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27 Mar, 2024

CT University proudly represents India at the World Youth Festival in Russia's Sirius Federal Territory

CT UNIVERSITY takes immense pride in announcing its successful representation at the prestigious World Youth Festival held in Russia's Sirius Federal Territory. The delegation, comprising faculty members Ms. Apurva and Ms. Jagpreet Kaur, alongside students Vishwaas Vaid and Chaksh Kataria from the School of Law, stood as ambassadors of Indian youth on the global stage.

The World Youth Festival, a convergence of talent and innovation, brought together a diverse spectrum of participants, including high school and university students, young scientists, political leaders, educators, and entrepreneurs, aged between 14 to 30. Over 800 events and activities, spanning marathons, music and dance performances, and yoga sessions, reverberated throughout the festival, showcasing the vibrancy and dynamism of global youth.

Highlighting India's prominent presence, the festival witnessed the active engagement of 360 Indian participants hailing from various fields, illustrating India's rich tapestry of talent and expertise. The participants echoed the sentiment of fostering international connections and youth involvement in addressing global challenges, underscoring the festival's significance as a platform for cross-cultural dialogue and collaboration.

The Russian Embassy extended its warm hospitality and reaffirmed its commitment to bolstering ties between India and Russia, with a particular focus on initiatives that empower and inspire the youth. The festival attendees expressed their gratitude for the enriching experiences and acknowledged the hospitality extended by the hosts.

Pro Chancellor Dr. Manbir Singh, Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Abhishek Tripathi, Dean Academics Dr. Simran, Director Department of Student Welfare Davinder Singh congratulated the team.

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