Date and time: Wednesday, 18th September 2019 at 5:30 pm
Venue: RTC Auditorium
About the artist: A Thimphu born artists Tashi calls himself a creative who primarily focuses on music, films, clothes, etc. but really works on anything creative in nature and that draws his attention. A lot of the skills being self taught and has also recently taken up a film production course in the University of the Creative Arts in the UK. His first project was called “This side of paradise”, which was quite the success and since then Tashi has released another project called “Trash vol.1”, which has 5 songs including the single I don’t want nobody.
Apart from his music, Tashi also keeps busy with his works in building a community center and a school for kids with his brother. As their family has a long history in education with their grandparents being one of the first modern educators in Bhutan it is something that the family has always been passionate about. Tashi started making music as a teenager and collaborated with various artists but never put out his music until 2018 when he released his first project. Tashi is currently working on a project titled “Singular”, which he plans to release very soon.
Please check https://www.wavesonwater.com for his music or instagram@tashiyw8
For further information please contact:
Sonam Tobgay, #17253110
Now open for applications until September 16, 2019 - 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 4 students to SEISA ( for SEISA Africa-Asia Bridge festival an event with over 30 countries represented, and explore Yokohama City and other locales with SEISA University – Japan, November, 2019), 10 students to SEISA (Japan, Jan/Feb 2020), and 6 students to Wheaton (USA, March-end to early April 2020) 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. 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. READ THE GUIDELINES COMPLETELY BEFORE APPLYING.
SWAG Design Contest:
The Royal Thimphu College in collaboration with Erasmus+ funded project FRIENDS (Furthering International Relations Capacities and Intercultural Engagement to Nurture Campus Diversity and to Support Internationalization at Home) launches the FRIENDS SWAG Design Contest.
About the Contest
The FRIENDS SWAG Design Contest aims to spark curiosity about the Erasmus+ funded project FRIENDS (Furthering International Relations Capacities and Intercultural Engagement to Nurture Campus Diversity and Support Internationalization at Home) among the project consortium’s stakeholders. The winning design shall be the official design for all the marketing SWAG associated with the FRIENDS project. About SWAG; the acronym swag means ‘stuff we all get’. The term is used to describe promotional merchandise which is branded with a logo or slogan and distributed at little or no cost to promote a brand.
The Administration Office would like to inform all that the second gate near the Academic Block A has been shifted close to the Executive Center area and will remained closed as per existing practice/timings. Also, the parking beyond Academic Block A including Executive Center Parking is EXCLUSIVELY for authorised vehicles only, and the area upwards of previous second gate including Executive Center Parking is strictly a NO THOROUGH FARE zone as per signage already placed.
Unless prior approval is obtained from the Administration/Security Office, please note that your vehicle is not an authorized vehicle to be parked at the Executive Center Parking or any parking beyond the Academic Block A, and that Security has been asked to monitor strictly. Vehicles found parked at these location without approval will be asked to remove it immediately at any time and penalties will be levied accordingly.
Please take note of the above and comply with the sign board placed (copied below) and render kind cooperation to the Security Team who has been asked to monitor the area strictly.
Effective immediately, the Admin Office, in conjunction with Estate & SSD offices is pleased to announce that the newly built laundry unit is now fully operational. The new laundry unit is located close to the college dining/mess, roughly about 20m from the RTC-SEISA Fitness Centre.
With this, the existing Laundry Shop located below the dining will be consolidated and relocated at the new unit with immediate effect. The AFD would like to thank the current Laundry Shop which was run and managed by the students.
With an enhanced set up and dedicated staff attached, the new laundry unit is expected to operate for longer hours and provide better services.
The students are directed to go through the following two Policies in the Student hand Book:
21. Tobacco Policy
22. Alcohol & Drug Policy
It has been observed & reported that these 2 Policies are not being heeded to, whereby rampant smoking in the college premises is evident, controlled substances are being abused and dispersed, thereby making the College environment unconducive to learning.
Therefore all the students are hereby notified that STRICT MONITORING will be exercised, to the extent of being frisked whenever deemed necessary. And if found violating the policies, will be subject to disciplinary action.
PLEASE DON’T FEED DOGS ON CAMPUS
In view of the increasing dog population on campus, all students, faculty & staff are requested NOT TO FEED dogs on campus. Also, please DON’T ENTERTAIN or PATRONIZE them at any facility – Apartments, Academic spaces, Canteens, Dining Hall, Residence Halls, etc.
Please beware that these dogs are increasingly becoming menacing and could be dangerous.
Therefore, in the interest of your safety as well as the wellbeing of others, please refrain from feeding or patronizing the dogs on campus.