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Appointment letters given to 37 Sikh youths educated in Sikh missionary institutions of SGPC

AMRIK SINGH | February 20, 2024 09:54 PM

AMRITSAR: The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee has given appointment letters to 37 Sikh youths who received Gursikhi education from their Sikh missionary institutions for the services of Sikh propaganda and Gurdwara management.

The appointment letters were given to these youth by SGPC President Advocate Harjinder Singh Dhami today at SGPC here on Monday.

These Sikh youths were serving as volunteers with SGPC for the last one year and were doing Sikh propaganda work in different areas.

It may be mentioned that in the past the Shiromani Committee had given an opportunity to the Sikh youth who had received education from their Sikh missionary institutions to volunteer for Sikh propaganda. Now the Shiromani Committee has given an opportunity for further services to 37 of these Sikh volunteers keeping in mind their working power and service spirit.
These 37 youths have been appointed as Clerk Gurdwara Management (6), Jodiwale (11), Assistant Ragi Singh (18) and Assistant Granthi Singh (2).

It is also to be mentioned that in order to prepare the Sikh youth to work in the field of religious preaching, many Sikh Missionary Colleges, Gurmati Vidyalayas, Gurmat Sangeet Academies and institutes related to Gurdwara management are being run by the Shiromani Committee, from which the youth are educated. Performs services within the country and abroad.

On this occasion, Advocate Dhami said that the Sikh organization Shiromani Committee is doing great work for Sikh propaganda along with managing the Gurdwara with panthic spirit. Many Sikh organizations have been made functional to fulfill the need in this area. He said that the Sikh youth who successfully complete courses from these religious institutions are given the opportunity to serve in the Shiromani Committee on priority basis.

Addressing the Sikh youths on the occasion of giving their appointment letters, Shiromani Committee President Advocate Dhami expressed the hope that they would not treat the service given by the organization as a job, but would do it sincerely, living in the spirit of service and fear of Guru Sahib.

He also said that he hoped that the youth would perform their loyalty diligently for the nation and for the Shiromani Committee.

He also told that 30 Sikh youths who were serving as volunteers before this have been appointed as preachers and sent to serve in different areas.

On this occasion, apart from Advocate Dhami, Shiromani Committee member S. Surjit Singh Tugalwala, Secretary. Pratap Singh, OSD Satbir Singh Dhami, Manager Sri Darbar Sahib. Bhagwant Singh Dhangera, Deputy Secretary. Jasbir Singh Jassi, s. Gurnam Singh, S. Harbhajan Singh Wakta, in charge Major Singh, S. Palwinder Singh etc. were present.

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