• Pokhara Lekhnath 18, Bhakunde, Kaski, Nepal
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Co-curriculum Activities

Every Saturday we organize a inter class and inter house Tri-lingual Spelling contest, Debate, Quiz, Elocution and Poem Recitation. The motive of organizing such activities is to make confident in the public, reading, speaking etc. Students are making a huge progress and develop after every Saturday. Sometime we call a special guest judge from outside to observe our student knowledge and their creativity. Likewise, students from higher class are getting opportunity to watch different documentary movies in our conference through projector.

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Computer Class

In this advanced era computer is a major tools to operate every function. In our school we are giving computer class to the senior students. Although we have limited computers now but in the future we are planning to add more if we find any donors. Basics computer like MS Word, Typing and Excel are taught by our teachers.

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Games & Sports

In our school we are trying to make best shape for our students internally as well as from physically. Every early morning student has to do a morning workout and exercise for half an hour. At the same time different games are organize during the weekend. Basketball match, volley match and football match are organize between inter house to make our physical fit and strong. Sometime our senior students are sent you other schools for games competition.

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Welcome to Pal Ewam Namgyal Monastic School

Pal Ewam Namgyal Monastic School’s established began with the visions of the Khenpo Tsewang Rigzin. Khenpo la witnessed the harsh living condition and limited educational opportunities to the local children living in Mustang and other remote areas of Nepal. Then Khenpo la made a commitment to establish a monastic school for the greater benefit of these children. On July 10th 2005 Khenpo Tsewang Rigzin initiated the project and opened a monastic school for young novice monks. The school was thus named Pal Ewam Namgyal Read More
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Khenpo Tsewang Rigzin

Tashi Dsadelek and Namaste to all my dear friends and well-wishers. I ‘’Khenpo Tsewang Rigzin’’ Read More
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Nunnery School

In June 2005, Mrs Francesca Stengel and Maraigrazia, two Italian women met Ven. Khenpo Tsewang Rigzin Read More

Our Project

ADDITIONAL CLASSROOM BUILDING IN NUNNERY SCHOOL

With the help from Love @ Pal recently, we have build a new classroom building in our Nunnery school in Pokhara. Currently, we have only 5 classrooms but the normal average of room we don’t is 8. Starting from Lower kindergart Read More

SHRINE HALL IN NUNNERY SCHOOL (THRENGKAR)

Pal Ewam Namgon Nunnery School is situated in Upper Mustang, Threngkar. Currently we have 50 nuns with 6 teaching staffs. All the nuns are from poor family background from most remote areas of Nepal. During the summer season we have Read More

NAMGYAL MONASTERY RE-CONSTRUCTION PROJECT

After the devastating earth hit in Nepal on 25th April and 2nd May 2015, thousand of houses and hundreds of people were killed in Nepal. The whole nation was filled with tears and shocked. Many people were homeless and several childr Read More

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Mustang Summer News

It has seemed forever waiting for actual news from Mustang after the horrendous earthquake. Our dear school secretary, Angya, has just returned from a visit and brings welcome news. All the girls are very healthy and happy in school and no injuries were sustained in the earthquake – we are so happy to report confirmation of this.

Last month we attended an amazing opening ceremony and inauguration of the new winter school building in Pokhara.When we first opened the school in 2012 with 18 girls it was quite easy to afford to rent a property in Pokhara so the girls and staff could relocate from Upper Mustang, where it becomes too cold to study in the harsh winter conditions.

Fundraiser update

Over 70% of target raised – what an amazing response by our friends and supporters, Thank you all so very much. I’ve been asked by several supporters for an update on progress towards raising the money for buying much needed bunk beds and bedding for our dear girls in their new winter school, so unusually I’m posting another blog this month.