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Exam Wishes

Annual examination for class 9 and 11 starts from 14th - 26th November 2018. We would like to wish all our students best of luck. As well to class 10 and 12 students who are appearing board exam.


Date: 13/11/2018

Celebrating 63rd Birth Anniversary of His Majesty 4th Druk Gyalpo

Celebrating our Monarch’s 63rd Birthday and bidding farewell to our out going class 12 students.


Date: 13/11/2018

Best student of the year and class

Two star classes of the year: XII Arts (Class teacher- Lopen Karma Gayleg) in senior category and X F (Class teacher- Lopen Sangay Penjor) in junior category.

Special award for our School captain, Ngawang Dorji: The best volunteers’ award.

Best students of 2018: Tshering Dorji of XII Sc C and Sonam Choki of XII Sc B in senior category. While Karma Tshering Phuntsho of X A and Sonam Eden X E in junior category. It is not a coincidence that they won the best students of the year. They have to compete with many other nominees to come on top without much hue and cry, based on the set criteria (such as achievements in academic, sport, recommendations from staff, EBA , special achievements, other achievements and SUPW record).


Date: 12/11/2018

Non-academic award day

Non-academic awards for the year 2018 was successfully concluded today by awarding certificates and trophies to all the winners. The learning for students in any school does not limit to bookish knowledge alone, rather it encompasses wide range of other co-curricular activities too. Our education system is purely wholesome in nature where students get opportunity to learn, excel and exhibit their talents in various other activities besides academic. Different student have aptitude and capabilities in different fields. Thus, to acknowledge their inbuilt talents and genuine interest in various fields or activities (besides academic) such special awards day was observed every year. Congratulations to all winners.


Date: 12/11/2018

Khenpo Ugyen from Dudro Rawang Tshogpa

Prayer of Refuge (shelter or protection from danger or trouble). MA NAM KHA DANG NYAM PE SEM CHEN TAM CHE LAMA SANGYE RINPO CHE LA KYAP SO CHE WO.
Meaning :- I pray that all motherly sentient beings, countless as space, take refuge in the precious lama, inseparable from the Buddha. Buddhists believe that all those animals we see today have served as our mother countless time in our past previous life. Thus, we have to be mindful while eating meat.
Today Khenpo Ugyen from Dudro Rawang Tshogpa gave talk to our students about showing selfless love and unstinting compassion towards all animals and reduce meat consumption. He stated that all animals or sentient beings are desperately seeking peace and comfort like us. None of them likes being tortured or hurt or killed. Khenpo also explained about animals, being tortured and killed for meat and, how we can save such animals by becoming vegetarian or at least reducing the meat consumption.
After Khenpo's talk, madam Principal further corroborated the Khenpo's ideology by emphasising how our students can reduce the meat intake to show compassion towards animal. In addition, madam mentioned about repeated sicknesses and other recurring miseries we undergo because of negative karma accumulated through eating too much meat.
Show your love and compassion to all sentient beings. Although they are speechless, but have same feeling like us.


Date: 10/11/2018

High tea for toppers of 2018 trial

They are the creams of pedagogy, epitome of academic learning, quintessence of highly refined brain, idols of every teacher and undying hopes of our school. They are not just good in academic but in attitude and behavior too. They are so called 'down to the earth' in behavior. They have devoted all their time in studies. They are the winners till date.
"Winners Don't Do Different Things, They Do Things Differently. Winners Always Put In the Extra Effort Even When It Hurts".- Shiv Khera.
They never became toppers because of overnight or last minute preparation. They were here today all because of exceptionally excellent habits that they have cultivated within themselves right from the beginning of the year. Congratulations to all the toppers of X and XII.
Continue working to the maximum possible extent and wear the crown of success even in final board exam.


Date: 9/11/2018

Diwali lunch

Diwali, Deepavali or Dipavali is the Hindu festival of lights, which is celebrated every autumn or early winter. One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, Diwali symbolizes the spiritual "victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance".
Hinduism and Buddhism are two religions that continue to co-exist within the same territories or regions of many parts of the world since from 500 B.C to the present. This is because there are many common practices and beliefs between the two besides having many common deities (though worshipped in different names). Thus, even amongst the believers of two religions, there exist mutual affection and strong bond of unbreakable connection since from the beginning.
Thank you very much to all our Lhotsham friends for showering upon us with the kind gesture of friendship and unity.’


Date: 8/11/2018

Second annual school rimdo

Second annual school Rimdo was conducted today in our MP hall. Rimdo literally means service. Rimdro comprises rituals, ceremonies and practices, which are undertaken for innumerable purposes including elongating life, overcoming illness, accumulating wealth, having good harvest, successfully finishing projects and overcoming hindrances.
Some rimdos are calendar events and undertaken seasonally or annually while others are observed as and when necessary arises. Today's rimdo was conducted mainly to make our students prosper and succeed in wide range of fields, focusing primarily on their health and wellbeing (including their academic challenges).
Students also hoisted prayer flags in and around prime location of our school campus today. This will further increase their karmic merits, besides removing various unanticipated pitfalls and lurking obstacles of life.
No human can escape from jaws of death, clutches of old age and grip of sickness and misfortunes. However, we Buddhists have a way to postpone death, peacefully embrace old age, overcome or minimise sickness and other misfortunes. We do it mainly through all such sacred performing or rituals like rimdo, which further paves better way forward into next life too. Thus, such timely rimdos cannot be ignored or stopped.


Date: 7/11/2018

Winners in Dzongkha literary activities

They are our prize winners in Dzongkha literary activities. It is important to learn various other languages, especially international language ( English) that has universal application. But first we must give top priority to our own national language and only than to other languages.
We must embrace our national language with zeal and zest, and continue using it for all ages to come. National language is also one of the most important intangible cultural heritage. The responsibility of preserving it for generations to come fall on all of us.
Congratulations to all winners. You all are jewels of our school and pride of our nation.


Date: 6/11/2018

Staff picnic

"Coming together is the beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success". -Henry Ford.
Today our annual school staff picnic for the year 2018 ended successfully with endless joy, immeasurable excitement and illimitable fun from morning till evening. Though little further, but further the better picnic spot was unanimously choosen by all our staff, away from all incessant cacophonies of bustling urban site.
All programmes for today's picnic were flawlessly planned in advanced and ideally implemented since yesterday. All members of our team were instrumental in bringing perfection for today's lively and joyful gathering. We are all praying from deep within even for the over all success of our 2018 academic year, along with the success of our students too. Let us hope by keeping fingers crossed that all mighty supreme being will not negate us by nullifying our prayers and wishes.


Date: 3/11/2018

Field trip

Our students from class X D paid a visit to the UN House located at Kawajangsa, yesterday escorted by Sir Phuntsho Norbu, to learn about the greening initiative inside the UN House compound. The UN House was constructed in 2013 over an area of 6151.22 square meters. Some of the greening initiatives undertaken at the UN House are as follows:

1. Solar GRID system
2. Solar Heating System
3. Rain Water Harvesting
4. Paper Recycle
5. Hybrid Cars
7. Plastic Bottle Water Reduction.


Date: 31/10/2018

Meeting with captains

"People need to be reminded more often than they need to be instructed.” ― Samuel Johnson.
So far so good with less disciplinary issues but doesn't mean will not arise hereafter, especially when the year is ending and students are stressed with exam phobia.
Human beings are not only working machines but also forgetting beings. Thus, timely reminding is indispensable for all irrespective of age, gender, rank and status but should be receptive. Hence, today's meeting with captains and school administration was mainly to remind captains about their responsibilities.
Today's meeting was spearheaded by madam Tshering Zangmo(VP academic ), currently officiating principal(since madam Principal was out of the station). Members present were madamTshering Zangmo(vp academic ), Lop.Laekee (vp SSD and co-curricular)and sir Kencho Tobgyal(Secretary of SSD) and all captains from class XI.
Madam Tshering reminded captains about school disciples, toilet issues, haircut, late comers and dress issues.
Sir Kencho Tobgay also reminded them about curbing disciplinary problems. He also informed captains about observing a day about bullying (especially with reference to types, causes and impact with dramatisation along with in-between question-answer session) in the beginning of new academic year 2019).
Lop.Laekee too further reminded captains about controlling disciplinary issues especially playing in classroom, using gadgets and also zero tolerance to bullying in school campus.
Captains too raised various issues on academic and other cocurricular related.


Date: 27/10/2018

Inter-Thimphu Thromde Higher Secondary School's poster competition

Our school stood 2nd position in the Inter-Thimphu Thromde Higher Secondary School's poster competition on the theme, "Zero Hunger is Possible by 2030" (held by SAP on 16.10.18 on the occasion of celebrating World Food Day Programme at NRDCL hall). Team workwith equally dedicated and diligent or painstaking team members always succeed and thus, 'TEAM' is acronym that stand for "Together Everyone Achieve More". Congratulations to all those students for taking initiatives, coming up with innovative ideas and winning the 2nd position.


Date: 26/10/2018

Inter-Thromde Tsangmo Competition

Tsangmo is an folk literary composition popular in central and eastern Bhutan. It is similar to Lozey in its poetic composition but is distinguished by the difference in the tune and manner in which it is recited. Like Lozey, this can also be divided into friendly, confrontational, joyous and melancholic types. Our students exhibited their remarkable talent, mesmerising entire audience at clock tower on 13.10.18. Congratulations to all participants for your amazing performance.


Date: 14/10/2018

Panel discussion by class XI

Panel discussion by class XI on two topics. Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel’s Legacy on Modern Bhutanese Society and Preparing for Future Work Force.
To bring out our students’ innate potentials and capabilities, we organize numerous Literary activities and Panel Discussion is one of them. Watch our students performing with confidence and knowledge. Kudos to the team for organizing and executing with such finesse.


Date: 11/10/2018

World Mental Health Day

10 October is observed as World Mental Health Day every year. This year the theme is “Young People and Mental Health in a Changing World”.
To mark the day we invited guest speakers from JDWNRH: Mr. Ugyen, counsellor at JDWNRH and Ms. Jody a visiting counsellor from US. WHO states that half of mental illness begins by the age of 14 but most cases go undetected and untreated. Because of the fast changing world around adolescence and the early years of adulthood such as change of schools, jobs, competition to excel in studies and place of living to name a few. Ms. Jody therefore suggests that we keep track of five things: EAT, SLEEP, MOVE, CONNECT and MONITOR at all times. We must eat on time, have minimum 8 hours of sleep and exercise. We must communicate and connect with people around us and monitor for a sound mental health.
Watch what more she has to say. Let’s all pledge to EAT, SLEEP, MOVE, CONNECT and MONITOR for healthy mental health. We would like to thank Mr. Ganesh, our counsellor for making it possible.


Date: 5/10/2018

Certificate of appreciation

A certificate of appreciation was awarded to the owner of GRC for the donation of zhue(ritual fillings) for cheshom worth of 4 lakhs. We would like to thank and acknowledge such a great pious buddhist for unstinting charity he gave for religious cause as well as for the cause of our school.
Tibetan Buddhists believe that a Buddha statue is only an empty shell unless it is properly filled and consecrated. Therefore, new Buddha statue should be filled with the required materials and then consecrated by a qualified guru. As a result, statue will be aesthetically pleasing and it will also bring us blessings when we see it. These are the great blessings of the enlightened body, enlightened speech and the enlightened mind.
We are still looking for more donations both in cash and kind for the consecration and completion of our new Choeshom in new academic building.


Date: 5/10/2018

Choebum (buddhist canon) recitation

Choebum (buddhist canon) recitation in our MP hall by Monks, students, Dzongkha lopens and madam Principal herself, for the welfare of all our students in particular and also for the benefit of entire sentient beings of the universe in general.


Date: 29/09/2018

Awareness campaign conducted by RUB

Awareness campaign conducted by RUB official for our senior students about the availability of various options and scopes after class XII. Their wise decision may play pivotal role in choosing the good university after XII plus but getting enrolled will be leveraged by their XII board exam mark. They all have to compete with students of entire nation for the any in or ex-country limited scholarship available with RUB.
Time flies: the clock is ticking, the hours are going by. The past increases, the future recedes. Possibilities decreasing, regrets mounting and now only three months are left for them to be with us. Some of them are with us for four years and others for two years. We know many of them in depth and we can vouch on them that they will not only become great leaders but selfless good human beings encrusted with great values.


Date: 28/09/2018

Mock drill

Mock drill for earthquake was successfully conducted today, spearheaded by coordinators, lop. Sangay Penjor and madam Nanda. They briefed our students with all the necessary 'dos and don'ts' before, during and after earthquakes. Students were also made fully aware about the evacuation area during such unexpected disasters. Disaster like earthquakes are never predicted and it comes without warning, often causing unimaginable destruction to the life and properties. Thus, remaining prepared should be given maximum priority, with all necessary precautions and techniques to avoid the hassles of such disaster.
Bhutan being located in the subduction zone of two major plates(Eurosian plate from north and Indian Sub-Continent plate from south), earthquake are likely to happen at any time (since these two place are still moving towards each other).


Date: 12/09/2018

Farewell bidding for trainees

We are fortunate to get highly dedicated, well behaved and polite trainee who are all great teachers in making or so called budding great teachers. Every students they taught for this one and a half month have become great admirer of their teaching strategies and doesn't want to miss them.
There is common saying "proof of pudding lies in eating" and, similarly the proof of their teaching lies in the understanding of the subject by our students. Our students are all in favour of their teaching strategies since everyone are crystal clear of what they have taught.
They also helped and contributed in all other extra curricular activities equally like other regular teachers. Thank you very much to all the wonderful trainees.


Date: 7/09/2018

Annual concert

Our annual school concert was conducted on 1st and 2nd September. Every participant passionately exhibited their remarkable talent with great agility, mesmerizing entire audience. They have entertained the audience to the fullest by keeping them glued to their seats from beginning till end. Another pioneering face-lift in this year's concert was jaw dropping backdrops with beautiful eye-catching scenes and effects.


Date: 4/09/2018


Class XI students, along with students from Early Learning HSS and Changangkha MSS attended a program conducted by group of faculties from Jindal Institute of Behavioral Sciences, Sonepat (Delhi NCR), Haryana, India. They are here mainly to 'put a bug in our student's ear'(give hint) about the nature and scope of Jindal Institute of Behavioral Sciences.

Afternoon class XII students got an opportunity to attend a talk on nature and scope of IELTS by senior faculties from Delhi based British Council. IELTS (The International English Language Testing System) is an international standardized test of English language proficiency for non-native English language speakers.


Date: 23/08/2018

Academic meeting with parents

"Stitch in time saves nine". Meaning: it's better to spend a little time and effort to deal with a problem right now than to wait until later, when it may get worse and take longer to deal with. Unlike in the past years, this year our administration did a wonderful job by calling a meeting in advance comprising of low performing students themselves, their parent, class teacher and even subject teachers. The main motive of calling for such meeting was to help students to improve their performance by investigating and addressing problems or challenges that hinder their progress. They are all good students with great potentially but have some obstacles hindering their progress in academic performance. Such meeting will help to improve the overall performance of students since their issues will be addressed collaboratively by teacher and parent together.
Both students and parents have given their commitment to do best. School administration too has documented such commitments. Thus, henceforth, school will make necessary monitoring and observation over such students by giving additional care and support. We are all eager to see a drastic change in terms of improvements in their academic performance.


Date: 18/08/2018

Golden Youth first runner up

Karma Tshering Phuntsho of X A was the first runner up (2nd position)in the Golden Youth Award of 2018, held during summer vacation. He was awarded certificate along with medal. He is also one of the proactive members of very gracefully agile and popular band called 'Druk Driglam Boys'. We are all very proud to have among us such a highly talented student like Karma. Thank you very much for making us all proud, bringing trophy to our school and adding another star in fame and status of our school.


Date: 17/08/2018

Certificates of good human beings

Certificates of good human beings were awarded to candidate of every class today. Every class has unanimously nominated one of their fellow class members as a candidate of good human being for the first term. Usually to fulfill as good human being, one most possess intrinsic or in-built qualities of kind, gentle, friendly, unselfishness, honest, cooperative, helpful, hard working, dedicated, dutiful, sincere, well behaved, and decent and many other good and invaluable traits. They all possess such highly invaluable and indispensable qualities or traits and thus, they got nominated before mid-term itself. "The purpose of education is to make good human beings with skill and expertise. Enlightened human beings can be created by teachers". - A. P. J. Abdul Kalam (late).


Date: 16/08/2018

Dzongkha debate for senior category

Dzongkha debate for senior category held during zero period in our MP hall. We have minimum of one Dzongkha and one English debate both for senior and junior students every year. Debate is the activity that brings the art of reading, thinking and speaking together in one place or platform. Usually debates are on the basis of three important parameters: quick thinking, sound argument, and confident speaking. Taking part in debate helps students to think critically (one of the ten core of life skill) besides making them eloquent orator in public speaking.
Great debaters of today often become great leaders of tomorrow since one the basic requirements of every leader is art of public speaking. "A good leader can engage in a debate frankly and thoroughly, knowing that at the end he and the other side must be closer, and thus emerge stronger. You don't have that idea when you are arrogant, superficial, and uninformed". - Nelson Mandela (late).


Date: 15/08/2018

High tea for academic excellence students

High tea for our academic excellence students who scored 80% and above was organized today. They are so called "creams of our school" and "winners with the crown of academic success. I like the quote of Shiv Khera, which says "Winners don't do different thing but they do it differently. They work even when it hurts". It applies to students too. They study the same subjects in same class, under same teachers with same teaching strategies but the ones who are topper, are the ones who study differently by going extra miles. They will study or work even they are not very comfortable or sacrificing their comfort and often beyond the scheduled time.
Toppers or winners don’t have any magic wands to score high nor do they have the best brain to remember everything they learn. All they have is will power and determination to work smart and work extra. Even Thomas Edison says "Success is 10% inspiration and 90% perspiration." This means to be successful you have to work at it. So if you think about being successful more than trying to be successful you will probably not reach your goal or it will take longer to reach it. You also need to work more and think less.
Risk of winning is not being able to hold the same position in every term exam and even in annual or board exam. Thus, to be a constant topper, they have to maximize their effort in studying more than ever before, and obviously more than everyone.
I, on behalf of our entire Motithang family would like to congratulate them for scoring 80% and above in the mid-term exam. Keep working hard and keep shining more than ever.


Date: 13/08/2018

Physics projects

Physics projects display and assessment carried out today in class 10's block. The mastermind behind such efficacious and innovative way of teaching (i.e. "learning by doing") for our young mind is madam Nanda (one of our great physics teacher). Assessment was carried out judiciously by our trainee teachers.
Conceptually, the learning modules were based on universally accepted principles that were enunciated by Chinese philosopher and reformer Confucius (551 BC to 479 BC), who stated “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.” Students are not at all lackadaisical in doing such projects, rather eager and excited with unlimited passion and sense of competition. Each one is trying to leapfrog other with their creativity and talent in making model as a part of their physics project.


Date: 11/08/2018

Exchange program

Group of Japanese students are welcomed by our students to our school, with our traditional way of offering Khadar for prestigious guest. They will remain here in our school for few days mainly to learn about our education system, culture and even daily social practices.
It is really hard to distinguish between Japanese and Bhutanese especially when they are in our costumes and attire since they look much like us even by their physical and facial appearance.
Japanese are not only clever and hard working but also very polite and friendly people. We are all happy to have them here in our school. Every year we are fortunate to have minimum of two groups of Japanese students visiting our school escorted by their teachers. We learn a lot about their culture just by having them with us for few days. We are also expecting similar kind of exchange program from our school to Japan very soon under our selfless, far-sighted and dynamic leaders.


Date: 7/08/2018

Education on social media

As a first ever event of second term, today "Social media program" for classes 9 and 11 was conducted in our MP hall by Riku Dhan Subbha, Media Officer and Sherub Tenzin, IT officer coordinated by Mr. Jambay Dorji. They have enlightened our students on pros and cons of Social media, Internet blogging and monetizing internet content. Social media is a form of electronic communication (such as websites for social networking and micro blogging) through which users create online communities to share information, ideas, personal messages, and other content (such as videos). Social media is a subject of vast content and is increasing by leaps and bounds often beyond our knowledge. It is diverse in terms of content and reach. Social media is not bad, how you use it matters the most.


Date: 3/08/2018

Vacation well spend

Vacation well spends: Learning, earning and physical exercises happening together. They made wise decision with their own intuition to keep themselves happy, healthy and resourceful when many ignoramuses nixed even advices and suggestions of their superiors. Now a days’ work experience can be a great asset to any youth including graduates. Every organization is looking for experience in technical skill as well as behavioral skill, and many remain unemployed since they lack such skills or experiences.

One doesn't get real life experience or skill simply by being spectator but by taking part in it (that is learning by doing). We are happy to see them meaningfully and productively engaged in such a mind-blowing activities, which will instill them with invaluable knowledge (besides filling their pocket and making them physically and mentally wise and strong).


Date: 28/07/2018

Award for Best Relation

Team Bhutan, represented by two eleventh standard students kinley Namgyel and Kencho Tshering from Motithang Higher Secondary School- won the award for Best Relation to theme 'for the research titled Declining snowfall in Thimphu in the event titled ‘Global Learning Across Borders' 2018 held in Hanoi, Vietnam. This is the first time Bhutan joined in the global LAB which is participated by more than 180 students consisting of 80 teams from 11 countries.
Thank you for making us all proud.


Date: 25/07/2018

Hard work and dedication always paves the way for success

Mr.Tshering Penjor and his team worked vigorously and tirelessly beyond the school hours (even during weekends and holidays) and finally completed the task of making green house from waste materials. Their hard work, dedication, sacrifices and achievement was finally acknowledged. Thus, the certificate of appreciation was awarded to our school by Her Majesty the queen Ashi Jetsun Pema Wangchuk. Credit also goes to other stakeholders like nature club coordinators madam Sippy and Tara, who initiated meaningful programs (e.g. class competition on reusing the waste materials creatively as well as collecting waste from in and around school campus at different occasions)to mitigate the problem of environmental pollution and in efficient use of waste materials.


Date: 05/07/2018

Thromdey School Competition

Our school stood first in Boedra competition and also in singing by Tshering Dorji.

Our agile dancers and singers with melodious voice have been always holding their stand high like northern star,, with their outstandingly captivating and remarkably bewitching performance. Thank you very much for adding another star to the fame and status of our school. We are all proud of you all. Your winning is our school's success and our pride too. Credit also goes to our multi-talent cultural coordinator who is also a gold medalist, one and the only lop. Karma Gayleg: for grooming, guiding and training them on right track.


Date: 22/07/2018


We had religious and cultural talk by highly learned venerable Khenpo Tandin Sithup for our senior students and staff. Khenpo started his amazingly soothing religious discourse by coherently elucidating the teachings of Buddha (Gautama Buddha), pivoting on Buddha, Dharma and Sanga.

Next, Khenpo beautifully explained to us about the evolution, progression and change of Buddhism in our country in four different phases, by attributing the significance and essence of each phase to prominent figures (Guru Padmasambavaa, Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyal, Raven crowns/kings of Bhutan and 70th Je Khenpo). He also beautifully captured the contributions of each prominent figure (in bringing peace and prosperity along with the unity of our people and security of our nation through the preservation of religion and culture).

Venerable Khenpo wisely inoculated primary human values as well as supreme religious values in his talk, miraculously captivating all our thoughts and further inspiring us to follow the right path (path that will free oneself especially from the prison of greed, clutches of jealousy, grip of hatred and furnace of anger).

Every student was seen fascinated and impressed by today's exhilarating as well as mind-changing successful programme.


Date: 09/06/2018

Menstrual hygiene

A weeklong programme on menstrual cycle was grandly concluded today with different activities that were stuffed and incrusted with far-reaching impact on the mindset of people.

Talking about menstruation should not make people, particularly young girls – feel uneasy, or embarrassed. Menstruation is a normal, major stage of puberty in girls. However, many girls in Bhutan and around the world still feel ashamed to talk about their periods and don’t have mediums to talk or share about it. There are still some glitches when the topic of "menstrual cycle" is concerned and is still considered as taboo or impermissible in some section of our society. Thus, they (especially innocent and shy ones) suffer in silence both mentality and physically, often leading to other chain-problems that has a ripple effect in the society at large.

Now it is a time to support them with necessary advice, encourage them to be more receptive, open minded, bold and daring to face challenges of their life.

Our school health committee in particular and school family in general has left no stones unturned to achieve the desired result out of this program. Our students and staff also voluntarily and wholeheartedly donated enough sanitary pads which we will be sending to one of the remote and needy school very soon. Thanks you all for making the programme on menstrual cycle a grand success.


Date: 28/05/2018

Open mike session

Today, in the open mike session we had the privilege to attend amazing session by 'master of many trade', Mr. Rinchen Khandu who is popularly known as Bazaguru. He is a music (song) composer, poet, writer, theologion and philosopher besides being a successful businessman and a great orater. He is the father of the present day reincarnation (trulku) of 69th Je Khenpo, Geshe Gendun Rinchen, besides he himself being recognised as incarnation of Jamphelyang (Manjushri)the god of wisdom (in China). He mesmerised all of us from 'soup to nuts'(beginning to end) with his enlightening talk infused with strong moral values and real life inspirational examples. Finally, he further entertained our students with self-composed remarkable lyric and amusing rap song. I personally like his lyric of one of the most popular song 'Gangkar Jumolhari' from Bhutanese blockbuster movie "Lengo". I do hope everyone enjoyed today’s session to the fullest possible extent. Have a nice weekend to all


Date: 28/05/2018


Today we had a declamation competition for senior students. Declamation means the act or art of declaiming (saying something usually in a loud and formal way). It is an exercise in oratory or elocution, as in the recitation of a classic speech. Our students gave mind-blowing speeches of renowned or distinguished world leaders or eminent freedom fighters famed for their highest achievements.

Every speaker gave remarkable speech in well suited rhythmic tone of their voice, integrating with gesture or move of their body, that too in a best outfit or costumes that match superbly well with the chosen personality. Consistently there was tumultuous applause for every speaker from the audience indicating the maximum level of satisfaction audience has derived.


Date: 26/05/2018


Our girl students were briefed on universal human values. A value is a universal value if it has the same value or worth for all, or almost all, people. Spheres of human value encompass morality, aesthetic preference, human traits, human endeavor, and social order. Universal Human Values education is mainly about issues related to our happiness, our welfare, our aspirations, goals and success in life. This value education enables us to live in harmony within oneself, with family, with society and the nature at large.


Date: 22/05/2018

Badge award ceremony

Our captains from class XI for various post including SRC captain, school captains and even all class captains were awarded their badges. Now class XI captains will have to carry on with their assigned duties and responsibilities, replacing senior captains from class XII. Henceforth, the captains from class XII will be relieved from their additional duties or responsibilities, and now they have to concentrate fully on their academic studies.


Date: 18/05/2018

Zhungdra & Boedra competition

Today, we had Zhungdra and Boedra competition among six houses in two categories (Zhungdra for senior and boedra for junior). These are our two main folk dances or music that must be kept alive and kicking through all generations to come, mainly to preserve and promote our cultural tradition.


Date: 16/05/2018


Today, election of two most influential posts within the student body (i.e. school captain and SRC captain) was irreproachably conducted in an utmost fair and judicious manner using EVM (electronic voting machine) that shows unerring accuracy. Also the results were declared at the end.

Winning is important for all, but participation is also equally important as winning. Every participant gains exposure and learn invaluable lesson that will further pave their way towards winning success in life. Also winner gets the garland of unanticipated risk and undue responsibilities along with the crown of success. They have to prove their worthiness with their act, action and attitude because great power always comes with great responsibility. Entire Motithang family would like to congratulate our new SRC and school captains.


Date: 15/05/2018

Campaigning for SRC and School captain

Campaigning speech by nominees for the post of school captain and SRC captain delivered today. Their outstanding speech made the rest of us speechless with their remarkable oratory talent. However, saying or promising is one thing but doing is another since it is easier said than done as far as their true commitment and unfaltering call of duty is concerned. Thus, their true worthiness will still remain shrouded in mystery until they get elected and continue with their responsibilities. If they get elected tomorrow, then they will have to continue serving till mid-term of 2019. Hope the most deserving ones will be voted tomorrow.


Date: 14/05/2018

PD on Leadership of the Self

We the staff of Motithang HSS are privileged to attend PD on 'Leadership of the Self' conducted by honourable RCSC Chairperson, Dasho Karma Tshiteem at DYS. ‘Leadership of the self’ is one of the most popular sessions at RIGSS. It was mainly based on the core principles of the internationally acclaimed book, "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People" by world renowned American educator, writer and speaker, Dr. Stephen Richard Covey (late). They are the core principles that every one of us can implement in our life to achieve greatness and mastery our self. We would like to thank Dasho for such a mind-blowing presentation and profound knowledge that showered on us and school management and PD coordinator Mrs. Deki Wangmo for coordinating.


Date: 12/05/2018

Bhutan Democracy Dialogue

Our media students from class XI Arts got the great opportunity to witness the live programme at RUB hall, organized by the Bhutan Centre for Media and Democracy (BCMD) in collaboration with the Royal University of Bhutan and the Bhutan Democracy Dialogue. The program was conducted to provide an interactive space for leaders, people and the media to exchange ideas and views on democracy.

The four main political parties representative who presented their views, opinions as well as flawlessly answered the questions of general audience were: Dasho Neten Zangmo (President) of Bhutan Kuen-Nyam, Dr.Tandi Dorji(President) of Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa, Lily Wanggchuk (spokesperson)of Druk Phuensun Tshogpa and Lyonpo Damcho Dorji of People’s Democratic Party. They were all remarkably talented orators, efficient politicians as well as highly experienced and knowledgeable citizens of our nation.

Amongst the audience, students in particular have gained immense knowledge on the saga of our existing potential scenario as well as great exposure


Date: 11/05/2018

Dzongkha debate

Today our school literary committee successfully conducted a Dzongkha debate for junior category (for classes IX n X). Each pair of contestants (one speaking in favour and the other against) was provided with exceptionally enthralling topics by our super smart coordinator. ☝Although taking part in debate is not everyone's piece of cake but each contestant did amazingly thrilling job as a debater by displaying their unexpectedly sensational talent that enchanted horde of entire spectators. The benefits that accrue (to increase in value or amount gradually as time passes) as a result of engaging in debate are numerous. Debate provides experiences that are conducive to life-changing, cognitive, and presentational skills. In addition, through debate debaters acquire unique educational benefits as they learn and polish (to make better than it was before) skills far beyond what can be learnt in any other setting.

At the very least, debate helps learners to see the power of deploying rational, reasoned arguments and compelling evidence in action since 'it takes two to tango'(need more than one person in argument).It enables them to elucidate (to make clear or easy to understand) their standpoint through utilizing rhetorical eloquence. It instills in debaters a great sense of poise and confidence. It teaches them the skills of researching, organizing, and presenting information in a compelling fashion.


Date: 09/05/2018

The secret life of Walter Mitty - James Thurber

Walter Mitty, the protagonist of the story to day dreaming in order to resorts escape from his mundane life. The story consists of a series of fantasies, and the two short video clips are class twelve science B students’ presentation on a couple of them. \


Date: 07/05/2018

Happy Teachers' Day

Grandeur of 2018 Teacher's Day for us commenced today in our school, splendiferous organized by our beloved students, spearheaded by ingenious captains. We all cherished the day to the fullest possible extent. Thank you very much dear students for such a grand and marvelously astonishing preparation, with delicious delicacies, amazingly captivating cultural performance and beautiful gifts.


Date: 01/05/2018

Blessing from His Eminence Namkhai Nyingpo Rinpoche

Another highly satisfying and rejoicing accomplishment of a week for our school: Blessing of chawang and lung (empowerment) of Guru Rimpoche from his eminence, the 7th Namkhai Nyingpo Rinpoche at our school, on a highly auspicious day (29.4.2018) for over thousands of Buddhist devotees (comprising of our staff, students and parents). Namkhai Nyingpo Rinpoche is also counted among the twenty-five disciples of Guru Rinpoche. He received the transmission of Vishuddha Mind through the practice of which he was able to fly on the rays of the sun☉ in his past incarnation. Besides offering chawang and empowerment to our Motithang family, his holiness also blessed our new academic building (still under construction).


Date: 30/04/2018

Spring Test

Spring test starts from 17th April to 26th April. May you all exceed every expectation in this exam. May you surprise even yourself. May excellence set you apart. Wish you the very best.


Date: 17/04/2018

Sports day

Finally, one of the main and the most important event of the year (involving entirely physical activities, enrapturing mainly active, agile and energetically sporty students) was ended today. The event turn out to be flawlessly 'Great Success', with fantastically pleasing and soothing weather matched with outstanding performance by students both in sports (mesmerizing show) and their conduct(amicably delightful).


Date: 15/04/2018

Professional Development

First PD for teachers conducted at IMS at Serbithang; away from the school premises for a change. The main topics presented by different coordinators were:
1.Guided meditation for the path of enlightenment (in Buddhism) by lopen. Dendup Tobgay.
2. Action Research for enhancement of academic performance by Madam Tara Devi.
3. Emotional Bank Accounts for academic excellence by Sir Phuntsho Norbu.
4. Refresher course on Transformative Pedagogy by madam Tshering Zangmo (VP).
Education is a never-ending process. It doesn't stop after earning a degree and starting a career. Through continuing education, career-minded individuals can constantly improve their skills and become more proficient at their jobs
Professional development for a teacher is about improving and moving forward. It is about acquiring new skills and becoming a better teacher. Professional development for a teacher is important for both new teachers and veteran teachers.


Date: 07/04/2018

43rd foundation day

MHSS marked the most important day, the 43rd foundation day on 1st April. The day was inaugurated by Her Excellency Lyonpo Dorji Choden. She was the chief guest for the day adding more charm to it. We had a very important event with mask dance (cham) and dances. Other event of the day was ‘The fete’ with lots of games and food stalls.
The day marked with soothing weather condition, making the MHSS Faculty remember for their entire life. The day was also an opportunity for get together among parents, teachers and children out of the busy schedule. Motithang HSS would like to appreciate an honorable chief guest, alumni and parents for their wonderful presence and contributions. All of us put their heart and soul to come as one team. The management also provided all the necessary supports for the day. The day was a great success.


Date: 01/04/2018


First round of Choeshey or Religious discourse was conducted by His Venerable, the vice principal of Dodeydra for all our students and staff. Indispensable religious values embedded in such programme will not only tame the mind of our children as well as we the adults, but also show us all the path of enlightenment. It also make us all morally upright and socially amicable. We will still have second round of Choeshey after mid-term.


Date: 30/03/2018

Scarf ceremony

Today our newly appointed vice captains and coordinators from class XI were awarded "khadar" as a symbol of deep appreciation and profound acknowledgement through honorable Finance Minister. Being a captains or coordinators within the school community, they will be exposed to a plethora of new talents that are somewhere hidden inside them.


Date: 27/03/2018

World Water Week

As a part of world water week programme with the theme "Water for Nature advocating the sustainable management of freshwater resources”, we have also conducted cleaning campaign in and around our school premises and poster competition among the classes. The programme was successfully coordinated by our Nature Club as a part of regular class competition. Every class members actively and enthusiastically participated and collected heap of trashes comprising waste plastics, papers, bottles and plastic bottles.


Date: 24/03/2018

School Rimdo

Our school annual rimdo for 2018 academic year, was successfully conducted today, on a very auspicious day by His Holiness Tang Rinpoche, along with Chana Dorji wang(blessing).


Date: 20/03/2018

Parent -Teacher Meeting

First round of Parent -Teacher Meeting for the academic year 2018 was held today.
The theme for 2018 academic year was "to make our school into a home for all and all homes into schools".
The main target was: 
1. To strengthen academic achievements.
2. Partner with parents to explore greater parental involvement in school activities to maximize children's potential in various fields.
3. Create strong working network with the Alumni Association.
4. Provide a safe space for all students by strengthening the student support supplement. 
5. Encourage and enhance staff development by providing helpful PD programs for all teachers and other staff.
6. Taking Mathematics and Science subjects to a greater height.


Date: 17/03/2018

Selection of Vice Captains

Interview of vice captains and coordinators for various post from class XI, by the school jury.
Anyone can become captains or vice captains or leaders or coordinators; but the truly dedicated quintessence of great student leaders, usually possess following qualities:
* Demonstrates consistent scholastic and general effort in seeking to do one’s very best.
* Demonstrates leadership qualities mainly through their conduct.
* Demonstrates competence and perseverance when completing tasks or duties.
* Consistently demonstrates self-discipline and responsible behaviour to a very high standard.
* Consistently demonstrates an understanding of, and a caring attitude towards, fellow students and younger students.
* Consistently demonstrates emotional resilience.
* Consistently complies with the Student Dress Code to a high standard.
* Consistently supports and complies with the School rules.
* Demonstrates collaborative team skills in working both with staff and students.
* Demonstrates involvement in a range of regular school and extra-curricular activities.
* Demonstrates competent public speaking skills in both formal and informal contexts.
* Demonstrates the qualities of model for others


Date: 15/03/2018

Global Money Week

With the theme- "Money Matters Matter", the program on Global Money Week was conducted in our school for our students by group of BoB officials today. The week is an annual global celebration initiated by the Child and Youth Finance International. This year, Bhutan is devoting the Global Money Week for promoting financial education and inclusion in the country’s education system.

With an aim to help Bhutanese children and the youth in making smart financial decisions throughout their lives, the officials gave talk on learning to earn, importance of saving, smart shopping and digital financial services. Money is a good servant, but a bad master. If you have money and you are wise enough know how to manage it, it will serve you and work for you well. But if you owe money to other people or if you fail to manage money in your own possession, that money will control you in an unpleasant way. Thus, learning how to manage money is equally important as making money.


Date: 13/03/2018

Academic Award Day

Everyone cannot be the toppers in academic or in any other fields, but only those who put extra effort, determination and dedication in their studies or work. All our toppers of 2017 too have left no stones unturned to achieve their vision and fulfill their mission. All were awarded with certificates by our chief guest, honorable Lyonpo, Dr.Sonam Kinga.

He shared greatly engrossing, immensely inspiring and equally entertaining words of wisdom encapsulated inside his own iconic biography and awakening history. In nutshell, Lyonpo clearly stated that; all successful people are also failures at one point of time in their life, but the wise ones take it as a lesson, put extra effort and finally wear the crown of success. Our entire students and even teachers were all greatly inspired with such a wonderfully remarkable words of wisdom intermingled with amazingly professional jest.


Date: 10/03/2018

Celebrating International Women's Day

International Women's Day is annually held on March 8 to celebrate women's achievements throughout history and across nations. With the theme "Press for Progress" our school has observed the day by letting the lady staff offer a butter lamp and pray for half an hour. As a token of appreciation gents staff offered a gift to them.

These women are our movers and shakers, they are the backbone of our school's pride and success. May our school reach to a zenith with them as our pillars of success, inspirations of learning and models of pedagogy.


Date: 8/03/2018

Advocating on different clubs

Concern club coordinators advocated the scope and functions of their respective club to the students. This year every student will have to join compulsorily in any one club of their choice. Each club can take minimum 20 students and maximum 30. Most of the clubs are formed as well as run by teacher as overall coordinator with about 20 to 30 student members. There will also be clubs which will be organized or formed as well as run by students on the basis of their interest or choice, experience and abilities, with one teacher as monitor.


Date: 7/03/2018

Celebration of World Wildlife Day

Today, our nature club students along with their club-coordinator, madam Sippy Parajuli participated in World Wildlife Day celebration at Dodheyna Park Range in Thimphu, under Jigme Dorji National Park. The World Wildlife Day is celebrated every year on March 3 to celebrate and raise awareness on world’s flora and fauna coinciding with adoption day of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES).

The theme this year for World Wildlife Day is “Big cats: predators under threat”. Tigers and snow leopards are found in a number of protected areas in Bhutan. However, poaching and the illegal trade of these endangered species are still a major threat. To protect these big cats, WWF and local wildlife authorities are working together to establish anti-poaching units, strengthen anti-poaching law enforcement and many other related activities. They have also found it important to educate our youth on the issues related to importance of big cats within existing ecosystem as well as in food chain of entire wild species. This is because youth are the future of tomorrow. Thus, today, they have invited few students (particularly nature club members) from every schools of Thimphu Thromde to participate and learn on the importance of big cats (since the event is being held in Dodheyna Park Range forest in Thimphu).


Date: 3/03/2018

Fresher's Day

"Dance like there's nobody watching,
Love like you'll never be hurt.
Sing like there's nobody listening,
And live like it's heaven on earth".
-William W. Purkey
Fresher’s welcome show by graceful dancers of class XII and X students.


Date: 24/02/2018

Visit of Royal Audit Authority
Visit of Royal Audit Authority officials along with Auditor General Dasho Tshering Kezang. Senior students’ and teachers were briefed with exceedingly important information on the history, role and functions of RAA in Bhutan.

Auditors play important role in restraining corruption in financial domain as well as government property. They have to be equally tactful to deal with devious officials (with unlimited authority vested upon them) and even corrupt politicians (in higher rung of carrier ramification).


Date: 19/02/2018

Transfer of our two Vice Principals
Our two vice principals: Madam Tashi Chezom and Lopen Pema Wangchuk have joined in their new place of posting within Thimphu Thromde. MadamTashi has joined as vice principal of Zileon Namgyelling LSS and Lopen Pema joined as vice principal of Yangchenphug Higher Secondary school from today. Lopen Pema has served in our school for almost 8 years and madam Tashi almost 6 years. Both of them have built flawlessly strong reputation in our school as a vice principal since from their joining in Motithang. Lopen Pema was the main pillar of our overall students discipline and madam Tashi, another pillar of outstanding academic performance in our school. We will miss them both.


Date: 09/02/2018

Value Education
Three days of value education for classes X and XII ended successfully on 7th Feburary, 2018. Dr.Karma Phuntsho cheered as our Guest speaker by sharing and inspiring our students with immensely valuable words of wisdom related to value. Value education is the process by which people give moral values to others.

In today’s world, where corruption, violence, unrest have become so prevalent in our society, schools have added responsibility to ensure that value education as a subject is taken seriously as a part of the curriculum to produce not just educated but also responsible citizens with insightful minds who believe in giving back to the society. Values should be integrated in various aspects of life. It goes without saying that values go a long way in building a person’s character. Education without strong character is like a ship without a captain. Good education is inconceivable if it fails to inculcate values which are indispensable for a holistic life. Qualifications and skills are essential in the success of an individual but without values he is incomplete as a person.

Values are virtues that are imbibed by the children from their surroundings, the environment in which they are brought up, the environment in which they live. The people around them play a vital role in leaving an impression on the tender minds of these young individuals. However, in our Bhutanese context, we also have taught values related to our own good cultural and spiritual practices to students and youth. This will further prepare them to be ideal and iconic future citizens.


Date: 07/02/2018

Welcoming class X & XII students
Today our X and XII students have joined school. Their first day in school was started with the sacred ceremony of "Lhapsang Thruesuel"(simple but earthshaking religious ceremony for cleansing and purification) performed by venerable Lungten Truelku Rimpoche along with our profound Dzongkha lopens. Such ritual in Buddhism is indispensable for any venture to cleanse emotional defilements, karmic impurities, physical pollutants, problems and negativities of an individual or group.

After that, students were welcomed cordially to school for the new academic year of 2018 by madam Principal through her welcome speech. This was followed by another two mind-blowing speeches by teachers, and then introduction of newly joined teachers and other class teachers.


Date: 03/02/2018

Reopening school for 2018
School reopened today for teachers. Reopening session begin with one hour prayer for bringing good luck and success as well as removing unforeseen bad lucks or misfortunes for the 2018 academic year.

Then we had a meeting on various issues till 4 pm. One of the important decisions taken today which every student must know was cancelling of tracksuits. This means students don’t have to buy tracksuits anymore and instead they will buy white half pant and house T shirt later. Students will have to report on 3rd (i.e. Saturday) and will also receive books on the same day.


Date: 01/02/2018

Admission for feeder school

This is to inform all concerned that the admission for Jigme Namgyal Lower Secondary (feeder school) is scheduled on Feburary 6, 2018 at 9:30 AM. Click here to download the admission form.


Date: 18/12/2017