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Four Helicopters of Indian Army arrived this morning from Siliguri, with the assistance of Royal Bhutan Army to conduct a casualty evacuation mission (CASEVAC) from Wachey, Lunana,

With the assistance of Royal Bhutan Army, four Helicopters of Indian Army arrived this morning from Siliguri, to conduct a casualty evacuation mission (CASEVAC) from Wachey, Lunana. The helicopters arrived in Paro at 7:37 AM and after a brief meeting with our officials, the evacuation mission was finalized and commenced from Paro at 9:16 AM. The helicopters conducting the rescue …

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TVET to offer skills required
for the nation building

โ€ฆ . Sonam DekiRobust Technical and Vocational Education Training (TVET) systems are frequently viewed as the answer for the nationโ€™s unemployment issues as well as for economic development. On February 17, the fourth convocation for graduates of technical and Zorig Chusum Institutes from the 2016โ€“2020 academic years was conducted. Just 516 of the more than 2000 graduates from TVET in …

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An interview with Karma Jerry

Meet Karma Jerry – a young, dynamic force to be reckoned with in the Bhutanese film industry. With a mere few years under his belt, Jerry has cemented his place as a well-known choreographer and film director, delivering hit movies and expertly choreographed song sequences time and time again. His exceptional talent and dedication have earned him numerous national awards, …

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RUBโ€™s decreasing enrolment in arts stream stews students, teachers

โ€ฆthe employment of the arts teacher might also be eliminated if the number of pupils studying the arts declines, says the concern arts teacher By Sonam DekiThimphu With the Royal University of Bhutanโ€™s (RUB) initiative aimed at reducing enrollment in the arts stream, courses within the stream may be left unfilled by students from 2023 onwards, potentially resulting in the …

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Pass percentage increases by 1.36 percent compared to last year

Phurpa WangmoOn January 6, 2023, the Bhutan Council for School Examinations and Assessment announced the results for Class X. The overall pass percentage is 71.58%, which is a 1.46% improvement over last yearโ€™s 70.12%. The pass percentage has been calculated based on the number of candidates who passed in Dzongkha, English and three other subjects. Sonam Pema achieved the top …

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