Tibetan Poetry Recitation.

dli_poetry_recitationOn September 28,Tibetan poetry recitation was held in the college hall.
This program was organised by Mr. NorbuTsering and Mr. ThuptenThapkey, third year students from Tibetan Department. The aim and object of that program was to dedicate the event to Tibetan martyrs and to give a platform to the audience to express their own feelings through poetry recitation.

Drama Performance.

dli_drama_ gandhiOctober 2 was Gandhi Jayanti or the birthday of Gandhi. Therefore, it was officially announced a holiday. In the evening, the Student Council and the Drama Club members performed a wonderful drama in the hall. Before starting it, Ms. Lhakpa Dolma gave a welcome speech and asked few questions to audience regarding the life of Gandhi and his struggle. The drama was all about family issues, and it was quite nice.

DLIHE Football League Championships.

The Game and Sports Committee dli_football_league_15organized a football match and there were six teams who participated. FC vs. One United team came to the final round and on Thursday, 1st October 2015 at 4:00pm. They played the final match and the most students assumed that B.Com would win the championship of that match but in the turn of events, One United team won the championship of the match with a score of 1-3 points.

Student General Body meeting:

On October 3, the Student Council organized an “Opinion Sharing Session” between Student or the Student General Body meeting Council at 10:30 am sharp. They collected suggestions from common students on education, sports and culture. It went very well.

Movie Night

The movie for this week’s Saturday Movie Night was ‘Patch Adams’. It is based on real life story. It was about a passionate medical student, played by Robin Williams, who wanted to cure the illness through alternate methods improvising on the conventional medicine administration. He adds a human touch to the medical profession. The movie began with the lines; “All of life is a coming home. Salesmen, secretaries, coal miners, beekeepers, sword swallowers, all of us. All the restless hearts of the world, all trying to find a way home.” It was an inspiring movie, or so it seemed.

Reported by LobsangTashi.
(BA journalism)