Jalandhar: Believing strongly that economic condition should not stop meritorious students in having quality higher-education; Lovely Professional University has been offering India’s largest private scholarship program. Advantage of this program has already been reached to thousands of meritorious students over the last 9 years. A student can avail up to Rs 3 lakh depending upon the program opted and the performance of the student in the last examination as the base of admission. The last date to apply for admission to LPU with scholarship is 30th June. To be eligible for this scholarship, students have to be academically strong, and for scholarship entitlement board examinations, graduation or the national level tests are considered. Admission to LPU Engineering Programmes is through its entrance cum scholarship test LPUNEST which is now held in 58 countries.
In the last couple of years, LPU is also recognizing not only academically strong students but also candidates who have performed at state, national or international level sports, cultural, co-curricular activities, social services, bravery acts or research & development works. Scholarships are applicable to almost all the 200+ programs offered by the university.
D Mello Shrella of Goa has got full fee waiver as scholarship for admission to BPEd program. Her father Mr Lawrence is extremely happy on seeing her daughter being able to pursue higher education under prestigious LPU scholarship program. Shrella is talented national level player of baseball and she is also provided free accommodation and food facilities as well. Rahul AR from Bellary (Karnataka), Sumanth Aleti from Nizamabad (Telangana), Saurav Suman from Bokaro (Jharkhand) and many others have also been enrolled with coveted scholarships as per their academic achievements. For more query kindly contact at university toll free number 18001024431.
LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal holds: “For the last so many years, LPU has been continuously endeavouring to provide quality higher education to all meritorious students. We do not want that a capable student be debarred from receiving quality education only due to financial constraints. I am happy to see that we have been able to make this scholarship program available to contribute to the society.”