Human Capital Development

CTA welcomes two fellows of American Indian Foundation (AIF)

Dharamshala: The second-year collaboration of the Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) with the American Indian Foundation (AIF)  hosted two fellows, Ms. Shivangi Singh and Ms. Trishla Bafna from India working in areas of gender mainstreaming and sensitization and towards the promotion of entrepreneurship and vocational education in Tibetan Schools. CTA’s SARD entered into a three-year partnership […]


Department of Home sponsors 16 Tibetan youth to pursue skill training program

Dharamshala: Skill Training Scholarship program is a new initiative of the Youth Empowerment Support (YES) section of the Department of Home, CTA. The main objective of the program is to provide an opportunity to the Tibetan Youth (18-45 years) to pursue skill training program from any skill training institute of their choice and from anywhere in India. […]


‘Himalayan Cultural Heritage’ – Tibet Policy Institute’s talk series on sacred monasteries of Himalayan Region

Dharamshala: The Tibet Policy Institute is hosting a talk series titled ‘Himalayan Cultural Heritage’ to spotlight the spiritually introspective, well-preserved 1000 year-long Buddhist traditions in the Himalayan region that have led to the establishment of many monasteries and inspired academic research and study into Buddhism. The talk series features over 12 abbots, instructors, administrators, researchers, […]


Two American Indian Foundation Clinton Fellows begins service at CTA

In March 2019, CTA’s SARD entered into a three-year partnership with the American Indian Foundation (AIF) through which AIF committed to placing two of their William J. Clinton Fellows each September for a service period of ten months. The Fellowship is named after former United States President Bill Clinton. In its first year of partnership, […]


Tibet Corps Dhang-Shab-Pas Make Project Presentations

Dharamsala: Tibet Corps organised a special meeting where 18 current dhang-shab-pas currently serving with various CTA departments and sections presented a summary of their individual projects. The meeting was held on December 20, 2019 at the Department of Finance conference room. This was the first meeting of its kind and Tibet Corps now intends to […]


The inauguration of the two week Induction training programme at IIPA, New Delhi commences for CTA new recruits

New Delhi: The Public Service Commission is organizing two-weeks Induction training at Indian Institute of Public Administration for new recruits of CTA from 16th to 27th Dec. 2019.  A total number of 23 budding officials, holding ranks of section officer, office superintendent, Office Assistant, Senior Clerk and Junior Clerk are attending the training. The inaugural programme commenced […]


Public Service Commission’s induction training for new CTA recruits underway

Dharamshala: The Public Service Commission of the Central Tibetan Administration today began one-month induction training for 25 newly recruited staff of Central Tibetan Administration. Explaining the aims and objectives of the training, Chairman Wangdu Tsering Pesur said that in addition to the routine training in Dharmashala, the new recruits would also receive two-week training at the Indian […]


PSC concludes capacity building training at HIPA,Shimla

The 10-day capacity building training program at Himachal Pradesh Institute of Public Administration (HIPA) which began on 16 September concluded on 25 September with a special class on the Public Administration by the Director of the HIPA, Shri C.P. Verma. HIPA Director along with the Secretary of Public Service Commission(PSC) presided over the closing ceremony held […]


PSC concludes Induction Training 2019

Public Service Commission concluded its 45-day Induction Training yesterday at the Administrative Training and Welfare Society of the Central Tibetan Administration. The Chairman of Public Service Commission presided over the valediction held at the Songtsen hall of the Training Centre. Mr. Sonam Choephel Shosur, the Chairman and Mrs. Tsering Yangkey, Secretary of the Public Service […]


Tibet Policy Institute with DLIHE hosts the 5th Young Tibetan Research Scholars’ Conference

Bangalore: The flagship conference of the Tibet Policy Institute, Young Tibetan Research Scholars’ Conference was held from 1 to 3 September in collaboration with the Dalai Lama Institute for Higher Education, Bengaluru. The inaugural ceremony of the three day conference was attended by the Chief Guest, Abbot of Sera Mey Monastery, Venerable Geshe Tashi Tsering; Special Guest, […]