Gandhi Jyanti is observed on 2nd October every year as the ‘Non Violence Day’ throughout the world to commemorate the birth anniversary and acknowledge the achievements of one of the greatest persons ever known on this earth, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi popularly known as Babu the father of the nation.

Poetry recitation by class ix students

In our school students and staff gathered in the school hall and had a short morning function and it started with the Tibetan and Indian National Anthem. Mr.Tenzin Dhondup was called upon and read the speech given by the Prime Minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi with the message of importance of clean India as cleanliness is very close to Gandhi’s heart.
Next, Mrs.karma Yangkey, Our social science teacher dug deeper into the theme of this year’s

fullfilling the pledge of swachh bharat abhiyan
(think globally act locally)

Gandhi Jyanti, ‘SWACHH BHARAT SWACHH VIDHALAYA CAMPAIGN’ and later announced the work distribution of the day. Followed by, we had Hindi patriotic song by class-IX students and poetry recitation by class VI-VIII and first position was bagged by class VI B and right after that students and staff members engaged themselves cleaning the school campus as well as some targeted areas.
The day was completely dedicated and celebrated sincerely as what was expected in the message endorsed by the prime minister of India that is ‘Swachh Bharat’.

Report on Inter house Marathon Race
One of the most exciting sports events that we have in our school is Inter House Marathon. Every year many students get a chance to race and show their skill in running long distance. This year its practice session started on 9th September and the actual competition was held on two consecutive days on 19th and 20th September.

One first day junior boys and inter boys race was done where Master Tashi Phurbu of Nyatri house was the winner from junior boys division and Master Sonam Dorje of Songtsen House was the winner from inter boys division.
On the second day girls’ open and senior boy’s race was done where Miss Monika of Nyatri House was the winner from girls open and Master Rinchen Tsering Songtsen House was the winner of senior boys division.
The overall winner of the Inter House Marathon Race was bagged by Songtsen House.


Report on Class VII English Book Fair, TCV School, Chauntra Year-2014
                  “Today’s readers are tomorrow’s leader”

Students are displaying there books

As per EDC meeting guidelines, on 29thAugust, 2014 TCV School, Chauntra class VII English book fair was organized in the school Loter hall from morning 9:00 a.m. till 4:00 p.m. in the evening.  Subject teachers have motivated the students to read books from the very beginning of the session and also worked hard to explain the insight and various approaches of competent reading. Teachers have given enough practice on both oral and writing book review.
The program not only endows our students to expand reading habit but it also lays an open platform for developing various significant linguistic skills; such as thinking skill, comprehension skill, communication skill and listening skill etc.
Every class VII student have read a story book of their choice within the month and with  a predefined format they prepared a well defined book review and they stuck it behind their chair on that day. Subject teachers along with some students of class VII had shaped a suitable atmosphere with well planned

decoration and seating arrangement so to motivate as well as to make them feel the significance of the program. Some video songs with the theme and message of importance of reading in one’s life have been arranged and shown at the last ten minutes of each period for every class and they loved it.
Students of class V to X were given opportunity to listen to and interact with the students of class VII. The interaction includes:

  • Introduction of the student (Name, Class and hobbies)
  • Title of the story that they have read
  • Name of the author and illustrator
  • Genre: Fiction- Fairy tale/Fables

:Nonfiction- Biography
: Myth- Geek/Christain/Hindu

  • Characters in the story
  • Favorite character and Why?
  • Theme and plot
  • Summary of the story
  • Lesson/Moral of the story
  • Question answer (Do you have any questions?)
  • Why He/she recommend this story to others

Overall this year’s class VII English Book Fair established to be one of the most flourishing programs we had initiated. Students appreciated it and took this sophisticated strategy very serious; hence, we must definitely go on with it in the days to come and try to give it a new shape and color so to keep their anticipation at the same level.

Tibet our country project report Year-2014(24th March to 23rd April 2014)

Tibet our country project is one of the key activities being initiated within almost every exile Tibetan schools. So in our school, it is considered as one of the most important programs not only to preserve and promote Tibetan heritage and culture but to develop the sense of allegiance, brotherhood and humanity that future generation will be able to hold on with and be proud of.

Chief guest Mr NgodupTsering la( The education secretary) giving speech.

As per the guidelines from the CTA, Kashag; TCV School Chauntra is celebrating year 2014 as the year of commemoration and the gratitude of H.H. the XIVth Dalai Lama; hence ‘The life long struggle and triumph of His Holiness for Tibet and its people’ had been chosen the topic for this year’s Tibet Our Country Project.
School management and Tibetan committee members had a short meeting, furthermore discussed the topic in detail and sub-topics were distributed among the classes starting from his birth till date to each class.( III and above)

Inaugrating the exhibition

The project went for almost a month, starting from 24th March till 23rd April. Students and teachers gathered in their classes every day after the normal class hours at 4:15 p.m. and studied their topics thoroughly as well as prepared a model related to their topic.
Later instead of the customary assembly activities, throughout the month each class had given a short morning assembly presentation on their topic.

Inspecting the exhibition

On 23rd April, Tibet our country project concluding day was celebrated grandly. The chief guess for the day, we had Mr. NgodupTsering la, the education secretary from Dharamsala. The day started with a sangsol description by class III students followed by an open inter class quiz and an Exhibition of the model on the school Basket ground. Then we had traditional lunch to have the feel of Tibet.
Overall the school management brought the whole new idea and hard work of Tibetan committee with the shared work of students and teachers, this year’s Tibet our Country Project was completed successfully.
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                     LETTER FROM 3.5

Dearest TCV School Chauntra,
From the deepest point of my heart I would like to say Tashi delek to everyone of TCV School Chauntra. It was my pleasure to be a part of your family. Every moment we spent together was nostalgic. Now, the time to say good bye has finally arrived. As I’m very old now, my death will come any moment now. So I felt to write you before leaving you alone.
Oh!!! Some of you, new in this school might be wondering who I am. I’m the poor aged dog with three and half legs to whom you guys nick named three point five. I remember that I was also starred in a video clip by staffs for children’s day. Remember me? When I first joint this school, ten years back I was not like the way I’m right now. I used to be very tough and brave, which help me to earn love and fame from you people. And that day I promised myself, I would stay with you and protect you till my last breathe. We started our day together when you were busy on your own, I patrolled our school and I often helped Mr. Passang (The former gate keeper) to halt unknown people and dogs to enter our school. He was very fond of me. But at night, when you all were sleeping cozily I watched around our school campus frequently. I barked and howled to make you alert when I sensed danger. Everything was in order. Days zoomed and so does the years. But one fine day when I was crossing the road, all of sudden I met with an accident. My leg was crushed by the truck. The sudden unbearable pain in my leg triggered me to faint but before, I saw Mrs Tenzin Dolker rushing toward me and then everything went blank. Later when I got my consciousness back I found myself in a comforted place with fresh food and a bowl full of milk placed near me. But to my surprise I saw my leg amputated. I know it was all done to save me from dying of hemorrhage. That’s how I got three point five. My leg was half amputated. Madam la with co workers, nurtured me till I was in my best of health.
To every staff, I’m very grateful. To you all and it can’t be paid back in my entire life. I have never seen so much will and determination in people rather than you in my life. You give your two hundred percent to the students even if they misbehave. You people are truly worth appreciating and there is no word created to describe your perfectness. They owe you so much. I wish you’ll do the same till the end.
Students of TCV Chauntra, you guys have so much talents and skills. It’s all god gifted! But what you lacked is that you never focus on it and never do what teachers have asked to you.  Remember the simple saying “if you rest, you’ll rust”. Do not let down the staff of our school or else you might regret it later. When I was a disable I thought you will stop loving me, but I was wrong you gave me love more than before. Thank you all for those things.
Before dotting the final full stop I would like to thanks all and especially Mrs Tenzin Dolkar la. God bless TCV Chauntra.
He passed away couple of days after writing this letter.




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