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Welcome to Muenselling Institute-MI, Khaling.

“Light to the darkness” The only institute forty-four years serving the blind and low vision of Bhutan
Photo: view of Muenselling Institute from Handloom Center
Photo: view of Muenselling Institute from old BHU

Our Motto:

"Education for All."
Photo: reading Braille
"Seeing the world through fingers".
Photo: new academic building

Our vision:

“We will strive to produce independent, productive and worthy value laden students with wholesome academic excellence upholding the GNH values with the pledge of green school”.

Photo: Students learning computer

Our mission:

  • Respond to the expectations of the Royal Government’s national policy and special educational needs.
  • Support the integrated visually impaired students of the mainstream schools.
  • Provide trainings on activities for daily living, orientation and mobility.
  • Provide vocational skills through ICT, music and songs.
  • Conduct co-curricular activities like debate, quiz, essay competitions, speeches, games and sports and physical education to enhance their knowledge and skills. .
  • Inculcate GNH values through social works, value education, health and hygiene and preserve our culture.
Photo: A typical MI class
  • Student 1 reading a braille book,
  • Student 2 writing Braille using slate and stylus,
  • Student 3 writing Braille on a Perkins Brailler,
  • Student 4 calculating using abacus
  • and
  • Student 5 reading large print.
Photo: Principal, Mr. dorji Wangdrup

Special greetings from Principal’s Desk; Muenselling Institute, Khaling


Dearest,
Friends, Viewers and well-wishers;

Very belated Happy New Year to all of you. May this Fire Female Rooster Year, 2017 bring you all a very joyous and successful effect in every step you move forward.

To me, this year has been really a blessing one from the very beginning in many ways; first of all the New Year opens with the events of several joyous moments with friends, family, community and good weather. Secondly, I received phone calls from several parents of the children with visually impairment inquiring for admission, and finally they came and we could start up our planned activities for the current academic calendar without fail. For this year we had five new admissions of various categories with special cases.

So far everything is going on very well under the good guidance of the Ministry of Education and support from the relevant agencies. Only thing is we have masculine tasks ahead to nurture and sphere head this institute in right direction.

I am always thankful to my experienced senior teachers and colleagues for their valuable supports and guidance for my better management. And further, I would like to request for your good wishes and suggestions as to improve the way I would exercise to operate the year round activities in far better ways.
Thank you
(Dorji Wangdrup)
Principal.