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Akal University was established to provide worldly knowledge to the students in an spiritual environment. The Department of Sri Guru Granth Sahib Studies was established in the session 2015-16. B. A. Honours course in Sri Guru Granth Sahib Studies has been started in the University. This is first and a unique course as far as academics is concerned. This department is dedicated to the message of unity as preached by Sri Guru Granth Sahib and we are striving hard to achieve this objective. The course aims not only to impart complete learning of the Holy Scripture but also to teach Guru Darbar Maryada, Sikh tenants, Sikh history and life and teachings of Sant Attar Singh Maharaj Mastuane Wale and other enlightened sages from different sects and religions of the world. Comparative study of different religions is an integral part of the course.


  • To understand and propagate the message and philosophy of Sri Guru Granth Sahib.
  • To critically analyse the divine words of Sri Guru Granth Sahib to spread unity and harmony in humanity.
  • To establish confluence between different religion by emphasising the comparative study of religions.
  • To establish Sikh religion in academics in the areas of study, teaching and research.
Sr. No. Name of the Teacher Designation Qualification Specialization Publications/ Projects (Number Only)
1 Mr. Tarsem Singh Assistant Professor M.A., DGS, DSS, pursuing Ph.D. Gurbani Studies Books : Papers: Projects: Conferences/Seminars Attended : 10
2 Mr. Ajaypal Singh Assistant Professor M.A., DGS, UGC-NET, pursuing Ph.D. Gurmat Philosophy Books : Papers: Projects: Conferences/Seminars Attended:6
3 Harwinder Singh Assistant Professor M.A. (Gurmat Sangeet), M.A. (Religious Studies), M.Phil., UGC-NET Gurbani Ucharan Books : Papers: Projects: Conferences/Seminars Attended :1
Course B.A. (Hons. School) SGGS
Duration 3 years (Semester system)
Seats 30
Fees Free of cost and totally in house course.
Eligibility (i) 10+2 with 60% marks (55% in case of SC/ST and persons with disability category)
(ii) Merit based plus admissible weightages
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