The DLIHE believes in holistic education which focuses on developing the whole person by providing both academic and life skill programmes. Student on-campus job programme aims to make student independent and responsible citizens. The programme also focuses on inculcating leadership skills, team-building skills and gain valuable work experience.
The on-campus job is design to serve the following purposes:
- Support the educational programmes by providing students with opportunities to gain valuable work skills.
- Give students a means to finance their educational expenses.
- Provide the institute with additional staff for key operations.
- Provide opportunities for students to give back to the community.
- Allow students to develop important life skills and values such as self-responsibility, self-discipline, effective supervision, critical thinking, problem-solving and decision making skills.
The student publications serve as student voices and provide opportunity to hone their writing skills. It is committed to providing the students and campus community with quality publications that enhance the institute.
|Tibetan Write – up 2014||Chinese Write up – 2015||Tibetan Write – up 2013||Chinese Write up – 2015||English Write – up 2013|
|Nyintop – 2013|
Students can create an engage in many vibrant co-curricular experience. The faculty members offer a variety of programmes, including:
- Healthy and sustainable life style
- Tibetan tech team
- Spiritual service
- Alumni association
- The literary
Best way to serve a community is to educate and plant a tree
The community service has been an important part of our institute. It serves the following purposes:
- Develops an increased sense of social responsibility and a heart for giving back and helping others.
- Provides an opportunity to apply academic learning to real human needs.
- Builds relationships and social connectedness with peers and adults.
- It promotes personal growth and self-esteem.
It is mandatory for students to complete 20 hours of community service in each semester, thus, resulting in 40 hours of community service in a year.
The student council organises inter-departmental competition in the campus. Competitions offer a chance for students to gain substantial experience, showcase skills and talents and uncover personal aptitude. It also fosters team spirit and healthy sense of competition.
The following activities are:
- English Extempore
- Tibetan Elocution
- Cultural Competition