Thursday, August 6, 2009

80G finally

After 2 years of service, the NGO was finally awarded the 80G, which allows donors a 50% tax exemption on their donations.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

From the Sikkim Express

Class X results declared
Sikkim students perform better this time

Staff Reporter
GANGTOK, May 29:
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has announced the results of Class X examinations.
As per the information received from the principal of Tashi Namgyal High Secondary School, the results this year was relatively satisfactory than the previous year. Out of the total of 99 students, 51 passed, 43 got compartments, four failed and one was absent.
Dawa Tamang topped the school with 70 percent marks.
In Kendra Vidyalaya School, all the 60 students who had appeared for the Class X exams got through with Tanya Banerjee scoring the highest 90.6 percent.

Reports coming in from Pakyong inform that Yojana Sharma of Dikling Senior Secondary School has topped the school by scoring 74.2 % in Class X CBSE examination. A total of 121 students had appeared for the examination out of which 90 have passed while 31 students got compartments. At least 33 students have scored second division and only five students including Yojana Sharma have secured first division.

Despite not getting History books by 40 students in the school throughout the session, all the students have passed the subject and the same has been credited to the hard work of both the students and teachers.

“Same mistakes of non-provision of books from the department should not be repeated,” the students, who passed the exams, said today.

The students have also conveyed their gratitude to a local NGO, “Ashirwad” who had provided them with free coaching to the underprivileged students during the winter holidays.

On the contrary, Tadong Senior Secondary had a poor output this year. Out of the total of 91 students, who appeared for the exams, only 29 passed and 44 got compartments.
Deorali Girls School performed better than last year. From the total of 113 students, 56 students passed, 49 got compartments and eight failed.
Similarly, West Point School recorded seven failures and 20 compartments out of 89 students. Modern school figured 112 students in total out of which 24 failed and 48 got compartments. In Holy Cross, Tadong, three got compartments out of 116 students.
Out of the 81 students, who appeared in the exams from Kyi De Khang School, seven got compartments. 12 got compartments out of 95 students in Paljor Namgyal Girls Senior Secondary School.
Ranipool Senior Secondary School had nine failures and 38 compartments out of 87 students. (With inputs from our Pakyong correspondent).

Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Intensive coaching begins..

The 16th of December 2008 marks the start of yet another intensive coaching classes by Ashirwad. Over 300 students are expected to take part in it. The core subjects which will be touched upon are Maths, Science, English and general studies .

A number of post graduate teachers have been hired on contract by Ashirwad. This coaching will be over a period of 3 months.

Monday, May 26, 2008