| Petaling Jaya, Malaysia | 2 Aug 2015 | Asia Samachar |
Prolific Malaysian-based Sikh writer and thinker Karminder Singh Dhillon will start a course in Petaling Jaya tonight to understand Anand Sahib and the Ardaas.
The course is part of the sixth in the Gurbani Understanding Course started by Sant Sohan Singh Ji Melaka Memorial Society Malaysia, popularly known as the Malacca Vidyala. The Vidyala is a member of the Coalition of Malaysian Sikh Organisations (CMSO).
Karminder, who also writes for Asia Samachar [see list of articles below], was a former secretary of the Sikh Naujawan Sabha Malaysia (SNSM).
Karminder is a serving administrative and diplomatic officer in the Malaysian civil service.
He is also the author of Dilemmas of Development: Twenty Two Years of Malaysian Foreign Policy in the Mahathir Era 1981 – 2003, published by the National University of Singapore University Press.
Karminder holds a B.Sc in Political Science, a post graduate diploma in Public Management, a MA in International Relations and International Communication, and a doctorate in Political Science.
He has obtained his education and professional training from Harvard University, the University of Nottingham, UK, the National Defense University, Beijing, Boston University, and USM Penang.
Course: Certificate in Understanding Anand Sahib and Ardas
Facilitator: Karminder Singh, PhD (Boston)
Starting: Sunday, 2 August 2015
Frequency: Every Sunday
Venue: AV Room, 2nd Floor, Annex Building, Gurdwara Sahib Petaling Jaya
Course Fee: Free
Registration: 6.00pm on the first day
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