Jalandhar, August 14, 2012: Lovely Professional University extended heartiest and inspiring welcome to its talented students, who excelled all other participants at Association of Indian Universities’ Inter University Youth Leadership Camp, at Dalhousie.
During the organisation of five days, all the four participants of LPU team revealed their talents in par excellence amid students from all other participating Universities of the country.
In this regard, Harpreet Singh Hora, of B Tech CSE, got first and second Prize, in the areas of Extempore and Poetical Recitation, respectively; Shilpa Surroch, of B Tech CSE, declared first for Western Singing; Batish Sama, of B Tech CSE, proved as the Best Anchor and Sakshi Minhas of MCA got 3rd prize as the best Camper.
On the laurels bringing to the university, LPU Pro-Chancellor Rashmi Mittal said: “We are happy that our talented students have made us proud by securing the desirable positions in different events of the Youth Leadership Camp. We are also feeling proud in seeing our efforts being paid off well. In fact, AIU’s Inter University National Youth Leadership Camp is, undoubtedly, a big platform. Students can attain so many qualities from this dais by living and performing among talented students of other Universities, which participate from different nooks and corners of the country.”
She further held: “Nevertheless, with these additions of Prizes, the university can sing the praises of its highly talented students, who always hold aloft the banner of their University, under opportunities befalling their way.”
Being the winner, with their all round best performance, the students very eagerly shared their thoughts. On contacting, Sakshi and Batish said: “We got chances at the camp; and we came out with all that we have learnt at the university up till now. With participation in different national level events at LPU, we have undoubtedly gained a lot of confidence and talent to excel others. No doubt, all four of us are undergoing Professional Engineering Programmes at the University, but the way we are given opportunities to develop our personality, as per our inborn talents, is highly appreciable.”