Jit Tshering, Professor & HoD

Faculty/Department

 Department of Research & Consultancy

Qualification

  1. MPhil in Economic Planning, University of Glasgow
  2. BA SGTB Khalsa College, Delhi University

Units Teaching/Specializations

  1. Gross National Happiness Unit
  2. Principles of Economics
  3. Leadership Effectiveness and Development

Teaching Experience

Since 1987

Research & Publication

Publications

  1. Mark, Tshering. Jit,(2014), ‘Second Elections and Democratic Consolidation: The Experience of Bhutan’, Asian Journal of Political Science, 22(3), 315-334
  2. Mark, Tshering. Jit (2014), ‘Is Democracy being Consolidated in Bhutan?’ Asian Politics and Policy, 6(3), 1-19
  3. Jit (2014, 2nd Edition), Local Development Planning Manual: Standards for Annual Planning at Dzongkha and Gewog Levels, Gross National Happiness Commission, Thimphu, Bhutan
  4. Mark, Chuki. Sonam and Tshering, Jit (2011), ‘Democratization by decree: the case of Bhutan’, Democratization, 18(1), 184 — 210
  5. Jit, Chuki. Sonam and Nass. Lucia (2009), Local Development Planning Manual: Standards for Annual Pplanning at Dzongkha and Gewog Levels, Gross National Happiness Commission, Thimphu, Bhutan
  6. Tshering, Jit (2009), ‘Change and Continuity: Management Prospects and Challenges’, South Asian Management Forum Proceedings, Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia.

Local Journal and News Paper Articles

  1. Tshering, Jit (2008), Sidpakhorlo of Management: Potential Bodhisattavic Leaders and Managers RIM Newsletter, Issue No.4
  2. Tshering, Jit (2007), Of People, Politics and Policies, RIM Newsletter
  3. Tshering, Jit (2002), Leadership of Jangchub Sempas, Zingchong Rigphel, July 2002, Vol 1
  4. Stephen, Dem. Rinzin and Tshering. Jit (2000), Decentralisation and Participation at the Geog and Community Levels, Decentralisation Support Programme, Royal Institute of Management, Thimphu.

Research Interest

  1. Bhutanese Politics and Democracy 
  2. Public Sector reforms and management with emphasis on Civil Service Reforms

Awards

  1. Awarded, National Order of Merit (Gold) for Academic Excellence in 2013
  2. Royal Civil Service Silver Medal Award for his 20 or more years of dedicated service to the tsa-wa-sum