Central Tibetan School Administration

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Central Tibetan School Administration
Formation 1961
Headquarters ESS ESS Plaza, Plot No. 1, Community Centre, Sector-3, Rohini, Delhi-110085
Official language
Standard Tibetan, Indian English
Parent organisation
Ministry of Human Resource Development
554 teachers, 239 non-teaching staff
Website ctsa.nic.in

The Central Tibetan School Administration is an autonomous Indian Government organisation under the Ministry of Human Resource Development. The organisation is responsible for "establishing, managing and assisting schools in India for the education of Tibetan Children living in India while preserving and promoting their culture and heritage".[1] This organisation is affiliated to Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE)

The administration operates 71 schools across India with around 10,000 students. It employs 554 teaching staff and 239 non-teaching staff.

Plans have previously been announced to transfer responsibility for the schools to the Central Tibetan Administration.[2]


  1. ^ http://ctsa.nic.in/
  2. ^ Contact Magazine.

External links

  • Official website
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