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GOPIO Sydney Philanthropy In India

GOPIO Sydney North West chapter team decided to financially support...

GOPIO Sydney North West chapter team decided to financially support the needy students of Sainik Institute, Hoshiarpur, where children of retired Indian soldiers study and take vocational training for their future careers. GOPIO Sydney North West chapter has already provided basic amenities to disadvantaged school children of Punjab and Haryana for the last 7 years and around 4,000 students have benefitted.


GOPIO Sydney North West chapter took another initiative to share the knowledge with Indian students and impart practical experience to them for their successful careers.


Col. (Rtd) Dalvinder Singh, Campus Director and Prof. Parminder Kaur Saini organised a seminar  on “Personality Development, Job Hunt & Interview Skills and Quality Education” at the Sainik Institute, Hoshiarpur on 20 February 2017. Harmohan Singh Walia, Life member of GOPIO Sydney North West chapter, shared his experience with students and staff, and delivered the seminar on the above topic. Notes were provided to students for their help. Mr Walia also provided financial help to seven needy students of the Sainik Institute on behalf of GOPIO Sydney NW chapter.  Q&A session followed his presentation. Such seminars were conducted earlier also by Mr Walia with the students of Punjabi University, Patiala and Sainik Institute, Hoshiarpur.


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