Activities

Manthan

A Research Forum of the Centre known as Manthan has been set up. It meets at least once in a month where Faculty members, Visiting Professors, Guest Scholars and Project Fellows present their papers. Its purpose is to make the upcoming scholars to know the new developments that are taking place in the field of Sikh Studies as well as to enhance the academic and professional skills of the Project

Fellows working in the Centre. Since January 2013 fourteen meetings of it have taken place, wherein Faculty of the Centre, Project Fellows and Visiting Scholars have presented their papers.


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Lectures and Seminars

  • Gurbani Research: Sri Guru Granth Sahib by Dr. Kulbir Singh Thind, California, on 5th March, 2015.

  • Shahidi Sarot te Shahadat da Dharohar Panjva Nanak by Dr. Balkar Singh, Patiala on 21st May, 2015.

  • Amrika Vich Sikh Studies di Vivsatha, by Dr. Jasbir Singh Mann, California on 17th November, 2015.

  • Amrika Da Education System by Dr. Charanjit Singh Gumtala, America on 26th November, 2015.

  • Gurbani Vich Kudrat da Sankalp by Dr. Devinderpal Singh, B.C.Canada on 24th December, 2015.

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Councelling Services

  • Meera Dewan, an established documentary film maker on behalf of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Govt. of India approached the University for expert input for a film by her on Gur Parsad: The Grace of Food. On the direction of Prof. A. S. Brar, Vice-Chancellor, GNDU, Centre provided all the academic input and help to Meera Dewan to shoot this film in and around Amritsar.

  • On August 13-23, 2013 three students of Chapman University, LA, namely David Thompson, Ryan Westra and Andrew Herkett who are doing documentary films on Sikhism requested the University to guide them about the history of Sikhism, the Golden Temple and other significant features of Sikhism

  • Peder Gedda, a Ph.D. scholar at University of British Columbia, Canada, had a close reading of the various manuals of Sikh Rahit under the supervision of Dr. Balwant Singh Dhillon for three weeks.