Choki Traditional Art School
Choki Art School
CHOKI TRADITIONAL ART SCHOOL
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CTAS NEWS ARCHIVE 2010

National Order of Merit by His Majesty the King

His Majesty Awarded the National Order of Merit (Silver) to Dasho Choki Dorji on 17 December 2010 on the Bhutan’s National Day Celebration for serving the people and the country with exceptional effort and merit [Read More]
Posted on 1st February, 2011

EXPOSURE TRIP TO SWITZERLAND

The principal and three students (including a girl student - the students were selected on merit grounds) of CTAS visited various places in Switzerland to learn about Swiss culture, traditions and its customs and values. [Read More]
Posted on 1st February, 2011

SENSITIZATION AND EDUCATION ON DRUG

On 20th Octobeer a team of the Royal Bhutan Police held a sensitization talk on drugs and strategies to combat formation of gangs in Thimphu and its impacts on the youth of Bhutan. [Read More]
Posted on 1st February, 2011

SCHOOL PICNIC 2010

This year the annual school picnic was held on 13th November near the river side in Kabesa village. Various games and dance competitions were organized among the students and staff to make the event very interesting and memorable. [Read More]
Posted on 1st February, 2011

COMPLETION OF THE NEW CLASS BUILDING

A new three-storied building built at a cost of US$ 45,400 was completed at the end of September 2010. Located above the assembly ground, with the spectacular views of the northern majestic mountains. [Read More]
Posted on 1st February, 2011

INTER-HOUSE CULTURAL COMPETITION

An inter-house cultural competition was held on 9th October among the four houses Tag, Singay, Chung and Druk of the school. The show consisted of all the three categories: Zhungdra (a traditional ballad), Boedra (an emerging form of dance and singing before the advent of Rigsar) and Rigsar. [Read More]
Posted on 1st February, 2011

PUJA CERMENOY CONDUCTED FOR GURU NANGSAY STATUE

The teachers and staff of the school sponsored a grant puja ceremony in front of Guru Nangsay statue on 29th October 2010, coinciding with the descending day of the lord Buddha.  [Read More]
Posted on 1st February, 2011

CTAS participates in exhibition held at Rietberg Museum in Zurich, Switzerland
Three students and the principal will be participating from 24th September till 3rd October.... Read more
Posted on 5th July, 2010

Student expresses his gratitude to the school with a cash donation.
Yeshi Wangdi, one of our graduate student from the 1st class... (Read more)
Posted on 15th June, 2010

C.T.A.S celebrates 10th foundation day celebration on 17th May at Kabesa.
H.E. Lyonpo Dorji Wangdi, Minister for the Ministry of Labour and Human Resources graced the occassion...(Read more)
Posted on 15th June, 2010

Basketball Court completed !!!
The construction of the new Basketball court is finally completed...(Read more)
updated on 15th June, 2010

Construction of the new Guru Nangsay statue completed.
The statue of 17ft Guru Rimpoche is completed... (Read more)
updated on 15th June, 2010

Three new electric cookers installed
Three new electric cookers were installed in the school kitchen on 13th March, 2010...Read more
Posted on 16th March, 2010

New construction
With the financial support from the Himalayan Youth Foundation (HYF), a three storied academic building is being constructed at CTAS campus ... (Read more)
Posted on 10th March, 2010

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