Coordination Meeting for English Debate Competition
This is to notify all the registered participants of the upcoming debate that there will be a meeting on 24th October (Monday) at 4 p.m. in the Class Room # C15. We will be dividing you into your respective teams and explain how the debate will be held: the rules, timings and assessment rubric.
The members of the literary club are also welcome to join the briefing and help out with the event.
Name of the participants:
1. Sonam Pakhi (BA Eng & Dzo)
2. Dilisha Subba (BA Eng & EVS)
3. Rigzin Dorji Wangdi ( BA Eng & EVS)
4. Jigme Thinley (BSc Env Mgt.)
5. Ugyen Yeshey Dorji (BA Eng studies)
6. Gayatri Chettri (BSc Env Mgt)
7. Nidup Tshering Dorji (B. Found)
8. Wareefta-E-Murshad (BSc Env Mgt)
9. Lhaki Choezang ( BA Eng & EVS)
10. Tshering Norbu ( BA Eng & EVS)
For further information please contact with Pema Selden, Club Coordinator at 77374982
Inter-Programme Declamation Competition
As 1st November, 2016 marks the 1st decade of His Majesty's Reign as the 5th King of Bhutan, in order to celebrate this joyous occasion, RTC will be organizing a special “Inter-Programme Declamation Competition” on 16th of November, 3:00 pm.
A total of 10 students from different programmes will be selected to participate in this competition.
Selection of the finalists from each programme will be facilitated by the respective Programme Leaders. Get in touch with your PLs and tutors for more details. The 10 finalists will each be randomly given a single unique topic on the morning of the competition, which may be from within any of the following broad areas related to the general theme of “His Majesty the 5th Druk Gyalpo: The First Decade on the Golden Throne”:
At the afternoon event, each competitor will be judged by an external jury of distinguished individuals in Bhutan on a 5 min speech, or “declamation”, on his/her specific topic prepared that day ( assistance from his/her classmates and programme faculty is encouraged).
Certificates + 1st place: Nu. 7,000; 2nd place: Nu. 5,000; 3rd place: Nu. 3,000
Certificates of participation will be provided to all other finalists.
RTC Award for Excellence in Active Student-Centred Teaching
In order to promote active student learning, and to encourage faculty to adopt teaching methods that promote active student involvement in the learning process, the Royal Thimphu College has instituted an Excellence in Active Student-Centred Teaching Award. This Award is intended to acknowledge and award faculty who excel in teaching using varied teaching-learning approaches that effectively stimulate active student-centred learning.
Any member of RTC, including students, can nominate a faculty member who they consider best deserves this Award. The nominations are to be completed by November 8, 2016 so that there is adequate time in the next semester for the committee to verify, authenticate and decide the recipient of the Award.
Interested students and any other member of the RTC community may make nominations by filling up the prescribed form.
Nomination forms, including information about the criteria for the award and the broad policy guidelines, are available in the link given below:
This is to inform all the residence students that the Hostel day is scheduled from 27th October to 29th October, 2016. On the Hostel Day, all the residence students will clean their respective rooms and dorms.
Further, to mark the Hostel Day, an entertainment programme(Songs and Dances) will be organized in the Multipurpose Hall on 29th October, 2016 from 4:45 p.m.
Refreshment will be served!!!
Therefore, all the interested faculty members and staff can join the programme.
For further information please contact the following Mentors:
1. Pema Yangchen-Female Mentor
2. Tashi-Male Mentor
This is to inform all that until a new health person is hired to replace Budhi Man Mongar Phyllis Bergman, Registered Nurse will be available for an emergency calls at 17884346.
Residential students: You can also continue to contact your RA’s and mentors for health concerns.
Remember: a Nurse and Doctor come to the infirmary at RTC from the hospital mid-morning on the 22nd of every month to discuss non-emergent problems. The service is free for students, faculty and staff and does not require an appointment.
Also, if you have contraceptive, pregnancy or STI concerns, you can call KINLEY at 17172912, 10 am till 6 p.m. at the hospital and she will arrange for you to be seen
This is to inform all the aspiring participants that the Annual Concert is scheduled on 4th November, 2016 and rehearsal on 3rd November, 2016. The registration is now open.
We encourage everyone to come up with variety cultural items.
The item will be registered on first come first basis. The last date of registration will be on 24th October, 2016.
Dzongkha remix is not allowed!!!
For further information, please contact following Events Coordinators:
Chimi zangmo( 17965313)
All the blood donors who participated in the blood donation campaign held at RTC on September 7, 2016 are requested to collect their blood report from the SSD office.
RTC Exchange Programmes 2017 with SEISA (Japan), Wheaton (USA), and Montshire (USA)
Now open for applications until October 31, 2016 - 5pm
As a conscious effort on the part of RTC to promote global-level learning and to build the intercultural capabilities of our students, RTC will be sending up to 10 students to SEISA (Japan, Jan/Feb 2017); 5 students to Wheaton (USA, March-end to early April 2017), and 5 students to Montshire, USA (July 2017) on academic and cultural exchange programmes. These programmes will be immensely useful for students to further their personal and academic development as well as distinguishing themselves in the job market after graduation.
Regular full time students with minimum 60% average overall marks to date are eligible to apply for the SEISA and Wheaton Programmes. Students with 60% average overall marks to date who are currently in their 1st and 2nd year in Environmental programmes will be eligible to apply for the Montshire programme. Upper year students marks will be based on completed semesters; 1st year applicants should report their marks through the midterm of this semester. Applicants will be short-listed on the basis of academic marks and attendance, leadership, social services, extra co-curricular activities, and international participation.
Application forms are available for download at my.rtc.bt or at the Administration building reception desk. READ THE GUIDELINES COMPLETELY BEFORE APPLYING.
Attention All Music Lovers!
This is to inform all the Music Lovers that an Open Music Session will be held on 26th October, 2016 from 5:30 P.M to 7:30 P.M. in Executive Centre.
The mini-stage is all yours. Sing any song of your choice or have your own band to perform. There is no need for registration either!
Musical Instruments will be made available by the Music club.
Free pop-corns will be served!
Everyone is invited!
For more information please contact
Ms. Kimi (17353607) or the Club Coordinator (17529282)
Literary Club would like to inform all the RTC Students that the debate Competition will be held on 2nd November, 2016 in the Auditorium. Therefore, interested students are asked to register with the Literary Club Coordinators latest by 21st October, 2016.
Title of the Debate will be on 'Should teachers and students be friends on social media?
For further information please contact following Club Coordinators:
1. Pema Selden #77374982
2. Tshering Yanki #17373271
This is to inform all that the RTC Basketball Club is organizing Inter-class Basketball Tournament for men and women from October 7, 2016.
For more information please contact:
Find the monthly newsletter of Rational Expectation Economics Society (REES) at http://my.rtc.bt/academics/rees
RTC Meditation Club
Weekly meditation - Everyone Welcome
·Time and Day: 5:30-6:30PM,
·Place: 1st floor, RTC Tower
·Facilitator: Shenphen Zangpo
Lama Shenphen is on campus once a
week to offer informal counselling
and give advice on any matter and
subject. All conversations are
· Time and Day: 4:30-5:30PM,
Need someone to talk to?
This is to inform all the students that Ms. Michaela Sacra and Ms. Sarah Montes who will be available to help students with counseling as per the following schedule/Make an appointment.
For more information, contact Student Services Department.
The office is located at the back of the Executive Center.
Discovering Our Best!
Doing Our Best!
Living Our Best!
Archery and Khuru Timing
Football field utilization routine
Tennis / futsal court utilization timing
Table Tennis Hall Timing