22 Feb 2013 | Sangay Phuntsho | COMMENTS 0
What demoralises our teachers?
One course vacancy that remains vacant every year despite many eligible graduates is PGDE
15 Feb 2013 | Netra Sharma | COMMENTS 0
Education or employment: the challenges of tertiary education in 21st century
Education began with a humble goal to open the eyes of humans to the world of refinement and sensibilities. What better roles than these could there be for a pursuit as noble as education.
01 Feb 2013 | COMMENTS 0
Of ages and performance of companies
Fast-moving economies in the world have studied the phenomenon of ageing of the organisations with passage of time.
25 Jan 2013 | COMMENTS 0
Quality Construction: case of motor roads in Bhutan – Some lay observations
Quality has been very much talked about and emphasised in any forum.
21 Jan 2013 | COMMENTS 0
Once again about the income gap
Development in Bhutan began just about a few decades back, but the pace of development has been phenomenal.
04 Jan 2013 | COMMENTS 0
Brutal gang rape of a young woman in New Delhi: Lessons for Bhutan
The South Asia Region was and is still unkind to women.
14 Dec 2012 | COMMENTS 0
Progress in LDCs threatened by global crisis and climate change
After a period of prolonged slow growth, these least developed countries (LDCs) accelerated their economic growth to about seven percent a year on average between 2000 and 2007.