Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University Celebrates its 16th Foundation Day
Fatehgarh Sahib: Sri Guru Granth Sahib World University, Fatehgarh Sahib organised a religious programme on the occasion of its 16th Foundation Day. The programme started with the Bhog of Sri Sehaj Paath Sahib followed by the recitation of Gurbani by the students and staff members of the Department of music.
Dr. Prit Pal Singh, Vice Chancellor, congratulated the staff and faculty members on this occasion. Dr. Singh shared the academic achievements of the University during 2022-23 by the students and the faculty members. He was elated that the students made many accomplishments in the field of education as well as in sports and cultural activities. He appreciated the efforts of the University faculty members who had ensured that the students keep learning effectively in a practical way, due to which the University has witnessed an overwhelming response for admissions in students, this year. He praised the officials, teaching and non-teaching staff of the University for their whole time commitment to the education and for achieving excellence in academic and co-curricular field in a very short span of time. He expressed his commitment to the vision statement of the University i.e. creation of value based knowledge society, and said that the faculty and staff members are striving hard consistently for the same.
Dr. Sikander Singh, Dean Students’ Welfare was the distinguished speaker of the day. He deliberated on the message inscribed in Sri Guru Granth Sahib. Dr. Sukhwinder Singh Billing, Dean Academic Affairs of the University thanked the distinguished guests, all the faculty members, staff and the students. He hoped that this University of Shiromani Gurdwara Prabandhak Committee will not only be at the forefront of education at international platform, but will also succeed in imbibing the Sikh tenets in the young generation. On this occasion, the Heads, faculty, staff members and the students from different departments of the University were present. Dr Palwinder Kaur, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Religious Studies conducted the stage.