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JAPMAN KAUR THE FIRST BAPTIZED SIKH FEMALE TO BE ENROLLED AS AN NBA ATTENDANT

By Jasmeet Singh . 6th March 2018 09:36pm
JAPMAN KAUR THE FIRST BAPTIZED SIKH FEMALE TO BE ENROLLED AS AN NBA ATTENDANT

Excellence is only achieved through hard work and determination. And that is what the young Japman Kaur has just proven. As reported by SikhNet, Japman Kaur is one with immense talents. Together with her brother, Trimman Singh, the two siblings have won two competitions organized by SikhNet. The first was the 2009 SikhNet Youth Film Festival which they topped in the junior category with the film 'Kivein Bhullaan - How Can We Forget?'. The second competition they won was the 2011 scriptwriting competition for their write up 'Team Khalsa - Save the Langar'. Known to be such a winner, it is no wonder she continues to win and break records by being the first female and Amritdhari Sikh to be enrolled as an NBA team attendant. Expressing her excitement about being on the team, she said  "I actually emailed the application to my brother at first. He was like 'Oh my gosh, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. You have to apply.' So I applied and when I got hired I was told that I was the first female that they've ever hired. So that was pretty exciting."  Japman Kaur has made the entire Sikh community proud. Her approach towards the work and the opportunity that has presented itself to her is one which she takes seriously. She was further quoted saying, "I feel that every single person on the Pistons is an important member of the Pistons. That's something that I've realized: We watch the game and we see the players, we see the coach and the head coach, then there's this whole other group behind so everyone has to work together to make it all work."  Her hard work and determination are definitely worth commendable. And we as a team wish her all the very best in her life's pursuit. For more updates, click on the featured video.


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