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National Graduates Orientation Program 2016

This is to inform all the University Graduates that the National Graduates Orientation Program (NGOP) 2016 is scheduled from 13th – 20th August, 2016 in Thimphu. The participation in NGOP is voluntary and therefore only interested graduates may register online with the MoLHR from 19th July – 29th July, 2016. The NGOP is not for in-service graduates.

As in past years the Ministry will start the verification of documents in batches and the date, time and venue will be informed later individually through SMS. For further information and online registration, please visit www.molhr.gov.bt/ugraduate or you may contact Mr. Tandin Dorji (326732) / Ms. Tshering Pem (333867, ext: 720) during office hours.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Be a fresh university graduate and not in-service;
  • Must produce degree certificate and original mark sheets;
  • Those who are not able to produce degree certificate must produce mark sheets of all the semesters attended with pass grade;
  • If not able to produce original mark sheets for the last semester or for back papers, online/fax copy of the same will be accepted. However, certificate will be awarded only on production of original mark sheets; and
  • Provisional certificate will be accepted only if it says the person concerned has passed all the semesters and that the person is waiting for the degree certificate.
  • Original Citizenship Identity Card


Last farewell in an honour of Dasho Pema Wangda by officials of MoLHR

The family of Ministry of Labour and Human Resources gathered to bid farewell to the famously known “Apa Wangda”, who leaves the civil service today after 34 years of dedicated service to the Tsa Wa Sum.

Dasho Pema Wangda who is from Pemagatshel joined the civil service of Bhutan in 1982, as a Trainee Officer in the Royal Civil Service Commission and had worked in the Commission for 18 years. Later he was transferred from the RCSC in 2000 to start the National Employment Board which grew into what today is known as the Ministry of Labour and Human Resources.


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