Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Having a meltdown before Exams: My Experience

Posted by Kelvin Wangchuk

Being nervous before exams is a common thing among youths. We can say it is only natural that we feel nervous about how well we're gonna do in our exams but particularly those who have not prepared have the right to be nervous since it is only their own fault. I would add myself in that category since I have not finished covering any subject yet.


I had my personal share of exam meltdown.
I guess its acceptable that I'm nervous right now since I am in class 10 which means I have to appear in the board exams.

I am the kind of person who likes to keep things stacked up and undone and at the last minute do it in a hurry.I think most of you do this but not all of you.

I guess people like me who are loafers do this.But I'm not insulting you if you are, I'm just giving out the hard truth.

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Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Club Exhibition( 7 days left)

Posted by Kelvin Wangchuk

Hi! Since our school is having a club exhibition next Wednesday, I would like to wish my club a BEST OF LUCK because we're gonna need it. Especially to my dear friend Prabha and also to the rest of my fellow mates.

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Friday, August 23, 2013

Edu-Tech Club in Bajo School

Posted by Kelvin Wangchuk

Well this is kind of late but as they say "Better late than never".

Starting from the present year(2013),Bajo Higher Secondary school  started a new club known as ETI(Education Information Technology) with 20 members.
The club was founded by our school's brilliant IT coordinator sir Passang Tshering

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Friday, April 26, 2013

Election in Bhutan

Posted by Kelvin Wangchuk


I do not own any of the following.
Im just trying to spread the news.
"The upcoming general elections in Bhutan will see many new faces at the grass root level, but the same cannot be said about their party’s leadership who have served Bhutan in many distinguished fields. The Opposition are quite critical about the first elected government of Bhutan, but are not able to provide a good alternative model as a solution to the many domestic and foreign policy related matters affecting the country today.       
Will this election see new faces, or the victory of the old guards? Will it be able to provide a platform for people without an affluent background, or is it still the elite class calling the shots? Finally, will it be able to silence its critics who see the election as eyewash and a controlled one?

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Saturday, April 6, 2013

A Boy in Dilemma

Posted by Kelvin Wangchuk

dilemma (Greekδί-λημμα "double proposition") is a problem offering two possibilities, neither of which is practically acceptable. One in this position has been traditionally described as "being on the horns of a dilemma", neither horn being comfortable. This is sometimes more colorfully described as "Finding oneself impaled upon the horns of a dilemma", referring to the sharp points of a bull's horns, equally uncomfortable (and dangerous).Similarly there is a boy in my class who is currently having a dilemma crisis.

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A new Beginning

Posted by Kelvin Wangchuk


New Beginnings brings new hopes and new hopes bring new dreams
I've always wanted a blog and now that I have one,I've realized that owning a blog is hard work.
Its almost like "All work and no play".Seriously mates it almost took me a week just to think about an intro for this blog.
I wanted something "original".


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