Kalyan Singh Pakistan’s first Sikh citizen earns a PhD degree
The 42-year-old is the first Sikh to earn the honor in Pakistan’s history.
Under the supervision of eminent Punjabi language researcher Prof Dr Naveed Shehzad, Kalyan earned his PhD from Punjab University.
The title of the article mentions Baba Guru Nanak, the founder of the Sikh religion.
The Philosophy of Humanity in Guru Nanak’s Teachings is the title of a 600-page dissertation written by Kalyan Singh, the country’s first Sikh assistant professor. Being Pakistan’s first PhD Sikh is a great honour for Kalyan Singh.
Sardar Kalyan Singh was born in Nankana Sahib, Punjab, on December 12, 1979. He had his early schooling at Guru Nanak High School, a government school that welcomed students of all faiths.
Other social media users have congratulated Kalyan Singh Kalyan on his Ph.D. completion, including Sikh Angad Singh Khalsa.
Kalyan, a father of three daughters and a son, received his M.Phil (Punjabi) from Punjab University in 2016 and went on to work as an assistant professor of Punjabi at Government College University.