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Monday, 30 March 2020

Chandigarh University - Most Preferred University by students

Chandigarh University - Most Preferred University by students 

532 students from Haryana have bagged their dream jobs in top-notch blue-chip companies with 60% placements for the girls at 2020 Campus Placements. Apart from bagging 87 multiple offers, the placements of students from Haryana have witnessed a continuous rise in numbers. Your buddies are reaching out to their dreams at Chandigarh University, where are you?

Elevate your Career and give wings to your professional dreams with the career-ready, industry aligned curricula at Chandigarh University, the country's one of the most prestigious and youngest NAAC A+ Grade Accredited university. Admissions Open. Apply for the programme of your choice through CUCET and earn up to 100% merit based Scholarship.




Sunday, 29 March 2020

Coronavirus in India: Chandigarh University distributing food to poor & needy in nearby villages

Coronavirus in India: Chandigarh University distributing food to poor & needy in nearby villages  
Amid 21 days lockdown announced in India, the daily wagers working in factories and construction labour are facing heat as they are facing challenges to earn and find food for themselves and their families. Rising up to the situation and with the spirit of gesture in times of crisis, Chandigarh University Gharuan is distributing cooked meals two times a day to poor & needy in the 6 neighbourhood villages Gharuan, Batta, Mankheri, Mamupur, Roorkee Pukta and Madauli.

The distribution drive started from the first day of the lockdown and will be continued throughout the 21 days period. The meals are cooked in University Mess and then transported to the different locations using the institution’s transportation. Participating in the drive, Jai Vardhan one of the volunteers said, “We are currently catering to feed about 500 persons daily but we can increase our capacity if the more demand arises in the coming days”.  

“Although the Government of Punjab is ensuring the distribution of food to the poor and needy community through-out the state, yet as an institution it is our social responsibility to help the lower sections of the society in whatever form we can” said Satnam Singh Sandhu, Chancellor, Chandigarh University.      

He further added that, “CU is also running an awareness campaign to educate the people and residents of villages about the safety precautions from the dreaded pandemic to be undertaken”.  In addition the University Team is also distributing free hand sanitizers in the villages, old age homes and orphanages which has been prepared by the University Department of Applied Health Sciences.    

Saturday, 28 March 2020

Coronavirus: Myths vs facts

#Coronavirus: Myths vs facts
By - TIMESOFINDIA. COM
#COVID19 pandemic has grappled the world by its teeth. With no preventive measure or cure in sight and a lot of misinformation available on the internet, it can be hard to actually separate fact from fiction. From garlic water, bat soup remedy and weird self-tests, you will find a lot of myths and hoax messages related to the #coronavirus #infection. However, we shouldn't be the first ones to tell you that not all that you read on the internet or receive as Whatsapp messages from concerned relatives doesn't hold true.
If you are panicking about the spread of #coronavirus, here is help your way.
Listed here are some of the most commonly associated myths surrounding the diseases and the real truth you need to know. Do share it and help someone in need!









#CU #ChandigarhUniversity

Friday, 27 March 2020

Let's Fight Corona | Stay Positive - Chandigarh University

Time is the most valuable thing one can spend. We often complain or regret about not being able to spend enough time with our families. However, owing to the prevailing pandemic we now have the chance to overcome all the complaints and regrets and choose to be with our family at all times. Alongwith following the Social distancing precautions and keeping others in mind, not only are we gonna halt the spreading pandemic COVID-19, but also make memories for a lifetime with our families.

Chandigarh University advises you to be with your families and avoid getting out, as it would only endanger you or those around you. Here's a little video dedicated to you all!

#CoronaVirus #LetsFightCorona #StayPositive 





Thursday, 26 March 2020

Working from Home amidst COVID-19 Pandemic Threat




Working from Home amidst COVID-19 Pandemic Threat: Necessities for Working Professionals
Harkamal Singh Bajwa, Chandigarh University

An unusual pneumonia broke out in China last year, which has now forced most of the world into lockdown. The unusual pneumonia, later discovered to be CoronaVirus or COVID-19 has turned pandemic leading to temporary shutdowns of Industries, educational institutions and many other commercial & non-commercial sectors. While staying cautious and indoors during these times is of utmost importance, however, it cannot be denied that the pandemic is affecting economies in many different ways.

Work From Home


The seriousness of COVID-19 has forced organizations to ask their employees to stay indoors and work from their respective homes. The internet connectivity makes sure that your absence in your office doesn’t matter and you can work reliably from home, however, there are certain factors concerned with “work from home”, which might have been left unnoticed and unexplored as the crisis approached and compelled us indoors. With this article, we shall discuss some necessary factors one needs to keep in mind while working from home.

           1.)    Punctuality: Working from Home keeps you in your comfort zone most of the times, as you are not being watched or under continuous surveillance of those CCTV’s cameras at your office. The absence of someone to look upon you does motivate you to work according to your own wishes. However, it is important to be understood that an emergency situation has forced us into a lockdown and while it has caused your organization a great deal of damage, it may also directly affect you and your career. Thus, staying punctual at home is important as well. Sign in and sign out on time and also make sure you do not skip your break.

           2.)    Fixed Work Schedule: Your organization must have passed on necessary instructions onto you before initiating ‘Work from Home’. As most of the organizations go, they must also have made you realize that they were doing you a favor by allowing you to work from home. However, this is not the truth. Remember, you put in all your energy and efforts to bring out the best outcomes for the company you’re working for and during times as these, it is the responsibility of the organization to take care of their employees. Some organizations pose this a liberty for their employees and in return get them to work round the clock. Therefore, you must ensure that you’ve a fixed time schedule, just like the office hours. Begin and end your work on time and spend the rest of your personal time, the way you wish to.

      3.)    Workspace: Designating yourself a workplace is crucial while working from home. If you want to work like a professional you are, you must ensure your workplace looks the same, irrespective of who watches you or who doesn’t. At home, we are usually surrounded by our family members or anyone who’s not from your office(in general) and does not understand the importance of what you’re doing. Affected outcomes by working from home raise questions and suspicions as well. Hence, designate a proper workplace which complements both you and your organization and does not affect your productivity.

           4.)    Avoid distractions: Although, home is where we find peace, but in case of Work, working from home can provide some serious distractions. First of all, we are always in our homely comfort zone and then there’s our family and other households, one would normally tend to during their off-days. However, we got to remember the fact that we are ‘Working from Home’, where work is supposed to be the priority during the working hours. You are not supposed to switch tasks in between or be doing too many things like making lunch, watching your favorite movie or anything apart from the task at hand.
  
           5.)    Dress Properly: Now, you must be thinking that not dressing the part would do you no harm as you’re working from home and no one’s going to judge even if you have your Pyjamas on. Of course, no one will see you working like this, however, it has marked effect on your productivity and motivation to work. You may sit or put on your attire more comfortably at home as compared to your regular office, nonetheless, make sure you’re presentable enough in case you receive some professional or business video call.                       

Working from home can be very liberating but this freedom of working on your own can reduce your productivity and capabilities to bring out the best outcomes, the reason you were employed in the first place. Put in your best efforts and time as you would do on a normal working day at the office and don’t let anything affect the professional in you.






  
  

Wednesday, 25 March 2020

CU becomes Overall Champions at 35th National Youth Festival


CU becomes youngest university of the country to claim overall championship at 35thNational Youth Festival
 Team CU brings back title to the state after a gap of five years

ChandigarhUniversity Gharuan has created history by lifting the Overall Championship at 35th AIU Inter- University Youth Festival 2020 organized by Association of Indian universities.

With this CU becomes the youngest university in the country to win this title. As many as 36 students from Chandigarh University, won overall trophy in Theatre & Fine arts and won 9 gold medals, 4 silver medals in different categories. Student teams from more than 93 universities all over India participated in the youth fest held at Noida. This was announced during a press conference at Chandigarh. Dr. A.S. Kang and Manish Jhangra from Department of Student Welfare, Chandigarh University were also present on the occasion.



Elated with this performance by the students of Chandigarh University, Vice Chancellor of Chandigarh University, Dr.R.S. Bawa said, “This performance by the students of Chandigarh University has been possible as they themselves are very talented and at their talent was nurtured by some of the best from the fields of theatre, dance and music.” Dr. Bawa said that there were some students who realized their potential about these extra circular activities after they joined here.

Prior to this win, team Chandigarh University has shown glorious performance at National level youth festivals as the team bagged overall runners up position in 2019 while the theatre team of CU have created a national record by winning the overall theatre trophy consecutively for the fourth year.

Feeling delighted on the performance of team Chandigarh University, ViceChancellor said, ‘’By winning the Overall Championship at 35th National Youth Festival 2020, university from Punjab has reclaimed their hands on the overall AIU trophy after a gap of 5 years’’.It is an honour to announce that Chandigarh University became first to bring overall National Championship trophy in Tricity, he added. As many as 93 university teams with 1600 participants from northern India took part in various contests of music, theatre, dance, literary and fine arts this year. Chandigarh University bagged the overall trophy by winning 9 first positions in one act play, skit, Mime, clay modelling, on-the-spot-photography, installation, procession, Folk dance, Collage making, and Four2nd positions in on the spot painting, poster making and vocal solo( western),Group song (Western) . It was on 3rd position in mimicry.Vice Chancellor announced that all the National Award winning performances will be exhibited in Tagore Theatre to the public of Tricity in the 3rd week of February.

Team of students comprising of Arunesh, Akash, Ankit, Yadhunandan, Ankita, Raghvendra, Sukant, Jaya and Saksham Singh won 1st  position in the One Act Play ‘’Kashima’’ , showcased the story of the girls who face atrocities and been killed. 1st positioned Mime titled ‘’Honor Killing’’ enacted on social issue prevalent in patriarchal society. In both performances, woman’s’ struggle for survival has been presented. 1st positioned Skit was based on an idea of today's world where we all are talking about women empowerment and equal rights, there are men too who go through various mental and emotional traumas.In total,Chandigarh University won 9 first positions in one act play, skit, Mime, clay modelling, on-the-spot-photography, installation, procession, Folk dance, Collage making while 4 second positions in On the spot painting, poster making and vocal solo( western),Group song (Western).
Aimed to promote new talent, Chandigarh University mentor students as all-rounder to render holistic development. It also provides competent Directors and artists who organize workshops and conferences to train the students in the field of art and culture so that they can compete at various international and nation championships.

Meanwhile Gauhati University was declared 1st runner up while Banasthali Vidyapith University, Rajasthan bagged 3rd position.




Thursday, 19 March 2020

Corona Virus Safety Instructions


#CORONAVIRUS #SAFETYINSTRUCTIONS



As you’re all aware about the deadly disease #COVID_19 or CoronaVirus becoming Pandemic and affecting the populace across the globe, taking safety and health precautions have become of paramount importance. Considering the seriousness of the circumstances, Chandigarh University advises you to keep your safety and hygiene on utmost priority. Here, we are sharing a few safety instructions and precautionary measures that’ll help you and your dear ones in staying away from this infectious disease.



1. There are certain ways the virus may enter into your body, which is why it is important to wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after you have been in a public place, or after blowing your nose, coughing, or sneezing. In case of the unavailability of soap and water, use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Also, restrain from touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands.



2. Avoid close contact with people who are sick as they’re more prone to getting infected. Also, maintain a gap of 3 feet between yourself and anyone who is coughing or sneezing.



3. As mentioned before, there are different ways the virus may enter your body, which is why taking care of even the minutest of things is indispensable. Thus, we advise you to avoid touching eyes, nose and mouth, especially with unclean hands.


Stay home if you are sick, except to get medical care as the virus is a communicable disease.

Apart from the above precautionary measures, make sure your throat and mouth are always moist. Drink some water every 15 minutes ‘cause even if the virus gets into your mouth, drinking water or other fluids will help wash it down the esophagus in your stomach.



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