- Developed as per UGC Notification, both Bachelors & Masters Qualifications can be completed in 4 years instead of 5
- Students will not only save time but one year fee also
- Integrated Programs after 10+2 are available in Engineering, Management, Commerce, Computer Applications, Economics, Arts and Education streams
Lovely Professional University has started unique integrated graduate and post graduate programs to make students save one precious year of their academic engagement as well as one year fee. Developed as per UGC Notification F 5-1/2013 (CPP-II), both bachelors & masters qualifications will be provided in 4 years instead of 5, and in five instead of six years. Integrated Programs after 10+2 are available in Engineering, Management, Commerce, Computer Applications, Economics, Arts and Education streams. LPU has also developed integrated programs in education stream which are innovative and approved by NCTE. Under this, three- year integrated program of B.Ed- M.Ed is also available after post graduation. It is to be noted that the degrees for all of these integrated programs will only be one instead of being separate for two integrated programs.
LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal informs: “LPU always envisions benefits for the students in one or the other way. We have started these programs as we see that an integrated program ensures a better comprehension of a chosen subject of study from a multi-dimensional perspective. For these programs students get an assured fee structure and continuing scholarship which makes fee for higher degree program same as in the year of admission for lower degree. As such, these integrated programs let students save one year of time and one year fee also.”
Some of the Integrated Programs to be covered in four years are: BCA-MCA; BBA-MBA; B Com-M Com; B Com-MBA; B Sc-M Sc in Biotechnology, Microbiology, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Physics, Mathematics, Economics; BA-MA; BA-B Ed; and B Sc-B Ed. Integrated programs in engineering like B Tech- M Tech and B Tech- MBA are to be covered in five years instead of six years.