Bangalore 10th January : Following the successful handing and taking over of files, financial statements and assets between the outgoing CEO Mr Tashi Wangdu and new CEO Mr Tenzin Yega, in the presence of the witnesses on 9th and 10th … Continued
In the view of growing importance of sustainable development of Tibetan settlements, the cooperative movement was started in several Tibetan settlements. Different Tibetan co-operative societies were registered under the different State Co-operative Societies Act; to support their members in various aspects. Read More
To make the Tibetan settlement viable and sustainable by strengthening and providing assistance to member co-operative societies and generating employment opportunities within the Tibetan community especially for the youth. At the same time preserving and promoting Tibetan culture and traditions.