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Dadhi R Dahal

February 2, 2015

Dadhi R Dahal is a director of education department of BCS. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Science and Education. Born in 1975 in Bhutan, he is a proud dad of two beautiful children. He is one of the first Bhutanese entrepreneurs in the community.

Dahal has been involved in the community activities for over 6 years. He is very enthusiastic and passionate, and a down to earth person. He is deeply interested in a community service, and never lets any one go without helping them.

Dahal worked as a refugee interpreter for a year, and currently employed at Syracuse City School District as a nationality worker.

Kazi Gautam

January 31, 2015

Kazi Gautam, a chairman of BCS was born and brought up in Gangatey, a remote village in Samchi district, a southern part of Bhutan in 1980.He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in English from Tri-Chandra College, Kathmandu. Mr.Gautam has been working as a journalist for about eight years. He was an editor of The Bhutan Reporter in 2005, and has been associated with BNS since its inception. He also worked as a program presenter at the weekly radio program Saranarthi Sarokar in 2007-2008.

An avid reader, and interested in writing since his childhood, Gautam’s write-ups appeared regularly in Nepal’s daily newspapers like The Kathmandu Post, The Rising Nepal and Gorkhapatra in 2006-2008. He still writes for the papers off and on.

Currently, he is based in Syracuse, NY, and employed with Syracuse City School District’s Refugee Assistance Program as a Nationality Worker. He is also a licensed Real Estate Salesperson.Besides, Kazi Gautam is a NY State certified Court Interpreter, and he has also been actively involved as a volunteer for Bhutanese Community of Syracuse since 2008.


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Voice Of the Chairman

bcs president I will come up with some plans and programs to build up a strong community. We need to work together exploring ways to working towards fulfilling our desire to help those in need along with distinctly identifying ourselves as Bhutanese-Nepalese.
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Bhutanese Community In Syracuse
710 Kirkpatrick St.
Syracuse, New York 13208
United States of America
Contact : 315-399-5398
Email : admin@cnybcs.org