This is to inform the general public that M/S Lama Youth Overseas Employment Private Limited (Bhutanese Overseas Employment Agent based in Thimphu, JoJo’s Building) is terminated from regular operation with immediate effect for breaching the Regulation on Bhutanese Overseas Employment Agent. Henceforth, the Agent is not permitted to select, recruit and deploy jobseekers including those job vacancies approved earlier.
Therefore, all concerned jobseekers are asked to refrain from using the services of the Agent immediately.
Hon’ble Secretary, Sonam Wangchuk, Ministry of Labour and Human Resources awarded cash prizes with certificates of merit to the winners, certificate of competency for those competitors securing 60 percent marks & above and certificate of participation for those participants securing less than 60 percent and assessors during the certificate award ceremony held on 30th November, 2016 at TTI-Khuruthang.
Honorable Minister, Ngeema Sangay Tshempo graced the opening ceremony of the 13th Skills Competition at Technical Training Institute – Khuruthang, Punakha on 27th November, 2016.
This is for the kind information of the general public that the Department of Employment under Ministry of Labour and Human Resources will be conducting the National Labour Force Survey 2016 from 23rd November till 22nd December, 2016 in all 20 dzongkhags.
In this regard, the Ministry would like to request the public to kindly cooperate with the survey team.
Therapeutic training for the persons with disabilities and single parents of disabled children was initiated today at Jigme Dorji Wangchuck National Referral Hospital (JDWNRH), Thimphu.
Hon’ble Lyonpo, Ngeema Sangay Tshempo meets with trainees undergoing Yigpar (traditional printing), 4-D wood carving, hospitality and animation training under Youth Employment Skills (YES) and Skills for Employment and Entrepreneur Development (SEED) program conducted by Human Resource Development Division, DHR.
A total of 639 has been trained under SEED and 1128 under YES. Both the programs are geared towards providing short-term vocational skills to young job-seekers.