I was admitted in Pre-primary in my village school in 1997. Walking in the rain and in the scorching sun while going to the school was really difficult and memorable for me. The school was about one hour walk from my home. Waking up early in the morning and preparing the journey for the school was the stereotypical way of life for people living in the remote. Silambi community Primary School was only the school in the village which admits all the children in the village.
It has been the tradition or custom that the teachers have to go door to door asking for the parents to admit their child to the school. The people in the villages could see nothing more than what happened in their village. Thought of every member of a family to depend upon agricultural and domestic products always lingered in the minds of every family. So, it was really tough for the teachers to even to get students to be admitted in the school. The same was what really happened in my life.
The year 2001 was a very challenging year for me. I had to leave my family and leave to Nagor Lower Secondary School, a day walk from my village. It was the first time in my life to leave my family and go to the boarding school at the age of ten. The days and nights without a mother caring aside, without a father to give an advice, without brothers and sisters to pass time was quite a new experience in the journey of my life.
I have pursued my Post Graduate Diploma in Public Administration in Royal Institute of Management after having selected from Bhutan Civil Service Examination. With much loyalty and utmost dedication I have strive to learn and grab everything that will be later beneficial to the public service from the profound lecturers of Royal Institute of Management. I owe my sincere and heartfelt gratitude and respect for all my professors in RIM