Sunday, July 24, 2016

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Thursday, June 2, 2016

Dear IT Students,

                      Please download the Past question with answer for Practical practice.

Practice 2016

   Download Class X Past practical Questions with Answers 

Thank you

All the best for your Midterm Exam, 2016   

Friday, May 6, 2016

Grade ten students swamp the Multi Purpose Hall, brimming with curiosity and anticipation of what lay ahead of them. What would it be about? Why had the praiseworthy Minister of Education - whose schedule was far too crammed – had made time for this visit? What would he talk on? Questions and questions filled up each head, all waiting for answers that would be given in due course of time.
The crowd hushed and instantly rose from their seats at the first appearance of the impeccable figure. One of the school prefects, Ms. Tandin Wangmo Das warmly welcomed the Hon’ble Minister with her ever immaculate vocabulary that stunned the audience. A fine articulate orator indeed, fully justifying her capacity as a perfect.
With humorous words and kind smiles, the students were soon captivated by the sheer force of His Excellency’s charisma. They listened along with childlike glee, nodding, laughing and in total agreement to every word he conversed.
"Like all parents, we hope and pray that our children would succeed in life" he says, eyes twinkling with delight from his ever-present grin. The Minister lovingly adds in how he saw each and every one of them as his very own children. The honesty of the statement warmed every heart and soul present in the hall.
The real purpose behind the convention is revealed when he inquires on the consumption of the sweets that were distributed prior to his arrival. He bluntly states that those who did consume it would face problems and have a difficult spouse and vice versa - here the students laughed. According to the Hon’ble Minister, the sweets refer to the ''temptation'' to indulge in unethical activities.
To further supplement his point, a video was played, ''The Marshmallow Experiment'' it stated in bold letters.  In the video, various five year olds were placed in room whereby they were given a single marshmallow. They were then given the choice of either consuming it instantly or to wait for fifteen minutes which would earn them another extra one. In this video clip too, the marshmallow symbolizes "temptation" clearly demonstrating how waiting or refraining from temptation could make you gain milestones or merits .  It serves as a timely reminder to all of us about the state of our minds.
This test proved that those who waited; those who resisted the urge were the ones that succeeded in life. Those who could not resist the temptation and consumed it immediately faced a troublesome future. Why?
According to the Minister, there was a part of the brain that solely focused on advising oneself. The advisory part of the brain plays a crucial part in the everyday life for it would help one to decide on what would be the best option for oneself at that state of time and place. This is why it is important to maintain it in the best possible condition.
"Let's say, you're riding down the hill four-hundred-kilometer-per-hour," says the charming Minister in a lighter tone, "the healthy part of your brain would tell you to stop and thereby you would avoid an accident. However, the unhealthy part would encourage you to go even faster and in doing so, you would risk your life."
He relates how the so called 'chocolate' is but the symbol of temptation.  He mentioned that there are about two-hundred temptations one would face every day, however the best option would be is to steer away from any temptations.
The Minister lightened up the mood by narrating a rather amusing story. During his much younger years, he and his friends were into the idea of finding a significant partner. And so, during their search, they began to take part in unhealthy practices which lead to detrimental addictions. They were very much focused on the foolish goal which would virtually block any logical thinking. He recalls those days with a grim smile but brightens up immediately upon when he recaps on how he had learned to quit.
Six years ago, he discovered the 'secret' which changed his life forever and the secret is available to all of you, he exclaimed! The only difference he emphasized was the words of hopes in instilling the younger generation with values he never could incorporate into his habits as a child.
The ''secret'' as mentioned refers to the urge to fight against ''temptation'' of all sorts, which determines the will to stand against the immoral but very alluring practices and to give a proper second thought every time you encounter such temptations.. "Don't eat the chocolate now," the Minister particularly stressed as a reminder to fight against these attractions.
The Minister had shed light to the darkened portions of the teenage life in an extremely effective manner by illustrating his own experiences. He was able to articulate his thoughts magnificently and connect with the students; truly is a man of high caliber. The underlying message that was conveyed to all of us was, to stay away from all sort of temptation to get involved in unwanted activities; how enticing it might be but should have the strength to stay away from it.
The students that day, left for home with new information to share with their parents and relatives about the humorous tale of their beloved Minister.  How wonderful that day had been for the students of grade ten.

Student reporter

School Media Club
Tensin Chenzo Norbu. 

Saturday, April 30, 2016

Without you, we would have been lost.
Thank you teacher for guiding us, inspiring us
And making us what we are today.

Happy Teachers Day!

Thank you
From LMSS Captains and students

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Dear Parents & Students
LMSS has the pleasure to declare the "Spring Unit Test" on 30th April 2016 from 9:00 a.m. till 12:00 noon. Therefore, all the parents are requested to come and see their children Result. Looking forward to your continued cooperation.
If you have any queries, you are free to discuss with the class teacher.
Thank you.


Year: 2016 

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Sunday, April 24, 2016


Sports play a very important role in each individual’s life as sports ensure a healthier health which is the equivalent to being wealthier. As each of us is different from one another like, which one loves might be hated by the other and in which one excels the other one might fail.  In order to showcase sporty talent in a person and because of the importance of sports in our life, sports day was held on 9th April 2016.  After all the selection of runners, broad jumpers, high jumpers, and so on from various houses it was the final selection to choose one of the best.
It was 7:50 AM sharp in the morning when we are entered the athletic ground decorated by bright colored pieces of cloths around which showed the line of demarcation and very interestingly there was a first aid tent at the corner that indicated how mindful and caring the staffs are concerning the health of the students.
  Other At 8:30 AM all the participants of the drill and Parade assembled in the ground which was surrounded by the synthetic track getting ready from their upcoming event which they had been practicing for a long time.  At 9:00 AM a reverent silence fell over the crowd as the highly honorable chief guest Lyonpo Jigme Zangpo was warmly welcomed by respected principal with other staffs and school captains who were earlier receiving parents who came to witness their child’s program.
As soon as the minister entered from the entrance,  Sir. Penjor Gyalsten (HEP) blew the whistle which was meant for the drill to start.  In order to welcome his Excellency, the drill as usual was performed by the class seven students of all the houses with basketball on a Bhutanese song which they had been practicing from a month ago. Wow the drill was really refreshing the way it was synchronized and choreographed it was really wonderful.
The warmly welcomed Lyonpo inbounded towards the tent as the drill ended headed by two scouts pilot and we all sang our National Anthem With pride in a pleasant and audible voice after the Troop Leaders command. It was followed by Marchang Ceremony, then Lighting of Olympic torch which was lit by the Chief Guest followed by Oath Taking Ceremony. Soon after the welcome speech it was followed by address of chief Guest Who with all the knowledge spoke fondly.  At 9:40 AM all the parade event started to take place which generally begin with Sernya house along with the music being the played followed by Dungkar house, Pema house, Bumpa house, and finally by Khorlo.  Wow, the house parade, was one of the eye catchy events, as on the houses did such an amazing job, their lively and shaky moves accompanied by latest songs that really changed the atmosphere and the participants as well as the audience were enjoying to their fullest.
After all of the tracks events the most awaited moment came which was the giving of certificates and Medals to the winners in their respective field by the chief guest.  The best athletic boy award was also rewarded to Pema Wangchuk of class 10”A” and the best athletic girl awarded to Sangye Dema Thinley of 8”A”. The parade competiton was won by Khorlo housecontributing 30 marks to their respective house followed by Pelyab house and Pema house and the best house for the year 2016 was entitled to Sernya house of with 874 points bringing great sense of pride andsatisfaction to house coordinators and the members.
Finally the Taryana lottery draw was held and all of the students kept their fingers crossed with a great expectation and finally the lottery toke was chosen and the first and second winners were not identified so, they went for third winner announcing for Priyanka Biswa of class 10”A”.
Finally the sports day ended around 12:30 with the vote of thanks by Games Captain.
Student Reporter.

Priyanka Biswa

Friday, April 22, 2016

My Dear Teacher,
I am certain that you are busy in the swing of things at school, working hard to provide the best to our children every day, going out of your ways and beyond duty. I know this because not very long ago, I was also a teacher. I am still a teacher at heart.
I know the amount of dedication and perseverance that goes into making a good school, and I certainly know how tedious it is to stand long hours teaching and correcting hundreds of notebooks everyday. But you, more than anyone else knows in the depths of your hearts that our country stands tall today because of this seemingly insignificant and mundane routine called education undertaken every day by teachers like you.
Besides Education, I do not know of any other force that is as powerful to create a future that we desire. That is why, as teachers, we are creating the future through a mission known to many as 'teaching'.
In His Majesty's Vision of Education your role is critical. That is why Honorable Prime Minister, Lyonchoen Tshering Tobgay has launched an ambitious challenge to reform our education system to fulfill the Royal Vision where teachers are at its heart. Knowing our teachers, I feel assured of your continued commitment to this important mission of education.
Our teachers work long hours under trying circumstances, sacrificing personal comforts. Thank you for reaching school earlier to welcome students at the school every morning. Thank you for sleeping late preparing lesson for the next day and correcting students' work. Thank you for buying supplies when the school runs out of resources. Thank you for modeling to our children the good values of integrity, honesty, respect, courage, hard work, trust, responsibility and generosity - values that our beloved His Majesty calls - 'Damtsi'.
Much as we have achieved, much is still to be strived for. I am confident that, with the likes of you steering the wheels of our schools, education can only get better and therefore the future of our beautiful country will be better. The stakes in our profession are high. If we fail, our nation fails. That is how important and sacred our role as teachers is.
On my part, I promise you that I will give you my best. I do not bring extraordinary talents but be assured that I will work tirelessly for the cause of teachers who wants to be good teachers - making a difference to our children. I thank you for being the candles that are self consuming to light the ways of others!
With high regards,
Yours Sincerely,
Norbu Wangchuk
Minister for Education