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Driving Test at Gedu on 9th March 2017

Gedu Base Transport Office, under Chukha Dzongkhag, RSTA will be conducting driving test on March 9, 2017. All interested individuals wishing to appear for the driving test may register with the Base Office, Gedu during office hours.

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Vacancy Announcement

The Human Resource Division, Ministry of Information and Communications is pleased to announce the Vacancies for the following positions:

SL#Position TitlePosition LevelSlotsMinimum Qualification RequiredPlace of PostingRemarks
1Communication Asst.S2 A1Class XII with Diploma in
Electrical Engineering/
Communication
Department of Airport, ParoRegular ( Submit the document to HRD, MOIC)
2Motor Vehicle Inspector-IS3 A2Class XII with NC3Base Office, Samtse Regional Office, Phuentsholing,

RSTA.
Regular ( Submit the document at Regional Office, Phuentsholing)

Interested Bhutanese citizens who meet the eligibility criteria may apply. For the eligibility criteria, please refer Chapter 4 of the Recruitment, Selection Appointment Rules and Regulation, BCSR 2012.

For the post of MVI  should submit the application along with the following documents at  Regional Office, RSTA, Phuentsholing, on or before 15th February 2017.

For the post of Communication Assistant should submit the application along with the following documents at  HRD Office MOIC, on or before 15th February 2017.

  1.  Duly filled RCSC Employment Application Form
  2. Academic Transcript/Training Certificate
  3. A Copy of Citizenship ID Card
  4. Valid Security Clearance Certificate
  5. Valid Medical Certificate
  6. No objection Certificate from the Working Agency (if employed)
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First Birth Anniversary of His Royal Highness the Gyalsey

On the auspicious and happy occasion of the first birth anniversary of His Royal Highness the Gyalsey Jigme Namgyal Wangchuck, The Road Safety and Transport Authority offers our sincere prayers and best wishes for good health and perpetual happiness to the Druk Gyalpo, the Gyaltsuen, the Gyalsey and the people of Bhutan.

we dedicate this occasion to the serve the Tsawasum with outmost dedication.

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Inviting Public Views/Inputs for Amendment of the Road Safety and Transport Act 1999

The amendment of the Road Safety and Transport Act 1999 has commenced. The RSTA, MOIC would like to invite inputs and comments from all on the Act and also the Regulations. Both documents can be downloaded or viewed from the websites of the Ministry of Information and Communications and the RSTA. Inputs and comments can be shared to us via:

1. email to head@rsta.gov.bt, kpemba@rsta.gov.bt, sdorji@moic.gov.bt, sonamd@moic.gov.bt

2. feedback and suggestion column/forum of RSTA website at the footer

3. RSTA  facebook page at www.facebook.com/rstauser and twitter @rstabhutan

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Outgoing Director General Officially Handed Over Official Charges Today to Mr. Karma Pemba, Offtg. Director General

Dasho Lham Dorji, the outgoing Director General of RSTA officially handed over the charge of the Department to Mr. Karma Pemba, the Offtg. Director General on January 12, 2017. During the handing/taking ceremony, Dasho expressed his gratitude to the family of RSTA for working cooperatively with him and bringing RSTA thus far. Further, Dasho expressed his wish for the successful furtherance of the Authority.

A farewell dinner was also hosted last night to the outgoing Director General to express respect and gratitude  for all the initiatives, guidance  and support rendered to RSTA family.

The entire family of RSTA prays for happy and peaceful life of Dasho.



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Weather forecast: Possibility of light Rain and Snow fall over the western, central, and northern Bhutan soon.

The weather forecasting center with the National Center for Hydrology and Meteorology forecasts possibility of light rain/snow over the western, central, and northern Bhutan in next 72 hours. The press release also says high altitude areas about 3500 metres above the sea level likely to receive light to moderate snowfall. In this regard, RSTA requests all the travelers to avoid driving in the late nights and early morning. All are cautioned to be care full of black spot, wet areas and the most important one, please drive slow. Drive safe and be safe.

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