CT University provides a magnificent and comprehensive range of facilities within the campus for its students. The classrooms at CT University are contemporary, equipped with ceiling mounted LCD projectors and computers. The university frequently organizes National & International level Conferences and Seminars on various themes and disciplines to promote industry interaction for its students.
The auditoriums at CT are up to date with state-of-the-art multimedia systems which can be used for presentations, seminars, fests and other academic events. The various libraries are well equipped with a vast number of books, journals, magazines and newspapers for students. The development of state-of-the-art infrastructure and technical facilities has been a continuous process at CT University. The laboratories provide practical exposure to various subjects and give an opportunity to the students to experiment with what they have learnt in classrooms.
CT University has a very professional systematic support and delivery system. The purpose of IT Service Department of the University is to ensure that users receive appropriate help in a timely manner. Our service department is staffed with trained network and system administrators who care for users Laptops/Desktops and network up and running. IT service management activities – drived by policies, organized and structured in processes and supporting procedures – that are performed by IT service department to design, plan, deliver, operate and control information technology (IT) services offered to customers. User’s satisfaction is our number one priority. Assigning tasks to support engineer throughout each work day that are based on SLAs, support engineer availability, and the support engineer skills. IT service department take care Data Center Management & distribution of Internet bandwidth and maintained to server 24 X 7. To ensure proper connectivity and throughput a proper systematic layout plan put in place (Fiber & Copper Both). Wi-Fi Network is also Design & lay in the campus for users. To ensure proper IT service delivery we have Helpdesk system in place, user can also approach over phone and mail for any type of IT support. A dedicated team of 18 skilled staff has been deputed in different place to deliver IT services promptly.
Apartments Style Housing Keeping students's requirements in mind, University offers quality residence (offering above average necessities) for their living comforts. Mess Plan All residential facilities have dining halls that provide good quality and hygienic food four times a day. Over 1 Lakh meals are prepared each day! Gym Facility GYM facility exclusively for hosteller students with subsidized Charges (if opted yearly along with hostel). Students can join the facility on a yearly basis. Transport Facility Fast & convenient bus service is available from most corners of Punjab and nearby areas.
Health, wellness and safety
Be well. Stay well. Do well. From handling new responsibilities to juggling a busy schedule, college can be a huge adjustment. But CT is here to help. We'll take care of your health and safety so you can focus on getting the most out of your college experience. Safety comes first We want you to feel at home at the heart of a bustling city. That’s why we take a holistic approach to public safety. CT Police patrol campus 24/7, and our extensive emergency information system sends out alerts via text and email, as well as TV monitors located in residence halls and major academic buildings. Students can access police any time — or request a ride from Ram Safe, our evening shuttle service — by using one of the 350 easily identifiable yellow emergency telephones located throughout campus. Combine these resources with everyday personal precautions and you’ve got a safe environment where the entire CT community can feel comfortable and secure.
Transportation and Parking
Transportation and parking at a university can be a significant aspect of campus life. Universities often provide a variety of transportation options and parking facilities to accommodate students, faculty, staff, and visitors. Here are some common features and considerations regarding transportation and parking at universities: 1. Public Transportation : Many universities are located in urban areas and have easy access to public transportation systems like buses, subways, or trams. Some universities even have their own shuttle services that connect the campus to local transit hubs. 2. Campus Shuttle Services : Universities often operate shuttle services to transport students and staff around campus. These shuttles may have multiple routes, run at regular intervals, and are usually free for members of the university community. 3. Biking and Walking : Many campuses are designed to be pedestrian and bike-friendly, with dedicated bike lanes and walking paths. Some universities offer bike-sharing programs, allowing students to rent bicycles for short trips. 4. Parking Facilities : Universities typically have parking facilities for students, faculty, and staff. Parking may be available in various zones (faculty, student, visitor) and may require permits. Permits can be annual or semester-based. 5. Parking Regulations : It's crucial to adhere to parking regulations on campus. Violating parking rules can result in fines, towing, or loss of parking privileges. Regulations often include designated parking areas, permit requirements, and time restrictions.
Banking And Postal Services
CT University provides banking and postal services within the campus for the ease of students, faculty and staff members. The banking services facilitate all kinds of National and International Banking conveniences, including providing education loans to students on simple terms. Apart from this, the University also has a 24 hours ATM facility for round the clock cash withdrawal. To aid with postal requirements, the University provides postal services for both on- and off-campus locations. The purpose of offering these services is to meet the communication needs of the students, faculty, and staff members so that they do not face any difficulty while being on the campus.
Emergency and crisis
Emergencies and crises can occur at universities, and it's important for institutions to have preparedness plans in place to effectively respond to various situations. These plans typically cover a range of potential emergencies, from natural disasters to security incidents. Here are some common types of emergencies and how universities typically handle them: 1. Natural Disasters : - Earthquakes, Hurricanes, Tornadoes : Universities in areas prone to these events should have evacuation plans, designated safe zones, and communication protocols for alerts and updates. - Floods : Campuses near bodies of water need flood response plans that include sandbagging, evacuation procedures, and coordination with local emergency services. 2. Fire Emergencies : - Universities should have fire alarms, sprinkler systems, and fire extinguishers installed. Evacuation procedures and fire drills are essential for preparing students and staff. 3. Medical Emergencies : - Universities often have health clinics or medical centers on campus. They should also have clear protocols for handling medical emergencies, including calling 911, providing first aid, and notifying relevant personnel. 4. Campus Security : - Universities should have campus police or security teams. They must be prepared to respond to issues like violence, theft, or threats to ensure the safety of the campus community. 5. Public Health Emergencies : - In the context of contagious diseases (e.g., flu outbreaks, pandemics), universities may need to implement health measures such as quarantines, testing, and vaccinations.