RAMINDERJOT SINGH BEDI; Sacred descendant of Guru Nanak Dev ji

How long will you keep throwing dust from your feet? How long you will look at the distant star, you will surely shine as a star. If you keep working hard… Raminderjot Singh Bedi, a descendant of Guru Nanak Dev ji, who made these words a part of his life, has reached such heights in Australia and Canada today, which he would not have imagined.
Raminderjot singh Bedi says we are Indians. When we go abroad, we represent India. So, if students who come from India, my first message is always to them that we are representing our country here, if we do something wrong, then the impact on name of our country will be bad.
Starting of The Journey
Raminderjot singh Bedi moved to Australia for higher education in 2000. During this time, He learned a lot from the whole process.
For example, how does foreign education work, what should students do, what should students learn? After taking PR there, now his aim was to set up a successful business there, for which he opened a petrol pump and store in 2005 and ran it.
Now if we talk about prominent events, awards, and trophies, the context will be different. Each dream has it’s significance and meaning but one common thing to achieve the dream is very similar in every success story and that is struggle and hard work, Raminderjot Singh Bedi also struggled in the beginning but after crossing each and every hurdle in early days he established himself and reached all heights.
Raminderjot singh Bedi took a college on rent in Melbourne when only 100 students were studying there, but within a year, the number reached 700. After that, there was an instill in the spirit.
After this, another campus opened, where the initial number was one thousand. Raminderjot singh Bedi established the Sunshine College of Management by purchasing his land in 2007 and there was no looking back after that. In addition to Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, he again moved to Canada. There, in Vancouver, Toronto, he went and opened a college successfully.
Vision For The Students of Dera Baba Nanak
Raminderjot singh Bedi says it was his dream to raise the school in village so that students can use the knowledge and grow. Raminderjot singh Bedi says that it is his dream that the level of government school in my village Dera Baba Nanak should be high. So the government schools there have been given a lot and there is a lot of plan to implement So that the children can move forward with a good education. Even today, the demand that comes for the government school of Dera Baba Nanak, he immediately fulfills it without delay.
Achievements & Awards
Kamaljeet Singh aka Kamal Heer is a Punjabi traditional musician. He is the younger brother of Manmohan Waris and Sangtar, two other esteemed musicians. Kamal heer thanking MR Bedi for looking after him in Australia for great hospitality, State honour by Government, Meeting with Governor of Punjab At Governor Residence V P Singh Badnore 28th Governer of Punjab, Honour by Ex Chief Minister Charanjeet Singh Channi, Meeting with Comedy King Kapil Sharma at office, Honour by another Ex Chief Minister of Punjab capt. Amarinder Singh, Mr Raminderjot singh Bedi Honour to Fauja Singh Ji world’s oldest Marathon runner.
He has achieved all this respect and honour on his own which is a great achievement for any individual.

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