Chief guest of the function, Kalon Dolma Gyari cautioned the danger of Tibetan unity being destroyed by certain people in the name of religious freedom.
The official function was presided over by Shri Ravi Thakur, the MLA of Himachal Pradesh and Sikyong Lobsang Sangay, head of the Central Tibetan Administration.
Over 70 participants from 15 different countries took part in this Sino Tibetan discussion held in Hamburg, Germany.
A three point resolution for its eight regional chapters were passed at the last general body meeting, held in Gangtok, Capital of Indian State of Sikkim from August 11-16, 2014.
"Besides working to educate and mobilize the student community to support Tibet, the group finds ways to counter the propaganda spread by the Chinese government." said Tsepa.
The meeting was attended by heads of 10 Sambhota Schools and TCV Jangthang, Ladakh.
He is scheduled to attend the Sino Tibetan Conference on “Finding the Common Ground” on Aug 27 where Lobsang Sangay, head of the Tibetan administration in exile is also expected to participate.
The parliamentary delegation were received upon their arrival at the Sydney airport by Lhakpa Tshoko, representative in Canberra, Australia and members of the Tibetan community in Australia on August 23, 2014.
He talked about Shantideva, an 8th century Indian Buddhist monk, who was a scholar at Nalanda, and composed the two texts including the one that he explained to the audience today.
The New York based student group honored Lhakar Awards to exceptional individuals and organizations who have worked diligently towards the Tibetan cause.
The two-day seminar dwelt mainly on causes of problems that Tibetan refugees are facing in Nepal, the change of Nepal’s soft policy toward Tibetan refugees, and its proximity with China.
"Border issue is implanted on Indian minds by China to divert the real issues that concerns India the most."
He is scheduled for a talk tomorrow on 'Secular Ethics: Human Values in Our Lives'
Jigme Dorjee, an Executive Member of Central Derge Association shared the details of the grave situation inside Denma, where peaceful protesters were shot down by local police brutality.
The meeting held in Dharamsala, northern India is attended by over twenty justice commissioners and secretaries of the justice commission.
The last major recruitment that took place in 2004 saw about 400 applicants, out of which more than 300 showed up for the auditions, but this year they received only 36.
The educational organization was set up in 2001, and since then have given over 250 training and workshops on peaceful resolutions.
"This is the first year of Narendra Modi's Prime Ministership and on behalf of all the Tibetans, I wish Shri Modi and his team of cabinet a very successful term," said Lobsang Sangay, head of CTA.
The institution currently has 252 students from different nationalities taking part in its various programs.