LPU snatched Overall Championship Trophy from GNDU

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Jalandhar: Lovely Professional University has lifted 31st Overall Championship Trophy of Association of Indian Universities’ (AIU’s) North Zone Uni-Fest which is the biggest event of the zone for further assuring  participation in national inter-university competition. Last year LPU had to be satisfied with being first runner-up; however, working hard LPU snatched overall trophy this time from yester-year’s winner Guru Nanak Dev University Amritsar as this time GNDU stood second. The mega event was sponsored by Ministry of Youth Welfare & Sports, Government of India. LPU students won overall trophies in three categories of Music, Theatre & Literary events. The massive event was held at Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana, where LPU contingent of 40 students revealed their extraordinary talent in 25 items under and won 19 medals under different event categories.
LPU students also won 8 gold medals in the competitions held for Mimicry, Mime, Elocution, Classical Vocal, Light Vocal, Western Solo, Western Group and Folk Orchestra. Along with three silver medals in Classical Non-percussion, Classical Dance and Collage Making; LPU students also got 8 bronze medals for their participation in Quiz, Classical percussion, Indian Group Song, Debate, One Act Play, Skit, Clay modeling and Poster making.
Congratulating the winning students & Division of Student Affairs, LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal exclaimed: “Participating students’ contingent has made us all proud at LPU. I am happy to share that LPU students are continuously excelling others in their competition in each and every field. Be it the field of research, placements, academics, sports, cultural or any other activities; LPU students are always proving their capabilities in excellence. I wish them all success in their future endeavours. They should also remember that when successes come, they make us more alert to never get slackened to lose present achievements. Start aiming the next target from now onwards.”