Name :Lungtaen Gyatso
Qualification:M.A in Sanskrit Literature
M.A in Buddhist Philosophy
Lungtaen Gyatso has a Masters degree in Buddhist Studies and an additional Masters degree in Sanskrit Literature. His primary research interest is ‘wellbeing and spirituality’. Currently, he teaches Universal Human Values, Personal Transformation and Buddhism in the college. He is also an Executive Faculty of the Royal Institute of Governance and Strategic Studies (RIGSS), Phuentsholing, Bhutan and a visiting faculty of Kathmandu University, Kathmandu, Nepal. He co-authored The Light of My LifeEnglish-Dzongkha Dictionary, Dzongkha-English Dictionary and has published several articles on philosophy, language, well-being and culture.
Name :Ngawang Jamtsho
Designation:Dean of Research and Industrial Linkages
Qualification:MA in History
MA in Buddhist Philosophy
Ngawang Jamtsho is senior Lecturer of History in the College of Language and Culture Studies, Royal University of Bhutan. He has a Bachelor degree in Dzongkha Language from Sherubtse College and a Masters degree in Buddhist Philosophy from the Central Monastic Body of Bhutan. He also has a Masters degree in History from Nalanda University, India. He has been teaching Bhutanese history and Cultural Heritage of Bhutan in CLCS for the past 17 years.  Ngawang Jamtsho is the Dean of Research and Industrial Linkages at the College ofLanguage and Culture Studies (CLCS). As the DRIL, he oversees the two research centers under the institute. He is currently working on the history of CLCS and Lo-choe practices in Haa valley. Additionally, Ngawang Jamtsho has been conducting sn in-depth study on cultural events and practices of rural community and religious history and kinship of Bhutan.
Name :Pema Wangchuk
Designation:Academic Dean
Qualification:MA Buddhist Studies(Indo-Tibetan Studies)
Pema Wangchuk is an Associate lecturer of Songs and Music in the College of Language and Culture Studies. Pema Wangchuk has a Master’s degree in Indo-Tibetan Studies from the University of Visva-Bharati, India. He studied Buddhism, Tibetan language and Literature. He also attended a certificate course in Hindutani Classical Vocal. His primary research interest is in Traditional songs and music in and around the country and Bhutanese culture and tradition as a whole. In addition to Traditional Songs and Music, Pema Wangchuk teaches classes on Research Methodology and Cultural Heritage. Pema Wangchuk is also the current Acting Dean of Academic Affairs