The main purpose of this booklet is to inform the society in general and students aspiring to join Sherubtse in particular about the various courses offered by this institution. The prospec­tus also informs readers about some of the important facets of the college: brief history, achievements, changes underwent, and facilities and services that are offered to the students and staff. Sherubtse is the oldest and biggest college under the Royal University of Bhutan (RUB). It is the only college of RUB that offers a wide range of academic disciplines under five schools: (i) Arts and Humanities, (ii) Social Sci­ences, (iii) Physical Sciences, (iv) Life Sciences and (v) Computer Science and Mathematics. Each School has various courses and programmes that totals to some 18 different Awards. Sherubtse continues to be the destination for many academic toppers from high schools of the country.Wel­come to Sherubtse College, the Peak of Learning, the choice you will not regret. 


Student Activity Report

Produced through the Office of Student Affairs, the Annual Student Activities Report provides a wealth of information about the student’s engagement in various clubs, units, forums, societies and other event organizations at Sherubtse College and the Community for May 2013 to May 2014. Both on campus and off campus highlights, achievements of clubs, units, forums, societies and other events are well captured in the report. The report is not intended to offer just a comprehensive evalu- ation of students’ activities but a broader vision about the all-encom- passing and fulfilling merits of campus life. Our mission is to provide Gross National Happiness (GNH) inspired en- vironment for students in their day-to-day teaching and learning and in wholesome development. In realizing this mission statement, we are committed to provide leadership skills in the development of students; implement and sustain a student-centered community; and create a conducive environment to enhance the achievement of students’ in the academic disciplines, career and personal goals. We are understandably proud of the efforts of our staff and students as we work together to heighten the College’s reputation for aca- demic excellence, leadership, and service. On behalf of the management of Student Affairs, I would like to sincerely thank all my staff moderators and the executives of Forum for National and International Awareness (FINA), the co- ordinators of various clubs, units and societies for their unfailing cooperation, dedication and commitment. The meaningful out-of-class experiences and skills is the true asset of any stu- dent that can be gained in the College.