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In recognition of their exemplary service to the nation in the field of education, His Majesty The King awarded 50 educators with the National Order of Merit yesterday.

50 educators recognized

In recognition of their exemplary service to the nation in the field of education, His Majesty The King awarded 50 educators with the National Order of Merit yesterday.

The National Order of Merit, Gold was awarded to six educators from the Ministry of Education, Royal University of Bhutan, and the Royal Institute of Management, in recognition of their exemplary service to the nation in the field of education for excellence in leadership and management.

Twenty-two teachers were awarded the National Order of Merit, Silver, in recognition of their exemplary service to the nation in the field of education for excellence in teaching.

The National Order of Merit, Bronze, was awarded to 22 teachers in recognition of their exemplary service to the nation in the field of education for their dedicated long tenure and service in remote and difficult areas.

Educators have been repeatedly recognized during every National Day celebrations– this reflects the immense importance we attach to the future of our country, His Majesty The King said.

“We cannot afford to be complacent because Bhutan enjoys peace and happiness today, but instead work with a concerted effort to consolidate the future of our country. This future will be determined by the capabilities of our youth. Our national priority is to nurture our youth, and ensure that they receive an education that will enable them to build an even better future for Bhutan,” His Majesty said. “For this reason, teachers will continue to receive the encouragement to keep working hard, to adequately prepare the future generations to shoulder their future responsibilities.”

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