6th Inter School Staff Football tournament

TCV Lower Dharamsala Staff celebrating the victory of Tournament.

73rd Indian Independence Day Celebration

TCV Chauntra celebrated Independence day with various programs including patriotic song,dance,poem and drama.

Inter house club Football tournament begin

Health is wealth. The majority of the students take part in football tournament. This year around 60 team have participated.

Visit by Education Minister

CTA Education minister Dr. Pema Yangchen la visited the school and inaugurated the school well furnished I.C.T room.

National Library Day Celebration

School Librarian has organised book display during Library Day celebration.

Saturday, 28 October 2017

Mani Tsendon

‘Mani Tsendon’ means the overnight chanting of the six-syllable mantra OM MANI PADME HUM which is the mantra of Compassion Buddha which completely purifies the four defeats of breaking the four vows of self-liberation and the five uninterrupted negative karmas. In short this is the essence of all Dharma  that’s the purest Dharma.
This program is organized by the school’s Cultural Committee which is led by the Assistant Headmaster with the religious teacher and the two music teachers of the school. All the staff and the students above class 6 participated in the program in three shifts – 7 p.m. to 12 midnight, 12 midnight to 3 a.m. and 3 a.m. to 6 in the morning. The expense for this is mostly dependent on the donation given by the staff and the students because we consider such rituals important to eliminate the evil and remove the obstacles shadowing the school. This also helps in bringing good health and prosperity in the community free from any kind of hindrances

Friday, 27 October 2017


The annual G.K. mega quiz contest was organized by the TGT Social teachers supported by the other subject teachers. This year unlike the previous years we could see a big change in asking the questions. There were quiz questions almost on all the subjects such as General Knowledge, Science, Mathematics, Information Technology, Central Tibetan Administration etc. Moreover there were separate quiz masters for each subject.
Around 24 students, all toppers from their class took part in the contest representing their own class. The quiz lasted around two hours and every one of us learned many new things. Children definitely got the opportunity to upgrade their knowledge about all the subjects within this short period of time.

Wednesday, 25 October 2017


To encounter the widespread disease of Tuberculosis (TB) in the exile community from a grass root level and ensuring the safety of the future generations, the Tibetan Delek Hospital, in association with John Hopkins University, launched a new project titled, “ZERO TB IN TIBETAN KIDS: Training to End TB Now’.

So a team of Dr. Kunchok Dorjee, coordinator of the Zero TB program accompanied by four nurses from Delek Hospital visited our school and through his presentation, highlighted an alarming information regarding the higher average of TB patient in the exile Tibetan community than that of India.

The procedure includes the case finding of the disease in the family and in case of doubt they are advised to go for further proper tests. If a person is found with the bacteria the precautionary steps were taken to prevent it from spreading.

The whole school underwent the procedure and fortunately not a single serious case was diagnosed. Thanks to the whole team of Delek Hospital for initiating such huge steps in eliminating the TB disease from the community. We wish them all the best of luck in achieving their mission soon in the near future.

Friday, 20 October 2017


Seeking to eliminate measles and rubella in Himachal Pradesh, the state government has launched a vaccination campaign against the viral diseases, which cause deaths of thousands of children in India annually.

The vaccination programme, which will cover 18.67 lakh children between nine months and 15 years age group, was launched by Himachal Pradesh Health Minister Kaul Singh Thakur. The vaccine of measles-rubella (MR) would be provided in 18,200 schools, anganwadi and health centres across the state.

Thus our school too enjoyed the benefit of this campaign and the children under the age of 15 were vaccinated timely.

Wednesday, 18 October 2017


His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in his recent speech in Oregon, US said, “When anyone wants to investigate Buddhist thought today, Tibetan language is the best means through which to do it.” He added, “Besides the acquisition of modern education, the preservation of Tibetan language, culture and Buddhism is important.”

Thus keeping this in mind every year in our school we observe ‘Tibet Week’ or ‘Tibet Day’ to promote and preserve the rich culture and heritage of Tibet. This year on ‘Tibet Day’, the Tibetan Committee members organized various programs throughout the day.

The seniors and the junior students had their programs separately. For the senior students they had the Tibetan Debate Contest for class 9, Tibetan Repartee Contest for class 8 and the recitation of love and patriotic poems and songs by the class 10 students.

The junior students started with the singing assembly and they had afternoon program full of dramas and plays.

It was a day full of learning as well as entertainment. Everyone performed extremely well. Good job!

Saturday, 14 October 2017


TCV CHAUNTRA ATHLETIC MEETGames and sports form an integral part of the school curriculum. It is our constant endeavor to involve more and more students to take part in the various games. The academic performance is significant simultaneously the participation in the sports and games is equally important. Participation in the sports provides and builds ones confidence, leadership qualities, team work, provides energy and improves stamina.

TCV CHAUNTRA ATHLETIC MEETThis year in the Inter House Athletic Meet function, for the Chief Guest we are privileged to have the Honorable Secretary, Department of Health (CTA) Mr. Tsegyal Dranyi la and the dignitaries from TCV Head Office, Dharamsala along with the Directors and the Principals of the sister schools.

TCV CHAUNTRA ATHLETIC MEETFor the events, each and every House tried to perform and gave their best but as it is universal that in every competition one wins and one loses so this year Nyatri and Trisong Houses had almost neck to neck competition as compared to the other two Houses namely Songsten and Triral.

Wednesday, 11 October 2017


Falun Dafa or Falun Gong is an advanced practice of Buddha school self-cultivation, founded by Mr. Li Hongzhi, the practice’s master. It is a discipline in which “assimilation to the highest qualities of the universe – Zhen, Shan, Ren meaning Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance (Tolerance) – is the foundation of practice. It is a practice to train our mind, body and soul.

Ms. Chris, a practitioner of Falun Dafa came to our school to introduce the ‘FALUN DAFA’. She told us that it is practiced by many people in the world and this practice was specifically banned in China by the Chinese government. She narrated a bit of its history how it came into existence and how the Chinese government persecuted those who practice Falun Dafa in China. She even taught fine basic exercises of Falun Dafa almost to the whole school. Around more than 800 students and 50 teachers took part in the three sessions she took in a day. It was indeed a new venture for everyone.

Monday, 2 October 2017

Gandhi Jayanti


TCV CHAUNTRA  GANDHI JAYANTIGandhi Jayanti is a national festival celebrated in India to mark the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, who is famously known as the ‘Father of Nation’. It is always celebrated on 2nd October every year all over India. The United Nations General Assembly announced on 15 June 2007 that this day 2nd October to be celebrated as the ‘International Day of Non-Violence’.

In our school too every year we celebrate this ocassion with utmost dedication and sincerity. This year the Chief Guest for the function was Mr. Pyar Chand, the Pradhan of Lower Chauntra. This is basically to build close and better relationship with out Indian brothers and sisters. We presented before him the Hindi Poetry recitation from class 6 to 8, followed by the Hindi patriotic songs by class 9 students. Children and the teachers in charge did wonderful jobs and they made our day.

In the after we did the social work and contributed little in the ‘SWACHH BHARAT ABHIYAN’ promoted by the Indian Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi. The class 8 students went to clean the market and the remaining classes did the campus cleaning in and around our school campus which included our Indian neighbors surrounding too. It was indeed an eventful and meaningful day for every one of us.