Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Dear Teachers and Students of LMSS,
Please be very mindful to select our School leaders.



Tuesday, July 28, 2015

              Report of the Retreat                 22.07.2015

On the invitation of His Eminence Khamtrul Rinpochhe 51 students and two teachers of Lungtenzampa Middle Secondary School got the opportunity to attend a five days retreat (10-14 July) at Druk Ralung Shedrupcholing monastery in Thimphu.
When we hear the word ‘retreat’ or ‘tsam’ in dzongkha, the first thing that comes to our mind is the images of rituals, prostrations, meditation, prayers, monks and the nuns. We often tend to give a rigid definition or stereotype it, having the notion that religion and anything associated with it is meant only for the monk, the nuns or the older people. We feel that it is strict, tedious, boring or that it has fixed restrictions, but these five days retreat has made us realize that our concept was totally wrong.
Buddhism and spirituality is not about doing things or performing deeds that are expected from a person. It is more about rediscovering one’s true inner self and realizing the ultimate truth. Therefore, many spiritual leaders say that they would rather call Buddhism a philosophy rather than a religion.

During this 5 days retreat, we learned about the process of meditation and its benefits. We also learned about the origin of Buddhism and the different sects of Buddhism. His eminence also explained to us the meanings and the reasons for chanting different prayers.  If we take a simple example of the Morning Prayer that we do every day in the school, all these years we were merely chanting it, without understanding the meaning of these lines, simply because we were supposed to do so. From this retreat we understood the essence of these prayers and its benefit. We also had a refuge taking ceremony which was when we actually began to understand the Dharma teachings. This ceremony was a moment of realization of our unconditional devotion and respect to the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha.

Apart from the religious activities, we also got the opportunity to take part in the various talk shows on enthralling topics by eminent guest speakers, which were an eye-opening experience. Every night we were also shown documentaries and also an educative block buster Bhutanese movie which were all about taming our wild mind, about determination, spreading the happiness and selflessness.
Though we had a very tight schedule (7 am to 8 pm) this retreat has given us a lot to learn and understand. All the Dharma talks about ‘Karma’ (cause and effect and the root of all our sufferings) explained to us by His Eminence and other learned Lamas in very simple language with examples and stories from the religious texts were so convincing that we could relate to them. This renewed our faith and devotion to Buddhism.

We were lucky to have been given this opportunity to participate in this retreat for even if we can’t practice all the knowledge that we got from attending this retreat, we will definitely be remembering the essence of being a true human and be mindful of our thoughts and action. We will also take it as our responsibility to share this newfound knowledge with our friends so that they can also find the purpose of being a rational human.

We, the Lungtenzampa family, would like to thank Your Eminence for bestowing your love and affection on us, for always remembering us and for your unwavering support through all times. We pray for Your Eminence’s longevity, so that you continue to bless and inspire many more souls. Kadrin Che La.







Thursday, July 23, 2015


Dear Students and Parents,

LMSS has the pleasure to declare the "Mid-Term  Result  2015"  in our school web.
Click the link given below to view and download  the result.

If you have any queries, you are free to come and discuss with the class teacher.

Thank you.
Principal
LMSS

Click the link below:

     CLASS VII
Result Download
    
     CLASS VIII
Result Download

      CLASS IX
Result Download
    
     CLASS X
Result Download


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Lungtenzampa Middle Secondary School
OVERALL  TOPPERS - CLASS  X
MID-TERM EXAMINATION, 2015
Position
Name
Class
Percentage
1st
Sameer Chapagai
C
94.70
2nd
Kinley Wangmo
A
94.62
2nd
Kezang Dekar
B
94.62
4th
Basu Dev Mishra
C
94.39
5th
Sonam Yangchen
D
93.74
6th
Jigme Wangmo
C
93.54
7th
Mehnaz Chhetri
C
93.24
8th
Ugyen Tashi
D
92.43
9th
Cheki Wangmo
D
91.97
10th
Pema Yangki
A
91.88


OVERALL  TOPPERS - CLASS  IX
MID-TERM EXAMINATION, 2015
Position
Name
Class
Percentage
1st
Thinley Yidzin Wangden
A
96.40
2nd
Karma Yangchen Tenzin
A
95.85
3rd
Karma wangda phuntsho
E
95.52
4th
Kuenzang Palmo
L
94.60
5th
Sangita rai
D
93.16
6th
Sonam lhendup dorji
G
92.66
7th
Sangay choden
D
92.56
8th
Karma Yangchin Tsho
A
92.33
9th
Sonam choden dendup
D
92.12
10th
Esha Basnet
A
91.98


OVERALL  TOPPERS - CLASS  VIII
MID-TERM EXAMINATION, 2015
Position
Name
Class
Percentage
1st
Tashi Yangso
A
93.88
2nd
Sonam Yangchen
I
92.31
3rd
Palden Drayang Lhamo
D
91.23
4th
Tshewang Choden
I
90.69
5th
Suk Maya Monger
F
90.67
6th
Pema Tshomo
B
90.13
7th
Namrata Rai
F
89.96
8th
Pema Choden
A
88.71
9th
Vishal Pradhan
B
87.71
10th
Yangchen Dolkar
I
87.19



OVERALL  TOPPERS - CLASS  VII
MID-TERM EXAMINATION, 2015
Position
Name
Class
Percentage
1st
Ugyen Thukzom
C
96.7
2nd
Sampem Yeshey Tshomo
F
92.7
3rd
Sonam Pelmo
E
91.1
4th
TshewangLhamo
A
90.8
5th
Pema Samdrup
B
90.0
6th
Tshering Yangzom
C
89.5
7th
Dema Lhadree
E
89.5
8th
Tenzin Wangmo
F
88.6
9th
Sangay Dema Thinley
A
87.7
10th
Tashi Tenzin Dorji
F
87.0