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Monday, 27 October 2014

CU Gharuan Student choosen as Google Student Ambassador

Garima Bhandari among the 177 students selected as Google Student Ambassador

Google Student Ambassador - Chandigarh University

Garima Bhandari, a computer science engineering student of Chandigarh University Gharuan has been selected by Google as Student Ambassador under the innovative Google Student Ambassador Program. World’s leading Software and Internet Technology giant, Google launched the flagship Google Student Ambassador Program with a mission to make future engineers updated about the various technology advances made in the field of Information Technology and Internet.

Belonging to Ludhiana and studying at Chandigarh University, Garima attained this fete after passing through rigorous selection process  that comprised of brainstorming sessions, pre-summit tasks, making video resume and finding references for her candidature. A total of 2000 students from 168 colleges like IIT’s, NIT’s, BITS Pilani and other Universities and Engineering institutions all-over India participated in the Google Ambassador Program selection process and only 177 students were finally selected, said Garima. Excited about her new role as a student ambassador, Garima added that the mentoring provided by
training and placement cell at CU-Gharuan has helped and motivated her to take part in Google initiative and crack the process.

Working among the brightest minds among the country and learning new concepts & technology like Design thinking to android, cloud computing and Digital marketing is the main attraction of being member of this Google initiative claimed Garima. Besides acting as a liaison between Google and University, she will focus on skill development and mentoring of her junior students at University that will open gates of employment for students besides making them learn new technologies. 

Congratulating Garima on her success, Dr. R.S.Bawa, Vice-Chancellor, Chandigarh University said that once again it has been proved that not only students from IIT’s and NIT’s can excel in such honored competitions like Google Student Ambassador campaign, but students from other universities and institutions, if given proper training and motivation can prove their mettle.

Tuesday, 21 October 2014

Smart Ways to Celebrate Green Diwali

The festival of lights - Diwali - celebrates the triumph of good over evil. Celebrate this Diwali by keeping in mind an important cause of saving our universe.  So instead of polluting the atmosphere with fireworks, let’s celebrate a safe and environment friendly 'Green Diwali'.

Green Diwali - Chandigarh University

Opt for Diyas instead of Electric Lights
Do not use electric lights to brighten your home. Instead, choose for diyas and candles. Electric lights consume a vast amount of power and the effects of it will be felt in the long run.
Otherwise use LED lights as they use 80% lesser electricity than the regular ones.

Cut Down on Crackers 
Although Eco-friendly crackers have hit the Indian market big time and are certainly less polluting than others, this Diwali give the fireworks a complete miss with other fun options.

Use Natural Colours
In previous times, rangolis were made to feed the birds. This Diwali, celebrate this Diwali by making your rangoli with spices and other food items.

For Example:-

  • Use rice powder for white colour.
  • Use Pulses or turmeric for Yellow colour.
  • Use Cloves or cinnamon for Brown colour.
  • Use Cardamom or fennel for Green colour.
  • Use Dried chilly or even kumkum for Red colour.

Use Natural Flowers
Express your nature love this Diwali by investing in natural flowers instead of artificial ones. Natural flowers add a freshness to the surroundings with their fragrance.

Personalize your Gifts
Choose environment-friendly and healthy herbal gifts items this Diwali for gift options. You can choose from hand-made candles, lampshades, organic gift-baskets, gourmet coffees etc.

Reutilize your Old Stuff
Diwali is to give away your old stuff like clothes, shoes, etc to the less privileged ones. Rather than letting your old items sit idle, have them donate.

Monday, 20 October 2014

Cloud Computing Workshop

Cloud Computing Workshop

Cloud computing is defined as a type of computing that depends on sharing computing resources rather than having local servers or personal devices to handle applications.

In cloud computing, the word cloud is used as a symbol for "the Internet," so the phrase cloud computing means "a type of Internet-based computing," where different services — such as servers, storage and applications — are delivered to an organization's computers and devices through the Internet.

Cloud takes a variety of forms, combining technologies, solutions, and consumption models to help you create and leverage an agile, efficient, and cost-effective infrastructure for delivering SLA-based services. Some organizations are building its own private cloud, while others use public cloud options for less critical applications and data, and potentially lower cost.

Be a part of first of its kind National Workshop on Cloud Computing at Chandigarh University.

Chandigarh University Gharuan is organizing a National Workshop on “Cloud Computing” on 27th October, 2014.

Keynote Speaker- Mr. Ravinder Kundu - Technical Consultant at #IBM India Pvt. Ltd., Leading Academic & Corporate Trainer for Cloud Computing

For registration and more details, Kindly visit below link:-

Thursday, 16 October 2014

International Animation Day - CU

International Animation Day - Bring on your Creativity!

University Institute of Animation & Multimedia (UIAM), Chandigarh University invites Students & Faculties to join in the celebration of International Animation Day on 28th October 2014.Multiple competitions, workshop will be held and the best will be awarded by Chandigarh University.

International Animation Day - Chandigarh University

Exclusive workshop on Photography & Cinematography by Industry Professionals.

Categories available for Students

Animation Short Film
Live Action Short Film
Graphic Design Art Work
Advertisement Film

Categories available for Professionals

Short Film
Advertisement Film

For more details about event and get yourself registered, Kindly visit the below page: -

Helpline numbers: 09501101033 or Mail at:

City Beautiful - Chandigarh

Chandigarh is a city and a union territory in the northern part of India that assists as the capital of the states of Punjab and Haryana. Chandigarh originates its name from the temple of "Chandi Mandir" located in the neighbourhood of the site selected for the city. The divinity 'Chandi', the goddess of power and a fort of 'garh' laying beyond the temple gave the city its name "Chandigarh-The City Beautiful". As a union territory, the city is governed directly by the Union Government of India and is not part of either state.

About Chandigarh

This city was prophesied by Late Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru and objectified by Le Corbusier. Serenity and a city are two diametrically opposite concepts, which however, get belied in the 'City Beautiful' the young-at-heart, fast growing and progressive city is stunning for its urban planning, impressive buildings with brise-soleil facades, well-organized sectors and broad tree-lined avenues.

Geographically, Chandigarh is located near the hills of the Shivalik range of the Himalayas in northwest India. The area is exhausted by two seasonal rivulets viz. Sukhna Choe in the east and Patiala-Ki-Rao Choe in the west. The central part observes a surface water divide and has 2 minor streams.

Three reasons to fall in love with Chandigarh

Global City:

Being the capital of 2 states, diverse cultures intermingle here to give Chandigarh a cosmopolitan outlook. Connected to the world through the international airport, the city has several bhavans, sabhas of different state governments, regional offices of various MNC’s and foreign embassies, promoting cultural diversity. Many artists and writers live in the city. The frequently held exhibitions at these bhavans and Tagore Theatre and performances by singers, dancers, musicians and actors have inculcated among city residents, a desire for the best in performing visual and plastic arts besides literary encounters.

Heart of Education:

Chandigarh Education is informative, interesting and provides a complete and wholesome approach to learning. Comprising some of the finest institutes in North India, the student populace throngs here to pursue their education dreams. Chandigarh Administration envisages providing world-class education by developing an Entrepreneur Development Centre and Education City; fulfilling the requirement of training and educating young people in high end areas which are required in today’s context and also keeping in mind future projections.

Land of Opportunities:

Chandigarh is an upcoming IT hub, offering promising growth in Hospitality, IT & Medical sector with presence of reputed companies, from around the globe. IBM, Infosys, Dell, Ranbaxy, Taj Group of Hotels, J.W. Marriott, Rajiv Gandhi IT Park, STPI and Fashion Technology Park offer numerous job prospects.

Places to Visit in Chandigarh and Its Distance from Chandigarh University

Chandigarh has various visitor attractions including theme gardens within the city. Some notable sites are:-

Sukhna Lake, Just 30.9 KM away from Chandigarh University
New Lake, Sector-42, Just 19.5 KM away from Chandigarh University
Rock garden, built by Nek Chand Saini, Just 28 KM away from Chandigarh University
Leisure valley, Sector-10, Just 26 KM away from Chandigarh University
Rose Garden, Sector-16, Just 24 KM away from Chandigarh University
Capitol Complex, Just 27 KM away from Chandigarh University
Open hand monument, Just 27 KM away from Chandigarh University
Cactus Garden, Just 34 KM away from Chandigarh University
Garden of Fragrance, Just 20 KM away from Chandigarh University
Le Corbusier Centre, Sector-19, Just 27 KM away from Chandigarh University
Government Museum and Art Gallery, Sector-10, Just 24 KM away from Chandigarh      University
International Doll Museum, Just 23 KM away from Chandigarh University
Butterfly Park, Just 28 KM away from Chandigarh University

About Chandigarh University

Chandigarh University (CU), the Best University in Punjab, is located in the neighbourhood of traditionally rich and exciting community of Chandigarh, is a multidisciplinary university with an international reputation for the quality of its teaching and research across the academic spectrum.  Chandigarh University is an easily reachable and having on reasonable distance from Chandigarh bus stands, and railway station.
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