Our contact details as:
Contact Address Contact Numbers
Mr. Sonam Sichoe (Director)
Mr. Karma Sherap Tharchin, Principal
Tibetan Children's Village School Suja
P.O. Matroo- 175032 Distt Mandi, H.P.
Principal :  9882307662,
 Office:         01908-252799
School Office/Fax:  01908-252621
Account Office:  01908-231271
Email : tcvsuja_bir@yahoo.co.in, tharchinkarma@yahoo.com

Principal's Message

As a new principal of this school, I look forward to this new position with great anticipation and challenge. I am fully committed to give the very best I have for this unique school of TCV Suja. I feel extremely blessed to have the privilege of working alongside the knowledgeable and committed staff and faculty who hold high degree of expectation and continue to strive for the excellence of the students and themselves. I continually challenge myself as well to grow and place high expectation on student both academically and morally. With the blessings of H.H the Dalai Lama and the guiding arbitration of our head office, I am confident that our school be blessed as our students grow into fine, responsible and productive citizen of this world underpinned by rich values “Honesty, integrity and excellence”.

Through this web, I would like to thank everyone including parents, sponsors, donors and well wishers for their genuine supports and concern in bringing difference in the life of our students. Hopefully you will continue with the same spirit in the coming days.
Our website is at your end; please do visit on the site to update with the latest events happening in our school. I look forward to seeing our children and being a small part of their lives like the desire I hold for my own children. Please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts and ideas regarding your child’s education a success. Your concern, ideas and positive suggestions are appreciated and respected. Our communication is vital to their success and overall growth of this school. We want to be proud of our school and our students.
With best wishes
Karma Sherap Tharchin(Mr.) Principal
TCV Suja
Updates by: Mr. Tenzin Dhargyal (TGT-English)

Other Updates:UPPER TCV

Following the Chinese limited liberalization policy of the 1980s, Tibetans by the thousands crossed over to India to seek freedom from suppression and persecution. Among the escapees there were a sizable number of illiterate young adults who needed help in education as well as eventual integration into society. The Cabinet Secretariat of the Tibet Administration (Kashag) founded an adult education school in 1986 at Bir 75 km from Dharamsala. It was named New Tibetan School, and there were 68 students who lived and studied in rental houses there.
Later in 1990, the Kashag entrusted the responsibility of running the school to TCV, as it had the required experience and capacity to do so.
At the time of TCV's takeover, there were already 322 young adults with many joining day by day. When the school was in its early development; there was neither proper curriculum, nor adequate infrastructure.
For TCV, it was a moment of great challenge. Everything had to be reorganized and restructured in a systematic manner, keeping in mind the unique needs of adult newcomer students.
New policy guidelines were worked out with the aim of standardizing the education and opening other options and opportunities for further education and training. In spite of considerable struggles in the efforts to create a new kind of school within the TCV system, Bir School eventually came out a success.
The school has adapted well to the new system of education in accordance with the Central Board of Secondary Education curriculum.
The successful handling of the adult school at Bir let to another development in TCV's continual efforts in combating the overcrowding problems. SOS Kinderdorf International agreed to fund the establishment of a completely new SOS Village at Bir. A plot of seven acres of land was bought around the TCV Bir School, and hectic construction of the Children's Village was undertaken. A first batch of 27 children from Tibet arrived even when the village was not formally opened. Temporary arrangements were made for them. As the major part of the construction was completed in 1994 and the required infrastructures created, a fresh batch 303 children from Tibet joined the Village.

Mr. Pema Tsultrim
Mr. Ngodup Wangdue
Mr. Sonam Sichoe
(Active Inservice)
Mr. Thupten Lugrig
Mr. Sonam Sichoe
Mr. Karma Tharchin
(Active Inservice)

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