• eNews December 2019

    First-ever Youth Summit Held in Eastern Bhutan  First-ever Youth Summit Held in Eastern Bhutan.  Sherubtse College, Kanglung, Trashigang, 14 December 2019: The first-ever Youth Summit in the East “Change...

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  • November eNews

    Paro Schools Complete Local Actions Projects Students identify issues and solutions in the community. Paro, 12 November 2019: Just one day before the final exams, student mappers gathered to...

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  • Suja Dzow Conversation Over Tourism in Bhutan Stakeholders talk about tourism in Bhutan at national and policy levels. Changangkha, Thimphu, 28 October 2019: The Druk Journal’s Suja Dzow Conversation on “Tourism in...

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  • September eNews

    Student Mappers to Implement Six Projects Students Present their Local Action Projects in the 2nd Townhall Meeting. Shomu, Lamgong, Paro, Bhutan: The grade 9 student looked nervous as he...

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  • August e-News

    Teachers Prepare to Make an Impact in Communities Teachers present their findings from the Community Mapping. Speaking at the closing of Community Mapping Workshop on 9 August, Education secretary...

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  • July e-News Letter

    Youth Learn to Bring Changes Students learn how to start change at an individual level. Students from 23 schools across Bhutan presented six proposals for action at the end...

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  • e-News Letter June

    Paro Town Launch Campaign Paro College of Education students performs a reflective skit on harms of unguided development. Residents, local leaders, and  Paro Dzongkhag (District Administration) came together to...

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  • May e-NewsLetter

    The Druk Journal on Education is Out The 9th issue of The Druk Journal “Educating Bhutan – Nurturing a Society that Learns to Learn”, has been published and is...

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  • April e-News

    Photography Is a Language Without Words Hearing impaired students who learn better through visuals tries photography. The recent NatGeo Photography Camp in Thimphu and Punakha continues and travels to...

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  • e-News March

    Seminar Generates Interests in Students Students interact with RMA Deputy Governor Yangchen Tshogyel after the seminar at GCBS. Students of Gedu College of Business Studies (GCBS) submitted access to...

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