Community and Residential Life
The majority of the students reside in the dormitories, where two students share a room and each floor shares a common bathroom area. There are a few rooms with attached bathroom facilities and these rooms are provided to international students with some additional cost.
Dormitories have solar-powered hot-water facilities. The rooms in dormitories are furnished with a bed, mattress, a table and concrete shelves for your books and clothing. Students are expected to bring their own bedding, buckets, cup, plate, mug and a chair if you are not used to using your bed as chair. There are no assigned janitorial workers but students living on each floor take pride and enjoy maintaining the cleanliness of their floor and bathroom area.
Dorm B or the Girls’ Hostel can accommodate up to 110 girls. There are a few rooms with attached bathroom facilities in the girls’ dormitories.
Dorm C and D or the Boys’ Hostel can accommodate up to 206 boys. There are a few rooms with attached bathroom facilities in the boys’ dormitories.
Health and Wellness
The college believes ‘Health is Wealth’ and expects students to participate in games and activities that are hosted on campus. Sport is an important leisure recreational activity. There are various facilities to encourage students in sport activities:
- Basketball ground
- Volleyball cum-badminton ground
- Table Tennis board
- Carom board
The location of the College in the remote plains below the Himalayas provides a wonderful opportunity for joggers and runners to feel the freshness of nature.
College Community Kitchen
A team of 6 cooks headed by the staff in charge of the kitchen provides simple meals to the entire campus community on a daily basis in a common dinning area for the ordained community, lay community and staff. The “Kitchen in charge” takes care of all the supplies for the kitchen and cooks prepare three meals a day plus tea. Basic meals are served in the common kitchen.
The College Clinic oversees the health and wellness of the campus community through a small on-campus clinic managed by a resident health worker. The Clinic provides first-aid medical service to the college community as well as to the entire Indian local population.
The students of CHTS, Sarah are proud to be part of this wonderful vibrant community where they learn not just in the classroom but also through nunumerous work education activities. Every student take turns to work for the college community kitchen on what “kitchen duty” and the student Voluntary Environmental Group manages all the waste produced by the entire campus. They segregate the waste and look for environmentally friendly ways to dispose of it. The “Student Wall Editor” group manages the classroom area display board by encouraging students to write poems, essays and translate different works on literature, language, arts, history etc. in Tibetan language.
The college campus welcomes new visitors with the touch of Tibetan culture. Students follow a rigorous academic life.