23 nuns are sitting for the second year exam, and 6 for the first year exam.
Mr Tsultrim Dorjee, Director of TCV Gopalpur briefed the Dalai Lama on the school's 17 years of development and education.
Religious heads as well as political heads of the exile Tibetan administration attended the inaugural ceremonies which was attended by close to 5000 people.
The Sikyong spoke on the Central Tibetan Administration's "Middle Way Policy" and the Speaker on "Memorandum on Genuine Autonomy for the Tibetan People", which was handed over to the Chinese government in 2008.
Every year thousands of people participate in the race, and for the last three years, Tibetans and Tibet supporters have taken part in the event to raise awareness on Tibet.
For the past 60 years, the West's fascination with Tibet has been in conflict with Chinese occupation of the region
The official ceremony was held at the main temple, Tsuglakhang, Dharamsala, North India on April 25, 2014.
Around 300 activists from 30 different places in India and Nepal have joined the campaign.
Penpa Tsering, Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament in Exile, stressed on the importance of having a mutual understanding and cooperation in order to work successfully as an association of all three provinces of Tibet.
The panel consisted of six speakers including Samdhong Rinpoche, former head of the Tibetan Administration in exile, and seven other commentators.
The three candidates were as follows: Tashi Dhondup presently residing in Nepal, Tsangyang Gyamtso from Dharamsala, and Karma Gelek from Bandra Tibetan Settlement.
Lobsang Sangay, in his address to the masses, expressed the Central Tibetan Administration’s solidarity with the Tibetan self-immolators, and those undergoing political incarceration in Chinese prisons.