Our Mission

Fulfilling Aspirations…


The Annual General Meeting (AGM)

"The Annual General Meeting (AGM) for Young Sikh Association (Singapore) for the year 2020 will be held on Thursday, 30 December 2021, at 7pm. This AGM will be conducted online through a Zoom call so as to adhere to the Covid-19 regulations set by the Singapore Government. Zoom details will be shared here by 26

Sikh Graduates Tea Reception 2017

Attention Sikh graduates! If you graduated recently (before September 2017) from a local or overseas institution, register for our annual networking event. Highlights • Plaque presentation by the Guest-of-Honour • High tea buffet reception • Networking with other graduates and mentors Guest-of-Honour Ms Grace Fu Minister for Culture, Community and Youth Republic of Singapore Date

Sikh Voices Conference 2017: ‘What If’

YSA will organise its first Sikh Voices conference on 11 November 2017. The theme for the conference is ‘What If’, and it will feature panel discussions and activities that spur thinking about the futures of the local Sikh community and Singapore. The inspiration for this conference is the Institute of Policy Studies’ flagship Singapore Perspective


YSA reaches out to young Singaporeans with the aims of understanding, appreciating…

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To deepen understanding of national issues among young Sikhs and to encourage them to contribute…

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Executive Committee

The Executive Committee of the Association is made up Sikhs and non-Sikhs…

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Community Service

This programme enables young Singaporeans to support the needs of the less fortunate communities in Singapore and abroad.

Conferences and Seminars

This programme broadens young Singaporeans’ perspectives of global politics, businesses, technologies and other social and cultural environments.


This programme strives to strengthen racial and religious harmony in Singapore through inter-community cultural activities and showcasing the Sikh culture.

Professional and Intellectual Development

This programme helps young Singaporeans adopt a positive attitude, an entrepreneurial spirit and develop the confidence they need to become competent members of society.


This programme enables young Singaporeans to forge links and strengthen ties, and develop a healthy lifestyle through sporting activities.


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YSA’s programmes are organised through membership
fees, sponsorships, donations and government grants.


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Alternatively, we can be contacted at:

Young Sikh Association (Singapore)

c/o Sikh Centre
8 Jalan Bukit Merah
Singapore 169543
Tel: (65) 82228485
Fax: (65) 327 2009
Email: YoungSikhAssociationSingapore@gmail.com

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