2019: The school celebrated the 73rd Independence Day of India on
August 15. To mark occasion a function was organized in the new auditorium at 2
pm with colorful patriotic performances dedicated to those who sacrificed lives
for the freedom of India. Staff members
and students above class VI attended the function. The chief guest for the
occasion was Shri Narendra Dhiman the director of district food and the other
guests of honor were the managerial staff of TCV Head Office. The program
started with a warm welcome speech by Mrs. Sapna Patanian (Hindi teacher of
school) the MC for the occasion, and singing of Indian National anthem.
representing class XI and XII delivered speeches given by Indian freedom fighters
both in English and Hindi. Patriotic songs and dances were showcased by
students of class V to X.
To show our
deepest appreciation and gratitude to the people and government of India, the
Chief Guest and other Indian guests of honor were honored with a framed
portrait of H.H the IV Dalai Lama of Tibet.
To impart knowledge and awareness about
menstruation and hygiene.
To avoid fear and emotional disturbances on the
onset of menstruation.
To seek help from doctor if one faces irregular
problems during menstruation.
To take care of oneself during menstruation.
Ngawang Tenzin la (Science Teacher) gave talk on Menstruation and Hygiene
to the Upper TCV School girls from classes VI – X on the following topics:
Signs of puberty in girls.
Quality of menstrual blood.
Amount of blood loss.
Menstrual flow pattern’
Emotional and behavior changes.
Length of Menstrual cycle.
Causes of irregular periods.
Remedies for irregular periods and menstrual
Myths and Taboos.
CONCLUSION: The Health and Environment Committee of Upper
TCV School organized this talk to the girls. They listened enthusiastically and enjoyed the talk very
much. It’s worth organizing such a talk in the school. I hope they have gained
a lot of knowledge from this presentation.