Canadian organization gives 50000 cash prizes, biggest education award of North India
NewZNew (Chandigarh – Kulbir Singh Kalsi) : There just a handful of people who stay connected with their roots while being overseas. Drishti Punjab is one such organization of Canada that is run by people who answer their root’s beckoning. The organization is a ray of hope for the intelligent and needy students studying in government schools of Punjab.
The Canada’s social organization Drishti Punjab distributed Rs 50000 cash awards each to the 12 outstanding students today. The awards were given to government school students who are economically weak and have scored meritorious position in the merit list of Punjab School Education Board (PSEB). This was the fourth felicitation ceremony of Drishti Punjab.
The awardees are…
Sachindeep Kaur from Government High School Bhagwangarh (Bathinda), Mohit Kumar from Government Senior Secondary School Diwankhera (Fazilka), Satish Kumar from Government Senior Secondary School Datarpur (Hoshiarpur), Harpreet Kaur from Government Senior Secondary School Bagpur Sataur (Hoshiarpur), Harminder Kaur from Dr Ala Singh Kalkat Memorial Government Girls Senior Secondary School Urmur Tanda, Randeep Kaur from Government Senior Seocndary School Dhipali (Bathinda), Vishali from Government High School Dadauli (Rupnagar), Bahwan Sharma from Government Girls High School Nurpur Bedi (Rupnagar), Jaspreet Kaur from Government Senior Secondary School Chuangra (SBS Nagar), Gursewak Singh from Government Senior Secondary School Burj Dhilwan (Mansa), Chandni from Government Girls Senior Secondary School (Rupnagar) and Navpreet Kaur from Government Senior Secondary School Jarsi Kalota (Hoshiarpur).
The people present at event…
MP Avinash Rai Khanna, Punjab government media advisor Vineet Joshi, chancellor Sri Sai University Er. S K Punj, Canadian NRI Joginder Singh Grewal, Lalit Sharma, Drishti Punjab’s Punjab convener Khushal Lalli, Sri Sai media Group COO Rakesh Sharma, social worker Ashok Saida, social worker and Chandigarh cop Inspector Ram Dyal, social worker and Drishti Punjab’s Punjab member Kamaljit Singh Dhindsa, Harmail Singh Khakh, Master Sanjiv Kumar Mothapur, senior journalist Balbir Jandu, Sarabjit Pandher and poet Deepak Sharma, Chandigarh Press Club secretary Manjit Singh Sidhu and former president Chanidgarh Press Club Sukhbir Singh Bajwa.