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Thursday, 23 January 2020

Aerospace Engineering Alumni Success story

Chandigarh University is one of the leading and emerging universities not only in north India but in the whole country. When I joined Chandigarh University, I never thought that the University will give me so much in these four years. I completed my graduation as part of the maiden batch 2015-2019 of Aerospace Engineering. Currently, I am working as a Data Author with leading aircraft manufacturing company, Boeing Aerospace based in Chennai after successfully completing an internship with Lufthansa Cargo AG in Delhi. I sincerely thank and respectfully recollect Chandigarh University’s unique way of combining the process of learning the regular curriculum along with personal development. This ensures that the students are equipped with all the soft skills required to get into corporate and be successful without having to deal with a steep learning curve.

One of the most challenging areas of engineering, AerospaceEngineering deals with the development of new technology in the field of aviation, space and defense systems. Chandigarh University is one of the few universities in North India to offer this course. Though the department is young, it has attained a great height within very few span of time. The course structure of the department helped me to gain valuable knowledge and develop technical skills, which provided great support in the industry.

The curriculum of CU is so diverse that it helps to make us Industry ready. Additional training for soft skills and periodic personality development programs made me confident, strong and motivated. Also, the unique open elective lectures made me explore other subjects apart from aerospace engineering. Finally, I would like to suggest everyone that if you want to explore new elements and unleash your true potential then join Chandigarh University.   

Monday, 20 January 2020

 Success Story of - Ajay Singh Chib

Another Success story written at Chandigarh University when Ajay Singh Chib from a small town of Jammu and Kashmir state, took admission in MBA Tourism and Hospitality Management Program at University Institute ofTourism and Hospitality Management to pursue his post-graduation in the year 2017-2019. 

Since, Ajay is passionate about tour and travel.  His interest and passion developed into profession at CU through the course. After campus placement with famous, an UK based online travel agency and leisure retailer’s branch at Bangalore, he started working as travel desk associate. Within a few months of joining, initially faced some obstacles but based on his quick learning ability, confidence and performance got promotion as team leader and now became a Sales Manager.  
   Ajay is playing a major role in company business.  He is looking after overall operational aspects of the firm, leading a sales team, conducting interviews for new candidates, giving personal training, ensuring achievement of team targets and organizational goals, providing consistent support and valuable suggestions to top level management for their strategic planning. Observing his talent, qualities, commitment, brilliant management skills and professionalism at work place his company has offered him a free trip to Ibiza in Spain.

                      His interesting story of career milestones is setting a fine example of learn, earn,   achieve, believe and progress.
We at CU feel proud about our alumni like Ajay Singh Chib and wish him such many more success!!

“I would like to say thank you CU for giving me platform to accomplish my career of interest.”           
- Ajay Singh Chib

Tuesday, 26 November 2019

Alumni Success Story - CSE Engineering

Chandigarh University: Alumni Stories
Pranav Mahajan -
It all started when after my 12th,  I was looking for an institute where I can pursue Computer Science Engineering having a world class curriculum along with decent placement opportunities. I found ChandigarhUniversity,  a student of batch 2012-16. I learnt all the trending technologies that were there in the market which helped me to secure 3 offers from the institute i.e. in Wipro Limited, Cognizant Technology Solutions and Tech Mahindra.

Joined Wipro Limited as an Associate Consultant – SAP ABAP. Worked for 2 years as an effective team player in resolving various issues in Roll-Out. The journey did not stop here, cracked Symbiosis National Aptitude Test – SNAP and currently serving as a part of Placement Advisory Committee at Symbiosis Centre For Information Technology. In addition to it, I did my internship in one of the Big 4’s Consulting firms - KPMG India.

It has been rightly said in order to achieve your future endeavour, it’s very important to lay a very strong foundation. Chandigarh University acted as the foundation that helped me to burn the mid night oil and brought the best out of me. 

Friday, 22 November 2019

Alumni Success Story Big Data Analyst

Alumni, Chandigarh University

I belong to Jorhat, Assam where I was born and brought up till my graduation. I passed my Matriculation from Springdale High School, Jorhat and 10+2 from Maharishi Vidya Mandir, Jorhat followed by graduation in B.Sc(IT) from Jorhat Institute of Science & Technology.

I was always an average student with not so good marks in 10 and 10+2. Physics of 10+2 was like a nightmare to me and eventually, I didn’t opt for BTech because of Physics and Mathematics. However, I always had a deep interest in Computer Science, especially in Programming & Databases.

During my graduation days, I have taught a number of students and professionals about various subjects of Computer Science and used to build a lot of desktop based and web-applications which actually gave me a good hands-on in Programming.

After my graduation, I pursued M.Sc(IT) from a private university in Punjab but still felt the craving and had a passion to learn more. Also, the inner wish in me to be called as an Engineer led me into Chandigarh University where I got enrolled in Master of Engineering with specialization in Big Data & Analytics and fell into love with the Big Data ecosystem.

After the 1st year, I got selected in the campus drive of Nokia Software R&D (it was my first campus drive experience) and worked as an Intern over there for almost 1.2 years. Currently, I’m working as a Software Consultant at Knoldus Inc., where I mainly work in the field of Big Data.

My life has been a roller coaster ride with lots of ups and downs, but I always believed, “Winners are not people who never fail, but people who never quit”.

Always believe in yourself and have the passion and zeal to achieve what to aspire in life. Life is not easy, still you need to fight back like a champ every time. Losing is not an option.

Monday, 18 November 2019

Alumni success Story Senior Engineer Johnson Control

Chandigarh University is an educational institution that not only prepared me to face the future but shaped the future in my favor. It is a place for people who have dreams to achieve something big, something that is not accessible to everyone. In my view, Chandigarh University is a wonderful platform for young aspirants to fulfill their dreams. The faculty is kind, brilliant and available for guidance and discussions all the time.

Chandigarh University provides me the opportunity to explore my potential to pursue my dreams. I completed my B-tech in 2018 from the Electrical Engineering Department. Electrical Engineering Department is a paradigm to achieve goals. I had excel in academic as well as other co curricular activities which made me the strongest person and prepared me for the life ahead during my journey of four years at Chandigarh University, I have participated in various inter-university competitions and won many prizes and with the constant support of faculties of my department. With brilliantly aligned course structure, the CU has opened the door for getting lucrative jobs. I got placement in companies such as IBM and WIPRO and joined IBM and later on, I switch to Johnson Control. Presently I am working with Johnson Control, Gurgaon as Senior Engineer.

The four-year journey at Chandigarh University was the best and memorable days of my life. Taking admission in the Electrical Engineering program was the best decision of my life. I would recommend everyone to seek admission in any diversified discipline of CU, who has dreams to reach unknown heights and most importantly has the courage to dream big.

Thursday, 31 October 2019

Alumni Success Story - Sumit Malik

 “Dreams are to be dreamt with open eyes”

Having being highly inclined towards sports since my childhood I had always dreamt of representing my country INDIA, in any Sports domain. In that desire, I had played district level football representing my school. But, due to some circumstances, I had to inculcate my priorities and drop my sports for a certain time frame and join ARCHITECTURE, thinking that could be a favorable future for me as my brother was from the same field so it was easy for me to get the hold to the profession. ARCHITECTURE was fun as it happened to me by choice and I persued playing football as my hobby; as an extracurricular.

But nevertheless, fate had decided something grand and happening for me, YES!! In 2014 I joined ChandigarhUniversity and 2015 was the year when CU recently had introduced AMERICAN FOOTBALL to the university. And when the team was being set our coach Mr. Guri luckily had seen me playing and offered me a place in the team.
That day 'the lightning strike my head and I thought of achieving all my dreams to represent INDIA in sports' And I thought that this is it, this is the chance to redeem me. And, I said yes!! 

But trust me the feeling was the mere opposite, I was happy but apart from that I knew It was going to be tough for me to be managing ARCHITECTURE and sports but being fierce I wanted to pursue my passion and so did I jumped into it without even thinking of what my hardships are going to pay me back.

So, it started with a straight YES !! and the training went on for 6 months and we won our 1st SILVER MEDAL for our university in 2nd ALL INDIA INTER-UNIVERSITY games 2015. So, it started off in 2015 to 2019, we were the champions in ALL INDIA -INTER UNIVERSITY GAMES AND OPEN NATIONAL GAMES.

So, In the short span of time, it was our team achieving the heights and now its time to build a National team to represent INDIA in CSIT  -  AMERICAN FOOTBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP held from July 2-7th in SPAIN.
It was my hard work and dedication that brought as a team member defeating several across INDIA and is one of the part of those lucky 23 people of our team.

We eventually, succeeded in achieving SILVER MEDAL for our country in CSIT-AMERICAN FOOTBALL WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP.

It was a moment of relief for me, on the personal level of all the hard work and training and also sacrificing a lot of things, It was a moment of pride and happiness.
Not leaving behind ARCHITECTURE, today  I am a licensed Architect and had cleared the degree with flying colors.
I want to THANK a lot to CHANDIGARH UNIVERSITY for giving me such OPPORTUNITY, FACULTY STAFF of UIA for always understanding me and helped me throughout my 5 years of Degree in every aspect of life.

In last if it inspired you, I would like to say:
                                                                                                              SUMIT MALIK

Friday, 18 October 2019

CU visited Chang Jung Christian University in Taiwan

The faculty members from Chandigarh University’s University Institute of Biotechnologyvisited Chang Jung Christian University in Taiwan under the faculty Exchange programme. Dr. Nikita Goswami and Ms. Nishu Khurana from UIB visited the partner school where they exchanged ideas regarding the related departments such as the College of Health Sciences, the International College of Practice and Education for the Environment, and the School of Safety and Health Sciences.  

The visiting faculty from CU was received with a welcome meet at the Office of International Affairs, after which they were invited to lecture on topics such Indian plant cultivation technology and bio-oil production. The visitors provided valuable insights during their lecture, attended by Dozens of teachers and numerous students.

Taking the faculty exchange programme forward, Dr. Nikita and Ms. Nishu also observed Chang Jung Christian University’s English-taught courses such as biotechnology and chemistry experiments, and environmental and ecological education. They also visited the International Jane Goodall's Roots & Shoots Eco-Center and the Occupation, Environment and Food Safety Research Center, and participated in hands-on activities organized by the Extracurricular Activities Division.

Furthermore, according to the President of Chang Jung Christian University, Yung-Lung Lee, with subsidy from the Ministry of Education’s Pilot Taiwan Experience Education Program (TEEP) for Indian Young Scholars, Chandigarh University sent 8 Indian college students for one month of Chinese Language Study at the invitation of the University, where they also experienced various special courses offered by the University. President Lee believed that this faculty visit was an extension of that previous visit.

Michelle Li, Dean of International Affairs, while speaking on the same matter remarked that through a series of intensive academic and event arrangements, the international friendship between the University and Chandigarh University could be strengthened, and the academic and research capabilities of the University could be enhanced.

Chandigarh University, Gharuan has partnered with over 200 top universities worldwide. Also, this faculty exchange programme saw future possible collaborative projects between the University Institute of Biotechnology, Chandigarh University and Chang Jung Christian University being explored.