Following the press release dated February 22, 2022 from the National Covid-19 Task Force, the RCSC Secretariat immediately activated the Work-from-Home (WFH) protocols for RCSC Services. Read More:

ServE, a web-based tool to gather citizen feedback for better public service delivery

The Service Evaluation Tool, a web-based tool to collect feedback from the citizens on services provided by the government, went live today coinciding with the birth anniversary of His Majesty the King. Read More:

Press Release on the Project for Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS) funded by the Government of Japan

The Project for Human Resource Development Scholarship  (JDS) for Bhutan was launched in 2018 by the Royal Government of Bhutan with the support from the Government of Japan. It has been identified as one of the areas of support in developing the human resource capacity in Bhutan from 2018 to 2022. Read More:

Press Release on King’s Scholarships

As a part of the Civil Service Reforms (CSR), Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC) is identifying talent pool for leadership in civil service from a very young age and grooming them strategically. Read More:

Press Release on the Outcome of Leadership Assessment Exercise.

The Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC), in January 2022, completed its assessments of 62 executives at the
Secretary and Director-General position levels. The RCSC has started with the civil service leadership, because
it is our leaders who drive results and exemplify accountability in our organisations. Read More: