Chandigarh University organizes Udayy Ek Anubhav

 Chandigarh University attempts Limca Book of Records for having the Most Number of Alumni Speakers in concurrent Interactive Sessions on a Single Date

48 Alumni of 48 Departments of Chandigarh University deliver interactive sessions to current students on same day

With a mission to mark legacy and strengthen the bond between the Alumni & current students, Chandigarh University organizes 'Udayy-Ek Anubhav' on its campus

With a mission to mark a legacy, Chandigarh University Gharuan attempted to record the Most Number of Alumni Speakers in concurrent interactive sessions on a single date under the banner of ‘UDAY: Ek Anubhav’. Organized and coordinated by the Department of Alumni Relations (DAR), this one-of-a-kind event has not been attempted prior by any other institute of higher education in India. 48 alumni of 48 departments of the university delivered sessions to the current students, where they shared their experiences, challenges, professional journeys, and knowledge about the industry. The event was scrutinized by Gurdeep Singh, Excise and Taxation Department, Ludhiana; and Malkit Singh Mann, Assistant Director Youth Services, Patiala. Satnam Singh Sandhu, Chancellor, Chandigarh University; Prof. (Dr.) R.S. Bawa, Pro-Chancellor, Chandigarh University; and Prof. (Dr.) Devinder Singh, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Chandigarh University were also present on the occasion.

Speaking on the occasion, Chandigarh University Pro-Chancellor Dr. R S Bawa said, “Chandigarh University Alumni Association is committed towards bridging the gap between the

current students and the alumni of the university. ‘UDAY: Ek Anubhav’ is an unique initiative by the Department of Alumni Relations that brought alumni of 48 different departments of the university to the campus, who conducted sessions for the students of respective departments at the same time. Their experiences, mentorship, and knowledge about the industry and its dynamic trends will act as boon for the current students of the university, and help them mould their mindsets for the challenges in the industry.”

Talking about the event, Ludhiana ETO Gurdeep Singh said, “Participating in ‘UDAY: Ek Anubhav’ in itself is an achievement. It is a testament of the commitment to excellence and the desire to achieve greatness. Being a judge is not just a responsibility but an opportunity to witness the remarkable talent and energy that you possess. It is the determination, dedication, and the spirit of the youth to learn and share their knowledge that will take the nation on the path of development.

Alumni who conducted the sessions at Chandigarh University were Ganesh Natarajan S (Aerospace Engineering), Tirlok Singh (Automobile Engineering), Himanshu Sharma (Chemical Engineering), Zeza Farooq (Civil Engineering), Bhaskar Kumar (CSE), Chandan Kalia (EE), Ankit Dogra (ECE), Tanvir Singh (Mechanical), Sachin Thakur (Mechatronics), Daniyal Mushahid Saifi (Petroleum Engineering), Mansi Rathore (Biotech), Supriya Jaiswal (AIT-CSE), Vivek Verma (BCA), Anup (MCA), Lovelesh Dutt (BBA), Swati Rai (MBA), Shweta (Commerce), Sagar Purthi (Hotel & Hospitality), Priyanka Goswami (Airlines & Airport), Gunjit Kaur (Travel & Tourism), Paras Singla (AIT-MBA), Nikhil Bhatia (Agriculture Science), Nikhil (Forensic Science), Aakash (Medical Lab Technology), Harsimran Singh (Physiotherapy), Inpreet Kour (Nutrition & Dietetics), Shivangi Rana (Optometry), Nishant Kumar (Biosciences), Aman (Biotechnology), Kanak Shriya Kaushik (Pharma Sciences), Sarvpreet Singh (Chemistry), Aakriti (Mathematics), Kanika Sharma (Physics), Deep Raj (Fashion & Design), Sukhvinder Singh (Fine Arts), Anuj (Industrial Design), Saksham Punyani (Animation & VFX), Vishal Joshi (Film Studies), Aishwary Kaushal (Architecture), Vishakha Rathi (Psychology), Utkarsh Gaur (English), Divya Kucreja (Media Studies), Priyanka Kumari (Education), Mandeep Nagpal (LLM), Ujjval Bhasin (LLB), Ankita Dubey (BBA LLB), Rachit Sharma (BCom LLB), and Kapil Poonia (BA LLB).