provides hands-on practical experience
OPD OUT-PATIENT DEPARTMENT
The outpatient department (OPD) is the primary touch point for the patients and acts as the prelusive window to any healthcare service provided to the community.
Free sowa-rigpa medical camp at Ramangara,karnataka.
“The only thing that you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library.”
for Sorig Doctors
The doctors who have successfully registered under NCISM with honourable Dr.Rakesh Sharma and his team
1-year internship. In addition to their mainstream subjects, the students also study Tibetan Medicine, Tibetan Astro-Science, Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy, and Modern Bio-medical Science as supplementary subjects. Since the inception of the college till date, 19 medical batches totaling 366 medical practitioners (333 Tibetans, 22 Indian citizens of the Himalayan region and 11 foreign nationals) and 10 Astro-science batches comprising 79 Astro-science practitioners (76 Tibetans, 1 Indian citizen of the Himalayan region, and 2 foreign nationals) have graduated.
Sowa-Rigpa medical practitioners are registered themselves under CCIM, Ministry of Ayush, Government of India. Currently, there are 52 Medical students and 8 Astro-Science students studying in their 5th and 4th year in Medicine, and 4th year in Astro-Science. Besides, 19 students representing the first group of international students for the Kachupa Degree Course are undertaking their pre-first year program.
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Men-Tsee-Khang was established in 1916 in Lhasa, Tibet by the Great 13th Dalai Lama and it was re-established on 23 March 1961 by His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama in Dharamsala, India. The institute initially started with a doctor and an astrologer with ten students on two separate campuses in Dharamsala called Chopra House and Glenmore Cottage. Dr. Yeshi Dhonden and Ven. Dukhorwa Lodoe Gyatso were the forerunners of Medicine and Astro-Science Schools.
About Bangaluru Men-Tsee-Khang College
Meet Our Students
Men-Tsee-Khang students tell their own stories of what life at Men-Tsee-Khang means to them.
Miss Dolma Lhadon
12th Astro Batch
I am immensely grateful to have studied Tibetan Astro Science in Mentseekhang College. Despite of insightful provision of education, the environment of people around our college is undeniably admirable. I have learned innumerable aspects of life lesson from everyone in these 4 years. Infact, I would like to offer my sincere thanks to all the teachers for I feel indebted for your courtesy.