LPU honoured its Thirty Six Researchers and Faculty Members on Teachers’ Day

  • Inspiring speeches marked the honouring ceremony
  • LPU students paid tribute to teachers through poetic oration “ Koti Koti Naman Tumhen”, theatrical presentation-‘Good Teachers’ & Chat Show
Paying tribute to great philosopher & second President of India Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan; LPU commemorated Teachers’ Day by bestowing honours on top researchers & faculty members of the university. Celebration for thousands of university teachers marked inspiring speeches, cultural program amid honouring ceremony.  All LPU teachers pledged individually to teach with all dedication and without any of the prejudices. LPU students paid reverence through poetic oration “Koti Koti Naman Tumhen, theatrical presentation-“Good teachers…an Asset to the Society” and a special Faculty & Students ‘Chat Show’. In addition, cultural presentations including classical-mix, Punjabi Ludi and other national & international folk-dances were tribute to the teachers by the students. LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal & Pro Chancellor Mrs Rashmi Mittal made powerful presentations spotlighting things which can impact students’ and teachers’ lives in a powerful manner. Senior Dean Dr Lovi Raj Gupta mediated between teachers’ and students’ teams during chat show to bring forth the social expectations from both sides.


Expecting impressive achievements from the teachers in the fields of research, development and teaching, Chancellor Mr Mittal said: “Amid teachers’ day mammoth celebrations and honouring ceremony, I expect LPU teachers to keep on working devotedly to be considered the best minds all across the globe. I suggest teachers to be always ahead of time in their thinking so that our students emerge as global leaders. A teacher can never retire from his work of guidance. The need of the hour is to spread ideology of great Indian teachers & policy makers across globe for peace and harmony all-around.”

Illustrative, categorized separately for their research, teaching and co-curricular activities, many LPU teachers were honoured on the basis of their performance during the academic session 2014-15. Adopting different quantitative and qualitative parameters of evaluation, students’ feedback and monthly appraisal, top faculty members were selected for Teacher Appreciation Awards.

Research Appreciation Award - Shyam Baboo (Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences), Dr. Mahesh Kumar Sarva (School of Business), Vishwas Gupta (School of Business), Dr. Gyanesh B Singh (School of Biotechnology and Biosciences), Dr. Ambrish Singh (School of Physical Sciences), Dr. Niti Kant (School of Physical Sciences), Dr. G. Geetha (School of Computer Application), Deepak Jain (School of Polytechnic)

Dr C B Gupta Award  -  Mrinal Kanti Sen (School of Civil Engineering),  Narendra Kumar Bagde (School of Computer Science and Engineering)

University scholars who got Teacher Appreciation Awards-2015 include Dr Kundan Singh (Department of Education); Dr Susanta Panda (Physical Education); Dileep  Baghel (Pharmaceutical Sciences); Aman Sharma (Architecture and Design); Vivek Srivastava (Agriculture); (Arts and Languages); Chirag Chopra (Biotechnology and  Biosciences); Megha Mehta and Rajeev Gupta (Business); Vivek (Civil Engineering); Saruchi (Computer Applications); Pushpendra Pateriya, Harsh Bansal, Harleen Kaur (Computer Science and Engineering); Rajkumar Sarma, Tapsi Singh & Manjit (Electronics and Electrical Engineering); Vinod Bhatia (Fashion Design); Amrik Singh (Hotel Management and Tourism); Sridhar R (School of Journalism, Films and Creative Arts); Jaspreet Singh, Sudhanshu Dogra & Gaurav Mahajan (Mechanical Engineering); Saloni (Physical Sciences); S. Micheal Raj (Physiotherapy and Paramedical Sciences); and, Salil Batra (School of Polytechnic). Similarly, based on research papers published, research projects, and papers presented; researchers were identified for Research Appreciation Awards.

Dr Anshu Raina from School of Arts and Languages, who has been awarded, shared: “This award is very motivating for me to enable me to work more and more for my students, society and the mankind. I specially vow to be more devoted to my profession so as to make my students stand different among others.” One of the participating students of the chat show shared that whatever he is today is only due to his hard working teachers. He expressed: “I belong to a poor family of Bihar but my personality is so enriched by my teachers that I can earn a very good place in the society through their teachings and my learning there upon.”

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