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Sikh History Day 2021

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Sikh History Day (SHD) is a program that seeks to ignite a spark among students that will push them to research and educate themselves on Sikh topics. We have an extremely rich history that is begging young scholars to dive head-first into it. What we do is take the general National History Day competition and incentivize young Sikhs to study their own history and enter the competition.

This year, we held a virtual, statewide Sikh History Day competition on Saturday, February 13th, 2021 where our Sikh Honors And Service Society (SHSS) students showcased their amazing projects. The competition was held using all the requirements and specifications for the national history day competition. The regions covered were: Southern California, Bakersfield, Fresno, the 209-region, Bay Area, Sacramento, and Yuba City. Each Regional participant will be able to ask their Community Organizer for a review session before the competition. 

There were 3 sections of Sikh History Day

  • Exhibit Competition
  • Paper Competition
  • Documentary Competition

CLICK HERE for examples of the different sections

THEME 2020-2021: Communication in History: The Key to Understanding

 

We had 12 amazing projects submitted! Thank you to all of our young Sikh-olars for participating in our virtual, statewide competition and sharing your knowledge with us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sikh History Day 2021 Results 

Exhibit Competition

Paper Competition

Documentary Competition 

 

We want to give a great big THANK YOU to all 4 of our judges, Maninder Singh, Mehnaz Kaur, Prabhjot Singh and Jugraj Singh for taking the time to evaluate and score all of the projects.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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