On a week-long program, delegates from Royal Project Foundation, Thailand visited the Centre at Haa and Harachhu. The visit was to primarily provide technical assessment of existing rearing facility and infrastructure for the development and up scaling of sturgeon farming in the country.

The Centre has successfully conducted the annual office rimdro. It was presided over by the venerable Lam Neten of Haa Dratshang. The rimdro was basically performed for spiritual welfare of the staffs, the organization and well-being of all sentient beings.

SL No. Position title Position Level Slots Contract duration Place of posting 1 Civil Engineer P4A 1 Five months The National Research and Development Centre for Riverine & Lake Fisheries (NRDCR&LF), Haa  Therefore, interested candidates within the age bracket of 18 to 45 holding a bachelor’s in civil Engineer with a minimum of five years […]

The Hon’ble Secretary of MOAF, accompanied by official delegates from the Bhutan for Life (BFL) visited the National Research and Development Centre for Riverine and Lake Fisheries on 1 November 2022. Dasho and the delegates was given a brief tour around the farm while also discussing updates and way forward for the sturgeon facility at […]

The Ministry of Agriculture and Forests would like to announce the following vacancy to be appointed on consolidated contract w.e.f 1st December 2022. SL No. Position title Position Level Slots Contract duration Place of posting 1 Civil Engineer P4A 1 Five months  The National Research and Development Centre for Riverine & Lake Fisheries (NRDCR&LF), Haa  Therefore, […]

The annual Rig-sum Goenpa Soelkha was conducted at the NRDCRLF on 22 October 2022 for the spiritual welfare of the staff as well as the sentient beings. Coinciding with the Soelkha, a simple Khadar ceremony was organized to mark the promotion of two staff: Mr. Deo Kumar Gurung (now: Principal Livestock Officer) and Mr. Thinley […]

Dasho Sonam Topgay, the Chief Election Commissioner of Bhutan accompanied by a team of officials visited the National Research and Development Centre for Riverine and Lake Fisheries on 26 September 2022. The officials were given a tour of the farm and research facilities, during which, they also interacted with the staff.

In-house training was carried out on the use and deployment of data loggers at MCFMC, Harachhu, Wangdue, on 26 September 2022. Data loggers will be deployed in the field to measure and record water quality data over the course of one year. This is being done as part of the long-term water quality assessment for […]

A coordination meeting was held on 26 September 2022 via Google Meet to discuss work plans pertaining to the implementation of community-based capture fisheries-related activities for the FY 2022-23. The meeting was attended by seven member officials from three district livestock sectors. The Fishery Resource Management Unit under NRDCRLF coordinated the meeting.