- Occasion was one-day ‘Freshmen Induction- 2022’ programme for 1st & 2nd Year students, who reported at the campus in the mid of February, 2022
- Students were briefed about various procedures, policies, practices to be adopted while being at the campus
India, February 22, 2022: Lovely Professional University (LPU) organized one-day ‘Freshmen Induction Programme-2022’ at the Shanti Devi Mittal Auditorium to welcome all of its students who have joined ‘Offline Classes’ for the first-time at the campus. The programme was chalked out for 1st & 2nd Year students, who reported at the campus in the mid of February, 2022.
As per the American universities and UGC guidelines, this particularised ‘Programme’ was also to streamline new students for their various endeavours at the campus. Students were briefed about various procedures, policies, practices to be adopted while being at the campus in their physical presence mode.
Welcoming students at the campus, LPU Pro Chancellor Mrs Rashmi Mittal, Pro Vice- Chancellor Dr Lovi Raj Gupta, Heads and Faculty members motivated them to start their offline academic journey for a bright future ahead. Mrs Mittal inspired students to be always goal oriented in their varied endeavours by thinking big. She also assured them about LPU’s support on their way towards positive outcomes. Sharing about the illustrious placements record of the university, they were also guided to work for suitable placements in the top industry across the world right from the day one of their studies.
In fact, after the restrictions were evaded against the Omicron variant pandemic by the Government and related education authorities; this was the first gathering of the students at the campus to make it lively once again through their presence and varied activities. In this regard, precautionary measures against the pandemic issue were still observed in order to maintain a healthy environment for all at the campus.
The dedicated programme motivated new entrants through expertise and experiences of LPU’s management, faculty, staff members and senior students. Programme included message-oriented cultural sessions, where new-entrants also participated as per their individual talent and temper. Thus, students were made to start their new academic journey conveniently on positive notes and in relaxed moods.
Thousands of new students from all Indian states and other countries grasped about the culture, security, safety, academic rules/regulations, placements, discipline, hostels and more at the university. The Division of Student welfare (DSW) team at LPU convened the programme.