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Date: 10th -23rd August 2018   Funded by: KNCU under  “Bridge Bhutan Project 2018”

The main objective of the workshop is  to accelerate literacy rate in the dzongkhags as these identified dzongkhags have low literacy rate compared to others and secondly there is maximum coverage as there are more instructors in these dzongkhags. A total of 114 NFE instructors were trained for six days in different aspects  such as Adult learning principles, Transformative Pedagogy, Learning styles, Place Based Education, Dzongkhag Grammar, spelling and pronunciation, NFE Operational Guidelines, Monitoring tools and Assessment tools.

Certificate awarding ceremony to NFE instructors for completion of six day of capacity building workshop in Trashigang, Pemagatshel and Mongar dzongkhag from 10th to 23rd of August 2018

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Insight of the workshop activities

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BAC accredits three colleges

Bhutan Accreditation Council (BAC) accredited the College of Natural Resources (CNR), College of Language and Culture Studies (CLCS), and Royal Institute of Management (RIM) in Thimphu on May 10.

All three were graded A.

Education secretary Karma Yeshey said it is an important milestone for the council as it completes the first cycle of accreditation for those who qualify to be accredited. “Each institute is qualified to be accredited one year after the completion of the first batch of graduates.”

Although there are two kinds of accreditation, the council focuses on institutional accreditation, he said.

“The council would initiate programme accreditation in future with the help of professional councils. We also plan on facilitating regional and international accreditation.”

The purpose of the accreditation is to ensure that all Tertiary Education Institutes (TEI) meet a minimum standard. It is also aimed at advising, supporting and encouraging TEIs to maintain and enhance their quality of services.