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New Student Reporting

All selected 2020 admission new students and selected diploma progression to degree students must report to the College of Language and Culture Studies on 1st August 2020, for registration. The following are the list of items that are required to bring along with you: Original Documents Class XII Mark sheet and Pass Certificate Citizenship Identity […]

Contact Tracing by Druk Trace Mobile App

As per the executive order c-4/2020/549 dated 19th April 2020 from the Prime Minister’s Office, the government has developed the “Druk Trace” mobile app. The app will be used for  “contact tracing” by helping with the identification of people who may have come in direct contact with COVID-19 infected persons while visiting the public or […]

CLCS celebrates Parents’ Day

Coinciding with the auspicious occasion of The Descending Day of Lord Buddha, College of Language and Culture Studies celebrated the Parents’ day on 19th November, 2019. The half-day event comprised items such as cultural programmes, mask dances, and speeches, presented mostly by the cultural group of the college. A banner competition among the classes was […]

BHS conducts Antiques Exhibition

On 17th November, College of Language and Culture Studies held an exhibition which displayed traditional objects, traditional local dresses, old currencies, musical instruments and many more for the first time. The exhibition was graced by the Dean of Student Affairs. Four sections of B.A in Bhutanese and Himalayan Studies 2nd year students displayed their objects […]

Prime Minister Visits College

Prime Minister Dr. Lotay Tshering, on his way back from Zhemgang, visited CLCS and gave an audience to the students and lecturers on the evening of 15th November, 2019. Despite his busy schedule, he spent about two hours with the students and an hour with the lecturers where he emphasized on the crucial role of […]