RIGSS is pleased to announce the names of the 27 candidates selected for the Fourth Foundational Leadership Program (FLP-4). Selected candidates will receive a “Letter of Offer” from the Institute soon. In case a selected candidate is not able to participate, he/she is required to inform the course coordinator, Mr. Hasta Bdr. Rai immediately through email or phone call (firstname.lastname@example.org or 17604538), and the slot will be given to a standby candidate chosen as per merit. The Institute would like to thank all the applicants for showing interest in its program, and look forward to your participation in the future too.
Selected Candidates (in alphabetical order of their names) :
RIGSS is pleased to announce the names of the shortlisted candidates for the 4th Foundational Leadership Program (FLP-4) as given below.
Important Notice: All shortlisted candidates will have to give an Online Psychometric Test as a part of the final selection process. You will receive an email from Dr. Adrian Chan shortly with all necessary instructions on the test and deadline. Any candidate who does not complete the test within the specified date will be disqualified from selection for the course. Shortlisted candidates will also receive an email from the institute with information/instructions on the Skype interview and other requirements.
Shortlisted candidates in alphabetical order of their names:
The Royal Institute for Governance and Strategic Studies in Phuentsholing announces that the 5th RIGSS Dialogue will be held at the institute in Phuentsholing on 10th April 2019 starting 6.00 PM.
The Dialogue will feature Mr. Koh Buck Song, Author and Brand Advisor, in conversation with Dasho Kinley Dorji, former Secretary of the Ministry of Information and Communications. The theme of the Dialogue is “Nation Branding, Nation Building”
Mr. Koh Buck Song is a Singaporean writer and brand advisor who has been closely involved in nation branding of Singapore for over three decades. He has advised the Singapore government on various aspects of nation building, including profiling the overall quality of life and policies on media, arts and culture. He is the author and editor of more than 30 books.
All interested to attend the dialogue are requested to register online at www.rigss.bt/reg/7