Istri Satsang Singapore acknowledges Punjabi education on its 75th anniversary

Jangir Kaur (middle) handing the cheque to Nirmaljeet Kaur, with Gurmail Kaur giving vote of thanks – Photo: Supplied
By Asia Samachar Team | SINGAPORE |

As the Istri Satsang Singapore (ISS) celebrates its 75th anniversary, one of the projects dear to their hearts is the teaching of the Punjabi language. Hence, they extended a donation of S$2,100 to Singapore Sikh Education Foundation (SSEF).

The cheque presentation ceremony was held at the Cnetral Sikh Temple (CST) yesterday (24 March). SSEF is a self-help non-profit organisation focusing on providing Punjabi Language education for pupils in mainstream schools in Singapore.

At the same event, the CST women’s wing also presented shawls to members to appreciate their dedication and commitment to the vision of the movement.

ISS president Gurmail Kaur thanked all parties for the support to enable the wing to undertake its activities.



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