About The Hostel

Lamdon Jamyang School Hostel was established on June 1, 2018, with the primary goal of providing accommodation for students from remote areas where school bus services are not available. The hostel houses 16 girls and 21 boys. The staff includes a warden, a hostel mother, a cook, and an assistant cook.

The hostel was funded by the Lotus Flower Trust UK in collaboration with the Ladakh Buddhist Association Leh, under the guidance of His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama.

Roles & Responsibilities

  • Ensure a safe and secure living environment for all students.
  • Implement strict security measures and emergency protocols.
  • Monitor students’ activities and ensure they adhere to hostel rules and regulations.
  • Offer guidance and support in academic and personal matters.
  • Ensure the hostel premises are clean and hygienic at all times.
  • Regularly inspect and maintain cleanliness in rooms, common areas, and bathrooms.
  • Provide balanced and nutritious meals to all residents.
  • Accommodate special dietary needs and preference when possible.
  • Promote a sense of community and cooperation among students.
  • Organize recreational and cultural activities to foster social interaction and personal growth.
  • Provide a conducive environment for study and academic pursuits.
  • Offer additional tutoring or academic support when needed.
  • Be prepared to respond to medical or other emergencies promptly.
  • Ensure access to necessary medical facilities and first aid.
  • Maintain regular communication with parents or guardians regarding students’ well-being and progress.
  • Address any concerns or issues raised by parents or guardians.
  • Enforce hostel rules and regulations consistently and fairly.
  • Address disciplinary issues promptly and appropriately.
  • Offer emotional and psychological support to students as needed.
  • Facilitate access to counseling services if required.


  • Spacious Compound
  • Solar insulated Rooms
  • Separate wash facility
  • Laundry
  • Eco-friendly local Dry Pit + Western Toilets
  • Surveillance and Supervision
  • Well trained Warden & Staff
  • Reputed & hands-on Management
  • Perfect Routine of curriculum & recreation.
  • First Aid & Medical facilities
  • Healthy meals including traditional local food.
  • WIFI facility
  • Yoga & meditation practices
  • Regular Tuppers & Outings
  • All student's sponsored B'day celebrations
  • Prep & Recreational Spaces
  • Teacher guided evening study session.

Admission & Fee Structure

Hostel admission opens at the end of each Academic session in the month of November every year.  Students granted the admission join the hostel in the month of March after two long months of winter holidays. As mentioned in the management segment these admissions are held at the management level in close consultation with the school Principal. The hostel holds a capacity of 60 students and the intake of students are dependent on certain fixed quota apart from the general seats. Each of these quotas dictates a child of special Case of need & background eg: Orphan, semi orphan, broken families & others. All cases of free/sponsored admissions are re-viewed annually in the month of November by the Management and school collectively.

Hostel Fee Structure 

Security Fees --- Rs 2000 only one time

Form Fees --- Rs 60 only one Time

Hostel Fees ---- Rs 2700 Monthly Fees


The hostel fee is collected either one time or in 3 installments for the following months:

[March April May]  [June July August] [Sep Oct Nov ]


Management & Hostel Staff


Name Designation
1. Ms. Stanzin Kunzang,Chottness Chairlady Riglam Hostel
2. Mr. Tsewang Dorjey Convener
3. Ms Eshey Lanzes Member
4 Mr Chemet Dorjey Member
5 Mr Gelek Phunchok Member
6 Mr Mepham Gyalson Member
7 Mr. Jigmet Rafstan Youth Wing member

Hostel Management Staff

Name Designation
Dawa Dolma Acc/Warden
Stanzin Palmo Aya
Tsering Yangskit Aya
Thinlay Angmo Aya
Butit Lhamo Cook Asst
Rigzen Dorjay Cook