Indian Education has always been focused on a practical and knowledge-based approach which I believe is the need of the hour in an economy like ours. It also offers an opportunity for the students to reveal the mystery of the booming economy and democracy which has been creating leaders worldwide. Being located in the same geographic area, similar Language, culture, and custom, and less expensive cost of living & education are some of the other factors contributing to my focus on promoting Indian education. Students can focus 100 % on their studies as they are not required to be involved with any part-time work to continue education in India as the education cost is affordable to those who wish to have a real foreign degree.
India has always been known as a high-quality study destination offering a plethora of opportunities. Every year 1000s of Nepalese students choose different Indian Universities and colleges for their further education.
Chandigarh University within its short span of operations in Nepal. It has become one of the preferred choices of Nepalese students looking forward to studying in India.
Talking about CU (Chandigarh University), located on the outskirts of one of India’s best Cities
- Chandigarh, Punjab, CU enjoys a rich legacy of 19 years and is ushering in a new era in education and learning.
Steering towards humongous heights in recent years, the University has emerged as Asia’s Fastest-growing Private University with over 30,000 students from 40 Countries including Nepal & all Indian States studying in 70 different professional streams.
Honored for its flawless dedication to higher education, the university is recognized by the University Grants Commission (UGC), the apex education body in India
And, is associated closely with the International Association of Universities, the Association of Commonwealth Of Universities, and the Association of Indian Universities.
Association with blue-chip companies like Microsoft, IBM, SAP-Labs, and Tech-Mahindra led to the development of innovation centers, incubators, and research and development labs soon after the University’s establishment, cultivating a culture of learning and innovation.
CU has set a new benchmark by becoming the Youngest University to be ranked by NIRF (National Institutional Ranking Framework) 2019 for its Engineering and Management courses.
Another recent feather in the cap is its A+ Grade by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) in its very first assessment which is a record in itself.
University has also signed MoU with the Tribhuwan University of Nepal. Not only TU, but CU also has tie-ups with more than 200+ International Universities.
So, that the students can get semester exchange programs, study abroad programs, and maximum international exposure.
Currently, 500+ Nepali students are studying at CU in different programs like Engineering, Management, Paramedical courses, law, and others.
Among these, more than 20+ students have already grabbed placement opportunities in various national and multinational companies.
University has special arrangements for International students with hostel facilities inside the campus for both boys and girls
And, as other facilities like the internet, library, sports, gym, medical facilities, and industry-sponsored labs for practical and internship opportunities.
Also, it’s important to mention that the cost of education at CU is affordable in comparison to other countries.
University also provides various merit-based scholarship opportunities to Nepalese students.
Nepalese students in the University never feel away from their home or their culture as students they have founded a Nepalese student society.
So, that they can celebrate all their Nepali festivals like Dashain, Tihar, Holi, new year, etc.
Education experience at CU is about shaping the professional as well as personal aspects of the students.
Students graduating from CU can easily compete in the global markets because of the exposure they gain here – hence making them future-ready!