Waheguru Ji Ka Khalsa, Waheguru Ji Ki Fatheh
What does the Sikh Society do?
Welcome to our page! We are a society open to all with the aim to promote our faith’s universal message of recognising the human race as one. Throughout the year we aim to hold regular talks, charity fund raisers, social events and Gurdwara trips in order to raise awareness about Sikhi on campus and allow sharing of opinions.
For this upcoming academic year 2018/19:
The Sikh society is all geared up to bring you talks on some very interesting and thought-provoking topics! We also plan to re-visit the past and continue with our ‘Back2Basics’ segment from previous years. This time round you can look forward to talks on ‘The Sikh Military’ and ‘Martyrs in Sikh History’ amongst many others.
Sikhi is all about serving humanity and so we will be partaking in Seva at our local Gurdwara, helping organisations such as Nishkam Sikh Welfare & Awareness Team (SWAT) feed the homeless and carrying on our tradition of holding a bake sale to raise moeny for charity. We also have two new events planned for the upcoming year which will promote the key Sikh principles of equality, selfless service and oneness. These events are gurnateed to be the highlight of the year. Keep an eye out for the big reveal!
In addition to this all, we aim to balance the educational side of the Sikh Society with a social one. You can look forward to enjoying events like bowling, FIFA night, movie night, go-karting and paint balling. We will also be joining NISHAAN who organise multiple events such as ‘Collaborations’, ‘Seva Day’ and ‘Sports Day’ providing an excellent opportunity to meet Sikhs from different universities in a fun and relaxing environment.
Committee Members 2018/2019:
- President: Sukhvir Singh
- Vice President: Inderdeep Singh
- Treasurer: Jasraj Singh
- Secretary: Preet Kaur
- Welfare Representative: Nankiran Kaur
- Sports Rep: Harvir Singh
- Events Coordinator: Jujhar Singh
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We look forward to meeting you!
Sikh Society Committee