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Patrons:

Lord Karan Bilimoria
Baroness Sandip Verma

Lord Mohamed Sheikh

Lord Bhikhu Parekh

Mrs. Jasbir Vohra

 

Advisors:

Dr. Daljit .K Maudgil

Resham.S. Sandhu MBE,DL,FRSA

 

Chairman:

Dr. Rami Ranger MBE, FRSA

Vice Chairmen:
Hardyal S Luther
Ravi Gidar

President:

Amarjit S. Dassan

 

Vice Presidents:

Surinder S. Aujla

Surjit S. Pandher

 

General Secretary:

Dr. Sukhbir S.Kapoor, OBE

Joint Secretary:
Joginder S. Vig

Finance Secretary:

Manjit S. Chandhok

 

Joint Finance Secretary:

Hardip Singh

 

PRO:

Satbir S. Bakshi
Atul Pathak

Social Secretary:
Jasbir S. Johal

Joint Social Secretary:
Parshotam S. Dhillion

Charities Secretary:
Surinder S. Aujla

 

Interfaith & Charity

Ravel S. Ahuja
Dr. Iqbal S Dhaliwal

Education Secretaries:

Charanjit S. Doogal
Cllr.Pritpal Singh

Joint Education Secretaries:

G S Chadha
Dr. R S Saluja

Press Release - IBCE & The BSA commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel‘s call to the bar at the Middle Temple, London on 27th January 2014.

Press Release - The British Sikh Association Annual Dinner 2013

Press Release - The British Sikh Association celebrate Guru Nanak Devji 2012

Press Release - The British Sikh Association celebrates Vaisakhi 2012

Press Release - The British Sikh Association Annual Dinner 2011

Press Release - The British Sikh Association celebrates Vaisakhi 2010

Press Release - The British Sikh Association celebrate Guru Nanak Devji's Birthday & 12th Anniversary of World Sikh University London 2009

Press Release - The British Sikh Association celebrates Vaisakhi 2009

Press Release - The British Sikh Association celebrates Vaisakhi 2008

 

 

 

Aims and Objectives:

The Association was launched on Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s Prakash Divas in 2007 with the following aims and objectives:

 

  • The recognition of the entire human race as one.


  • Advancing and promoting inter-faith dialogue in order to improve social cohesion in Britain by arranging functions, seminars, talks and debates with people of other faiths.



  • Supporting and promoting the affiliated Units of World Sikh University and Khalsa College London: These institutions are pioneers in promoting oriental languages viz., Punjabi, Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi and Urdu, world religions, Indian music and Folk dance. These are additional to the teaching of the National Curriculum from the junior level to IB level in the United Kingdom