Druk Padma Karpo runs an active cooperation programme in order to mobilise the best people and resources from within Ladakh, the rest of India and internationally.  We work with educational institutions (notably from India, the UK and the USA), corporate partners, individual experts and volunteers.  Participants from many countries bring their knowledge, experience and material resources that add value to the life of the school and the students.



The following organisations have contributed to the success of our school:

  • Aditya Birla International School, Bangalore
  • Arup
  • Aseem Foundation, Pune
  • Autodesk
  • BaSiC Initiative, USA
  • Childreach International
  • Goldenmile Learning, Mumbai
  • JetAirways
  • kontentreal
  • La Ngonpo Project
  • Lille Fro Foundation
  • Live to Love, International
  • Mind Mingle, Delhi
  • Mountain Kingdoms
  • Nature Conservation Foundation, Bangalore
  • NEEV Academy, Bangalore
  • New Lives, India
  • Nirmal Bhartia School, Delhi
  • Ogilvy & Mather, Los Angeles
  • Peaks Foundation, UK
  • Podar World School, Gurjarat
  • Snow Leopard Conservancy, India
  • SP Jain Institute of Management & Research Mumbai
  • St. Christopher School, Letchworth, UK
  • University of Cambridge Primary School, UK
  • University of Greenwich, UK
  • Vinod Chopra Films



Druk Padma Karpo School would like to thank the following for allowing us to reproduce their work on this site:

  • Arup
  • Graham Brandon
  • Jennifer Chandler
  • Philip Cornwell
  • Wendy Cornwell 
  • Julayne Farmer
  • Rachel Glynn
  • Chinch Gryniewicz
  • Ian Hazard
  • BaSiC Initiative
  • Sebastian Kaminski
  • Michael Kern
  • Connor McGrath
  • Dick Polak
  • Rupam Ray
  • Roland Reinardy
  • Christian Richters
  • Sudhir Sinde
  • Annie Smith
  • Robert van Sluis
  • Emilie van Wijnbergen
  • Katerina Zographou

If you would like to reproduce any material found on this site, please contact us so that we can help you organise the appropriate permissions or licences.


Responsible Tourism in Ladakh

Mountain Kingdoms (UK) has an ethical tourism policy and its clients offset their carbon travel footprint by investing in the Druk Padma Karpo solar energy system.