Motithang MSS wins the es­say com­pe­ti­tion which was or­ga­nized by In­dian Em­bassy

Bhutan Times - - Home - Sonam Pen­jor

To se­lect the best of the best amongst the stu­dents and to com­mem­o­rate the 60th Birth An­niver­sary of His Majesty the Fourth Druk Gyalpo of Bhutan, Nehru Wangchuck Cul­tural Cen­tre, Em­bassy of In­dia, Thimphu or­ga­nized an es­say com­pe­ti­tion amongst the Mid­dle and Higher Sec­ondary Schools of Thimphu Thromde on the topic: “His Majesty the Fourth King: Bhutan’s Neigh­bor­hood Pol­icy”.

The es­say com­pe­ti­tion was con­ducted on the spot on 3rd Novem­ber, 2014 and dur­ing the com­pe­ti­tion, a to­tal of 143 stu­dents from 12 schools par­tic­i­pated in the es­say com­pe­ti­tion.

Dur­ing the award cer­e­mony, the In­dian Am­bas­sador to Bhutan, His Ex­cel­lency Gau­tam Bam­bawale said, the Em­bassy of In­dia in Bhutan was very im­pres­sive with the high qual­ity of es­say that has been re­ceived from over 140 par­tic­i­pants in the com­pe­ti­tion.

“This speaks the vol­ume of about stu­dents and their abil­ity at Schools in Thimphu”, he added.

He fur­ther added that to­day while we will have few win­ners, all of the par­tic­i­pants must re­mem­ber that each and ev­ery one who par­tic­i­pated in this es­say com­pe­ti­tion and many of you who are present in this cer­e­mony had ev­ery chances of win­ning this com­ple­tion.

“The ex­cel­lent qual­ity of es­say that we re­ceived have also speaks that the qual­ity of ed­u­ca­tion in Bhutan”, said the Am­bas­sador.

He fur­ther said that the very fact that ed­u­ca­tion re­ceives such high pri­or­ity in Bhutan.

Tsh­er­ing Yang­zom, a Class XI Sci­ence stu­dent from Yangchen­phug Higher Sec­ondary School who re­ceived the third prizes said that to­day she is very happy to re­ceive such prizes and she doesn’t have par­tic­u­lar words to ex­press my feel­ing at this mo­ment.

“I am very happy that I am one of the prize re­cip­i­ent and I would like to thank the In­dian Em­bassy for or­ga­niz­ing such com­pe­ti­tion and again I would like to thank to my par­ents and to my teach­ers for giv­ing me full support”, she added.

She fur­ther added that, “I am very happy to be one of the prize re­cip­i­ent but for me what is more im­por­tant is the par­tic­i­pa­tion” and she sug­gested that ev­ery­one to par­tic­i­pate in the com­pe­ti­tions than what­ever it is par­tic­i­pa­tion is more im­por­tant than the win­ning.

While, first prize for the es­say com­pe­ti­tion was taken away a cash prize of Nu. 25,000 by Mr. Ngawang Gyelt­shen, a Class XII stu­dent from Motithang Higher Sec­ondary School, sec­ond prize was taken away a cash prize of Nu. 15,000 by Ms. Kinga Tashi Wangmo, a class IX stu­dent from Motithang Higher Sec­ondary school and third prizes was taken away a cash prizes of Nu.10,000 by Ms. Tsh­er­ing Yang­zom, a class XI stu­dent from Yangchen­phug Higher Sec­ondary School.

Be­sides that, Nu 4,000 each as a con­so­la­tion prize win­ner was awarded to five par­tic­i­pants.

Mean­while, the prize dis­tri­bu­tion func­tion for the win­ners was held on 3rd De­cem­ber 2014 at the In­dia House and the His Royal High­ness Dasho Ji­gyel Ugyen Wangchuck graced the oc­ca­sion.

Mr. Ngawang Gyelt­shen of Moth­ithang HSS won the 1st Prize in the es­say com­pe­ti­tion or­ga­nized by the Em­bassy of In­dia on the topic: “His Majesty the Fourth King : Bhutan’s Neigh­bor­hood pol­icy “

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from Bhutan

© PressReader. All rights reserved.