Gurmat teaching is imparted to the students of class 1st to class 12th standards in various schools of Punjab adopted by the Trust with the help of Gurmat Teachers. The gurmat teachers are appointed with the basic consideration that they remember all the FIVE BANIS and they clear the 2 years gurmat course through distance education as devised by Sikh Missionary College/SGPC. Main activities under this program are:
Only Amritdhari gurmat teachers who by and large can recite Nitnem (5 Banis orally) are appointed. They are required to clear two (2) years Gurmat Correspondence course for Sikh Missionary College/SGPC.
Teacher Training Camps are organized every year to improve the teaching skills where faculty members from various Universities are invited to interact with the teachers on subjects like Gurmat, Sikh history, Students psychology, methodology of teaching etc.
The Trust organizes Gurmat competitions every year at the Zonal level to create enthusiasm and fellowship among students. Subjects covered are Gurbani Kanth, Kirtan, Lectures, kavishari, Poetry, Wartalap, Gatka, Quiz (highlighting drug abuse and environment protection).
The students selected after Gurmat Competitions are sent to USA/Canada/Hong Kong at the request of Sikh Sangat residing in these countries. Students give program in Kirtan/ Kavishery, Kavita in Gurdwaras in these countries and propagate our program of gurmat teaching. These programs encourage the students to learn gurmat with great interest as it provides them the opportunity to go abroad and to other Indian states.