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Students harvest the fruit of their hard work.

The result for mid-term examination was declared today morning (26/07/2014). Certificates were given to the Stream toppers and the Subject toppers and to award the certificates, we had Mr. Dawa Tenzin, Honorable Secretary of Election Commission of Bhutan as the guest. He is also one of the member of our School Management Board: a representative of the parents. 

The overall topper, one each from class XI and class XII were awarded with the Kelki Crystal Award. Dophu Dorji from XI Commerce ‘A’ and Dawa Nesor from XII Commerce ‘D’ were the recipient of this prestigious award. Dophu Dorji topped Class XI with an aggregate of 79.73% and Dawa Nesor topped Class XII with an aggregate of 80.63%.

CONGRATULATIONS………….! to all the toppers


This is the most prestigious award of our school. It is a rolling trophy given to the over all topper from class XI and class XII. The trophy keeps rotating with the person who tops each examination(Unit Test-I, mid-term, Unit Test-II and Final/trail) unless the topper is the same person. The trophy will be owned by the person who tops all the four examinations. Otherwise the trophy will be retained by the school.
3                                                           Click here to view the details of Stream and Subject toppers.

Mid-term Examination Result

The result for mid-term examination will be declared on Saturday, 26th of July, 2014.

 All the parents/guardians are requested to come personally with their children to collect the result. Results will be given in their respective classrooms by the class teacher. This will give the parents opportunity to interact with the class teacher and know more about the child’s performance.

Students are not encouraged to bring their friends or other’s parents as their guardians/parents. The student’s guardians/parents will be cross checked with the one they have mentioned in their diary.

School Foundation Day

Kelki HSS was established in 1987 as a first private higher secondary school in Bhutan (View School Profile). The founding stone was laid on 5th July 1987. The school celebrated its Silver Jubilee in the year 2012. This year is the 27th year of its  foundation. Though it falls during the summer vacation, the proprietor, principal, vice principals, few teachers and students had gathered in the school to mark the day.

On this very special occasion, the school has initiated a small support for a social cause. The school has identified Nagor Lower Secondary School, Mongar where there are some needy students who even do not have the basic necessities for their schooling. As a token of our love and concern for the destitute, the school will be offering scholarships to 11 students, worth Nu. 1000 each, to each student every year. This amount is offered for the purchase of one set of uniform.

The scholarship will be a part of initiative from a school body called Kelki Social Service Support (KSSS) whose mandate is to cater to the need of our people in our community and in our nation at large. This is supported from Kelki staff contribution, school proprietor and through some fund generating activities. The launch of the scholarship was also attended by the Principal of Nagor LSS who was kind enough to accept the initiative and extended his gratitude for such support. Kelki School looks forward to work on many of such community services in future.

School Sanitation & Hygeine Education Programme

It was such a delightful moment for the students of Kelki to be part of this crucially important discussion, which focuses on a pervasive threat to millions of school children.

Let me begin by thanking our co-hosts SULABH SCHOOL SANITATION CLUB and their sincere effort in a drive to make schools child friendly places, to increase awareness with regard of the negative impact of bad sanitation practices on the environment. Sulabh International is an Indian based social service organization which works to promote human rights, environmental sanitation, non-conventional sources of energy, waste management and social reforms through education. The organization counts 50,000 volunteers. Sulabh International is the largest non-profit organization in India.

On 23rd of June, 50 of us and some teachers stayed back after our exam along with our principal eagerly waiting for the group who came to Bhutan from India. At around 1:30pm the group arrived and all of us entered inside the hall. We had a welcome speech from our principal followed by Mr. Roopak Pathak who was the main member of this club. What really got me during his speech was about cleaning our own toilet and addressing himself as a “Toilet man”.

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Annual School Concert, 2014

Kelki Higher Secondary School’s concert this year took place on 30th of May to 1st of June in the school auditorium and featured a tightly packed but well placed programme of songs and dances covering a wide range of styles.

The two and a half hour show started at 6.30pm and ended at 9pm each day. It gave the assemblage of proud parents, fellow pupils and public a chance to sample some of the work undertaken over the past months by our students and staffs.

Each day the concert opened with the school cultural committee performing the welcome dance which was then followed by a variety of songs and dances such as English, Hindi, Nepali, Tibetan and Dzongkha. The chief guest for the concert was Major Chogyal, one of the Member of School Management Board. The three day concert was a success and it indeed was a true cultural bonanza.