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Cabinet approves 50 percent raise in school stipend 

The Cabinet on January 14 approved 50 percent raise in school stipend to Nu 1,500 from Nu 1,000 per child for three meals for boarders. This means each student would get Nu 17 for a meal. 

The education ministry gives 60 percent of the stipend to Food Corporation of Bhutan for non-perishable items and 40 percent to the schools for perishable items.


NC conducts first public hearing on TVET 

Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) revamping works are underway and would cover most of the recommendations on TVET the National Council passed last year, labour officials said.  

The Special Committee of NC for TVET asked the Ministry of Labour and Human Resources on the implementation status of TVET recommendations it submitted during its first public hearing yesterday. 


Private schools to raise teacher salary

Teachers of private higher secondary schools can expect an increase in their monthly salary beginning this academic session. 

The Private Schools Association of Bhutan (PSAB) consisting of 21 private schools have come to a consensus to increase the salary of teachers following the revision of government scholarship fee to Nu 40,000 for day scholars and Nu 70,000 for boarders.