Accountability is the main driving force to fundamentally reshape the civil service into an efficient and effective institution that delivers our national objectives. The RCSC remains committed to meeting the aspirations of His Majesty the King to “boldly embrace accountability as a measure of our service” as commanded during the 114th National Day.Read more..
The Royal Civil Service Commission in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital is organizing a three-day virtual training on “Advance Patient Care” for Clinical Nurses from 22-24 November, 2021 in Thimphu. Read More:
UNDP provides equipment support to the Royal Civil Service Commission and the Department of Civil Registration and Census to aid experimentation of interventions aimed at improving public service delivery. Read More:
The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the economy with GDP at an all-time low of -10.08% and the productivity of the civil service affected by the lock downs and challenges posed by the pandemic restrictions. Read More:
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. Read More: