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SGPC to prepare 25 Sikh students for competitive exams every year: Harjinder Singh Dhami

Amritsar, March 5

The Shiromani Gurdwara Parbandhak Committee (SGPC) has opened Nishchay Academy in Chandigarh to prepare Amritdhari (initiated) Sikh students for the competitive exams of IAS, IPS, PCS, and others, for which an agreement has been signed with an institute in Chandigarh.

Under this project, the coaching, stay and other expenses of 25 Sikh students will be borne by the SGPC every year.

SGPC President Harjinder Singh Dhami said this on Saturday while speaking to the media after the executive committee (EC) meeting in Amritsar. He said that the EC has approved to prepare 25 Sikh students for the competitive exams in the said academy as per their merit.

“This process will start from April 1 and will continue every year. Apart from 25 students to be prepared by the SGPC this year, the expenses of 10 more students would be borne by Bhai Ram Singh, leader of United Singh Sabha Foundation. Accordingly, 35 Sikh students will be able to prepare for the competitive exams in the first year. The purpose of this project is to bring Sikh candidates to the high positions in the administrative services”, said Harjinder Singh Dhami.

About the other EC decisions, SGPC President said that it has been decided to convene this year’s budget session of SGPC on March 28, which will be held at Teja Singh Samundri Hall at 1 pm.

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