Academics

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  • Results
  • Leadership
  • Curriculum
  • Departments

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Various activities, programs and curriculums of the months; March, April, May.

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CBSE Board Result of 2022  

School Pass % = 100

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Design

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Curriculum

 

  • Computer Science
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Chemistry
  • Biology
  • Languages
  • Social Science
  • History
  • Political Science
  • Riglam ( Tibetan Dialect)
  • Music
  • Visual Art
  • Physical Education
  • Career Counseling
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Departments

 

Department of Science

Department of Mathematics

Department of Cultural and Tibetan Languages

Department of English Languages

Department of Arts, Computer, PE, Library and Counseling

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Academic Ethos

The TCV School Selakui’s academic ethos focuses on encouraging its students to utilize their talents, and develop their intellectual and creative interests so that they remain interesting and interested young men for the rest of their professional and personal lives.

This year marks the [total_year] year journey of our school towards excellence. The journey on which hundreds of stakeholders left their imprints of innocent-wild dreams, pulsating-noble actions and fascinating mixed emotions to express and to expose the explicit reality of our robust curriculum loaded with creative opportunities and academic challenges appropriately suited for intellectually adventurous students and teachers. The journey was’t uniformly reassuring. It was more of a roller-coaster ride with series of exciting ascents and the moments of bleak descents but we kept steadfast all along. Our clear vision, unwavering commitments and persistent resilience kept us moving ahead. As a result we were able to acquire following wisdoms:

  1. Learning needs to be joyful yet challenging;
  2. Compassion is the key to solving problems of unsatisfied students and staff;
  3. Vision devoid of ethical values is vulnerable;
  4. Age-appropriate curriculum designing is worth investing;
  5. Self-directed learning is worth encouraging;
  6. Age-appropriate experiential learning must be in the top priority;
  7. Need to assimilate value education and life skills across all curriculum;
  8. Development of skills should be treated more important than learning facts & and figures;
  9. Smart use of ICT (Information communication technology) will significantly enhance students’ learning;
  10. Quality learning requires quality time and quality time needs quality planning;
  11. Intrinsic motivation is more reliable than extrinsic motivation in helping students become transformational leaders;
  12. Learning to ask intelligent question is more valuable than regurgitating memorized answers;
  13. Creative planning, clear communication, collaborative effort, critical evaluation and character development are the five key skills required to navigate successfully through 21st century tempest!

A Commitment to Excellence

The Champion School aims at offering all our students a broad and balanced curriculum that provides rewarding and stimulating activities to prepare them for the best social and cultural life.
Whether it is our books or hands-on training, we make sure each student gets personal attention to cope up and flourish in every subject for better scores and a brighter future.