TERM 2 2014 RESULT DECLARED

Trek to Billing Top
Trekking can be viewed from two different stand-points; as an intense physical exercise, or an amazing and unique learning experience.
This year once again the teachers and the students of class X chose Billing Top as their camping spot and spent an overnight. It was an adventurous and a memorable trip filled with fun and laughter mixed with hard work and challenges. Students were able to seek first hand experiences with joy and had great time exploring various untouched environments there.Bir is a small village



surrounded by big mountains famous for paragliding in himachal Pradesh. It is known for Hang gliding and paragliding both, which serves as a landing ground for paraglide. Bir-Billing in the Dauladhar mountain range is known as one of the finest aero sports sites in the world.
Their launching destination ‘Billing’ is at (8500 ft) on the Dhauladhar ranges and highest aero sport site, 14-km distance from Bir. Bir billing is one of the nature wonders. This is perfectly designed as a launch pad, has become a legend on the international paragliding circuits and a destination for world champion paragliding pilots. The green meadow directly above the villages of Bir and Chauntra is one of the best gliding sites in the world. The massive Dhauladhar mountain range and the kangra valley below with its panoramic views offer opportunities for high altitude up and down and all over the world flying for more than 200-km. ( The Bir Billing has been a favourite trekking spot for our school children for the past 6 years).
We are glad and proud that they all had an experiential moment packed with wide scope of learning and for their safe return back to school with sound health.

Class VII English Book Fair

Book Fair normally serves as a holistic linguistic development and most significantly communicative skills leading to personal development. As per the school diary on 18th May class VII English Book Fair was held in the school Loter hall with pomp and much appreciation from the students and the staffs.
Every corner of the hall was packed with enthusiastic and welcoming students of class VII eagerly waiting to share their story with a story book in their hand. Throughout the program students were busy telling stories, hence to give them short breaks in between songs and video clipping on importance of reading were played.



Unlike last year this time we tried to put some innovations by organizing group story telling on volunteer bases and we had few effective story tellers from class VII. Feedback by one of the guest students from class IX and X during their round proved effective as it was completely a new experience to them and students are basically more connected to their age group and has higher level of acceptance.
The hard work and the sincerity of the respected students and teachers of class VII made it a successful program.

Ka-Gyur Reading

Forth Month of the Tibetan Calendar is religiously believed to be significant and auspicious month in a year. There in this month four among the twelve auspicious and significant days coincide such as the birth anniversary, the day of enlightenment and the death anniversary of the Lord Buddha. The month particularly by Buddhists all over the globe believes sacred and popularly celebrates the month as Saka Dawa. Performance of religious rituals such as reciting mantras, circumambulating monasteries, going vegetarian and being more compassionate and many more are practiced throughout the month.



Here in our school the religious and cultural committee organizes two days Ka-gyur reading once in a year during Saka Dawa and this year they organized the program on 21st and 22nd May respectively. Both students and teachers had a meaningful time reading Ka-gyur for world peace and long life of His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama and immediately for the people of Nepal for their quick recovery from both mental and physical traumas after the recent Earthquake.

Inter House Basketball Tournament

On 23rd May the school basket court was packed with spectators mostly students cheering up their houses. The colorful banners were hung up on the walls and a perfect scene was set up for the perfect match between two of the best teams; final match between senior boys Songtsen House verses Ngyatri House.





That was a tough match and the whole atmosphere was filled with roaring noises from every corner of the ground. The Spectators gathered to witness that match had great fun and excitement and the match was worth watching.
The time went swiftly and the finale whistle was blown making the team yellow the real heroes by winning the finale match leaving their opponent at far behind. But the over house result of this year’s Inter House Basket Tournament is as follow:
Ist Position    Nyatri House
IInd Position  Trirel House
IIIrd Postion   Songtsen and Trisong House
The tournament was concluded with dignity and applauses with the distribution of trophies to the winning sides by the school principal.


 

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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.
THREE POINT FIVE
He passed away couple of days after writing this letter.

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