A group of teachers from the above mentioned school visited Ugyen Academy in Punakha on 11thNovember as a part of Teachers’ Exchange Program. They were on a four days exchange program. They were from varied teaching backgrounds such as Physics, Chemistry, Biology, English, Hindi and Physical Education. During their four day stay, they had extensive interaction with the students of Classes IX and XI.
They were very happy and overwhelmed at the decent and sincere behavior of the students. They commented that the students were very simple and humble and intelligent too. They also interacted with the teachers sharing about their education system, problems and challenges.
On the last day, they were awarded with the “Be Your Best” badges as a token of appreciation and gratitude for having come all the way from Kanpur, India, to have exchange program. Before leaving, they invited Ugyen Academy teachers to visit their school as a part of Teachers’ Exchange Program.
Seth Anandram Jaipuria School is a co-educational school in Kanpur, India, founded in 1974. It follows the Anglo-Indian system of education. It has been ranked the Best School in the city by Education World Survey 2016.
The Annual Subject Exhibition was held on 7th October for the academic year of 2017. Classes XII and X were involved in the exhibition centralised on the theme 'Small is Beautiful'. Subject exhibition is an important academic activity, emphasising more on the goals of 'Learning by doing'. It is a part and parcel of school's culture which provides an avenue for students to exhibit their academic innovation and talents. The annual event brought in an unxpected pool of students intereacting, comprehending, interrogating and analysing on the respective subjects. What astonished the expectators was the integrity shown by students, the inquisitive nature that was never anticipated and the role played by students as tutors for eachother. With unbeatable level of creativity and innovation displayed on Saturday, the subject exhibiton stretched two days straight and concluded on Monday. We congratulate all the students and teachers for the successful running of the exhibition and look forward to the same level of energy and enthusiasm.