Drujeygang


 Appearance of Drujegang resembles my home town. The life style, cultivation culture, crops grown and so on are similar like in my village. However the people out here aren’t that simple as people in my hometown. People here are of diverse origin. Many speak khengkha, Lotsamkha and some Ngalop. The fertility of the land/soil out here is not that good. Vegetables are not easily available here. Our team just got into this new place with lodging items but not with foodstuff, thinking that we might get everything out here. After reaching out here, we found ourselves nowhere. Everything out here seems so expensive and on top of that actually we don’t get the things that we need.
Staff out here says, they have to go all way to Damphu to get vegetables items. We were eight in total, four of us including supervising examiner we decided to take
meals from the school kitchen. We brought everything and let one of the cook to prepare our meals where at the end we decided to pay him with sum of Nu. 1500/-. Three other friends decided to manage everything privately. 28th November was a very special day for DHSS. A camp fire was arranged to bit farewell for classes Xs and XIIs. We were also invited to the gathering. We enjoyed the farewell session with few programs and did have the dinner.
On the morning of 30th November, the principal welcomed the external examiners in the assembly. The supervising examiner did introduce the invigilators and briefed the students with dos and dons of the exams accordance with the BCSEA rules and regulations.  The supervising examiner wished students for their good completion of the examinations. There were 134 class Xs and 34, 12Com students.




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