The University of Birmingham and Concordia University will launch Chairs to empower students with the values of the Sikh guru
Guru Nanak Jayanti was celebrated on a truly global scale on November 30 to honour the teachings of the Sikh guru on his birth anniversary. Union Minister of Education, Ramesh Pokhriyal lauded the efforts of two international universities towards setting up a Chair to propagate Guru Nanak’s values.
The University of Birmingham and Consulate of India will be working together to launch the Guru Nanak Chair, supported by the Government of India. The Chair will engage with Indian communities to create fellowships in peacebuilding, inter-faith understanding and community cohesion.
Similarly, the Indian High Commission at Ottawa will set up a Guru Nanak Dev Chair at Concordia University, Canada, to spread the teachings of the Guru.
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