Our Principal, Dr. Dawa
Dr. Stanzin Dawa became the Principal of Lamdon in 2018. An ardent and enthusiastic leader, Dr Stanzin holds a PHD from Panjab University Chandigarh.
He has a wealth of experience having worked with organisations like British Council, Rajiv Gandhi National Institute of Youth Development and Commonwealth Secretariat.
In the last two years, he has brought many significant changes in the teaching methods, redesigning the planning and execution of teaching, and bringing in monitoring mechanism to ensure adherence to these methods. Among Dr. Dawa’s signature initiatives has been the formation of student clubs so as to provide a platform for students to follow their passion and in the process enhancing their skills and competency. Dr. Dawa has also leaned heartily towards continuous development of teachers and staff, urging them to participate in various trainings essential to promote their skills, knowledge and proficiency. He has also taken several initiatives towards constructing and renovating the infrastructure of the school. As a result, the school has a new indoor stadium, expanded hostel space, digital libraries, smart classrooms, and well-equipped labs.
Dr. Dawa continues to guide the school with the objective of achieving the school’s vision keeping in view the values it stands for. As such, his utmost focus remains on making the school a 21st century school where students learn more than textbooks and are truly prepared for their life ahead.
Ms Kunzes Angmo
Ms Deachen Wangmo
Ms Tsultrim Dolma
The committee consists of external as well as internal members to overlook the functioning of the school. The members meet every quarter and are committed to the welfare of all the stakeholders. It ensures that the school is equipped and facilitated with necessary resources and there is no irregularity in the finances.
Prof. Deskyong Namgyal
President, Managing Committee
Lamdon Social Welfare Society:
The society is the foundation and the guardian of the school.
It came into being, when in the late 1960s, a group of socially enlightened youth determined to eradicate social evils of the society, and work towards enriching the cultural heritage, and making education accessible to all. The society came into being in 1970 and immediately began spreading awareness through lectures, street plays, songs and dances. The performance and songs by the cultural troop headed by Shri Morup Namgyal blanketed Ladakh and was able to hit the bull’s eye. Within few years, polyandry and dowry were eradicated from the soil of Ladakh. An amount of Rs. 29,000 were raised through the stage shows which were utilized to set up Lamdon School in 1973 with just 29 students. The school strives to give preference to the kids from poor and remote areas. It has grown to be one of the most reputed educational institutions of Ladakh. For its incessant work towards education, Department of Women and Children Development, Ministry of HRD, GoI, conferred prestigious ‘Child Welfare Award’ to the society. In 2002, Mahabodhi International Meditation Centre awarded ‘Acharya Buddha Rakkhita Humanitarian Award” to the school. For its outstanding service to the humankind, Ladakh Buddhist Association conferred ‘Bharat Ratna Dr. Ambedkar Award’ to the society in 2009.
To this day, the society works untiringly, rendering its services through volunteering, social campaigns, medical camps, welfare activities and charity.