It seems to me that more and more Sikhs are complaining about the quality of most granthis in our gurdwaras today. Apparently we need granthis that are well "educated", but what does this mean? If someone decides they want to become a Sikh scholar and a really good granthi how should they go about achieving this goal education wise? Obviously they must have a love for Sikhi, and a desire to always learn, but what constitutes a good education? Is attending a 2 year granthi course at a Sikh missionary school a good enough education? What about spending 5 years studying at damdami taksal? Should all granthis get a doctorate/PhD in Sikh studies? I am always hearing of these supposedly amazing gursikhs who are great gianis and Sikh scholars, but what kind of education do these people have?