With the hard work and selfless dedication of these four monks, Tsangpa Khangtsen now accommodates more than 170 monks. Among them, thirty eight students have graduated as Geshes and twenty as Geshe Lharampas – the degree provided by the Gelukpa School to scholars who pass with the highest distinctions.
At present we have Geshe Thupten Rinchen, who is one of the most celebrated living scholars of the Gelukpa School. One of our Geshes of Tsangpa Khangtsen is the abbot of Rekon Monastery, Switzerland and one of the monks is serving as the translator to the His Holiness the Dalai Lama. One of our Geshe is serving as the President of Geden Educational Association in Nepal. A few other Geshes of this house are working to establish new courses of imparting Buddhist scriptures in some monasteries as well as shouldering the responsibility teach Buddhism, and preserve the precious culture and traditions of Tibet.
Eighteen monks of this house are going to graduate as Geshe Lharampa in the near future and eighty monks are in various stages of their monastic education. Thirty eight monk students are attending the primary school for both the traditional and modern education.