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Institutional Social Responsibility

Institutional Social responsibility (ISR) is one of the mainstays of Chandigarh University and we as an institution believes that our role involves something more than simply imparting of knowledge and skills to the students. As an active agent of social change, CU takes on voluntary actions in the creation of a culture of social responsibility in society through a myriad of activities that address both our own competitive interests & welfare of the society.

HUNAR SE ROZGAR SCHEME

The Ministry of Tourism launched a special initiative called Hunar Se Rozgar Tak (HSRT). This Short-term course is being run at Chandigarh University which Started in 2011.

Students trained by CU so far:

  • Year (2012-2013)
    60 students
  • Year (2013-2014)
    60 Students
  • Year (2013-2014)
    210 students
  • Year (2014-2015)
    320 students

Total students trained 650

Areas: Cookery Bakery House Keeping Food Processing
Project for upgradation of roadside eateries

Chandigarh University Collaborated with Punjab Heritage & Tourism Promotion Board (PHTPB)

CU is offering six months training+ six months handholding of Dhabas in the areas for following aspects -

This project has in turn benefitted Dhabas as following -

Protection of enviroment

Chandigarh University has launched ‘Save Me- My Environment, My Earth’ Campaign in collaboration with National Green Tribunal (NGT)


Jyot-e-Haryaval (Mission green)

Project Jyot-e-Haryaval is an initiative of Chandigarh University to heal the planet, where every student contributes something that aggregates into a colossal protection for life on the planet. It aims to increase the green cover of the State of Punjab. The project is bringing respite to the ecology without imposing any financial burden on the state.