A visit by Sikyong Dr. Lobsang Singay

A very fortunate movement for our school in getting the blessing of our Sikyong

A full day opera show at UTCV on Jetsun Milarepa

We feel proud enough to show the full day opera show for the fourth times since its inception in 2013.

Basketball tournament on process

Health is wealth. The majority of the students take keen interest in various competition between the four houses.

Play enactment on the origin of Tibetan language

During the Tibet our country program the whole classes were required to come up with creative dramas , plays, speeches etc on our beloved country Tibet.

Inter house athletic meet in full swing

Participation in the sports provides and builds ones confidence, leadership qualities, team work, provides energy and improves stamina. Student taking part in inter house 1600 meter running.

Tuesday, 22 May 2018


TCV Chauntra
Kagyur Reading in progress.
Saka Dawa is the most sacred Buddhist festival. It falls on the fourth month in the Tibetan Lunar calendar. This is the month to earn merits as it is believed that one merits is equal to one hundred thousand times. Monasteries were flocked around by people to pray and recite scriptures. It is the month where every Buddhist gets engrossed in the spiritual atmosphere.
TCV Chauntra
Kagyur Reading in progress.
Likewise in our school on 22nd may to 23 may we have KAGYUR READING? Every students and teachers participate in the reading.  Every year we have the reading in the class but this year we saw some difference. Reading the scripture is same but the place was different.
This year the KAGYUR Reading was held in the school Loter hall.  There was a feel of spiritual atmosphere in the whole school.  The stage was decked with Thanga, butter lamp; colorful tables etc. to get ready us all ready to read the scripture.  In the classes we can hear junior classes reciting the prayer and then at homes we can hear small children reciting mantra OM MANI PAD ME HUN.
Tea and snacks were distributed in abundant to the whole school. Everyone felt blessed on those special days. Keep on earning merits!!!!!! God Bless

Friday, 18 May 2018


Inter class VII English elocution contest was organized on 18th may, 2018 and three students from each class namely class 7 D, S and B participated in it. In total 9 students participated in the English elocution contest. Three students participated in speech, three in poetry and three in dramatic extract.  Ngawang Losel of class VII S got the first position in poetry section, Tenzin Tseyang of class VII S bagged the first position in the speech section and Jigmet Dorjee of class VII D was the winner of the dramatic extract.
Among the three classes, class VII S was the winner of 2018 English elocution contest.

Wednesday, 9 May 2018


TCV Chauntra
Mrs. Tenzin Dolma ( New Assistant Headmistress )

On 9th may, 2018 the TCV School Chauntra saw a little change in the school administration. It is happy to announce the designated the new assistant Headmistress Mrs. Tenzin Dolma la.
 Mrs. Tenzin Dolma la did her primary schooling from TCV School Patlikuhl till class V and then she joined Tibetan Children’s Village School, Upper at Upper Dharamsala and completed her classes till +12.  She pursued her graduation from Delhi University and finally she acquired her teacher’s Training Course from TCV itself Patlikuhl and since then she has been teaching in the same institution for the last twenty four years.
We congratulate her for reaching this far in her career and we are hopeful that she will be able to fulfill the task successfully.  We wish her all the best!!!!!

Saturday, 28 April 2018


On 28th April, 2018 under the supervision of English teachers, the first singing assembly (class IV to VI) of the year 2018 was held in the school Loter hall during the morning assembly. Actually department has   decided to conduct morning singing assembly after every two months. The main aim is to let the students learn English in a fun way. This year the song we chose was titled ‘It’s a beautiful day.’ We sang the song with music and without music. We also sang the two song which we had last year, Mr. Manner Matters and Kindness. The English teachers took the lead by standing in front of the students.
The students enjoyed the different kind of assembly as we can see them becoming very excited and energetic. Our colleagues were of the new ways we have adopted to teach our kids. Whole school was heard humming the morning school. The scene was worth inspiring the teachers to do better.

Sunday, 22 April 2018


“He who has health has hope and he who has hope has everything”
As everyone believes that health is the first priority to happy life, so our school takes care of each student’s health be it in giving them the best diet, providing them with fresh water, advising them to stay in clean environment or providing them with comfortable place to sleep. Subsequently, we have been lucky enough to get support from different communities and organizations. From this, we have the honor of welcoming one of those organizations that is Himalayan Medical Team lead by Mr. Ravi Singh. They have been relentlessly helping us for the past few years in examining the health of every child. This year they came on 23rd April and stayed for two days. These two days they thoroughly went through every child’s health condition where some were treated, few were asked to consult to hospital and the rest had casual checkup.
We are thankful to their continuous support and help and we are hopeful that they will carry on with this deed for the more coming years. Thank you!!!

Saturday, 21 April 2018


Shoton TCV Chauntra

Shoton festival is a celebration that mark the end of monk’s ‘Yarne,’ their hundred day summer retreat so as to avoid killings and earning demerits during that hundred days. After finishing these days, the local Tibetan laymen use to serve them yogurt, perform Tibetan opera and go for picnics etc. Therefore this festival is also called YOGURT festival.
In exile, Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts took the initiative in reviving this ancient festival. They would invite Tibetan artist from the different settlement to show Opera at Dharamsala.
His holiness the Dalai Lama suggested them to hold this festival in various settlements so that it can have a wider reach, especially among the youngsters.
Therefore, this year under the direction of TIPA, three places were selected to celebrate the festival: One at TIPA, second at Norbuling and third at our school TCV Chauntra. Our school had the privilege of hosting the Shoton Festival on 21th April till 23rd April. The festival saw opera performances by some of the best troupes from three Tibetan settlements located in India namely Bandara, Bylakuppee and Kollegal.

Shoton Festival 2018
Shoton Festival 2018
On the very first day we had the honor of welcoming his 12th Kenting Tai Situ Rinpoche, Ringu Tulku Rinpoche Bir, Nyingma-pa- Monastery and Tulku Ugyen Topgyal Rinpoche to bless the festival to bring good luck. As a special guest we invited the elderly people from old aged home situated near our school under the nangchen division Chauntra.
Shoton Festival 2018
Shoton in TCV Chauntra 2018
The view was extravagant; sky was filled with the plumes of smoke from the juniper fire to greet the Rinpoches. Eager and enthusiastic crowds along with the overly excited students with the thought of not having to go to the class for three days jam-packed the school basket ground  and waited eagerly with hands folded for the Rinpoche to arrive and begin the day long Opera show.
On 21st April 2018, Saturday at 2: 30 pm the show began. To begin with, everyone was distributed curd followed by tea and sweet rice as a mark of auspicious day. The artist did their best which surely satisfied them and the viewers fully enjoyed the show. The laughter, shouting and the sweet melodious sounds of the artist occupied the whole of school. Tea and juices were in abundant. The day saw the extravagance of the school. Most importantly the elderly people really had the best of the day for these three days.
The day was the day to remember for the fun everyone had, for the relax ion everyone felt, for the beauty of Opera show and the gladness of getting audience from Rinpoche.

Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Earth Quake Drill


T. C. V. School, Chauntra commemorates the deadly earth quake that shook the whole Kangra valley on 4th April 1905. This day is remarked specifically for preparing and teaching students in every school on all the possible safety measures from earth quake.
The day started with the second period bell at 10:20 a.m.  with a single of drum where teachers helped students to Drop, Cover and Hold. All the students assembled on the school football ground where safety is ensured, all the class teachers checked the respective classes and informed Mrs. Tenzin Dolma la the missing children and frequently, Mrs Tenzin Dolma la informed the School Rescue team head Mr. Chemi Dorjee la.

Mr. Chemi Dorjee la and his team checked all the class rooms and possible places if any one is hurt or left unattended in this mock drill.
    Ambulance siren was arranged to take all the injured students, staff to the health clinic for treatment.
   Earth quake mock drill end up with a messages to our students with focuses on immediate life safety and engages students, teachers and staff to think through their emergency response actions when earth quake happens or during earth quake.

Thursday, 29 March 2018



TCV CHAUNTRA GRADUATION DAYThe day before the graduation there was a dinner party to the outgoing students. Pink and yellow and white chart filled with beautiful messages, brightly colored flower, delicious aroma of food and the cheerful faces of the present class X students welcomed the overly excited outgoing students and congratulated them on reaching the miles. The evening was overwhelming as there was dance, food, snacks and the lights of camera flashing every now and then.

We can tell without doubt that the students felt special and loved on that evening.

The final day has come for the students to say good bye. A very special day in the life of a student “ GRADUATION DAY” was celebrated on 29th march, 2018 in school Loter hall. The day when every emotions; sadness, happiness, prides, anxiety and excitement hustle bustle on the way. Sadness for having to depart with the closet thing they had for home, happiness for having passed the first step towards life, anxiety of not knowing what is waiting and then excitement for the new challenges in life.

But the day came and in the school hall everyone was gathered to congratulate and wish the outgoing students’ every success in their life. It was made more special with the presence of our chief guest Mr. Choenying Dhondup la, the general secretary of TCV School.

Our MC for the day Mr. Sonam Choephel la began the programme requesting everyone to start the Morning Prayer followed by principal’s heart-warming speech. Next we had scarf ceremony where every outgoing students were presented with scarf as a congratulatory gesture.

Then guest for the day gave a brief speech on how grateful the students should feel for getting this opportunity to be in the school and he wished every one of them success and hoping to see them in the same school.

Saturday, 24 March 2018


TB remaining the world’s leading infectious killer, being responsible for the deaths of nearly 1.7 million people each year and representing the ninth leading cause of death globally. Therefore to campaign the awareness among people, on 24th march every year WORLD TB DAY is observed with different themes.

Our school is no exception, we also observed the TB day so as to bring mindfulness among the students and staff with the knowledge of

Tuberculosis symptom, prevention and precautions.

The day began with a presentation on TB by science teacher Mrs Tenzin Dolkar la, a member of school health committee where she detailed on how TB is spread, what are the symptoms, where should they be more alert and so on. She concluded with a short video clipping on TB related issues. Next they distributed a weight machine between two homes. The main purpose of distributing this machine is to measure the weight of the students or to check whether they are overweight or underweight.

On the 5th period there was an art and essay competition (optional) for the senior students. Cash prize was handed over to the top three winners for essay, poster and arts. In the essay competition first prize was begged by Kalsang Dolkar of class X D , second by Pema Choezom of class XS and third by Dechen Choekyi of class X S.

For the poster, we have first position  Gawa Dorjee XD , second Tenzin Wangpo and third position we have Tenzin Kunphel X D.

The information packed charts on the wall, video clipping  and beautiful presentation in the hall have surely install some information on the minds of these children.  The day ended with satisfaction filled heart.

Friday, 23 March 2018

Inter House Basketball Tournament

tcv chauntra basketball tournament
tcv chauntra basketball tournamentSpectacular opening ceremony of inter house basket ball tournament championship was held 0n 23rd March, 2018.

   Passion for basketball is evenvitable in T.C.V. School Chauntra. Not getting the opportunity is the issue always. Therefore this year the games committee has decided to make some changes and that is having league game.


The programme began with national anthem of Indian and Tibetan. Followed by a photo session and finally the team were ready to play.

   The first game was between Senior boys ( Songtsen house and Triral house) The crowd welcomed the team. Excitement and tension followed after wards. Teams ready to bounce on the ground. After much tension, team Songtsen won the match.

Saturday, 10 March 2018

Tibetan Uprising Day

tcv chauntra Tibetan Uprising Day
tcv chauntra Tibetan Uprising DayThe Commemorative event of 59th National Uprising Day began Saturday, morning at Sughabagh, Mela Ground, Chauntra, Mandi Distt.

The main program started at 8:30 am along with the members from three Settlements of Bir, Chauntra and Lilli, Government and non-government with national anthem, minutes of silence for solidarity to those selfless martyrs and concluded with reading of messages.

Wednesday, 7 March 2018

School Spring Fate

tcv chauntra spring fete
The much awaited excitement Spring fate of the year was held on Friday, 7th of March 2018 with shouts of Alo and Puri early in the morning combined with loud music.

Every children looked overwhelmed to be able to relax and enjoy the day.

Monday, 5 March 2018

Parent’s Day Celebration

tcv chuantra parents day
tcv chuantra parents day5th of March is observed as parent’s day in all T.C.V. Schools as a mark of love and respect in the memory of late Mrs Dickyi Tsering la a beloved mother of His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama of Tibet.

Day started with Morning Prayer followed by prize distributions.

It ended with some song and dance show.

Thursday, 1 March 2018

Opening Function

tcv chauntra opening function
The opening function was gracefully started at 9am along with the chief guest

Mr Ngodup Wangdhue la former Director of Upper Dharamsal, in the the school Loter hall.

The class VI to X students, parents, staff and teachers attended the function.

Mr Passang Tsering la, Principal of the school addressed the welcome speech.

tcv chauntra opening functionAll the new teachers were welcomed with scarf as a token of love and respect by the chief guest.

tcv chauntra opening functionChief Guest Mr. Ngodup Wangdhu la addresses the children and spoke the important to take all the opportunities to learn something. He addresses on the importance of the staff and teachers as a valuable resources therefore, Children are requested to follow them with love and respect.

The function finished with great respect.