Empowering the Vision

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[Sep 08, 2014]



This is a company of a bunch of entrepreneurs (Engineers, Creative Thinkers, and Rebels) trying to solve a very hard problem – the (near)failure of India’s education system where 80% of university graduates are labelled ‘unemployable’ by the industry and rest 20% have no idea of how to make informed career choices.

This company is; a friend and mentor for students and a benchmark of the world standards in customer service for employers.

[Sep 08, 2014]

 Greetings to all our GTPN Members.

[Aug 01, 2014]


ET, an NGO based in Paris, France is going to organise an English Writing/Artwork Competition for young Tibetans. AET works in partnership with TCV and CTRC, Central Tibetan Administration. Last day of submission is December 31st, 2014

[Jul 15, 2014]

 ENVISION and Tibet House is bringing to you yet another opportunity to listen to a great scholar, Ven. Geshe Lhakdor la, who has been the translator and religious assistant to His Holiness The Dalai Lama and translated many of his books from Tibetan to English and vice versa. He is also an honorary professor at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Presently, he is the Director of The Library of Tibetan Works and Archives.

[May 20, 2014]

 youth leadership

[Apr 02, 2014]

 Dr. Meenakshi Gopinath is currently the Principal of Lady Sri Ram College and founder Director of WISCOMP. In recognition of her contribution to the field 

[Feb 07, 2014]

 A group of bright young Tibetan Professionals gathered at Eastern Diner, a Tibetan restaurant in Bangalore for a dinner meeting. The meeting was facilitated by Youdon Aukatsang, Director of Empowering the Vision Project (ENVISION) and Tenzin Choedon, coordinator of Global Tibetan Professionals Network (GTPN). Also present at the meeting was Phillippa Carrick, CEO of Tibet Relief Fund. 

The main objective of the gathering was 

to provide encouragement t

[Jan 22, 2014]
Thanks to a collaboration between the Cultures of Resistance Network and the American Friends of SOAS (AFSOAS), two postgraduate scholarships will be available in 2014/15 at SOAS, University of London. Valued at £24,000 per student, the scholarships will be used to help their recipients meet the costs of tuition fees at the overseas rate and also help them meet any additional costs (e.g. transport, purchasing books, research costs) associated with their stay in London. In addition to their £24,000 a-year scholarship, each scholar will benefit from a 20% reduction in their tuition fees and one Cultures of Resistance Scholar every year will benefit from free student accommodation at International Students House (ISH).
The scholarships will benefit people from countries that have been affected by wars and extreme poverty. This program embodies the values of the Cultures of Resistance Network, which seeks to empower and enrich communities—especially those that have been affected by civil wars and foreign military occupation—through the promotion of human rights, justice for victims of war crimes, and the enrichment of civil society and robust grassroots democracy.
[Jan 15, 2014]

 Candidates required for Auction and Web Surveillance, SIPI.

[Jan 09, 2014]

 GTPN London Informal Dinner meeting, November 30, 2013

[Dec 26, 2013]

 Envision's building bridges project

[Dec 23, 2013]

 We are looking for candidates who can read,understand and speak language for Japan,China,Korea,Indonesia and Malaysia.They should be either diploma/degree holders in that particular language.

Job Responsibility- Taking telephonic interviews to fill up the survey and recording the response in the software provided.
Joining Date- Latest by January, 2014
[Dec 16, 2013]

 On Sunday December the 15th, Tenzin Norsang devoted sometime from his busy schedule and shared his experiences with a captivated audience. To those of you who do not know him, he is one of the few TIbetans in exile who is working for the conversation of endangered wildlife. We congratulate him on his truly commendable job and pray that he and his team are successful in their endeavours of saving many more animal lives. 

[Dec 11, 2013]

Diaspora talk series 

[Nov 21, 2013]

ADAPT (Able Disabled All People Together), formerly known as the Spastics Society of India, is a Non Governmental Organization working in the field of disability and education for 40 years. It was established by Dr. Mithu Alur in 1972 to provide education and therapy services to children with disabilities under one roof. Following Dr. Alur’s doctoral research, the National Resource Centre for Inclusion was set up under the ambit of the Spastics Society of India to address the implications of inclusion of children with disabilities into mainstream school and subsequently their access to other mainstream services and opportunities.

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