, Ministry of Home & Cultural Affairs, with immediate effect.


Appointed - June 24, 2014

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Karma Tshering Namgyel, Director (EX3 A), Bureau of Law & Order, Ministry of Home & Cultural Affairs, has been appointed as the Consul General, Royal Bhutanese Consulate, Kolkata, with effect from 03/01/2014.
The appointment is in accordance with Article 2 section 19 (o) of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Bhutan.


Transferred - June 24, 2014

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Rinzin Dorji, Director (EX3 A), Anti-Corruption Commission has been transferred as the Director (EX3 A), Construction Development Board (CDB), Ministry of Works and Human Settlement, with immediate effect.


Transferred - June 24, 2014

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Sonam Tobgay, Director General (EX2 A), Department of Civil Registration & Census, Ministry of Home & Cultural Affairs has been transferred as the Director General (EX2 A), Bureau of Law and Order, Ministry of Home and Cultural Affairs with immediate effect


Appointment and Oath Taking Ceremony for the new Teacher Graduates - June 24, 2014

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The Royal Civil Service Commission appointed and sworn in 358 new teacher graduates from the two Colleges of Education at Paro and Samtse, on 25th Febrauary, 2014. The Chairman of the RCSC Lyonpo Thinley Gyamtsho handed over the Appointment Orders. The Oath of Allegiance was administered by Lopon Daw Gyeltshen from Zhung Dratshang.
The teacher graduates were selected through the Bhutan Civil Service Examination (BCSE). Of the 358 appointees, 138 were Primary, 171 Secondary and 49 Dzongkha B.Ed. graduates.