|    
Present Campus of Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies (CIHCS) Director's Office <br>Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies Sports Activities by the students <br>Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies Morning Assembly Visit of Dignitaries Visit of the Joint Secretary, MOC, GOI to <br>Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies Cultural Program performed by the students <br>Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies Examination of SSVV<br>Centre at Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies, Dahung National Seminar organised by The Ministry of Culture and <br>Coordinated by Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies<br>On ''Buddhism and the Modern World'' Society Meeting at New Delhi Website of CIHCS Launched by the Joint Secretary<br>MOC, GOI Parents Meeting at the Institute Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Swachh Bharat Abhiyan Special Camping Program by NSS Unit, CIHCS, Dahung on <br>“Women Empowerment for Social Development” Special Camping Program by NSS Unit, CIHCS, Dahung Director's Office <br>Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies Director's Office <br>Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE INSTITUTE
Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies (CIHCS), Dahung, West Kameng District, Arunachal Pradesh was established as an aegis of Buddhist Culture Preservation Society (BCPS), Bomdila under the Presidentship of H. E. 13th. Tsona Gontse Rinpoche and commenced its first academic session on the 4th August, 2003, and is affiliated to Sampurnanand Sanskrit University, Varanasi, U.P. The Institute has got registered under Society Registration Act 1860 vide registration no. SR/ITA/4650 dated 10-11-2010 Itanagar, image Arunachal Pradesh, and has become an Autonomous Body of the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India. The then Department of Culture, Government of India took the initiative to establish an institute of Himalayan Culture Studies to help the people of the region in preservation and promotion of their cultural identity and the growth of traditional arts, crafts and sciences and other genres of indigenous knowledge. Acting upon this objective, it constituted a Task Force in August, 2000 to formulate a concept note and to chalk out modalities for setting up a Buddhist Institution in Arunachal Pradesh. Till the time of the constitution of a separate Board of Management of Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies (CIHCS) and its registration, the Buddhist Cultural Preservation Society (BCPS), Bomdila was entrusted read more...
DIRECTOR'S MESSAGE
image

Central Institute of Himalayan Culture Studies (CIHCS) is established with the mandate of undertaking undergraduate, post-graduate and doctoral programmes in Buddhist and Himalayan Studies with the methods of modern research methodology and advanced up-to-date technology. It is a specialized podium for stimulating higher learning in Buddhist/Himalayan culture studies which emphasise the inherent philosophy of non-violence, altruism, universal peace and fraternity with modern higher education. Within the arena of present cultural anarchy and modernization, the intellectual world has been engaged with competitive ideology and material profit of market capitalism. read more...

ADVT. AND NOTICE
TENDER
ANNUAL REPORT
AUDITED AND CERTIFIED FINANCIAL STATEMENT