Dr. Krishna Singla, Chairman of MAPSKO Group, was awarded an honorary doctorate by Emmanuel Theological Seminary in recognition of his outstanding contributions to social and human services. During a ceremony hosted by Emmanuel Theological Seminary, the award was presented to Dr. Singla in the presence of several dignitaries.
Mr. Krishna Singla receiving award from the guest of honor at Emmanuel Theological Seminary
Dr. Singla’s distinguished career as a business leader and social activist spans multiple states, including Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, and Uttar Pradesh. He has played a significant role in the success of MAPSKO Group, as well as numerous social and religious organisations in the Delhi-National Capital Region.
Dr. Singla, upon receiving the award, commented, “I am profoundly humbled and honoured to receive this award from Emmanuel Theological Seminary. This acknowledgement encourages me to pursue my commitment to social service with perseverance. I am appreciative of this acknowledgment, and I pledge to continue working for the betterment of society. I hope to serve as an example for those who share my passion for making a significant difference in the world.”
Contemporary Dharamshala in Vrindavan, constructed by MAPSKO Group, is among Dr. Singla’s most notable contributions to social service. The amphitheatre, which is named after Dr. Singla’s deceased parents, is a monument to his dedication to community welfare. He is also the principal advisor of Shri Krishna Janmashtami Mahotsav Samiti, Punjabi Bagh, the group responsible for the annual Janmashtami Festival.
Dr. Singla is also the Chairperson of the Best Ramlila Committee (Regd.) and the Patron Tusti of the Maharaja Agrasen Hospital Charitable Trust in Punjabi Bagh. He serves as the Jan Harta of Shri Agrasen International Hospital Rohini and offers counsel to a number of organisations, including the Pattern Trusts of Friends Club Charitable Trust.