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Tuesday, 13 November 2012

11 November-Memorable celebration

Gaeddu College of Business Studies celebrated 11 November in a unique way this time. Usually, students perform cultural events-not this season. It was all about faculty and support staff showcasing their talents in celebration of Children's day coinciding Royal Birth Anniversary and Constitution day . That was great in deed. Get a glimpse of events from the following images.
(Director offering marchang)
(Dean, delivering welcome speech)
(Chief Guest Lam Neten giving speech to the audience)

(  (That's my turn: speaking in brief the significance of the children's day)

VENERABLE LAM NETEN,
DISTINGUISHED GUESTS, DASHO DIRECTOR, DEANS, FACULTY AND STUDENTS- GOOD MORNING!!!
I AM HERE TO BRIEFLY HIGHLIGHT A SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CELEBRATION OF CHILDREN’S DAY.
LET me begin with the question:
HOW will we feel if your children, if my children, if our children so young, so immature work as baby sitters in private homes; waiters in restaurants; mechanics in automobile workshops; conductors in transport services? What will they feel as Child laborers?
Well, today, the 11th November is important occasion not only because it is Royal Birthday or because- it is constitution day. It is in deed a day, special day, to think and ponder upon the issues related to Child Abuse and their rights. Thus, from this very earmarking of the children’s day coinciding the Royal birth anniversary, we can feel the depth of the concern our Majesty has on our OUR CHILDREN.
As we celebrate this very important occasion, it is our duty, as educators, teachers, parents, students and productive social members, to reflect on the signing of 1989 Convention on the Rights of the Child and identify:
·         basic human rights that children everywhere have
·         their right to survival
·         their right to develop to the fullest
·         their right to protection from harmful influences, abuse and exploitation
·         and their right to participate fully in family, cultural and social life
Lastly,  lets together offer our heartiest greetings of prayers and good wishes to our beloved 4h Druk Gyalpo and the children all over the country for  GOOD HEALTH, WELL BEING AND HAPPINESS!!!
                                                  
TASHI DELEK!!!
Karma Yezer
 
(Staff in action: dancing to the tune of WELCOME SONG)
(TREATING THE AUDIENCE WITH ZHEY

(Indian faculty ready to perform their interesting dance)
(Just for the audience, JUST FOR DIFFERENT TASTE)
(Slow and steady-may be boring yet so traditional zhungdra in offering)


(All the world's stage and we are all just actors,,,,,!!!!)
(All's well that ends well: This is how we ended with TASHI LEBEY)