Included among top academics, politicians, social activists, philanthropists and more
Chamandeep Singh Sandhu, who passed out in 2011 with the LPU’s electronics and communications program, is currently serving in the British Army in Britain
Dubbed “The Versatile Man,” Chamandeep is all rolled up one at a time – British man, model, singer, influencer, humanitarian and more
The monthly magazine “Urban Mélange”, which combines both old and new lifestyles with a contemporary touch, has forwarded this list in its latest issue from August 2020
“Chase your dreams, follow your heart and work hard”: Chamandeep calls on LPU students to be successful in life
Jalandhar: One of the LPU’s alumni, Chamandeep Singh Sandhu from the Electronics & Communication Diploma 2011, was recently included in the top list of the “20 Inspiring Sikhs Worldwide”. The monthly magazine ‘Urban Mélange’, a mix of old and new lifestyles with a contemporary twist, has forwarded this list in its latest issue from August 2020. Dubbed ‘The Versatile Man’, Chamandeep is all rolled into one – a British Army Man, model, singer, influencer, humanitarian and more. Chamandeep stands uniquely among 19 other prominent academics, politicians, social activists, philanthropists, and others.
Chamandeep had interacted live with LPU students just the day before, where he shared that he wears different hats because he always makes sure that he puts his best foot forward in all of his work. Referring to his juniors at LPU, especially new students, Chamandeep shared, “To be successful in life, you should chase your dreams, follow your heart, and always work hard. Whatever you do, put your heart into it and everything will be fine. Whatever I am today is only thanks to the LPU, where I met people of different ethnicities. I always remember the great learning and activity environment here. I miss the campus, especially the rich hostel, the life here. “
Given the evil condition of women in society, he wants everyone to look at a famous Punjabi “Boli” – “Sada Soorme Samajhde: Dhee te Bhaen Begani Nu”, which means that brave people always consider other women as their own daughter or sister . Chamandeep Singh comes from a humble family in Amritsar and strengthened his culture and values at LPU, which he regards as the best organization. Here he also collected his love for singing, music and academics. The LPU led him to master the art of bhangra performance and emerge victorious in a number of competitions at the national level. He is currently in the UK keeping his passion alive and also working on various other music tracks and videos.