The School Captains & Prefects nomination groups consist of Class XI subject teachers, Students Advisory Committee, Games Committee and Students Council. The lists of the nomination is scrutinized and finalized by the School Heads. The final nomination list is read out before the electorate consisting of Class VII to XII students. The students vote for captains & prefects and elected captains and prefects names are declared before the gathering. All the elected members took the oath of sacredness of the responsibilities from the Buddhist Doctrine teacher before the Tibetan national deities.
Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi, the father of India’s 149th birth anniversary was observed on 2nd October, 2018. On this day, all the staff and the students cleaned up the campus and the main road adjacent to the Village boundary under the supervision of the Games Committee. This day is commemorated as the Swach Bharat Day – a cleanliness drive to clean India.
September 28 is World Rabies Day, a global health observance started in 2007 to raise awareness about rabies and to enhance prevention and control efforts worldwide.
The school dog club members comprising of class 12 students presented a detail awareness and preventive highlights during the morning assembly of Senior section. Moreover, the members in association with Tibetan Volunteers for Animals, an NGO in Bylakuppe ensured that every dog in the school is vaccinated for Anti-Rabies.
Theme for this year's science day is 'POLLUTION'.
- Power point presentation on pollution by students of Class VIII, X and XII
- Skit performance by Class IX students
- Dialectics on pollution by Class XI students
- Presentations on solid waste management in our school by Class XI B Sc.
- Song on pollution by class XII B Sc.
- Science project display in English Lab.
English Dept. organized various English language based activities for the day.
The day began with a short introduction followed by short drama by Class VII students. Class VIII students staged dialectic debate on basics of English language. Class IX staged a short skit on ill effects of over indulgence on social media. Class X presented a song. Class XI students took part in quiz on spelling and grammar.
However, icing on the cake was repartee by class XII students. Almost all put up a great show. Creativity and execution were at its best.
In the English resource room, there were class representatives with book reviews who did their best in sharing their views and reviews on various books to their fellow school mates.
Social Science department as usual organized a morning function to mark this all important day in Indian Calendar. School Principal addressed the gathering and highlighted some core issues of Indian struggle for Independence like civil disobedience and non-cooperation movement. He even drew comparisons on how Tibet and India lost their countries and reasoned the lack of unity as the major factor. We were then urged to get inspired from India in restoration of our freedom.
Our school also celebrated the day as Thank You India as well as Social Science Day. Short skit depicting the service rendered at Old age home by Class IX S was staged. Miss Choetso of Class IX S delivered a short speech sharing her experience of her service at Old age home.
Our beloved Indian staff members were honored with souvenir.
It was then time to loosen up a bit. Songs and dances were staged by Class IX D and IX S students. Their performances drew loud applause from the audience.
A day prior to 83rd Birth Anniversary of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama, various departments like Tibetan, English and Commerce and Junior section teachers staged dialectic debates on subjects based topics at Junior Section ground to mark the auspicious day. On July 7th, Settlement office has organized an official function to observe the day. Our school representatives took active participation in songs and dances.
Committee for prevention of substance abuse chaired by Mr. Jampa Ngodup organized various events to observe the day. Class XII S Sc. students delivered talks and presentations to highlight issues on prevention of substance abuse. They gave a good account of themselves in blending talks with graphics. It was then followed by group song to create awareness. Class XII D students on the same evening, screened a short video featuring their very own fellow students to further the awareness. Mr. Tamding Wangdak delivered talk and screened video to add even more meaning to the day.
Tibet our country project is by far, one of the most important events of the year. Close to a month long preparation was dedicated to make the event a success. Various classes were allotted topics ranging from history to current affairs of Tibet and from religion to beyond religion. On the day, the chief guest, Mr. Dawa Tashi, Principal of CST school, Bylakuppe addressed the gathering. He reminded all of us to preserve our unique Tibetan culture and tradition and further highlighted on many other issues alike. Chief Guest escorted by Director and Principal took round to visit classes for the presentations. Class XI D commerce staged a drama on the theme, ‘Gratitude’ under the guidance of their class teacher, Mr. Tenzin Dawa. Finally, to wrap up the day, a group of class XII students performed a Tibetan group song.
Staff and students of class IX & above gathered in school hall to observe the birth anniversary of Dr. Hermann Gmeiner. Mr. Principal addressed the gathering. He highlighted on brief history of Dr. Hermann Gmeiner’s early days and his growth as one of the biggest philanthropist. The function was then followed by football match and basketball match between students’ council and staff members. Staff football team were well and truly beaten by students’ council, however basketball match was evenly contested. In all, it turned out to be a fun filled day and ofcourse a memorable one.
Inter class XII English Extempore contest was held. There were 2 participants from each of 7 class XII Science and Commerce amounting to total of 14 participants up on the podium. Various topics ranging from current affairs to general ones were randomly allotted to speak upon and thereafter, to field a question each.
Tenzin Woeden, XII B (C) and Tenzin Chungtak, XII P (C)
Inter House Cultural Competition is the most anticipated event of the year. Our rich culture and unique tradition are showcased with passion and enthusiasm. Respective houses put in lot of effort for a month. For the past many years, the event has always been a treat to watch and this year, it was no different.
Competition span two days. Audience witnessed intense and stiff competition as usual. That was evident by the closeness in the final ranking. Trial house bagged the pole position.
Our school football team represented all TCV schools in GCM Gold Cup 2018 held in TDL Bylakuppe. We were pitted against Guladalla team and Samyeling team. The first match was held in presence of strong support in the form of Class XII students, while the second match was vociferously supported by class IX and X students. Despite, good solid football on display by our team, we conceded narrow defeat (1-2) to Gulladalla and held (1-1) by Samyeling. We thus missed the quarterfinal berth by a whisker. Nonetheless, our school team didn’t give till the final whistle. Students and staff members gave their all in cheering our team via waves though a short one and all the noises and the songs.
Class X, Class XII Sc. And Class XII Commerce students were honored on their graduation with a grand function held on Basketball court. The function was attended by the entire school. Each and every students were honored with white scarf by school Director. The Principal addressed the gathering highlighting importance on various issues aftermath school life. On everyone behalf, Mr. Principal wished them well in future endeavors.
Photo sessions followed and over the next three days, class wise dinner get together were hosted in school hall.
Spring Fete is an event organized by Games Committee for generating fund. The four houses assign stalls to their respective staff members and students. Staff and the students put in their best effort for the entire day in making monetary gains. The fund gathered ultimately is spent on children overall development in various co-curricular activities.