The Royal University of Bhutan in collaboration with the French Institute in India affiliated to the French Embassy in Delhi is offering an Adult beginners course (level 2) on French Language & Culture from 1st to 31stDecember 2020. A qualified native French teacher appointed by the French Institute will teach the classes.
The Department of Research and External Relations in collaboration with international institutions is organizing a series of a science dialogue on Bhutan Himalayan Climate Studies.
To commemorate the Joyous occasion of the 65th Birth Anniversary of the 4th Druk Gyalpo, the Department of Research and External Relations, Royal University of Bhutan organised an event to launch a website and an e-Book on 11th November 2020.
The Department of Research and External Relation, Royal University of Bhutan, is launching a website titled “Bhutan Himalayan Climate Studies” on 11th November 2020 in dedication to His Majesty the 4th Druk Gyalpo for his dynamic leadership. The portal is established with the aim to create a hub for interactions between climate researchers, government decision-makers and operational staff, thereby bridging the gap between climate adaptation research, policy and operations.
The Academic Board and Executive Forum Meetings of the Royal University of Bhutan have 3 scheduled meetings each year commencing at different colleges of the University. The meetings are usually held for 3 days.
Paro College of Education (PCE) celebrated its Foundation Day with Dr Lotay Tshering, the Prime Minister of Bhutan on 4th November 2019. PCE turned 44 years old this year.
One of the perks of being a member of the Dangsel Media Club at the College of Language and Culture Studies (CLCS) is getting opportunities to attend various basic multimedia training.
To keep up with the information age, one needs to be aware and understand how to use online tools that are available, such as Google. Google, one of the most popular search engine provides various free tools and resources that we can use for free for different purposes.
It’s a good news for the students of the Royal University of Bhutan and for Bhutanese students in general. The Academic Board of the Edith Cowan University, Perth, in Australia, approved the changes in the entry requirements for the Masters Programme.
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