Chhoedhey Lhentshog User Training For Western Region

The Chhoedhey Lhentshog management system, also known as CMS, is a bilingual application designed to streamline the registration and management of Religious Organizations in Bhutan. It aims to replace manual processes with an online system, offering features like online Visa applications, submission of financial reports, tax exemption requests, record-keeping of religious sites and events, donations tracking, and the registration of institutes, branches, and members. Additionally, it aims to maintain up-to-date information for all Religious Organizations.
A three-day training session for users from the western regions was conducted by Officials of GovTech and iTechnologies Pvt Ltd at the Department of Culturefrom 25 to 27 October 2023. The training was focused on providing hands-on, interactive, and in-depth instruction to help users become familiar with the application's interface and use it effectively.

NEWS | Posted on: 2023-10-30 - 6:20 am

Central Management Information System for Women & Children

The National Commission of Women and Children (NCWC) launched an online Central Management Information System developed by the iTechnologies software team on 27 September 2017. The online database system will ensure that women and children in need of care and protection receive effective and timely services.

NEWS | Posted on: 2022-01-06 - 7:46 pm


Ministry of Health launched the Electronic Bhutan Medical Supplies Inventory System (e-BMSIS) yesterday. This system will ensure timely procurement, distribution, and delivery of medical supplies throughout the country and when required reallocation of supplies as per requirement. This will help in not only saving lives but also ineffective planning and management of supplies – bringing in cost and operation efficiencies.

NEWS | Posted on: 2022-01-06 - 7:45 pm


The “Mainstreaming Biodiversity Conservation into the Tourism Sector in Bhutan” comes at a time when the country is rethinking tourism in the wake of COVID-19. The project will augment efforts to rebuild lives and livelihoods through a more sustainable, resilient, and inclusive tourism economy.

News | Posted on: 2022-01-06 - 7:44 pm