Upon invitation from the Jigme Wangchuk Power Training Institute (JWPTI), Dekiling, Sarpang a team comprising of two members led by the Director from the Department of Prevention and Education (DoPE) interacted with 116 students from 39 schools gathered for Technical Vocational and Educational Training (TVET) Winter Camp on January 3, 2017.
A week long training on National Integrity Assessment (NIA), 2016 was held from 19th to 23rd December, 2016 at the Conference Hall of Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC). A total of 48 university graduates recruited as enumerators and 18 Dzongkhag Statistical Officers as supervisors were trained.
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