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Grade V visited the Godawari Botanical Garden on 13 July for their Field Trip. The students had been studying different types of plants for their Science classes. The visit to Godawari was a supplement to their text-book knowledge of the various species of plants and their habitat.

Photo Courtesy: Anmol Shrestha, Anjolee Thapa, Pradipti Aryal and Roshan Poudyal (Grade V)
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An iconic figure of Nepali Literature, Bhanubhakta Acharya is a well known name who was honoured with the title of, 'Adikavi'. Today on the occasion of Banhu Jayanti, the students of Triyog paid tribute to the influential poet and writer by performing renditions of some of his celebrated works in school.

Photo Courtesy: Pradipti Shrestha (Grade IX) and Bharosh Devkota (Grade X), Triyog Photo and Journalism Club.
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Grades IV and V got their hands dirty for their session on Earthworm Investigation with Wildlife Conservation Nepal (WCN). The students got an opportunity to study these friends of farmers up close and observe their characteristics. ... See MoreSee Less

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For July, Triyog wonders 'What's on TV?'. The Houseboards are here to answer that!
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The Inter House Basketball Competition came to an exciting end with students from Grades IV to X participating enthusiastically. The school saw budding athletes challenge each other is a spectacular show of competition and sportsmanship. The overall trophy was claimed by Tilicho House after remarkable performances by their girls and boys teams. ... See MoreSee Less

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Let's learn to share our privileges!

The members of the Social Service Club ran an initiative to collect old pens from the school. These pens were handed over to Youth Vigor Nepal who will be putting new refills in them and donating them to the needy.
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Teachers are the ones who take up the role of the source of guidance as they teach young minds to learn and find their way. Whether we realise it or not, the voice of conscience in our minds is that of a teacher. Triyog wishes all the remarkable teachers a wonderful Guru Purnima. It's your love and patience to teach that encourages young minds to dream big and work harder! ... See MoreSee Less

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With Guru Purnima coming up, the students decided to celebrate an early Teachers' Day today. The school was in a spirit of celebration as students put together acts, songs and dances for their teachers. Without a doubt, the entire Triyog family was brought closer together as students expressed their appreciation for all the efforts that their teachers put for them. It was a memorable day for all! ... See MoreSee Less

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The Heart Health Club of Triyog had an interactive session with Dr. Rita Thapa and her team from Bhaskar Memorial Foundation. With an increasing population falling victims of cardiovascular diseases, the Heart Health Club had an opportunity to understand more about how the human body functions and how to adopt a healthier lifestyle. ... See MoreSee Less

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The four houses are gearing up for the next Houseboard Theme! Who do you think is going to win the next round?
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The Graduation Ceremony for the SEE batch of 2016-17 was held on 30 June 2017 with Dr. Bhawani Shankar Subedi, Former National Program Manager of Skill Program under Ministry of Education and Former Executive Director of Training Institute for Technical Instruction, as the Chief Guest. The ceremony, which was attended by the School’s Executive Director, Prinicpal, teachers, students and their parents, was a proud moment of celebration for all. Medals were handed to the top 15 students who scored the highest, second highest and third highest GPAs. Smriti Thapa was the topper with a GPA of 3.80. We wish all the students the best for their bright future! ... See MoreSee Less

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On 16 June, the students of Grades VII, VIII and X who take Nepal Bhasha as their ECA got an opportunity to meet and interact with well known 'Satabdi Purush', Mr. Satya Mohan Joshi. Mr. Joshi is a researcher as well as both Nepali and Newari writer and a scholar. He talked to the students about how the process of learning is a limitless endeavour and that cultural barriers should not stand in the way of an enthusiastic mind. ... See MoreSee Less

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As a part of their ongoing lesson on 'From the Farm to the Table', Grade II took a trip to Laxmi Farm in Tokha yesterday. The kids celebrated the Rice Plantation Festival with a lively interaction with the farmers on this practice of planting rice seedlings on Asar 15 and a traditional meal of curd and beaten rice (dahi-chiura). They were able to connect what they learn in school with what they saw in practice and participated enthusiastically in the planting process. Needless to say, our kids learnt to appreciate the hard work that the farmers of our country put in for us to enjoy our meal. ... See MoreSee Less

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Grades KG-III celebrated their Project Day with their parents on 23 June. Project Days are opportunities for the students to showcase what they have learnt in their classes via songs, skits and exhibitions on particular themes. The themes for this Project Day were KG- Colours, Grade I- Farm Animals, Grade II- Plants, and Grade III- Animals. The students put up a wide array of displays for their parents to see. ... See MoreSee Less

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Triyog played host to the Real School of Nepal 2017 for Central Region- Kathmandu West today which is an inter school event that provides a platform for students all over Nepal to showcase their talents. Kundan Man Shrestha secured the 5th position in the Score the Real Goal Competition, Niraj Baral stood 3rd in the Extempore Competition and Yashaswi Ghale bagged the 1st position in 3 Minutes to Fame where she was provided with 3 minutes to perform in front of the judges. Congratulations to all the winners! ... See MoreSee Less

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Grade I performing in the Tiny Babblers 2017 Talent Round.
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Six students from Grade I had participated in Tiny Babblers 2017 by Himalaya TV. The students participated enthusiastically in the event in which they introduced themselves to the audience with a quote. Rohini Baral was the 2nd runner up in catwalk whereas Aagat Pathak won the title of Killer Eyes and Asmi Karki was awarded with the title of Beautiful Smile. However, the performance that stole the show was the Talent Round in which the participants put up a dance for which they won the first prize.

The school appreciates the efforts of Ms. Sabina Katwal for conceptualising the performance, Ms. Rebu Pande for her guidance, Ms. Sangita Shrestha for choreography, Ms. Rama Rana for props and the entire team of teachers for their constant guidance and efforts in helping the students build their confidence. Congratulations to all the winners!
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To celebrate World Olympic Day, Triyog held the Triyog Inter College Staff/Teachers 7-A-side Football Competition with Mr. Ramesh Kumar Shrestha, Member of the Nepal Olympic Committee, as the Chief Guest. The participating teams were Kist College, NCIT, Trinity international college,dilli bazar and Triyog. After a series of fierce matches, Triyog emerged vitorious with KIST and NCIT bagging the second and third place respectively. At the end of the tournament, all the participating teams were recognised by the Nepal Olympic Committee. Kudos to all the participating teams! ... See MoreSee Less

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In an important lesson of learning to care about their fellow community members, the members of the Community Service Club got together to run a drive to collect food items from the members of Triyog. They handed over their collection to Pabitra Samaj Sewa - PSS Nepal, Basundhara, where Ms. Dikchhya Chapagai has been caring for those in need. Under the guidance of their teacher Ms. Durga Karki, the students got an opportunity to interact with the members at PSS and know their stories. We believe that sharing of stories helps the students understand the bigger picture and instills a sense of responsibility towards their fellow countrymen. ... See MoreSee Less

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Admissions are open for +2 at Triyog! You can check out the school website www.triyog.edu.np or call the School Office at 01-4365285, 01-4381695 for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

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Admissions are open for +2 at Triyog! You can check out the school website www.triyog.edu.np or call the School Office at 01-4365285, 01-4381695 for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

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Grade I visited the Central Zoo, Jawalakhel on 16 June for their Field Trip. The school had invited some of the parents of Grade I to accompany them in their visit. The children had a wonderful day of learning about different kinds of animals and participated enthusiastically in the activities set for them. We would like to extend our hearty gratitude towards the parent volunteers for their participation and support during the trip. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are pleased to announce that our students have made us proud once again by achieving a perfect record in their SEE examinations. We congratulate the students and teachers for their hard work which has resulted in this proud moment for the school. Good job, Batch of 2073! ... See MoreSee Less

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As a part of the ongoing Parent Interaction Sessions, Grade VIII 'C' got an opportunity to interact with Mr. Nirku Dhan Rai on 12 June. Mr. Rai, who is involved in the field of tourism, discussed about the history of tourism in Nepal and how it positively affects the economy of the country. The interactive session was a wonderful opportunity for the students to have a fresh outlook on travel and tourism. ... See MoreSee Less

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