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An in-house training on Research Methodology is being delivered for around 30 feild auditors from head office and regional offices. The course is faciliated by one resource person from Royal University of Bhutan and two internal resource persons. It is aimed to impart research skills and techniques related to analyzing of quantitative data which has become important for the auditors in recent times.The training which began on 11th April, 2014 will end on 18th April, 2014.
A week long training aimed to upgrade knowledge base and skill of the Front Desk Employees begins today on April 7, 2014 in the RAA conference hall. It is being coordinated by the Human Resource and International Relations Division as per the In-house Training Calendar 2013-2014 of the Royal Audit Authority (RAA) and facilitated by in-house resource persons. The course comprises of subjects like MS Excel application, letter drafting and dzongkha translation skills. It is attended by front desk employees and support staff from RAA headquarters and regional offices. The training will end on April 11, 2014.
The 57th Policy Planning Coordination Meeting cum Mid-Term Review Meeting of the Royal Audit Authority for the year 2013-2014 begins today on March 27, 2014 in the Auditorium of Damphu Lower Secondary School, Tsirang. The meeting is coordinated by the Policy, Planning and Annual Audit Report Division and hosted by OAAG, Tsirang.
The RAA launched the Environmental Audit Guidelines in the 57th Policy Planning Coordination Meeting cum Mid-Term Review Meeting of the Royal Audit Authority (RAA) for the year 2013-2014 hosted by the OAAG, Tsirang. The launch of Environmental Audit marks yet another significant milestone in the history of the Royal Audit Authority towards preservation of pristine natural environment of the country, and beyond.
A groundbreaking ceremony for the construction of professional development center of the Royal Audit Authority was held today on March 26, 2014 to mark a new chapter in the history of progress of the Royal Audit Authority, in building its capacity to audit and report on economy, efficiency and effectiveness in the use of public resources.The professional development center is being constructed within 5.3 acres of land over the shallow-sloped terrain of Tsirang. The project is estimated to cost around Nu.193 million (including Nu.43 million used up in tenth five year plan) financed entirely by the Government of India under Project Tied Assistance.
The Mid-term Review Meeting 2013-2014 cum 57th Policy Planning and Coordination Meeting is slated to happen at the Office of the Assistant Auditor General, Tsirang from 27th-28th March, 2014. Chaired by Hon’ble Auditor General, the meeting will be attended by around more than 100 participants from headquarters and four regional offices of Bumthang, Phuentsholing, Samdrup Jongkhar and Tsirang. The meeting entailing a set of important agenda items is expected to offer an aspiring platform to take stock of what the RAA has achieve thus far and bring in common consensus on future course of actions through reviews and deliberations. It is also to explore new internal strengths and weaknesses for the RAA and to reposition as against the evolving external opportunities and threats.
The RAA is pleased to release its 6th Edition of Bi-annual RAA Newsletter for July – December 2013. In this edition, we have focused on the award of Civil Service medals to 108 civil servants from RAA for their dedicated service to the “Tsa-Wa-sum” and the message from Hon’ble Auditor General to the RAA family on the day commemorating the awards.