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Chairman’s message 1.

12th Executive Meeting of the Central Council of Tibetan Medicine (CCTM).......3


Recognition of Tibetan Medicine under Indian legal system – its origin and present status...........................................................................................................4


Visit of CCTM Executive Members to Chagpori Tibetan Medical Institute for Invigilation and Accreditation................................................................................5


CCTM representative participates in two days seminar in Ladakh...........................5


CCTM representative participate in 7th International Conference on Traditional Asian Medicine (ICTAM).............................................................................................6


Health talk......................................................................................................................7


Appointment of three new CCTM coordinators.........................................................7


Special meeting.............................................................................................................8






Upcoming important CCTM activities.......................................................................15


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2 12345678901234567890123456789012123 12345678901234567890123456789012123 12345678901234567890123456789012123 12345678901234567890123456789012123 CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE 12345678901234567890123456789012123 12345678901234567890123456789012123

Just recently the XIIth CCTM Executive Meeting was successfully concluded from 21 – 25 September and with it concludes our last CCTM Executive Meeting as a 2nd batch of CCTM Executive Board Members. The 13th CCTM Executive Members Meeting will be held next year after the reinstatement of 3 rd CCTM Executive Board Members through election process in March 2010. I would like to highlight the two main issues concerning Tibetan Medicine in this year of Earth-Ox. Firstly, in order to achieve legal recognition of Tibetan Sowa Rigpa by the Govt of India, after a repeated discussions among experts and investigations over a year by the special investigating team set up under the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Govt of India, CCTM finally received their report in March this year titled “Recognition of Sowa Rigpa”. In nutshell, though there was no direct reference on Sowa Rigpa as being Tibetan Medicine, or as a part of unique Tibetan Traditional System of Medicine, but in the section of Sowa Rigpa’s origination, it underscores the point that Sowa Rigpa, comprises of Gyud-shi was practised in ancient Tibet from the times of Shang-shung Bon and to the Great Dharma Kings of Tibet. The report also mentions Sowa Rigpa as an ancient medical system long practiced in the TransHimalayan regions as Amchi System of Medicine and later flourished to Tibet, Mongolia and Central Asia, and now, is soon going to be legally recognized by the Govt of India. Press Bureau of India and few other newspapers reported that Indian cabinet has already given approval of the recognition of Sowa Rigpa via amendment of the bye-laws of the Indian Medical Council and shall then be put up before the Indian Parliament in November 2009 for the final amendment of the constitution paving the way for legal recognition of Sowa Rigpa by Govt of India. This has raised suspicion and a bit of anxiety among our Tibetan doctors whose points of argument is that Sowa Rigpa is not going to be recognized as Tibetan Sowa Rigpa or Tibetan

Medicine, but, rather as a Himalayan Medicine or as an Indian system of Medicine as some newspaper has pointed. They are obviously worried about the consequences as to the real status of Tibetan Medicine. CCTM in turn, has tried through many channels to explain the situation and has also written to several high office of immediate concern to apprise the gravity of the situation. The bottom line is that we have made it amply clear as to the fact that, even though if it is not stated directly as Tibetan Medicine in the final report, but as a Tibetan saying, “The origin of water should touch the snow””, likewise, the recognition of Sowa Rigpa should point towards as being that of Traditional Tibetan Medical System, and its origin and historical evidence of Sowa Rigpa with rGyud-bzhi as its main subject should be traced and recognized as an integral part of cultural heritage of Tibet and its people. Secondly, 7th International Conference on Traditional Asian Medicine was held in Thimbu, Bhutan from 7 – 11th September with over 250 delegates and experts from 34 different countries including about 20 Tibetan physicians from Tibet part of Yunan and Siling. From Tibetan exiled communities, two representatives from CCTM, two from Mentsee-khang and 5 young doctors from Central Institute of Higher Tibetan University, Varanasi have attended the Conference. Although there were many experts from the field of various Asian System of Medicines including Ayurveda, Chinese Medicine, Tibetan Sowa Rigpa, Kempo and others to name few who delivered talks on their respective system of medicine, however I take pride in informing that there was special aura of attention and interest from the general participants for the Traditional Tibetan Medicine which has taken the central stage. Unlike other International Conferences, this Conference has devoted a special section for the TMS and its practitioners where the talks were conducted in Tibetan language. This has helped the Tibetan doctors from Tibet and doctors from Nepal practicing Sorig Bum-bzhi or Shang-shun Bon Medicine System. In my capacity as a chairman of CCTM, I had the opportunity to delivering two talks: Legalization of Tibetan Medicine under CCTM, and Clinical research into the efficacy of Tibetan Medicine against Cancer both of which was well received and appreciated.


In a nutshell, although the working term of the 2nd CCTM Executive Board Members ends by 5th January 2010, it was postponed till March 2010 because of the congregation of Tibetan doctors both from India and abroad for the 2nd National Conference on Tibetan Medicine and with a view of expecting more doctors for the election of 3rd CCTM executive board members. Four-day 2nd National Conference on Tibetan Medicine will be organized jointly by CCTM and Mentsee-Khang in March 2010 in Dharamsala. At the best, we are looking at the possibility of inviting His Holiness the Dalai Lama for the inaugural function of the conference. As per the resolution passed earlier by CCTM executive members, a special Sorig Award Committee was formed to honour the distinguished Tibetan Medicine Practitioner, once every 3 years time, with an award titled “Yuthog Award” for his/ her lifetime dedication and special contribution towards enrichment and promotion Tibetan Medicine. We hope to confer the first of this prestigious award during the forthcoming Conference. Lastly, on behalf of all the executive members and working staff members of CCTM, I would like to extend our deep sense of gratitude and Thank you to all the related organizations, dedicated financial contributors and sponsors and well wishers, and to all our doctors and health practitioners registered under CCTM for their unwavering and continued support for the smooth running and success of our various activities. “May Sowa Rigpa’s lineage prevail”. 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12th Executive Meeting of Central 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 Council of Tibetan Medicine 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 (CCTM) 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 The 12th Executive Meeting of the Central Council of Tibetan Medicine (CCTM) was held from September 21 – 25, 2009 in the CCTM Office, Dharamsala. Morning session of the first day of the Meeting, in presence of Honorable Health Minister, Health Secretary and the Personal Assistant to Health Minister, Department of Health (CTA), CCTM General Secretary introduced the CCTM executive members and the office staff, thereafter CCTM Chairman presented the CCTM Annual Report and future projects and activities of CCTM. After that

Honorable Health Minister emphasized the need of CCTM being apex body of all Tibetan medical institutions and establishments. He also expressed his deep sense of appreciations to CCTM having successfully organized Youthog- Nyingthig WangLoong to all the Tibetan Medical Practitioners. He further gave his kind thoughts and suggestions in undertaking CCTM future projects and activities.

Finalization of Important Matters & Resolutions Reached during the Meeting After receiving opinions and suggestions from the concerned Tibetan medical experts in two occasions with regard to Kachupa syllabus and Pharmaceutical rules and regulations, CCTM members during the meet have worked diligently in reviewing, verifying and eventually have finalized the two drafts. On the third day of the meeting, CCTM executive members discussed on confering awards to distinguish personal in recognition of their remarkable achievement towards preservation and promotion of Tibetan Medicine. An award committee comprising of 5 members with CCTM representative as the head was formed under CCTM with representative from all the recognized medical college and institutions including Bon tradition. The committee will be responsible for preparing rules and regulations, assigning name of the award and pre-selection of suitable candidates for the Awards. The final selection of candidate for the awards rests with the CCTM Executive members. CCTM and MTK have long been planning to organize an International Conference of Tibetan Medicine in March 2010. During the 4th day of the meeting, CCTM


Executive Members, Director of the TMAI, Dharamsala and the Organizing Committee for the International Conference of Tibetan Medicine that is to be organized jointly by Central Council of Tibetan Medicine (CCTM) and Tibetan Medical & Astro. Institutes (TMAI) Dharamsala in March 2010, have discussed about the upcoming joint-event and reached certain resolutions which have been kept aside. On the final day of the meeting, deliberation on the need to revise the bye-law, rules and regulation of CCTM were broadly discussed. Following are the unanimous resolution: Under the CCTM bye-law Section 3 of 10th clause read – “Tibetan Medical Doctors, who have been practicing Tibetan Medicine before 1992 can register themselves as a Tibetan Medical Practitioner under CCTM without appearing in any medical tests.” This clause has to be withdrawn. 2. “Those who have completed their medical studies in Tibet and have Menpa Kachupa degree or equivalent can register themselves as a Tibetan Medical Practitioners under CCTM.” This new clause to be added to the CCTM bye-law of Section 3 . 1.

In the afternoon of the final day, the executive members discussed on the financial status of the CCTM and ways and means to raise funds. It was resolved in the meeting to create international awareness about Tibetan medicine, particularly introducing CCTM projects and initiatives and need for funds in undertaking the Council’s projects and activities. It was also resolved to contact and seek assistance from the Offices of Tibet (Representatives) overseas in arranging Tibetan Medical Camps and Experts Talk on Tibetan Medicine as a means to raise funds as well as creating awareness about Tibetan Traditional Medicine. Since this was the last meeting for the Members of the 2nd CCTM Executive Board, all the Executive Members have wholeheartedly discussed, put forth valuable suggestions and reached certain resolutions for the promotion and betterment of the Council. The five-day meet concluded with a great success.

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In the year 2005, CCTM has its first proposal sent to the Secretary of AYUSH for recognition of Tibetan Medical System by Govt. of India. That was the first contact between CCTM and AYUSH. On 27th March 2007, CCTM organized a whole day meeting with head of the concerned ministry of CTA and Representative from Men-Tsee-Khang and discussed issues related to legal recognition of Tibetan Medicine and the use of right terminology. A resolution was passed and henceforth it will be called ‘Tibetan Medicine” in English, ‘Bhot Chikitsa Vidya’ in Hindi while applying for legal recognition. In the same year, in response to CCTM’s repeated appeal for achieving legal recognition, AYUSH Department constituted a special committee comprising of 6 experts to undertake the needful inspections. The committee carried out several discussions and a formal debate under Geshe Ngawang Samten was held with experts from both Tibetan Medicine and AYUSH and were able to bring out unique characteristics from both the ancient Medical cultures. The members of the committee visited TMAI for on the ground inspections and on 5th May 2008, the team submitted a 424 pages report to the Central Government. CCTM received copy of the report wherein it mentioned recognition of ‘Sowa Rigpa’ and not ‘Tibetan Sowa Rigpa’. Therefore, CCTM brought this to the notice of Kashag (Cabinet) and to Gheshe Ngawang Samten, Chairman of the inspection team for suggestions and clarifications. Since ‘Sowa Rigpa’ had its history and origin related to Tibet and has its documentation proof, it does not really matter when name of the country of its origin (Tibet) is not mentioned. With regard to the present status of the recognition of Tibetan Medicine, according to a press release by the Central Government of India on 10th September 2009, the Cabinet, Govt. of India has given approval of amendment of the bye-laws of the Indian Medical Council in which there is inclusion of article 2, 3, 8, 9, 17, in the bye-laws of so called Sorig under the Indian Medical Council. In November 2009, the above matter will be put before the Indian Parliament for approval and support for the amendment after which a decision will be taken. In some recent Indian newspapers Sowa Rigpa is considered a kind of Himalayan


Medicine and Amchi System of Medicine and calling it with different new names. Despite use of such new labels CCTM believes and hopes that this unique Tibetan cultural heritage with its ancient history as its witness can achieve its aspiration for recognition under Indian legal system. 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 Visit of CCTM Executive Members 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 to Chagpori Tibetan Medical 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 Institute for Inspection and 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 Accreditation. 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012

accordance with the guidelines and any institution in order to receive a full recognition of the sMen-pa Kachu-pa (equivalent to Bachelor of TMS) CCTM offers guidelines and suggestions and at the same time conduct inspections. 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 CCTM Representative Participates 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 in two days Seminar in Ladakh 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123

On 30th September, 2006 Chagpori Tibetan Medical Institute was provided with a temporary registration certificate for a period of three years under the CCTM bye-law (rules and guidelines) Section 2 of 10th clause. At the end of the allotted time period with request application received from the Chagpori Tibetan Medical College, as per the CCTM Guidelines for the registration of Medical Institutes, CCTM Executive Members form an inspection team and visited the Chagpori Medical Institute. Dr. Dorjee Rapten Nasher, CCTM Chairman and Dr. Thokmay Paljor CCTM General Secretary, after their participation in the International Conference on Traditional Asian Medicine (ISTAM) in Bhutan reached Darjeeling on November 13, 2009. As per the guidelines of CCTM in forming an inspection team, Mr. Tenzin Tsepak, Darjeeling Welfare Officer, Mr. Deckyi wa Tsering Norbu, Secretary of Jamyang Tibetan Culture Preservation Centre were included in the inspection team. On November 14, 2009 the inspection team visited Chagpori Tibetan Medical Institute and inspected thoroughly the school classrooms, library, museum and hostels. In the meantime, each team member filled up the form with respect to his/her observation or inspection with regard to the institute’s management, classroom management and other relevant aspects mentioned in the form and it was tabulated and a combined report is formed at the end. In the light of the report of the inspection team, CCTM Executive Members during its 12th Meeting discussed in details over the report and finally considering the present administration of the institute, and fulfilling the required facilities, yet needing some improvement, CCTM granted Chagpori Medical Institute’s registration an extension of further 2 years from September 9, 2009 to September 8, 2011. The recognition of the Tibetan Medical College will be in

On the invitation received from Ladakh Society for Traditional Medicine, Leh-Ladakh to commemorate its 10 years anniversary from 21 – 26 July, 2009 and particularly to introduce Central Council of Tibetan Medicine (CCTM) and its guidelines or message to the Tibetan Medical Practitioners in Ladakh region, Dr. Nyima Tsering Lhunkhang, Vice Chairman, CCTM participated in the event. On 21st July 2009, he introduced the origin of CCTM and its goals and objectives to over 60 doctors including few allopathic doctors. On the 22nd July 2009, Dr. Nyima Tsering Lhunkhang talked about the benefits and shortcomings of natural herbs and plants for human health. On 23rd July 2009, he visited the clinic of Ladakh Society for Traditional Medicine, Leh-Ladakh, Nunnery Tibetan Medical College and Central Institute of Buddhist Studies on invitation and he emphasized on the promotion and development of Tibetan Traditional Medicine and also need for more interactions and cooperation between CCTM and other Tibetan Medical institutes and colleges. On 24th July, 2009, he met with the Ladakh Tibetan Chief Representative and discussed on the need for Local Health Committee and also requested him of his full support and cooperation for Tibetan Medical Doctors. In the meantime, he also met with the new CCTM coordinator in the region, Dr. Palmo and handed over the official appointed letter and oriented her about


her role as a CCTM coordinator. His Honorable Mr. Tsering Dorji, Minister of Leh Town chaired the concluding session of the event. In his presence, Dr. Nyima Tsering Lhunkhang, CCTM Vice Chairman once again introduced the CCTM and its noble aims and objectives and also presented His Excellency, Honorable Minister Leh, Mr. Tsering Dorji with small token before the session was closed. 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 7th International Conference on 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 Asian Traditional Medicine 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 Dr. Dorjee Rapten Nesher, CCTM Chairman and Dr. Thokmay Paljor, CCTM General Secretary attended the 7th International Conference on Asian Traditional Medicine (ICTAM) from 7 – 11 September, 2009 held at Thimbu in Bhutan on receiving a special invitation from the organizing committee. The main topics for the discussions were Asian Traditional Medicine System and Practices, Problems and issues facing in the West while practicing Asian Medicine and overall promotion and development of the Asian Traditional Medicine System. A particular interest has shown toward Tibetan Medicine and discussions were carried out on numerous topics concerning Tibetan medicine. On 9 th September, 2009, CCTM Chairman, Dr. Dorjee Rapten Nesher delivered a talk on research work on the efficacy of Tibetan Medicine for Cancer and on 10th September 2009, he delivered a speech on the establishment of Central Council of Tibetan Medicine (CCTM), its introduction and administration, the situation of Tibetan Medicine in exile and process

of achieving legal recognition of Tibetan Medicine and policies on Tibetan Medicine. In this conference there are over 217 participants including doctors and other professionals from 30 different countries. There were 12 Tibetan Medical Practitioners from 5 different areas in Tibet, and another 22 Tibetan Medical Practitioners from India, Bhutan, Nepal and Europe putting a total of 34 Tibetan Medical Practitioners attended the conference. On the evening of the 9th September 2009, CCTM organized a separate gathering for the Tibetan Medical Practitioners both from inside and outside Tibet to make acquaintance and introduced among doctors. CCTM Chairman extended his warm greetings and at the same time spelled out His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s blessings and gratefulness in reviving the Tibetan Traditional Medical System in exile and its present development. He also introduced how CCTM had come into being and its various activities. All doctors


shared their own backgrounds and present professional designation one by one while having tea and snacks. The gathering was indeed a great success with lot of detail discussion among the doctors. 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 Health Talk 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012

CCTM since its inception in 2004 till date has worked towards promoting health of common people by creating awareness through Health Talks on food habit and behavior, particularly on daily food habits and behaviors, introduction and prevention of epidemic and pandemic diseases, and etc. Recently during the visit of CCTM Representatives in Chagpori Medical Institute for its inspection, in the afternoon of 9th September, 2009 the institute’s Medical students and staff members gathered in the hall to listen to the CCTM Representatives. In their Talks they stressed the gracious blessings of His Holiness the Dalai Lama in establishing Tibetan Medicine in exile, contribution of Tibetan Medicine in promoting people’s health in the world. The talk further focused on the students in understanding the importance of Tibetan Medicine and taking care about their dietary and behavioral habits while studying.

On 15th September, 2009 they gave health talk to staff members and students of CST Darjeeling in their school hall. In their talk, they gave introduction on Tibetan Medicine and at the same time, stressed the importance of dietary and behavioral habits on a daily basis. The benefits of sticking to a healthy dietary and behavioral habits and also the harmful effects of deviating and then leading to different illnesses because of improper intake of food and misbehaviors. They also touched upon the importance of day to day health care of all individuals. 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 Appointment of three new CCTM 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 Coordinators 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 Since our previous Delhi CCTM Coordinator Dr. Tashi Tenzin was officially transferred to TMAI here at Dharamsala, we have requested Dr. Tenzin Deche Kartsang, Chief Medical Officer at TMAI branch clinic, Nizamuddin, New Delhi as CCTM new Coordinator in the area including Noida, Meerut, Ahmedabad and Orrisa to which he has very kindly agreed. Considering the application we received from Dr Thinlay Yanjor, CCTM former Coordinator at Ladakh area, stating his own problems continuing the work of CCTM Coordinator, we have officially appointed Dr. Tsering Palmo as its new coordinator at Ladakh area. CCTM had yet another new coordinator appointed recently at Dehradun area since the CCTM previous Dehradun Coordinator, Dr. Lobsang Choejor had been officially transferred to TMAI Dharamsala. We have officially requested Dr. Lobsang Tseltruim to be our new coordinator at Dehradun area for which he has kindly agreed. CCTM Executive Members extend their warm greetings to the three new CCTM Coordinators and at the same time request the Registered Tibetan


Medical Practitioners in the area to kindly contact these Coordinators for payment of membership fees, other matters relating to CCTM and extend their needful cooperation in activities and initiatives concerning CCTM. 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 Special Meeting 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 According to the CCTM bye-laws (guidelines) and particularly during the XIIth CCTM Executive Meeting, a resolution was reached to honor with a Yuthog Award to a distinguished Tibetan Medicine Practitioner for his/ her hard work, dedication and contribution in promoting Tibetan Medical tradition during the forthcoming 2nd National Conference on Tibetan Medicine in March 2010. The purpose of the Yuthog Award is to give recognition to Tibetan doctors who contributed and worked unrelentingly in promoting Tibetan medicine and also to inspire and encourage other Tibetan Medical Doctors to follow examples of the great achievers. Moreover, it also aims to present a brief biography of the Yuthog Award Achievers in the meeting for everyone’s knowledge. To confer this Yuthog Award, the Executive Members formed a 5-Member Committee and this committee held a Special Meeting for only one day, i.e., on 19th October, 2009. During the meeting, they have drafted and later finalized the Award’s name and beginning date, number of awards and aims, criteria and requirements for selecting the candidates for the award. The Yuthog Award Committee later selected a list of qualified candidates for the award and handed over the list for final selection to the CCTM Executive Members and CCTM would officially announce the name of the Awardee at an appropriate time. 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 Announcement 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012

1. 2nd National Conference on Tibetan Medicine The 2 nd National Conference on Tibetan Medicine organized jointly by The Central Council of Tibetan Medicine (CCTM) and Tibetan Medical & Astrological Institute (TMAI) is to be held from 15 – 17 March 2010 at TMAI Hall, Dharamsala. The main topics for the conference includes history of Tibetan medicine, research on different diseases and treatments, introduction of medicinal drugs and policies on Tibetan medicine coupled with Talks by eleven distinguished experts on Tibetan Medicines. Those who are interested to attend this conference must register themselves to the CCTM Office before 31st January, 2010. For those interested who are not a registered doctor under the Council or other individuals

may also attend, however they need to pay a sum of Rs. 1000/- (One Thousand only) as a registration fee inclusive of the lunch served during the 3 day conference.

2. CCTM General Body Meeting & Selection of 3 rd Executive Board Members of CCTM On the last day of the 2 nd National Conference on Tibetan Medicine, i.e., 17th March, 2010 a function marking the end of the 2nd CCTM Executive Board Member’s term will be convened with the directions from the Health Department, CTA. During the Meeting the CCTM 2 nd Executive Members will present their report and also discuss on policies of Tibetan medicine and collecting suggestions for promoting Tibetan Medicine. Since the Meet also elect the 3rd CCTM Executive Board Members, the Registered Members under the Council should attend the meeting and cast their vote. The basis, eligibility and criteria of CCTM Executive Members are as per the guidelines mentioned in the CCTM by-laws. The information with this regard can also be accessed on our website: All CCTM Members should attend the meeting and be prepared in advance to elect the 3rd CCTM Executive Board Members. 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 Appeal 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012 12345678901234567890123456789012123456789012

1. Medical Doctor Registration From the inception of the Central Council of Tibetan Medicine (CCTM) in the year 2004 till date, there are 370 Registered Tibetan Medical Doctors in accordance with the guidelines and rules set. Taking the opportunity through this publication we once again, request professional Tibetan Medical Practitioners in India, Nepal, Bhutan and overseas who have not yet been registered under the CCTM to kindly do the needful registration at the earliest possible. The procedures and the necessary details for the registration are available on our website: As mentioned earlier about the election and formation of the 3rd CCTM Executive Board Members on 19th March 2010, following are the conclusive list of Registered Tibetan Doctors under the Council till date. Kindly note the list carefully so as to elect the 3rd CCTM Executive Board Members from the registered list.


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Dr. Pema Dorjee Dr. Tsewang Tamdin Dr. Passang Gyalmo Dr. Rinchen Tenzin Dr. Tenzin Loden Dr. Tsewang Dolkar Khangkar Dr. Kalsang Wangyal Dr. Tsering Thakchoe Dr. Lu-gyal Dr. Jampa Yonten Dr. Bhauchung Dr. Sonam Dorjee Dr. Ngawang Dakpa Dr. Sonam Dolma Dr. Passang Wangdu Dr. Tashi Wangdu Dr. Tashi Tenzin Dr. Tsering Tsomo Dr. Dickyi Yangzom Dr. Chenga Lhamo Dr. Migmar Lhamo Dr. Dechen Chodon Dr. Jamyang Dolma Dr. Tsering Dorjee Dr. Tenzin Namdol Dr. Nyima Gyaltsen Dr. Jamyang Tashi Dr. Tenzin Norbu Dr. Karma Dupgyud Tendhar Dr. Lobsang Khechok Dr. Ngawang Soepa Dr. Kunga Dechen Dr. Tenzin Woeser Dr. Konchok Tsering Dr. Phurbu Tsering Dr. Dorjee Wangdu Dr. Sherab Tenzin Dr. Gonpo Phuntsok Dr. Tsondu Sengye Dr. Lobsang Samten Dr. Kalsang Gyatso Dr. Phuntsok Wangdu Dr. Ngawang Tharchin Dr. Pema Yangchen Dr. Jangchup Soepa Dr. Kunsang Dolma Dr. Karma Dolma Dr. Jampa Tsering Dr. Nyima Tsering Dr. Lobsang Soepa Dr. Ngawang Thinly Dr. Sangye Tenzin Dr. Choephel Kalsang Dr. Tenzin Phelgye Dr. Tashi Tamang aka Tsering Dorjee Dr. Karma Choedon


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Dr. Sonam Dekey Dr. Tenzin Jinpa Dr. Randhir Singh Dr. Thinly Yangjor Dr. Tsewang Dolma Dr. Tsering Namdol Dr. Tsering Wangyal Dr. Tashi sTopgye Dr. Thokmey Dr. Hanzin Rinpoche Dr. Tsering Dorjee Dr. Kalchoe Qusar Dr. Namgyal Qusar Dr. Sonam Phuntsok Dr. Tsultrim Sangye Dr. Penpa Tsering Dr. Cholothar Dr. Yeshi Khando Dr. Dawa Choedon Dr. Dawa Dr. Dechen Dorjee Dr. Kalsang Choeden Dr. Passang Dolma Dr. Tsering Tsamchoe Dr. Passang Dolma Dr. Ngawang Thupten Dr. Sangye Dolma Dr. Sonam Paldon Dr.Thinley Dr.Tenzin Sherab Dr.Sherab Sengye Dr.Tsering Dhondup Dr.Tsewang Namgyal Dr. Bhumchung Dr. Rigzin Lhamo Dr. Chungtak Dr. Tenzin Sangmo Dr. Lobsang Tsultrim Dr. Tashi Norkyi Dr. Tsering Palmo Dr. Kunze Dolma Dr. Konchok Karma Dr. Karma Tenzin Dr. Tenzin Norbu Dr. Choeing Dolma Dr. Tenzin Tsephel Dr. Thinley Yonten Dr. Tashi Tsering Dr. Yeshi Gelek Dr. Tashi Lhamo Dr. Norbu Gyaltsen Dr. Shedup Sengye Dr. Ngawang Thardo Dr. Passang Dhondup Dr. Dawa Tsering Dr. Phuntsok Gyalpo Dr. Karma Tsultrim


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Ladakh Spiti Ladakh Spiti Ladakh Ladakh Spiti Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Spiti Ladakh Spiti TMAI TMAI TMAI Ladakh Ladakh CTMI Ladakh Ladakh Spiti Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh CTMI CTMI TMAI (P) TMAI (P) TMAI CUTS CUTS TMAI (P/A) TMAI

Dr. Tsering Norbu Dr. Thupten Thapkhey Dr. Yanchen Dolma Dr. Angdui Dr. Tsewang Norbu Dr. Dhondup Phuntsok Dr. Amarnath Dr. Ngawang Tharchin Dr. Khatak Rangdol Dr. Tsewang Norbu Dr. Tsultrim Dolkar Dr. Phuntsok Dhondup Dr. Rigzin Wangchuk Dr. Jingmed Singay Dr. Dhondup Tashi Dr. Ishey Saldon Dr. Sonam Paljor Dr. Phuntsok Tashi Dr. Ngawang Tandar Dr. Sonam Tsering Dr. sPelze Wangmo Dr. Tsewang Norbu Dr. Ngawang Thupsten Dr. Konchok Tsering Dr. Kunzang Sherb Dr. Rigzin sMenla Dr. Tsewang Yangjor Dr. Tsetan Phuntsok Dr.Tsewang Namgyal Dr. Tsultrim Kalsang Dr. Akhyung Kalsang Dr. Konchok Dhondup Dr. Mipham Shakya Dr. sMenla Norbu Dr. Gedun Dhargye Dr. Tsering Namgyal Dr. Dorjee Dhondup Dr. Karma Tsultrim Dr. Murup Dorjee Dr. Kalsang Norbu Dr. Padma Tsetan Dr. Sonam Dhondup Dr. Tashi Phuntsok Dr. Ngawang Tsering Dr. Lobsang Nyima Dr. sMenla Tsering Dr. Tsering Wangchuk Dr. Ngawang Rinchen Dr. Tsepak Dr.Jampa Gyaltsen Dr. Tsering sTopden Dr. Sonam Tsering Dr. Tsering Dorjee Dekhang Dr. Tashi Dawa Dr. Lobsang Tenpa Dr. Tenzin Dhondup Dr. Passang Dolkar


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Dr. Jampa Khedup Dr. lobsang Choedar Dr. Thokmay Paljor Dr. Tashi Namgyal Dr. Rigzin Wangdak Dr. Kalsang Loden Dr. Rigzin Sangmo Dr. Lobsang Shakya Dr. Jamyang Gyatso Dr. Thupten Norbu Dr. Kyizom Dr. Thupten Gyaltsen Dr. Dorjee Rabten Dr. Passang Lhamo Dr. Namdol Lhamo Dr. Ngawang Jinpa Dr. Wangdu Dr. Tenzin Khenrab Dr. Dhamchoe Rabjor Dr. Tenzin Kunga Dr. Tenzin Leksang Dr. Tenzin Chodon Dr. Dawa Dr. Jamyang Tashi Dr. Jigmey Norbu Dr. Lobsang Soepa Dr. Tenzin Chokden Dr. Tamdin Sangmo Dr. Kunchok Palzom Dr. Lobsang Choejor Dr. Sonam Dorjee Dr. Tsering Tharchin Dr. Tenzin Yangkyi Dr. Sonam Lhamo Dr. Dawa Dolma Dr. Dechen Chodon Dr. Yeshi Dorjee Dr. Sonam Rinchen Dr. Pema Tsetso Dr. Tonpa Kyab Dr. Sonam Dorjee Dr. Lobsang Dolkar Dr. Pema Yangzom Dr. Kunsang Tsewang Dr. Chungla Yonten Dr. Tsewang Rigzin Dr. Sonam Wangmo Dr. Nyidon Dr. Dorjee Damdul Dr. Nyima Gurung Dr. Ugen Kalsang Dr. Tsering Dorjee Dr. Tsewang Rigzin Dr. Sonam Dorjee Dr. sTenzin Dhondup Dr. Ugen Chering Dr. Ngawang Gyaltsen


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Spiti Spiti Spiti Spiti Spiti Spiti Spiti Ladakh Spiti Spiti Austria Spiti Spiti Spiti Spiti Spiti Spiti Spiti Spiti Nepal Ladakh Spiti Spiti Spiti Spiti Ladakh Spiti Spiti Spiti Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Ladakh Dharamsala TMAI (P/A) Anantpur Ladakh Nepal Ladakh Ladakh Pune TMAI TMAI TMAI (P) CIBS TMAI (P) TMAI (P) Ladakh TMAI (P) TMAI (P) TMAI TMAI (P) Darjeeling

Dr. Tsering Paljor Dr. Tsondue Dr. Kuncok Dhargye Dr. Lobsang Tsultrim Dr. Lobsang Gaduk Dr. Kunsang Dorjee Dr. Kunsang Dorjee Dr. Thupten Dolma Dr. Demey Gaduk Dr. Chering Dhargye Dr. Donkie Dr. Ngawang Tsering Dr. Tsering Tashi Dr. Chemi Rigzin Dr. Tsering Wangchuk Dr. Ugen Tsewang Dr. Tashi Gyaltsen Dr. Tsewang Gaduk Dr. Phuntsok Wangchuk Dr. Kunsang Gyaltsen Dr. Thukje Kunzes Dr. Tsering Gyaltsen Dr. Phuntsok Choephel Dr. Gaduk Dorjee Dr. Rigzin Doree (late) Dr. Tsewang Tashi Dr. Thinley Namgyal Dr. Dorjee Tsering Dr. Sonam Dorje Dr. Tashi Tsomo Dr. Rigzin sMenla Dr. Rigzin Dhondup Dr. Tsewang Rigzin Dr. Gurmet Namgyal Dr. Tsephel Dhondup Dr. Kunchok Yonten Dr. sMenla Dhondup Dr. Lobsang Tenzin Dr. Passang Yonten Arya Dr. Gedun Yarphel Dr. Ngawang Tsering Dr. Tenpa Tsultrim Dr. Tsewang Ishey Dr. Tsewang Rigzin Dr. Passang Topchen Dr. Shakya Gyaltsen Dr. Thupten Sangpo Dr. Tsultrim Gyatso Dr. Padma Gyurmet Dr. Tenzin Nyima Dr. Dickyi Sangmo Dr. Sonam Topgyal Dr. Chemi Dolkar Dr. Chering Tamang Dr. Tenzin Gelek Dr. Tenzin Dakpa Dr. Karma Lobsang


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Dr. Namgyal Tsering Dr. Ngawang Khentse Dr. Tenzin Yangdon Dr. Gyurmey Tenzin Dr. Phurbu Tsering Dr. Tsering Choesang Dr. Dechen Tsogyal Dr. Lobsang Dhondup Dr. Lobsang Yeshi Dr. Pema Sangmo Dr. Tenzin Dhola Dr. Sherab Gyaltsen Dr. Tenpa Chonphel Dr. Tenzin Kyipa Dr. Choeden Dr. Chime Dolkar Dr. Tenzin Lhadon Dr. Palden Tsering Dr. Lhakpa Dolma Dr. Dickey Tsomo Dr. Khenrab Gyamtso Dr. Tenzin Deche Kartsang Dr. Lhakpa Ngodup Dr. Lobsang Tseltruim Dr. Lama Sherab Tenzin Dr. Phurbu Kyipa Dr. Tsering Youdon Dr. Kunga Choekey Dr. Chime Dolkar Dr. Tenzin Lhundup Dr. Tenzin Yeshi Dr. Tenzin Nyima Dr. Ngawang Gyatso Dr. Phuntsok Tendar Dr. Tenzing Chodup Dr. Tenzin Dr. Tseten Mingyur Dr. Sonam Dolkar Oshoe Dr. Dolkar Lhamo Dr. Jigme Gedun Dr. Penpa Dr. Tashi Dhondup Dr. Tsering Choezom Dr. Dawa Dr. Jampa Wangmo Dr. Tenzin Gompo Dr. Kalsang Dhonden Dr. Tenzin Thaye(Bhaye) Dr. Yangbhum Gyal Dr. Tsering Topgyal Dr. Chodon Dr. Drug Lo Gyal Dr. Tsering Lodoe Dr. Tsering Norbu Dr. Pasang Dolma Dr. Samten Wangmo Dr. Lobsang Norbu


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2. Membership fees th

Since the inception of CCTM on 5 January, 2004 the expenses on the overall administration of the Council, Workshops and Conferences, Wang loong and other CCTM activities, solely depends on the Executive Members’ initiative on raising funds from affluent charity organizations, kind donations from high revered Lamas, Rinpoches and Laymen. It is imperative to have funds in order to initiate more such activities in the future and to this effect the CCTM Executive Members discussed and resolved to collect membership fees from its registered members. This has now been an ongoing process as membership fees are collected every year from the CCTM members. Many CCTM Members have been really paying their membership fees on time for which we are deeply thankful and appreciative. Those who are registered under the Council, yet haven’t paid their membership fees because of their busy schedule or are ignorant of the

Dr. Dawa Tsering Dr. Kyilu Dr. Ngawang Dorjee Dr. Tenzin Neljor Dr. Tara Ngawang Lodoe Dr. Tsering Lhazom Dr. Migmar Dr. Lobsang Thupten Dr. Tenzin Zompa Dr. Lhakpa Phenthok Dr. Tenzin Ngadol Dr. Sonam Wangmo Dr. Tenzin Lhanzey Dr. Nima Tsering Dr. Tashi Dukdak Dr. Thinlay Chomphel Dr. Sonam Angchuk Dr. Tsewang Namgail Dr. Tsering Morup Dr. Tashi Wangail Dr. Tashi Norbu Dr Gyatso Dr Kunga Tashi Dr Tsering Dolma Dr Phurbu Kunga Choedak Dr Jigme Migyure Dr. Shedup Tsering Wangyal Dr. Norchung Dr. Gakyi Yangzom

fact (payment of the membership fee) are hereby requested to pay their membership fee to the CCTM Office directly or to the CCTM Coordinator in their respective areas. The details of mode of payment and benefits of membership fees are available on our website following this link: h t t p : / / w w w. t i b m e d c o u n c i l . o r g / membership_cctm.html 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 Upcoming Important CCTM 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 Activities 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 123456789012345678901234567890121234567890123 1.

Commemoration of the 6 th Founding Anniversary of CCTM on 5th January, 2010 in the morning, followed by a Special Meeting in the afternoon.


In collaboration with TMAI, CCTM plans to organize the 2nd National Conference on Tibetan Medicine from 15 – 17 March, 2010.



On the last day of the 2 nd National Conference on Tibetan Medicine, i.e., on 17th March, 2010, a function for marking the end of the 2nd CCTM Executive Board Members and forming the 3rd CCTM Executive Board Members through election voting.

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CCTM also thank it’s office staff Ms. Tsering Youdon for contributing a sum of Rs. 8995/(Eight Thousand Nine Hundred and Ninety Five only) towards CCTM Office.


CCTM also thank CCTM Coordinator in Nepal Dr. Ngwang Thinley for being able to raise a sum of Rs. 40,000/- (Forty Thousand only) from its region towards CCTM Office.

CCTM expresses it’s sincere THANK to TMAI for contributing a sum of Rs. 50,000/(Fifty Thousand only) towards the Youthok Nyingthig Wang and Loong program.

If undelivered, kindly return to: The Central Council of Tibetan Medicine Gangchen Kyishong, Dharamsala-176215 Distt. Kangra, H.P. (India) Phone: 01892-223483 Tele Fax: 226462 E-mail:


Account Name Account Number Address

: CHE-THOE-MEN-PAI-LHEN-TSOG : 20590100003139 : UCO Bank (UCOBAINBB001) C.T.S., Dharamsala-176215 District Kangra (H.P.), INDIA

Published by : The Central Council of Tibetan Medicine Advisors : Dr. Thokmay Paljor (General Secretary, CCTM Office) Dr. Tsering Thakchoe Drungtso (Governing Member, CCTM Office) Editor : Ms. Jampa Palmo (Office Secretary, CCTM Office)