- Innovative technical events including Bullet Train concept, Solar based Mobile Charger, Bridge making, MATLAB, Chem-Gem made students show skills in different domains
- Five-Day open global fest at LPU “Youth-Vibe 2016” concluded amid amazing mo-bike stunts
- Winners of different events got cash prizes of more than Rs 20 lakh
Five-Day open global fest “Youth-Vibe 2016” of Lovely Professional University organized 100+ technical competitive events, where students from across India and other countries participated passionately. Techno competitions were held under the title ‘Gyan Manthan’, which is a widened platform to provide students opportunities to showcase their talent in their respective academic and allied fields. During the concluding hours of the fest, LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal and Pro Chancellor Mrs Rashmi Mittal distributed cash prizes of more than Rs 20 lakh to the winners of different events. All of the participating students danced and sang together to exhibit unity in diversity and parted with a promise to meet again at Youth Vibe-2017.
Technical events including ‘bullet train concept, solar based mobile charger, bridge making, chem-gem, robo soccer, crime scene investigation, animation ad-film, MATlab, Physpark, device to device competition, fabrication of model, digital painting, verilog master ’ and more represented diverse departments, where students revealed their skills in different domains. Physpark competition included motion of a magnet, inertia and magnetic levitation. These three processes in combination describe how in a magnetic field bullet trains run fast being almost in the air above the rails. Verilog master made onlookers understand how a small looking competition for Integrated Circuits (ICs) is very useful in our lives, as each and every electronic device or appliance including watches, washing machines, televisions, mobiles and more are programmed through these only.
Side by side, hair-raising mo-bike stunts were also arranged for the entertainment of courageous participating students. Some of the first prizes worth thousands of rupees won in the non-technical events for category of choreography is by students of SJCE University of Mysore; sports quiz by Punjab University, Chandigarh; folk group dance- ‘recorded’ by LPU and ‘live’ by Khalsa College, Patiala; mehndi designing by LPU Distance Education; battle of the bands (Indian) by Chhatrapati Shahu Ji Maharaj University Kanpur, and western by Regional Centre, GNDU; mimicry / beat boxing by GNDU Amritsar; stage play by PU Chandigarh; color mixing by JD Institute of Fashion Technology Lucknow and more.