1. The Overseas Employment Unit, Department of Employment deploys 63 job-seekers to United Arab Emirates to work in M.H Alshaya Company as Sales Associates. The particular group is the second batch group trained at the Global Retail Academy in Thimphu for a duration of two weeks. United Arab Emirates

2. The Overseas Employment Unit, Department of Employment sends 9 Bhutanese job-seekers to Japan. They will be working in the field of road construction, auto-mechanic and soil investigation.

Japan 2

3. The Overseas Employment Unit conducted the written examination for the shortlisted candidates to work as teachers in Office of Vocational Education Commission in Thailand. The exam was conducted at the Royal Institute of Management, Semtokha. Thai exam


Two-day workshop on G2C online Services review concludes


Two-day workshop on G2C online Services review concludes today in Phuentsholing. The workshop was organized jointly by MoLHR and G2C with the objectives to enhance and educate the beneficiaries of the G2C Services under MoLHR. Both employers and jobseekers participated the workshop. Similar workshop will be held in Samdrup Jongkhar on 2nd & 3rd of October, 2015.


During his opening remarks, Lyonpo said that Tourism industry is and will continue to be one of the main economic backbone of Bhutan. The industry has been a major source of employment. Tourism sector contributes significantly to economic growth, revenue and employment. Lastly, Lyonpo ended his remarks, saying “May Bhutan- India Tourism Initiative flourishes.” 
The Tourism was started in the year 1974 coinciding with the coronation of His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo.
The two-day event will end tomorrow.

8th September 2015


46 Youth graduated in Front Office and House Keeping from Bhutan International School for Hospitality and Tourism (BISHT). The training was supported by the Ministry of Labour and Human Resources under Youth and Employment  Skills (YES) Program.