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Admission Open to INDIA'S RENOWNED INSTITUTION

posted Apr 10, 2018, 9:31 PM by Sonam Phuntsho

Registered with Department of Adult and Higher Education for the Session 2018-2019.

Training on MS-Project

posted Apr 9, 2018, 4:17 AM by Sonam Phuntsho   [ updated Apr 9, 2018, 4:27 AM ]



INTRODUCTION

Knowledge of Project Management Processes and tools is a professional requirement for all streams of engineering and also for Managers. MS-Project is a very important tool which can be used for scheduling and costing of Projects. Knowledge and Skills in MS-Project help the graduates of engineering stream and management in planning, executing and monitoring.

Rigsum is a training and consultancy firm Head Quartered in Thimphu. Rigsum has served Offices like, BPC, Local Government, Wood Craft Centre, Ministry of Economic Affairs and many other Departments in the country.

Rigsum has highly experienced and certified trainers and consultants, associated with it. The Lead trainer is a visiting faculty at NICMAR and is also an author of couple of books on using MS-Project. One may visit the website of our associate partner www.pmskills.in for more information about the firm.

The following proposal is prepared by Rigsum on behalf of PM-Skills to train students in using MS-Project (to plan and track projects)

Training Outline

Overview of the MS-Project Training.  Assignment at the campus of Rigsum or in any convenient places either in Paro or Bumthang.

1

Brief on Project Management

 

The Project Management Frame Work,

Project Phases

Work Breakdown structure

Critical Path Method

Task Dependence

2

Introduction to MS-Project

 

Explore the Microsoft Project Environment

Display an Existing Project Plan (Schedule) in Different Views

3

Creating a Project Plan and Setting up Resources

Creating Tasks and Mile Stones

Linking Tasks

Adding Notes and Constraints

Work, Material and Cost Resources

Working Time Calendars

4

Assigning resources to Task

Resource Assigning and Levelling

Arriving at Total Cost

5

Tracking

Base line creation

Percentage Completion

6

Multiple Projects

Various ways of consolidating projects

Sharing Resources, Resource pool

7

Sharing Information with other programs and generating Reports

Copying the info to Word, PowerPoint and Excel

Visual reports for excel for further study

8

Question and Answer, and Guidance for further study

 

Methodology

The first 60-90 minutes will be used to discuss key essential concepts of Project Management (like WBS, Critical Path) using slide presentation. Subsequently, there will be live demo and video show to explain how to do something using MS-Project (like adding tasks, sequencing, defining resources). This will be followed by hands on workshops, where trainees will be asked to do specific relevant exercise from other sources. The training will conclude with Question and Answer.

Fees

A sum of Nu. 10,000/- per participant will be charged which includes tea snacks, working lunch, note book etc. This fee is inclusive of taxes.

Payment Schedule, Mode of Payment etc.

The payment has to be done on the day of registration by transferring the fund to our accounts or by cheque.

Other Conditions and Expectations

1.       The soft copy of the training material will be made available to participants. The trainees have to prepare hard copies required.

2.       Certificate will be issued to each participants at the end of training by PM Skills and Rigsum

3.       Free support will be provided for teams interested to do projects using MS-Projects in the near future.

Registration for the Training

1.       Interested candidates can register from 10th April 2018-30th April 2018 either online or in person. Only 30 participants will be taken.

Course Start Date

The MS-Project training will start on 16th May 2018.

Courses Offered by the Institute

posted Mar 23, 2018, 1:28 AM by Sonam Phuntsho


Thematic Talk on Global Money Week 2018

posted Mar 15, 2018, 4:31 AM by tandin gyeltshen

RITEMS is pleased to conduct thematic talk on the Financial Literacy in collaboration 
with PNB and Team to celebrate and participate in the International Global Money Week
 2018 on the Theme Money Maters Matter scheduled on 13.03.2018.


Time to tidy up the learning place. Mass Cleaning conducted on 10/3/2018

posted Mar 15, 2018, 3:51 AM by tandin gyeltshen   [ updated Mar 15, 2018, 3:54 AM ]


RITEMS is conducting a capacity development programme for aspirant candidates

posted Mar 7, 2018, 3:22 AM by tandin gyeltshen   [ updated Mar 7, 2018, 7:29 PM ]

As approved vide letter no. ECB (SEC-21)2018/4652 dated 28th February 2018, Rigsum Institute of Technical Education & Management Studies is conducting a Capacity Development Programme for the aspirant candidates joining 3rd Parliamentary Election 2018 for two weeks extensive training from 19th April 2018 to 3rd May 2018.
The following Contents will be covered during the training period:
  1. Writing speeches in Dzongkha.
  2. Reading practice in Dzongkha.
  3. Brief on traditional Values.
  4. Debate in Dzongkha with question answers
Interested aspirant candidates may register with the Institute on or before 15th April 2018.

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posted Mar 6, 2018, 10:53 PM by tandin gyeltshen   [ updated Mar 7, 2018, 3:24 AM ]


We wish you a very Happy Dawa Dangpa Losar!

posted Feb 15, 2018, 5:08 AM by Sonam Phuntsho   [ updated Mar 6, 2018, 10:55 PM by tandin gyeltshen ]


Selected Candidate for Accountant and Management Trainer

posted Feb 11, 2018, 8:47 PM by tandin gyeltshen   [ updated Feb 11, 2018, 8:48 PM ]

Rigsum Institute of Technical Education and Management Studies (RITEMS) is pleased to announce the selected candidate for the following post:
 Sl.no     Name of applicant Gender CID No. Post Remarks
 1 Sonam Dema Female 10902001943 Trainer Selected
 2 Karma Yangdon Female 11102006691 Accountant Selected

Shortlisted Applicants for Management Trainer

posted Feb 2, 2018, 3:19 AM by Sonam Phuntsho   [ updated Feb 2, 2018, 3:31 AM ]

Shortlisted Applicants for interview (Management Trainer) on 6/2/2018 at 9:00 am
Sl.No Name of applicant Gender CID No. Remarks
1 Nidup Phuntsho Male 11102005273 Shortlisted
2 Sonam Choki Female 11904001027 Shortlisted
3 Jamyang  Phuntsho  Male 11606001471 Shortlisted
4 Ugyen Gazom Female 10605002142 Shortlisted
5 Sangeeta Biswa Diyali Female 11811002732 Shortlisted
6 Kinley Wangchuk Male 11913000883 Shortlisted
7 Pema Jamtsho Male 10907002103 Shortlisted
8 Karma Choden Female 12004001406 Shortlisted
9 Kinga Wangchuk  Male 11505004352 Shortlisted
10 Ugyen Lhamo Female 10605001215 Shortlisted
11 Drukgirl Female 11803000124 Shortlisted
12 Thinley Jamtsho Male 10203000693 Shortlisted
13 Lhasey Pelden Female 11410000750 Shortlisted
14 Gyem Tshering Male 11211000245 Shortlisted
15 Sonam Phuntsho Male 11503000345 Shortlisted
16 Sonam Dema Female 10902001943 Shortlisted

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