McLeod Ganj : The Department of Education is yet again thrilled to announce that a Tibetan student named Tenzin Bhuti from Christ University, Bangalore has been awarded the ‘Best Outgoing Student’ of the year 2019. The whole family of Department of Education applauds and congratulates her for the spectacular achievement. This is yet another proud moment for the Department of Education.
Every year, Christ University presents the ‘Best Outgoing Student’ award to a student from every academic cluster from the graduating batch during the Valedictory ceremony. Tenzin was awarded the Best Outgoing Student among her class of Masters of Arts in English with Cultural Studies. She was also presented award money of INR 7000/- as recognition for her good grades titled ‘Merit Scholarship’. Tenzin is currently working as a Quality Analyst at IBM and aims to study further in future.
“I am grateful for the funding I have received these past two years and hope that more deserving students receive them in the years to follow. I hope my grades do the donors proud. I want to emphasise once more that I am immensely grateful and forever indebted for the financial support I and many other students received. I will always remember that a group of people still care for an uprooted society like mine,” Tenzin said, conveying her gratitude to the Education department and all the individuals and organisations who have been supporting scholarships for Tibetan youths in exile.
Tenzin Bhuti did her schooling from Christian boarding school, Stanes Anglo Indian higher secondary school, in Coonoor, Tamil Nadu and completed BA in Communication, English Literature and Psychology from Jyoti Nivas College and hails from Kollegal Tibetan Settlement. She has received DoE Scholarship during her Master study funded by Yeshi Khorlo foundation.