Institute for Buddhist Studies - SJTCC

CATEGORY: New | PUBLISHED:: 31-08-2016 | Hits:245

With the growing interest on Buddhist Philosophy and the increasing relevance of Buddha’s philosophical principles - moral & human values, the quest for seeking the knowledge and wisdom of Buddha's philosophy and its wisdom are ever growing in the modern world.  Sera Jey Monastery with a very vast human knowledge resource and well sustained traditional culture, fulfills all the obligations to its  commitment to establish a distinct institute for specializing on Buddhist Philosophical Studies. This proposed institute for Buddhist Studies has been officially named – “Sera Jey Tashi Choeling Center”. Study CurriculumThe study curriculum is specialization in Buddhist Studies.  It will be primarily based on the 'The Five Main Treatises of Buddhist... Read more

Classroom Building

CATEGORY: Completed | PUBLISHED:: 31-07-2016 | Hits:338

Objective: Class Room project is one of the important projects proposed for undertaking on monastery's commitment to developing further its education curriculum. This project is primarily intended to provide a classroom facility to the existing Debate Court Yard, which is inadequate to hold all the 19 class levels of the curriculum - Five Course Stages. Many of the 19 class levels have to hold their Debate classes outdoors, because of the large student population, totaling 2455. And outdoor classes are frequently interrupted during rainy season and summer heat. The proposed classroom building will provide the facility to conduct classes on monastery's main curriculum for our total 2455 enrolled student monks in 19... Read more

Prayer Assembly Hall

CATEGORY: Completed | PUBLISHED:: 07-07-2016 | Hits:280

Past Projects Prayer Assembly Hall One of the most significant project was the construction of the New Assembly Prayer Hall, given the time and circumstance of the project that was proposed and implemented. The project commeced from the year 1995 and efficiently completed by 1998. The monastery's monks undertook yearlong Dharma Tours to America and Europe for raising funds for the Project. The project was completed in 1998 and was inaugurated by His Holiness The Dalai Lama in the same year. Read more