Admissions at LPU are closing on 10th August 2017

Jalandhar: In accordance to its set admission schedule & procedures as per previous years, Lovely Professional University has set last date of admission for all programs as 10th August this year too. Thousands of new students from 50+ countries & all 29 states of India have already taken admission for LPU’s 2017-18 session, and still admissions are going on in volume. From today, only nine golden days more are there for admissions-aspiring students to be a great part of the multi-ethnic globalized university-LPU. This year, hundreds of new international students from countries including the UK, China, Columbia, Ghana, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Indonesia, Maldives, Lesotho Kingdom (North America) and more have also got admissions at LPU to add much to its already rich diversity.
LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal informs: “We are pleased to note that both national and international meritorious students are very keen to receive quality higher education at LPU. For this, thousands of students from all areas of India and many other countries are getting admission at LPU, this year too. We have analyzed that students in large number reach at LPU because they prefer an institution which secures their future.”
Illustrative, this year more popular programs with new students are BTech (CSE, IT, ECE), MBA, BBA, B Com, B Arch, B Pharmacy, Fashion Design, Law, Agriculture, Physiotherapy, and more. Interestingly, BA and other humanities’ programs at UG and PG level too are very strong in demand. LPU BTech Programs are seen as the most preferred programmes over all others. One of the major reasons for this is the strong placement record of LPU students. In addition, many prestigious magazines and newspapers have also ranked LPU as one of the top institutions of the country on different parameters. To be noted, all of the students who apply for LPU programmes have to clear LPU’s own admission test ‘LPU NEST’.
For further details & clarifications regarding admissions, an aspiring student can visit, make a call on 01824-404408, Helpline 1800 102 4431, or forward a mail at [email protected].