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Saturday, May 30, 2015

Spiritual awareness programme at Chujachen Sr. Sec. School


Keeping in view the degrading moral values among young generations, their  involvements  in drug abuse and increasing  suicidal tendency a spiritual awareness programme  was organised at Chujachen Sr. Sec. School, east Sikkim on May 29.  The programme was organised by  Chujachen  School  in the initiative of Government and HRD Department and monitored by Joint Director, HRDD East.
The programme was attended by Hoh’ble MLA, 20  Chujachen cum Chief Whip Bikram Pradhan, Hon’ble Adhakshya East District Zilla Panchayat  Bimal Dawari, Joint Director HRDD East Sonam Denzongpa , SDM Rongli  Narendra Chettri, Dy Director HRDD  Rongli Sub-Division Dorjee Sherpa, GVA Regu Sabindra Rai, Coordinator Krishna Pd. Dawari, Panchayats, SMDC, SMC, local youths, and  Principal, Staff and students.
The programme started with lighting of lamp followed by welcome address by Principal of the School Tashi Topgey Bhutia.
Joint Director HRDD,  East  highlighted   on the importance of the programme and introduced resource person  Rohit Raj Maharaj. He informed that such awareness programmes are being conducted in other Senior Secondary Schools also. 
Hon’ble Area MLA cum Chief Whip urged the students to maintain positive life skills and  made the gathering aware about the different schemes  of state government on educational sector. He also declared to provide a financial assistance of Rs 50000/ for Volleyball Court development of the school. The   Hon’ble Adhakshya EDZP also addressed the gathering.
Through power point presentation, the resource person made the gathering aware about the importance of human values, harmful effects of drug abuse and its control,  growing  suicidal tendency among youth- reasons and its control through spiritual enlightenment. 
During the programme the School also felicitated the resource person Maharaj for his selfless service  for orienting youths towards the right path.    
The programme was conducted by Radhika Sharma and concluded with the vote of thanks by Pramod Pradhan PGTs of the school. After the Programme Hoh’ble MLA along with Hon’ble Adhakshya, Rohit Raj Maharaj and Officers laid foundation stone of Volleyball court at the school premises.

Sunday, May 24, 2015


The mason training for Wok (Sikkip) Gram Vikash Kendra (GVK) was held in 18th, 19th and 20th of May 2015 in each of its Gram Panchayat Unit (GPU) viz Wok - Omchu GPU, Sanganath GPU & Lamaten-Tingmoo GPU, respectively. 
From each GPU 20 masons attended the training. The Chief Guests for the training were the Panchayat from respective GPU namely Udeep Rai, Man Maya Rai and Mingma Sangay. The facilitators of this training were Assistant Engineer and the Junior Engineers of Wok (Sikkip) GVK. The masons were given the construction handbook. They were briefed about IAY/CMRHM houses and also the detail explanation of earthquake resistant feature & correct construction procedure and different stages involved in construction of houses like REDRH and CMRHM were given. They were detailed about the quality of materials to be used for construction.
The training was success and it concluded with the distribution of certificates, Traveling Allowances and Lunch.

Saturday, May 23, 2015

Stamps on Bio Diversity displayed as Sikkim observes International Day for Bio-diversity

International Day for Bio-diversity for the year 2015 was observed by the Forest Department at Star Hall, Gangtok. Seeds and Stamp collection on Bio diversity theme was the highlight of the day.  Shri S.Rao, Secretary Forest and Wildlife was the Chief Guest on the occasion.
Ganesh Pradhan, Shital Pradhan, Padam Parajuli and Deepen Pradhan from Sikkim Philatelic Society had displayed four frames of philatelic exhibits on Biodiversity. 

Sunday, May 03, 2015

Rongli JHS organised donation drive for Nepal

Rongli: 3rd May 2015: Government JHS, Rongli under 20 Chujachen Constituency organised a day long Donation collection to suport earthquake victims for Nepal on 2nd May 2015. An amount of Rs. 19,132 was collected on the donation drive rally while one day teacher’s salary of 15,282 was also collected in from the school. The total amount of 34,414 shall be handed over to AEO, HRDD, Regu GVK, reads the press release. Ganesh Kumar Chettri, Headmaster of the school had thanked every individual involved for the noble cause.
The day started with the two minute prayers held at the school in presence of Headmaster, Teachers and Students. Students started with their individual contribution that was put into the donation box thereafter they participated in the door to door donation drive rally. People came forward to support the drive by contributing donation.

Singtam Boxing Club enjoys success at State Level Boxing championship

SINGTAM, MAY 3: Singtam Boxing Club, a three year old boxing club had a dream run at the recently concluded 14th State Level Boxing championship that was held at Sonamati Memorial Government SSS, Khamdong. The boxers from SBC went on to win Sub-Junior Girls Championship while they stood second at the Sub-Junior Boys Championship.
Pritam Shilal, coach of Singtam Boxing Club has said his young boxers went on to win 17 medals that included six gold, four silver and seven bronze medals. It was a great achievement that Pratik Chettri and Kumari Sanyasi, my students were adjudged Best Boxer of the tournament in boys and girls category, added the proud coach. Shilal further added, his success does not stop here. My next goal would be to produce winners from those who missed gold medals this time. Nevertheless I am happy that their efforts and hard work are paying off, said Shilal.
Shilal is the former two times bronze medalists at National Sub Junior Championship but his fatal knee ligament injury during India Camp in 2009 ended his promising career. Since then for the last three years, he had been training the young boys and girls into boxing.
Sunny Kr. Bhagat, the team captain of Singtam Boxing Club who won the gold in 63 kg category said, he owes his success to his coach and his family. I am also thankful towards my school, Government Secondary School Singtam for supporting me. I am happy that last year I had won bronze and this time it is gold. There were 198 boxers from different parts of the state in the competition and I feel that Sikkim has a bright future ahead in this sport, Sunny added.
The medalist from Singtam Boxing Club were : Gold: Nisha  Subba, Kumari Sanyasi, Sunaina Bardewa, Pratil Chettri, Anand Chettri, Sunny Kr. Bhagat; Silver: Taran Pradhan, Madan Rai, Laxuman Rai, Som Maya Subba; Bronze: Ravi Darjee, Bikash Lal Pandit, Sradha Rai, Sushma Tamang, Anuka Rai, Prayash Rai, Pawan Singh Darnal

Friday, May 01, 2015

Sisney Primay School organized Retired Farewell progamme

Rongli. May 1: Sisney Primary School under 14 Premlakha-Subhaney GPU of 20th Chujachen Constituency organized farewell programme of RB Moktan, retired headmaster of Sisney Primary School on 28th April 2015. Dojee Sherpa, Deputy Director, HRDD, Regu GVK was present as a chief guest along with TT Bhutia, Principal Chujachen SSS, Deepak Rai, AEO, HRDD, Regu GVK, Retired Headmaster, RB Moktan, Ganesh Kumar Chettri, Headmaster Rongli JHS, other schools headmasters, Panchayats, RDAs, Students, SMC, general public.
Programme started with the welcome song by the students of Sisney Primary School and Nabin Chandra Dhungel, Headmaster welcomed the gathered.
Gathered guests and others offered khadas to retired headmaster. TT Bhutia, Principal Chujachen SSS told that he had worked as a primary teacher under his headmastership and learned much more under his guidance. He also told that he is retired not tired and he present felicitation certificate to RB Mokhtan.
School Family felicitated RB Mokhtan by offering shawl and certificate from the hand of chief guest for his continuous service at Sisney Primary School. While speaking on the programme, RB Mokhtan told that he enjoyed teaching. He served 39 years of his service in HRDD.
Chief Guest Dorjee Sherpa told the gathered that he was also a student and shared his experience duing his student life. Students and ex students performed dance and songs were sang to entertained the programme. Vote of thanks was given by DN Pradhan while master of ceremony was the BL Sharma.

Inter-House Cultural competition held at Aritar SS

SINGTAM, MAY 1: Aritar Secondary School held Inter-House Cultural competition at the school premise on April 29. The competition was part of the activity calendar for the year 2015.
The theme of the cultural activity was based on nepali folk songs. All the four houses that included Tiger House, Snow-lion House, Dragon House and Eagle House presented their colourful presentation amidst a whooping crowd that had teachers, students and local people.
Speaking on the occasion, H.N.Shenga, Headmaster of the school briefed the students about the importance of extra-curricular activity. He further said that Aritar SS had always been a champion in the cultural activity and the students had brought laurels to school by bagging first prizes in various cultural competition held in and around the constituency. He urged more new faces to be given chances in the school activities. Further, he also put forth his view point to work collectively for the overall development of the school and students.
Shreya Pradhan, the member of House Activity Conducting Committee assured that the committee is leaving no stone unturned to make Inter -House completion, a competitive in spirit. She shared her happiness over the students as more n more students were taking part in the Competition.

GS Sakyong Chisopani JHS joins hand for Nepal Earthquake Relief

SINGTAM, MAY 1: Generous Students Sakyong Chisopani JHS,East Sikkim student forum of Sakyong Chisopani JHS had extended a support to the ongoing Nepal Earthquake Relief. The students had collected clothes, shoes, slippers, bed sheets and others from the Chisopani village that had been handed over to the team from Singtam that will be leaving for Nepal. Overall, nine cartoons of clothes had been collected.
Mahesh Dahal, Headmaster of the school had said, in an hour of deep grief we all humanity should come together and help the people of Nepal. We cannot remove their pain but we all can come together and help them re-live their life, added Dahal.