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RSTA handed over traffic safety equipments worth Nu. 0.7 million to the Royal Bhutan Police yesterday as a support to strengthen the professional capacity of the traffic police personnel while executing their work.
The Director General of RSTA acknowledged the relentless hard work put in by the traffic police in ensuring the safety and security of the motorists and other road users. He also conveyed the firm commitment and support of the Secretary of Ministry of Information & Communication (MoIC) towards strengthening the capacity of RBP traffic personnel in the field.
The equipments includes breath analyzer with inbuilt printer, quick alcohol testing machine, speed gun and other accessories. The Chief of Police thanked RSTA and assured that the work of the traffic personnel in the field will be made much easier with the use of the equipments. The Chief also expressed his gratitude to the Secretary, MoIC for the esteemed support.
The Ministry of Information & Communications is pleased to announce vacancy for one Security Guard at RSTA Office, Gelephu. He/she must be minimum of 18 years & not more than 50 years old.
Application along with the following documents must reach the HR Division, MoIC latest by 31st August,2017. Interested Bhutanese Nationals who meet the eligibility criteria may apply. For eligibility criteria, refer Chapter 6, Clause 6.5 General and Elementary Service (Serial no. 2) of BCSR 2012.
3.Copy of medical certificate
4.Copy of citizenship ID Card
The Annual Performance Agreement (APA) was signed between Hon'ble Prime Minister and Hon'ble Minister, Ministry of Information and Communications (MoIC) on 5th August 2017.
Hon'ble PM thanked MoIC for maintaining good aviation service, producing well qualified drivers, managing road traffic professionally, providing 75% internet and broadband services, introducing 107 G2C online service, maintaining balanced and professional media services, managing Thimphu Techpark business prospect, BtCIRT's proactive role during the recent cyber attack and successful usage of google suite by 87% of the civil servants.
Hon'ble Secretary thanked Hon'ble Prime Minister for appreciating the performance of MoIC and pledged to perform better for the year 2017-2018.
Since the introduction of the online payment service from 20th April 2017, a total of Nu.100,3510/- has been collected. Nu.15,780/- was collected in April, which has shoot up to Nu.590,370/- in July from Nu. 244,580/- in June. We thank all for supporting and preferring our online payment services. We will keep taking feedback and suggestions as usual to improve our service further to make it easy and prompt.
Pay Online and Save Time to avail RSTA services.
In order to facilitate the use of online payment for RSTA services, RSTA has now opened self-service payment counter (a computer with internet connection and a printer) in Thimphu RSTA office. Individuals may use the facilities to make online payment, and RSTA officials will be there to guide, if required.
With the start of online payment service for Road Safety & Transport Authority (RSTA), from 20th April 2017, a total of Nu.421,390/- has been collected with 365 online payment transactions. Hon'ble Prime Minister launched the ePayment services on 22nd May 2017.
MoIC and RSTA, once again request all concerned to use the online payment services available from RSTA and MoIC websites. We request all to share about our online payment solutions to others as well to make use of the facilities, which shall not only save your time and resources but will be more easy, prompt and efficient.