Inter-school dialectic week:

Inter-school dialectic week:

DSCN1662TCV hosted inter school dialectic week as per request from the office of Department of Education. We have about one hundred and ten students from nineteen different schools from the Northern region. This rich program gave plenty of opportunities to the participating children to sharpen their intelligence applying logical induction for comprehensive deduction. The application of such chain of thoughts consolidates ones learning experience and lays a solid foundation. This is the fifth such program organized by the department of Education.

Children took active participation in our school program and also haDSCN1653d the opportunity to interact with the monks from Kirti, Namgyal and Dialectic school. Nuns from Gaden Choeling also joined them in the courtyard of main temple and had a very meaningful dialectical debate.

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Inter-School Declamation – 3rd October 2014

Inter-School Declamation – 3rd October 2014

The celebration of Gandhi Jayanti was observed as “International Day of Non-Voilence” as declared by United Nations. This year is the 150th birth anniversary of the father of the nation – Mahatma Gandhi. The program was scheduled on the birthday of Gandhiji but with the visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama along with two Noble Laureates – Judy William and Shrin Edabi  on the 2nd October, the program was postponed until 3rd October. We organized Inter-School Declamation focusing on “The power of non-violence”.  The program was dedicated to express our gratitude to His Holiness the Dalai Lama and also to thank the government of India for being an excellent host for the Tibetans since 1959. We have four schools participating in the declamation and feel obliged to DAV and Gurukul for their active participation in spite of the fact that the day also coincided with Deshera celebration. We have two participants from each school and all of them spoke with perfect flow of the language focusing on the power of non-violence.  The program began with traditional dance and ended with a group song by class XI befitting the day. We are indeed very grateful to our chief guest Mr. Desh Raj – DSP for being with us despite his very busy schedule. Mementos and certificate were presented to all the participants.










Rajat Katoch – DAV Public School


Tenzin Tsephell – TCV Upper Dharamshala


Tenzin Palmo – TCV G


Lobsang Dawa – TCV Gopalpur


Shreya Sharma -BD DAV Public School


Shivangi – Gurukul Sr. Secondary School


Tenzin Choeyang – TCV Upper Dharamshala

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Celebration of 68th Anniversary of Indian Independence Day:  August 15

The 68th Anniversary of Indian Independence day was celebrated in the school on August 15, 2014. The event started at 8:30 am. All the Staff members and the students of class XI –XII   gathered in the Hermann Gmeiner Hall. Mr.Namdol Tashi, Principal welcomed the chief guest and gave the introductory speech. Shr Shri Balbir Thakur, SDM of Dharamsala was invited as the chief guest who addressed the gathering about the importance of Tibetan and Indian friendship. This was followed by a speech from Mr. Tsewang Yeshi, President of TCV who extended deep gratitude to the government and people of India for their unwavering support to the Tibetans living in exile India. The students from all sections sang patriotic songs and recited patriotic poems to commemorate the joyous occasion. The students from Tonglen School also were also invited as guests and participated in the event.

DOE Tibetan Calligraphy contest:  August 20

The Department of Education (DOE) under the Central Tibetan Administration has organized Tibetan Calligraphy contest for all Tibetan schools in exile. The contest for our students was held on August 20 at 10 a.m. in the Principal office. Three students from each grade from Class IX to XII were selected and participated in the contest

DOE Tibetan Essay Contest:  Friday, August 22,

The Department of Education (DOE) under the Central Tibetan Administration has organized essay contest in Tibetan language for all Tibetan schools in exile. The contest for our students was held on August 22, at 9 a.m. in the Cultural Centre. Three students from each grade from Class IX to XII were selected and participated in the contest

Tibet Day:  August, 25

The Tibetan Department of the senior section organized “Tibet Day” on August,25 2014. They have selected two participants from each grade from class IX to XII and presented on the following topics

  1. Birthplace and Parentage of the Dalai lamas
  2. Various medals and awards honored to His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
  3. Three main commitments of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
  4. Relation between Science and Buddhism
  5. Introduction and explanation of Tibetan proverbs.

The program started at 7 p.m.  Mr. Ngodup Wangdue la, the Village Director was the chief guest of the event and the event concluded with stimulating speech from Chief Guest at 8:45 pm. The Day proved to be meaningful to both students and teachers.

Tibetan Debate: August 28,  

The class IX-X  Inter class Tibetan debate was held on August 28 in Deckyi Tsering Hall. The debate was organized by the Tibetan department of the Senior Section.. The topic for the debate was ‘Is it beneficial to use cell phone in student’s Life.”  Mr. Namdol Tashi, the School Principal was the chief guest of the event, provided constructive feedback on improvement in holding a debate. Class IX   was declared the winner of the event. Master Rinzin Tsering of Class IX P was declared the best debater of the event.

TCV Creative writing Day: August 30, 2014

As per the EDC meeting resolution, the essay writing competition was held from 9:00 a.m to 10:30 a.m in Tibetan language and from 11:00 am to 21:30 pm, the essay writing completion was held in English.  All the students of the Senior Section participated in both contests. It was great to observe all students engaged in writing work.


Dal Lake Mela was held on 2nd September 2014.  The lake area became very filthy and tainted. We started our day with brief introduction to the students of class 10 about the importance of community service and maintaining the ecological balance through surrounding clean-up. At 10:00 am we have gathered at Dal Lake and observe the area widely and made arrangement for the cleaning by forming students into 6 different groups.

Under the supervision of the social science teacher; (Mrs. Phurbu Thackchoe and Mr. Tenzin Wangchuk), collaborated with the Dal Lake temple authority and districts Sub Divisional Magistrate (SDM), we cleaned the surrounding area of Dal  lake for several hours and brought its beauty back it its original state.

Report on class X Educational Tour: September 6

Class X D & S students along with two teachers left school early morning for the educational excursion on 6 September 2014. A day long trip began at the Kagra fort by exploring every corner of that magnificent lofty fort.

The students were then driven to Himachal Flour Mills located in Kangra and they were thoroughly explained about its functioning and production. Finally we landed up at Himachal Milk production centre and there too the students were explained about its process by viewing it step by step. The entire students had a great educational tour and learnt immensely by both watching and writing in their copies. We did not face any disciplinary problems with any of the students as they behaved well throughout the trip.


The aim of this program is to help the students in acquiring the skills in facing the real interview once they go out of school for college admission. It was held on 6thSeptember 2014 Saturday from 11.20am to 1.10 pm.  The 155 participating students were from class XII Commerce. They were grouped into smaller group consisting of 13 students and interviewed by teachers comprising of 24 teachers. I sincerely thank the Headmistress and teachers for the kind cooperation and making the program successful.

The students were given the common interview sample questions much ahead of time. This time it was given in the beginning of the August. These questions are also discussed in the class so that they can have a better preparation.

These questions are collected from various internet sites and discussed with the Middle Section Counselor and then compiled. And these are commonly asked during the interview at college level/for scholarship/job search.


“ It was very encouraging one. It was like a real interview with really good questions. I hope this mock interview will be very helpful in the upcoming college admission.”

Tenzin Lekshey Gyatso XII D

“Mock Interview was an awesome experience. I got knowledge about how interviews are taken, and I am sure most of the students have got some experience about it. It was an awesome way of student getting aware of future upcoming interview at college.”

Tenzin Youdon XII D

“though it was a mock interview but for me it was a place where I came to know more about myself  and what I have to improve. And I came to know how the real interview feels like. I think this kind of interview should be continued in the near future.”

Dolkar Tsetan XII C

“At first I was little nervous about the mock interview but after preparing the questions which our career madam gave us made me much easier to give the interview. And the questions asked by the interviewers were very much related with our life and career. It also helped me in building confidence and a little sense of giving interview. It s better to have more like this in a year and would like to thank our career madam for giving us this wonderful opportunity.”

Tenzin Dhondup Lama XII B

Science Day: September 8

Senior Section of Upper TCV School observed Science day on Monday, September 8, 2014. The students of class IX and X, three weeks prior to Science day were asked to prepare an activity based group project on their own and they were also notified that the best few would be selected for the final presentation. This was done with the aim to inculcate curiosity amongst the students and to promote the concept of learning by doing. The interested groups were called for audition a week before the actual Science day program. There were five to six groups who actively participated for the audition. The final selections of the projects were done by the Science department members. The students have chosen a wide range of topics from science. Some of the topics were Ebola, Maglev Train, Pressure and Fun with Chemistry.  The selected groups were then given the opportunity to present their projects during the morning assembly on Monday, September 8, 2014.

Math Day: September 9

Senior Section of Upper TCV School observed Mathematics day on Tuesday, September 9, 2014. Two students from each section of class XI who have volunteered are given the opportunity to participate in the program.The decision for the presentation has been made with the view to develop the interest amongst students for mathematics and to enlighten them with the relevance of Mathematics in the daily life and nature surrounding us. The chosen topic to be presented on Math day was “Nature by numbers”. The list of students who participated in the presentation are as follows: The presentation has been followed by the Rubik cube’s open competition in continuation with last year’s math day program where the students were taught how to solve the puzzle. This has been done to enliven the craze for Rubik cube’s puzzle.The winner of the competition was Tenzin Rabga of class XI Com D who completed the puzzle in 62 seconds.

 Inter class ( XI & XII) Tibetan Debate: September 11,

The Inter-class (XI & XII) Tibetan debate was held on September 11 in the New Hall at 7:00 p.m. There were three debaters from each grade. The topic for the debate was, ‘That Tibetan Language is more important than international language.’ Class XII won the debate. Ms. Deckyi Yangzom of class XII Commerce C was declared the best debater.  Ms. Youga  and Master lobsang Choezin of Class XI  were declared second and third best speaker respectively. Both staff and students had educative experience listening through the speakers who were all competent and well prepared.  Mr. Namdol Tashi, School Principal who was invited as the chief guest ended the debate with a stimulating speech by congratulating the participants and sharing the areas that need improvement.

Parent-Teacher Meeting: September 20

The Parent Teacher meeting was held on September 20, 2014. A formal function was held in Deckyi Tsering hall at 9 a.m. in the morning. Unlike the previous years, all four sections had the parent- teacher meeting on the same day. Mr. Namdol Tashi, the school principal gave thought-provoking introductory speech on the need and importance of parent- teacher meeting. Kasur Rinchen Khando la who had come to attend the meeting on personal ground was requested to give speech to the parents on proper upbringing of children. The speech was enlightening and experiential one.  Mr. Ngodup Wangdu, Village Director concluded the formal program with his invigorating speech and thanked the parents for their attendance to the function. After the formal meeting, one to one meeting was held between parents and teachers in the presence of the child. In the afternoon, home parents and hostel matron and wardens attended the meeting with teachers for those children who struggle in studies but do not have responsible adults around Dharamshala  for various reasons. The meeting ended at 6p.m. The meeting proved to be satisfactory to both parents and teachers.

PowerPoint Presentation By Mr. & Mrs. John Jancik: September 25

Mr. John Jancik has created a volunteer origination “50 for Tibet” through which he has climbed the highest points in each of the fifty US states as well as international high points and had raised over 250  thousand dollars for Rowell Fund in the last 10 year. Rowell Fund supports Tibetans-individuals and organizations through providing grants supporting work in the fields of visual arts and media, environmental, humanitarian an  women’s projects. Mr. and Mrs. John Jancik gave a PowerPoint presentation on incredible work that they have done to raise the fund. They shared some of the spectacular mountain peaks that they had climbed across United States as well as around the world. Mr & Mrs. John Jancik was accompanied by his son and Ms. Tencho Gyatso la.  Ms. Tencho  Gyatso la a former student of TCV and a daughter of our  most beloved Ama Jetsun Pema la and currently, she is the Associate Director for Chinese engagement and Tibetan Empowerment programme. It was very fortunate to have them introduce to our children in the school.

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Conclusion of Dialectic Month

Conclusion of Dialectic Month


A month long training on the arts of dialectic was organized with the help extended from The Dialectic School from Tsug-Lag-Khang. A specific time was allotted for the training by readjusting our normal time table for duration of one month. This program was revived as per the expressed concern shown by His Holiness the Dalai Lama on several occasions. Back in the initial stage when the Tibetan schools were first established in early sixties, learned Geshe Las used to be the Tibetan teachers who not only taught Tibetan but also built a very strong base in the dialectic mode of learning in tune with the monastic training. This strong mode of learning by applying logic and sharp analytical deduction makes your learning meaningful and personal.

We are very lucky to have three of our religious teachers who have worked very hard to bring about a positive change to have a strong base in the dialectic and logical skill of learning.  Teaming with senior monks from the Dialectic school is no doubt very supportive and the partnership brought about visible change in our students learning activities. The program was implemented in all our classes. Both the principal and the director encouraged our student to use this powerful mode of learning to improve themselves scholastically according to their capabilities and aptitude.

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Exhibition of Tibetan Calligraphy in art form- September 9th and 10th

Exhibition of Tibetan Calligraphy in art form

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We are very happy to have Mr. Jamyang Dorjee Chakrishar visit us and exhibit his masterpiece artwork to students and staff in TCV for two days. His art work is very unique and has a touch of divinity. Unlike Thangka painting his artwork is based on Tibetan calligraphy and outline  and actual drawings are with mantras, prayers and philosophical texts. The image of Buddha is drawn with Heart Sutra text and so is Tara with Tara prayers. Unique Tibetan calligraphy blends with traditional as well as modern art form   is indeed  an innovative step in bringing Tibetan Calligraphy to an international standard. During his recent exhibition in New York, New Delhi and other metropolitan cities his art gallery was converged with many curators and intellectual personalities who commended with deep respect and appreciation.  Visitors to his exhibition revealed their true feeling with awestruck expression on their faces. One hour presentation with PowerPoint to the senior students made our students highly motivated and proud of our rich heritage. The high lights of his talk was based on Tibetan calligraphy in art form. Students were seen surrounding him with the request to have their name written by the artist with an artistic touch.

Besides being the first artist to use Tibetan calligraphy for artwork he also holds world record for producing the longest calligraphy scroll which is 163 meter long and weighs about 53 kg. He is a retired Joint Secretary to the Government of Sikkim and worked for several years in CTA in various capacities. His contribution in the Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts as a director gave a new facelift to the institute. He is presently the coordinator for Trans Himalayan Arts and Culture which is based in Washington DC. Thank you Jamyang La for your valuable time  with us.

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Under the able leadership of school captain Tamding Thar and Norbu Dolma, the student council along with the senior students organized STAFF DAY very efficiently with a touch of sincerity and strong bondage of love and respect. Staff members had a day off and were kept very busy with series of programs which distracted us from our serious work. This has rejuvenated our spirit and cemented our relationship with our students with strong bondage.

As a part of the celebration for the expression of our gratitude to His Holiness the Dalai Lama the program began with lightening of lamps by the chief guest – retired colonel Penpa Tsering – the secretary Tibetan Homes Foundation and TCV president Mr. Tsewang Yeshi. This was followed by scarf offering by all the students and student council.

The formal function began with introductory speeches by the captains and prefects and concluded with key note speech by the chief guest Retired Colonel Penpa Tsering. Like any defense personnel his deliberation focused on diligence, discipline and health.

Owing to continues downpour, the school council very smartly launched their plan B and kept us all engaged with various entertaining games that filled the hall with laughter and smiles. Dekyi Tsering Hall wore a complete new look with very attractive decoration and staff were ushered in and served a very relishing luncheon.

In the midst of heavy shower there was football match between staff and students. Being the staff day students were very considerate and let staff stride the field proudly by winning over students. The evening program in the hall took us to the entertainment world and showed us songs and dances that the present generation follows like their own shadow.


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Talk by former Katri prof. Samdhong Rinpoche – July 25th

Talk by former Katri prof. Samdhong Rinpoche – July 25th


We are very fortunate to have former Katri prof. Samdhong Rinpoche visit us and gave a very penetrating and scholastic talk pertaining to the propitiation of Dogyal. This was the outcome of the volley of questions posed to the speaker Mr. Penpa Tsering and Sikhong Dr. Lobsang Sengye during summer teaching. It looks increasingly apparent that many youngsters do not have the clear understanding of Dogyal propitiation and incessant problems in our society because of Dogyal connections. The most respected and learned Samdhong Rinpoche focused his delivery on those unanswered questions which left many in the cloud of mystery. Rinpoche with his vast mine of knowledge tackled these doubts and questions with historical and legal prospective and made all of us in the hall undoubtedly pristine clear and shed all our doubts. One and half hours of talk followed by another hour of question answer session was without an iota of doubt very clear and penetrating.

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Those who wish to read more please click on this link.

His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s Advice Concerning Dolgyal (Shugden)


WORKSHOP ON COMPUTER & INTERNET SECURITY FOR SENIOR TEACHERS: 14th & 15th April  IMG_1947 Under the direction from the Education Director, Mr. Phuntsok from TCV head office conducted  the workshop on ‘computer and internet security’ for the senior teachers  for two days on 14th  & 15th April from 4:30pm -6:30pm at Old CRC. The Principal, the headmistress and the teachers took keen interest in learning how to keep computer safe from misuse and e-fraud. The workshop also highlighted on the use of internet for profession and work -related matters.

TIBET-OUR-COUNTRY: 30th APRIL Upper TCV School observed a month long Tibet-Our Country dedicated to the ‘year of gratitude to His holiness the Dalai Lama’ during which teachers and students put their best efforts to showcase to make it fun and learning experience. Students and staffs of the senior section under the guidance of the headmistress organized various programs such as

  1. Incorporation and teaching of certain portion of Lhek-shay lo-sar  ming je, Shae-Tring and Re-Dhak kyi –Tam to all the classes.
  2. PPT on Substance Abuse in Tibetan language on 29th April.
  3. Humorous Talk on 21st April.
  4. Quiz on’My Land and My People’ on 30th April.
  5. Distribution of the 13 chapters to class IX, X, XI and XII. Every Tuesday 3 students from each class presented their allotted topic during the morning assembly.
  6. Students to self –evaluate their daily action in accordance with the ’10 virtue and 16 code of ethics’ framed by the 33rd king  Songsten Gompo of Tibet. At the end of the month, respective class teachers to collect the students self-evaluated data and submit it to the headmistress’ office.
  7. Tibetan verses and Buddhism terminology   from the religious text and other sources to be displayed in the school campus.

On 30th April, all the section staff and students assembled at the Basketball ground along with  section heads and the Principal to observe the Tibet –Our –Country Programme. Mrs. Sonam Dolma ,the Education Director,  presided over the function as the chief guest. The function was also graced by the presence of Head Office dignitary. The School principal, Mr. Namdol Tashi gave the introductory speech which was followed by the presentation of section-wise report on their Tibet-our-Country. Master Tenzin Dorjee of class XII and Gule Tharchin of class XI presented a humorous talk on how our Tibetan spoken language is facing a tough challenge  in our society. The Morning program was concluded with a Sang-sol. During afternoon, senior section students visited to see the classroom displays by the junior and middle section. At 7:00 pm at the New Hall, Quiz contest was organized by the senior section on the ‘My Land &My People’ among four groups, each group consisting one student from class xi, x, xi and xii. Mrs. Sonam Dolkar, the Education Director, as the chief guest for the quiz function appalled the quiz organizer and suggested that its very important to learn not only for the participants but also for the everyone form such quiz function

Tibetan Debate on World Biodiversity Day: May 22 On May 22th 2014 which was considered as World Biodiversity Day, we whole heartily collaborated  with Tibet Policy institute under direct Kashag authority we held debate title on  “Is climate change good for Tibet? “ in the presence of Chief Secretary of DoE as chief guest with three outside judges. The team of Class XI was declared the winner.


His Holiness the Dalai Lama gave a two-day teachings on The Heart Sutra( Sherab Nyingpo) and Praise to the Intelligent One ( Manjushri Prayer gang loma) to the young Tibetans studying in TCV schools, CST Sambota and colleges in India and abroad in Dr Hermann Gmeiner Hall in the mornings, His Holiness the Dalai Lama gave teachings for more than two hours. In the afternoons, from 1 pm to 2:30 pm the participants had interaction session with highly learned venerable geshes, which proved to be an intellectual elevation for the young minds. In the afternoon session,from 3pm to 4pm  Mr Penpa Tsering, Speaker of the Central Tibetan Administration  gave effectual talk on Dorjee Shugden. It ended with good discussion with participants. The next day, On June 5, 2014 morning, at the end of His Holiness The Dalai Lama’s teaching Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Sangay, presented documents to His Holiness the Dalai Lama on Middle Way Policy campaign and in the afternoon session from 3pm to 4pm, the participants had discussion with Sikyong about Dorjee Shugden and Middle Way Policy. On June 6,2014, His Holiness conferred the Avalokiteshvera Initiation( Chenresig wang) and it was held on the basket ball ground where maximum number of local Tibetans were also able to attend. Every one was very fortunate to have been blessed by His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Kagyur Recitation: June 11 and 12, 2014 The school organized Kagyur recitation for two days June 11 and 12, 2014 during Saka Dawa, the fourth lunar calendar of the Tibetan calendar. The saka Dawa is observed as one of the most important festivals of Tibetan Buddhist as it is very auspicious celebration of three important events in Buddha’s life-Birth, Enlightenment (Nirvana) and Death. It is believed that virtues that are collected during this month will have 1000 manifold effects. Keeping this in mind, the school arranged the Kagyur recitation program. Before the recitation, as a part of the sacred tradition of Tibetan Buddhist, Class XI students led by three Religious Instructors of the school and the student council Circumambulated the school campus carrying 101 volume of Kagyur scriptures from school temple to the Senior Section. The recitation was held in Dickey Tsering hall and in Classrooms but unlike the previous years, this year class VIII and VII students participated in Kagyur recitation along  with all students from Class XI –XII and senior staff members including some teachers from other sections took part in Kagyur recitation.  Everyone recited the Kagyur with great seriousness that the recitation was completed in one and half days. The School Cultural Committee headed by Mr. Dhondup Gyalpo, Headmaster of the Junior Section accompanied by two school cooks served the students with salt buttered tea, snacks and juices with great sense of devotion and satisfaction. The students expressed a heightened sense of blessing while reciting the Kaygur and felt it was worth attending and reciting the Holy Scriptures

DOE Resource Talk: June 26, 2014 As per the guidelines given by the Department of Education, the Upper TCV senior section organized the resource talk on 26th July 2014 in the New Hall. Mr. Kalsang Tsewang la, Guidance  Counselor of  TCV Gopalpur was invited as the resource person. The students of Class XI and XII attended the program that began at at 2.45 pm and ended at 4pm. The topics covered were career planning process and options after Commerce stream. The students interacted well with the resource person during the question answer session.

Feedback from participating students: “Yesterday’s presentation was very good. I got lot of knowledge on career. The counselor did great job in bringing awareness among those youths who do not have proper guidance towards their life. He also advised us to do well for the betterment of our life ahead. He presented the power point very well ad described clearly.” Palden Tenzin XI com A “It was wonderful that proved useful and gave meaningful ways to plan our career in the future. So I would like to thank you, Genla “ Tenzin XI C “Thank you for coming here. You gave us ideas and information about many topics like importance of having aim and career planning etc. But I felt the time went beyond the scheduled time. So the time management is very important. Otherwise we enjoyed your talk and you have good way of communication that attracts audience.” Choenyi Sangmo XII Com A. 2014 Senior Section Inter-Class English Debate-July 1 IMG_4722 IMG_4770 The Senior Section Inter-Class English Debate between Class XI and XII was held in the evening of 1 July, 2014, in the Hermann Gmeiner Hall. The School Principal, Mr. Namdol Tashi, was the Chief Guest at the event which was attended by all the students and teachers of the section. The motion under debate stated ‘That the Internet has Benefitted Society.’ The Class XII debaters were on the proposition team and the Class XI team debaters on the opposition. The debate was chaired by Master Migmar Tsering,  a student of Class XII Commerce ‘D’. The three judges for the evening were  Mr. Dhondup Gyalpo, Headmaster of Junior Section,  Mr. Lhakpa Tsering, Math teacher at the Middle Section,  and Ms. Tenzin Choezin, an alumnus of the school who was a volunteer at the Senior Section at the time. The  ‘Best Speaker’ title was bagged by Master Tenzin Thinley of Class XII Commerce ‘B’.  Master Tenzin Dhondup of Class XI Commerce ‘C’ came second, followed by Master Rabten Namgyal of Class XI Commerce ‘C’. As a team, Class XI won the debate. It was evident that the students in the audience enjoyed the arguments, and could connect with the motion which is very apt for today’s times. When the actual debate was over and the platform was open for the audience, many students from the floor came up to voice their arguments for or against the motion.

Resource Talk: June 26, 2014 As per the guidelines given by the Department of Education, the Upper TCV senior section organized the resource talk on 26th July 2014 in the New Hall. Mr. Kalsang Tsewang la, Guidance Counselor of TCV Gopalpur was invited as the resource person. The students of Class XI and XII attended the program that began at 2.45 pm and ended at 4pm. The topics covered were career planning process and options after Commerce stream. The students interacted well with the resource person during the question answer session.

Feedback from participating students: “Yesterday’s presentation was very good. I got lot of knowledge on career. The counselor did great job in bringing awareness among those youths who do not have proper guidance towards their life. He also advised us to do well for the betterment of our life ahead. He presented the power point very well ad described clearly.” Palden Tenzin XI com A “it was wonderful that proved useful  and gave meaningful ways to plan our career in the future. So I would like to thank you, Genla “ Tenzin XI C “Thank you for coming here. You gave us ideas and information about many topics like importance of having aim and career planning etc. But I felt the time went beyond the scheduled time. So the time management is very important. Otherwise we enjoyed your talk and you have good way of communication that attracts audience.” Choenyi Sangmo XII Com A.

POWER POINT PRESENTATION CONTEST- June 25 The Commerce Department conducted the Power Point Presentation Contest between Class XII and XI commerce on 25th June 2014 in the Hermann Gmeiner Hall. The contest started at 7 pm. The main objectives of this contest are mentioned below: (i)                To provide opportunity for the students to display their learning via power point presentation. (ii)              To deliver new ideas, styles and innovations in their power point presentation. (iii)            To enhance their confidence, public speaking skill, and creativity.   Eight contestants, four each from Class XII and XI were selected. The interested students turned up for the selection round in our tutorial room during long break on 12th May 2014. The topic for the presentation was declared 17th May as ‘IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY ON BUSINESS’All the participants have taken active part in this Power points presentation apart from being so busy with their regualar classes as well as extra classes. They tried hard to perform their best. Their confidence of facing the public has immensely improved. This presentation really turned out a very meaningful program. The participants came up with different styles, ideas and innovations in their presentation. In PPT Dechen Wangmo(4646) of class XII earned first position, followed by Tenzin Tsomo Kelsang(7802) and Tenzin Kelsang(11756) in second and third postion respectively. Overall result of this year PPT competition was seized by class XII participants. We can conclude that the audience remained very attentive, enthusiastic through the program and had gained lot of knowledge out of it. This has been indeed a very successful and fruitful presentation.

Educational Trip to Kangra Flour Mill (Class XII Commerce): June 27

On 27th June 2013, the students of Class XII commerce were taken for educational tour to Himachal flourmills Pvt. Ltd. Kangra and Norbulingka Institute. This educational tour was organized with the motive of enhancing students’ knowledge and understanding on the nature and significance of business studies textbook. It was also aimed at helping the students in bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge in classroom and application of that theoretical knowledge in real life situation in business organization. The objectives of this tour are to learn the following: a) To enable the students to know the importance of management. b) To help the students to recognize the functions of management. c) To know how business enterprises survive in a competitive market. d) To classify Workload Analysis and Workforce Analysis in business enterprises e) To know the application of principles of management.   As a whole, this educational tour proved productive as well as a good learning experience to our commerce students. The knowledge and experience that they have acquired in the field will help students in preparing their business project mandated by CBSE.

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