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2019 BCSE results declared


Dec 9, 2019

Yeshi Choden, a B.A. English graduate from Royal Thimphu College topped the 2019 Bhutan Civil Service Examination (BCSE) in general category with 80.71%. The results were declared today. 

With 71.56 per cent Chenpo with B.Sc.(Environmental Science) from Sherubtse College stood second followed by Tek Bahadur Ghaga with B.A.(Political Science) also from Sherubtse College with 71.54%.

Tashi Dorji from Sherubtse College topped the Dzongkha Category with 73.77 per cent while Sangay Wangchuk also from Sherubtse College and Tendrel Zangmo from Institute of Language and Cultural Studies came second and third with 71.74 and 71.68 per cent respectively.

In technical category, Karma Chorten Dendup from College of Natural Resources came first with 73.26 per cent followed by Pema Wangdi with 72 per cent and Passang Dorji with 71.31 per cent both from Amity Institute of Applied Sciences in Uttar Pradesh, India.

Karma Thinley topped the B.Ed. Dzongkha Category with 69.5 per cent while Leki Wangdi came second with 69.23 per cent and Tandin Namgay stood third with 68.41 per cent.  B.Ed. Dzongkha course is offered in Paro College of Education.

In B.Ed. general category, Nima Dorji from Paro College of Education secured the highest scored with 75.85 per cent while Tashi Dawa from Samtse College of Education came second with 74.63 per cent and Chhimi Wangmo from Paro College of Education stood third with 73.17 per cent.

Of the 1,748 students who appeared the main exam, 1,593 candidates secured 50 per cent and above. According to the Royal Civil Service Commission, 50 per cent is the minimum score required to be eligible for placement and selection in the civil service based on the availability of vacancies.

There are 889 vacancies for 2020 intake in professional and management category in the civil service. The selection and placement will be carried out later this month based on the merit ranking and vacancies available

All the selected candidates are required to undergo a mandatory drug test before their entrance into the Civil Service.

Pema Seldon Tshering 

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