Amritsar, Punjab: Chief Khalsa Diwan Educational Committee, which was set up in 1908, will organise a three-day “65th International Sikh Educational Conference” from November 14 at CKD Institute of Management and Technology College, Taran Tarn.
President of Chief Khalsa Diwan (CKD) Charanjit Singh Chadha inaugurated the new block at Sri Guru Harkrishan Public Senior Secondary School, Tarn Taran.
He also held a meeting with members of the CKD’s local committee.
Chadha said the three-day International Sikh Conference would attract a large number of people from social, political and religious spheres.
Sikh scholars not only from Punjab and India, but also from all over the world would participate in the conference, added Chadha.
He said special emphasis would be laid on associating global Sikh community and Sikh scholars with the CKD. Honorary secretary, Education Committee, Dr Jaswinder Singh Dhillon, said the event would begin with akhand paath.
A kirtan darbar would be held on the occasion. A nagar kirtan would also be taken out. The conference would also feature the exhibition of Sikh art works and Sikh literature, added Dhillon.
Others present on the occasion include vice- president Santokh Singh, honorary secretary NS Khurana, Harminder Singh, Jaswinder Singh, Harjit Singh, Jaspal Singh, Dharamveer Singh, Pritpal Singh Sethi and Charanjit Singh Kothi Wale.