We had seventeen young men and women staying here during the summer break. Their summer holiday period was utilized most positively. Each person was engaged in campus work programs so that they learn the value of work and learn to earn at the same time. On an average, everyone worked for about four hours a day. They were engaged in various activities such as building a kitchen garden, planting trees, gardening and pruning, helping in the kitchen, supervising all repair and maintenance work in the hostels and academic center and be office helpers, type Tibetan texts and generally be useful and actively contribute to the general campus life. This summer project gave the campus a face lift and was a valuable experience for our young men and women.