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An interview with Mrs. Yeshi Dolkar on English Language teaching

An interview with Mrs. Yeshi Dolkar on English Language teaching Mrs Yeshi Dolkar (PGT English), TCV school Upper Dharamsala.


You have taught in TCV schools for many years. You are one of the most experienced English language teachers. Tell us a little about how satisfied you are with the way we have taught English in TCV schools?

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The day you stop learning is the day you stop living ARE YOU LEARNING?

The day you stop learning is the day you stop living ARE YOU LEARNING?

Chotop tashi (mr)
TGT( eng.& soc..)
TCV school chauntra

I think most of you will agree with em if I say ' learning is very important and must make it continuous in our life ' but most of you will come forward angrily to chop my head off if I say that " most of us don't learn in our day to day life". Well, that is hard to deny, as it is the truth. According to what is seen in the Tibetan society, people mostly stop learning as soon as they acquire master degree or after getting a work experience of five years.

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Aims and Methods of Teaching Geography

Aims and Methods of Teaching Geography Mr. Lhakpa Dhondup, PGT Geography, TCV school Gopalpur.


We know about the importance of Geography, so we must have proper ideas about aims and objectives of its teaching. Without the knowledge of the aims and objectives of the teaching of Geography; it is not possible for the teacher to teach the subject properly. So here are some of the objectives and methods of teaching geography.

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Strategies for teaching Social Studies

Strategies for teaching Social Studies Editorial Board
Here are some strategies for teaching social studies for making the students get involved in the teaching process in the class. They may help our teachers in trying to make social studies lesson as child-centered as possible.
Case study:

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Celebrating Exile I: Education and Outlook

Celebrating Exile I: Education and Outlook
A classroom is where the doors are shut and windows open

Behind one such closed door, in front of the stunned and staring eyes of my classmates, our teacher demanded from me a recitation of the poem we were told to learn by heart the previous day. My poor memory could retain only the first few lines, and then I went blank.

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