Tsering Jampa was born in 1955 at Zonga, Tibet, and currently lives in The Netherlands. After completing her High School from Central School for Tibetans, Dalhousie, she earned B.A. from St. Bede’s College, Shimla and Bachelor of Education from Beneras Hindu University. She studied one year Indology at the Utrecht State University, the Netherlands.
In 1986, she co-founded the Tibetan Community in the Netherlands for eight years and served as its Chairperson. During this time she also worked as volunteer with the Tibetan Affairs Coordination Office. Read More
A leader from the very beginning, Mr. Lobsang Kunchok Bhakdo has been the House Leader, a School Captain and the General Secretary for RTYC Dalhousie for three years. After his graduation in the year 1981, he joined the army until he was discharged after 4 years. He later completed his diploma course in Secretarial practice for Personal Assistants & Private Secretaries and joined CST Kurseong, where he was promoted as a Hostel superintendent. In 1994, he joined DOE and a year later he was appointed as the General Secretary for Sherig Parkhang. Seeing his great potential and enthusiasm he was again promoted as a fully-fledged Director in Sherig Parkhang Read More
Ms. Tashi Dolma completed her schooling from Central School for Tibetans Dalhousie. Later under the guidance of Department of Education, she was sent to undergo a Teacher’s Training course at Saint Bede’s College, Shimla and today has 18 years teaching experience to her credit.
In April 2012, she was unanimously elected as the President of TWA to the 10th Central Executive Committee.
She has served as the President of U-tsang Association, Secretary of Local Assembly at her locality and was one of the founding Read More
As nominated by the first democratically elected Sikyong (The Political leader) of the Tibetan People, Dr. Lobsang Sangay and unanimously approved by the Tibetan Parliament, He accepted the post of Kalon and took the oath of office from the Chief Justice Commissioner on 16 September 2011. He officially took the responsibility to lead the Department of Health (Tibetan Voluntary Health Association) as its 15th Kalon on 19 September, 2011. Read More
I was in the 1st batch when Central School for Tibetans, Dalhousie was first established in the spring of 1963. At school, apart from studying, along with the laborers all the students worked hard in shaping up the whole landscape of the school property; that includes leveling of a valley into the present football ground, construction of the classroom building after demolishing the British era ruined houses, construction of new hostels for the boys and girls, Teacher’s Quarter etc. Read More
A professor of education, Dr. N.P. Sipur is the first Tibetan to assume a teaching position in a major university teacher education program in the United States. He has been teaching since 1993. He is a proud alumnus of Central Tibetan School for Tibetans, Dalhousie, where he had studied for several years before moving to a private school in India.
He has been invited nationally and internationally to present scholarly papers on bilingual education, multicultural education, and schooling of children in the Diaspora. He examines the intersection of language, race, and culture in the schooling process for minority children as critical facet of social justice ideology.
Mr. Lobsang Samten (known as Gen Tiny) is the artistic director of TIPA. He was born in Tsang, Tibet. At the age of five he escaped into exile with his parents’ in 1959. In 1961, he joined a nursery school (bhusoekhang), now TCV. Year 1963, around 50 boys and 50 girls, including him were sent to Dalhousie. He was in the second batch of AIHS exam held in 1973. From 1974 to 1984, he studied Tibetan musical instruments, opera and folk dances from the three provinces of Tibet in TIPA. He was appointed as instructor in 1985 when TIPA first held TTC for music and dance. Later in 1989, he was promoted to the post of artistic director. For the last 38 years, he served in various capacities in TIPA. He had an opportunity to perform in 32 countries with the TIPA artistes.
I was born in a small village in Kham area of Tibet. 1960, I crossed the Himalaya and came to India as a refugee. 1964, I joined CST Dalhousie, after working hard in the road construction labor camp in Chamba District for 3 years. I graduated from school with first batch class in 1972.
I joined the CTA service in 1973, after a year of job Training at Arabki Sareria Institute of Vocational Training, New Delhi. My first job was at Office of Tibet, Kathmandu Nepal and during that time Read More
Kalon Dongchung Ngodup was born on 31December 1956 at Toe-Sur Tso in Dongchung family. In 1959 he left Tibet through Tibet-Nepal border of Sharmkhambu and started his primary education in Delekling day school. In mid 1963, he came to India and continued his education in Dharamsala until April 1964. He was then sent to CST Dalhousie, from where he studied up to 11th standard with distinction. After completing his secondary education, he studied B.A (Hons) in Political Science from Ramjas College, University of Delhi, Read More
I was among some 30 students being transferred from Dharamsala transit School (Sur-Tsog near Lower TCV School) to Dalhousie around middle of the year 1966. I was among the youngest ones barely 7 years I think and had started right from Class I. I had studied in CST Dalhousie for 11 years and had graduated as the Higher Secondary fellow. During school time I also had participated in addressing the people on public functions like celebration of Independence Day and also in School functions like Read More
Born in Thingri,Tibet and come to exile with parents to India. Joined CST Dalhousie in 1964 and finised eighth grade and later joined Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies in Varanasi in 1972. Finished Shastri (Equivalent to B.A) with major in Tibetan language and literature from Sanskrit University, Varanasi, in 1978 and joined TCV High school in 1979 as Senior Tibetan language teacher and served for eight years. Read More
Mr. Tenzin Phuntsok Aitsha was born in Tsakor in South Western Tibet and left with his family in 1960 at the age of six for India. In 1964, he joined Central School for Tibetan, Dalhousie and completed his High Secondary School in 1974. He was educated in India and the United States, including being a Fullbright Scholar in 1997. He did his Masters of Philosophy (M.Phill) in Political Science from Punjab University in India. During this time, he was elected as the President of Tibetan Freedom Movement and Tibetan Youth Congress respectively. Read More
I was born in 1957 in Amdo Rebkong, Tibet. I studied at the Central School for Tibetans, Dalhousie from 1963-1972 and later on moved to Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies, Sarnath at Varanasi and have completed Shastri, Acharya and Bachelor of Education degree. I served the Tibetan Children’s Village Dharamsala as a PGT teacher from 1981 to 1993 and was appointed as the Principal cum Director of Tibetan Children’s Village in Suja from 1993-1996. Read More
Mr. Sonam Tsering Frasi: FCA, FRA (born 1954, Rawang, Ngari, Tibet) now lives in London and works as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of an International corporation specialising in Optical Equipments for Science, Astronomy and Astrophysics.
After completing his All India Higher Secondary Education in 1973, with first division from CST, Dalhousie, Sonam completed his graduation in Commerce with credit from St. Joseph’s College, Darjeeling. Read More
First batch student of Dalhousie with Roll # 78. Left school after graduating grade 8th in 1970 with first division and joined Gyudmed Tantric University to pursue Buddhist studies. In 1974 I was appointed the Executive Secretary of the Gyudmed Tantric University and worked for almost 12 years. Read More
He holds a Master in Public Administration and is also an alumnus of the Tibetan Scholarship Program, Mr. Choephel received an MPA from Monterey Institute of International Studies in 1996. Read More
Dr. Tsewang Tamdin underwent his schooling from the Central Schools for Tibetans, Dalhousie from 1963 to 1972. He then joined the third batch students in Tibetan Medical & Astrological College (Men-Tsee-Khang) and completed his graduation in 1978. He was successful in obtaining the “Menrampa Chungwa and “Menrampa Dringwa” Degree in traditional Tibetan Medicine in the year 1987 and 1999 respectively. Read More
Positions Held: Director, Yongling School, Mcleod Ganj, Dharamsala, India; President, Tibetan Unemployment Co-operative Society, Dharamsala, India; President, Utsang Cholkha, Mcleod Ganj, Dharamsala, HP-176219, India; Chairman, CHOICE, Mcleod Ganj, Dharamsala. Read More
He joined the Home Affairs of the Central Tibetan Administration of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in July 1986 before which he was an Executive Officer at a British Tea Company in India for over seven years. Read More