Tashi Tobgay

Mr. Tashi Tobgay has a Bachelor in Buddhist Philosophy and Master in the same discipline from Central University of Tibetan Studies in Sarnath, Varanasi, India.

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He taught Dzongkha at Gedu College of Business Studies Sanskrit and Lhadri (painting) at College of Language and Culture Studies. Tashi Tongay also taught Dzongkha Literature at Pasakha Ugyen Dorji Choekhorling Monastery (Gonzin Dratshang). Further, he served as a volunteer teacher and taught Tibetan history, grammar and Buddhist philosophy to Tibetan Community at Norgayling (Nagpur, India).

Funded by Annual University Research Grant (AURG), he conducted research on Culture of using Dzongkha reading and writing in the offices. He also participated in several workshops on research and VLE initiated by Gedu College of Business Studies. Tashi Tobgay also participated in qualitative data analysis and report writing workshop organized by College of Language and Culture Studies and translation workshop conducted by Central University of Tibetan Studies in Sarnath, Varanasi, India.

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Tshering Wangchuk

Mr. Tshering Wangchuk completed his Master degree (Political Science) in the First Division. He completed his Bachelor’s Degree in BA Political Science and Sociology in 2015.
He was the recipient of His Majesty’s Certificate for Academic Excellence to the Academic Toppers for his Bachelor Degree’s academic performance including multiple recipient of Dean’s List for academic excellence.

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He has researched and presented on the topic “Evolution of National Day Addresses from 2006-2018’. And also worked on a research topic titled as “Cultural Wisdom and Sustainable Development in Satsam Chorteon”. He has also worked as an Assistant Researcher for the research project “Understanding, Developing, and Supporting Meaningful Work for Youth with Disabilities in Bhutan: Networks, Communities, and Transitions” from July, 2019 to July, 2020. And has travelled extensively across Bhutan for the purpose of data collection while serving in the project.
He has also been a part of Erasmus+ mobility programme in the Netherlands from 13th- 25th January, 2019.

Currently, he is researching on the change in ownership of temple in Tshento Gewog with a tentative topic titled as “Change in monastery ownership in Tshento Gewog within the larger local and national political and social dynamics”

He has been in the teaching profession since 2017. And at the moment, he coordinates Rigter Mind Meet.

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Ugyen Chenzom

Ms. Ugyen Chezom completed her B. Sc. in Computer Science from Sherubtse College, Royal University of Bhutan.

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After completing her degree, she worked as a software developer in Yang Khor IT Solution. The most enriching experience that she carries to her classroom is her industry experience of engagement as a trainer for De-Suung Skilling Programme for ’ICT Foundation Course.’
Her curiosity to take new ideas to the classroom and commitment continuous learning helps students learn and grow.

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