The monastery teaches the main Buddhist ritualist education to the monks so that they may lead the annual Vajrakilaya ceremony, as well as five other important ceremonies. The students learn them by heart so they can recite them fluently. The monks also learn to play ritualistic instruments such as horns, trumpets and cymbals, and ritualistic arts such as measuring and creating sand mandalas, and making butter sculptures of offering cakes (gtor ma) and crafting thread-crosses (mdos).
Besides the main Buddhist ritualistic education, the monks are also provided with a modern education, from a pre-school level to class ninth, with their curriculum based on the Department of Education, Central Tibetan Administration’s textbooks. The subjects taught include : Tibetan, Nepali, English, calligraphy, mathematics, social science, art, Tibetan grammar, Buddhist philosophy and Sakya Legshed (Elegant Sayings of Sakya Pandita) and others. Two examinations are conducted annually.