3rd Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Conference organized at LPU


  • Conference had one to one interaction between persons affected with spinal cord injury and experts from related fields 
  • Conference also sensitized society and different agencies to adopt stringent measures in preventing such injuries to happen
  • Leaders from different walks including Government, Civil Administration, Police, Health –sector and NGOs participated actively
  • Named as ‘Vistaar’ the conference was organized jointly by ‘Spinal Cord Injury Association (SCIA)’  and  LPU


In association with Lovely Professional University, ‘Spinal Cord Injury Association (SCIA)’ organized 3rd Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation Conference ‘Vistaar’ at Shanti Devi Mittal Auditorium in LPU Campus.  Different sessions of the conference sensitized society and different agencies to adopt stringent measures in preventing such injuries to happen. Near 200 persons with spine-injuries, even from far off cities including Hyderabad, Mumbai, assembled at the campus. All of them had one to one interaction with experts from related fields for befitting solutions and suggestions to their existing problems. On this occasion, 15 wheelchairs were distributed to the affected ones to make them live active life of mobility and self-dependence.  Illustrious personalities who came forward to help the event include Cabinet Minister Navjot Singh Sidhu, MP Gurjeet Singh Aujla, MLAs of Jalandhar Cantt and Jalandhar constituencies S Pargat Singh, Sh Rajinder Beri, Sh Sushil Rinku, Sh Bawa Henry, IG Zonal Arpit Shukla, Commissioner Police (Jalandhar) Parveen Sinha, Deputy Commissioner (Jalandhar) Varinder Sharma, Deputy Director, SCERT, (Education Department) Mrs. Shruti Shukla. Many other Civil Officers, Doctors, NGOs participated actively along with 200 NSS volunteers of LPU to make the event a success.

Former Minister for Law & Justice of India Dr Ashwani Kumar launched his book ‘Hope’ at LPU


  • Dr Kumar also interacted with LPU students on different issues touching India’s great democracy 
  • 'Hope in a Challenged Democracy – An Indian Narrative’ is Dr Kumar’s second book
  • “We must civilize ourselves in the use of power": Dr Ashwani Kumar
  • Encompassing multi-faceted personality, Dr Kumar shared his great experiences with LPU students as a Minister, MP, Governor, CBI Director, IPS Officer, Politician, Policy-Maker, Once the youngest Additional Solicitor General of India, Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court, Visitor to 30+ top countries under Indian Mission, and above all as a great lover of sports particularly Wrestling & Table Tennis


Former Minister for Law and Justice of India, Member of Parliament (Rajya Sabha), Envoy of PM Manmohan Singh to Japan and a master of multi-faceted personality, Dr Ashwani Kumar visited Lovely Professional University, today, and interacted with LPU Students. On this occasion,  Dr Kumar’s second book ‘Hope in a Challenged Democracy – An Indian Narrative’ was also launched.  On this occasion, Dr Kumar shared his great experiences with LPU students as a Minister, MP, Governor, CBI Director, IPS Officer, Politician, Policy-Maker, Once the youngest Additional Solicitor General of India, Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court, Visitor to 30+ top countries under Indian Mission, and, above all, as a great lover of sports particularly Wrestling & Table Tennis. 

LPU School of Mechanical Engineering organized International Conference


  • Experts from South Korea, Australia, US, Hon-kong  and Iran also precipitated 


Lovely Professional University’s Mechanical Engineering department organized the INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON RECENT ADVANCES IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (ICRAME) on April 14 and 15, 2017. The Chief Guest in the event was the honorable Chancellor of Lovely Professional University, Mr. Ashok Mittal. In this  conference 132 research papers were submitted not only from India but also countries like  France. 

LPU Student’s Research to make Super-Material in place of Iron

  • Research will help in production of unbreakable Ceramic Tiles for Kitchen & Bathroom
  • Raj’s research will also guide in having nanoporous air & water-filters
  • Research will bring forth super strong fibers as body and vehicle armour
  • Plastics will be able to conduct electricity
  • Air & Water filters will be able to sieve out even minutest bacteria
  • The topic of his research paper is improvement upon bonding strength in the atoms of Carbon Nano Tubes (CNT)
  • CNTs are  about 10,000 times smaller than a human hair
One of the research-oriented and hardworking students of the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Lovely Professional University, Raj Chawla has received world- wide acclamation for his research on “carbon nano-tube (CNT)”, which is about 10,000 times smaller than a human hair. As CNTs are unique because the bonding between their atoms is very strong, so Raj’s research will guide in having stronger and unbreakable ceramic tiles & plastics; nano-porous air & water-filters; super strong fibers as body and vehicle armour; biocompatible coatings for prosthetics; and, many more cost-effective materials.  The world will also be able to manufacture lighter and stronger materials for greener aircrafts. It is worth mentioning that in comparison to other research scholars of the world  called for their research works, LPU student is still an under graduate and has earned  strong impact factor of 3.897 for his research endeavour.

Two-Day International Conference of Pharmacy (ICP-2017) inaugurated at LPU Campus


  • Representing both academia and industry, 500 + delegates from across world & India registered for massive participation at the conference
  • 255 Research Papers selected to get published in Scopus indexed Journals
  • 220+ Posters and Oral presentations also included to illustrate important role of pharmacy in modern life 
  • Society of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (SPER) has collaborated with LPU for this organization
  • Topic covered is ‘Pharmacists: Catalysts for Change’



The School of Pharmaceutical Sciences at Lovely Professional University is organizing two-day International Conference of Pharmacy (ICP-2017) at its campus in collaboration with Society of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (SPER). Under this massive conference, 500 + delegates from across world & India, representing both academia and industry, have registered for participation; 255 research papers have been selected to get published in Scopus indexed Journals; and, 220+ posters and oral presentations are included to illustrate important role of pharmacy in modern life. The topic covered is ‘Pharmacists: Catalysts for Change’.