Principal cum Medical Superintendent

Dr. Ngawang Soepa completed his degree with first distinction in Menpa Kachupa (BSRMS- Bachelor of Sowa-Rigpa Medicine and Surgery in the year 1994 from Men-Tsee-Khang College. In the following 7 years, he served as the consultant physician and chief medical officer in the several branch clinics of the institute. From 2006 to 2013 he served as the Deputy Head in the pharmaceutical department taking charge of the medicinal raw material procurement, manufacture of drugs, and other medical processing methods. From 2013 to 2015 he worked in the Documentation and Publication Department while also serving as the executive member representing Men-Tsee-Khang, as well as Chairman of the 4th Central Council of Tibetan Medicine (CCTM). From 2020-2022 he was the Vice principal of Men-Tsee-Khang Sowa-Rigpa Medical College. Besides, he is a member of the disease prevention committee and involved in its activities primarily to educate the public on preventive healthcare. On both official and personal undertaking, he has been to various countries in Europe and USA to conduct health consultations and lectures. Presently, Dr. Ngawang Soepa is the Principal and Medical Superintendent at the Men-Tsee-Khang Sowa-Rigpa Medical College and Hospital, Dharamshala.

Dr. Ngawang Soepa Bhutia, M.D
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Vice Principal

Dr. Namdol Lhamo embarked on her journey in Tibetan medicine with a foundation in science, earning a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) with honors in Botany from Delhi University after completing her education at the Tibetan Homes Foundation School in Mussoorie. Building on this academic base, she attained a Bachelor’s degree in Menpa Kachupa (Bachelor of Sowa Rigpa Medicine and Surgery) in 2003, followed by a Menrampa Degree (MD) from Men-Tsee-Khang College in Dharamsala in 2014. Since joining Men-Tsee-Khang in 2004, Dr. Lhamo has held various roles. She initially served as a consultant physician at the Bengaluru branch clinic, providing valuable care to patients. Transitioning into academia, she spent four years from 2008 to 2012 as one of the translators for the fundamental Tibetan medicine text “rgyud bzhi,” contributing to its dissemination and understanding.  In 2012, she embraced a faculty position at Men-Tsee-Khang College in Dharamsala, where she has nurtured future generations of practitioners. In administrative capabilities, she assumed the role of College Registrar for two years. Currently, Dr. Lhamo serves as the Professor, Vice-Principal  & HoD at Men-Tsee-Khang Sowa-Rigpa Medical College and Hospital in Dharamsala.

Dr. Namdol Lhamo, M.D