ClASS XI ORIENTATION, 2017
Dharamsala, 21st April, 2017: After bidding farewell to the last batch of class XII Commerce on 18th April, TCV School Upper Dharamsala welcomed the students of class XI Humanities stream on 21st April, 2017. We are restarting Arts stream in plus two after a gap of two years for logistic modality to finally start a Junior college with plus two for all the streams in due course of time in TCV Bylakuppe in the south.
All the new 82 students of class XI; 51 from TCV School Upper Dharamsala, 7 from TCV School Selakui and 24 from TCV School Bylakuppe attended the welcome orientation at the staff mess at 7 p.m. The students were welcomed with sweet rice, butter tea and snacks. They were then introduced to the members of the Managing Committee, Advisory Committee and their respective home mothers. The School Director Mr. Tsultrim talked on the importance of education and discipline. He further reminded the students about their reason behind coming to Upper TCV School and that they must never forget their ambition to struggle for the last two years of their schooling. Following the school Director, Mrs. Ngawang Lhamo, the School Principal expressed the importance of listening especially in a student’s life. She also spoke on the extra responsibility the students should shoulder being the senior most students of this school and to be an example to others.
On the morning of 22nd April, all the students were taken on a guided tour by the Student council at 7.30 am. The students assembled again at 9 a.m. during which they were introduced to their respective subject teachers. Since discipline is the foundation stone to a successful school, the school Advisory Committee followed by the Headmistress, Senior Section familiarized the students with the various rules and regulations of the school. The School Director as well as the School Principal also shared their hopes and aspirations on the students.
Acquainted with the school campus, concerned stake holders and the school rules and regulations, the students headed to their class. We look forward to a wonderful productive year with our Senior Most students.