Bhutan sees marked drop in unemployment rates, particularly among youth and TVET graduate

The overall unemployment rate in the country dropped by about 2.4 percent in 2023, according to a report released by the Department of Workforce Planning and Skills Development (DoWPSD), Ministry of Education and Skills Development (MoESD).

RCSC plans to revamp work culture amid surge in civil servant resignations

The Royal Civil Service Commission (RCSC) has been challenged with a...

BCTA enforces stricter regulations on vehicle advertisements

Bhutan Construction and Transport Authority (BCTA) has started taking actions against...

Govt. aims to maintain fiscal deficit at 3 percent of GDP in 13th Plan: FM

The government is looking to maintain an average fiscal deficit within...

Nu 15 billion ESP success hinges on policy changes

For the success of Bhutan’s Nu 15 billion economic stimulus programme...

Economy to see 4.4% growth this year: ADB

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has projected that Bhutan’s economy would...

Three drungkhags without drungpas

Could the non-appointment of Drungpas in three of the 15 drungkhags...

National debt to rise by 10.5 percent this FY

Bhutan’s national debt is expected to surge by 10.5 percent because...

“I am not a doctor, but people think I am”: Ugyen Wangchuk

Gelephu—In light of recent allegations of unauthorised medical practice across the...

Gender disparity challenges agriculture sector in Bhutan

Lack of representation in decision-making, inadequacy in rural women-centric schemes worsened...

Saturday off or on? Survey initiated to study feasibility

The School Monitoring Division (EMD) of the education and skill development...

From bus driver to top doctor: Rise of Ugyen Wangchuk’s medical empire

A bus driver, who quit school and later became a gup,...

CSOs and parents call for inclusive environment for autistic individuals

Families and civil society groups convened at Kaja Throm to mark...

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