Day School Kullu

In the early 60s and 70s there were a large number of Tibetan refugees living in the Kully Valleyengaged in road construction works. Gradually majority of them left for re-settlement in South India.

However, a small population of Tibetan refugee continued to live around the town of Kullu and for their children's education a Day School was built in 1977. The school still continues to function up to class II with capacity for around 30 children. After completing class II, parents have the choice of sending their children to other Tibetan schools.

Numerical Data (31/3/2013)

Students: 17
Staff: 2

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