May 11, 2016|News

Eighth Session of South Asian Climate Outlook Forum (SASCOF-8) Colombo, Sri Lanka, 25-26 April 2016

 

 Above-normal rainfall is likely during the 2016 southwest monsoon season(June – September) over much of South Asia. Above-normal rainfall is likely over broad areas of central and western parts of South Asia. Below-normal rainfall is most likely over eastern parts of the region and the southeastern part of the peninsula. Normal rainfall is likely over the remaining areas.
This consensus outlook for the 2016 southwest monsoon rainfall over South Asia has been developed through an expert assessment of the prevailing global climate conditions and for

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May 11, 2016|News

Bhutan delegation on NVE Twitter/intranett

 

Director General Sonam P. Wangdi and his delegation meets Mr. Per Sanderud, Director General of Norwegian Directorate of Energy and Water Resources (NVE) at Oslo, Norway.

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May 09, 2016|News

small businesses to boost productivity through bookkeeping

 

Ask any small business in Bhutan for their book of accounts and chances are they don’t maintain any! It is obvious that an overwhelming majority of small businesses do not maintain any books and are owned and managed by people with little or no knowledge in doing that.

To most of them, bookkeeping appears like a waste of time without even realizing that it is a critical factor that can either make or break their business. If the business is to sustain and grow to a bigger business, they need to realize that bookkeeping has to be taken seriously. The adage “behind

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May 06, 2016|News

World Intellectual Property Day

 

The Intellectual Property Division (IPD) celebrated the World Intellectual Property Day on April 26, 2016 with the theme “Digital Creativity-Culture Reimagined”. The event was celebrated in collaboration with the stakeholders from the digital creativity sector viz. Animations, Films and Music at Hotel Migmar and with the teachers and students of Dechencholing Higher Secondary School, simultaneousl

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Apr 27, 2016|News

GAKYED GATEON - Festival of Happiness

 

 Decentralized Hands-On Program Exhibition or D-HOPE in short, is a cottage industry development model that has its origins in Japan. Unlike the regular exhibition which is organized at a fixed location over a short period of time, the decentralized version occurs at the entrepreneurs’ work-sites and is called a festival because it occurs over a much longer period of time. The Program Providers (entrepreneurs) continue to do their regular chores and offer their program to the customers only at certain time in a day or only on certain days in a week –entirely decided by them

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