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Agriculture CMS site
Overall Agriculture Site
Vegetable Production
Fruit Production
Field Crops
Landscape and Ornamental Horticulture
Plant Protection
Organic Agriculture
Post Harvest Technology
Medicinal Aromatic Plant and Spices
Manures and Fertiliers
Fundamentals of Agronomy
Plant Breeding and Seed Production
Bhutanese Farming System
Animal Husbandry CMS site
Overal Animal Husbandry Site
Veterinary Surgery
Animal Reproduction
Fundamental of Veterinary Medicine
Clinical Veterinary Medicine
Animal Genetics and Breeding
Pig and Poultry Production
Feed and Fodder
Tshewang Dorji
Preventive Veterinary Medicine
Online Resources
Other CMS site
Teaching Aids
About Content Management System

Content Management System (CMS) is one of the basic tools for facilitating faster and easier teaching-learning process at the College of Natural Resources (CNR). The CMS was design by the Wageningen International (WI), the Netherlands under the AsiaLink project (2006 to 2008). Besides CNR, Bhutan, the other three partners of the project include:

1. CIDT, United Kingdom;
2. Wageningen International, the Netherlands; and
3. Institute of Forestry, Nepal

CMS is a web-based program to which the teachers have full access and authority to create and edit the page/content of their teaching materials/modules based on their own requirements. They need not notify the web administrators whilst creating or editing the contents. They've been trained how to handle such activities.

All the students have free access to CMS. They can not only view, but also download and or pass comments regarding the contents. All the students have been oriented with the use of CMS.  

Forestry CMS Site
Overall Forestry Site
Forest Mensuration
Forest Survey
Forest Utilization
Forest Botany
Social Forestry
Campus Flora
Silviculture Fundamentals
Silviculture System
Wild Life
Ecotourism Development
Forestry Online Resources
Extension and Communication CMS Site
Overall Extension and Communication
Farming Economic
Environmental Science
Extension and Communication
Soil Science
Research and Statistic
Journals Link