Postponement of Admission Test
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The Admission test to new class XI for the session 2020-2021 scheduled to be held on 23/07/2020 stands postponed due to state wide lockdown in West Bengal. The admission test shall now be held on 24/07/2020 instead of 23/07/2020 due to unavoidable reasons. Timing shall be same.
The inconvenience caused is regretted.
Admission Notice for the session 2020-2021
The Admission to new class XI A (Humanities), Class XI B (Commerce), and XI C (Hospitality/Tourism) for the session 2020-2021 will be open to students from 17/07/2020. The students desirous of seeking admission to Class XI are advised to collect the Registration cum Admission form available in the school office till 21/07/2020 between 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. on all working days. The Entrance Test will be conducted offline on 23/07/2020 at 10 A.M. in school premises by the School Admission Committee. The Result of the Entrance Test will be declared on 25/07/2020 and New Classes XI-A, XI-B and XI C will start from 27/07/2020. At present, Class XI will be held online due to the spread of COVID-19 till the reopening of school.
CST, Darjeeling is ideally located in the vagaries of Nature where the visitors/ tourists can enjoy the scenic splendour and Sylvan beauty of Nature. The lush green tall trees around the campus stand like sentinels and guard the school. The snow-capped Kanchanjunga is the center of attraction for all viewers. Besides, the Tea-Gardens and Toy-Train add to its beauty.
Message from The Principal
This gives me an immense pleasure to place on record that by dint of hard work, perseverance and sagacious suggestions from our Headquarters, CST Darjeeling has been able to produce 95.7% result in Class X and 96.6% in Class XII during the out gone session 2019-20. Throughout the session, we, teachers and students, have been on toes to strive harder to achieve the goal of quality and quantity results in all classes as directed by CTSA Delhi. We have struck a unique balance between scholastic and co-scholastic activities organised in school to ensure the holistic development of student’s personality. During this session, academic results of classes X and XII have improved remarkably in terms of quality and quantity as compared to the previous year.
I feel very proud to appreciate the sustained efforts made by all our teachers to achieve such qualitative and quantitative results in classes X and XII, despite the spread of COVID-19 pandemic. I do hope they will continue to work even harder in future in a team spirit to expedite a better performance of students during the current year, while continuing with co-scholastic activities at the same time, even in view of COVID-19.I also express my heartfelt thanks to all our students who have exerted very hard in achieving better results as expected of them by their parents, teachers and community.
I also take this opportunity to thank all the Parents of Children for extending their fullest co-operation to this school as and when requested for the welfare of children.
To conclude, once again, I congratulate all our students and teachers and other state holders, from the core of my heart, for their kind cooperation extended collectively to school to hit the target of nil failure and achieve the goal of academic excellence set by CTSA, Delhi.
Shri S. K. Sharma
Morning activities of Central School for Tibetans Darjeeling
Message from The Rector
It is indeed a matter of elation for all the faculty members of CST Darjeeling to have achieved great success in the CBSE 2020 result both in terms of quality and quantity. Kindly allow me to congratulate all the Teachers for their relentless contribution in teaching our students and I also would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all the parents for their unwavering support and contribution made towards the success of our school students. The important thing is to maintain the momentum in future and to strive for achieving greater heights in the domain of education. Only years of hard work and honest effort from every quarter can bring positive changes in an institution.
Teachers and parents must always stand with the students through thick and thin. Apart from appreciating the students who scored very high percentage in examination the students whose percentage is not as high as of those students should be given proper support and guidance. We all must realize that they are the ones who need moral support and guidance the most. We must also realize that no two students can be same in terms of potential and capability hence handling and expectations from them too should be different.
I very sincerely would like to bring this to our parents and teachers’ notice that the marks scored in examination do reflect the performance of the students in some way, but we must not at any point of time should compromise on developing the greater human values in our students. Both academic performance and inculcation of human values must co-exist and must be a part of our daily teaching learning processes.
With this I wish all the students a good health and good luck for your future endeavor.
Mr. Dawa Dorjee
Central School for Tibetans Darjeeling