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We take this opportunity to express our deepest gratitude to all the consultants, contractors, specialist vendors, and all those agencies who have been involved with this project for their support and cooperation. Whichever way it de- cides, parents and teach- ers say that it would not do justice to students but some teachers have al- ready started informing students to start preparing for the paper. Others learnt through the media.

Trashitse HSS prin- cipal, Ugyen, said if they redo the exam, it might not be fair to his students. He said that 98 per- cent of his students come from far-flung places and mostly from humble fami- lies. The incident is suspected to have started from a makeshift heating facility- a tin, used by the family to warm their house.

His holiness the Je khenpo launched the report, a result of nationwide consultation and re- search by Education Ministry, on December 26 at Punakha dzong, which Lyonchhoen Tshering To- bgay released on December The other main findings were to improve science, technology, engineering and mathematics subjects given the country need for such professionals. The blueprint report has iden- tified eight shifts and 40 game changing initiatives that are to be rolled out in the next 10 years, to improve student learning out- comes and overall development.

The eight shifts include - en- sure access and equity to edu- cation, revamp curriculum and assessment to enhance student learning, Pg. Inconvenience caused is regretted. Schools officially close from December 18 each year for their annual vacation. Teachers said gathering chil- dren for a re-exam would be difficult. He is worried if a decision to re-conduct the examina- tion is taken. Teachers and parents said it would be fair to those stu- dents who will have to leave their temporary jobs and head for the examination.

Meanwhile, some parents insist that it was not worth re- doing the examination. Others argue that no reex- amination means accepting cheating, which defeats the purpose of conducting it.

The Council took a little more than a week to complete its investigation and confirm that the paper had been leaked.

While some students got the questions the night before, some learnt about it a few hours before they ap- peared the paper. The Council tracked up to 50 students who had received portions of the question paper. The questions were leaked from a school in Paro through short message service From Pg.

Ensuring high-performing schoolsandschoolleaders,lev- erageICTforlearning,enhance valueseducationandwellbeing and system transformations, deliverycapabilitiesandcapac- ity were other shifts. The emerging challenges, the report stated were achiev- ingaccesstoeducation,quality, equity and system efficiency.

The report states that al- though the education system has produced the current work force in the country, the main challenge facing the education sector was on how to increase the proportion of students achievingtheexpectedlearning outcomesspecifiedfordifferent stages of school education. It also recommended to re- view selection process for prin- cipals and to give autonomous status to more schools, as well astoreviseteacherpaypackage and retain qualified and high performing teachers. Meanwhile, Lyonchhoen Tshering Tobgay expressed concerns on the school-feed- ing program and nutrition related issues reported across the boarding schools.

He urged participantsattheconferenceto focus and prioritise the feeding program. The re-exam conundrum SMS among students. Some teachers assigned for evaluation hesitated on whether they should report to Phuentsholing or not. They also called each other to check if the evaluation still continues after the confirma- tion. BCSEA secretary Kinga Dakpa said that all planned activities like the evaluation would continue until the Council board makes a deci- sion. The suspect, a trainee at the Nyenjor institute of Technical skills and human value, allegedly in a drunken state took a ride in the taxi to Pemathang between 5.

Pemathang is about 5km from Gelephu town. While getting off the taxi, he claimed to not have money to pay the fare, fol- lowing which a quarrel en- sued with the driver. In the heat of moment, he struck the year driver on the head with a stone, which sources said was crushed on impact.

Another trainee of the institute saw the body and reported to Police. They also saw him leave in the taxi. The suspect was arrested on the same night from Pel- rithang, where he was stay- ing with a relative. Police said he would be charged for involuntary manslaughter. The commit- tee also stated that his action violated Bhutan Civil Service Rules The high court, however, ruled that NLC and labour ministry did not have the authority to convict an indi- vidual.

The committee accused him of doing double transac- tion for a decimal land in Chang gewog bought by an individual from former Chang gup, Kanjur in The labour ministry is- sued his compulsory retire- ment order on August 24, and NLC issued the order on August 28 when the case was still under trial.

Ugyen Dorji appealed to the court to investigate whether he alone should be held accountable for a lapse that occurred about eight years back. He also submit- ted that the NLC human re- source committee only took some verbal statement from him, but never questioned him.

The court verdict also stated that, if a civil servant committed a crime, or was involved in corrupt activ- ity, the concerned agency should report it to police and Anti-Corruption Com- mission, which would then forward the case to court. But that is good. We need different opinions, if not debate on important issues, including the thromde issue. By , there will be 20 thrompons, thromde thuemis representatives and 20 yenlag throm thuemis. The law says it and we will have them under the recently amended Local Govern- ment Act.

The Election Commission is of the view that it is now or never. This is good. If having local governments in place, especially the thromde tshogde can ensure balanced regional development and improve the lives and opportunities of people outside Thimphu and Phuentsholing, it is high time, if not late. The Local Government Act empowers, rather mandates, the dzongkhag tshogde to promote balanced socio- economic development, planned growth of a town by preparing urban development plan among a host of other responsibilities.

Towns outside the capital and a few dzongkhags are suffering from lack of planning although each dzongkhag has a municipal body today. Residents want them to develop like other towns because then opportunities would follow.

A good example is the value of the land in the town and in its vicinity. But at the moment, there seems to be a lot of questions than answers. The main issue here is that will having 20 thrompons and elected repre- sentatives in the next two years serve public inter- est?

The joke going around is that the job market would improve by as it ensures at least 20 well paid jobs, as thrompons, and more than other posts for school dropouts.

The serious question is are we biting more than we can chew? Electing about people is not only expensive, but it is going to cost the government by millions every month. We have strong election ma- chinery in place led by the Election Commission of Bhutan and we will somehow manage the election. The question is why the rush. And this arises from that fact that some of the dzongkhag thromdes will be idle after having a tshogde in place.

Places like Gasa, Lhuentse and Dagana do not have a proper town in place. Towns are not developing because there are no economic activity or money with the government to develop them.

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Bhutanese calendar Every beginning of a year, Kuensel, or national I have collected Kuensel calendar from years to and verified. National Newspaper of Bhutan. December 26, 0. Lyonchhen said it was a cslendar visit and that his delegation returned with the expected outcomes.

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