CT Group marks Engineer’s Day

Speaker says engineering is not an educational qualification; it is a way of thinking

CT Group marks Engineer’s Day
Guest speaker Vikrant Rana (Engineer and Advocate- International Human Rights Organization) while delivering his talk.

Jalandhar: CT Group of Institutions, North Campus (Maqsudan) and South Campus (Shahpur) organized a virtual technical event on the occasion of Engineer’s Day. The event commenced with the guest lecture by Vikrant Rana (Engineer and Advocate- International Human Rights Organization) presently working in Sonalika Tractors, Hoshiarpur as CRM Consultant.
He started his talk with the importance of engineering in this era. While delivering his speech, he said, “Engineering is not an educational qualification. It is a way of thinking. A way of thinking that is in every problem solver in the world. It is a way of life.”

He also motivated the students to be technically sound so that they can apply engineering in their day to day life.

Following his speech, various virtual events were organised to bring out the hard efforts of the students and to bring their ideas from mind to market. Events like Technical Quiz, Code Debugging, Panel Discussion, Extempore, and Web Designing were organized. More than 100 students showed their participation in the event and this initiative was highly appreciated by all the students.

Dr. GS Kalra, Campus Director Shahpur and Dr. Jasdeep Kaur Dhami, Director, Maqsudan campus encouraged the students by participating in this event.

CT Group Managing Director Manbir Singh said that these types of technical events help the students to showcase their technical skills and also motivated them to take part in such activities in future also.