Induction Programme organised for New Students at LPU
08/06/2010

To acquaint the new students with the various processes being used, Lovely Professional University is organizing an induction programme from the 2nd to 9th August.

Online PR News – 06-August-2010 – – To acquaint the new students with the various processes being used, Lovely Professional University is organizing an induction programme from the 2nd to 9th August. The week long programme will ensure that the students who are new to the University can get information about various areas like academics, examination, safety and security within the campus, University Management System (UMS), placements and various amenities provided by the University etc. It will also give them a glimpse of the campus life.

Mrs Rashmi Mittal, Executive Dean, Lovely Professional University, the brain behind student welfare activities said “All the announcements are made on the University’s website/ UMS. The students are given assignments online and they have to submit them online too. The purpose of this programme is to make students familiar so that they feel at home.” Since the University is very technologically advanced and most of the work is done online, the Induction Programme shall ensure that the students get accustomed to the softwares being used. “This will aid students in fitting in the University as early as possible,” she added.

Apart from this, a carnival will also be organized by the old students with in the campus, where the students shall be able to participate. These will include various fun games, management games, cultural shows, exhibitions etc to facilitate the fresh joiners gel with their peers and teachers. This year large number of students from 28 states of India and more than 150 students from various parts of the world have joined the University . The programmes shall also help them understand the culture of different states in India. The entire induction programme has been created as a platform for new students to enhance their confidence and get attuned to the new environment. The University is looking forward to making a combination of fun, frolic and learning with the intention to make the new comers comfortable and zealous about this new beginning of life.

“I hope that the students feel comfortable at the University and wish them a heartiest welcome!” said excited Mrs Mittal.