CT University appoints student ambassadors

Dr Harsh Sadawarti, Vice Chancellor, CTU congratulates the students 

CT University appoints student ambassadors
CTU Vice Chancellor Dr. Harsh Sadawarti along with student ambassadors.

Ludhiana: CT University has appointed students as ‘Ambassadors’. It is a leadership opportunity for the students as this platform gives them the opportunity to “earn while learn”. Also, this is a golden opportunity for passing-out batch as they have fixed jobs during the uncertain times of Covid-19.

The CTU Ambassadors counsel the students seeking admissions, do the technical jobs for the campus, connecting with other international and national students and earning a stipend per month.

Students from various schools of the University were shortlisted, interviewed and selected as CTU Ambassadors. One of the ambassadors, Ankit Sharma, a student of BBA shared, “As I am going to be an alumnus of this esteemed campus, I would look for jobs soon but now I got job here at my campus only. I don’t have to bother in the times of Coronavirus where people are losing their jobs each day. This is a great opportunity for me to hone up my skills and gain useful insights into the education world along with gaining experience of working in field. Feeling proud to be CTU Ambassador.”

Congratulating the students, Dr Harsh Sadawarti, Vice Chancellor, CTU said, “We are glad to have our students as our employees and these are the times when we must help each other, so we are starting with the youth. This will shape their career from an initial age. The students will be provided with the certificate of experience and recognition for doing the job passionately.”