The Central University of Tibetan Studies (CUTS) is situated in Sarnath near Varanasi. The university is an autonomous institute and it is an offshoot of Indian ministry of culture. Abbreviated as CUTS it is an institution with a difference.
The Central University of Tibetan Studies (CUTS) is situated in Sarnath near Varanasi. The university is an autonomous institute and it is an offshoot of Indian ministry of culture. Abbreviated as CUTS it is an institution with a difference. The concept of this Tibetan university arose during a discussion between the then Indian Prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru and Dalai Lama. The motive behind the establishment of this institute was to teach Tibetans in exile and make then abreast with the culture of the Tibet. The institute was established in the year 1967. The institute is also referred as Central Institute of Higher Tibetan Studies (CIHTS).
The university runs various programs to keep culture of the land intact in the hearts of Tibetans in exile. The institute offer pre-university, undergraduate, post graduate and doctoral programs in the different disciplines of Tibetan studies.
Nowadays the university is spreading the knowledge of Tibetan living, education, tradition, wisdom and culture to all the Tibetans who are living in exile in India. And it is a no mean task. In addition, the institute also offers teaching on Buddhism and Pail language.
Central University of Tibetan Studies is a university of its own kind so you can find latest news of this university very now and often.
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