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Hon’ble Minister, MoLHR signed the Performance Agreement for the fiscal year 2015-16 with the Secretary and also witnessed the signing of the Performance Agreements between the Secretary and Directors of the Ministry and Secretariat on August 21, 2015 at MoLHR office. During the signing, Hon’ble Lyonpo assured the full support of the Government in fulfilling the objectives and targets of the Ministry and Departments. Hon’ble Lyonpo mentioned that the roles of department of Employment and Human Resources are critical in achieving the Ministry’s objectives and targets. The signing of performance agreement will further be cascaded down to division, units, sections and to an individuals
University Graduates registered (Online) for the National Graduates Orientation Programme (NGOP) 2015 are requested to report to Ministry of Labour and Human Resources for document verification as per the registration number on following dates. Continue reading…
The six-day In-country training programme, which ended yesterday, was aimed to build the capacity of Private training institutes so that they can develop a quality curriculum by themselves based on the need of labour market.
The training was implemented based on which the industries and employers should ensure employees or vocational graduates to perform their job in workplace to the standard specified with desired skills, knowledge and attitude required by them. The training was organized by Training and Professional Services Division (TPSD) under the Department of Human Resources.
Kinley Wangdi, Director, Department of Human Resources awarded the certificates and in his address to the participants said, “National Competency Standard is the destination and curriculum is the journey that will lead to that destination. Curriculum developers are the road towards that journey and destination.”