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Tuesday, 15 September 2015


University Institute of Computing brings you TECHMANTHAN 2K15 on 18th Sep. 2015. The event highlights will be Technical Paper Presentation by Tech-Vaktavya, Information & Technology inputs by i-Quest, Collage on World Wide Web Theme by Techno Mosaic, Android App Development by Android App, Basics of c/c++ programming by Coder-Decoder. The venue for the event is level – Block-I. HURRY UP!! And get your registrations done. Last date of registration is 17th-Sept-2015, till 07:00 pm. For registrations and events details log on to . For any other query contact TechManthan Coordinators, Ms. Ruchi Gupta 9876543235 or Ms. Nikita 9870330063.  

Technical Paper Presentation
Event Date: 18 Sep 2015
Last Date for Registration: 17 Sep 2015
Event Incharge :
Contact No's :
Ms. Pawandeep Sharma
Ms. sapna Shukla
i- Quest
Information and Technology
Event Date: 18 Sep 2015
Last Date of Registration: 17 Sep 2015
Event Incharge :
Contact No's :
Ms. Shilpi Mittal
Ms. Henna
Techno- Mosaic
COLLAGE on World Wide Web Theme
Event Date: 18 Sep 2015
Last Date for Registration: 17 Sep 2015
Event Incharge :
Contact No's :
Ms. Ruchika Bajwa
Ms. Ravneet Kaur
Android App
Android App Development
Event Date: 18 Sep 2015
Last Date of Registration: 17 Sep 2015
Event Incharge :
Contact No's :
Mr. Neeraj Khanna
Mr. Mandeep Singh
Coder- Decoder
Basic of c/c++ programming
Event Date: 18 Sep 2015
Last Date for Registration: 17 Sep 2015
Event Incharge :
Contact No's :
Ms. Nisha sharma
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur



Celebrating 48th Engineers day – 2015

A refined world that we live in today is a continued product of ENGINEERS who are innovating and improving our wellbeing for more than a decade now. They are not just exhaustively involved with test tubes, tools, machinery and industrial plants, rather looking through a broader lens, they are involved in every aspect of our lives, from minutest computer chip to big Aerospace products.

Engineering has made incredible strides over the past decade, and the progress they are going to make in the future is unimaginable. Knowing where we have been and the uncertainty of where we will go, ENGINEERS are our driving force with incredible engineering innovations that address societal needs and advance human welfare. Whether it’s Chemical, Mechanical, Civil, Petroleum, Mechatronics, robotics or others, engineers are innovators solving problems and creating new solutions. Apart from making our lives easier and comfortable, innovations like underwater city, anti-gravity car, invisibility suit, memory implants, satellites, space explorations and many more that we can never think about have leaped us into a new era of unlimited imagination, inquisitive products with far reaching effects. The possibilities of what engineers can bring to the world are endless.

Engineer’s day in India is a tribute to Pre- eminent Engineer of India Sir Visvesvaraya, on whose birthday i.e. 15 September, The Engineer’s Day is celebrated in India.  Served as the Dewan of Mysore he was internationally recognized for his genius in harnessing water resources, he was responsible for successful design and construction of several rivers dams, bridges and implementing irrigation and drinking water schemes all over India. Along with commemorating his immense contribution in the field of engineering, this day also marks a tribute to all the engineers who have contributed in the making our lives comfortable and in smartly tacking grappling issues.

To all the Engineers

“You help make the world a better place by inspiring change, improving lives and making difference EVERY DAY.”  

Tuesday, 8 September 2015

‪‎ACS‬ ‎Chemistry‬ ‎Ambassador‬ from CU

Prof. Dr. Ajay Vasishth, Head Applied Science, Physics group is awarded with the Certificate of Recognition as ACS Chemistry Ambassador by American Chemical Society (ACS), for promoting the value of chemists and chemistry to the society. He was given this award as he presented his paper on 'Structural, Optical and Magnetic properties of transition metal doped CdSe nanorods' at 250th meeting at Boston, USA.

CU engineering student sharing his experience during his semester abroad...

Omkar Singh Sandhu, Chandigarh University student of mechanical engineering sharing his wonderful experience during his semester abroad program at University of Pennsylvania. "We learnt so many new things during our Business Program at Elberly School of Business and Information Technology which are yet not taught in India, "  says Omkar. Watch the video and learn more about his semester abroad experience.

Monday, 7 September 2015

Theatre Workshop

GET READY TO EXPLORE RANGMANCH through creativity, experimentation, physical training, team work and self-discovery while understanding the basics of theatre. Department of Student Welfare (DSW) brings you   Theatre Workshop from 11 September to 10 October 2015. The workshop focuses on physical and improvisational theatre along with a deep understanding of fundamentals of theatre in a fun filled environment.

Important Dates:-

Last Date of Registration  - 8th September 2015

VENUE:-  Seminar Hall Block – 6

Contact :-

Cultural Coordinator

Mr. Manish Jangra – 8146651650 7

Student Coordinators

Seraj Ali – 9876793684

 Manjot – 9888232139.

Wednesday, 2 September 2015


Team Shell of Chandigarh University stands 1st in Punjab & North India and 8th in India at the National Pre-Final

Co-Kart design Challenge 2015. The competition was held at Acropolis Technical Campus at Indore from Aug 22 – Aug 23, 2015. Team Shell comprised of 25 members led by team leaders Rakesh Kumar and Ivpreet Kaur. Clearing this pre final round Team Shell has qualified to take part in the final competition where they will compete with 105 teams all over India.

This competition is designed to bring and enhance good engineering approach and practice for graduating and diploma students in engineering. This competition is about designing and fabricating an innovative Go-Kart. Participating students complete their projects without any direct/indirect involvement of the professionals, which enhances their team work and project management ability.

Team Shell has worked hard for the pre final round and are working harder to compete at the National level. Chandigarh University is proud at their endeavor and wish them all good luck for the National competition to be held soon.

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

National Conference AERA 2015

Department of Electrical Engineering of Chandigarh University organized National Conference on Advancements in Alternate Energy Resources for Rural Applications (AERA-2015) Sponsored by DST on 28th August 2015. 

The Chief Guest of the Event was Er. Jotinder Singh, Consultant, Vedanta Group (Retired Chief Engineer, PSPCL) discussed the Importance of Renewable Energy Sources on Utility. He also stated that Punjab was the first state who achieved a milestone of Rural Electrification.

He Emphasised that Punjab won the Award in field of Renewable Energy By Hon'ble  Minister Majithia due to Remarkable Achievement in field of Solar Energy. He stated that Most of Energy generated by Conventional Sources but now there is a need to find alternate sources for generating Electricity (Specially Rural). 

The Guest of Honour was Dr. Reddy, IIT, Ropar who emphasise the importance of Experiments to find research latest techniques to find possible Solutions to mitigate problem of increasing demand of electricity by 2050.

Er. Jotinder Singh , Dr. Reddy released the Proceedings of Conference with ISBN number and declare the conference along with Vice Chancellor Dr. R.S.Bawa, Director, Enginnering Dr. Gurdeep Singh and Head of Department, Dr. Inderpreet Kaur. 

There were four Technical Sessions along with Poster Sessions chaired by Experts from PEC, NIT & SlIET Longowal. 

There were total 73 papers published in a proceeding having participants from Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Jammu ,Punjab, Delhi ,Maharashatra, Telagana ,Tamil Nadu & Gujarat.

The response was over whelming. 

TCS Ignite Program

TCS Ignite Program

A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY for Chandigarh University students of B.Sc. or BCA graduates to join the largest Science Community with Free Practice Tests, Open Access to Solutions and Free Video Tutorials through TCS Ignite Program.

TCS Ignite is the gateway for science students interested in an IT career at TCS. TCS Ignite is a learning program for young science graduates who are selected  to be employed in Tata Consultancy Services (TCS). This is an intense, six-month long learning program to help orient science graduates from different academic disciplines to the IT industry and the corporate world. TCS Ignite has a
team of world class faculty who teach core courses in computing and business skills in a specially designed state-of-the-art learning space. Over the years Ignite has pioneered new models of learning such as the incubator model of learning which provides a spectrum of opportunities for new trainees to unleash their potential.


Selection to TCS Ignite is through a rigorous process that assesses abilities for logical and analytical thinking, basic math, communication, comprehension, and attitude. The Open Ignite platform is the technology interface for all the aspirants of the TCS Ignite program. Open Ignite, offers aspirants opportunities to improve the skills they need to perform well in the TCS selection process.

Open Ignite is the largest community of science graduates in the country. Open Ignite helps science students launch their careers, by improving their chances of being employed with a host of practice aptitude tests and programming challenges. With Open Ignite, students can learn anywhere, anytime and at their own pace. Science students can also meet and collaborate with peers, seniors and experts in the industry.