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As the year 2013 drew to a close, we start reflecting on the events of 2012 and start pondering through chains of questions like – Was the year fun? Or was it challenging? How did I make it through?  Who helped me and will I ever be able to pay it forward? The questions will go on and on until you deliberately settle for satisfactory answers!

For me, as we draw the curtains on the year 2012, I feel deeply proud of the many accomplishments and successes of all our staff and students throughout the year. Under the dynamic leadership of the school captains students have demonstrated relentless pursuit of excellence through high degree of self-directed learning and discipline. They have made noticeable improvement in both scholastic achievement and co-scholastic involvement which triggered creative stimulation in us to explore some new initiatives. We lounged new school blog that received honest appreciations from hundreds of users. Engaged home/hostel mothers into the system of collaborative, continuous and comprehensive evaluation of their children. More efficient home-wise garbage management system was introduced to reaffirm our commitment to reduce, reuse and recycle as a Green School. Paper recycling team was formed within the Eco-Shenpen group. Periodical morning and evening English extempore debate and Tibetan dialectic sessions popularized. An ambitious program of review + upgrading of existing TCV minimum learning standards appropriate to our school was initiated.  Student initiated panel discussions was accepted. All these creative initiatives involved time and effort by our staff and students and I am truly grateful to them all. To be honest, I always feel privileged of working with such a dedicated, creative and caring staff members.

Duke Tsering

About TCV School, Selakui

TCV School, Selakui

After having obtained the necessary approval from the State Authorities and forming a construction team, work started in August 2001. The school which has a capacity for 500 children is located in the vicinity of some of the best schools in India thereby have some apparent advantages. As originally planned admission to this school is based selectively on merit and open to Tibetan students from different schools in exile. Mr. Duke Tsering, a former student of TCV, Dharamsala who was a senior teacher was appointed as its first Headmaster.

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