The candidates who have cleared the entrance test are now going to attend the counselling process from 4th May to 9th May 2016. During this period, candidates have to fill their online seat preferences, and their seat allotment letter will be issued on 10th May 2016. After this, candidates can take admission in their allotted seats.
LPU Chancellor Mr. Ashok Mittal informed, “LPU conducts entrance exam every year to get best students for its B.Tech programs, which are proven to be academically strong and hunt after by the students from all quarters. This unique test measures the students’ abilities and is not only an entrance test but also a scholarship test. Candidates will also get scholarship upto Rs 1.5 Lakh per annum depending upon their performance in this test. I am happy to share that the test was successfully conducted in 116 cities and the result has also been declared on time.”
Illustrative, the candidates taking admission through online process under Phase 1 A will be entitled for maximum scholarship slab. They will also avail Early Decision Benefit (EDB) and for this, the tuition fee of the year 2015 will be applicable to them. Applications for Phase 1 B of the test are also being received now, and students can apply for the same till 31st May 2016.
About Lovely Professional University (LPU):
LPU, a part of Lovely International Trust, is the largest university in India in terms of number of students on a single campus. LPU has more than 30,000 fulltime students on its 600 acre campus which is located on Jalandhar-Delhi National Highway at Phagwara (Punjab), India. The University campus has many architecturally striking buildings with all the requisite facilities for the students available therein. More than 18,000 students reside in 6 boys’ and 6 girls’ hostels on the campus. The University has a rich diversity in its students’ population, with students coming from all the 29 states of India and 35+ countries including the USA, China, Colombia, Thailand, Ghana, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Maldives, Nepal, Bhutan, Mongolia, Indonesia, Afghanistan,Bangladesh, Cameroon, Tanzania, Nigeria, Congo, Rwanda and more. In addition to regular students on its campus, more than 1,00,000 students are pursuing distance education programs.