Bibi Inderjit Kaur

President All India Pingalwara Charitable Society

Father’s Name: Dr. Harbans Singh

Date of birth: 25th January 1942

Marital Status: Unmarried

Qualifications

Academic F.Sc. (Medical), 1959.

Professional M.B.B.S. from Govt. Medical College Patiala, Punjab, 1967. Experience

Worked as P.C.M.S. Doctor under the control of Directorate, Health Services, Punjab from 1967 to 1973. Running own private nursing /matenity home from 1973 till date. Membership of Various Organisations/ Institutions

Professional: Member, Indian Medical Association.

Others:

Member/Trustee, Improvement Trust Sangrur from 1976-81

Vice President, Indo-Soviet Cultural Society from 1977-81

Member, Child Welfare Society, Punjab from 1987-88.

Member, Sant Harchand Singh Longowal Memorial Committee since 1945 till date.

Member, All India Pingalwara Society Reg. Amritsar 1987-88.

Vice President, All India Pingalwara Society Reg. Amritsar, from 1988-1992.

Patron President, All India Pingalwara Society, Reg. since August 15,1992 till date.

In addition to running the private nursing home and looking after the overall functioning of the All India Pingalwara Society, (Reg.) Amritsar, as its Patron President, she takes keen interest in the general welfare of people in distress

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During the devastating floods of Punjab in 1988 collected money for the specific purpose and distributed relief among the needy and the affected people, also motivated the people in general and the youth in particular to come forward to give relief and solace to the people in distress.

During the disastrous earthquake in Lattir (Maharashtra) in 1993, took truck load of food stuff, clothes, blankets, and medicines and distributed it among the aggrieved and needy.

As Patron President, All India Pingalwara Society, carried out the printing and free distribution of literature, including articles of eminent writers, to spread awareness among the masses regarding environmental degradation, drug, population explosion, deforestation, ruthless depletion of precious natural resources, like coal, iron ore, and other minerals, excessive use of petroleum products procured through investment of valuable foreign exchange.

Committed to the upliftment of the downtrodden, the slum dwellers and homeless.

Organising school facility for elementary education in slum area in Amritsar District.

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