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Samtse • Education, Recherche Educationnelle
It was founded in 1968 as the Teacher Training Institute by King Jigme Dorji Wangchuk, the third king of Bhutan. It was renamed in 1983 to National Institute of Education, and was changed to Samtse College of Education in 2003 when it became part of the Royal University of Bhutan.
The current Director (2008–) is Kaylzang Tshering.
Phuentsholing • Ingénierie Civile, Construction • Electricité, Electronique • Communication • Architecture • Film, Radio, Télévision
The college provides adequate extra curricular activities for the students to free their minds. One of the club, CST Kuenphen Tshogpa has gained quite a popularity over the years. The club dedicates itself into serving the needy communities with donated or mass collected items. Once a year, members travel to a remote school to help them with clothes, blankets, etc. The other clubs include CST Nature Club who dedicates its member into preserving the nature and creating mass awareness of the nature's value. CST Nyendrom Dang Lokzey Deykhang (CST NDLD) is a new brewing club aiming to provide radio service and electronics repairing shop in the campus. This club organize the Foundation day of college by creating event like fete day. Fete day give students a refreshing moments after exhausted time in studying. Another club named CST Nangpay Zhenu (The Young Buddhist) was active club. The members performs daily morning prayer (Rewo Sang choe) and coordinate the evening prayer as well. Moreover the religious activities are carried out by this club.
The most popularly played sports are soccer (football) and basketball. The college football ground is seldom left free. The students are known for their cooperation where all wear a uniform dress and cheer for their team in tournaments. The students also participate themselves in other sports like badminton and table tennis.
All the students and most lecturers reside within the campus. Daily meals are regulated by the student body itself. There are in total 6 buildings for students and several more for the lecturers all connected by a road which runs till the Academic Buildings.
Thimphu • Ressources Humaines, Travail Social • Sciences des Services de Santé • Médecine, Général, Interne
The campus is located in an area of 25 acres of land in Ngabiphu, a rural area near the national capital of Thimphu.
Etudes culturelles • Agriculture, Pêche, Alimentaire • Sylviculture
It was born as the Natural Resources Training Institute (NRTI) in 1992 under the Ministry of Agriculture. The NRTI joined the Royal University of Bhutan (RUB) in 2003 as a founding member college, and was named thereafter as the College of Natural Resources. As NRTI, the institute awarded Diploma courses in the field of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, and Forest for the mid-level extension workers of the Ministry of Agriculture. As a College of Natural Resources, CNR continues to offer Diploma courses and has started to offer Bachelor of Science in the field of Agriculture, Animal Science, and Forestry in 2010. CNR has also started to offer Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Development since 2012.
Langues, Philologies, Etudes Linguistiques • Communication • Littérature
In its present location, the total student strength is over a thousand with more than fifty faculty members. The primary task of ILCS is to preserve and promote Dzongkha, the national language of Bhutan.
Paro • Education, Recherche Educationnelle • Banque, Assurance • Management
IT began as a teacher's training center for pre-school care, which was formally inaugurated on 4 November 1975, with 15 trainess and a demonstration school at the Rinpung Campus.
The new Teachers' training Center academic campus at Nangkha was inaugurated by Her Majesty the Queen Ashi Dorji Wangmo Wangchuk on 18 November 1999. In July 2000, the royal government approved the change of its nomenclature to the National Institute of Education because of its added responsibility for school curriculum and the creation of research center.
The college observes its Foundation Day on 4 November, to commemorate its initial inauguration in 1975.