Labour market faces quality challenges

The 2024 Bhutan Labor Market Assessment Report by the World Bank’s Social Protection and Jobs Global Practice sheds light on the prevalence of poor-quality employment in Bhutan, attributing it to various labour market challenges.

iBEST launches innovative “Educare Skill” platform

iBEST Institute is set to launch “Educare Skill,” the pioneering online...

RBP accountant misuses Nu 5.8 million funds

According to the annual audit report, covering the period from July...

Educare Skill: Children’s stories in Bhutanese contexts

In a world filled with Jataka and Panchatantra tales, when was...

Bhutanverse launches on Sandbox platform

In celebration of the 44th Anniversary of His Majesty the King,...

Bhutan advances support for children with disabilities

Amid Bhutan’s ongoing endeavours to enhance support for children with disabilities,...

Youth open up to share mental health issues

Tshewang Rinzin, 21, volunteers at the scout division. He loves engaging...

Fewer tourists at tshechu as govt. works on tourism boom

Punakha — The Punakha Tshechu began yesterday, immediately following the end...

Vehicle import moratorium extended until August

In a bid to address the nation’s current foreign reserve situation,...

Bhutan secures USD 10M funding for agriculture

Bhutan along with 14 countries in the Asia and the Pacific...

Women lag behind in financial literacy

Gender and regional disparities exist in financial literacy, with adult females...

Arun Bhattarai’s ‘Mountain Man’ shows Oscars promise

Bhutanese filmmaker Arun Bhattarai’s documentary film, Mountain Man, has made it...

A new ground for inclusive cricket

The long-awaited dream of cricketers and their fans in the country...

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