A special ‘labour camp’

The labour ministry’s initiative to organise vocational education camp in winter deserves fulsome praise.  It is a great initiative, particularly at a time when thousands of our young people are not in school and whiling away their time doing things that are not productive. At the first winter camp in Trashigang last week, students said […]

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