Full Form of CUG
Closed User Group
CUG Full Form is Closed User Group. CUG is a group of GSM (mobile phone) subscribers who are allowed to receive and make calls from other members of the group. However, CUG does not include SMS service. There are certain rules that apply to the CUG members or subscribers. Some of the do’s and dont’s of a subscriber are (1) He can be a CUG member of up to maximum 10 groups, (2) He can have outgoing access and makes calls outside the group, (3) He can receive calls from outside the group, (4) He can make emergency calls. However, this supplementary service is limited to organizations and is not applicable to the public. Most of the modern handsets include CUG service applications.
CUG Full Form – China University of Geosciences
Full Form of CUG is China University of Geosciences. CUG is a major national university that functions under the Education Ministry for the People’s Republic of China. The university comprises two campuses, of which one is situated in Haidian District in Beijing and the other one is situated at Wuhan, the capital city of Hubei province. The CUG is considered the top ranked university for the study of geosciences and is known for its influence with the Chinese oil and mining industry. The Premier of China’ s State Council, Wen Jiabao, is a notable alumni of the institution who attended it when it was known by another name—the Beijing Institute of Geology. He is the person behind the slogan of the University.
The foundation of the CIG can be traced to the Beijing Institute of Geology which was the result of an amalgamation of the geology departments of Peking University, Tsinghua University, Tangshan university, and Tianjin University. In the 1950s, the university was one of the 16 key universities in China. Due to Cultural revolution, the operations of the university were suspended. In the year 1975, the campus moved to Wuhan from Beijing and was named as Wuhan College of Geology. Later in the year 1987, the Wuhan College of Geology was rechristened as the China University of Geosciences for each Wuhan and Beijing. Even today, the Ministry of Education regards both the campus as components of an individual university.
Other notable alumni of the university include Gao Ling, a prominent female badminton player; Wang Yongfeng, a popular mountain climber; Wang Fuzhou, another famous mountain climber; Zhang Wenyue, Governor of the Liaoning Province; Quyang Ziyauan, Chief scientist associated with Chinese Lunar Project, and Li Zhixin, who is yet another famous Chinese mountaineer.