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Administrative office-chanzoe khang

The head office of the monastic administration is known as Changzoe Khang (Monastic Administrative Office) with directors/administrators, two secretaries (Tib & English Section), one accountant. Except English Secretary and monk drivers, all the staff at the administrative office is of three year terms. The directors, accountant and Tibetan secretary are elected by the monks at the prayer congregation.


There are more than 200 monk staff who are working under the Administrative Office, handicraft-training center, library, medical store, dairy farm, prayer hall temple and school. Most of them are all volunteers and no salary as such is paid to them. They served monastery for many years.

There are also staff who do their duty for three months such as supervisor of the canteen and communal kitchen. Five to ten monks work in the canteen and communal kitchen as helper for a day. The monks are doing every minor to major work themselves. With dire need of funds, this service by the monks saves huge labor expenses.

CURRENT: 15th Administrative staff from 1st april 2017.

Geshe Lobsang Gelek--The Chief administrator (on Chair left)
Geshe Gelek Shakya-- Abbot of Drepung Gomang Nanital temple, (on chair right)
Geshe Kunchok Gyatso--Director-Treasurer/Cashier (third from left)
Geshe Lobsang Tenzin--Director of kitchen (second from right)
Geshe Tashi Gyatso--Director of External affairs(Third from right)
Geshe Lodoe Nyima--Director of Tours/hospitality/Prayer ceremony (first from left)
Geshe Ngawang Jigay--Director of Gomang House, Delhi (fourth from right)
Geshe Dhargyal Phuntsok--Director of Library(first from right)
Geshe Tenpa Norbu--Accountant (fourth from left)
Geshe Jamyang Tendar--Tibetan secretary (second from left)

FORMER ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF-14th tenure ends 31st March, 2017.
Above Photo Left to Right: Geshe Kalsang Samdup, Geshe Sangay Gyatso, Geshe Monlam Gyatso, Geshe Kelsang Sherab, Geshe Thupten Nyingje@ Gonbo Dorjay, Geshe Tenpa Phuntsok, Geshe Kunchok Gyatso, Geshe Ngawang Jinpa and Geshe Lobsang Lhundup)



(Mr. Migmar Tsering is the Administration English Secretary with the monastery since 2nd June 1996)

 

 

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