Visit Khadur Sahib for Creative Synergy
was thrilled to watch the new robotic and liquid crystal
touch screen technology used by NRI Dr. Raghbir Singh Bains of
Chandigarh, February 14, 2008
Khadur Sahib: A delegation of 20 elite teachers from different
faculties of the department of Education and Skills UK visited
Khadur Sahib, the historical town sanctified by eight Sikh Gurus.
The Indo British teachers exchange program was coordinated by
Prof. Rajpal Singh of Punjab Heritage through cooperation of the
”League of Exchange of Common Wealth Teachers London”
to mutually preserve, promote and disseminate the rich cultural
traditions of Punjab.
In the morning sessions, the team interacted with students and
teachers of SBGSUS Senior Secondary School Khadur Sahib to mutually
understand and know about the teaching skills and the problems
faced by them. It proved to be a great learning experience for
the visiting delegation and students as well.
The delegation was thrilled to watch the new robotic and liquid
crystal touch screen technology used by Dr. Raghbir Singh Bains
of Canada in the production of the “Multimedia Sikh Museum”
which is first of its kind museum in the world.
Ann Nelson and Michelle Louise Burke, both group leaders, exclaimed,
“Hey ! Punjab seems to be much advanced in the global technology”.
They appreciated the tireless efforts of Baba Sewa Singh an environmentalist
of Kar Sewa under whose patronage 150 kilometers stretch of the
road has been planted with saplings on both sides of roads in
Punjab, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan to provide oxygen and unpolluted
environment to the people.
Principal Dr Daljit Singh Khehra, Principal Gurdial Singh Gill
and Dr. Raghbir Singh Bains facilitated the tour at Khadur Sahib
and said similar tours of teachers from Punjab to the commonwealth
countries should also be planned.
Members of the delegation were honoured with Saropas at Gurdwara
Sri Darbar Sahib.