May 03

The student teachers of Samtse College of Education celebrated the teachers’ day yesterday (2 May) in the auditorium of the college. The hall was filled with colorful balloons fixed beautifully, ribbons on the stage walls and decorative charts displayed with inspiring quotations for the teachers. One of the charts read “Thank you teachers for guiding us and making us what we are today.”

It was a very exciting morning, all the student-teachers made their presence in the hall. They waited for the lecturers to arrive. The hall was full of excitement. “I feel proud to be a part of this celebration as this is the only profession having a day to celebrate and feel great,” said Sonam Yangchen B.ed secondary arts ‘A’.

At around 8; 27 am, a complete silence broke the murmuring crowd as the lecturers arrived. The student teachers stood up respectfully and received them warmly, helping them towards the front row of the seats. After the welcome speech, the officiating director general Mr. Kinzang Gyeltshen, along with all the lecturers lit the butter lamps to mark the day. This was followed by cutting of cake by Gopi sir. Thereafter, Khandu Wang chuck shared the heartfelt wishes sent by the ex-trainees of this college.

The officiating director general in his speech highlighted the importance of role modeling. Karma Deki, B. Ed Secondary Sc. A wished all a ‘Happy Teachers Day.’ This was followed by a short documentary film on the joys of teaching. And then Mr. Gopi Chetri, a senior lecturer of the college was interviewed, in which he expressed that he can never resign from his teaching profession though he might officially retire. He would still continue to teach in whatever ways he could.

At around 10. 15 AM, the cultural show started waited h the song’ Happy Teachers’ Day’ - inspiring and moving. In the mid of the show we were moved to see Mr. K.C Jose with Mrs. Kelzang Palden (Pgde) singing “NGE SEM NGE SEM”. The cultural show continued for more than an hour with varieties of songs and dances. The student-teachers danced with all their expression of joy and happiness. Lecturers and student-teachers enjoyed the Teachers’ Day but the programme came to an end at 12.00, making everyone wish for the show to prolong.

Submitted by SCE Media Team

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Mar 21

B.Ed Primary [Click here]
B.Ed Secondarry Science [Click here]
B.Ed Secondarry Arts [Click here]
 

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Mar 08

B.Ed Secondary and Primary online selection will be held at Paro College of Education on 13th and 14th March 2013. In case of enquiry, please contact the following numbers:
  • Dr. Nandu Giri, Dean of Student Affairs, Tel #05365428
  • Mr. Karma Jurme, B.Ed. Primary, Mobile # 17314100
  • Mr. Dorji Dukpa, B.Ed. Secondary, Mobile #17684063

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Feb 26

The result of the interview for the post of Library Assistant held on 25 February 2013 is as follows:

Citizen IDAcademic (50)Interview (50)Total (100)  Remarks
1151000201227.219.4546.65 
1110400001928.1  Absent
1110800172928.5  Absent
1150900153428.625.253.8 
1151300133728.7  Absent
1140700218427.528.7256.22Selected
1090400300428.3  Absent
1100200203827.728.3556.05 
1151200079728.8  Absent
1181100237730.126.0856.18Stand by

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Feb 20

The Samtse College of Education is pleased to announce the following selection criteria for the Post-Graduate Diploma in Education Program for the self-financed candidates:
  1. Candidate should have a minimum requirement of 45% aggregate in their degree from the RCSC recognized university.
  2. Minimum of 3 years of teaching experience
Selection Criteriaweighting
Academic excellence40%
Interview 
Written30%
Viva30%
Total100%
 
The candidates must produce following documents at the time of the interview:
a.    Academic transcripts of Bachelor’s Degree
b.    Academic transcripts of class XII
c.    Academic transcripts of class X
d.    Two recent passport photographs

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