Second session of Tibet Charity Education Section begins

The second session of Tibet Charity English and Computer classes began on 1st August 2013.

A simple opening function was held in the morning which was attended by the students, volunteers and staff of Tibet Charity.

Ms Rinzin Wangmo, the coordinator of the Education Section welcomed the new students and volunteer teachers. She thanked the volunteers for coming from different parts of the world to offer their valuable service to the Tibetan community in exile. She requested the students to make the best use of their time here and try to learn as much as they possibly can from their highly experienced teachers.

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The volunteers then introduced themselves. Though we will be having five new volunteers for the second session, only two could make it to the function. One of them Ms Gill Wnter from New Zealand has been here twice before and she is here for the third time helping us in imparting valuable knowledge on English language to the students. The reason for coming here for the third time, she said, was because she loved the whole atmosphere here at Tibet Charity. She was full of praise for the students. Ms Magda Ksiasak from Chicago, USA is here for the first time and she said she was eagerly looking forward to meeting the students in the class.

The Director then welcomed the volunteer teachers with traditional Tibetan scarf. He thanked the volunteers for coming here to teach our students and he hoped they will have wonderful time here with Tibet Charity and its students. He requested the students to study well and make their stay here with us worthwhile.

After the formal function, students were read out the general rules and regulations governing the education section of Tibet Charity.

Two girls of our Open Basic Education classes sang songs in the honour of the volunteers and the new students of Tibet Charity Education Section.

We thank Tibet Charity Denmark and Sweden for their kind support because of which we are in a position to carry out this highly beneficial program for the newcomers from Tibet in particular and many other from different parts of Asia in general.

The position of various classes for the secone session are as under:

S.No Classes Strength Class teacher
1.  Super Beginners 11  Ms Rinzin Wangmo
2.  Beginners ‘A’ 25  Ms Rinzin Wangmo
3.  Beginners ‘B’ 20  Mr. Tenzin Kalden
4.  ELementary 25  Ms Magda
5.  Pre-Intermediate 25  Mr. Bernie
6.  Intermediate 20  Mrs. Gill Winter
7.  Upper Intermediate 17  Mrs. Gill Winter
8.  Conversation Class  Ms Julie Goldstern