Among other guests at the ceremony that was held at Tibetan Institute of Performing Arts was attended by the chief guest, Sikyong Lobsang Sangay and Special guest, Penpa Tsering, Speaker of the Tibetan Parliament in exile.
A short documentary, which was filmed and edited by the students, was screened and it highlighted various works the charity organization had been involved in over the past decade.
The director of the Tibet Charity, India, Tsering Dhondup read the report of the organisation and detailed important projects they have managed.
Under the auspice of Tibet Charity, Tibet Charity Blood Donors Club organizes blood donors for needy patients around Dharamsala.
The founder and Chairman of Tibet Charity, Lakha Rinpoche spoke at the gathering and he said: "it was initially difficult during our early years in exile to contribute to our cause, and even if we are desirous of making contributions. But eventually, it became easier after gaining experience.
"If younger Tibetans are educated and capable than you could achieve anything, you could be a parliamentarian or Sikyong of the Central Tibetan Administration, but you can never be Dalai Lama."
Tibet Charity India was founded in 2004 and offers various charitable services including free healthcare and home visits to needy old age Tibetans around Dharamsala.