CT University‘s Expert Talk during National Nutrition Week Promotes Healthy Living and Knowledge Sharing
CT University’s Department of Student Welfare organized a remarkable expert talk during the National Nutrition Week, featuring Garima, a dedicated Dietician and Nutritionist. The expert talk was an enriching blend of knowledge sharing and engaging interactions, leaving students and faculty members with a deeper understanding of the importance of healthy living.
The session witnessed active participation from both students and faculty, who enthusiastically posed thought-provoking questions and actively engaged with the expert, making it a truly interactive and informative occasion.
The event was graced by the presence of esteemed individuals, including Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Abhishek Tripathi, Dean Academics Dr. Avadhesh Gupta, Deputy Director of the Department of Student Welfare Davinder Singh, Dr. Apurva Koul, Head of the Department of School of Healthcare & Paramedical Sciences, and a gathering of enthusiastic students.
Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Abhishek Tripathi expressed his enthusiasm for the event said the expert talk exemplifies our dedication to fostering a holistic educational environment at CT University. The engagement from our students and faculty demonstrates their eagerness to prioritize health and well-being. Garima’s expertise has illuminated the path to making healthier lifestyle choices, and we are committed to continuing such initiatives that empower our CT University community with knowledge for a better future.”
Garima’s expert insights provided valuable information on nutrition, dietary choices, and overall well-being, reinforcing the importance of making healthy choices in our daily lives. The event also marked the university’s commitment to holistic student development, with a focus on physical and mental health.