AIESEC members interact with CT University students

LUDHIANA: The team of AIESEC visited CT University and had an interactive session with the students on their experience of staying in India.

AIESEC members interact with CT University students

An AIESEC member shares her experience with CT University students in Ludhiana. Tribune photo

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Tribune News Service
Ludhiana, August 17

The team of AIESEC visited CT University and had an interactive session with the students on their experience of staying in India. Representatives from 12 countries like Mexico, Spain, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, Turkey, Russia, etc shared their experience with CT University students about their working in India.

Mauricio Sameul from Mexico elaborating about the working said, “It’s a beautiful feeling. We get to know so many different people and help them; this is making our soul peaceful.

Also, the stay in India is wonderful. Like in Mexico, we see culture on roads and I am glad that CTU welcomed us all with open arms. It was a warm stay.” Further, the students showed their keen interest in joining them and AIESEC members answered their queries. Also, Harshdeep Singh, President, AIESEC (Ludhiana Chapter) had a presentation session for the students.

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