They say “Rome was not Built in one Day”. The Tibetan Nehru memorial Foundation school, with its rich history of nearly 49  years had its humble beginning but always been a staunch believer of change and transformation. It is a privilege to join this institution as the Principal with a desire to serve as a change agent in social education and groom my children with life skills and human values apart from academic excellence, so that they can lead a meaningful life and solve the ever evolving challenge of the society. Then only the true meaning of education will come forth.

Always dream big and be ready to face any challenge that comes your way. The institutions objective is best expressed through the motto “Come to learn and go to serve”. Through the years our effort has been to Educate, Empower and Enlighten. I thank the Founder members Mr.Karma tensum and Mr. Paljor who have  constantly supported and contributed whole heartedly for this mission. We at T.N.M.F aim to provide avenues and Opportunities to nurture the multifaceted development of the students and arm them with assets like confidence and dignity .Education today is not only a device to get the required degrees but also create structures for us to adapt for a better tomorrow. Academic excellence along with co-curricular activities has been the hallmark of our school. As someone rightly said “The aim of education is the knowledge not of facts but of values”. It does not mean learning subjects but also learning how to make and repair friendship, learning not to be frightened of uncertainties and also to negate the obsession of exams and learning how to be a social human being. We therefore provide a platform to our children to learn and discover a facet of their personality. Our colossal effort has brought us unto the road of progress but we are determined to strive further to become a landmark in the quality of education.

“The World of tomorrow will be born from the school of today”.

There cannot be anything nobler and sublime than to nurture these saplings.