Tibet Day Celebration

A group song presentation by Junior grade students.

A full day March : Remembering the 10th March

Students on the long march for Tibet and its people.

Basketball tournament on process

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

Gandhi Jayanti

Commemorating Gandhi Jayanti with Swatch Bharat Abhiyan.

A visit my Alumini

Dr.Tenzin Dadul and team of doctors from the Cancer Medical Dental Programme visits our School to provide their assistance to our community.

Friday, 29 April 2016

READERS OF DALAI LAMA

This is yet another on-going program in the school which is particularly to encourage children to read more books by His Holiness the Dalai Lama to foster good moral behavior and attitude.
The aims and the objectives of this program are:
To let the children know and understand the main principles of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.
To let the children engage in meaningful discussion about those principles.
To let the children implement those principles in their daily lives.
To cultivate the reading habit in children.
This is actually a new reading club consisting of few teachers and children to begin with. The main responsibility of this program is shouldered by our two school Librarians. We have made mini groups of around 20 & 21 children with two teachers each. We are supposed to be book buddies. Whenever we meet and have mini sessions, we are going to talk and share about the books. Whatever we have understood and learnt from these books we are going to pass them on to others. Hopefully we would be able to bring changes in our day to day behavior, attitude and thinking.

This will also help all of us to explore more about his books and get introduced to many other new books as well. The main function to facilitate this program will be done during the birth anniversary of His Holiness the Dalai Lama this year which falls on 6 July 2017. By that time we hope to cover as many books as possible and enlarge the groups further.

Friday, 22 April 2016

Tibet our Country Project



TCV Chuantra Tibet our country project
TCV Chuantra Tibet our country project
TCV Chuantra Tibet our country project
This programme is one of the most important in our school Calendar which reflects and brings forward Tibet’s tradition, culture and religion etc. This activity is the best example for the CHILD CENTERED METHOD OF EDUCATION because it needs students overall participation and teachers guidance. We were allotted about 22 days to teach and work on this project. This year we started this programme on 6th April to 27th April 2016. The topics were chosen by keeping in mind the focus areas of TCV this year i.e. “Moral and Ethical values”. Some of the topics are 365 daily advices from the heart, Middle way approach, origin of honorific words etc. The actual presentation of the project was done yesterday on 27th April whole day in the school auditorium. The most important part is that students have practically learned about the importance of Moral and Ethical values from the rich cultural and heritage of our country Tibet. The day was a knowledgeable and a fruitful one.
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HIMALAYAN HEALTH EXCHANGE PROGRAM


TCV Chauntra HIMALAYAN HEALTH EXCHANGE
TCV Chauntra HIMALAYAN HEALTH EXCHANGE 2016 International Health Expeditions i.e. Himalayan Health Exchange lead by Mr. Ravi Sigh organized their 21st annual medical/dental and public health camps in our school on 22nd April 2016 till 24th April 2016 for 3 days. The 3 days programmed was a successful and a very helpful one for all the family of TCV School Chauntra. We were able to take all the benefits from the camp and they were generous enough to look after all the minute problems of the family members. We would love to have such kind of medical camp in our near future. Thank you so much for being such a great help. Your work is the real example of our school Motto “Others before self”.

We from the core of our heart would like to extend a huge and abound thanks for Mr. Ravi Singh and his team. Thank you once again.

Thursday, 21 April 2016

HEALTH AWARENESS


TCV Chauntra health awareness
As we all know that “Health is Wealth”. On 21st April, 2016 BTS Health centre doctors and nurses came to TCV chauntra and gave valuable talk on different topic as follows:

Controlling obesity.

Hepatitis knowledge.

Dental Hygiene and

Awareness about Tuberculosis.

The speech was very effective and helpful to the student and staff.

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Resource Person talk Cum Book Fair by Library of Tibetan Works and Archives


Brief History:


TCV Chauntra Resource talk on Book Fair
The Library of Tibetan Works and Archives (LTWA) is a Tibetan library in Dharamsala, India. The library was founded by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in the year 1970 June 11 and is considered one of the most important libraries and institutions of Tibetan works in the world.

TCV Chauntra Resource talk on Book FairThe library contains sources which were relocated from Tibet during the 1959 escape, including important Tibetan Buddhist manuscripts and Archives related to Tibet’s history, politics, culture and even art. 

The Primary Objectives:

The primary objective of the library is to provide a wide-range cultural resource of the highest standard and to promote a milieu to facilitate research and the exchange of knowledge.

It was really fortunate for all the TCV School Chauntra Staff and students to get to know about this unique organization from the General Secretary of Library of Tibetan Works and Archives Mr. Nagwang Yeshi la. This year it was the 2nd visit or book fair by Library of Tibetan Works and Archives. We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks especially to Lowell Thomas and Lowell Thomas, JR. for their exclusive and precious photos when journey into Tibet. In a nut shell the book fair cum resource person talk was really a thought provoking and a knowledgeable one. We would love to have some more of such kind of Photo exhibition and book fair in the near future.

The Library of Tibetan Works and Archives (LTWA) is a must visit for the book lovers.

Saturday, 16 April 2016

DOLMA TSEDON ( A night prayer )


TCV Chauntra Mani TsedonEvery year TCV School Chauntra cultural committee organizes a night prayer session called Dolma Tsedon. This year we had Dolma Tsedon (A Prayer especially for goddess Tara) on 16th April, Saturday.  In the evening all the staff and students gathered in the school loter hall at 7 pm till morning 7 am.The main aim and objective of this prayer session are:

For the long live of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.

To eradicate and overcome all the obstacle, hindrances in the school and all the sentient beings on the Earth.

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

CLASS 10 ENGLISH EXTEMPORE CONTEST


TCV Chauntra Extempore Contest
 As we have a proverb in English that “today’s reader is tomorrow’s leader”. Likewise today’s speaker can become tomorrow’s leader as well. Therefore, the school has created a platform and an opportunity for the children to display their own speaking in English.  Moreover this year we have tried to make the contest a bit special by keeping the moral proverbs as for tits topics.We have deliberately done this as the focus area of TCV this year is “to promote moral values and ethic in our children”. Simultaneously children learnt something new.

TCV Chauntra Extempore Contest There were total 12 participants,4 students each from each class. The individual first position was bagged by Tenzin Dawa l from 10D and the overall class wise result, the first position was taken by 10 D.

Monday, 11 April 2016

Geshe Dorjee Damdul la Speech


TCV Chauntra Geshe Dorjee Damdul la Talk
TCV Chauntra was very fortunate to listen to the speech given by Geshe Dorjee Damdul la On 11 April, 2016 .He had focus mainly on 'What 21st Âcentury Buddhist should be?' And Tibetan should felt the gratefulness of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. He also advised youngster to build up their reading habit. So, he recommended some of the valuable books like Beyond Religion and Ethics for the new millennium.

This was mesmerizing and very effective talk for all the staff and the students.

Monday, 4 April 2016

Earth Quake Drill


TCV Chauntra Earthquake Mock Drill
TCV Chauntra Earthquake Mock DrillEarthquake mock drill was done in TCV Chauntra as per the instruction and direction of GEOHAZARD India. It is done every year in our school to remember the Kangra Earthquake in 1905 and especially the casualties and death toll. Mock drill is the only way that every one of us must learn to mitigate the casualties in the time of disaster. It is very unpredictable nature of earthquake that we must prepare all the time as saying goes  expect for the best and prepare for the worst.

In our school Class X D students under the supervision of subject teacher Chotop Tashi (Mr.) organized 20 minutes long earthquake related morning presentation comprises of video clip, short talk and skit show. The motive behind organizing such varied activities in front of all the students and teachers was to teach how to save oneself in the time of Earthquake.

At 11:00 am real mock drill was done in which all the staff members were grouped into different department of task. We have awareness team, evacuation team, medical team, media team and etc. the whole task was coordinated by Mr. Chotop Tashi. It was turned out to be very effective with earnest support from school administration in terms of material facilities such as medical aids, stretchers, helmets and florescent overcoat and more importantly the participation of administrators themselves in the programme.