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Annual School Rimdro

On 29th of March, the Kelki family had an Annual School Rimdro presided over by Tang Rinpoche. Rinpoche arrived at 7.30 in the morning and all the teachers and general captains were there to welcome the Rinpoche, and around 8:30 am the Rimdro started. Soon after the student’s arrival, they offered tsho and nyender for the well being of all the sentient being. Even the outsiders were there to offer and to receive blessing from the Rinpoche. During the lunch break there were some cultural programs organized by the cultural group. With resuming of rimdro after lunch, all the students and all other people were inside the hall to receive blessing.

During the course of the rimdro, Rinpoche gave insight into three things: Education, Experience and Thoughts, which the students should be thoughtful about, through out their lives. Finally rimdro ended at 4:00 pm with the blessing of Jitsuen Jampelyang, Saraswati (God of Wisdom).


Reported by

Tshewang Lhaden (XII Arts B) & Tashi Choden (XII Arts B)

Basketball Finals for Boys

On the 27th of March 2015, the basketball match was conducted between XII COM B and XII COM F boys.The match started around 12.30 in the afternoon.The students gathered at the basketball court with excitement to witness the match. The games committee invited the young and popular footballers as the chief guest who were once the students of Kelki. Among the guest were Chencho Gyeltshen, Lungtop Dawa, Lhendup and Manoj.

The match was really interesting and at the same time tough. Students cheered up at the top of their voice for their respective teams. The scoring points were almost equal till the third quarter but eventually XII COM B boys were favored and they won the match with five baskets. The match ended with the certificate awarding ceremony. The honours were done by the four chief guest along with our principal. Team captain Sonam ended the day by his few words. He said, “hard work is rewarded at the end”


Reported by,

Tashi Dorji, XII Arts B

Fresher’s Welcome 2015

On 14th March, 2015 class twelve students organized a fresher’s welcome for our new class eleven students. It was fun filled event at which the class twelve students got an opportunity to come up with a variety show. It started with a welcome speech by our English literary captain and then followed by different dance and song items. The event ended to be a very captivating for everyone. The teachers were also equally engaged by leading different responsibilities for the success of the program.


Captains Badge Award 2015

The General Captains 2015 Badge Awarding Ceremony was held on 13th March 2015. The 2014 academic toppers and 2014 class XI class captains were also awarded the prizes and certificates. This is one of the annual events which is marked in a simple manner and yet very special on the auspicious day. The captains were formally awarded their Badge followed by the oath taking.

Honourable Chief Justice, Thimphu High Court, Dasho Sangay Khandu was invited as the Chief Guest. He is also the current chairman for the School Management Board (SMB) members. The day was marked as usual in a simple manner with the morning prayers and national anthem at the assembly ground with the arrival of Chief Guest at 08:45 am.

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Role of Media in SAARC Region

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On 9th March 2015, 26 students (20 class XII class captains, 4 Literary captains and 2 School Captains) accompanied by an escort teacher Mr. Sonam Tshering, attended the program on “Interaction program with editors, Journalists and students for better understanding of the role of media in SAARC region”. The program was held at Namgay Heritage, Thimphu, organized by SAARC Information Centre (SIC) in coordination with the department of information and media. It was a rare opportunity for the students to attend such high level program and get to listen to the interactions on such important issue. The Thromdey office has been kind enough to select Kelki students to attend the program for which the entire student participants remain grateful.

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