Riglam Workshop

Yearly Riglam workshop was conducted for the teachers under the leadership of our philosophy teacher, Geshe Thupten Namgyal la. The workshop was imparted to various classes of Tibetan teachers, English & Social teachers, Math, Science and Commerce teachers by 4 Geshe la from Sera Monastery. The workshop concluded with the Riglam display from each class. Education Director graced the occasion.

Education Director’s Visit

TCV Education Director, Mr. Sonam Sichoe paid week long official visit to our school. During his stay, he conducted inspection to classes, resource rooms and Laboratories. He addressed the staff members, students and students’ council separately.


Madam Tharlam Dolma’s Visit

As a part of initiative by Education committee under the Department of Education, CTA, Member and Ex-Principal of CST Bylakuppe paid a visit to our school for two days. Madam carried out extensive inspection of various laboratories, resource rooms, hostels and homes and also undertook observations of few classes. She addressed the students and teachers separately.

Tibetan Elocution Contest for VII & VIII

Three students each from four sections of Class VII and VIII took part in the contest. Each student performed poem recitation.


Class VII:              Master Tenzin Gelek, VII D

Class VIII:            Miss Tenzin Chonyi, VIII D

Workshop Briefing on Secular Ethic

Mr. Dawa Dhondup briefed the staff members of Junior and senior section on Secular Ethic based on the workshop attended during late February. Genla had an interactive sessions with staff members by engaging us in various activities. Genla mainly focussed on methodologies in imparting lessons on Secular Ethic to the students.


Visit to Indian Institute of Science (IISc.)

Report by student representative

The idea of having open day in IISc was suggested in 1948. The first ever open day was held on 3rd March 1977. It is an event held by IISc to showcase its activities to the student community and the general public held on 23rd March 2019. We were allowed access to the entire campus and even got a change to sit in the lecture halls and see a class being held. The Chemistry department had a display on countless experiments and we had lots of fun seeing those demonstration. We also visited the Biology department with its display on neuroscience and played several interesting brain games too. In the physics department, we visited nanoscience, practical physics and aerospace engineering buildings. On the whole, the trip was enjoyable and educational at the same time. We got an opportunity to have conversation with resident scientists of the institute. The only shortcoming was that there were no other Tibetan students expect us. So, we strongly urge that our students need to build up more curiosity towards science.

Graduation Day

Outgoing students of Class X, XII Sc. & XII Commerce were honored for being ‘would be graduates’. Each one of them was personally blessed with scarf in wishing them well for their future endeavor by Mr. Principal. As usual, Mr. Principal addressed the gathering. He gave a good account of do’s and don’ts regarding the formalities leading up to college admission. He also served reminders in continuing the good trades of students into college life and thereafter too.

Photo sessions with concerned subject teachers and home mothers were held. Graduation dinner parties were hosted separately for Class X, Class XII Sc. and Class XII Commerce.

Spring Fete

Much to the delight of students, staff and the general public, the annual spring fete was held. Four houses staff members and students were engaged in fun, frolic moments of taking charge of various stalls in garnering funds for children. There was large gathering and the staff member and the students all put their best foot forward in making the day a grand success. It was bit tiring but the day ended on highly satisfying note.

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