Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth – an update from Central Chinmaya Mission Trust

Swamins, Brahmacharins and Members of Chinmaya Mission Worldwide

Dear All,

Hari Om!

I am pleased to share an update on the progress of Chinmaya Mission’s very own University, Chinmaya Vishwavidyapeeth (CVV).

CVV is taking shape as an institution of learning par excellence, which is a matter of great pride for the entire global Chinmaya family.

Construction of the new 60-acre campus, ‘Chinmaya Vidyapratishthanam’, has begun. To have a virtual tour of the architectural plan of the campus, located 12 kilometres from the present campus at Chinmaya International Foundation, please click on this link: https://youtu.be/qj0mu-koPvw

At CVV, Indian wisdom is blended with a cutting-edge curriculum, masterfully designed by some of the best faculty. There are facilities for resident scholars as well as day scholars, and a transport service is available for those students who need it. Scholarships and financial aid are also offered for deserving students.

Admissions for the next academic year have begun and an overview is attached so that potential undergraduate and postgraduate candidates known to you can be connected to the courses on offer at CVV, thereby introducing them to an educational experience that will benefit and enrich them.

For more details, go through the CVV Prospectus or visit www.cvv.ac.in.

At CVV, all students have the opportunity to get hands-on industry experience and training through internships. This ensures job-readiness and also encourages them to explore their own potential, in alignment to their interest and aptitude. You will be happy to know that the entire first batch of CVV graduates have received good placements or are pursuing further studies in some of the best institutions.

For more details about CVV, please contact:

Dr. AppaRao Mukkamala, Managing Trustee
+91 98499 89802

Do stay connected with CVV and be a part of its inspiring journey.

With Prem & OM!
In His Service,

Manisha Khemlani
Chief Executive Officer