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.
Chandigarh University Collaborated with Punjab Heritage & Tourism Promotion Board (PHTPB).
Chandigarh University has launched ‘Save Me- My Environment, My Earth’ Campaign
In collaboration with National Green Tribunal (NGT)
Project Jyot-e- Haryaval is an initiative of Chandigarh University to heal the planet, where every student contributes something that aggregates into 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.
Mother earth that has already lost much of its forestlands - is the major concern of the hour. As an initiative to make the world a greener place, Chandigarh University solely or in association with different organizations often organizes a couple of Tree Plantation Drives. The purpose of this initiative is to grow more and more trees on the campus and surrounding areas.
As the festival of light comes, there come the exorbitant firecrackers that give us nothing but massive air pollution - this is what volunteers of Chandigarh University attempt to spread. Under ISR, they are spreading the message among the natives to avoid crackers and take the festival as an opportunity to reconnect with family.
Exhorting to fulfil Mahatma Gandhi's vision of Clean India, Chandigarh University often organizes cleanliness drives in varied areas of Kharar, Mohali under the Swachh Bharat initiative that seeks to create a Clean India. CU believes that the best place to start Cleanliness is from the home itself. Therefore, we ensure that our campus and nearby places are clean and healthy.
The SMART Junior program is an initiative of Chandigarh University, which is aimed at transforming the school students into smart juniors by providing them with skills and a platform to exhibit their talents.
The sole purpose of this program is to motivate the children so that they could confidently bring out their innate capacity, further contributing to the betterment of Indian society.See Our Program
Ageing is an inevitable process of life. So to support the physical and holistic wellness of elderly, Chandigarh University has launched Senior Citizen Welfare that provides more effective provision for the welfare of senior citizens.
To shore up the integral wellness of the elderly, Chandigarh University organizes Seminars for Senior Citizen Care, which is dedicated to aware senior citizens about good physical and mental health, essential for happiness.
Knowledge is power and has been significant in the growth and development of the youth. Paving the path to the same, CU runs a Neighborhood School Program that organizes various quizzing, mind grilling, dancing, music and more competitions under its umbrella.
The objective of this initiative is to encourage students to look beyond their textual knowledge and establish a relationship between theory and practical learning concepts.
Education, we believe, is the greatest wealth that one can ever have. But, the basic cost incurred on educating a child is so high that it becomes difficult for poor people to provide necessary educational materials to their wards. Therefore, for the past few years, Chandigarh University has been reaching the needy children in the nearby villages and made it a mission to donate books, pencils and uniforms to the underprivileged