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Science and Math Day

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14034714_1249936668372573_633871112598885231_n26th August 2016: TCV Suja’s Science and Math Day of Junior and Senior section concluded successfully on 24th and 26th August respectively.  The day is observed by the Department of Science and Math with lots of hard work and preparation from a month in advance. There were programs like Science and Math Olympaid, projects making, presentations and Math skits.

The senior section Math and Science day began with a presentation in the hall. Mr. Lhundup Namgyal la, the senior Science teacher at TCV Lower Dharamsala was the chief guest. The Head of the Science and math Department, Mr. Tseten Rabgyal la welcomed all and introduced the day. He unveiled this year’s theme “PULSES” among the beautifully adorned stage.

14021692_1249936791705894_7401259493201717704_nAfter that, some of the students of class IX gave a nice presentation on this year theme “PULSES”. Through their presentation, they also shared the utilization of meals and food wastages among the hostels and dormitories. And finally, they persuaded everyone to eat food and not to waste food.

14079895_1249936978372542_4128430517480648778_nThe school Director, Mr. Choeying Dhoundup la spoke on the occasion. He highly appreciated the effort by both the students and the department members for such wonderful presentation. He also reminded the students to put effort on these two subjects also, citing the reasons for the acute shortage of Science and maths professionals in our society. After that, Mr. Lhundup Namgyal was called on the stage to give away the prizes to the students who had excelled in the recently held Science and Math Olympaid.la. He extended his sincere thanks for the school for inviting him as the chief guest. After that, he gave a wonderful and motivating talk to both the teachers and students. He gave his talk on the basis of his long service in TCV School as a teacher. The talk which lasted for little more than half an hour was welcomed with a big applause.

14045970_10208198064003991_1277388700756635448_nAfter the function, light refreshment was arranged for the teachers outside the school staff room. The Chief Guest, Mr. Lhundup Namgyal la, accompanied by the school Director, the Principal and the Department Head inaugurated the Science Exhibition at conference room. The students displayed their models and explained about their models. In the evening, there was a small skit related to Math. The play was very good and revolved around the Congruent Triangle. After the skit there was a small Quiz for the students of class VI to IX. The students and their math teacher had worked so hard. Everybody in the hall had a great learning and learnt the lesson, “It is OK to make Mistakes”. The eventful day concluded with the vote of thanks from the school Principal to all the participating students and the teachers of Science and Math Department.

 

Independence day: Final Match

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photo 115th August 2016: To celebrate India’s Independence Day, the GCT ( Gmeiner Cake Tournament) final match was played among the Men’s and Women’s teams. The football ground was adorned with vibrant colours of Games flags despite the muddy environment due to the torrent rainfall; and the announcement was made welcoming everyone and wishing everyone Happy India’s Independence. A huge crowd and fans had occupied each and every dry space around the ground to show their moral support for their teams.

photo 2The organizers, this time the students of class X had left no stone unturned in making this final match as entertaining as possible by arranging live commentaries and interviews. Like a typical International Games, the teams entered the area with their junior fans following the rhythm of the music. The crowd cheered the teams. The first match was between the Girls’ Never Give Up team and Class XII girls. Both the teams played well and it was 1:1 in the first half. Towards the end, the class XII United scored its final deciding goal and proved themselves the champion. The Never Mind Team could not counter goal and eventually came runners up.

In the men’s category, staff team A played against class XII Boys. Both the teams played really good despite the muddy ground which hampered their performance. The score was same as the women’s team. The first goal came from the class XII united which was equalized by a wonderful goal from Gen Tenzin Palbar from Staff Team A. It was a stale mate game for some time. Very soon, another goal came from Gen Tenzin Palbar again and that was the final deciding goal. Staff team A came out triumphantly beating the Class XII united by one goal.

The award ceremony was held right after that. The school Director and the school Principal who were the chef guest gave away the trophies and medals for both the runners up and the winners. The officials, the ball boys and other helpers were given token of appreciations from the organizers. One of the highest participation programs of the school came out successfully.

All is well that ends well.

Fist PTA Meeting Concludes Successfully

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photo 212th August 2016: Around hundred parents, local guardians, teachers and home parents attended the first Parent Teacher’s Association (PTA) meeting of 2016 held in TCV School Suja. The meeting was arranged in the beautifully decorated hall by the Parent Teacher Association of the school under the leadership of the school Director Mr. Choeying Dhoundup la and the Principal Mr. Karma Sherap Therchin la. The parents and the teachers had a free and frank discussion on each and every student’s overall academic and general performance for the first semester.

photo 3A prior notice was sent to all the parents, relatives and local guardians of the students about the PTA meeting. Accordingly a huge number of dedicated people had made their presence for this very important meeting. The meeting began with Mrs. Sonam Dolkar la, the Chairperson of PTA giving an introductory and key note address about this meeting. The school Director addressed the congregation asking for a stronger and sincere support from the parents and relatives of the students. He also reminded the parents about good parenting and how our negligence could and improper parenting could land one’s child into trouble. The school Principal gave a bird’s eye view of the students’ academic performance in the Summative Assessment I. He spoke highly about the students’ discipline and students ‘stream choices for which parents had huge accountability. He spoke about the new changes that had happened this academic year. He concluded his speech by assuring everyone the full support and dedication from the school staff and heads in giving the best education for the students. A light refreshment was given to all in between.

indexThe parents were also given opportunity to share their views and opinion after that. There was only one from the floor who shared his opinion about the new practice in the school. For the next one hour, the parents and teachers had a vigorous and serious discussion about their students. All the class teachers and subject teachers from both the sections were seated on their chair and the parents met the respective teachers of their child. The parents were found taking seriousness in this interactions. A huge impact was made through this meeting.

PTA has become an important part in each and every school.  The Department of Education, CTA had also made it mandatory to hold such meetings in the schools. Parents are one of the stake holders in children’s education development. For a meaning education, there should be a very good cooperation among the teachers, parents and school administration. As such every year, the school organizes two PTA meetings; one after the SA I and the other soon after the SA II.

TCV President’s Visit

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images11st August 2016: Mr. Thupten Dorjee la, the newly appointed President of overall TCV Schools paid three days’ visit at TCV School Suja as a part of his On-site School visit after being sworn in unanimously as the President of TCV Schools.  He was the General Secretary of TCV Schools prior to his new post. TCV School Suja welcomes and congratulates him.

During his three days’ stay, he met with all the staff and students of the schools. On his first day, he had a meeting with all the Management committee members and the heads of all the different committees of the school. On the second day, he had a meeting with all the Non- Teaching staff members followed by the Teaching Staff. The meeting was held in the school Conference room.

During the meeting, the President addressed the gathering which comprised of the school Director Mr. Choeying Dhoundup la and the Principal Mr. Karma Sherap Therchin la. He categorized his talk into 4 parts; Purpose and aims of his visit; contributions of TCV Schools; achievements of Ama Jetsun Pema la; and most importantly words of encouragement for all the staff members.

imagesOn the very outset, he congratulated all the staff members starting from the school heads to home mothers for producing outstanding class XII CBSE results for two consecutive years. He really had a tough time talking for a long time in one stretch and meeting various people during his visit. There were so many new things we had not heard of especially about how our elder staff members had worked so hard to make TCV reach its present status. Everybody had got a very good bird’s eye view of the contributions and achievements of TCV schools for the last 56 years.

He also reminded the staff members the important contribution each was making in this critical situation of our country by molding the future seeds. There are 22,000 students according to the data collected from Sherig, the Department of Education, CTA out of which 12,000 students are under TCV Schools, in which we all are part of. He further requested everyone not to retreat whatsoever problem they encounter.

During his stay, he visited various departments, classrooms, hostels, libraries etc. He also interacted with some of the staff members during his on campus tour. On the final day, a luncheon was arranged for him along with the Management Committee members. From there, he left for TCV School Chauntra.

 

Parent Teacher Meeting of SA I

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Mr. Tenzin Dorjee la, the headmaster speaking to the gathering of Parent Teacher Association Meeting ( Photo: Gen Jampa Ngawang la )

 1st August 2015: A special meeting and interactive session between the teachers and the parents was called upon in the school auditorium by the school Parent Teacher Association (PTA) at 2:30 pm. A large number of students ‘parents, relatives and local guardian not only attended the meeting but also had a profitable one to one interaction with the concerned class teachers and subject teachers of their child. The school Principal office had already sent a short message to all the parents, relatives and local guardian of the students inviting them for this special Parent Teacher Meeting of Summative Assessment I.

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The school Director and the Principal seen here with the teachers and parents in the school hall (Photo: Gen Tenzin Lhaki la )

The meeting was attended by the school Director, the Principal, Headmasters of both Junior and senior section, teachers, home mothers and wardens apart from the students’ parents, relative and local guardian. The school Headmaster Mr. Tenzin Dorjee la extended a warm welcome to all who had gathered in the hall. He spoke about the importance of this Parent Teacher Meeting. After that, the school Director Mr. Choeying Dhoundup la welcomed the parents on behalf of the school. Speaking on the occasion, he reminded the parents the importance of interacting with their child’s teachers and foster parents and discussing about his or her overall performance in the school; and not merely meeting and giving things to their child. He requested all the parents not to spoil their children by fulfilling all their wishes; and likewise providing them with things that are not allowed in schools and giving eatables which are not allowed in schools. This is not a good parenting and in simple term it is wrong love and care.

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Parents, relatives and local guardian interacting with the teachers (Photo: Gen Jampa Ngawang la )

After that, the school Principal Mr. Karma Sherap Therchin spoke for another half an hour. He presented a bird’s eye view of the overall Summative Assessment I result gradually went into each class’ individual performance. After the result presentation, he spoke highly of all the staff members for their hard work, sincerity and dedication in presence of all the parents gathered there. He reiterated on the importance of support from the parents in molding their children into a good human being. He assured all the parents that the result for the Summative Assessment II would be much better. Finally, he once again thanked all the parents who had considered this meeting important and thus made their presence and requested them to make the best use of this time by interacting with the teachers. Thus, both the school Director and the Principal were unison in convincing the parents once and for all their role in the education of their own child. It was hope that the parents would take more initiative and keep updated about their child’s progress and weaknesses.

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Parents interacting with their children’s teachers during PTA meeting in the school hall ( Photo: Gen Tenzin Lhaki la )

After the Director and Principal’s talk, the parents, relatives and the local guidance interacted with their children’s class teacher and subject teachers. For the next few hours, there was a free and frank interaction between the teachers and the parents. The school PTA had arranged light refreshment for all. The parents and relatives who had come from far and near for this meeting had a quality time and saw and heard their children’s academic and non academic performance up till now. They all looked fully satisfied and contended. The meeting and the interaction fulfilled its purpose and it was a great success. It is hope that more parents will come and take more initiative for the sake of their own child.

Every school has Parent Teacher Association (PTA). For any school to impart a quality and effective education for children, the role of parents play an important role. In fact, the more active the Association is better the education for the children. Everywhere, there is blame game and both the school and the parents blame each other for poor initiative. The Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration had been giving workshops for the parents about the importance of their role in child’s education. Moreover a major Parents’ workshop would be arranged at Dharamsala. It is hope that the relationship between the school and the parents will further improve and bring a positive result in children’s education.

Education Director’s Visit

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Education Director Mr. Sonam Sichoe la talking to the staff members

Education Director Mr. Sonam Sichoe la talking to the staff members

30th July 2015: The newly appointed TCV Education Director Mr. Sonam Sichoe la paid a two-day’ visit at school after his short visit at TCV School Chauntra. The Education Director had been on his Himachal area school visit for the last few weeks after completing his TCV Ladakh visit in early June.

During his visit here, he interacted with the teachers from both the sections. A meeting with the teacher was arranged in the conference hall in the afternoon of 30th July. The meeting was attended both the school Director Mr. Choeying Dhoundup la and Principal Mr. Karma Sherap Therchin la. The Director extended a warm welcome to the

The staff members listening to the Education Director of TCV School

The staff members listening to the Education Director of TCV School

Education Director on behalf of all the staff members of the school. After that, Mr. Sonam Sichoe la, talked for the next one and half hour. He mainly spoke on three main topics; teaching as a noble profession, always trying new methodology and strategy and producing a good result. Apart from these, he shared his personal experience and gave elder brotherly advice and guidance to all. After his talk, there was a brief question and answer session too. Finally, the school Principal thanked the Education Director for his short visit and for giving such valuable talk and guidance.

During his visit, he also met the students in various groups and interacted with them. He talked on the importance of Education, discipline and health etc. He also met the school home mothers and warden and interacted with them. So, the Education Director met both the students and the staff members during his visit here at TCV School Suja. Both the staff and the students had enjoyed the brief interaction with the former school Director and the present Education Director, Mr. Sonam Sichoe la.

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