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CT University's Talent Hunt Showcases Remarkable Student Talent
CT University's Talent Hunt, organized by the Department of Student Welfare, was a resounding success, celebrating the diverse and exceptional talents within the student community. With over 200 participants from various disciplines, the event showcased a wide array of creative competitions, spanning Dance, Music, Theatre, Fine Arts, and Literary Events.Among the standout performers and winners, Harmandeep Kaur from the School of Healthcare and Paramedical Sciences clinched the 1st place in Poster Making, while Anmolpreet Kaur secured the 2nd place in Mehndi. In the Poetry category, Harpreet Kaur (School of Healthcare and Paramedical Sciences) took the 1st place, and Deep Priya (School of Management Studies) claimed the 2nd place, with Gurvinder Singh (School of Healthcare and Paramedical Sciences) earning the 3rd place.Singing categories saw remarkable talent shine, with Sanchi from the School of Law securing the 1st place in Classical Solo, while Komalpreet Kaur (School of Humanities and Physical Education) took the 1st place in Folk Solo. In the Western Solo category, Udgaa Mandal (School of Humanities and Physical Education) impressed the judges, earning the 1st place.Dance enthusiasts also dazzled the audience, with Divayam and his team (School of Humanities and Physical Education) taking the 1st place in Group Dance Western, and Nisha and her team (School of Law) wowing the crowd with the 1st place in Group Dance Folk. In Music, Gurjit Singh (School of Law) excelled in Music Instrumental, and Vikram (School of Engineering and Technology) showcased his vocal prowess, securing 1st place in Music Vocal - Western and Folk, while also sharing the 1st place in Music Vocal - Classical with Gurjit Singh.Asifa Gulzar (School of Management Studies) displayed her talent by winning the 1st place in Mimicry, while Divyam and Ankush (School of Humanities and Physical Education) left the audience in splits, earning the 1st place in Stand-Up Comedy. In the Skit category, Diyanshu and his team (School of Management Studies) claimed the 1st place, while Gurjot and team secured the 2nd place.The Pro Vice-Chancellor of CT University expressed his delight in the remarkable showcase of talent, emphasizing the importance of such events in boosting students' confidence and personal development. The presence of esteemed figures like Pro Chancellor Dr. Manbir Singh and Deputy Director of the Department of Student Welfare Davinder Singh, along with dedicated faculty and enthusiastic students, made this event a memorable one. The event was judged by Deputy Director of Cultural Affairs, Sarghi Kaur Barring.
CT University Organizes ‘Amrit Kalash Yatra’
Ludhiana, 18 October 2023: NSS unit of CT University organized the Amrit Kalash Yatra, a key part of the 'Meri Maati Mera Desh' campaign. The event, which took place under the able leadership of Er. Harwinder Singh Sohal, Programme Coordinator of NSS, and Er. Davinder Singh, Deputy Director of the Department of Student Welfare, aimed to instill a deep sense of patriotism among citizens. The event witnessed the esteemed presence of Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi and Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Abhishek Tripathi.Additionally, CT Degree College (Collegiate) Principal Hardeep Kaur, Assistant Professor (Management) Surbhi Behl, and NCC Trainer Taranjit Singh, along with faculty and students, joined the occasion to support this patriotic initiative.The Amrit Kalash Yatra commenced from A block and followed a path filled with purpose and zeal, culminating at the Open Air Theatre. During the Yatra, the soil, symbolizing the essence of our great nation, was lovingly collected by dedicated NSS volunteers and placed in the Kalash pot. This act was a heartfelt homage to the heroic sacrifices made by our nation's valiant heroes.The event was made even more impactful by the participation of approximately 150 enthusiastic NSS volunteers who ardently contributed to its success.Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi expressed, "The Amrit Kalash Yatra is a splendid demonstration of our deep love for our nation and our unwavering dedication to paying tribute to the sacrifices of our heroes. Such occasions serve as powerful reminders of the resilience and unity that define our nation.”
Dhanak cum Diwali Mela, a Grand Celebration of Culture and Talent
Department of Student Welfare, CT University, in a splendid display of community engagement and celebration, hosted the Dhanak cum Diwali Mela. The event was a resounding success, bringing together people from the local community, students from various schools, CT University's esteemed faculty and students, and their families.The Dhanak cum Diwali Mela was a spectacular showcase of cultural diversity and technological innovation, offering an unforgettable experience for all attendees. The event featured a wide range of attractions, including food stalls and exhibitions that highlighted various fields such as Engineering, Law, Management, Fine Arts, and Fashion. The seamless blend of culture and technology made this event stand out.A significant highlight of the Dhanak cum Diwali Mela was the participation of 50 schools in a variety of competitions, including Dance, Music, Face Painting, Rangoli, Cartooning, Poster Making, Clay Modeling, and Paint Your Imagination. The exceptional talent and creativity displayed by the winners in these events left a lasting impression.Schools like GHG Khalsa SS School, Swami Roop Chand Jain SS School, BCM School, SSS Jain School, Decent Sr. Sec. School, Nippy Model School, VPO Hans Kalan, LDH, Baba Isher Singh Sen Sec Public School etc.CT University recognized the outstanding achievements of these schools by awarding them with cash prizes as a token of appreciation.Notably, the Dhanak cum Diwali Mela had the added excitement of a star-studded visit. The star cast of the movie 'Gudhiya' graced the event, with Yuvraj Hans performing live, and Sawan Rupali sharing the stage, adding glamour and entertainment to the festivities.As the Dhanak cum Diwali Mela drew to a close, Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi and Pro-Chancellor expressed his gratitude to the dedicated team and students for organizing this magnificent event. They highlighted how festivals infuse the atmosphere with meaning and provide a much-needed break from the daily grind of life.
CT University Promotes Fitness and Well-being with Weekend of Wellness (WOW)
- 500+ people participated- ACP Gurdev Singh graced the occasion as chief guest Ludhiana, November 5, 2023 - CT University, in collaboration with the Commissionerate of Police Ludhiana, organized a Weekend of Wellness (WOW) at Kuliawal Playground, Chandigarh Road, Ludhiana, to spread the message of healthy living and fitness. The event witnessed people of all age groups participating in a fun-filled fitness extravaganza that encompassed synchronized dance moves and various workouts in a specially designated area at the Kuliawal Playground. The event, held on a Sunday morning from 6 am to 9 am, provided a dedicated space for citizens to engage in recreational activities, promoting health, fitness, togetherness, and joy. Participants utilized the open area to transform it into an open-air dance studio, art hub, gymnasium, and yoga institute. The Chief Guest for the occasion was ACP Gurdev Singh. (Inspector) Sudagar Ali PCR Incharge Ludhiana graced the occasion. A wide range of activities, from Zumba to basketball, cricket, yoga, engaged the participants, making it a memorable day for everyone. Pro Vice-Chancellor Dr. Abhishek Tripathi expressed that the event aimed to encourage people to adopt healthier lifestyles by walking, cycling, and engaging in fitness-related activities. The event served as a reminder for citizens to reclaim the designated area for well-being and fitness. ACP Gurdev Singh Ludhiana emphasized the importance of healthy body and creating drug free Punjab. The event's success was made possible with the support of various partners, including Decathlon, MUMMy WEB ERP, Janotra Convent School, Dragon Bhangra Academy, Waheguru Blood Sewa, Karayat Defence Academy, Ahmedgarh Paddlers, Elevate Wellness Club, National Chamber Of Education & Development, Everest Yoga Institute, and YOG Parivar. On this occasion Pro Vice chancellor Dr Abhishek Tripathi , Deputy Director Department of Student welfare Davinder Singh ; Amandeep Tangri Additional Director department of Admissions, Faculty and students were present.
National School of Drama organised workshop on drama and music in CT University
A team from National School of Drama (NSD) organised a workshop on drama and music in CT University. It was a skill session wherein students from School of Performing Arts participated to #learn the basics of theater and building character in theater. The education must reach every end. With theater, the message to be delivered is that education must reach people by not judging them over their caste, creed, color, gender or status, observed the experts.
CAKE MIXING CEREMONY
To commemorate the pre-Christmas celebrations, the School of Hotel Management, CT University organised a cake mixing ceremony at its campus. Spreading the cheer along with the budding chefs, the ceremony invited the participation of executive chefs, CT Management and corporate guests dressed in typical Chefs attire of hats and aprons amidst tradition and fanfare. Guests and colleagues together rolled up their sleeves and put their hands in the mixing pots to make a delicious Christmas cake. Chef Nellu Kaura, Founder, Bavarchi Kala, Chef Vishavdeep Bali, Hotel Imperial & MD, Food Masters and Chef Sandeep Kumar, Executive Chef, Bake Fresh Ludhiana were Guests of Honor.
SOHMAT CTU ORGANIZED STAR CHEF INDIA-ONLINE COOKING COMPETITION
SOHMAT CTU organized Star Chef India-Online Cooking Competition in association with Chefs Association of Fiver Rivers. The primary objective of the event was to focus on Indian dishes and Plating, and further to fill people with positive energy during the lockdown period. There were 256 participants in the first round from across India and 65 participants were selected for the second round, and in the third round, the top 5 selected participants performed virtual cooking through Facebook Live on January 22, 2021. Chief Jury for the event was Chef Harpal Singh Sokhi and the winners were Isha Sherawat (First), Preeti Mundra (Second), Shikha Pole (Third). This mega event of four months duration was sponsored by Chef Kala, Cates, Cornitos and Events justabhi.com.
Card Making Competition
CT University performing arts club organized card making competition.
"DIRECT SEEDED RICE- AWARENESS CAMP FOR FARMERS”
An awareness camp was organized for farmers of village Rurka by School of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, CT University, Ludhiana. It was organized under the direction of Dr. Manbir Singh, Pro-Vice Chancellor and Managing Director of University. The faculty of Agriculture including Dr. Daljit Singh Khurana (Head of School), Dr. Umesh Chandra Sati, Ms. Khushwinder Kaur and Ms. Gurpreet Kaur (Assistant Professor) along with students visited the village for the session on “Direct Seeded Rice” as promoted by the scientists and Government of Punjab. The farmers have been adopting the cultivation of Paddy by puddling method in stagnant water condition, but this has shown negative impacts on soil and water as well as atmosphere causing environmental pollution. Negative effects include destruction of soil structure, soil crusting, reduction in soil fertility, depletion of water table and greenhouse effect leading to global warming due to Methane gas released under such anaerobic conditions. In contrary to this, Direct Seeding of Paddy helps in saving the water, soil structure, fertility, etc. with optimum yield so as to sustain the resources for future generation. The farmers were also acquainted with the cultivation of pulses especially “Moong” which can be easily adopted in crop rotation with Wheat and Paddy as an additional crop and may proof beneficial in improving soil fertility as added by Dr. D.S. Khurana. Along with this he also emphasized on diversification of agriculture. The awareness camp concluded with answers to the queries of farmers and vote of thanks.
CT UNIVERSITY CELEBRATES WORLD OPTOMETRY DAY
To mark the World Optometry Day 2023, CT University organised free check-up camps at Janotra Convent School, Ludhiana in collaboration with Dr. Mohit Kalra, Baba Namdev Hospital and New Golden opticals at Guru Nanak School Dosanjh Moga. More than 400 patients were screened for eye ailments at the camps. At CT University, A skit was presented by the Sankara eye Academy on ‘Role of an optometrist in transforming life’ which revolved around a girl who have defect in vision and how the treatment from an optometrist transformed her life. On this occasion, Dr. Nooruz Zaman (SANKARA EYE HOSPITAL) said “Eyes is very senstive part of body. We can't see the world without it, on this world optometry day we presented a skit that aims to raise awareness of optometry as a healthcare profession and highlight the contribution that the profession makes to ensure the public’s eye health” Dr. Satish Vice Chancellor (off.) said “Optometrists play a crucial role in the eye care system to provide professional eye health services and reduce vision impairment. We provide best education facilities in collaboration with Sankara eye Academy.” On this occasion, Er. Davinder Singh, Deputy Director, Department of Student Welfare, Aman Tangri , additional director , admissions , Sunil Kumar , Marketing Department, Mr Satvir Singh, Principal, Guru Nanak School Dosanjh Moga, Dr Mohit Kalra, Dr Mohinder Pal loomba were present.
INTRA UNIVERSITY FEST SPLASH AT CT UNIVERSITY
CT University organised Intra University fest Splash where students from all the eight schools participated in different events. More than 200 students from School of Engineering and Technology, School of Humanities and Linguistics, School of Design and Innovation, School of Education and Physical Education, School of Law, School of Hotel Management and School of Pharmaceuticals and Natural sciences along with School of Management participated in all the events. Splash had various cultural and creative events like Group Dance, Solo Dance, Skit, Punjabi Rasoi, Selfie taking, Collage making, face painting, documentary and the major attraction was Fashion Show. Bawanpreet Singh, a student from School of Management said, “I took part in group dance. Such breaks from study are always entertaining and make us stress free. All my fellow companions were actually very good and we had a gala time in Splash.” “Splash witnessed a different variety of talents in all the students. They did a great job by putting so many efforts. I congratulate all the winners and I even congratulate all the participants because appearing on stage is not always easy. The students were full of creativity and zeal. Such events would be regularly organised for a break for the students and bringing out their talents.” said, Pro Vice Chancellor, Dr Harsh Sadawarti.
INTERSCHOOL KABADDI TOURNAMENT (MEN)
CT University, under the Department of Physical Education organised interschool Kabaddi Tournament (Men) in which seven schools participated. The final match was between School of Engineering and Technology (SOET) and School of Humanities and Physical Education (SOHPE), where SOET won the match.
School of Law Students Enhance Knowledge at Punjab Police Academy
School of Law, CT University visit to Punjab Police Academy in Phillaur. The visit was aimed at providing them with practical insights into the field of forensic science.The Punjab Police Academy houses three vital divisions: the Forensic Science Lab, Fingerprint Bureau Cell, and Cyber Forensic Training Cell. During the visit, students had the chance to witness various activities in these divisions, gaining firsthand knowledge of forensic science operations.The laboratories primarily focus on the examination of equipment and specimens received from investigating officers, with a special emphasis on the chain of custody. Students were shown how to verify chain of custody details and assess the preservation of viscera packages. They were also introduced to the extraction and identification of poisons, as well as various microscopic methods used in biological and serological testing of samples.What made this visit exceptional was the informal interaction with the academy's scientists, providing invaluable real-world experiences and insights.Assistant Professor of Law, Ms. Cheena Abrol, and Ms. Daljinder Kaur played key roles in facilitating this educational opportunity.Dr. Simran Gill, Principal of the School of Law, CT University, emphasized the significance of providing students with practical insights and real-world experiences.Harpreet Singh, Vice-Chairman, CT University, commended the faculty's efforts in providing this exposure, emphasizing the importance of bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical application to make students industry-ready.
CT University School of Law Students Gain Insight into the Heart of Indian Democracy at the Hon’ble Supreme Court
CT University’s School of Law embarked on a transformative journey to the heart of Indian democracy, the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. This prestigious visit was meticulously organized to provide students with an insight into the crux of democracy, the principles of justice, and the indispensable role of the judiciary in our nation.The Hon’ble Supreme Court of India, perched as the pinnacle of judicial authority in the country, symbolizes the beacon of justice and the guardian of our democratic principles. This excursion was designed to not only educate but also inspire our students about the paramount functions and significance of the judiciary within a democratic society..During their visit, the students had the invaluable opportunity to witness court proceedings of the Supreme Court. These proceedings included non-sensitive cases, allowing our students to closely observe the brilliance of legal arguments presented, the dignified decorum upheld, and the meticulous administration of justice.Dr. Simran Gill, Principal, School of Law, CT University, expressed her profound enthusiasm about this remarkable learning experience. She emphasized that this visit was not just a mere field trip but a profound educational initiative aimed at nurturing well-rounded legal minds. Dr. Gill said, “The judiciary is the bedrock of any vibrant democracy. Our students need to understand the intricacies of legal proceedings and appreciate the role of lawyers, judges, and litigants in upholding the rule of law.”She further added, “The visit to the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India has exposed our students to the real-world dynamics of the legal profession. Witnessing justice being served firsthand is a humbling and enlightening experience that will undoubtedly shape their legal careers.”
School of Engineering & Technology, CTU organized 24 hours non stop Hackathon on 18th and 19th May 2022 Where Department organized Workshop by Expert Mr. Arun Soni on CYBER SECURITY. In coding Competition “The Turbo Coders” from CT Group of Institutions Shahpur achieved the overall winner award by developing an “Iot Enabled Risk Monitoring System in Cold Supply Chain”. Team “Breakerz” secured second position by developing an app to reduce food wastage and “Infinity Coders” got third position by developing a text based AI Chatbot.
VISIT TO OBSERVATION HOME, LUDHIANA
On the occasion of National Education Day, SOL, CT University students visited Observation Home, Ludhiana and distributed books to undertrial juveniles. National Law day was celebrated to pay tribute to Dr. B.R Ambedkar, the man behind the drafting of the Indian Constitution. It Started with Oath Ceremony by reading sound The Preamble of India and concluded with Nukkad Natak showing Criminal Justice System.
INDO - NEPAL SUMMIT for Future
CT University is organising first Indo Nepal Summit – Education For Future as a part of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav on May 21, 2022 10am Onwards.Be ready to be the part of the Mega event !We invite you all to be the part of Indo Nepal Summit
Inspiration Unleashed: An interaction with Chancellor and Pro Vice Chancellor
Inspiration Unleashed: An interaction with Chancellor and Pro Vice Chancellor “Student Faculty Connect”Get ready for a wave of inspiration!Join Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi and Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Abhishek Tripathi in an exclusive interaction.🚀 Whether you're a student, faculty member, entrepreneur, or professional, this Connect program is UNBEATABLE! 🌟Mark your calendar for 1st December, 11 AM onwards at the Open Air Theatre, CT University. Don't miss this chance to unlock new horizons!
3rd Prof. (Dr.) Basant K. Sharma Memorial National Moot Court Competition
Moot Court Competition is organized in the memory of (Late) Prof. (Dr.) Basant K. Sharma who served as an academician with Department of Laws, Panjab University, Chandigarh for more than 30 years. His zeal for teaching and love for community service can still be foundamongst his students and the people he worked with. 3rd Prof. (Dr.) Basant K. Sharma Memorial National Moot Court Competition (offline) aims at providing a platform to law students to hone their mooting and articulation skills. The participants will be provided with interactive yet challenging courtroom experience for developing their critical as well as advocacy skills.Registration Open: 20th October, 2023Registration Close: 16th November, 2023Last date to seek Clarification: 17th November, 2023Last date for memorial submission: 19th November, 2023Draw of lots: 20th November, 2023Inaugural ceremony, memorial exchange and preliminary rounds: 21st November, 2023Quarter finals and semi finals: 22nd November, 2023Final round: 23rd November, 2023
CT University Unveils Solar E-Bike for Creativelo Pilot Project: A Beacon of Sustainability and Innovation
CT University proudly introduces the Solar E-Bike as a flagship initiative within the Creativelo Pilot Project. Spearheaded by the social innovation startup 1Gen, this groundbreaking endeavor seeks to cultivate sustainable solutions through academic excellence.Under the leadership of Dr. Inderjeet Singh, Project Incharge, and the collective effort of a dedicated team comprising students from the Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science departments, the Solar E-Bike has successfully come to fruition. This cutting-edge vehicle transcends its role as mere transportation; it emerges as a powerful tool designed to elevate awareness about environmental protection, climate change, and overall well-being.Students also took the initiative to visit different nearby villages, becoming ambassadors for environmental awareness. Through interactive sessions and demonstrations, they shared insights about the Solar E-Bike and emphasized the critical importance of environmental sustainability within local communitiesDr. Sachit, Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department, and Dr. Jimmy Singla, Head of the School of Engineering and Technology, commend the relentless efforts of the interdisciplinary team involved in bringing this project to life.Expressing gratitude to 1Gen for this invaluable opportunity, Dr. Abhishek Tripathi, Pro Vice Chancellor of CT University, lauds the collaborative spirit that made this venture possible. He remarks, "At CT University, we foster an environment that nurtures innovation and creativity. The Solar E-Bike stands as a shining example of what can be achieved when diverse talents unite for a common cause."The Solar E-Bike is more than a mode of transportation; it symbolizes a commitment to a greener and healthier future. As it embarks on its journey, CT University aims to inspire individuals to actively contribute to the global conversation on environmental sustainability and health.
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Delhi Airport Selects CT Students for Industrial Training
Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel, Delhi Airport, selected 19 students of School of Hotel Management, Airlines and Tourism, CT University. The students will go undergo 06 months training as part of their course curriculum, which is to be commenced from January, 2019. This training will provide the students hands on exposure of the various aspects of the hotel industry viz, Front Office, House Keeping, F&B Service and Food Production, so essential for their career growth. The students were selected on the basis of their communication skills as well as their academic knowledge about hotel industry.
CT UNIVERSITY ORGANISES ‘PHARMACY AND HEALTHCARE JOB FAIR 2023’
CT University organised ‘Pharmacy and Healthcare Job Fair 2023’ in collaboration with DBEE. The event, brought together a multitude of students, esteemed companies, and renowned professionals, creating a platform of unparalleled opportunities. The aim of Job Fair was to bridge the gap between aspiring students and leading companies in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors and provide a valuable platform for students to showcase their skills, interact with industry experts, and secure promising job opportunities. Under the esteemed presence of Dr. Sanjay Kaushal (MD, Dean Academics / Professor & Head Dept of Pharmacology, Dayanand medical College, Ludhiana) Chief Guest and a prominent figure in the medical field, the Job Fair witnessed an impressive turnout of over 350+ enthusiastic students from various colleges across North India. The fair attracted 40 top companies, including Scott-Edil Group, Microlabs, Lenskart.com, Go Healthy, Macleods Pharma, Meril Endo-Surgery Pvt. Ltd., and many more. 100+ Students got selected. The event showcased the commitment of CT University towards empowering students with a plethora of career options, enabling them to secure a bright future in the competitive healthcare industry. Through a paperless process utilizing barcodes and unique IDs, the registration process was streamlined, providing a seamless experience to participants. The Chancellor of CT University, S. Charanjit Singh Channi, shared his thoughts on the event, stating, "We are dedicated to equipping our students with exceptional opportunities, and the success of Job Fair 2023 reaffirms our commitment. This fair has bridged the gap between talented individuals and industry-leading companies, enabling our students to showcase their skills and secure promising job opportunities." Dr. Sanjay Kaushal, the esteemed Chief Guest, expressed his satisfaction in being a part of the Job Fair. He remarked, "It was an honor to witness the remarkable talent and dedication displayed by the students at the Job Fair 2023. This platform serves as a significant stepping stone for students to carve their path in the healthcare industry and make a meaningful impact." On this Occasion, Director Corporate Resource Centre Rajesh Kapoor; Manage Corporate Resource Ms. Aditi; Head , School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Dr. Vir Vikram ; Associate Dean, School of Healthcare & Paramedical Sciences Prof.( Dr.) Mohd. Usman Khan; Deputy Director, Department of Student Welfare Er. Davinder Singh, Faculty and Students were Present.
CT University Commemorates Engineers’ Day by Celebrating Engineering Excellence
School of Engineering and Technology, CT University proudly observed Engineers’ Day by honouring the remarkable achievements in the field of engineering, bringing together students, faculty, and industry experts in a vibrant celebration of Engineering Excellence. The day featured a wide range of engaging activities that captivated participants throughout the day. These activities included Project Designing, Technical PPT Creation, a challenging Technical Quiz, Coding/Decoding Challenges, Technical Paper Writing, Web Designing, the Engineering Innovation Showcase, Best out of Waste, and LAN Gaming.The distinguished Prof (Dr) Rakesh Kumar Khandal graced the occasion as the chief guest, sharing profound insights that added significant value to the event. Prof (Dr) Khandal served as the Former President of R&D and Business Development at India Glycols Limited, Former Vice Chancellor of Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow, and Former Director of Shriram Institute for Industrial Research, New Delhi.The event began with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp, symbolizing the illumination of knowledge and innovation. Pro Vice-Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Abhishek Tripathi welcomed the attendees, providing a detailed profile of the Chief Guest. Esteemed Pro Chancellor Dr. Manbir Singh delivered an address, followed by a keynote speech by Chief Guest Prof. (Dr.) R.K. Khandal, Former Vice Chancellor of AKTU (Lucknow) and Former President (R&D and Business Development) at India Glycols Ltd. The event concluded with vote of thanks from Dean Academics Prof. (Dr.) Avadhesh Kumar Gupta.On this occasion, Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi, Pro Chancellor Manbir Singh, Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Abhishek Tripathi, Dean Academics Dr. Avadhesh Gupta, Registrar Sarabpreet Singh, Director Planning and Development Dr. Ati Priye, Deputy Director of the Department of Student Welfare Davinder Singh, Head of the School of Engineering and Technology Dr. Jimmy Singla, heads of all the schools, faculty members, and students, also graced the event with their presence.Pro Chancellor Dr. Manbir Singh expressed his elation, affirming that the event epitomized CT University’s core values of innovation and excellence. He commended the unwavering commitment of students and faculty in celebrating the accomplishments of the engineering community.
Engineering does not merely know and being knowledgeable, like a walking encyclopedia; engineering is not merely analysis; engineering is not merely the possession of the capacity to get elegant solutions to non-existent engineering problems; engineering is practicing the art of the organized forcing of technological change... Engineers operate at the interface between science and society.
A resounding success was achieved by CT University and CT Group with their organization of HIMPUN 2.0. The national conference, an exclusive initiative of the Punjab and Himachal region was held on May 22nd, 2023, at the Auditorium of Degree College, Dharamshala (H.P). The conference celebrated India’s G20 presidency and focused on deciphering National Education Policy. As part of the main agenda, the conference initiated discussions and deliberations on topics such as unlocking opportunities for youth in Industry 4.0 & Innovation. In addition, the conference discussed health & well-being, skill development, and sports.
CHESS TOURNAMENT FOR UNDER 19
CT University (CTU) in association with Ludhiana District Chess Association organized a Chess Tournament for Under 19. In this three day chess workshop. 97 students including 61 girls were registered. They marked their performances to fight for saving their queen in consecutive eight rounds. Students from various cities took part in the event. The CTU Managing Director, Manbir Singh congratulated the winners and participants who took part in this first ever chess event organized by the University. He encouraged the students to keep the pace with both study and extracurricular activities. The chief organizer, Dr Pravin Sharma informed that on the first day of the championship, Bhuvesh Mahajan of Amritsar earned 4 points in the fourth round. On the second day of the championship top ranking Amritsar player showcased his excellent performance as also Anmol Bhagat of Jalandhar earned four points as well. Pankaj Arora of Jalandhar , Madhuvesh Mittal of Bathinda and Anju Bansal of Ludhiana, Shobhit Dhingra of Patiala all earned 3.5 points. In the girls section, Jalandhar girls top ranked in the show. In the fourth round, Deepanshi Sharma, Tia Setia, Anvanshita Verma, Lavanya Jain, Trishti Chopra remained leading. Similarly, Vanshika Sharma of Sangrur, Nitya Singhania of Amritsar got 3 points each. The championship is still progressing and the final results will be available shortly, said Dr Sharma. Congratulating the winners Dr Harsh Sadawarti, Vice Chancellor, said that chess is the game is of brain and smartness and that the participants who have the acumen turn out to be winners. He congratulated the winners and said that CTU will organize such events in future as well. Dr Jagtar Singh Dhiman, Registrar said that CTU holding the temporary membership of AIU, have a plan to organize various cultural and sports events.
SCHOOL OF LAW REPRESENTED CT UNIVERSITY IN PUNJAB YOUTH CONFERENCE
The Moot Court Competition is organised in the memory of (Late) Prof. (Dr.) Basant K. Sharma who served as an academician with Department of Laws, Panjab University, Chandigarh for more than 30 years. His zeal for teaching and love for community service can still be found amongst his students and the people he worked with. 2nd Prof. (Dr.) Basant K. Sharma Memorial National Moot Court Competition (Virtual) aims at providing a platform to law. The participants will be provided with interactive yet challenging courtroom experience for developing their critical as well as advocacy skills.
CT UNIVERSITY ATTEMPTS LIMCA BOOK OF RECORDS
CT University attempts Limca Book of Records by preparing 1101 types of Phirnis, After making records of 550 different variety of vegetarian sandwiches, 300 different types of pastas and 198 omelettes by CT Group, CT University today has attempted a Limca Book of Record for making 1101 different types of phirnis by the students and faculty of School of Hotel Management, Airlines and Tourism under the patronage of University in collaboration with Amul, under the marketing brand of Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation Ltd. 167 ingredients were used to prepare 1101 types of Phirnis. As per the record guidelines, this attempt has been verified by government officials. The Guests of Honour were Chef Nellu Kaura, Founder Chef Kala, Ludhiana; Chef Vishwadeep Bali, MD, Food Masters and Chef Hitesh from Hotel Kipps. In this event, 1101 different types of nutritious and healthy phirnis were prepared by chefs and faculty of Hotel Management students. The ingredients used were basil, beetroot, khas, semolina, quinnoa, etc. The phirnis made will be distributed at NGO Manukhta Di Sewa in Mullanpur.
AARTI INTERNATIONAL INDUSTRIAL VISIT-CT UNIVERSITY
Aarti International Industrial Visit-CT University – School of Management Studies students visited Aarti International Ltd.on 06th June, 2022 at Ludhiana. Aarti International Limited is a vertically integrated textile company with manufacturing facilities of Greige Yarns, knitted, Dyed & Printed Fabrics. Annually it produces 37800 tons of Yarn and 10000 tons of Fabric. Aarti International Continuous Achieving the Milestones of Consistency, reliability, traceability and sustainability. The team of Aarti International showed the students how Yarn is manufactured along with the fabric. The team further discussed with the students about various career opportunities in the market. The Company has various reputed buyers like Disney, H&M, Adidas, Enamor, Jockey, etc. The students had great experience visiting the company and they also prepared the project report on the same.
4 DAYS CRICKET PREMIER CONCLUDES AT CTU
CT University’s Department of Sports organised ‘2nd CT Premier Cricket Tournament’ under 21 at the Sports Complex, CTU where in 16 teams participated from various academies and schools around Ludhiana. The matches were played in two Pools that is Pool A and B. Under Pool A: Teams were CP cricket Academy, Kular Academy, Bharowal Academy, Kamla Lohtia Cricket Academy, Bharwal Academy, CT Public School Maqsoodan, New Star Academy, Ludhiana. Under Pool B: Sunrise Cricket centre Academy, KCB Academy, Sunrise Cricket Academy, GAD Academy, GNA Phagwara, IPS School, Cricket Club Khosa. After the final match, Kular Cricket Club won with 15 runs and was awarded with cash prize of Rs 21,000/- and Runner up team Cricket Club, Khosa awarded with Rs 11,000/-.Gurveer Singh from Kular Cricket Club won Best Batsman Award. Sandeep Singh from Cricket Club, Khosa won best Bowler Award and Happy from Kular Cricket Club got ‘Man of The Series’ Award. Vice Chancellor, Dr Harsh Sadawarti, congratulating the winners said, “Such platforms let a student bring out his best and can contribute for nation. The need of the hour is not just intelligent youth but fit as well and sports activities are the best for it.”
FUNCTIONAL FOODS AND PLANT BASED BEVERAGES
An expert talk by Guest Speaker- Mr. Muzaffar Hasan, Scientist (ARS), ICAR-Central Institute for Agricultural Engineering, Bhopal (M.P.) was organized in order to celebrate National Science Day, 2022 with a Virtual Informative Session on “Functional foods and plant based beverages”. The speaker deliberated in detail the importance of functional foods and beverages in present time and why these are becoming popular among all, as there is great adoption and wide production being taking place in food industries for such products. He also elaborated methods of preparation of some plant based beverages.
EXPERT SESSION ON 'CYBER CRIME AWARENESS AND METHODS TO SECURE SOCIAL ACTIVITIES ON INTERNET
The School of Engineering & Technology, CT University organized a Expert Session on 'Cyber Crime #Awareness and Methods to Secure Social Activities on Internet' by Adv. Dattatray Bhagwan Dhainje, Cyber Law Expert, Pune. Adv. Dattatray Bhagwan Dhainje has been working in this field for the past 7 years and is helping in Cyber Crime Investigation to various police stations across Maharashtra. He discussed different aspects related to the Cyber Security Techniques, securing the Internet Banking, usage of wallet and shared knowledge about cybercrimes prevailing in the market and much more. In addition to it, he explained how to secure your personal accounts on social media platforms and gave a live demonstration of Genuine Website Authentication.
INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY CELEBRATED AT CTU
CT University’s Directorate of Sports organised International Yoga Day in the university campus by practising yoga and creating awareness about its benefits. The university commemorated the memorable day by organising free yoga camp which was open for all students, parents and general public of the nearby areas. The event was graced by Co-Chairperson Parminder Kaur Channi and Vice Chancellor Dr Harsh Sadawarti and other officials along with faculty and students. Inaugurating the event, Parminder Kaur Channi, said, “Yoga has an extremely strong power to heal stressful mind and body. In current scenario, one needs to input yoga asana in their lives.” Yoga can be fruitful for both students and faculty. It has benefits of calming down the minds and peacefully working along in a busy lifestyle. Vice Chancellor, Dr Harsh Sadawarti said that Yoga, at start of day, is a refreshing agent for moving along the whole day. Regular yoga practice, especially when combined with other stress relievers like walking outside or mindfulness meditation, can help battle many physical effects of stress and anxiety.”
CT University is organising Big Fish Pool
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Industry 4.0 will require the world to produce a new kind of worker—a knowledge worker! Tomorrow’s industry leaders and managers must possess new skill sets to adapt, to manage, and to take advantage of Industry 4.0 and NEP is a step towards it. CT University in collaboration with the University of Kashmir organized a National Conference KASPUN 3.0. This joint initiative between Kashmir and Punjab was organized to celebrate India’s G20 presidency and to decode NEP 2020.
CT University Commemorates Engineers' Day by Celebrating Engineering Excellence
School of Engineering and Technology, CT University proudly observed Engineers' Day by honouring the remarkable achievements in the field of engineering, bringing together students, faculty, and industry experts in a vibrant celebration of Engineering Excellence.The day featured a wide range of engaging activities that captivated participants throughout the day. These activities included Project Designing, Technical PPT Creation, a challenging Technical Quiz, Coding/Decoding Challenges, Technical Paper Writing, Web Designing, the Engineering Innovation Showcase, Best out of Waste, and LAN Gaming.The distinguished Prof (Dr) Rakesh Kumar Khandal graced the occasion as the chief guest, sharing profound insights that added significant value to the event. Prof (Dr) Khandal served as the Former President of R&D and Business Development at India Glycols Limited, Former Vice Chancellor of Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow, and Former Director of Shriram Institute for Industrial Research, New Delhi.The event began with the ceremonial lighting of the lamp, symbolizing the illumination of knowledge and innovation. Pro Vice-Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) Abhishek Tripathi welcomed the attendees, providing a detailed profile of the Chief Guest. Esteemed Pro Chancellor Dr. Manbir Singh delivered an address, followed by a keynote speech by Chief Guest Prof. (Dr.) R.K. Khandal, Former Vice Chancellor of AKTU (Lucknow) and Former President (R&D and Business Development) at India Glycols Ltd. The event concluded with vote of thanks from Dean Academics Prof. (Dr.) Avadhesh Kumar Gupta.On this occasion, Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi, Pro Chancellor Manbir Singh, Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Abhishek Tripathi, Dean Academics Dr. Avadhesh Gupta, Registrar Sarabpreet Singh, Director Planning and Development Dr. Ati Priye, Deputy Director of the Department of Student Welfare Davinder Singh, Head of the School of Engineering and Technology Dr. Jimmy Singla, heads of all the schools, faculty members, and students, also graced the event with their presence.Pro Chancellor Dr. Manbir Singh expressed his elation, affirming that the event epitomized CT University's core values of innovation and excellence. He commended the unwavering commitment of students and faculty in celebrating the accomplishments of the engineering community.
INTER-SCHOOL LAN GAMING COMPETITION
School of Engineering and Technology, CT University organized an Inter-school LAN Gaming Competition in which Harsimran of School of Design & Innovation bagged the first prize and Aman Sharma of School of Engineering & Technology bagged the second prize.
FAREWELL- HASTA LA VISTA 2022
School of Management Studies, CT University organized “Hasta La Vista 2022” for the Final year students to bid them farewell and wish them good luck for the future in The Gully House, Ludhiana. The day was a fiesta devoted to the years spent together with friends and teachers, to reminisce joyous moments. The way the students hosted the program was a true treat to the eyes. Being a colorful affair, the farewell bash rocked the day for all the party attendees. The highlight of the event was the Mr. and Miss Farewell contest in which the outgoing students walked the ramp gracefully and participated in games. Rishav Jamwal was adjudged as Mr. Farewell and Gurleen as Miss Farewell from MBA, Jagdeep Singh Grewal as Mr. Farewell and Himanshi as Miss Farewell from BBA, Lovish Arora as Mr. Farewell and Prabhjot as Miss Farewell from B.COM. On the occasion, Assistant Dean and Head of School Dr. Nikhil Monga wished best of luck to the going students and said that anything can be achieved by sincere hard work and dedication. At last a special lunch was arranged for the whole gathering.
As the graduates filled the room, the excitement was palpable and the spirit was strong. This cheerful and heart-warming scenario was witnessed at 1st Convocation of CT University. As many as 1600 postgraduates and graduates of 2018 to 2022 passed out batches were awarded degrees in a convocation ceremony organized in open air theatre, CT University.The Chief Guest for the occasion was Hon’ble Speaker, Punjab Legislative Assembly S Kultar Singh Sandhwan. He delivered the Convocation Address. In his address, S Kultar Singh Sandhwan shared the tale of his success and stressed on the introduction of new technology. He said, “I congratulate all the degree holders today as it’s the reward of their hard work and sincerity during their college days. Go and Face the real challenges in the world, explore the best out of you and focus on positivity. You must work hard with a positive mindset in order to touch the pinnacle of success.”The welcome speech was delivered Hon’ble Chancellor Charanjit S Channi. The convocation was organised by Registrar, Sarabpreet Singha along with Examination controller Dr. Parveen and Dean Academics (Off.) Dr. Pooja. At the convocation, more than 1600 students of Pharmacy, Hospitality, Engineering, Law and other streams were honoured. Achievers from various programs were honoured with the University Gold Medals, and Merit Certificates. In total, 96 Gold Medals were presented to the distinguished achievers.Charanjit Singh Channi, Chancellor, CTU said, “My experiences prompt me to say that today’s Achievement may fade or even forgotten. The applause and appreciation may become a distant memory. Your certificates and medals may gather dust on a shelf or displayed on the wall. But you always will be remembered for caring enough, for helping someone, for making someone feel special and appreciated for being the kind. I have no doubt that you will get the very best in life.” Pro-Chancellor Dr. Manbir Singh and Vice Chairman Harpreet Singh thanked the Chief Guest for accepting to grace this day with his presence.On this occasion Sh. Deepak Bali, Advisor Art, Culture & Languages, Govt. of Delhi; Dr. Harsh Sadawarti, Vice President, Desh Bhagat University; Dr. Naresh Nagpal, Former Additional Director, Department of technical education and industrial training, Chandigarh, Punjab ; Mr. Vikas Heera, SDM Jagraon ; Ms. Saravjit Kaur Manuke , MLA Jagraon ; Mr. Harjeet Singh SSP Jagraon; Mr. Navdeep Singh Dy. CEO DBEE Ludhiana Govt. of Punjab; Mr. Mandeep Pahwa MD Avon Cycles ; Mr. Amit Sharma Director, Vast Linkers and many other industrialists were present along with the faculty of CT University.
WORKSHOP ON CAKE MAKING & DECOR
One day workshop on cake making & décor organized at CT University. School of Hotel Management, Airlines and Tourism organized a one day workshop on Cake Making & Cake decoration at CT University. To give hands-on experience to the students, a number of bakery products such as Cakes, Cupcakes, Muffins and Cookies were made during the workshop. The Dean of School of Hotel Management, Chef Dr. Varinder Singh Rana said that such workshops are very important for better learning of the students and in future many such workshops will be organized. Head of School of Hotel Management Dr. Amit Kumar said that this workshop will be very beneficial for the students as this will enhance their knowledge about bakery section
‘PHARMACY AND HEALTHCARE JOB FAIR 2023’
CT University organised ‘Pharmacy and Healthcare Job Fair 2023’ in collaboration with DBEE. The event, brought together a multitude of students, esteemed companies, and renowned professionals, creating a platform of unparalleled opportunities. The aim of Job Fair was to bridge the gap between aspiring students and leading companies in the pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors and provide a valuable platform for students to showcase their skills, interact with industry experts, and secure promising job opportunities. Under the esteemed presence of Dr. Sanjay Kaushal (MD, Dean Academics / Professor & Head Dept of Pharmacology, Dayanand medical College, Ludhiana) Chief Guest and a prominent figure in the medical field, the Job Fair witnessed an impressive turnout of over 350+ enthusiastic students from various colleges across North India. The fair attracted 40 top companies, including Scott-Edil Group, Microlabs, Lenskart.com, Go Healthy, Macleods Pharma, Meril Endo-Surgery Pvt. Ltd., and many more. 100+ Students got selected. The event showcased the commitment of CT University towards empowering students with a plethora of career options, enabling them to secure a bright future in the competitive healthcare industry. Through a paperless process utilizing barcodes and unique IDs, the registration process was streamlined, providing a seamless experience to participants. The Chancellor of CT University, S. Charanjit Singh Channi, shared his thoughts on the event, stating, "We are dedicated to equipping our students with exceptional opportunities, and the success of Job Fair 2023 reaffirms our commitment. This fair has bridged the gap between talented individuals and industry-leading companies, enabling our students to showcase their skills and secure promising job opportunities." Dr. Sanjay Kaushal, the esteemed Chief Guest, expressed his satisfaction in being a part of the Job Fair. He remarked, "It was an honor to witness the remarkable talent and dedication displayed by the students at the Job Fair 2023. This platform serves as a significant stepping stone for students to carve their path in the healthcare industry and make a meaningful impact." On this Occasion, Director Corporate Resource Centre Rajesh Kapoor; Manage Corporate Resource Ms. Aditi; Head , School of Pharmaceutical Sciences Dr. Vir Vikram ; Associate Dean, School of Healthcare & Paramedical Sciences Prof.( Dr.) Mohd. Usman Khan; Deputy Director, Department of Student Welfare Er. Davinder Singh, Faculty and Students were Present. Events in CT University
CT University Celebrates Guru Nanak Dev Ji’s 554th Prakash Purab
CT University, a bastion of knowledge and cultural diversity, joyously commemorated the 554th Prakash Purab of Guru Nanak Dev Ji with profound reverence and enthusiasm. The entire CT University community, comprising management, faculty, and students, came together to pay homage to the teachings and principles of Guru Nanak Dev Ji through a series of spiritually enriching activities.The Bhog of Shri Akhand Path Sahib took place at CT University, where students and faculty paid their respects to the Almighty through the soulful recitation of shabads, expressing their deep admiration for the Great Guru.Dr. Manbir Singh, the esteemed Pro Chancellor of CT University, shed light on the invaluable teachings of Guru Nanak Dev Ji. He emphasized the essence of 'Ik Onkar,' highlighting the universal concept of the oneness of God.Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi delivered an inspiring address, urging students to embody the principles of compassion, truth, and peace advocated by Guru Nanak Dev Ji. The program reached its culmination with the sacred Ardaas and Hukamnama, as the congregation sought the blessings of the Guru before partaking in Guru Ka Langar.On this occasion Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi, Co-Chairperson Parminder Kaur, Pro Chancellor Dr. Manbir Singh, Vice Chairman Harpreet Singh, Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Abhishek Tripathi, Deputy Director of the Department of Student Welfare Davinder Singh, heads of various departments and schools, and students were present.
Dr. Simranjeet Kaur Gill of CT University Selected as Subject Expert by Ministry of Education, Government of India
CT University proudly announces that Dr. Simranjeet Kaur Gill, Principal of the School of Law, has been chosen as a subject expert by the Ministry of Education, Government of India. Dr. Gill will play a key role in developing E-Content and Video Lectures on Jurisprudence as part of the PM e-Vidya initiative, aimed at reaching unreached segments in rural, tribal, and remote areas.Hon'ble Prime Minister's vision underscores the importance of DTH (Direct to Home) Satellite TV in broadening educational access, and Dr. Gill's second consecutive selection reflects her outstanding contribution to educational content development.Dr. Gill has been invited earlier as a resource person for Cyber Law under Cyber Security/Information Security. This involves delivering thirty-two educational television programs and an equal number of e-Content programs at the Educational Multimedia Research Centre, Punjabi University, Patiala. This initiative was sponsored by the Ministry of Human Resource Development under the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technologies (NMEICT) e-Content project.Chancellor Charanjit Singh Channi commended Dr. Gill, stating, "Her dedication to advancing education aligns perfectly with our university's commitment to excellence. We are proud to have her as a valuable member of our academic community."
CHANCELLOR, CT UNIVERSITY 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐫𝐚𝐧𝐣𝐢𝐭 𝐒 𝐂𝐡𝐚𝐧𝐧𝐢 𝐫𝐞𝐜𝐞𝐢𝐯𝐞𝐬 “𝐆𝐞𝐦𝐬 𝐨𝐟 𝐍𝐨𝐫𝐭𝐡 𝐀𝐰𝐚𝐫𝐝”
Chancellor, CT #University, Charanjit S Channi has been #awarded with “𝐆𝐞𝐦𝐬 𝐨𝐟 𝐍𝐨𝐫𝐭𝐡 𝐀𝐰𝐚𝐫𝐝”, an award show organised by 𝐈𝐧𝐝𝐢𝐚 𝐍𝐞𝐰𝐬 𝐏𝐮𝐧𝐣𝐚𝐛 (iTV Network), where 𝐒. 𝐍𝐚𝐯𝐣𝐨𝐭 𝐒 𝐒𝐢𝐝𝐡𝐮, 𝐌𝐢𝐧𝐢𝐬𝐭𝐞𝐫 𝐨𝐟 𝐓𝐨𝐮𝐫𝐢𝐬𝐦 𝐚𝐧𝐝 𝐂𝐮𝐥𝐭𝐮𝐫𝐚𝐥 𝐀𝐟𝐟𝐚𝐢𝐫𝐬 in the #Punjabgovernment was the #ChiefGuest. He has been awarded under “𝐇𝐢𝐠𝐡𝐞𝐫 𝐄𝐝𝐮𝐜𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧” category, from total 18 categories like #singing, #comedy, #acting etc and is the only #educationist from #North India to receive this #honor.On receiving this award, Charanjit S Channi said, “It’s my honor to receive this award of #excellence in the field of education. Such awards boost our #morale to keep serving #society in the form of quality and advance education that we are doing from past 21 years #CTU.
INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY
School of Law, CT University, Ludhiana celebrated “INTERNATIONAL LITERACY DAY”Awareness about legal rights was also deliveredLudhiana, September 2022 : CT University, Ludhiana, Punjab organized the different events to celebrate the “ International Literacy Day” like Legal awareness Drive, Distribution of books in villages and Session on Imparting basic legal education to CTU employees.The objective of the initiative was to create the awareness on education among the students and motivate them for achieving their aims in life by getting the knowledge from the books.Legal Aid Cell was active whole day for providing legal services to the poor, marginalized and weaker sections of the society. Fifty persons approached the cell for free legal aid including faculties, transport staff and other staff of the university, regarding their family disputes regarding the awareness of their services. After assessing the problems advices were given to them.Students of School of law also participated in the event with very zest and zeal. Further the Faculties and students of School of Law distributed the books among the needy students of village Pona. Principal School of Law, Dr. Simranjeet Gill Principle of School of Law, took a session of CTU employees (helpers), transport and security officers whose income is less than 3 lacs per year to aware them about their legal rights and informed them about the schemes and policies given by DLSA.Dr Satish Kumar, Vice-Chancellor, CT University appreciated the initiative taken by School of Law and said that Literacy is the birthright of every human being. Education is a weapon that can deal with every problem and situation through the mind and education is the medicine that cures every life and mental confusion and keeps everyone away from superstitions and conflicts.
Celebrating a Historic Milestone 100 Medals and Countig
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