To address the issue of teacher shortage in schools under Thimphu Thromde, about 70 national contract teachers will be recruited in the coming months.

Bhutan has always had a shortage of teachers. The situation may be improving, but the improvement is nowhere near satisfactory. There is still a shortage of 400 teachers, which is a lot. This shortage is having a serious impact on the quality of education in Bhutan.

One of the biggest problems caused by the teacher shortage is that classes are often overcrowded. This means that teachers have less time to spend with each student, which can lead to students falling behind. In addition, overcrowded classes can be disruptive and make it difficult for students to learn.

Another problem caused by the teacher shortage is that schools are often forced to use contract teachers. Contract teachers are not as qualified as regular teachers, and they often do not have the same experience. This can lead to a decline in the quality of education.

The government is aware of the teacher shortage problem, and steps to address it are going carried out. However, more needs to be done. The government needs to increase the number of teachers being trained, and they need to make it more attractive for teachers to work in rural areas.

The teacher shortage is a serious problem that needs to be addressed. The government, teachers, and parents all need to work together to find solutions. The future of education in Bhutan depends on it.

Here are some specific suggestions for how to address the teacher shortage in Bhutan: Increase the number of teacher training programs; offer financial incentives for teachers to work in rural areas; improve the working conditions for teachers; make teaching a more respected profession.

By taking these steps, we can ensure that all students in Bhutan have access to a quality education.