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Students presenting a group activity on Umaylam at CST Kalimpong on 27 October 2016.

Students presenting a group activity on Umaylam at CST Kalimpong on 27 October 2016.

DARJEELING: The Middle Way Approach desk of the Department of Information and International Relations (DIIR) held a two-day workshop on Umaylam at CST Kalimpong and CST Darjeeling from 27 – 28 October and 31 October – 1 November respectively.

Twenty Tibetan students took part in the workshop at CST Kalimpong. During the workshop, the students actively participated in group activities and expressed an earnest desire to learn more about the Middle Way Approach, the official policy of the Central Tibetan Administration to resolve the Tibet issue.

At Darjeeling, 14 students from CST Darjeeling and five students from nearby CST Sonada took part in the two-day workshop. The students were organised into groups and assigned tasks with regard to the Middle Way Approach as a realistic and practical way to resolve the Tibet issue.

The workshop was conducted by Mr Tenzin Jamchhen and Mr Jamphel Shonu. These workshops were a part of DIIR’s official campaign to spread awareness about the essence of the Middle Way Approach (Umaylam) among Tibetan youth.

This workshop will be followed by a daylong workshop for students of CST Miao in Arunachal Pradesh on 5 November.

– Report filed by MWA desk, DIIR –

A student from CST Darjeeling doing a presentation on what Umaylam means for him.

A student from CST Darjeeling doing a presentation on what Umaylam means for him.

A group photo of the participants with the Rector of CST Darjeeling and the two resource persons from DIIR, CTA.

A group photo of the participants with the Rector of CST Darjeeling and the two resource persons from DIIR, CTA.

 


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