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June 13, 2023

Educated Youth are the Biggest Strength to fuel the Progress of India, says Ram Nath Kovind

• Annual Convocation for the 2023 batch held at Chandigarh University; more than 1400 degrees awarded

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Photo: Ram Nath Kovind, Former President of India, presented the degrees to the graduates during the Chandigarh University Annual Convocation 2023.

CHANDIGARH, India, June 12, 2023 — Chandigarh University conducted its Annual Convocation for the 2023 batch, with a remarkable 1400 degrees awarded to deserving students.

Former President of India, Ram Nath Kovind, was present at the event and praised the university for its impressive feat of ranking among the world’s top universities. In his address, he acknowledged that more than 45% of the students receiving degrees were women, with 22 awarded Gold Medals. He recognized the university’s commitment to research and innovation, with over 703 patents filed in one year alone.

Kovind also highlighted the role of education in India’s progress and emphasized the importance of empowering women and preparing the Youth for the future. He expressed pride in India’s growing global influence and mentioned the recent appointment of Ajaypal Singh Banga as President of the World Bank, the first Indian to hold the position.

Chandigarh University, located in Punjab, is a highly respected institution offering various undergraduate and postgraduate programs in various fields. It is the youngest university in India and the first private university in Punjab to have received a NAAC A+ Grade.

Source: Chandigarh University



June 13, 2023

• Chandigarh University offers support to 700 Indian students facing deportation from Canada.

CHANDIGARH, India, June 13, 2023 — Chandigarh University has pledged its assistance to 700 Indian students who may be deported from Canada after falling victim to fraudulent college admission offer letters. The students, mainly from Punjab, were in a difficult situation after Canadian authorities discovered their offer letters were fake.

Chancellor Satnam Sandhu stated that the university would support the students, including admission, enrollment in identical batches, proper credit score mapping, and bridge courses if necessary. Sandhu added that the university would also help the students pursue their study abroad dreams through legitimate means and is exploring the possibility of starting a helpline for the affected students and their families. StumbleUpon reddit Facebook Google Plus Tweet This Seed This on Newsvine

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