there is no charity equal to education



Computer and LED donated for the children of Primary school
An declaration made to give rupees 5 lacs every year to Sant Avtar Singh Yadgari Senior Secondary school
Visiting Punjabi NRI from Australia donated a golden karha to the poor children
Visiting Punjabi NRI and  'Hope Education ' director Sukhjinder Singh from Australia declared to give rupees 5 lacs for the new building of Sant Avtar Singh Yadgari Senior Secondary school. He also donated a computer and LED for the primary school. Punjabi NRI was so much impressed with the works done by Sant Seechewal in the field of education that in order to fulfill the educational needs of the poor children he at the same moment donated the golden Karha he was wearing.  He said that he will donate rupees 5 lacs every year for the education of the needy children. Sukhjinder Singh said that his father is also a teacher. He has motivated him that there is no charity equal to education.
At this juncture Punjab University Chandigarh, Senate member Sh Gurdip Sharma who had come with him said that in the field of education, he will join the advising committee to formulate the education plans.
Sant seechewal told that the works in the field of education have been continually going on under Ek onkar charitable trust since 1999. The gursangats from abroad and India are fully cooperating in the field of education. He said that every person should always be prepared to attend the social responsibilities of his area. He said that there is a need to increase the services in the field of environment, education and sports. He said that only with awareness,  brotherhood  collaboration in the society is maintained.  So, in the field of education all should contribute jointly and positively.
'Hope Education ' director Sukhjinder Singh was honored with Sarpao by Environment lover Sant Balbir Singh Seechewal Ji for his services in the field of education.

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