Sikh Singapore Ed Foundation

As a community project, the Singapore Sikh Education Foundation was inaugurated on 30 December 1990 to provide Punjabi Language education based on the Examination syllabus guidelines provided by the Ministry of Education, Singapore. 

In early 1990, four Centres were set up to serve the community at different locations in the Republic. These were Si Ling Centre in the North, Bedok Centre in the East, Clementi Centre in the West and Teck Ghee Centre to serve the central and Southern localities of the Republic. Khalsa Punjabi School at Singapore Khalsa Association, which had been running Punjabi classes in the past, continued to run as a fifth Centre.

he Foundation welcomes your participation and involvement in the various programmes, activities and events. For additional information call our office at +65 62996440 or email us at [email protected].

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